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Jacobin France started something it will probably come to regret in the coming years.

Providing practical support and encouragement to a plague of foreign terrorists sent to Syria has repercussions when it all goes pear-shaped and those terrorists find their way to France (and other countries that fund and train them).

Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

(1) “I will give them all the graces necessary in their state of life.

(2) I will establish peace in their homes.

(3) I will comfort them in all their afflictions.

(4) I will be their secure refuge during life, and above all, in death.

(5) I will bestow abundant blessings upon all their undertakings.

(6) Sinners will find in my Heart the source and infinite ocean of mercy.

(7) Lukewarm souls shall become fervent.

(8) Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection.

(9) I will bless every place in which an image of my Heart is exposed and honoured.

10) I will give to priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts.

(11) Those who shall promote this devotion shall have their names written in my Heart.

(12) I promise you in the excessive mercy of my Heart that my all-powerful love will grant to all those who receive Holy Communion on the First Fridays in nine consecutive months the grace of final perseverance; they shall not die in my disgrace, nor without receiving their sacraments. My divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in this last moment.”

A Nun’s Witness

The allegedly ‘moderate’ Free Syrian Army (FSA), funded, trained and armed by the Western Powers, is now re-branded as the Syrian National Army (SNA) and works as the spearhead of Turkey’s invasion force in northern Syria.

With the U.S.A. (and the U.K. and France) apparently no longer interested in pursuing a lost cause and withdrawing from the quagmire it created, those who once lauded the ‘moderate’ murderers when it was in Western government interests to do so now describe the ‘moderate’ opposition they created, funded, armed and trained as “crazy and not reliable.”

And as for the Kurds ……..

Sister Guadalupe Rodrigo, an Argentinian nun who was stationed in Syria for several years from when war broke out reminds us that “the moderate opposition does not exist in Syria ……. There is no moderate opposition. Unless we want to call ‘moderate’ those who dismember Christians. If that is moderate, then yes, there is moderate opposition.”

The Cradle of Civilisation welcomes Christian visitors

Quoting a famous French archaeologist, Andre Parrot, The Syria Times reminds us all that “Every human has two homes, his own and Syria”.

The profound fact that Syria is the ancient cradle of civilisation, and also a country exceptionally rare in the modern world where Christianity is considered part of the fundamental fabric of the nation, with a breath-taking abundance of historic Christian and non-Christian sites to visit, is currently bought to life by a delegation of French politicians who are in the middle of an official visit to Syria.

Virginie Joron writes that “The defence of Christians in the East must be one of the main priorities of the resumption of our diplomatic relations with Syria.”

The impressions of her first ever visit to Syria confirm that “there is a complete difference” between the reality that she’s witnessing and the false ideas presented about Syria by the governments and mainstream media of France and Europe.  She writes that “It’s time to stop the [ Machiavellianism ] and find peaceful solutions with the Syrian government.”

She writes glowingly of Damascus and how welcoming it still is to tourists and foreign visitors even after the dreadful suffering endured by its inhabitants at the hands of Western geo-political plotting.

“The city is reborn with crowded terraces and there is music everywhere. We feel safe, we feel good. No aggression, no eyes moved, no [ offensive insults ], no hostility in the streets of Damascus. Indeed, we are more than well welcomed. Some are even happy to see French people and be able to speak our language. They come to say hello to us.”

Divine Punishment: two views of the Notre Dame fire

Israeli politician Baruch Marzel, who belongs to the governing coalition of the Israeli State, says that Notre Dame Cathedral burning down is “divine punishment” for the Talmud being publicly burnt in front of the cathedral in 1200AD.

Israeli Rabbi Shlomo Aviner adds that it is a ‘mitzvah’, a prescription of Judaism, to burn down Christian churches.

Another way of looking at the fire might be to note that the High Altar of the cathedral was left undamaged by the inferno. The Novus Ordo table representing the new religion of Vatican II, which has taken over most of the old structures of the Catholic Church, was annihilated.

Yellow Vests, Protests, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Numerous French flags imprinted with the Sacred Heart of Jesus have been seen at all the manifestations of the Gilets Jaunes, the ‘Yellow Vests’, throughout the whole country from the very beginning of the momentous events currently shaking France . Why? Read more here…….  



St. Joan of Arc: Uniting Christendom

On Sunday, 8th May, Civitas organised their annual tribute to St. Joan of Arc.  More than two thousand people gathered together in central Paris.

Alongside Civitas, delegations from numerous social, cultural and political groups could be found including Cercle National des Combattants, Renouveau Français, Parti de la France, Synthèse Nationale, The Alliance for Peace and Freedom, des Caryatides, Parti Nationaliste Français, Dissidence Française and d’Egalité & Réconciliation ,all gathered to honour the holy saint of the nation, the secondary patroness of France.

From 12:30pm onwards in the Place Saint Augustin, a large number of diverse shows and speeches followed one after another. This annual commemoration always has a fundamental family dimension to it; young and old, big and small were all able to observe demonstrations of fire-breathing followed by a juggler like no other in the person of a very talented Benedictine brother. Whilst Girl Guides offered something to eat, the audience enjoyed a mini-concert by the singer Epona. The Choir Montjoie Saint Denis was also present. Marion Sigaut, Roger Holeindre, Carl Lang, Thibaut de Chassey, Pierre Sidos, Mary Herbais, Jany Le Pen, Roland Helie and Damien Viguier all took to the podium in turn to encourage participants to resist the evils besetting France. Then Dom Cyprian, Prior of the Benedictine Monastery of Our Lady of Guadalupe who was visiting France from the USA, conducted the blessing of the banners.

The crowd then turned and marched on, with the parade headed by three horsemen in armour including a girl symbolizing Joan of Arc, clutching a replica of the majestic banner with which the saint came to Orleans on 8th May, 1429.

Alternating between the Litany of Saint Joan of Arc, and songs and slogans, the procession reached the site of the Pyramids where, after a wreath laying ceremony at the feet of the statue of Joan of Arc, the Montjoie Choir sang the Prayer of the Paras, and the concluding three speeches were given by Pierre Hillard, Alain Escada and Father Xavier Beauvais, in order to remember the true mission of St. Joan of Arc and how we must try to be worthy heirs for the restoration of France and of all Christendom.

Joan of Arc parade Paris 2016