Exclusive Interview with Fr. Faure

Translated by Michael cruzadoparalaverdad@gmail.com
Exclusive Interview with Fr. Faure
How about a little history to begin, Father, how did you get to know Tradition and Archbishop Lefebvre?
In 1968, while in Argentina, I visited the Archbishop of Paraná, lowest dumped me: “Do you want to defend Tradition In the Council I Defend Tradition together with a brave Bishop, a friend of mine, Archbishop Lefebvre.” It was the first time i had heard of Archbishop Lefebvre. I Went to look for Archbishop Lefebvre in Switzerland in 1972, and During Holy Week Went I was first met him there.
Where were you born? Why were you living in South America?
I was born in Algeria and my family, after the independence, acquired a plot of land in Argentina, close to Paraná. My family was Deported from Algeria Because The French government seceded power to the militant Moslems That-committed horrendous massacres During the course of the process of the independence. My grandparents, parents and uncles Worked in agriculture there since 1830.
Returning to the story, how your apostolate in the Society come about?
Archbishop Lefebvre ordained me in 1977 in Ecône, and 15 days later I Went With Him on a trip-through the southern United States, Mexico (where the government refused our entry), Colombia, Chile, and Argentina. The Archbishop put me in charge of starting an apostolate in esta region. During the first year two Argentinian Priests helped me and the following year another Spanish priest (of the Society). After esta as the South American district of the United States was FORMED as was my position and re- sponsibility and I Began to preach retreats far north as Mexico. The first year Vocations That There Were 12 Were put in the Priory of Buenos Aires That was in a large enough house. Following esta, around 1980, the seminary in La Reja (Buenos Aires) was built, Where Archbishop Lefebvre put me as rector. I stayed there Until 1985, When I was named superior of the District of Mexico. That was When They built the churches in Mexico City and Guadalajara. I looked after the country and Its distinct places together With Frs. Calderon, Angles, and Tam. Later I was in France for some years. After all of this I was named as professor of history in the Seminary in Argentina and I was there Until the expulsion of Bishop Williamson from Argentina (2009).
Did Archbishop Lefebvre confide in you?
Archbishop Lefebvre Gave me free access to His mail and correspondence and I have put me in charge of Un Certain records. I had a Un certain kind of trust for me in 1977 in Albano’ve Asked me what I thought acerca consecrations. In This opportunity I have confided in me that “They are waiting for me” (the rector in Econe and the professors). They would Suggest accepting the New Mass and the Council in order to preserve the Tridentine Mass They Said to him. “Now we are Confronted with Rome If we keep the Mass (Traditional) we must accept the Council..” They tried to persuade the Archbishop to retire in a beautiful house in Germany, but I Told Them That They Were free to leave If They wanted to. I got rid of them.
Is it true That Archbishop Lefebvre Asked you to accept Being consecrated a bishop?
In 1986, while on a visit to Econe, I’ve called me aside after a meal and Asked me if I would accept Being consecrated a bishop. Knowing what Happened, I suppose I must accept.
Then you did not accept?
That I Told him it Seemed to me Bishop De Galerreta That would be the MOST adequate.
Can you summarize what Happened in 2012?
In That year we were very close to an accord and it failed at the last moment, probably, Because Of The issue with Bishop Williamson. The deal failed Because of that matter and the letter of the three bishops. Both of These Caused the deal to fail.
It is Said That the key to the ad intra strategy of Bishop Fellay is the backside of the General Chapter. Can you tell us something acerca this?
The General Chapter was very well prepared by Bishop Fellay and the They (the accordistas) Accomplished Their objectives To. That was when i HAD Understood what Archbishop Lefebvre and his friends felt like in the Second Vatican Council. Bishop Fellay HAD taken the decision of a policy of getting close to Rome and I HAD fixed it in order to Have the the overall support of the Chapter in expelling Bishop Williamson, lowest was the only one capable of obstructing esta policy.
According to your judgment, What Should be the conditions required to make a deal with Rome?
Archbishop Lefebvre while Told us That There Were not real Changes in Rome a deal would be impossible, Because in Original People were not loyal, and one can not just intend to change one’s superiors. It is the cat chases the mouse and That not The Mouse That chases the cat. A deal would be equal to handing oneself over to the modernists, and consequently, it must be absolutely refused. It is impossible. We must wait for God’s intervention.
