On Radical Traditionalism

 
 
Some people are reporting that this blog appears as white text on the tan background. That is a problem with your browser. Update or switch to another browser, such as Firefox.
 

THERE is no question that a post-Vatican II revolution of “progressives” has wreaked havoc in the Church, ultimately levelling entire religious orders, church architecture, music and Catholic culture – manifestly witnessed in all things surrounding the Liturgy. I have written much about the damage to the Mass as it emerged after the Second Vatican Council (see Weaponizing the Mass). I have heard first-hand accounts of how “reformers” entered into parishes late at night, white-washing iconography, smashing statues, and taking a chainsaw to ornate high altars. In their place, a simple altar covered in a white cloth was left standing in the middle of the sanctuary — to the horror of many churchgoers at the next Mass. “What the Communists did in our churches by force,” immigrants from Russia and Poland have said to me, “is what you’re doing yourselves!”Continue reading

Ask, Seek, and Knock

 

Ask and it will be given to you;
seek and you will find;
knock and the door will be opened to you…
If you then, who are wicked,
know how to give good gifts to your children,
how much more will your heavenly Father
give good things to those who ask him.
(Matt 7:7-11)


Recently, the writings of Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta have been cast into doubt, if not slanderously attacked, by certain radical traditionalists.[1]cf. Luisa Attacked Again; One claim is that Luisa’s writings are “pornographic” because of symbolic imagery, for example, of Luisa “suckling” at the breast of Christ. However, this is the very mystical language of Scripture itself: You shall suck the milk of nations, and be nursed at royal breasts… That you may drink with delight at her abundant breasts!… As a mother comforts her child, so I will comfort you…” (Isaiah 60:16, 66:11-13) There was also a leaked private communique between the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith and a bishop that appears to have suspended her Cause while the Korean bishops issued a negative but strange ruling.[2]see Is Luisa Piccarreta’s Cause Suspended? However, the official position of the Church on the writings of this Servant of God remains one of “approval” as her writings bear the proper ecclesial seals, which have not been revoked by the Pope.[3]ie. Luisa’s first 19 volumes received the Nihil Obstat from St. Hannibal di Francia, and the Imprimatur from Bishop Joseph Leo. The Twenty Four Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and The Blessed Virgin Mary in the Kingdom of the Divine Will also bear the same ecclesiastical seals.Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 cf. Luisa Attacked Again; One claim is that Luisa’s writings are “pornographic” because of symbolic imagery, for example, of Luisa “suckling” at the breast of Christ. However, this is the very mystical language of Scripture itself: You shall suck the milk of nations, and be nursed at royal breasts… That you may drink with delight at her abundant breasts!… As a mother comforts her child, so I will comfort you…” (Isaiah 60:16, 66:11-13)
2 see Is Luisa Piccarreta’s Cause Suspended?
3 ie. Luisa’s first 19 volumes received the Nihil Obstat from St. Hannibal di Francia, and the Imprimatur from Bishop Joseph Leo. The Twenty Four Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and The Blessed Virgin Mary in the Kingdom of the Divine Will also bear the same ecclesiastical seals.

Defending Vatican II & the Renewal

 

We may see that attacks
against the Pope and the Church
do not only come from outside;
rather, the sufferings of the Church
come from inside the Church,
from the sin that exists in the Church.
This was always common knowledge,
but today we see it in truly terrifying form:
the greatest persecution of the Church
does not come from external enemies,
but is born of sin within the Church.
—POPE BENEDICT XVI,

interview on flight to Lisbon,
Portugal, May 12th, 2010

 

WITH a collapse of leadership in the Catholic Church and a progressive agenda emerging from Rome, more and more Catholics are fleeing their parishes to seek out “traditional” Masses and havens of orthodoxy.Continue reading

Supernatural No More?

 

THE Vatican has issued new norms for discerning “alleged supernatural phenomena”, but without leaving bishops with the authority to declare mystical phenomena as heaven-sent. How will this impact not only the ongoing discernment of apparitions but all supernatural workings in the Church?Continue reading

America: Fulfilling Revelation?

