Jorge Despises What Martin Luther Despised: The Ten Commandments and Moral Truth

Many have been the ideas that I have come with over the years that wind up being thought of by others in due course as a means of making what the ancients used to call an “income."

To wit, I used to write up political trivia questions for the tests that were administered to my college students as a means of amusing them after they completed taking a particular examination, and I also included some trivia about baseball and old television programming as well in those questions now and again.

That was the 1970s.

It was in the 1980s that someone who had the gift of marketing, which I lack in its entirety, came up with the game called Trivial Pursuit.

Similarly, I had gathered a collection of audio recordings, first made on a reel-to-reel tape recorder in the 1960s and earlier 1970s, of television themes that I would play for students and friends at semi-annual open houses after a semester featuring my homemade pizza, which I began making in 1967, and other items. People had fun guessing the themes. One man, who graduated from Oyster Bay High School in 1970, a year after I had graduated, said the following in 1979: "Market this stuff and you will make a million dollars."

Someone did.

It wasn't me.

It was in the 1980s that someone who had the gift of marketing, which I lack in its entirety, produced the first set of Tee Vee Toons records and audio cassettes.

Bear with me for one other example, although one that has nothing to new with money but with the ability to make a good idea become reality.

To wit, it has been a longstanding goal of mine to plaster Rome with quotations from our true popes to contrast them with those of Jorge Mario Bergoglio to demonstrate that the Argentine Apostate and his predecessors stand condemned by the constant teaching of the Catholic Church. One needs money and contacts in the Eternal City to do such a thing. I have neither.

“Hey Frankie, you have policed the Congregations, removed priests, decapitated the Order of Malta and the Franciscans of the Immaculate, ignored Cardinals… but where is your mercy?”

As found at:  (Call Me Jorge.)

Although it is unclear whether those responsible for this marvelous display of true Catholic Action recognize that each of the conciliar “popes” have been imposters bereft of any authority to govern Catholics or to speak in the name of Holy Mother Church, they are to be commended for their desire to call attention to Bergoglio’s rank, self-righteous hypocrisy of condemning those he derides as lacking “mercy” because they will not go “forward,” meaning that they refuse to enable sins of any kind, including those of heresy, blasphemy, sacrilege and apostasy.

It was on Friday, January 27, 2017, the Feast of Saint John Chrysostom, that “Pope Francis” yet again demonstrate his revulsion for those who believe that it is necessary to keep all of the Commandments perfectly:

Not taking risks, please, no… prudence…’ All the commandments, all of them… Yes, it’s true, but this paralyzes you too, it makes you forget so many graces received, it takes away memory, it takes away hope, because it doesn’t allow you to go forward. And the present of a Christian, of such a Christian, is how when one goes along the street and an unexpected rain comes, and the garment is not so good and the fabric shrinks… Confined souls… This is faintheartedness: this is the sin against memory, courage, patience, and hope. May the Lord make us grow in memory, make us grow in hope, give us courage and patience each and free us from that which is faintheartedness, being afraid of everything…  Confined souls in order to save ourselves. And Jesus says: ‘He who wills to save his life will lose it.’” (Fear of Everything--the "sin" that paralyes Christians.)

Yes, “Pope Francis” believes that those who are concerned about saving their souls will lose their life, thus twisting Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’s admonition for us not to seek to preserve our physical life and/or to seek the favor and esteem of others in order to curry favor with the world. Our Lord exhorted us to carry the cross on a daily basis, and most of those crosses simply involve the performance of our daily duties for the love of God as He has revealed Himself to us through His true Church. (For example, getting up in the morning when we want to roll over and go back to sleep; doing a chore we disdain or think that is beneath our dignity; doing our work, whatever it might be, without being prompted to do it, etc.)

Here is the context of what Our Lord taught:

[21] From that time Jesus began to shew to his disciples, that he must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things from the ancients and scribes and chief priests, and be put to death, and the third day rise again. [22] And Peter taking him, began to rebuke him, saying: Lord, be it far from thee, this shall not be unto thee. [23] Who turning, said to Peter: Go behind me, Satan, thou art a scandal unto me: because thou savourest not the things that are of God, but the things that are of men. [24] Then Jesus said to his disciples: If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. [25] For he that will save his life, shall lose it: and he that shall lose his life for my sake, shall find it.