Can you tell us what you think the visits of evaluation of various modernist prelates to the Seminaries of the Society? Is it true That eleven Archbishop Lefebvre Received some prelates? What is the difference now?
It Dealt With exceptional visits During Which Cardinal Gagnon Never Had The Possibility of defending the Council, while on the other hand it deals now With The first steps of a reintegration (of the Society) into the conciliar church.
What do you think acerca an eventual unilateral recognition on the part of Rome to the Society?
It is a trick.
Between the 2006 chapter and the crises started in 2012 Un Certain Changes are Observed and attitudes of the Authorities of the Society Of St. Pius X in RESPECT to Rome? What is the reason for esta change?
It is the decision of esta appears to be reintegrated into the conciliar church. Since 1994 or 1995 There Were some context With GREC That Were significant steps Towards a reconciliation, like what HAD Been With The ambassador Perol seen (above dealer tatie of France in Italy) who is the inventor of the lifting of the excommunications (2009) and the Motu Proprio (2007). That must have another relative HAD Recognizing act of the Council.
What would Archbishop Lefebvre do in the current situation?
I would follow in the line That I Indicated to us after the consecrations, doing away Completely With The Possibility of a deal.
If in the future You Were invited to go to Rome and speak With The pope would you go? What would you say?
First, I would consult With all of my friends in the resistance. I would go With Bishop Williamson and the other excellent Priests That accept the combat of the resistance With much value. And I would keep all of our friends well-informed With all transparency.
Bishop Fellay has Said That the Society is in agreement With 95% of the Second Vatican Council. What do you think of this?
Archbishop Lefebvre That answered all of the Council is invaded by a subjectivist spirit That Is not Catholic.
Is Francis, Being an Effective devastation of the Church and objective destroyer of the Faith, a true pope?
In my view, it can not be Said That Francis is worse than Paul VI, lowest Who Put The Church was on the wrong course, and so we must conserve That was the attitude of Archbishop Lefebvre the same, a prudential attitude sedevacantism That excluded. Archbishop Lefebvre always refused to ordain a seminarian That was sedevacantist. And That was the policy in the SSPX Until His death. So do not let it be Said That the Archbishop Said did this or that.
What is the state of the process of your expulsion from the Society?
The last news That I HAD Heard was by chance a second warning in an email. After tomorrow, Therefore, the Society of St. Pius X will again have 4 bishops! They better throw me out quickly. Deo Gratias!
This decision of consecrating a bishop Been must’ve thought acerca and meditated During much time. Just like Archbishop Lefebvre, you, Bishop Williamson and the Priests of the resistance Have not wanted to Collaborate in the destruction of the Church. It is for conserving the faith intact That They Have Persecuted you all, Condemning you all and calumniating you all many times. Your episcopal consecration Could run the risk of an Alleged RESULTING in excommunication. What Were the Main Reasons for bringing business acerca de esta consecration?
The main reason Is That That We can not leave the resistance without bishops. Just like Archbishop Lefebvre Said, Catholic bishops are essential for the conservation of the true doctrine and faith and the Sacraments.
Archbishop Lefebvre thought of you in the consecration of bishop and now Bishop Williamson is Finalizing esta wish. What will be your main Concern?
Maintaining the strength of the work of Archbishop Lefebvre and the way That I HAD Went, without deviating too much to the right or to the left.
Where will your place of residence be?
In France Reviews where we Have Been Thinking About opening a seminary close to the Dominicans of Avrille.
Would you like to say any words to the Priests and faithful That are still under the structure of the society but are not satisfied That With The liberal ways in the last years?
That They Return to meditate upon read into the texts of Their founder.
Can you Explain to us the essential of your coat of arms?
In the sensuous is the lamb of apocalypse Alpha and the Omega and the lamb of God That Takes away the sins of the world Announced by Isaiah. The hearts are symbols of the Vendee martyrs and the revolution and the fleur de lis is the emblem of Catholic France. The motto, ipsa cónteret (she will crush you) is taken from the Vulgate, Genesis 3, 15 Where God promises the victory of the Virgin Mary Against the dragon.
Is there anything more you would like to add?
We keep Faith, Hope, and Charity. There is nothing to Doubt and we must beg of God and Our Lady That we are maintained in in Original virtues.