 

When does an empire die?
Does it collapse in one terrible moment?
No, no.
But there comes a time
when its people no longer believe in it…
trailer, Megalopolis

 

IN 2012, as my flight soared above California, I felt the Spirit urging me to read Revelation Chapters 17-18. As I began to read, it was as though a veil was lifting on this arcane book, like another page of thin tissue turning to reveal a bit more of the mysterious image of the “end times.” The word “apocalypse” means, in fact, the unveiling.

What I read began to put America into a completely new biblical light. As I researched the historical foundations of that country, I could not help but see it as perhaps the most worthy candidate of what St. John called “mystery babylon” (read Mystery Babylon). Since then, two recent trends seem to cement that view…

Continue reading

Keepin’ It Together

 

WITH news headlines becoming more grim and dire by the hour and prophetic words echoing much the same, fear and anxiety are causing people to “lose it.” This crucial webcast explains, then, just how we can “keep it together” as the world around us literally begins to crumble…Continue reading

The Cosmic Surgery

 

First published July 5th, 2007…

 

PRAYING before the Blessed Sacrament, the Lord seemed to explain why the world is entering a purification that now, seems irreversible.

Throughout the history of My Church, there have been times when the Body of Christ has taken ill. At those times I have sent remedies.

Continue reading

What Have You Done?

 

The Lord said to Cain: “What have you done?
The voice of your brother’s blood
is crying to me from the ground” 
(Gen 4:10).

—POPE ST JOHN PAUL II, Evangelium Vitae, n. 10

And so I solemnly declare to you this day
that I am not responsible
for the blood of any of you,

for I did not shrink from proclaiming to you
the entire plan of God…

So be vigilant and remember
that for three years, night and day,

I unceasingly admonished each of you
with tears.

(Acts 20:26-27, 31)

 

After three years of intensive research and writing on the “pandemic,” including a documentary that went viral, I have written very little about it in the past year. Partly due to extreme burnout, partly a need to decompress from the discrimination and hatred my family experienced in the community where we formerly lived. That, and one can only warn so much until you hit critical mass: when those with ears to hear have heard — and the rest will only understand once the consequences of unheeded warning touches them personally.

Continue reading

The Now Word in 2024

 

IT doesn’t seem that long ago that I stood on a prairie field as a storm began to roll in. The words spoken in my heart then became the defining “now word” that would form the basis of this apostolate for the next 18 years:Continue reading

On Deliverance

 

ONE of the “now words” the Lord has sealed on my heart is that He is allowing His people to be tested and refined in a kind of “last call” to the saints. He is allowing the “cracks” in our spiritual lives to be exposed and exploited in order to shake us, as there is no longer any time left to sit on the fence. It is as though a gentle warning from Heaven before the Warning, like the illuminating light of dawn before the Sun breaks the horizon. This illumination is a gift [1]Heb 12:5-7: ‘“My son, do not disdain the discipline of the Lord or lose heart when reproved by him; for whom the Lord loves, he disciplines; he scourges every son he acknowledges.” Endure your trials as “discipline”; God treats you as sons. For what “son” is there whom his father does not discipline?’ to awaken us to the great spiritual dangers that we are facing since we have entered an epochal change — the time of harvestContinue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 Heb 12:5-7: ‘“My son, do not disdain the discipline of the Lord or lose heart when reproved by him; for whom the Lord loves, he disciplines; he scourges every son he acknowledges.” Endure your trials as “discipline”; God treats you as sons. For what “son” is there whom his father does not discipline?’

The Choice Has Been Made

 

There is no other way to describe it other than an oppressive heaviness. I sat there, hunched over in my pew, straining to listen to the Mass readings on Divine Mercy Sunday. It was as though the words were hitting my ears and bouncing off.

The Last Hope of Salvation?

 

THE second Sunday of Easter is Divine Mercy Sunday. It is a day that Jesus promised to pour out immeasurable graces to the degree that, for some, it is “the last hope of salvation.” Still, many Catholics have no idea what this feast is or never hear about it from the pulpit. As you’ll see, this is no ordinary day…

Continue reading

Five Means to “Be Not Afraid”

ON THE MEMORIAL OF ST. JOHN PAUL II

Do not be afraid! Open wide the doors to Christ”!
—ST. JOHN PAUL II, Homily, Saint Peter’s Square
October 22, 1978, No. 5

 

First published June 18th, 2019.

