Sr. Mariana Receives the Cord of St. Francis of Assisi

On Thursday May 14, 2015 (Ascension Day), Sr. Mariana was invested by Fr. David Hewko with the cord of St. Francis of Assisi to become the first invested member in Ontario of the Archconfraternity of the Cord of St. Francis under the direction of the SSPX-Marian Corps.  Deo gratias!  Sr. Mariana took this name in honour of Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres, the Conceptionist nun who received apparitions of Our Lady of Good Success in Quito, Ecuador during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.  Our Lady of Good Success prophesied about the evils of our times.


Information about the Archconfraternity of the Cord of St. Francis may be found here.


Home from the Hospital


A young parishioner who was in the hospital in Toronto is back home with his family. May his health continue to improve!

Deo Gratias!




TE DEUM laudamus: te Dominum confitemur. O GOD, we praise Thee: we acknowledge Thee to be the Lord.
Te aeternum Patrem omnis terra veneratur. Everlasting Father, all the earth doth worship Thee.
Tibi omnes Angeli; tibi Caeli et universae Potestates; To Thee all the Angels, the Heavens and all the Powers,
Tibi Cherubim et Seraphim incessabili voce proclamant: all the Cherubim and Seraphim, unceasingly proclaim:
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts!
Pleni sunt caeli et terra maiestatis gloriae tuae. Heaven and earth are full of the Majesty of Thy glory.
Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus, The glorious choir of the Apostles,
Te Prophetarum laudabilis numerus, the wonderful company of Prophets,
Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus. the white-robed army of Martyrs, praise Thee.
Te per orbem terrarum sancta confitetur Ecclesia, Holy Church throughout the world doth acknowledge Thee:
Patrem immensae maiestatis: the Father of infinite Majesty;
Venerandum tuum verum et unicum Filium; Thy adorable, true and only Son;
Sanctum quoque Paraclitum Spiritum. and the Holy Spirit, the Comforter.
Tu Rex gloriae, Christe. O Christ, Thou art the King of glory!
Tu Patris sempiternus es Filius. Thou art the everlasting Son of the Father.
Tu ad liberandum suscepturus hominem, non horruisti Virginis uterum. Thou, having taken it upon Thyself to deliver man, didst not disdain the Virgin’s womb.
Tu, devicto mortis aculeo, aperuisti credentibus regna caelorum. Thou overcame the sting of death and hast opened to believers the Kingdom of Heaven.
Tu ad dexteram Dei sedes, in gloria Patris. Thou sitest at the right hand of God, in the glory of the Father.
Iudex crederis esse venturus. We believe that Thou shalt come to be our Judge.
Te ergo quaesumus, tuis famulis subveni: quos pretioso sanguine redemisti. We beseech Thee, therefore, to help Thy servants whom Thou hast redeemed with Thy Precious Blood.
Aeterna fac cum sanctis tuis in gloria numerari. Make them to be numbered with Thy Saints in everlasting glory.
V. Salvum fac populum tuum, Domine, et benedic hereditati tuae. V. Save Thy people, O Lord, and bless Thine inheritance!
R. Et rege eos, et extolle illos usque in aeternum. R. Govern them, and raise them up forever.
V. Per singulos dies benedicimus te. V. Every day we thank Thee.
R. Et laudamus nomen tuum in saeculum, et in saeculum saeculi. R. And we praise Thy Name forever, yea, forever and ever.
V. Dignare, Domine, die isto sine peccato nos custodire. V. O Lord, deign to keep us from sin this day.
R. Miserere nostri, Domine, miserere nostri. R. Have mercy on us, O Lord, have mercy on us.
V. Fiat misericordia tua, Domine, super nos, quemadmodum speravimus in te. V. Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, for we have hoped in Thee.
R. In te, Domine, speravi: non confundar in aeternum. R. O Lord, in Thee I have hoped; let me never be put to shame.



Our friends in the Calgary Resistance have finalized their plans for the Rosary Crusade. Please help to spread the word, and unite your prayers to those of the other participants.


We recommend a visit to their website and a viewing of the page which has words of encouragement from key leaders of the Resistance.


Please see:

2nd Crusade Announcement

Official tally sheet
Words of Encouragement from Resistance Leaders are here


Please Pass This Info on to Family and Friends…and Join Us in This




“Fight, Children of the Light, you, the few who can see!” (Our Lady of La Salette)


WHO? All who hold the True Faith, the Faith as Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre received it and handed down to us, without compromise…


WHAT? A Rosary Crusade of the Resistance to unite the intentions of all the resistance rosaries being prayed around the world, uniting our minds and hearts, begging Our Lady to help us in this, our hour of need…praying ‘as one’ for:


1. The Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, as requested by Our Lady at Fatima


2. The conversion of sinners and in reparation for our sins
3. God’s mercy and Our Lady’s protection on us all


…encircling the globe, linking our hearts and minds to form a world-wide, ‘living’ Rosary de la Resistance…surely Our Blessed Mother would hear our cry….