Father, we thank God Greatly, His Most Holy Mother, and Saint Joseph protector of the Church for esta great grace. We ask of God That I May protect and conserve you. We thank you for Having accepted esta Tremendous position and consecrating Bishop Williamson for you as one of the successors of the Apostles. Deo Gratias!

Why a Consecration in 2015? by Dom Thomas Aquinas OSB

Pourquoi un sacre en 2015 ?

March 18
Why a Consecration in 2015?

by Dom Thomas Aquinas OSB

Why a consecration in 2015?
Because the situation remains essentially the same as in 1988. Modernist Rome, which manifested itself at the Council, remains in place and becomes more and more modernist and liberal. The profound perversion of the mind is only intensifying.
But why not wait for the Society of St. Pius X to give us bishops?
Because the authorities of the Society have taken a new direction in relations with Rome.
Do you mean to say that the Society has abandoned the true faith or the fight for the faith?
I mean to say that the leaders of the Society have gradually in recent years, and especially since 2011 and 2012, taken a new direction in their relations with Rome.
But the question is whether or not the Society has abandoned the fight for the faith. What do you think?
The particularity of liberals is inconsistency. The current leaders of the Society have made the fight of the Society inconsistent. The healthy part of the Society is trying to fight this battle as in the past, but the dominant wing, its Superior General at the top with Fr. Pfluger, persecute those who want to continue this fight as before.
Do you have any proof of that?
It is all too abundant. The refusal to ordain the Dominican and Capuchin candidates at the appointed time in 2012 is one. The Benedictines of Bellaigue were also threatened.
But much more serious and significant was the scandalous expulsion of Bishop Williamson, preceded by the order to cease the Eleison Comments. In fact Menzingen does not tolerate us opposing its new orientation. Menzingen does not want us to publicly continue the fight for the faith as before, following Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer.
The district priests are closely monitored and their articles cannot be published without quite strict permission.
But what harm is there in that? Every institution must monitor what is being said in its name!
Not like that. We must punish those who write against the Catholic faith, but not install a regime like the one Bishop Fellay already did.
In addition, those with a liberal tendency have broad permission to write, while the book of Father Pivert is removed from sale. Le Sel de la Terre is frowned upon and removed from press stands. The most faithful priests are disavowed or even punished or expelled.
Unfortunately, examples abound. The list is already long enough, while the GREC was able to work peacefully and Father Pfluger gives his scandalous interviews without being disturbed.
But there are good articles in Le Chardonnet, for example. Isn’t it wrong to say that the anti-liberals are persecuted in the Society?
Yes, there are still some good articles in Le Chardonnet, and not only in Le Chardonnet. Unfortunately, this is far from preventing the accordist tendency of Menzingen to move forward.
Do you mean, basically, that Menzingen is betraying the fight for the faith?
Yes, Menzingen is betraying the fight for the faith. That is why a consecration has become necessary to assure the continuity of the work of Archbishop Lefebvre, especially as Bishop Fellay now refuses to ordain candidates opposed to his policy, as is the case for several religious communities of men to whom he also refuses the Holy Oils (necessary to baptize children and give extreme unction to the dying). “We continue,” very simply, as Archbishop Lefebvre used to say. And we believe that good Catholics support us from the bottom of their heart.
If we seem to be too hard towards Menzingen, take the time to go through the long series of events that have marked the history of Tradition in recent years and you will see that the two most combative bishops of Tradition were, one, expelled from the Society, the other, silenced, at least in part. Added to this are the iniquitous trials of Fr. Pinaud and Fr. Salenave, and still so many facts.
What do you think about the candidate chosen?
He was chosen by Archbishop Lefebvre in 1988. He proposed another name. It is to his credit. Today he accepts this heavy burden. We are deeply grateful to him.
To conclude, let us also and especially give our gratitude to Bishop Williamson who knew how to protect and transmit the legacy received from the hands of Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer, which is none other than the deposit of the faith entrusted by Our Lord to the Apostles.
A final appeal. Read the works ofArchbishop Lefebvre. Everything is there. Read also the Eleison Comments to understand the seriousness of the current evil.
Corçâo said: “Only the saints believe in evil.” Deep words which are a warning. May Our Lady help us to see the evil where it is, to work with her, she who has always crushed the head of the infernal serpent. “Ipsa conteret.” That is the motto of the one who, God-willing, will tomorrow be Bishop Jean-Michel Faure. May Our Lady bless him and protect him “ad multos annos”.


