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March 9, 2013


About To Elect A Schnook For All The Conciliar People

by Thomas A. Droleskey

Vote early, vote often.

The conciliar revolutionaries will start their conclave to elect the next Universal Public Face of Apostasy on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, the Feast of Pope Saint Gregory the Great (see Advice To Shepherds, Advice To Us All about the life of this sainted pontiff). All of the talking and talk about all of the talking will cease when the apostate "cardinals" enter into the Sistine Chapel to commence the voting process three days from now. Well, the talking and the talk about talking ends only in the Sistine Chapel as the apostates can gab to each other in the Casa Santa Marta after the voting sessions.

There should be no mystery as to what the next false "pontiff" will believe as he will believe in apostasy.

He will commit liturgical outrages, starting with the daily staging of the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service.

He will engage in the madness known as "interreligious dialogue." 

He will give "joint blessings" with representatives of other false religions.

He will support "religious liberty" and "separation of Church and State."

He will be a globetrotter who will hold "papal" extravaganza liturgies galore.

He will make warfare upon the nature of dogmatic truth.

And he will do all of these things while claiming that the "Second" Vatican Council and the "magisterium" of the conciliar "popes" do not represent any kind of rupture with the immutable teaching that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ entrusted in the Sacred Deposit of Faith to Holy Mother Church for Its infallible explication and eternal safekeeping.

It's sort of like this, wow, ya know what I mean?

That is, the farce of elections around the world in the civil realm, including here in the United States of America, features competing sets of naturalists who, despite their differences on the specific sort of naturalism that should prevail at any given time, do not believe that men need the sanctifying helps, the teaching offices and the discipline of Holy Mother Church in order to realize order in their own lives individually or in the nations collectively. All naturalists, no matter whether they belong to the false opposite of the "left" or of the "right," will promote naturalism once in office. That is something that I have hammered home on this site repeatedly. Yet it is that most Catholics seem to miss the point, getting agitated so needlessly by each sideshow from the devil known as election cycles. Well, maybe they don't access this site regularly, do you think? (Look, I may be living in the Midwest. However, I am a New Yorker. I try to poke fun at the simple truth that this website has little "visibility" in cyberspace.) Naturalism, which is of the devil, is the only "winner" in the farce of elections in the civil realm.

This calls to mind a campaign poster we saw plastered all over Garden Grove, California, in 2004 as a Democratic Party candidate for the California State Assembly, Al Snook, advertised himself as "Snook For All The People." Snook lost. However, schnooks always win in the farces that are elections.

Similarly, the specific identity of the apostate schnook chosen by his brother apostate schnooks next week will differ from others only in a matter of degrees. As noted in other recent articles, there is even a some possibility, perhaps even probability given what has been expressed outside of the "general congregation" meetings that have been held this past week for a successor to His Apostateness, Benedict XVI, Antipope Emeritus, that the next conciliar "pope" will be a layman, one who was installed in the conciliar presbyterate and not ordained as a Catholic priest. The identity will matter only in the flavor of the conciliar brand, not in its essential ingredients.

One can be grateful that the Lenten sideshow provided by the announcement on Monday, February 11, 2013, the Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady of Lourdes,  of the resignation of Joseph Ratzinger as "Pope" Benedict XVI effective at 8:00 p.m. Rome time, February 28, 2013, will end reasonably soon. All of the auditioning, all of the posturing, all of the backstabbing, all of the nonstop reporting and guesswork on the part of the over five thousand journalists who have descended upon Rome to cover this sideshow will come to an end, although there will be yet another week thereafter of initial meetings and allocutions culminating in the new antipope's installation ceremony. Then we will have to deal with the new antipope's regular outpouring of garden-variety conciliarism that he gift wraps for us in own idiosyncratic manner.