[26] For what doth it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his own soul? Or what exchange shall a man give for his soul? [27] For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with his angels: and then will he render to every man according to his works. [28] Amen I say to you, there are some of them that stand here, that shall not taste death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom. (Matthew 16: 21-28.)

Those who seek to keep the Ten Commandments are not seeking to save their physical lives in this passing world as Saint Peter urged Our Lord to do just moments after he had received the keys of the kingdom of Heaven. Far from it. Those who, despite their own sins and failings, strive to keep the Ten Commandments as they make reparation for their sins are seeking to please the Most Blessed Trinity according to the teaching of the Beloved Disciple, Saint John the Evangelist, as follows:

[1] My little children, these things I write to you, that you may not sin. But if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the just: [2] And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for those of the whole world. [3] And by this we know that we have known him, if we keep his commandments. [4] He who saith that he knoweth him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. [5] But he that keepeth his word, in him in very deed the charity of God is perfected; and by this we know that we are in him. (1 John 2: 1-5.)

[21] Dearly beloved, if our heart do not reprehend us, we have confidence towards God: [22]And whatsoever we shall ask, we shall receive of him: because we keep his commandments, and do those things which are pleasing in his sight. [23] And this is his commandment, that we should believe in the name of his Son Jesus Christ: and love one another, as he hath given commandment unto us. [24] And he that keepeth his commandments, abideth in him, and he in him. And in this we know that he abideth in us, by the Spirit which he hath given us. (1 John 3: 21-24.)

[1] Whosoever believeth that Jesus is the Christ, is born of God. And every one that loveth him who begot, loveth him also who is born of him. [2] In this we know that we love the children of God: when we love God, and keep his commandments. [3] For this is the charity of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not heavy[4] For whatsoever is born of God, overcometh the world: and this is the victory which overcometh the world, our faith. [5] Who is he that overcometh the world, but he that believeth that Jesus is the Son of God? (1 John 5: 1-5.)

Perhaps even more to the point is the teaching of the Divine Master Himself, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ:

[19] He therefore that shall break one of these least commandments, and shall so teach men, shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven. But he that shall do and teach, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. [20] For I tell you, that unless your justice abound more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 5: 19-20.)

Bergoglio’s hatred of those who keep the Ten Commandments is just one of many things he has in common with an Augustinian monk named Father Martin Luther who he, the Argentine Apostate, believes is a “witness” to Our Lord:

“[The commandments] only purpose is to show man his impotence to do good and to teach him to despair of himself” (ref: Denifle’s Luther et Lutheranisme, Etude Faite d’apres les sources. Translation by J. Paquier (Paris, A. Picard, 1912-13), Volume III, p. 364).

We must remove the Decalogue out of sight and heart” (ref. De Wette 4, 188)

“If we allow them – the Commandments – any influence in our conscience, they become the cloak of all evil, heresies and blasphemies” (ref. Comm. ad Galat, p.310).

“It is more important to guard against good works than against sin.” (ref. Trischreden, Wittenberg Edition, Vol. VI., p. 160).  (As found at: The Thirty-Three Most Ridiculous Things Martin Luther Ever Wrote.)

This is pretty much an exact representation of what Jorge Mario Bergoglio has said repeatedly, including on Friday, January 27, 2017, at the Ding Dong School of Apostasy otherwise known as the Casa Santa Marta behind the walls (imagine that, and they even have guards there, too!) of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River.

As the words of Holy Writ quoted above prove beyond any question, the false beliefs of Bergoglio and the man he admires as a “witness” of a generic Christian “faith” are mortal enemies of Our Lord and of His true Church, thus making them mortal enemies of the souls for whom Our Divine Redeemed shed every single drop of His Most Precious Blood during His Passion and Death on the wood of the Holy Cross on Good Friday to redeem.