Pourquoi un sacre en 2015 ?
par dom Thomas d’Aquin OSB

Pourquoi un sacre en 2015 ?
Parce que la situation reste essentiellement la même qu`en 1988. La Rome moderniste qui s`est manifestée au Concile reste en place et devient de plus en plus moderniste et libérale. La perversion profonde de l`esprit ne fait que s`accentuer.
Mais pourquoi pas ne pas attendre que la Fraternité Saint-Pie X nous donne des évêques ?
Parce que les autorités de la Fraternité ont pris une nouvelle orientation dans les rapports avec Rome.
Voulez-vous dire par là que la Fraternité a abandonné la vraie foi ou le combat de la foi? Je veux dire que la direction de la Fraternité a pris progressivement au cours des dernières années, et surtout depuis 2011 et 2012, une nouvelle orientation dans ses rapports avec Rome.
Mais la question est de savoir si oui ou non la Fraternité a abandonné le combat de la foi. Qu’en dites vous?
Le propre des libéraux est l’incohérence. Or la direction actuelle de la Fraternité a rendu le combat de la Fraternité incohérent. La partie saine de la Fraternité essaye de mener ce combat comme par le passé, mais l’aile dominante, son Supérieur Général en tête avec l’abbé Pfluger, persécutent ceux qui veulent continuer ce combat comme avant.
Avez-vous des preuves de cela ?
Elles ne sont que trop abondantes. Le refus d’ordonner les candidats dominicains et capucins à la date prévue en 2012 en est une. Le bénédictins de Bellaigue aussi ont été menacés.
Mais beaucoup plus grave et significatif a été la scandaleuse expulsion de Mgr Williamson, précédée de l’ordre de cesser les Commentaires Eleison. En fait Menzingen ne supporte pas qu’on s’oppose à sa nouvelle orientation. Menzingen ne veut pas qu’on continue publiquement le combat de la foi comme avant, à la suite de Mgr Lefebvre et Mgr de Castro Mayer.
Les prêtres des districts sont surveillés de près et leur articles ne peuvent pas sortir sans des permissions assez strictes.
Mais quel mal y a-t-il en cela? Toute institution doit surveiller ce qui est dit en son nom !
Pas comme cela. On doit punir ceux qui écrivent contre la foi catholique, mais pas installer un régime comme celui que Mgr Fellay a déjà fait.
En outre, ceux de tendance libérale ont des larges permissions pour écrire, tandis que le livre de l’abbé Pivert est retiré de la vente. Le Sel de la terre est mal vu et retiré des stands de presse. Les prêtres les plus fidèles sont désavoués, ou même punis, voire expulsés.
Malheureusement les exemples ne manquent pas. La liste est déjà assez longue, alors que le GREC a pu travailler en toute tranquillité et que l’abbé Pfluger fait ses interviews scandaleuses sans être inquiété.
Mais on trouve des bons articles dans Le Chardonnet par exemple. N’est-il pas faux de dire que les anti-libéraux sont persécutés dans la Fraternité?
Oui, il y encore des bons articles dans Le Chardonnet, et pas seulement dans Le Chardonnet. Malheureusement, cela est loin d’empêcher la tendance accordiste de Menzingen d’avancer.
Voulez-vous dire au fond que Menzingen est en train de trahir le combat de la foi?
Oui, Menzingen est en train de trahir le combat de la foi. C’est pourquoi un sacre est devenu nécessaire pour assurer la continuité de l’œuvre de Mgr Lefebvre, surtout que Mgr Fellay refuse maintenant d’ordonner des candidats opposés à sa politique, comme c’est le cas pour plusieurs communautés religieuses d’hommes, à qui il refuse aussi les Saintes Huiles (nécessaires pour baptiser les enfants et extrémiser les mourants). « On continue », tout simplement, comme Mgr Lefebvre avait coutume de dire. Et nous sommes persuadés que les bons catholiques nous donnent raison au fond de leur cœur.
Si nous semblons être trop durs envers Menzingen, prenez le temps de repasser la longue série des faits qui ont jalonné l’histoire de la Tradition ces dernières années et vous verrez que les deux évêques les plus combatifs de la Tradition ont été, l’un expulsé de la Fraternité, l’autre mis au silence, en partie au moins. A cela s’ajoutent les procès iniques des abbés Pinaud et Salenave, et encore tant et tant de faits.
Que dites vous de l’élu?
Qu’il a été choisi par Mgr Lefebvre en 1988. Il avait alors proposé un autre nom. C’est tout à son honneur. Aujourd’hui il accepte ce lourd fardeau. Nous lui sommes profondément reconnaissants.
Pour conclure disons aussi et surtout notre gratitude envers Mgr Williamson qui a su protéger et transmettre l’héritage reçu des mains de Mgr Lefebvre et de Mgr de Castro Mayer, qui n’est autre que le dépôt de la foi confié par Notre-Seigneur aux Apôtres.
Un dernier appel. Lisez les œuvres de Mgr Lefebvre. Tout y est. Lisez aussi les Commentaires Eleison pour comprendre la gravité du mal actuel.
Corçâo disait : « Il n’y a que les saints qui croient au mal ». Parole profonde qui est un avertissement. Que Notre-Dame nous aide à voir le mal où il est pour travailler avec elle, elle qui a toujours écrasé la tête du serpent infernal. « Ipsa Conteret. » C’est la devise de celui qui, si Dieu le veut, sera demain Mgr Jean-Michel Faure. Que Notre Dame le bénisse et nous le garde « ad multos annos ».

