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                   October 27, 2008

Making the Same Tragic Mistakes Again and Again

by Thomas A. Droleskey

Americanism has such a hold on the minds and hearts of so many millions upon millions of Catholics all across and up and down the vast expanse of the ecclesiastical divide that it is, I must admit very candidly, truly frustrating, humanly speaking, to attempt to use simple Catholic reason to point out that it is a sinful waste of our time and money and effort to support any of the naturalists who are vying for public office in the United States of America in any given election year, including this year, 2008, and including the offices of President and Vice President of the United States of America.

One can point out repeatedly, ad nauseam and ad infinitum, the unmitigated harm that the alleged "lesser of two evils" in one election has done while in office. What happens when these facts are pointed out? Do people say, "Hey, maybe voting in the Judeo-Masonic farce that is electoral politics in the United States of America is doing the devil's work, that his anti-Incarnational agenda of naturalism gets promoted no matter who is elected"? Do people say that? No, they keep on contending that some other "lesser evil," who is just as much committed to the same naturalist evils as his predecessor in the pantheon of the "lesser of two evils" has accomplished while in office, this time around is "different," that his "greater evil" opponent is the "worst ever," that we have a "moral obligation" to vote to enable the furtherance of a "lesser amount" of naturalism. This is madness. This is insanity. This is doing the work of the devil.

As I noted in yesterday's commentary, "I Will Reign In Spite of All Who Oppose Me", it is simplistic and absolutely irresponsible for any Catholic to take refuge in Pope Pius XII's 1946 and 1948 allocutions to the priests of Rome, Italy, and his 1951 allouction to an international convention on emgiration, on the moral obligation of voting without informing Catholics in the United States of America today that that obligation hinges upon there being candidates who support the Church and her moral teaching. There are no such candidates running for President and Vice President of the United States of America today. There never have been such candidates. It is gravely wrong that any one would attempt to assert that a person is committing a Moral Sin of omission by using his Catholic reason to weigh principles and circumstances and to come to a conclusion that it is licit not to vote for candidates who reject the necessity of belief in the Incarnation of the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity made Man in Our Lady's Virginal and Immaculate Womb as foundational for personal and social order.

Such a rejection of the Incarnation of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and of His Redemptive Act on the wood of the Holy Cross as the foundation of personal order as the problems of human society, caused by Original and Actual Sins, are ameliorated by the inflowing of Sanctifying Graces into human souls through the loving hands of Our Lady, the Mediatrix of All Graces, is of the essence of Judeo-Masonry. We have zero moral obligation to further the goals of Freemasonry, no less to spend time, money and effort to promote these goals. The devil laughs at Catholics who mock Our Blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by becoming histrionic over the results of elections that turn to to his, the devil's, advantage no matter who wins. No one has any moral obligation to participate in this fraud.

Anyone who asserts that a Catholic has an moral obligation, under the penalty of Mortal Sin, mind you, to participate in the furtherance of the essence of Judeo-Masonry is badly deceiving Catholics and is leading them down the path to more and more social chaos as Catholics become more and more convinced that more and more "compromises" must be made with the Faith to prevent "this year's" Democrat Party boogeyman from getting elected.

Time and time again I meet people in fully traditional venues who are heedless--and I mean absolutely heedless--of the harm done by the Republican Party as its officials promote surgical baby-killing under certain conditions and as they support the chemical assassination of children in all circumstances here and around the world. no less the prosecution of needless, unjust wars that have taken scores of thousands of innocent human lives and wrecked the infrastructure of Iraq as people have been deprived of basic services for years on end, all in the name of American 'exceptionalism." These people do not want to know the facts, and even some true priests do not believe it is their solemn obligation before God to give their people the facts so that they can make a truly informed decision as to whether voting for naturalists of the "right" does anything other than promoting naturalism, which is of the devil.

It is nearly impossible, it appears, to convince people that the "lesser of two evils" in 2008 will continue the grave evils pursued by the "lesser of two evils" in 2000 and 2004, as I wrote in Y2K's Lesser Evil Has Brought Us Great Evils last month. Indeed, a fully traditional, true priest expressed disbelief when I mentioned in a lecture that I gave in his parish in 2007 that the administration of President George Walker Bush and Vice President Richard N. Cheney has funded the chemical assassination of preborn children by means of domestic and international "family planning" programs to the tune of millions upon millions of dollars more than the administration of now former President William Jefferson Blythe Clinton and Vice President Albert Arnold Gore, Jr. He did not want to believe it. I asked him how he could possibly tell his people that they have a moral obligation to vote to support such evil when he did not even bother to get the facts to know the extent of the evils being done by the supposedly "pro-life" and "conservative" George Walker Bush. He had no answer.