WHY? Because this is the request of Our Lady of Fatima. Just as she asked the children of Fatima to pray many rosaries and make many sacrifices in reparation for sin, so she makes the same request of us now…


WHEN? May 13th, 2015 – October 13th, 2015
2015 is the 98th anniversary of the Apparitions at Fatima. If we heed the words of Jesus to Sr. Lucy at Tuy on June 13, 1929, we realize that time is running out…


WHERE? Wherever we find ourselves in this world, in whatever walk of life, in whatever circumstance…let us pick up our rosaries and pray, pray, pray!


HOW? Email to: (on the 13th of each month)

• # of 5-Decade Rosaries prayed each month (print attached tally sheet)

• Your Name/Resistance Chapel Name
• Province/State, Country


As the tallies are received, the flag of your country will be placed on the world map on our website representing your determination and effort to persevere in this endeavor, wherever you may be. When you click on your flag, your chapel name/city will be represented on its very own ‘bead’ of our ‘living’ Rosary….


“For in every nation which shall hear thy name, the God of Israel shall be magnified on occasion of thee.” (Judith 13:31)


Let us take Bishop Williamson’s words of wisdom to heart:

“Watch and pray, watch and pray! 15 decades every day!”


And, of course, Our Lady would be very pleased with any extra rosaries we may be able to pray, so be sure to include them in your monthly totals, as well!


Keep praying and keep checking for updates!




Veuillez faire parvenir ces informations à votre famille et à vos amis et joignez-vous à nous pour cette
« Luttez, Enfants de la Lumière, vous, les peu qui peuvent voir ! » (Notre-Dame de la Salette)
QUI ? Tous ceux qui ont la Vraie Foi, la Foi telle que Monseigneur Marcel Lefebvre l’a reçue et nous l’a transmise, sans compromis…
QUOI ? Une Croisade du rosaire de la Résistance pour unir les intentions de tous les chapelets de la résistance que l’on prie partout dans le monde, une croisade qui unit nos esprits et nos cœurs, qui supplie Notre-Dame de nous aider dans cette heure, notre heure de besoin. Nous prions comme un seul pour :
1. La consécration de la Russie au Cœur Immaculé de Marie, telle que demandé par Notre-Dame de Fatima
2. La conversion des pécheurs et la réparation de nos péchés
3. La miséricorde de Dieu et la protection de Notre-Dame sur nous tous
…en faisant le tour du monde, liant nos cœurs et nos esprits pour former un Rosaire mondial et vivant de la Résistance…sûrement notre Sainte Mère entendrait notre cri…
POURQUOI ? Car c’est la demande de Notre-Dame de Fatima. Tout comme elle a demandé aux enfants de Fatima de prier de nombreux chapelets et de faire de nombreux sacrifices en réparation du péché, elle fait de même et nous le demande maintenant…
QUAND ? 13 mai 2015 – 13 octobre 2015
L’année 2015 est le 98e anniversaire des Apparitions à Fatima. Si nous tenons compte des mots de Jésus-Christ à la sœur Lucie à Tuy le 13 juin 1929, nous nous rendons compte qu’il reste très peu de temps…
OÙ ? Là où nous nous trouvons dans le monde, dans n’importe quel milieu, dans n’importe quelle circonstance…prenons nos chapelets et prions, prions, prions !


COMMENT ? Envoyez un courriel à : (le 13 de chaque mois) et inclure :
• Le # de chapelets (5 décades) priés pendant le mois (imprimer la feuille de compte ci-jointe)
• Votre nom/le nom de la chapelle de la Résistance
• Province/État, pays
Au fur et à mesure que les comptes seront reçus, le drapeau de votre pays sera placé sur la carte du monde sur notre site web, pour représenter votre détermination et vos efforts à persévérer dans cette entreprise, là où vous vous trouvez. Lorsque l’on clique sur votre drapeau, le nom de votre chapelle et celui de votre ville seront représentés par leur propre « graine » de notre Chapelet vivant…
« Parce que le Dieu d’Israël sera glorifié en vous, parmi tous les peuples qui entendront votre nom. » (Judith 13:31)
Prenons à cœur les sages paroles de Mgr Williamson :
« Veillez et priez, veillez et priez ! 15 décades à chaque jour ! »
Et, bien sûr, Notre-Dame sera heureuse de tout chapelet supplémentaire que nous pourrions prier, alors soyez certains de les inclure eux-aussi dans votre total mensuel !
Continuez de prier et continuez de consulter le site web pour des mises à jour!