None of the guesswork being bandied about right now means much of anything. Various articles on this site have noted those who are self-promoters (Peter Turkson and Odilo Scherer). However, although I still think it very unlikely, some of the talk is centering on, believe it not, New York's only "happy bishop" by way of St. Louis, Missouri, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Timothy Michael Dolan, who has been featured in numerous articles on this site, including, among others, Timmy's In The Well (Of Americanism, That Is), Making Everyone Happy Except God, Unhappy Is The "Happy" "Bishop", Whatever You Want,   Ominous Offenders Offending Ominously, Memo To David Axelrod And Other Social Engineers, John Carroll's Caesar, Victims of Compromise, Taking A Figure Of Antichrist At His Worthless Words, Prisoners Of Their Own Apostasy, Timothy Dolan, Meet Timothy Dolan (And Friends), Still Celebrating Half A Century Of Apostasy, Candidate For Man Of The Year?, From John Carroll To James Gibbons To Timothy Dolan, To Help The Children, Fake, Phony, Sanctimonious Fraud, Happy As A Stuffed Clam With Himself, Impossible To Fight Moral Evils With Blasphemy And Error, Still Trying to Make Everyone Happy Except God Himself, Just Another Ordinary Outrage Permitted by a Conciliar "Ordinary"Forty Years of Emboldening, Appeasing, and Enabling Killers, part two, Auditioning To Be The Next Universal Face of Apostasy and "You're Not Supposed To Do This").

Vaticanista Sandro Magister, whose predictions in his Vatican Insider column at La Stampa prior to the 2005 conclave that chose Joseph Ratzinger to succeed Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II proved to be very wrong (I would run into Signore Magister now and again  when visiting in Rome during my Wanderer days in the 1990s as I had a "press pass" that permitted me access to the Vatican Press Office, exchanging nothing more than an attempt at a greeting that went unacknowledged). Magister is also in just as much a state of delusion about the "luminous magisterium" of "Pope" Benedict XVI as is Dr. Robert Moynihan of Inside the Vatican, who has pined openly for a deadlocked conclave to call His Apostateness out of retirement and back into the Apostolic Palace (see A Living Stone) and a conciliar "conservative named Christopher Manion, who is openly speculating on whether there will be a Saint Benedict XVI. To Dr. Moynihan and Messrs. Magister and Manion, may I suggest a thorough reading of Mister Asteroid Is Looking Pretty Good Right About Now, Living In Fantasyland To The Very End, part one, Living In Fantasyland To The Very End, part two, Living In Fantasyland To The Very End, part three, Living In Fantasyland To The Very End, part four and Proud Of His Blasphemy And Of His Blaspheming Mentor? Get a dose of reality, fellas.

Undaunted by his very fallible "analysis" in 2005, Sandro Magister is analyzing the current vacancy in the counterfeit church of concilairism, concluding that it is possible that, yes, believe it or not, Timothy Michael Dolan stands a chance of being selected as Ratzinger/Benedict's successor. No, this is not satire. I am not making this one up, folks:

ROME, March 7, 2013 – The easiest bet is that the next pope will not be Italian. But not European, African, or Asian ether. For the first time in the bimillennial history of the Church, the successor of Peter could come from the Americas. Or to hazard a more targeted prediction: from the Big Apple.

Timothy Michael Dolan, archbishop of New York, 63, is a larger-than-life man from the Midwest with a radiant smile and overflowing vigor, precisely that “vigor of both body and mind” which Joseph Ratzinger recognized he had lost and defined as necessary for his successor, for the sake of properly “governing the barque of Peter and proclaiming the Gospel.”

In Benedict XVI's act of resignation there was found already the title of the program of the future pope. And many cardinals were quickly reminded of the visionary vivacity with which Dolan developed precisely this theme, with his “primordial” Italian, his words, but scintillating, at the consistory one year ago, when he himself, the archbishop of New York, was preparing to receive the scarlet. . . .

But the fracture remained intact. On one side the feudal lords of the curia, in strenuous defense of their respective centers of power. On the other the oecumene of a Church that no longer tolerates that the proclamation of the Gospel in the world and the luminous magisterium of Pope Benedict should be obscured by the pitiful chronicles of the Roman Babylon.

It is the same fracture that characterizes the imminent conclave. Dolan is the consummate candidate who represents the impulse in the direction of purification. Not the only one, but certainly the most representative and audacious.

