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He carried with him a secular priest to attend to the spiritual wants of the Catholic colonists, and also a Protestant minister to supply those of the Protestant members of the expedition.In this act Sir George gave practical evidence of his recognition and acceptance of the principle of religious freedom and of the rights of conscience, of which his son Cecilius was to be so illustrious and shining a supporter.The question was only raised as to the grant of Maryland, and that solely and avowedly because it was a grant to a Catholic nobleman for the purpose of establishing a Catholic colony.

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Other totals are: Baptists, 30,928; Disciples, or Christians, 2984; Dunkers, 4450; Friends, 2079; German Evangelicals, 8343; Lutheran bodies, 32,246; Methodists, 137,156; Presbyterians, 17,895; Reformed Presbyterians, 13,461; United Brethren, 6541.The total number of church edifices reported was 2814, with a seating capacity of 810,701 and a valuation of ,765,172."On 25 March, 1634", says the Jesuit Father Andrew White, in his "Relatio Itineris in Marylandiam", or "Narrative of the Voyage of The Ark and The Dove ", "we celebrated Mass for the first time in the island (St. This had never been done before in this part of the world", and it was the beginning of the Maryland colony.The grantee appointed the governor and all the civil and military officers of the province. He had power of life and death over the inhabitants as regards punishments for crime.He could erect manors, the grantees of which enjoyed all the rights and privileges belonging to that kind of estate in England. He could confer titles of honour and thus establish a colonial aristocracy.] The charter also contained the most comprehensive grant of civil and political authority and jurisdiction that ever emanated from the English Crown.