Join up with the Friends of St. George
In the last financial year The Saint George Educational Trust awarded nearly ninety-two-thousand pounds to associations of Catholic laity who are developing all sorts of exciting social, cultural and educational projects aimed at rebuilding and restoring Christendom.
The Friends of St. George play a vital auxiliary role in this important work of the Trust and help make these actions possible
Friends of St. George help SGET fund projects, raise grant monies, and publish materials aimed at planting seeds to encourage the conversion of lost generations of socially-bewildered and spiritually-blinded souls.
By becoming a Friend of Saint George you can help us this coming year and beyond to fund a new endeavour aimed at creating a structured programme of university-level Christian education networked to thousands of young people in Europe and throughout the English-speaking world.
You can help us fund an exciting vision created by a world-class musical artist to bring Gregorian and Byzantine Chant to hundreds of thousands, perhaps even millions, of lost souls still open to traditional European cultural and spiritual inspiration. And this in an electrifying and stunningly visual manner that cannot but succeed in positively stirring-up heart and soul,.
You can help us with these two immense projects and much more besides.
The Saint George Educational Trust is a U.K.-based charitable trust, registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales, but Friends of St George can be found in any and every corner of the world. FOSG endeavour to make the small sacrifice of donating the equivalent sum of just one pound per day to The Saint George Educational Trust. This can be done by online banking, electronic transfer or by standing order. Donation can be made either once a month or annually. UK taxpayers should get in touch and request a Gift Aid form from us so that the taxman adds extra revenue to donations.
Sacrificing the price of a short-hop bus ride, a newspaper, a chocolate bar or a cup of coffee every day is surely not too much to ask for the rebuilding of Christian social order?
Help us make that social reconstruction a growing reality by joining with the Friends of St. George, and may God bless you abundantly for it.
Let us work together to build the Kingship of Christ “on earth as it is in Heaven.”
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“We are an integral part of the Palestinian people, yet we are virtually invisible for those in the White House who claim to care about Christianity,” witnesses Fr. Emmanuelle Awwad, parish priest of the Palestinian village of Aboud.
“When they talk about ‘Christianity,’ they seem to be reading from a different Bible.”
Before twentieth-century mass immigration of European Jews to the Holy Land and the vicious Zionist terror campaign that bombed, shot and murdered Palestinian civilians, British civil servants, policemen and soldiers – which eventually led to the imposition of the State of Israel upon the Palestinians in 1948, with the resulting wholesale destruction of Palestinian villages along with the death and forced exile of hundreds of thousands of Palestinian families – Palestinian Christians constituted more than ten-percent of the Holy Land. Today, less than two-percent.
The Church vehemently opposed Zionism and warned, if implemented, it would lead to the destruction of Christianity in the Holy Land.
“How can we deliver up the country of our redeemer to a people of a different faith? ” – Cardinal Merry del Val (1st April 1904)
“From this it is manifest that the eternal law of God is the sole standard and rule of human liberty, not only in each individual man, but also in the community and civil society which men constitute when united. Therefore, the true liberty of human society does not consist in every man doing what he pleases, for this would simply end in turmoil and confusion, and bring on the overthrow of the State; but rather in this, that through the injunctions of the civil law all may more easily conform to the prescriptions of the eternal law. Likewise, the liberty of those who are in authority does not consist in the power to lay unreasonable and capricious commands upon their subjects, which would equally be criminal and would lead to the ruin of the commonwealth; but the binding force of human laws is in this, that they are to be regarded as applications of the eternal law, and incapable of sanctioning anything which is not contained in the eternal law, as in the principle of all law. Thus, St. Augustine most wisely says: “I think that you can see, at the same time, that there is nothing just and lawful in that temporal law, unless what men have gathered from this eternal law.”(5) If, then, by anyone in authority, something be sanctioned out of conformity with the principles of right reason, and consequently hurtful to the commonwealth, such an enactment can have no binding force of law, as being no rule of justice, but certain to lead men away from that good which is the very end of civil society.”
– Pope Leo XIII, Libertas
“All the strength of Satan’s reign is due to the easy-going weakness of Catholics”
– Pope St. Pius X, 1908, discourse at the beatification of St. Joan of Arc
“It is the duty of all Catholics worthy, of the name … to endeavour to bring back all civil society to the pattern and form of Christianity which We have described”
– Pope Leo XIII, 1885, Immortale Dei