 

YES, I know John Paul II often said, “Be not afraid!” But as we see the Storm winds increasing around us and waves beginning to overwhelm the Barque of Peter… as freedom of religion and speech become fragile and the possibility of an antichrist remains on the horizon… as Marian prophecies are being fulfilled in real-time and the warnings of the popes go unheeded… as your own personal troubles, divisions and sorrows mount around you… how can one possibly not be afraid?”Continue reading

The Resurrection of the Church

 

The most authoritative view, and the one that appears
to be most in harmony with Holy Scripture, is that,
after the fall of the Antichrist, the Catholic Church will
once again enter upon a period of
prosperity and triumph.

The End of the Present World and the Mysteries of the Future Life,
Fr. Charles Arminjon (1824-1885), p. 56-57; Sophia Institute Press

 

THERE is a mysterious passage in the book of Daniel that is unfolding in our time. It further reveals what God is planning at this hour as the world continues its descent into darkness…Continue reading

The Passion of the Church

If the word has not converted,
it will be blood that converts.
—ST. JOHN PAUL II, from poem “Stanislaw“


Some of my regular readers may have noticed that I have written less in recent months. Part of the reason, as you know, is because we are in the fight for our lives against industrial wind turbines — a fight we are beginning to make some progress on.

Continue reading

Real Christianity

 

Just as Our Lord’s face was disfigured in His Passion, so too, the face of the Church has become disfigured in this hour. What does she stand for? What is her mission? What is her message? What does real Christianity really look like?

Continue reading

Witnesses in the Night of Our Faith

Jesus is the only Gospel: we have nothing further to say
or any other witness to bear.
—POPE JOHN PAUL II
Evangelium Vitae, n. 80

All around us, the winds of this Great Storm have begun to beat down upon this poor humanity. The sad parade of death led by the rider of the Second Seal of Revelation who “takes peace away from the world” (Rev 6:4), boldly marches through our nations. Whether it is through war, abortion, euthanasia, the poisoning of our food, air, and water or the pharmakeia of the powerful, the dignity of man is being trodden beneath the hooves of that red horse… and his peace robbed. It is the “image of God” that is under assault.

Continue reading

On Recovering Our Dignity

 

Life is always a good.
This is an instinctive perception and a fact of experience,
and man is called to grasp the profound reason why this is so.
Why is life a good?
—POPE ST. JOHN PAUL II,
Evangelium Vitae, 34

 

WHAT happens to people’s minds when their culture — a culture of death — informs them that human life is not only disposable but apparently an existential evil to the planet? What happens to the psyche of children and young adults who are repeatedly told that they are just a random by-product of evolution, that their existence is “overpopulating” the earth, that their “carbon footprint” is ruining the planet? What happens to seniors or the ill when they are told that their health issues are costing the “system” too much? What happens to youth who are encouraged to reject their biological sex? What happens to one’s self-image when their worth is defined, not by their inherent dignity but by their productivity?Continue reading

The Labor Pains: Depopulation?

 

THERE is a mysterious passage in the Gospel of John where Jesus explains that some things are too difficult to be revealed yet to the Apostles.

I have yet many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of truth comes, He will guide you into all the truth… he will declare to you the things that are to come. (John 16:12-13)

Continue reading

Living John Paul II’s Prophetic Words

 

“Walk as children of light … and try to learn what is pleasing to the Lord.
Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness”
(Eph 5:8, 10-11).

In our present social context, marked by a
dramatic struggle between the “culture of life” and the “culture of death”…
the urgent need for such a cultural transformation is linked
to the present historical situation,
it is also rooted in the Church’s mission of evangelization.
The purpose of the Gospel, in fact, is
“to transform humanity from within and to make it new”.
—John Paul II, Evangelium Vitae, “The Gospel of Life”, n. 95

 

JOHN PAUL II’s “Gospel of Life” was a powerful prophetic warning to the Church of an agenda of the “powerful” to impose a “scientifically and systematically programmed… conspiracy against life.” They act, he said, like “The Pharaoh of old, haunted by the presence and increase… of the current demographic growth.[1]Evangelium, Vitae, n. 16, 17

That was 1995.Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 Evangelium, Vitae, n. 16, 17

Schism, You Say?