On the opposite side, however, the magnates of the curia are closing ranks and counterattacking. They are not pushing forward one of their own, knowing that in this way the game would be lost from the start. They are sniffing the wind that blows in the college of cardinals and are themselves pointing far from Rome, across the Atlantic, not to the north but to the south of America.

They are looking to São Paulo, Brazil, where there is a cardinal born from German immigrants, Odilo Pedro Scherer, 64, who is well known in the curia, who was in Rome for years in the service of Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re when he was prefect of the congregation for bishops, and who today is part of the cardinalate council of supervision over the IOR, the Vatican “bank,” reconfirmed a few days ago with Bertone as its president.

Scherer is the perfect candidate for this maneuver, completely Roman and curial. It doesn't matter that he is not popular in Brazil, not even among the bishops, who when called to elect the president of their conference two years ago rejected him without appeal. Nor that he does not shine as archbishop of the great São Paulo, the economic capital of the country.

The important thing for the curial magnates is that he is docile and bland. The progressive halo that envelops his candidacy is of purely geographic derivation, but it too serves to ignite in some naïve cardinals the boast of electing the “first Latin American pope.”

As in the conclave of 2005 the votes of the curials and of the supporters of Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini converged together upon the Argentine Jorge Bergoglio, in a failed attempt to block the election of Ratzinger, this time as well a similar marriage could take place. Curials and progressives united around the name of Scherer, with the little that remains of the ex-Martinians, from Roger Mahony to Godfried Danneels, both under fire for their lax conduct in the scandal of pedophile priests.

The pope who pleases the curials and progressives is by definition weak. He pleases the former because he leaves them alone. And the latter because he makes room for their dream of a “democratic” Church, governed “from below.”

It should come as no surprise that an outspoken representative of worldwide progressive Catholicism, the historian Alberto Meloni, should have expressed the hope in “Corriere Della Sera” of February 25 that from the next conclave there should emerge not a “sheriff pope” but a "pastor pope,” should have scoffed at Cardinal Dolan and indicated precisely in four magnates of the curia the cardinals who in his judgment are most “capable of understanding the reality” and of determining “the effective result of the conclave”: the Italians Giovanni Battista Re, Giuseppe Bertello, Ferdinando Filoni, "and obviously Tarcisio Bertone".

That is, precisely the ones who are orchestrating the Scherer operation. To these four should be added the Argentine member of the curia Leonardo Sandri, who is rumored to be the next secretary of state.

For a curia constituted in this way, the mere hypothesis of the election of Dolan is fraught with terror. But Dolan as pope would also shake up that Church made up of bishops, priests, faithful who have never accepted the magisterium of Benedict XVI, his energetic return to the articles of the “Credo,” to the fundamentals of the Christian faith, to the sense of mystery in the liturgy.

Dolan is, in doctrine, a dyed-in-the-wool Ratzingerian, and moreover with the gift of being a great communicator. But he is also this in his vision of man and of the world. And in the public role that the Church is called to carry out in society.

In the United States, he is at the head of that team of “affirmative” bishops who have marked the rebirth of the Catholic Church after decades of subjection to the dominant culture and of yielding to the spread of scandal.

In Europe and in North America, the regions of most ancient but declining Christianity, there does not exist today a Church more vital and resurgent than that of the United States. And also more free and critical with respect to worldly powers. The taboo has vanished of an American Catholic Church that identifies itself with the primary global superpower and therefore can never produce a pope.

On the contrary, what is astonishing about this conclave is that the United States offers not one, but even two true "papabili." Because in addition to Dolan there is the archbishop of Boston, Sean Patrick O'Malley, 69, with the robe and beard of the worthy Capuchin friar.

His belonging to the humble order of St. Francis is not an obstacle to the papacy, nor is it without illustrious precedents, because the great Julius II, the pope of Michelangelo and Raphael, was also a Franciscan.

But what matters most is that Dolan and O'Malley are not two candidates opposed to one another. The vote of the one could converge upon the other, if necessary, because both are bearers of a single plan.

With respect to Dolan, O'Malley has a less resolute profile as far as management abilities are concerned. And this could make him more acceptable to some cardinals, allowing him to cross the decisive threshold of two thirds of the votes, 77 out of 115, that could instead be withheld from the more energetic, and therefore much more feared, archbishop of New York. (An American in Rome, Bound for the Chair of Peter.)