Pope Pius XI, writing to condemn German national socialism, which arose, of course, as the direct consequence of Martin Luther’s overthrowing of the Social Reign of Christ the King in various of the German states five hundred years ago this very year, explained that we are bound to the “conscientious observation of the Ten Commandments”:

29. It is on faith in God, preserved pure and stainless, that man's morality is based. All efforts to remove from under morality and the moral order the granite foundation of faith and to substitute for it the shifting sands of human regulations, sooner or later lead these individuals or societies to moral degradation. The fool who has said in his heart "there is no God" goes straight to moral corruption (Psalms xiii. 1), and the number of these fools who today are out to sever morality from religion, is legion. They either do not see or refuse to see that the banishment of confessional Christianity, i.e., the clear and precise notion of Christianity, from teaching and education, from the organization of social and political life, spells spiritual spoliation and degradation. No coercive power of the State, no purely human ideal, however noble and lofty it be, will ever be able to make shift of the supreme and decisive impulses generated by faith in God and Christ. If the man, who is called to the hard sacrifice of his own ego to the common good, loses the support of the eternal and the divine, that comforting and consoling faith in a God who rewards all good and punishes all evil, then the result of the majority will be, not the acceptance, but the refusal of their duty. The conscientious observation of the ten commandments of God and the precepts of the Church (which are nothing but practical specifications of rules of the Gospels) is for every one an unrivaled school of personal discipline, moral education and formation of character, a school that is exacting, but not to excess. A merciful God, who as Legislator, says -- Thou must! -- also gives by His grace the power to will and to do. To let forces of moral formation of such efficacy lie fallow, or to exclude them positively from public education, would spell religious under-feeding of a nation. To hand over the moral law to man's subjective opinion, which changes with the times, instead of anchoring it in the holy will of the eternal God and His commandments, is to open wide every door to the forces of destruction. The resulting dereliction of the eternal principles of an objective morality, which educates conscience and ennobles every department and organization of life, is a sin against the destiny of a nation, a sin whose bitter fruit will poison future generations

30. Such is the rush of present-day life that it severs from the divine foundation of Revelation, not only morality, but also the theoretical and practical rights. We are especially referring to what is called the natural law, written by the Creator's hand on the tablet of the heart (Rom. ii. 14) and which reason, not blinded by sin or passion, can easily read. It is in the light of the commands of this natural law, that all positive law, whoever be the lawgiver, can be gauged in its moral content, and hence, in the authority it wields over conscience. Human laws in flagrant contradiction with the natural law are vitiated with a taint which no force, no power can mend. In the light of this principle one must judge the axiom, that "right is common utility," a proposition which may be given a correct significance, it means that what is morally indefensible, can never contribute to the good of the people. But ancient paganism acknowledged that the axiom, to be entirely true, must be reversed and be made to say: "Nothing can be useful, if it is not at the same time morally good" (Cicero, De Off. ii. 30). Emancipated from this oral rule, the principle would in international law carry a perpetual state of war between nations; for it ignores in national life, by confusion of right and utility, the basic fact that man as a person possesses rights he holds from God, and which any collectivity must protect against denial, suppression or neglect. To overlook this truth is to forget that the real common good ultimately takes its measure from man's nature, which balances personal rights and social obligations, and from the purpose of society, established for the benefit of human nature. Society, was intended by the Creator for the full development of individual possibilities, and for the social benefits, which by a give and take process, every one can claim for his own sake and that of others. Higher and more general values, which collectivity alone can provide, also derive from the Creator for the good of man, and for the full development, natural and supernatural, and the realization of his perfection. To neglect this order is to shake the pillars on which society rests, and to compromise social tranquillity, security and existence. (Pope Pius XI, Mit Brennender Sorge, March 17, 1937.)

It is important to highlight the following sentences from the the first paragraph quoted above:

If the man, who is called to the hard sacrifice of his own ego to the common good, loses the support of the eternal and the divine, that comforting and consoling faith in a God who rewards all good and punishes all evil, then the result of the majority will be, not the acceptance, but the refusal of their duty. The conscientious observation of the ten commandments of God and the precepts of the Church (which are nothing but practical specifications of rules of the Gospels) is for every one an unrivaled school of personal discipline, moral education and formation of character, a school that is exacting, but not to excess. A merciful God, who as Legislator, says -- Thou must! -- also gives by His grace the power to will and to do. (Pope Pius XI, Mit Brennender Sorge, March 17, 1937.)