Here are the facts as I presented them in Overcoming Sentimentality on August 4, 2006:

4) Phony pro-life politicians can mouth platitudes about how "pro-life" they are as they actually support the surgical killing of innocent preborn babies in certain circumstances and as they increase funding for the chemical assassination of the preborn by means of abortifacient contraceptives. Consider the following statistics, compiled by American Life League, detailing the funding for "family planning programs during the administrations of William Jefferson Clinton/Albert Arnold Gore, Jr., and that of George Walker Bush/Richard N. Cheney:

The total amount received under the Clinton administration was $1,279,000,000.

The break down by year is:

  1. 1993- $78,900,000
  2. 1994- $158,800,000
  3. 1995- $163,100,000
  4. 1996- $171,900,000
  5. 1997- $177,500,000
  6. 1998- $165,000,000
  7. 1999- $176,500,000
  8. 2000- $187,300,000  


The largest amount received was $187,300,000 in the year 2000.

The total amount (to date) received under the Bush (II) administration is $1,235,900,000.

2001- $202,700,000

2002- $240,900,000

2003- $254,400,000

2004- $265,200,000

2005- $272,700,000

2006- data not yet in


The largest amount (to date) received was $272,700,000 in the year 2005   If the yearly amount climbs by $10 million each year (as seems to be the approximate climb) the total for the Bush administration should be about $1,809,900,000. (Bush administration's latest Title X increase


It should be pointed out that the George W. Bush administration has requested these annual increases, which have assassinated countless millions of children here and around the world. Anyone who believes at this late date that George W. Bush is "pro-life" prefers to believe in slogans and myths than to examine the truth of the situation dispassionately. Such a person permits sentimentality ("he's such a nice person, after all; he says he is pro-life") to triumph over rational thought. I have written to the point of exhaustion over the years in an attempt to point out the facts of Bush's anti-life record. So few people want to pay attention. A surrender to sentimentality and mythology is much easier, it appears, than engaging in rational thought.


Any priest who attempts to bind his parishioners under pain of Mortal Sin to vote in our fraudulent Judeo-Masonic system of naturalism without informing them of facts such as these is derelict in his duty to help them make an informed judgment as to whether there is any candidate who supports the teachings of the Church and who has the good of souls at heart. To simply reprint papal statements from 1946 and 1947 and 1948 and 1951 without explaining that one's Catholic reason still must be used to determine if they are any acceptable candidates for whom to vote is most mistaken. Such a failure leaves people in a blissful ignorance of the grip that Judeo-Masonry has on this nation and the fact that the devil's agenda of naturalism has been advanced more surely and more cleverly by a "pro-life" "conservative" (who makes "exceptions" to the binding precepts of the Fifth Commandment to begin with!) because sappy sentimentalists in the pews who live by slogans and who don't want to be confused by facts or challenged to think have believed in the delusion that all has been "well" with a "pro-lifer" in the White House.

Does it matter that John Sidney McCain III and Sarah Health Palin, who has described herself as "100% pro-contraception" and who believes in the rot of explicit classroom instruction in matters pertaining to the Sixth and Ninth Commandments accept the chemical assassinations of the preborn just as much as George Walker Bush himself? Does it matter? It better:

Posted: Thursday June 22, 2006 at 8:10 pm EST by Judie Brown

Astounding that it has taken the "left" so long to figure out the obvious, but it's true. Perhaps they don't catch on as quickly as some of us.

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney introduced a letter to the media. No ordinary letter, this one is from the Department of Health and Human Services, and is dated May 25, 2006. In the letter, John Agwunobi of the DHHS confirms [surprise!?!?!?!] that President Bush is in fact supportive of all kinds of birth control, abortive and otherwise.

The press release from Congresswoman Maloney, Finally, an Answer on Birth Control: Administration Breaks Its Silence, Affirms President's Support for Birth Control, should be not surprise. 

