"When the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, Catholics made up only one percent of the total population of the thirteen colonies, which were predominately protestant" (Sandoval). With lack of religious followers, George Calvert found the state of Maryland for a safe haven where Catholics could live without fear of persecution for their religious beliefs... displayed 300 characters
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Following shortly the first U.S. bishop John Carroll was appointed by the Pope as bishop of Baltimore in 1789. The Pope also designated Baltimore the first Catholic diocese in America. In 1850, millions of Irish and other European Catholics began a massive migration from their home lands to the United States, because of a potato famine and other catastrophic events affecting their countries... displayed next 300 characters
The Declaration of Independence, written by the representatives of each of the 13 British colonies that existed, and signed by president John Hancock on July 4th 1776, is a document that has been published to insist on the colonies' human rights by showing that the British empire had caused their suffering by not treating them respectfully and with enough decency and so forced them to declare their independence...
So in a way, they had no choice but to declare independence from Great Britain.
This piece of writing is so significant to America, because it is the philosophy found in this declaration that established our nation today...
Once a fair draft was complete, it was submitted to the entire committee,
and then to Congress.
This version of the Declaration was accepted by Congress for consideration, and on July 1, 1776, Congress gathered once again...
Here Jefferson writes that the
King of Great Britain "is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations."
He reminds the reader that the King has refused to allow the Governors to
pass important laws "necessary for the public good," obstru cted the
administration and that the king is sending over large armies to "complete
the works of death...
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