Bergoglio believes that the Ten Commandments are a "burden" to men by preventing them from going "forward," and he does not believe that God makes it possible for men to do what He has taught them, thus blaspheming God as a deceiver.

Pope Pius XI reminded us that there is a God who actually rewards the good and punishes all evil, and that the "conscientious observatoin of the ten commandments and the precepts of the Church (which are nothing but the practical specifications of rules of the Gospels) is for every one an unrivaled school of personal discipline, moral education and formation of character, a school that is exacting, but not to excess. A merciful God, who as Legisltor, says --Thou must! -- also give by His grace the power to will do so so."

The Argentine Apostate does not believe that it is possible to keep the Ten Commandments perfectly nor does he believe that it is necessary to do so. All that matters to him is "going forward," which he is doing very rapidly by throwing himself headlong into hell at the moment of his Particular Judgment if he does not repent of his errors and abjure them publicy before he dies.

Then again, it must be kept in mind that conciliarism is founded on the violation of each of the Ten Commandments, starting with the First and Second.

A simple look at just the following images from three of the "World Day of Prayer for Peace" travesties that in Assisi, Italy, will demonstrate this point in graphic terms. The images from 1986, 2011, and 2016 are the same. Only the faces of some of them have changed (apologies hereby offered to the late John Randolph Webb: "The following story you are about to see is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Alas, no one in the photographs below is "innocent.")

October 27, 1986

October 27, 1986


October 27, 2011, above.

Below, September 30, 2016

Pope Francis lights a candle during the closing ceremony of the World Day of Prayer for Peace in Assisi. - AFP















Endless other examples can be given, but time and a limited number of available gibabytes prevent me from doing so.

Suffice it say for the moment that the conciliar "popes" have taught that false religions can be instruments of peace and justice that contain within them "elements of truth and sanctification.

It is impossible for false religions to be instruments of peace or justice.

False religions can never advance the sanctification or salvation of its adherents.

False religions can never advance any notion of true justice or peace.

Two of these false religions, Mohammedanism and Talmudism, which is not the dead religion of Biblical Judaism, specifically deny the Sacred Divinity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in the most blasphemous terms in their "holy books" from the devil, which are, respectively, the Talmud and the Koran.

The Orthodox churches defect from the Catholic Faith in numerous ways, starting with a belief in Papal Primacy and Papal Infallibility and numerous other doctrines.

Each of the Protestant sects is founded on a rejection of the simple truth that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ founded but one and only one Church, the Catholic Church, upon the Rock of Saint Peter, the Pope, defecting from the true Faith in numerous other ways. Many of the "mainline" Protestant sects have lost belief in the very words of Sacred Scripture upon which their false sects were founded to "preserve," becoming little more than real-life versions of the late Clerow Wilson's "Church of What's Happening Now." Yes, obviously, the same can be said of the counterfeit church of conciliarism in many areas and especially at the de facto level of pastoral praxis.

The leaders of "other religions," including those who worship the "Great Thumb" and those who worship their ancestors and Asiatic cults of the devil (Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Shintoism--which is a made up religion in Japan to exalt that country's nationalistic myths), are simply unreconstructed pagans.

None of these people knows anything about "peace" or "justice." Each is an enemy of Christ the King. Each refuses to accept the fact that the path to world peace runs through the Immaculate Heart of Mary and her Fatima Message, and by "each" here, of course, I mean to include the leaders of the false religion who convened these abominable travesties (Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II,  Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI and Jorge Mario Bergoglio).