In fact I wonder what took Congresswoman Maloney so long. Bush has been in favor of supporting Planned Parenthood and its so-called family planning chemicals, devices, jams and jellies since he took office. Of course, the letter to Congresswoman Maloney tosses a bone to abstinence education, but gosh .... nary a word from the administration about stripping all money from family planning agencies that exist on lies, deception and adolescent ignorance.

Hello? Who said Bush was pro-life? Not me!

Judie Brown


Anyone who thinks that we have a moral obligation to enable this farce is quite mistaken.

Sadly, the priest who did not want to believe the facts that I presented in my lecture last year is far from alone.

So many Catholics across the ecclesiastical divide want to believe in the political equivalent of the tooth fairy as they listen to naturalists on the radio and watch naturalists on television blather on and on and on about the issues of the day without once referencing the true Faith or the fact that we should be totally consecrated to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary according to the formula of Saint Louis de Montfort as we seek to make reparation for our sins and for those of the whole world. These Catholics seem to believe that it does not matter that over-the-counter-sale of the "Plan B emergency contraceptive," which is an abortifacient, to women over eighteen years of age was approved by their "pro-life" president's Food and Drug Administration, which has done nothing to reverse the marketing of the human pesticide that was approved by the previous administration in September of 2000. No, nothing matters except the "emotions" of an election cycle as anger and resentment is directed at those who try to use Catholic reason to apply principles to the actual, hard facts of our situation.

It is one thing to argue that a vote in support of the material evils promoted by the McCain-Palin ticket is advisable in light of the allegedly "greater" harm posed by the ticket of Barack Hussein Obama and Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. It is quite another so assert, even if by implication, that one is morally obligated to vote for the McCain-Palin ticket.

Indeed, the very reason that the Marxist non-entity Obama and the Catholic reprobate Biden have a legitimate chance of winning is that the policies pursued by the supposedly "lesser evil" in the year 2000, George Walker Bush, have made them electable. Indeed, the policies of the Bush-Cheney administration may result in a filibuster-proof United States Senate and United States House of Representatives no matter whether Obama or McCain is in the White House on January 20, 2009, meaning that much of the hideous legislation that Barack Hussein Obama wants Congress to pass if he gets elected in eight days will be passed over a "President" McCain's veto by a filibuster-proof Congress if he, McCain, is elected instead. This reality is but the product of the fact that Catholics want to continue to believe in the madness of an electoral system in a pluralistic nation that has been enabled by apostasies of conciliarism (see Apostasy Has Consequences.)

John McCain and his wife Cindy McCain are playing the same cynical game that was played by Ronald Wilson Reagan and Nancy Reagan, the cynical game that was played by George Herbert Walker Bush and Barbara Bush, the cynical game that has been played for the last eight years by George Walker Bush and Laura Bush. What is this game? The particular Republican naturalist in the White House (or vying for the White House) protests he is "pro-life," even though he makes "exceptions" to the binding precepts of the Fifth Commandment, while his wife says that she is in favor of Roe v. Wade. No Catholic is under any obligation, no less under Mortal Sin, to enter into a voting booth to enable this cynical farce as babies now continue to be slaughtered or poisoned, both by chemical and surgical means, pretty much at the same rate as they were on January 20, 1981, and January 20, 1989, and January 20, 2001.

Consider Mrs. McCain's interview with the Columbia Broadcasting System's Katie Couric on September 3, 2008:

Yesterday during an interview with CBS’s Katie Couric, Cindy McCain said that she does not oppose a woman’s right to an abortion in the case of rape or incest — a position that differs from the Arizona senator’s running mate, Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK). Couric then asked, “Do you believe Roe v. Wade should be overturned?” Cindy McCain replied, “No.” When Couric noted, “Your husband does,” Cindy McCain said, “No, I don’t think he does.” Couric had to explain Sen. McCain’s position on abortion and Cindy McCain then agreed:

COURIC: He believes that should be overturned. That’s what he told me, and that it should go to the states.

CINDY McCAIN: Well, in that respect, yes. Yeah, it is–that–I understand what you’re saying, that is a states issue. Absolutely. Definitely.

At the end of the interview, Couric said that “we contacted the McCain campaign to clarify Cindy McCain’s position on abortion. They told us that, like Laura Bush, Mrs. McCain does not favor overturning Roe v. Wade, which guarantees the legal right to an abortion.” (Cindy McCain says Roe v. Wade should not be reversed.)