In Defence of the Red Light Position

Let us recall what Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre said about those who want to shake hands with the Modernists whilst giving the impression of maintaining the fight for Catholic Tradition:


“And we must not waver for one moment either in not being with those who are in the process of betraying us.  Some people are always admiring the grass in the neighbor’s field.  Instead of looking to their friends, to the Church’s defenders, to those fighting on the battlefield, they look to our enemies on the other side.  “After all, we must be charitable, we must be kind, we must not be divisive, after all, they are celebrating the Tridentine Mass, they are not as bad as everyone says” but THEY ARE BETRAYING US – Betraying us! They are shaking hands with the Church’s destroyers.  They are shaking hands with people holding modernist and liberal ideas condemned by the Church. So they are doing the devil’s work.


“Thus those who were with us and were working with us for the rights of Our Lord, for the salvation of souls, are now saying, ‘So long as they grant us the old Mass, we can shake hands with Rome, no problem.’  But we are seeing how it works out.  They are in an impossible situation.  Impossible.  One cannot both shake hands with modernists and keep following Tradition.  Not possible.  Not possible.  Now, stay in touch with them to bring them back, to convert them to Tradition, yes, if you like, that’s the right kind of ecumenism!  But give the impression that after all one almost regrets any break, that one likes talking to them?  No way!”
(Two Years after the Consecrations, Address to Priests in Econe, Switzerland, September 6, 1990).


One can safely say that many in the current SSPX leadership fit into the category of people that Archbishop Lefebvre condemned in his statement above.  However, what can one say about those SSPX priests who do not agree with the current SSPX leadership’s position, but refuse to publicly speak out against the new direction?  Would Archbishop Lefebvre condemn them too?  In order to make a fair assessment, I think that one really needs to answer this question:  Is the public silence of the SSPX priests regarding the public liberalism of their leadership a betrayal of the Faith?  I answer in the affirmative.  Without getting into subjective judgements of the souls of any SSPX priests (or laymen), the following is my argument.


One does not have to positively accept or actively promote a liberal idea in order to be a traitor. A soldier that allows the enemy in because of fear for his life is still a traitor, albeit to a lesser degree than a soldier who accepts money to let the enemy in.  The essence of the two acts are, nevertheless, the same.  Furthermore, by the priests’ public silence, they allow their leadership to publicly represent their stance (e.g., the April 15, 2012 Doctrinal Declaration, the 2012 General Chapter Six Conditions, etc.).  To illustrate the importance of this point more clearly, here is an example.  If I were a member of a political party that was pro-life in its policy and then the leadership of the party convened and changed the policy to pro-abortion without requiring me to sign anything in agreement with the new policy but requiring me to not publicly oppose the new policy under the threat of being kicked out of the party, would it be morally licit for me to keep quiet?  No.  I would be morally obligated to publicly speak out.  What if, however, the policy was not changed but the leadership began and continued to publicly show leniency towards abortion despite private protests to retract the leniency; would it now be morally licit for me to keep quiet?  No.  I would still be morally obligated to publicly speak out.  In either case, my public silence would be a betrayal of the pro-life stance regardless if I am personally, perfectly pro-life and never positively speak or display otherwise.  The same line of reasoning, then, is applied to SSPX priests who remain publicly silent on the liberalism of their leadership.


What about the layman who assists at Masses of these SSPX priests?  Well, given the betrayal on the part of the SSPX priest, even if he were otherwise doctrinally orthodox and even if one’s own Faith is not placed in harm by attending his chapel, to actively unite in the greatest act of worship with a priest who remains publicly silent in the face of the public liberalism of his leadership is a co-operation, on the part of the layman, in that act of betrayal.  Why?  We are not speaking here about the layman simply enjoying a cup of coffee with such a priest; rather, we are speaking about the layman uniting with a priest, who is representing himself as an alter Christus in the most eminent degree, in that greatest act of worship (i.e., the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass) which itself is the most magnificent and ultimate expression of that Catholic Faith that the priest, nevertheless, fails to publicly defend in the face of the public liberalism evident in his own backyard.  The layman, by actively uniting with the priest in this greatest act of worship (which again is the magnificent and ultimate expression of the Catholic Faith), implicitly admits the moral uprightness of the priest in regards to the Catholic Faith in both the priest’s public profession and public defence of the same Catholic Faith.    Furthermore, by the fact that the priest’s leadership publicly betrays the Catholic Faith and that the priest remains publicly silent on this betrayal, the priest allows his leadership to publicly represent his stance in regards to the Catholic Faith.  Therefore, the layman also implicitly admits the moral uprightness of the priest’s leadership in regards to the Catholic Faith in both the leadership’s public profession and public defence of the same Catholic Faith.  This co-operation in the betrayal, on the part of the layman, is the case even if the layman publicly speaks out against the public liberalism of the priest’s leadership because the act of the layman’s actively uniting in the greatest act of worship with the priest undermines the layman’s own stance.  As the saying goes, “Actions speak louder than words.”  Therefore, it is an act of hypocrisy and of compromise on the part of the layman.