The conciliar revolutionaries have furthermore engaged blasphemed Our Lord and His Most Blessed Mother, invoked the "deities" of false gods, esteemed the symbols of false religions with their own hands, propagated and staged a liturgical travesty--the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service--that makes a mockery of the Third Commandment, violated the Fourth Commandment by teaching that civil states do not have any obligation to recognize the true Church or to pursue the common temporal good in light of First and Last Things, denied that the civil state has a right founded in the Natural Law to exercise the death penalty for heinous crimes or has the right to engage in just wars, undermined the Sixth and Ninth Commandments by inverting the ends proper to marriage, providing explicit classroom instruction in matters pertaining to purity and propagated a concept of "natural family planning" that breeds selfishness and narcissism (to say nothing of promoting sodomy in a variety of ways, including in so-called "sex education" programs), divinized the environment in violation of the Seventh Commandment, misrepresented Our Lord's teaching and that of the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, thereby bearing false witness in violation of the Eighth Commandment, and coveted the goods of the Catholic Church in violation of the Tenth Commandment. 

No one, no, not even the "cardinals" who are incurred the wrath of Jorge Mario Bergoglio because they dared to ask him questions about Amoris Laetitia, March 19, 2016, has kept the Ten Commandmetns inviolate as each accepts false ecumenism, the new ecclesiology, the "new Mass," episcopal collegiality, the separation of Church and State, religious liberty, "natural family planning" and the inversion of the ends of marriage as well as undermining the innocent and purity of the young by means of explicit classroom instruction in matters of holy purity. No one is "innocent" within the confines of the counterfeit church of concilarism.

As is the case in the secular world, the difference between the false opposites within the counterfeit church of conciliarism is only a matter of degree, not of substance about the basic face that the conciliar church and its premises are false, offensive to God and thus harmful to the temporal and eternal good of men. Each is, to a greater or lesser extent, a true son of Martin Luther.

True, the likes of Raymond Leo "Cardinal" Burke and the three other "cardinals" of the dubia, who are, after all, the real targets of Jorge's daily screeds at the Casa Santa Marta, believe that they are "holding the line," but this belief is a deception that is the result of their refusal to face the simple fact that their entire life's work in support of the "Second" Vatican Council and the "magisterium" of the conciliar "popes" up to the time of Bergoglio has been a lie.

Although the Feast of Saint Fidelis of Sigmarigen will not be celebrated for another seventy-six days, that is, on Monday, April 24, 2017, it is very appropriate to recall Dom Prosper Gueranger's tribute to him as it contains a very clear condemnation of all that is taught and practiced by Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his band of theological, moral and liturgical revolutionaries:

Our Risen Lord would have around him a bright phalanx of martyrs. Its privileged members belong to the different centuries of the Church’s existence. Its ranks open to-day to give welcome to a brave combatant, who won his palm, not in a contest with paganism, as those did whose feasts we have thus far kept, but in defending his mother, the Church, against her own rebellious children. They were heretics that slew this day’s martyr, and the century that was honoured with this triumph as the seventeenth.

Fidelis was worthy of his beautiful name. Neither difficulty nor menace could make him fail in his duty. During his whole life, he had but the glory and service of his divine Lord in view: and when the time came for him to face the fatal danger, he did so, calmly but fearlessly, as behooved a disciple of that Jesus who went forth to meet his enemies. Honour, then, be to-day to the brave son of St. Francis ! truly he is worthy of his seraphic Patriarch, who confronted the Saracens, was a martyr in desire !

Protestantism was established and rooted by the shedding of torrents of blood; and yet Protestants count it as a great crime that, here and there, the children of the true Church made an armed resistance against them. The heresy of the sixteenth century was the cruel and untiring persecutor of men, whose only crime was their adhesion to the old faith–the faith that had civilized the world. The so-called Reformation proclaimed liberty in matters of religion, and massacred Catholics who exercised this liberty, and prayed and believed as their ancestors had done for long ages before Luther and Calvin were born. A Catholic who gives heretics credit for sincerity when they talk about religious toleration proves the he knows nothing about the past or the present. There is a fatal instinct in error, which leads it to hate the Truth; and the true Church, by its unchangeableness, is a perpetual reproach to them that refuse to be her children. Heresy starts with an attempt to annihilate them that remain faithful; when it has grown tired of open persecution it vents its spleen in insults and calumnies; and when these do not produce the desired effect, hypocrisy comes in with its assurances of friendly forbearance. The history of Protestant Europe, during the last three centuries, confirms these statements; it also justifies us in honouring those courageous servants of God who, during that same period, have died for the ancient faith. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year.)  