I have a moral obligation to vote for Cindy McCain's husband as the "lesser of two evils"? No, I do not. Neither does anyone else for that matter.

How sad it is is to see Catholic prelates and priests across the ecclesiastical divide tell people that they "have" to vote without even attempting to give them any facts at all about which to make informed judgments as to whether it is at all necessary to vote.

Putting aside all considerations of the moral order only for the sake of illustration, I have noted in a number of recent commentaries that only about twelve states are "in play" in this election. The results are in the "bag" in the other thirty-eight states. No one who is voting for McCain to "keep Obama out of the White House" in a state where either one is leading by significant numbers in the polls is doing any such thing. Barack Hussein Obama will win the States of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, Illinois, California, and Maryland by at least fifty-three to fifty-five percent of the popular vote (he is ahead in my native State of New York with sixty-five percent of the vote; see: Latest Poll Per State.) No one voting for McCain the naturalist in these states is doing anything but wasting his time and his vote as he falls into the same exact trap as Catholics have been falling into since the founding of this nation on false, naturalistic, anti-Incarnation, religiously indifferentist and semi-Pelagian principles.

Once again, let's try a bit of historical perspective.

President Thomas Woodrow Wilson was a virulent anti-Catholic who believed that the slaughter of Catholics by the Masonic revolutionaries in Mexico could bring about the "flowering" of the same sort of "liberal" ideas that flowed forth as a result of the bloodletting that took place during the French Revolution:

"Wilson replied [in 1915, to a Father Clement Kelley, who was a representative of James Cardinal Gibbons, the Archbishop of Baltimore, for whom Wilson had such contempt that he addressed him as Mister Gibbons]: 'I have no doubt but that the terrible things you mention have happened during the Mexican revolution. But terrible things happened also during the French revolution, perhaps more terrible things than have happened in Mexico. Nevertheless, out of that French revolution came the liberal ideas that have dominated in so many countries, including our own. I hope that out of the bloodletting in Mexico some such good yet may come.'

"Having thus instructed his caller in the benefits which must perforce accrue to mankind out of the systematic robbery, murder, torture and rape of people holding a proscribed religious conviction, the professor of politics [Wilson] suggested that Father Kelley visit Secretary of State Williams Jennings Bryan, who expressed his deepest sympathy. Obviously, the Wilson administration was committed to supporting the revolutionaries (Robert Leckie, Catholic and American, p. 274.)


Who should Catholics have voted for in 1912 when Wilson, then the Governor of New Jersey, was the Democrat Party nominee for President of the United States of America? Wilson, the anti-Catholic? Former President Theodore Roosevelt, a thirty-third degree Mason who waged a brutal war against Catholic resistance to the American occupation of The Philippines following his accession to the Presidency upon the death by assassination of William McKinley on September 14, 1901? The incumbent President, William Howard Taft, also a thirty-third degree Mason and a Unitarian, who presided over the introduction of Protestant "churches" and Masonic lodges in the thoroughly Catholic Philippines when he served as the first American "governor" there from July 4, 1901, to December 23, 1903?

Who among those three supported the teaching of the Catholic Church and had the good of souls at heart? Who? No one, that's who. Did the American bishops at that time inform their people of these truths? No. The American bishops had long before thrown in their lot with the Democrat Party, which opened its doors to the immigrant Catholics from Europe not of out any love for the Faith but out of a desire to enlarge their own voting rolls (sound familiar?).

The American bishops did the bidding of the anti-Catholic Woodrow Wilson over and over again, including forming the National Catholic War Council (which transformed itself over the years into what it is at present, the United States Conference of Catholic "Bishops," whose administrative apparatus in Washington, District of Columbia, is full of statists and supporters of perverse acts in violation of the Sixth and Ninth Commandments) to support the unjust involvement of the United States of America in the war of nationalism being fought in Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia, what is now called World War I. Did it matter to these bishops that the man who fully supported the slaughter of Catholics in Mexico wanted to dismember Catholic nations in Europe and replace them with secular, Masonic republics based on the "principles" of American exceptionalism? No, none of this mattered to the bishops. They supported the Democrat, Woodrow Wilson. After all, Catholics "have" to vote, right?

