Letters – April 2008

Issue: 24 – April 2008
Letters – April 2008
The Lisbon Treaty
Sir,
�In the name of the Most Holy Trinity�, so begins the Irish Constitution. The Lisbon Treaty will not mention God. What mental gymnastics are our political leaders asking us to exercise to believe that to exclude God and put our trust in a man-made utopia is going to be in the best interests of our nation. Exclude God, exclude truth.

As the Lord Jesus told Pontius Pilate, �all who are on the side of truth listen to My voice.� Are we being told the full truth since 80% of our legislation now comes from Brussels. What happens when it becomes 100%. Look at the legislation contrary to the Law of God already passed in Ireland. Give away the final 20% and say goodbye to the Constitution.

See I set before you today a blessing and a curse. A blessing if you obey the commandments of the Lord your God which I enjoin on you today. A curse if you disobey the commandments of the Lord your God (Deuteronomy Ch11 V26-27). Giving someone else the power to do it deserves the Pontius Pilate award, denying what we know to be true, washing one�s hands in a basin of water by denying knowledge of truth. At the battle of Lepanto, a Christian fleet defeated a much larger Turkish fleet saving Christian Europe from destruction. The Holy Father with the faithful were praying the Rosary. That crisis was imminent, this one is apparent and probably more dangerous because we could leave it until voting day before we act.

An army of eight hundred men faced an army of one hundred thousand in the crisis of the Albanian heresy. Saint Dominic stood praying behind the eight hundred and they won. At this time we do not have a Saint Pius V or a Saint Dominic and yet we have the opportunity to defeat this treaty. There is a Rosary Novena of 54 days, 27 in petition and 27 in thanksgiving, which can do for us what Saint Pius V and Saint Dominic did. Our numbers may by God�s Mercy through the intercession of Our Blessed Mother Mary make up for our lack of sanctity. If God be for us who is against us (Romans Ch 8 v31). By the Grace of God let us begin on the 16th of April, the feast day of Saint Bernadette Soubirous.

Patrick Mackle,
Co Meath

Great Publication
A chara,
Well done on the great publication that you come up with. It is a real source of truth and I really look forward to the next edition every month.

Your articles on the New World Order are brilliant. Would there be any chance you could cover organisations like Roundtablers, Rotary, Lions Clubs, Orange Order, Freemasons in Golf Clubs etc in future editions? I think Golf Clubs etc. are very fertile recruiting grounds for Freemasons.

Yours in Jesus Christ,
God Bless.
Brian Simpson, Co Waterford.

Disgusted
Sir,
What’s wrong with Cardinal Brady? Watching him on TV prancing about with the English queen in a Protestant church (one they stole from us) on Holy Thursday of all days just makes me want to puke.

Does the Cardinal not know that Catholics are banned from sitting on the English throne? Until that discrimination is ended, no Prince of the Church should have truck with these people. Apart from that, she was behaving as if she had some right to be in our country, after all that her soldiers have done to us. Why has the Cardinal let us all down by playing second fiddle to an English queen in front of a bundle of Protestants? Will them or her help him out at the next collection?

It’s about time our Bishops remembered who they are and where they come from. Sucking up to an English Protestant queen won’t put Catholics back in the chapels.

Disgusted, Armagh Diocese.

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