 

SOMEONE asked me the other day, “You are not leaving the Holy Father or the true magisterium, are you?” I was startled by the question. “No! what gave you that impression??” He said he wasn’t sure. So I reassured him that schism is not on the table. Period.

Continue reading

Novum

 

See, I am doing something new!
Now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
In the wilderness I make a way,
in the wasteland, rivers.
(Isaiah 43:19)

 

I HAVE pondered a lot of late about the trajectory of certain elements of the hierarchy toward a false mercy, or what I wrote about a few years ago: an Anti-Mercy. It is the same false compassion of so-called wokism, where in order to “accept others”, everything is to be accepted. The lines of the Gospel are blurred, the message of repentance is ignored, and the liberating demands of Jesus are dismissed for the saccharine compromises of Satan. It seems as if we are finding ways to excuse sin rather than repent of it.Continue reading

The Most Important Homily

 

Even if we or an angel from heaven
should preach to you a gospel
other than the one that we preached to you,
let that one be accursed!
(Gal 1:8)

 

THEY spent three years at the feet of Jesus, listening carefully to His teaching. When He ascended into Heaven, He left them a “great commission” to “make disciples of all nations… teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you” (Matt 28:19-20). And then He sent them the “Spirit of truth” to infallibly guide their teaching (Jn 16:13). Hence, the first homily of the Apostles would no doubt be seminal, setting the direction of the entire Church… and world.

So, what did Peter say??Continue reading

The Great Fissure

 

Nihil innovetur, nisi quod traditum est
“Let there be no innovation beyond what has been handed down.”
—POPE Saint Stephen I (+ 257)

 

THE Vatican’s permission for priests to dole out blessings for same-sex “couples” and those in “irregular” relationships has created a deep fissure within the Catholic Church.

Within days of its announcement, nearly entire continents (Africa), bishops’ conferences (eg. Hungary, Poland), cardinals, and religious orders rejected the self-contradictory language in Fiducia supplicans (FS). According to a press release this morning from Zenit, “15 Episcopal Conferences from Africa and Europe, plus around twenty dioceses worldwide, have prohibited, limited, or suspended the application of the document in the diocesan territory, highlighting the existing polarization around it.”[1]Jan 4, 2024, Zenit A Wikipedia page following opposition to Fiducia supplicans currently counts rejections from 16 bishops’ conferences, 29 individual cardinals and bishops, and seven congregations and priestly, religious, and lay associations. Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 Jan 4, 2024, Zenit

A Watchman’s Warning

 

DEAR brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus. I want to leave you on a more positive note, despite this most troubling week. It’s in the short video below that I recorded last week, but never sent out to you. It’s a most apropos message for what has transpired this week, but is a general message of hope. But I also want to be obedient to the “now word” the Lord has been speaking all week. I will be brief…Continue reading

Have We Turned a Corner?

 

Note: Since publishing this, I have added some supporting quotes from authoritative voices as responses around the world continue to roll out. This is too crucial a subject for the collective concerns of the Body of Christ to not be heard. But the framework of this reflection and arguments remain unchanged. 

 

THE news shot across the globe like a missile: “Pope Francis approves allowing Catholic priests to bless same-sex couples” (ABC News). Reuters declared: “Vatican approves blessings for same-sex couples in landmark ruling.” For once, the headlines weren’t twisting the truth, even though there’s more to the story… Continue reading

Confront the Storm

 

A NEW scandal has rocketed across the world with headlines proclaiming that Pope Francis has authorized priests to bless same-sex couples. This time, the headlines weren’t spinning it. Is this the Great Shipwreck Our Lady spoke of three years ago? Continue reading

The Promised Kingdom

 

BOTH terror and exultant victory. That was the vision of the prophet Daniel of a future time when a “great beast” would arise over the whole world, a beast “quite different” than previous beasts who imposed their rule. He said it “shall devour the whole earth, beat it down, and crush it” through “ten kings.” It will overturn the law and even alter the calendar. From its head sprung a diabolical horn whose goal is to “oppress the holy ones of the Most High.” For three and a half years, says Daniel, they will be handed over to him — he who is universally recognized as the “Antichrist.”Continue reading

