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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Guest Post: David Martin's Open Letter to President Trump on his Visit to the Vatican

May God anoint this meeting and bring blessings for the
common good of all people. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
Editor's Note:

Pope Francis will meet with President Trump on May 24th. Let us all pray that God's will be done as this meeting takes place.

According to Reuters, the pope promises to "be sincere" about their differences on subjects like immigration and climate change. Will he also be sincere about their agreement on subjects like religious freedom and abortion?

Mr. President:

If part of your objective in meeting with the pope next week is to diplomatically establish common ground in such a way that he will appreciate your immigration policy and see you as an advocate of world peace, express your appreciation of how the Catholic Church from the very beginning has always built a wall against moral corruption and built its bridge to Almighty God. Point out how this has always proved to be the path to true peace and how you are simply applying this in a political way. Thereby you will show respect for the Church he heads while providing a little nudge for him to stick to tradition from which he has been dissenting.

If it comes to it that he questions your policy, emphasize that you stand with the Church on this point, and that it is he who is diverging from his past. Point out how the Church from the first century has always guarded what is sacred, i.e. its altar, the Holy Sacrament, its teachings, its practices, and how this has always wrought the peace and well-being of all people, both within and without the Church.

Drive the point home that you likewise hold dear our Christian-American heritage, and that you, as the appointed leader of America, have a grave obligation to guard the serenity of this great nation against the brutality of U.N. driven barbarians, i.e. ISIS, Mexican drug cartels, that seek to plunder America and turn it into war-zone for their own gratification. Stress that for the good of all, you will continue to build a wall against this abuse while benevolently opening your doors to those who respect America, just as the Church has always locked its doors against Satan while bringing in only those who are humble and contrite.

The Catholic Church is not a global entity, but a spiritual one in keeping with Christ's words, "My Kingdom is not of this world." (John 18:36) As such, the pope should not be assisting U.N. globalists in their quest to subjugate the Church to a borderless one-world government run by an internationalist elite. It is hoped that your steadfastness in guarding what is treasured will provide a lesson or two for him, while at the same time eliciting his blessing.

Godspeed, and may the Queen of Heaven guide you in your journey!

David Martin