A Fatima Sanctuary for St. Petersburg

A Byzantine Rite sanctuary dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima is due to be built in St. Petersburg, according to the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X (FSSPX).

Father Alejandro Burgos, a Spanish priest exercising his apostolate in St. Petersburg is quoted as saying that “the Orthodox confessions are not opposed to this project. Many Russians have great devotion to Our Lady of Fatima, who interceded for the conversion of Russia during the communist persecution.”

Some years ago a founding trustee of The Saint George Educational Trust, due to his role in the European Parliament, was invited to speak as a guest to Deputies of the Russian State Duma. He was able to briefly explain something about the appearances of the Mother of God at Fatima in 1917 and of the eventual resurgence and reuniting of Christendom with Russia being Heaven’s chosen instrument.

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Capitalism Killing Confused Kids (by the thousands)

Capitalist tycoons and oligarchs who control the pharmaceutical industry are literally making a killing from confused, liberal-propagandised, ‘gender-bending’ kids who have fallen victim to the unhealthy and unnatural LGBTQ+ movement with its all-encompassing and overwhelming billion-dollar advertising and Big Business support network.

The National Catholic Register reports that over a six-year period the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has documented some 26,000 seriously adverse events, including more than 6,000 deaths, involving hormone-blocking treatments routinely used on children confused about their sex and their God-given nature.

Fatal blood clots, suicidal behaviour, lowered IQ, brittle bones, and sterility, are just a few of the side effects of so-called ‘puberty-blockers’ that are either implanted or self-injected to prevent natural sexual development during puberty.

In the U.K. issues surrounding usage of the drugs are being studied by the National Health Service.

Read more at National Catholic Register …….

Downton Abbey and Notorious Public Sinners

Julian Fellowes, the creator, screen-writer and co-producer of the sickeningly vile, and gravely sinful, ‘Downton Abbey‘ film was quoted in the past as saying that he goes “to the local Catholic church.”

If that is still true he must be denied the reception of Holy Eucharist for the crime of being a notorious public sinner and publicly rebuked by the Church for the sake of his soul and others.

The odious and deeply disturbing ‘Downton Abbey’ film carries a PG classification to encourage children of all ages to view utterly revolting scenes of sodomy-orientated lust.

For the common good it cannot be tolerated that the author and instigator of such widespread mortally-sinful material be allowed the possibility to receive the Body. Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ upon the altar without first having made adequate public restitution and sacramental penance.

 

Down-town Abbey: “disgusting perverts” said the policeman

“Disgusting perverts” said the policeman to a group of graphically illustrated dancing, kissing, cuddling, frolicking, debauched, biological males as he and his colleagues whisked them off to gaol in the newly-released period-drama film ‘Downton Abbey’.

Nasty hateful policeman!

Save your money, save your blood-pressure, save your children’s embarrassment (it’s rated PG), save the contents of your stomach and the cinema upholstery. Protect your souls.

(And make sure all your friends and family are warned about the nasty policeman).

 

 

Religion and Depression in Adolescence

A recently-published study led by university professors from Britain and the U.S.A. proves scientifically that lack of religious faith and practice plays a big part in depression.

The robust study, Religion and Depression in Adolescence, found that the more religious a young person is, the less risk there is of developing clinical depression and mental health problems. Conversely it shows that the less religious a person, the greater risk there is of an increasing severity of depression.

The study also found that when there is a strong increase in religiosity (for example, someone who doesn’t normally go to Mass or confession starts to go regularly) the risks of severe or moderate depression decrease by eleven percentage points.

“Perhaps the most surprising finding is that the effects were stronger, almost two-thirds stronger, in individuals with the most severe symptoms of depression, the most difficult to treat,” the researchers explain.