VIDEO: The Prophecy At Rome

 

A POWERFUL prophecy was given in St. Peter’s Square in 1975 — words that seem to be unfolding now in our present time. Joining Mark Mallett is the man who received that prophecy, Dr. Ralph Martin of Renewal Ministries. They discuss the troubling times, the crisis of faith, and the possibility of the Antichrist in our days — plus the Answer to it all!Continue reading

The War On Creation – Part III

 

THE doctor said without hesitation, “We need to either burn or cut out your thyroid to make it more manageable. You will need to stay on medication for the rest of your life.” My wife Lea looked at him like he was crazy and said, “I can’t get rid of a part of my body because it’s not working for you. Why don’t we find the root cause of why my body is attacking itself instead?” The doctor returned her gaze as if she was crazy. He bluntly replied, “You go that route and you’re going to leave your children orphaned.”

But I knew my wife: she would be determined to find the problem and help her body restore itself. Continue reading

The Big Lie

 

…the apocalyptic language surrounding the climate
has done a deep disservice to humanity.
It has led to incredibly wasteful and ineffectual spending.
The psychological costs have also been immense.
Many people, particularly younger ones,
live in fear that the end is nigh,
too often leading to debilitating depression
about the future.
A look at the facts would demolish
those apocalyptic anxieties.
—Steve Forbes, Forbes magazine, July 14, 2023

Continue reading

The War on Creation – Part II

 

MEDICINE INVERTED

 

TO Catholics, the last hundred years or so bear significance in prophecy. As the legend goes, Pope Leo XIII had a vision during Mass that left him utterly stunned. According to one eyewitness:

Leo XIII truly saw, in a vision, demonic spirits who were congregating on the Eternal City (Rome). —Father Domenico Pechenino, eyewitness; Ephemerides Liturgicae, reported in 1995, p. 58-59; www.motherofallpeoples.com

It is said that Pope Leo overheard Satan asking the Lord for a “hundred years” to test the Church (which resulted in the now famous prayer to St. Michael the Archangel).[1]cf. Catholic News Agency When exactly the Lord punched the clock to begin a century of testing, no one knows. But certainly, the diabolical was unleashed upon the whole of creation in the 20th century, beginning with medicine itself…Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 cf. Catholic News Agency

The War on Creation – Part I

 

I have been discerning writing this series for over two years now. I have touched on some aspects already, but lately, the Lord has given me a green light to boldly proclaim this “now word.” The real cue for me was today’s Mass readings, which I’ll mention at the end… 

 

AN APOCALYPTIC WAR… ON HEALTH

 

THERE is a war on creation, which is ultimately a war on the Creator himself. The attack runs broad and deep, from the smallest microbe to the pinnacle of creation, which is man and woman created “in the image of God.”Continue reading

Why Still Be a Catholic?

AFTER repeated news of scandals and controversies, why stay a Catholic? In this powerful episode, Mark & Daniel lay out more than their personal convictions: they make the case that Christ Himself wants the world to be Catholic. This is sure to anger, encourage, or console many!Continue reading

I am a Disciple of Jesus Christ

 

The pope cannot commit heresy
when he speaks ex cathedra,
this is a dogma of faith.
In his teaching outside of 
ex cathedra statements, however,
he can commit doctrinal ambiguities,
errors and even heresies.
And since the pope is not identical
with the entire Church,
the Church is stronger
than a singular erring or heretical Pope.
 
—Bishop Athanasius Schneider
September 19th, 2023, onepeterfive.com

 

I HAVE long been avoiding most comments on social media. The reason is that people have become mean, judgmental, flat-out uncharitable — and often in the name of “defending the truth.” But after our last webcast, I attempted to respond to some who accused my colleague Daniel O’Connor and me of “bashing” the Pope. Continue reading

A Time to Weep

A Flaming Sword: Nuclear-capable missile fired over California in November, 2015
Caters News Agency, (Abe Blair)

 

1917:

…at the left of Our Lady and a little above, we saw an Angel with a flaming sword in his left hand; flashing, it gave out flames that looked as though they would set the world on fire; but they died out in contact with the splendour that Our Lady radiated towards him from her right hand: pointing to the earth with his right hand, the Angel cried out in a loud voice: ‘Penance, Penance, Penance!’—Sr. Lucia of Fatima, July 13th, 1917