National Catholic Reporter's John Allen took note of Magister's March 7, 2013, article in his own column, making the following observations about Timothy Michael Dolan:

Veteran Italian writer Sandro Magister has offered a major plug for the candidacy of Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York as the next pope, styling him as the great hope of non-Roman cardinals who want to break the grip of "the feudal lords of the curia."

Magister upsets conventional wisdom by suggesting Dolan is actually a stronger runner than his fellow North American, Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, who usually finishes much nearer the top of candidate handicapping lists.

He also suggests that the candidacy of Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer of Brazil is being floated by the Vatican's old guard, who, Magister asserts, see him as "docile and bland." In part, the analysis is based on the fact that Scherer served in the Congregation for Bishops from 1994 to 2001 under Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re, a consummate Vatican insider and presumably one of those "feudal lords" Magister had in mind.

Magister includes all the usual qualifications about this being a wide-open race, noting that Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston is also a plausible American candidate, but he closes by predicting Dolan could get "quite a few" votes on the first ballot.

Magister's piece doesn't cite sources, and much of it is analysis rather than reporting. Still, there continues to be a drumbeat around Dolan that can't be ignored. Several days ago, word went around in journalistic circles that Cardinal Camillo Ruini, the still-powerful former president of the Italian bishops' conference, was telling people Dolan was his "dream" candidate.

For now, the conventional wisdom remains that the boisterous Dolan may be a bit too American to be elected. There's also concern in some quarters that the force of his personality would inevitably overshadow everyone else.

As one church-watcher put it: "If Dolan is elected, the other 5,000 bishops of the world might as well take the next 15 years off, because they'll never be seen or heard from again." (A Dolan boost, the SNAP effect, and Vatileaks.)


That last quote, my good and few readers, is what you can call a "money quote." It's superb. It captures Dolan to a fare thee well.


As to Sandro Magister's basic premise, though, it should be noted Vatican intrigue is not unique to the spiritual robber barons of concilairism, of course. Some historians believe that seven reigning popes have been murdered, as opposed to those who have been martyred. Much intrigue, of course, surrounded the death of Albino Luciani/John Paul I on September 28, 1978, especially after stories surface that he intended to reform the corrupt practices of the Vatican bank that was being managed by "Bishop" Paul Marcinkus, who is alleged to have had ties to organized crime in the United States of America and in Italy. Murder, however, is really the least of Vatican intrigues as the jockeying for power and influence that goes on inside the walls of the Vatican is one of the few "traditions" of the Catholic Church that have been maintained by the conciliar revolutionaries.

Thus it is that while Sandro Magister's guess about Timothy Dolan or the enabler of the Kennedys and other pro-abortion politicians, Sean O'Malley, O.F.M., Cap., may be off base, his basic premise of an attempt on the part of the conciliar curia in the Occupy Vatican Movement to thwart the candidacy of anyone seen as a threat to their hegemony is very legitimate.

For what it is worth--and it may not be very much, obviously, my own sense of the situation in Rome now is that there is a push on the part of some of the apostate "cardinals" to break that hegemony and to overhaul the dysfunctional operations of the Vatican that have been thrown into public light because of the Vatileaks scandal, which involves far more people, it is claimed now, than former "papal" butler Paolo Gabriele (see Mole Warns of More 'VatiLeaks' Revelations.) None of those concerned about the governance of the conciliar church, however, are the least bit concerned about reforming themselves, that is, of abjuring the apostasies that they have advanced, the blasphemies that they have uttered and the sacrileges that they have committed in order to rejoin the Catholic Church and to spend the rest of their lives making reparation for their sins.

Also drawing some interest in some circles is the conciliar "archbishop" of Manila, The Philippines, Luis Antonio Tagle, who would appear to be the so-called "Catholic Charismatic Movement's" man-of-the-hour (see AFFCPC Conference Programs).