Translation by Unbrandable


What is more important? The place or the Faith?

St. Athanasius, one of the great Doctors of the Eastern Church, earned the title of “Father of Orthodoxy” for his strong and uncompromising defense of our Catholic Faith against the Arian Heresy which affected most of the hierarchy, including the pope. Athanasius was banned from his diocese at least five times, spending a total of seventeen years in exile.

He sent the following letter to his flock which is a powerful lesson for our times:

What saddens you is the fact that others have occupied the churches by violence, while during this time you are on the outside. It is a fact that they have the premises – but you have the Apostolic Faith. They can occupy our churches, but they are outside the true Faith. You remain outside the places of worship, but the Faith dwells within you. Let us consider: what is more important? The place or the Faith? The true Faith, obviously. Who has lost and who has won in this struggle? The one who keeps the premises or the one who keeps the Faith?

Let us reflect upon this stated above quotation of one of the great Doctors of the Catholic Faith and come to our own conclusions. God awaits our love towards Him during the time of our greatest trials, discomforts, physical and /or spiritual suffering rather than during our greatest triumphs.

Life is short — and death is sure;
The hour of death — remains obscure.
A soul you have — and only one;
If that be lost, all hope is gone.
Waste not your time – while time shall last;
For after death, ’tis ever past.
The all-seeing God your Judge will be —
Or heaven or hell, your destiny.
All earthly things will fleet away.
Eternity shall ever stay.