Continue reading

The Eclipse of the Son

Someone’s attempt to photograph the “miracle of the sun”

 

As an eclipse is about to cross the United States (like a crescent over certain regions), I have been pondering the “miracle of the sun” that occurred in Fatima on October 13th, 1917, the rainbow colors that spun from it… the crescent moon on Islamic flags, and the moon which Our Lady of Guadalupe stands upon. Then I found this reflection this morning from April 7, 2007. It seems to me we are living Revelation 12, and will see God’s power manifested in these days of tribulation, especially through Our Blessed Mother — “Mary, the shining star that announces the Sun” (POPE ST. JOHN PAUL II, Meeting with Young People at Air Base of Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain, May 3rd, 2003)… I sense I am not to comment or develop this writing but just republish, so here it is… 

 

JESUS said to St. Faustina,

Before the Day of Justice, I am sending the Day of Mercy.Diary of Divine Mercy, n. 1588

This sequence is presented on the Cross:

(MERCY:) Then [the criminal] said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” He replied to him, “Amen, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.”

(JUSTICE:) It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon because of an eclipse of the sun. (Luke 23:43-45)

 

Continue reading

Rwanda’s Warning

 

When he broke open the second seal,
I heard the second living creature cry out,
“Come forward.”
Another horse came out, a red one.
Its rider was given power
to take peace away from the earth,

so that people would slaughter one another.
And he was given a huge sword.
(Rev 6:3-4)

…we witness daily events where people
appear to be growing more aggressive
and belligerent…
 

—POPE BENEDICT XVI, Pentecost Homily,
May 27th, 2012

 

IN 2012, I published a very strong “now word” that I believe is presently being “unsealed” at this hour. I wrote then (cf. Warnings in the Wind) of the warning that violence is going to burst out suddenly upon the world like a thief in the night because we are persisting in grave sin, thereby losing God’s protection.[1]cf. Hell Unleashed It may very well be the landfall of the Great Storm

When they sow the wind, they shall reap the whirlwind. (Hos 8:7)Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 cf. Hell Unleashed

The Obedience of Faith

 

Now to Him who can strengthen you,
according to my gospel and the proclamation of Jesus Christ…
to all nations to bring about the obedience of faith… 
(Rom 16:25-26)

…he humbled himself and became obedient unto death,
even death on a cross. (Phil 2:8)

 

GOD must be shaking His head, if not laughing at His Church. For the plan unfolding since the dawn of Redemption has been for Jesus to prepare for Himself a Bride who is “without spot or wrinkle or any such thing, that she might be holy and without blemish” (Eph. 5:27). And yet, some within the hierarchy itself[1]cf. The Final Trial have reached the point of inventing ways for people to remain in objective mortal sin, and yet feel “welcome” in the Church.[2]Indeed, God welcomes all to be saved. The condition for this salvation are in the words of Our Lord himself: “Repent and believe in the gospel” (Mark 1:15) What a vastly different vision than God’s! What an immense abyss between the reality of what is prophetically unfolding at this hour — the purification of the Church — and what some bishops are proposing to the world!Continue reading

Footnotes

Footnotes
1 cf. The Final Trial
2 Indeed, God welcomes all to be saved. The condition for this salvation are in the words of Our Lord himself: “Repent and believe in the gospel” (Mark 1:15)

October Warning

 

HEAVEN has been warning that October 2023 would be a significant month, a turning point in the escalation of events. It’s only a week in, and major events have already unfolded…Continue reading

Remain in Me

 

First published May 8, 2015…

 

IF you are not at peace, ask yourself three questions: Am I in the will of God? Am I trusting Him? Am I loving God and neighbour in this moment? Simply, am I being faithful, trusting, and loving?[1]see Building the House of Peace Whenever you lose your peace, go through these questions like a checklist, and then realign one or more aspects of your mindset and behavior in that moment saying, “Ah, Lord, I am sorry, I have stopped abiding in you. Forgive me and help me to begin again.” In this way, you will steadily build a House of Peace, even in the midst of trials.

Continue reading

Footnotes