Most Americans haven’t the foggiest idea that a quasi-Stalinist, violently anti-Catholic regime once existed on our southern borders. Those who don’t know how bad Mexico was in the late 1920s are about to learn, though: at least those who see…
I wrote up a little summary of St. Cristobal Magallanes' life for his feast day last month. That was the first time I'd heard of the Cristero war. The Church bore some serious bullying. The government took ownership of all Church property, and her activities were severely restricted. It was illegal to evangelize, to provide a religious education, to wear clerical vestments, and priests were stripped of the right to vote.
Public wearing of clerical garb is still prohibited in Mexico. Also all the Churches remain in the technical hands of the State in Mexico (as is also true, alas, in France today, still). These measures were due to the Liberal, Freemasonic Anti-Catholic gov't. It shows the fruits of Liberalism and Freemasonry: Persecution of and desire to eradicate the Holy Catholic religion by whatever means that can be used.
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Time for some Glorious Spiced Tea & Counter-révolution!
“From quiet homes and first beginning,
Out to the undiscovered ends,
There's nothing worth the wear of
But laughter and the love of friends.”
— Hilaire Belloc - Verses 10 'Dedicatory Ode'.
__________________ In Christ, through Mary,
FullyMT "When fierce temptations threat thy soul with loss Think on his passion and the bitter pain, Think on the mortal anguish of the cross, Think on Christ's blood let out at every vein, Think of his precious heart all rent in twain; For thy redemption think all this was wrought, Nor be that lost which he so dearly bought." -St. Thomas Moore
"Trust in the LORD with all your heart, on your own intelligence rely not; In all your ways be mindful of him, and he will make straight your paths." Proverbs 3: 5-6
"Will you offer sacrifices to God and accept all the sufferings that He will send you in reparation for the sins that have offended Him and as supplication for the conversion of sinners?"-Our Blessed Mother at Fatima, Portugal, May 13, 1917