Permit me to highlight two sentences quoted just above:

There is a fatal instinct in error, which leads it to hate the Truth; and the true Church, by its unchangeableness, is a perpetual reproach to them that refuse to be her children. Heresy starts with an attempt to annihilate them that remain faithful; when it has grown tired of open persecution it vents its spleen in insults and calumnies; and when these do not produce the desired effect, hypocrisy comes in with its assurances of friendly forbearance(Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year.)  

A careful reading of these sentences will reveal the exact modus operandi that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is using at the Casa Santa Marta to bludgeon and belittle the four supposed "cardinals" (and those who agree with them, of course) and the means by which he seeks to reassure Bishop Bernard Fellay, the Superior General of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (SSPX), that he, Bergoglio, can "live" with a "reconciled" SSPX in a spirit of "friendly forebearance."

Today is the Feast of Saint Romuald, to whom God granted one hundred twenty years of life, which our saint used to glorify God and to live penitentially to win souls for Him through His true Church:

The holy Abbot Romuald was the son of one Sergius, of a noble family of Ravenna. While he was still very young, he went to a neighbouring monastery at Classis to do penance. While he was there he heard a discourse by a monk, which stirred him up strongly to aim at godliness of living; and he had afterwards in the Church by night two visions in which the blessed servant of God Apollinaris foretold to him that he should become a monk himself. He accordingly did so; and soon afterwards betook himself to one Marinus, whose holy life and strict discipline were then much noised about in all the coasts of the Venetians, that he might by his teaching and guidance attain towards the hard and lofty point of perfection.

The more he was assailed by the wiles of Satan and the unkindness of men, the more did he exercise himself in lowliness, with continual fasting and prayer, and rejoice in thinking of heavenly things, with abundance of tears. And all the while he bore so bright a face as gladdened all who looked on him. He was held in great honour by princes and kings, and his counsel moved many to leave the blandishments of the world and withdraw to the desert. He had such a burning desire to obtain the crown of martyrdom that he set out for Pannonia on purpose to seek it, but, falling into sickness whenever he went forward though growing strong again whenever he drew back, he behoved to return home.

God worked miracles by him both during his life and after his death, and likewise gave him the gift of prophecy. Like the Patriarch Jacob, he saw a ladder reaching from earth to heaven, and men in white garments ascending and descending upon it, in whom he marvellously knew were represented the monks of the Camaldolese Institute, of which he was the founder. At the age of 120 years, of which he had spent 100 in serving God in great hardness, he passed into His Presence, in the year of Salvation 1027. Five years after his death his body was found incorrupt, and laid in a magnificent grave in the Church of his order at Fabriano. (Matins, The Divine Office, Feast of Saint Romuald.)

Most of us are not going to have Saint Romuald's length of years, but we can pray to Our Lady to send us the graces to love penance, including those of being brought low in the sight of men by enduring humiliation and calumny with serene acceptance of the path by which God may seek to chastise and purify us, so as to be able desire to die to self for love of her Divine Son and His true Church, yes, up to and including the point of actual martyrdom for the Holy Faith.

Entrusting ourselves as ever to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, remembering to pray as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits, may we remain steadfast in our refusal to have anything to do with even the whiff of heresy that emanates from the counterfeit church of conciliarism. Heaven cannot be obtained by making compromises with error or by being silent about it. We must call error by its proper name, not seeking to "tolerate" it in ordert to "understand" it better, no less than disparaging those who seek keep what Pope Pius XI called the "conscientious observation" of the Ten Commandments.

The conciliarists lose in the end. Christ the King will emerge triumphant once again as the fruit of the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of His Mother and our Queen, Mary Immaculate. The Church Militant will rise again from her mystical death and burial.

Keep praying. Keep sacrificing. Keep fulfilling Our Lady's Fatima Message in your own lives.

Isn't it time to pray a Rosary right now?

Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon!

Viva Cristo ReyVivat Christus Rex!

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.


Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

Saint Romuald, pray for us.