Tagle, who is fifty-five years old, was a member of what is called the "School of Bologna" movement that views the "Second" Vatican Council in a favorable light as what we to know it to be in truth, a rupture with the teaching and pastoral praxis of the Catholic Church. That is, Tagle believed, at least before he started to tap dance a bit around the matter after being made a conciliar "cardinal on November 24, 2012, the Feast of Saint John of the Cross and the Commemoration of Saint Chrysogonus. After all, the man who elevated him to the conciliar college of non-cardinals, Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI uses his philosophically absurd and dogmatically condemned "hermeneutic of continuity" to contend that there has been no such rupture (see Conciliarism and Catholicism, part one and Conciliarism and Catholicism, part two).

Here's the proof that Luis Antonio Tagle was deeply involved in the the "School of Bologna:"

VATICAN CITY, November 14, 2011 – Word is going around at the Vatican that in February of 2012, there could be a new consistory for the creation of new cardinals, the fourth in the pontificate of Benedict XVI.

The selection of new cardinals is a strictly reserved for the pope. But large and small maneuvers in an attempt to sneak into this extremely private decision-making process are never lacking. This time is no exception.

One glaring example is that of the historian Alberto Melloni, leader of the famous historiographical school of Bologna that produced the world's most widely read history of Vatican Council II, interpreted as a rupture and "new beginning" with respect to the previous era of the Church. . . .

Meanwhile, however, a true pupil of the school of Bologna, a non-Italian, is already in "pole position" to be made a cardinal at the next consistory.

He is Luis Antonio Tagle), 54, appointed last October 13 as the archbishop of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, one of the two cardinal dioceses of the most Catholic country in Asia.

Manila has been a cardinal see since 1960, while the other, Cebu, has been one since 1969. At the present time, however, after the dismemberment of the archdiocese of Manila in 2002, Cebu tops Manila in terms of population (4.1 million versus 3.3),  number of Catholics (3.6 million versus 2.9), number of secular clergy (326 versus 299), number of religious (1,244 versus 1,000), and above all in terms of the number of seminarians (234 versus 66) and baptisms last year (126,000 versus 67,000), while the capital retains the primacy in religious clergy (353 versus 278). The data are from the 2011 edition of the Annuario Pontificio.

But let's get back to Archbishop Tagle, who, as soon as he was appointed to Manila, was immediately honored with the title of "new papal contender" by vaticanista John L. Allen of the progressive American weekly "National Catholic Reporter."

It was Allen himself who emphasized how Tagle, after being a student of the theologian Joseph Komonchak of the Catholic University of America, joined the team of scholars put to work by Alberto Melloni and his mentor, Giuseppe Alberigo – both disciples and successors of Fr. Giuseppe Dossetti – on their controversial history of the Council. In the fourth volume of this history, published in 1999 and dedicated to the turbulent conciliar period of the autumn of 1964, it is Tagle who signs the key chapter, the one dedicated to the "storm in November: the black week."

The candidacy for the new archbishop of Manila was discussed at the Vatican by the cardinals and bishops of the congregation for bishops at their meeting on Thursday, September 22.

At this meeting, Tagle, who had been the bishop of Imus since 2001 and was already the first of three candidates for Manila, was preselected over the second contender, Socrates Buenaventura Villegas, the archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan since 2009 and previously the personal secretary of Cardinal Jaime Sin, a protagonist of the peaceful revolution that led to the downfall of the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos in 1986.

Benedict XVI confirmed the selection, and promoted Tagle to Manila.

In commenting on the appointment of his pupil, Komonchak, the editor of the American edition of the history of Vatican II produced by the school of Bologna, deduced from this with satisfaction that having worked on this history "is not enough to make oneself entirely 'persona non grata' in the Vatican."

The "Philippine Daily Inquirer" wrote that the connection between Tagle and the liberal school of Bologna "makes his appointment more intriguing," because Benedict XVI "is known for his conservative views on Catholic doctrine."

The strange thing is that the cardinals and bishops who considered Tagle's candidacy found out about this connection with the school of Bologna only after the publication of the appointment.

In fact, in the customarily ponderous documentation – called the "ponenza" – given to them on each candidate, this aspect of Tagle's biography, effectively "intriguing" and ecclesiastically of great weight, was nowhere to be found. (Vatican Diary: The school of Bologna is getting the purple.)


