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Monday, May 11, 2020

Random Thoughts for Monday Morning

  • How many deaths are happening, not because of the virus, but because of the lockdown? Joseph Ferrara is one. Read about it and weep. This 96-year-old died because he lost the advocacy of his family. How many other vulnerable elderly met (and are meeting) the same fate?
Joseph Ferrara, Requiescat in Pace
  • I've been thinking about the mark of the beast. (Heck, when you feel like you are in the end times, that thought is inevitable.) It's pretty obvious that the end game of Fauci, Gates, and many of the tyrants in government is mandatory vaccination. Meanwhile, many vaccines in development are made from the stem lines of aborted babies. Think of it? What would be Satan's greatest triumph, the "mark" of his diabolical rule on earth? Simple! Make everyone in the world complicit in the murder of the innocent. That injection site would certainly qualify as the "mark of the beast" in my mind. There is no way I will ever voluntarily submit to a vaccine made from the stem lines of murdered babies. I have no doubt, however, that the tyrants will have plenty of brownshirts to hold you down while they forcibly inject you.
  • At Fatima, Mary told the children that unless the pope and the bishops of the world consecrated Russia to her Immaculate Heart, "she will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The good will be martyred, the Holy Father will have much to suffer, and various nations will be annihilated." Some argue that the consecration took place. I beg to differ. And as we see the Communist Chinese having a worldwide impact with the virus let's consider how Chinese Communism came to power -- a gift to the world from Joseph Stalin. Have you seen any period of peace? Sorry folks, I don't see the evidence that the consecration was performed.
How Stalin Elevated the Chinese Communist Party to Power in Xinjiang in 1949

  • We're on the verge of a Communist takeover in the U.S. Young Americans love socialism (and many older Americans as well). If the socialists (the polite name for communists) take over all three branches of government, the tyranny we've been experiencing the past few months will look like a picnic! The upshot is -- we all need to take seriously the motto of the monks: ora et labora. Pray and work. And that work involves fighting -- first with the weapons of the Eucharist and the rosary. Remember St. John Bosco's dream? After that we can fight the political battles in our local communities. That's where it starts. If Christians withdraw from politics, who do you think will own the field of battle? 
Don Bosco's dream
And now I'm going to get ready for church. We still don't have Mass, but every day my husband and I are in front of the tabernacle at 8:30 to pray the Mass in the Magnificat. We pray for the Church, the world, our family, and for you, friends. Christ is our hope and our salvation. There is no victory without the cross and we're sure seeing plenty of Romans these days with crosses, scourges, thorns and nails. Let's pray without ceasing.

Lord, have mercy on us. Christ hear us, Christ graciously hear us. Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us. 

Let us never give into discouragement. GOD WINS EVERY TIME!

1 comment:

Bernadette and Mike said...

You forgot to add - "brown shirts - paid for by our tax dollars".
Here is a House Resolution for such an event:
Yes - let us make spiritual communions and pray our Rosary. God bless!