Did it matter to the American bishops that the thirty-third degree Freemason Franklin Delano Roosevelt supported policies in full violation of the Natural Law principle of subsidiarity enunciated by Pope Pius XI in Quadragesimo Anno, May 15, 1931? No. They supported him. They did his bidding for him. They even silenced the courageous Father Charles Coughlin, who was using his radio program to criticize the Freemason and statist Roosevelt, daring also to name "names" concerning who was behind the increase of the power of the Federal government of the United States of America, that is, the ancient enemies of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who adhere to the Talmud. The American bishops continued to do Roosevelt's bidding for him even though this terrible tyrant, who spied on his enemies and used government agencies to crush them as best he could, appointed a disciple of Margaret Sanger, Rexford G. Tugwell, to be the Governor of the Territory of Puerto Rico who supported a program of "voluntary" sterilization of the Puerto Rican people.

As I have noted in recent commentaries, such a listing could on and on and on.

And what do we see now? Catholics across the ecclesiastical divide latching onto the naturalistic Republican Party and enabling them as "pro-life" when they are nothing of the sort and as they fund the chemical assassination of children in the country and the world and kill scores of thousands of innocent human beings in needless, unjust wars to export the same American "exceptionalism" of Woodrow Wilson that was enabled by the Americanist bishops of his own day.

This madness must stop. Now. No one has a moral obligation, under penalty of Mortal Sin, no less, to enable the madness of naturalism with their votes. We are descending further and further into the abyss, and the way out is not be found at the ballot box. It is time to stop reaffirming people in the errors of Americanism. It is time to tell people that there is no naturalistic, electoral means to retard the evils caused by the overthrow of the Social Reign of Christ the King wrought by the Protestant Revolt and institutionalized by Judeo-Masonry. It is time to help people out of the errors of Modernity and Modernism, not to tell them that they must march into the voting booth without using their reason informed by Catholic truth and the actual facts of the circumstances we face.

Error is from the devil. He wants to infect souls with just a little bit of it. Just a little bit so that they can think themselves "faithful" while participating in a thorough operation of error. This is what the conciliarists have done with such great success. And it is what the scions of Modernity have done from the beginnings of their warfare against the Faith at the height of the Renaissance even before the Protestant Revolt.

Error must be opposed. Error must be rooted out. We must make no concessions to error whatsoever. We are creatures who must submit at all times to the Deposit of Faith that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has entrusted exclusively to the Catholic Church for its eternal safekeeping and its infallible explication. We must understand that error has no right and that error, whether it be of the naturalist "left" or of the naturalist "right,"  can never be the foundation of order within the souls of men and hence within the very lives of nations.

Father Frederick Faber made clear in The Creator and the Creature:

This forgetfulness that we are creatures, which prevails in that energetically bad portion of the world which is scriptually called the world, affects multitudes of persons, who are either less able to divest themselves of the influences of old traditions and early lessons, or are happily less possessed with the base spirit of the world. It leads them to form a sort of religion for themselves which singularly falls in with all the most corrupt propensities of our hearts: a religion which in effect teaches that we can live two lives and serve two masters. Such persons consider that religion has its own sphere, and worldly interests their sphere also, and that the one must not interfere with the other. Thus their tendency is to concentrate all the religion of the week into Sunday, and to conceive that they have thereby purchased a right to a large conscience for the rest of the week. The world, they say, has its claims and God has His claims. Both must be satisfied; God first, and most scrupulously; then the world, not less exactly, though it be indeed secondary. But it is not a "reasonable service" to neglect one for the other. God and the world are coordinate powers, coordinate fountains of moral duty and obligation. He is really the religious man who gives neither of them reason to complain. We must let our common sense hinder us from becoming over-righteous. Men who hold this doctrine, a doctrine admirably adapted for a commercial country, have a great advantage over the bolder men of whom we spoke before. For they enjoy all the practical laxity of unbelievers, without the trouble or responsibility of disbelieving; and besides that, they enjoy a certain good humor of conscience in consequence of the outward respect they pay, in due season and fitting place, to the ceremonies of religion.

