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Alberto Rivera
[Alberto Rivera]
www.chick.com
September 19, 1935 (?) - June 20, 1997
"Father" Rivera wrote, and inspired, a number of comic books for Jack T. Chick publications in the 1970s and 1980s. A tireless lecturer against what he perceived to be the evils of Roman Catholicism, he also attacked Freemasonry as being satanic and anti-christian.
"Rivera’s claim to be a former priest, bishop, and intelligence agent for the Roman Catholic hierarchy [is] a complete falsehood."1
The Christian Research Institute, founded by the late Dr. Walter Martin, and Christianity Today, founded by Billy Graham, have demonstrated that Rivera was never a priest and has never offered any proof for his allegations

1. "The Alberto Story," Gary Metz. Cornerstone, vol. 9, no. 53, 1981, pp. 29-31. Cornerstone Magazine, 939 W. Wilson, Chicago IL 60640, USA. See Christianity Today, March 13, 1981 ; "Alberto Rivera Is He For Real?", The Quarterly Journal Vol 2, No 2, Personal Freedom Outreach, P.O. Box 26062, Saint Louis, MO 63136-0062.
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