Not everyone in the counterfeit church of conciliarism has bought into the antipope emeritus's "hermeneutic of continuity," recognizing the "Second" Vatican Council for what it it was, a rupture from the teaching, liturgy and pastoral praxis of the Catholic Church. Luis Antonio Tagle has said in recent months that he does not view that false council as a rupture, which is somewhat akin to the current United States Secretary of State John F. Kerry saying he had voted for funding for the Iraq War before he voted against it (something that came after he had made it clear throughout 2002 that he supported then President George Walker Bush's madness of proposing an invasion of Iraq to effect regime change against Saddam Hussein). Ambition does make a man do strange things.

Obviously, this is all farce.

Joseph Ratzinger did not have a "luminous magisterium" and the only thing that is "conservative" about him is that he used his false "pontificate" to conserve and institutionalize his "hermeneutic of continuity" as the means to view the "Second" Vatican Council and the magisterium of the conciliar "popes.


Just utter and complete madness.

Perhaps even "March Madness," if you consider the phrase for a moment.

Well, the hour is late.

The votes will start being taken on Tuesday afternoon, Eastern time in the United States of America. The conciliarists will soon give us a schnook for all the people.

Whether black smoke or white smoke, the plain truth is that the men who assemble in the Sistine Chapel on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, the Feast of Pope Saint Gregory the Great, are smokin' their own dope about the falsehoods that they have been taught and have evangelized with such great fervor. None of them possesses the Catholic Faith. Each is thus an enemy of Christ the King and of the souls He redeemed by the shedding of every single drop of His Most Precious Blood on the wood of the Holy Cross on Good Friday.

We must do penance during this season of Lent, remembering that we are living in a period of chastisement that we richly deserve by means of ours sins. And to this end we have the great model of penance whose feast we celebrate today, Saint Frances of Rome. May we make our own this prayer composed by Dom Prosper Gueranger to her ask for her intercession:

O Frances, sublime model of every virtue! thou wast the glory of Christian Rome, and the ornament of thy sex. How insignificant are the pagan heroines old compared with thee! Thy fidelity to the duties of thy state and all thy saintly actions, had God for their one single end and motive. The world looked on thee with amazement, as though heaven had lent one of its angels to this earth. Humility and penance put such energy into they soul, that every trail was met and mastered. Thy love for those whom God Himself had given thee, thy calm resignation and interior joy under tribulation, thy simple and generous charity, to every neighbour--all was evidence of God's dwelling within thy soul. Thy seeing and conversing with thy angel guardian, and the wonderful revelations granted thee of the secrets of the other world, how much these favours tell us of thy merits! Nature suspended her laws at thy bidding; she was subservient to thee, as to one that was already face to face with the sovereign Master, and had the power to command. We admire these privileges and gifts granted thee by our Lord; and now beseech thee to have pity on us, who are so far from being in that path, in which thou didst so perseveringly walk. Pray for us, that we may be Christians, practically and earnestly; that we may cease to love the world and its vanities; that we may courageously take up the yoke of our Lord, and do penance; that we may give up our pride; that we may be patient and firm under temptation. Such was thy influence with our heavenly Father, that thou hadst but to pray, and a vine produced the richest clusters of fruit, even in the midst of winter. Our Jesus calls wine of His divine love, which His cross has so richly prepared for us. When we remember how frequently thou didst Him to let thee suffer, and accept thy sufferings for poor sinners, we feel encouraged to ask thee to offer thy merits to Him for us. Pray, too, for Rome, thy native city, that her people may be stanch to the faith, edifying by holiness of life, and loyal to the Church. May thy powerful intercession bring blessings on the faithful throughout the world, and to their number, and make them fervent as were our fathers of old. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, The Liturgical Year, Septuagesima--Volume 4, pp. 341-343.)


We ask Saint Frances of Rome to make us love suffering, including the sufferings required of us in this time of apostasy and betrayal, so that we can give whatever merit we earn from the patient and loving endurance of each cross that is sent our way to the throne of the Most Blessed Trinity through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, praying as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits.


Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon!

Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, 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.

Saint Frances of Rome, pray for us.

See also: A Litany of Saints



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