Hitherto we have spoken of classes of persons in whom we take no interest, further than the sorrow which all who love God must feel at seeing Him defrauded of His honor, and all who love their fellow-men in seeing so much amiability, so much goodness, with a millstone round its neck which must inevitably sink it in the everlasting deeps. Let us come now to those with whom we are very much concerned; and for whom we have ventured to compose this little treatise. Errors filter from one class of men into another, and appear in different forms according to the new combinations into which they enter. We are all of us more affected by the errors which prevail around us than we really suppose. Almost every popular fallacy has its representative even among the children of faith; and as when a pestilence is raging, many are feeble and languid though they have no plague-spot, so  is it in matters of religion. The contagion of the world does us a mischief in many ways of which we are hardly conscious; and we often injure ourselves in our best and highest interests by views and practices, to which we cling with fatal obstinacy, little suspecting the relationship in which they stand to widely spread evils, which we behold in their naked deformity in other sections of society, and hold up to constant reprobation. The forgetfulness that we are creatures, which produces the various consequences already mentioned, is an error which is less obviously hateful than a direct forgetfulness of God, and consequently it wins its way into holy places where the other would find no admittance, or want hospitality. Good Christians hear conversations around them, catch the prevailing tone of society, read books, and become familiarized with certain fashionable principles of conduct; and it is impossible for their minds and hearts not to become imbued with the genius of all this. It is irksome to be always on our guard, and from being off our guard we soon grow to be unsuspicious. When a catholic enters into intimate dealings with protestants, he most not forget to place his sentries, and to act as if he was in an enemy's country; and this is unkindly work, and as miserable as it is unkindly. Yet so it is. When newspapers tell us that catholicism is always more reasonable and less superstitious when it is in the immediate presence of protestantism, they indicate something that they have observed, namely, a change. Now if our religion be changed by protestantism, we can have little difficulty in deciding whether it has changed for the better or the worse. All this illustrates what we mean. The prevailing errors of our time and country find their way down to us, and corrupt our faith, and lower our practice, and divide us among ourselves. This unstartling error of forgetting that we are creatures is thus not without grave influence upon conscientious catholics; and it is to this point that we are asking your attention. (Father Frederick Faber, The Creator and the Creature, written in 1856 and republished by TAN Books and Publishers in 1978, pp. 27-29.)


Catholics in the United States of America have been under the operation of a plethora of Protestant and Judeo-Masonic naturalist errors from the very beginning. They have been enabled by generation after generation of Americanist bishops, thus paving the way for conciliarism's rejection of the Social Reign of Christ the King and its embrace of the heresy of "religious liberty" that is enshrined in and flows from the falsehoods contained in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. Most sadly, Catholics today across the ecclesiastical divide are being enabled to continue to participate in this diabolical operation of error when their pastors should be equipping them with the actual facts of our situation and telling them that no Protestant or Mason or Marxist or self-described "feminist for life" who offends God greatly in her manner of dress is worth our vote under penalty of Mortal Sin.

No one stands for Christ the King in electoral politics in the United States of America, and we have no obligation under penalty of Mortal Sin to stand for them or to give them our votes, and anyone who says to the contrary is caricaturing the allocutions that Pope Pius XII gave to Catholic priests in Rome in 1946 and 1948 when the Communists were threatening to seize power electorally and when there were believing Catholics in Italy who were presenting themselves for office who did indeed have the teaching of the Church and the good of souls at heart, conditions that were attached quite specifically to a more universal injunction issued in a 1951 conference on emigration. Such has not been the case in the United States of America in the past, and it is not the case at the present time, meaning that there is no obligation under penalty of Mortal Sin to enter into voting booth on November 4, 2008, and to further the devil's cause of naturalism as He mocks Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ with our very help by being the willing dupes of the anti-Catholics who run this nation according to the falsities of its egregious, naturalistic founding principles.

Vote if you want. Believe in the tooth fairy if you want. Understand this, however: you have no moral obligation to vote in a system that continues to give us allegedly "lesser evils" who the devil uses to advance various evils while in office so as to make the supposedly "greater evils" more palatable to the public four or eight years hence.

The way out of this mess is not at the ballot box. The way of this mess is through our faithful adherence to Our Lady's Fatima Message, especially as we pray as many Rosaries each day as our states-in-life permit, as we seek to make reparation for our own sins and those of the world world as the consecrated slaves of her Divine Son, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through her Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.

Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?

Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon!

(And make sure to listen once again to Bishop Dolan's magnificent sermon, delivered yesterday, the Feast of Christ the King, at Saint Gertrude the Great Church in West Chester, Ohio: “Contempt & The Crown.)


Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!


Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, 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.

Saints Simon and Jude, pray for us.

See also: A Litany of Saints

Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?


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