Brother Andrew TOSF



“Remember to wipe your feet, Beth.” Auntie said, giving her usual reminder to preserve her immaculate home, given the extra polish the day before her guests were to arrive. Beth stepped gingerly on the rug and over the waxed oak floor onto the home made rag rug, so as not to put even on scuff mark on said sacred space. Beth and her family were visiting the grandparents, aunts and uncles after a three hour drive. Beth felt happy. She loved her family. No one sat down, having been riding in the car for three hours, but conversed congenially, and then set out for Waterfalls Park.
Mercifully, the oak lined winding road was only twenty minutes to the park with its freedom to run and chatter with the chipmunks and breathe! Soon all were off, all three generations, at various paces, confident to all meet at the falls. It was an idyllic time. The scent of Bay and cool water along the stream enhanced the experience. Her brother Richard ran ahead, trail blazing. Randy, the oldest, dreamily gazed at all the detail of cliff and bush, undoubtedly recording in his mind yet another scene to recreate for his model railroad. Beth just skipped, ran and walked, sometimes going down in the stream to hop from rock to rock, just happy to be moving!
The falls were a special place. One could even wade into the pool below and hide behind the falls in a one person sized cavern and surprise abashed tourists with sudden appearance! Great fun!
After a time, when all had gathered, it was time to go back, as hunger called! The quick paced walk back ended at cloth covered picnic tables, under moss draped, spreading oak trees, where everyone enjoyed the repast of red cabbage and fruit salads, sandwiches, cool drinks and a fudge dessert. As the warm sun began its golden glow descent and full tummies relaxed all into the dreamtime, Grandfather began with stories of the far away homeland, and of the long voyage of The Crossing to a new land. Then it was time to go.
At Aunties, Beth and Mother helped Aunt Elizabeth open the couch, which Uncle Pete had made from red maple, organizing bedding and pillows, and all settled in for the night. Beth dozed to the lull of crickets and starlight softly silvering the thin white curtain covering the picture window.
In the morning, Aunt Elizabeth prepared the distinctive round pancakes of her homeland, left so long ago, when she was Beth’s age. Then these three “girls”, more like sisters to Beth (her parents were older when they married, so they only had three children) hiked off to the town graveyard, picturesque on a bluff overlooking another little stream and canyon, just before Auntie’s home. Auntie straightened the vases and added a few fresh picked wildflowers before granite markers, engraved in old lettering, of friends of the grandparents who had passed on.
All of a sudden Aunt Eva exclaimed, “Hush! They’re here!” Grandmother arrived in her hand made, lace trimmed black and white cape, with a smile and greeting in the most gracious, warm voice one had ever heard, lighting up the entire room. Grandfather smiled and shook hands with the men and gave a little bow, hat in hand, to the ladies. All were seated for about five minutes, and then all invited to sit at table. Uncle Pete sang the blessing, praising God, to the families’ bowed heads.
After the meal, the ladies retired to the kitchen to hand wash a huge amount of dishes. Beth’s brothers went down to the river to pick cattails and pussy willows for Grandmother. Dishes were washed quite quickly, with so many hands to help, one to scrape, one to wash, one to dry and one to put away. Then all retired to the living room to sip coffee with cookies. Beth enjoyed listening to the good natured conversation during “coffee” after the luncheon chores were done, about the little foibles of neighbors, for which they had affection. Aunt Elena smiled and talked about the time everyone met at the local beach when Great Aunt Anna visited from The Homeland.
Afterwards, Beth and her mother walked to the Grandparents home. They passed a large, grassy yard with a sorrel horse grazing in it. It raised its head as they passed in curiosity. Beth wished it were hers! They entered Grandfather’s garden with the little rock lined well, on narrow pathways between all the flowers and fruit bushes, to the garage where Grandfather was working in his woodshop. Beth loved the smell of the fresh walnut, cherry and oak wood shavings fallen on the floor. She enjoyed looking at the signs. “How did you make this nubby background between the letters?” Beth asked. Grandfather showed her a couple of tools, when she asked how it was carved. There were rounded tools and squared off ones, with wooden handles. There was a hammer and a metal tool where a background design could be pounded into the wood for the nubby effect. He also made fine furniture, though not so many pieces as when he was young. Then they said good bye, not staying long, for older people tire more easily.
Walking back in the warm sunshine, Beth dreamed happily of growing up and joining the church where she saw the wonderful vision of Jesus and Mary, when she grew up. In the meantime, she had her best friend in Isabella, her family and her comforting vision. The End.
#1 Pencil sketch of waterfall #2 Watercolor of sorrel horse.


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God bless,

Hope within the SSPX?

A recent EC comments “let us present one encouraging sign that his Society is not yet completely dead: quotes from a sermon given on January 1 of this year in Chicago by Bishop Tissier de Mallerais, one of the four bishops consecrated for the SSPX in 1988. ”
Is it safe then to stay in the SSPX?
Review the information in https://ecclesiamilitans.com/primary_sources_for_studying_the_crisis_in_the_sspx_2012.pdf and you will see that as long as documents such as the 2012 General Chapter Statement and the recent interview of Fr Pfluger are not retracted, the SSPX are not following the path outlined by the Archbishop.

Therefore we cannot say that it is safe to stay within the SSPX.
The 2015 sermon here was excellent and His Excellency did give an excellent sermon in 2014 and one in 2013 – but only once a year?
I am sorry, but the SSPX has not yet resurrected from the dead.

The Religion of Charity

The Dominicans have an exceptional article outlining how life was quite different in pre-Christian societies as compared to the Social Reign of Christ. Now that we are in the post-Christian era, we will likely revert to the behaviour found in the pre-Christian era.
The article does have one major flaw – it neglects to mention the Franciscan influence on society. We will put a link to the article anyway …



Our Young People for the Kingship of Christ is one way of working towards the Social Reign of Christ. Reminder to the young people – please send in your contributions.