This Statement was read out by Fr. King in the Mass Centres at Manchester, Liverpool and Tunstall on Sunday 26 April 2015. Printed copies of this Statement were released by Father King for distribution on Sunday, 03 May 2015.


I would like to speak to you today about a very important matter which concerns us all. This matter is the question of what direction the Society is to take in the future. Do we have to follow the same path that we have followed since the Society was founded by the Archbishop in 1970, or is Providence guiding us now in a different direction? Should the Society and Catholic Tradition maintain the same course given by its founder, or must we now change our position to make us more acceptable to the modern world and to the post-conciliar and liberalized church? May I remind you of the stance and position of the Society since its inception which always was to take the middle course between sedevacantism on the right and liberalism and modernism on the left. This was always the prudent and wise choice of our holy founder, to avoid these two erroneous extremes. I believe and so do many others, clergy and laity, that for several years the Society leadership has been moving away from this prudent and safe middle course, to take a new direction towards some kind of rapprochement or reconciliation with modernist Rome. When did this new direction begin and what were the circumstances that favoured it? I would say its origin and cause was the very successful pilgrimage to Rome in the Holy Year of 2000.


Let us now go back in time to the year of the consecrations, 1988. On June 30th of that year, Archbishop Lefebvre consecrated four Bishops for tradition and was punished for this heroic act by a most unjust excommunication. This act the Society has always considered to be invalid. The Archbishop replied in his defence, “excommunicated by whom and from what?”. The following twelve years were like a cold war between the Society and the modernist Roman authorities. The Archbishop was called to his eternal reward in 1991 and Rome was hoping and expecting the Society to fall apart in the years that followed. In fact, the opposite happened as the Society by the grace of God developed and expanded throughout the world and the fruits of Tradition were rich and abundant. The Roman authorities recognized this and the remarkable progress and expansion of tradition was in sharp contrast to the parlous state of the post-conciliar church, victim of the poisoned fruits of Vatican II. The observation of Paul VI that the smoke of Satan had entered the church and that the church was destroying itself, was becoming more and more of a reality as the years progressed. The church was experiencing the greatest crisis in its history and the blind apostles of liberalism and modernism occupying Rome were calling it progress and renewal. This is surely what Sister Lucy described as the diabolical disorientation in the church and the most profound crisis of faith that was leading the church into apostasy. Against this background of disintegration, the Society and Tradition was flourishing simply because it was being faithful to tradition and THAT MIDDLE COURSE which was safe and secure.

This was more or less the state of affairs when in the year 2000 the Society organized a very successful pilgrimage to Rome in the August of that year. It was so successful that the Roman authorities began to take a deeper interest in the work of Tradition and new contacts were established. The Romans could clearly see that the Society was a serious and flourishing organization and they appeared to be well disposed towards us.

It is important to remember at this juncture that the Archbishop always looked to Rome as the centre of unity and took great pains to avoid the accusation of schism by maintaining contact with the Roman authorities. He was also very much aware that he was dealing with liberals and modernists who would use catholic terminology in a different sense. For this reason he would maintain a healthy detachment, keeping a safe distance from the modernist contagion, but always with respect for the office.

Following the success of this pilgrimage, friendly contacts continued through the final years of Pope John Paul’s pontificate who was succeeded by Joseph Ratzinger in 2005 as Pope Benedict XVI. This Pope began to take a great personal interest in the ‘problem’ of Tradition and the Society and began to work energetically towards granting the Society a proper canonical status in the church. Modernist Rome was becoming even more friendly and sympathetic towards the Society. Bishop Fellay petitioned Rome to grant full freedom for the Tridentine Rite of Mass and to lift or withdraw the excommunication of the four Bishops. For the Society this was necessary to establish genuine goodwill on the part of Rome towards Tradition and to foster an atmosphere of confidence and trust amongst the Priests and Laity. Rome acceded to this request as Pope Benedict published Summum Pontificorum and lifted the excommunications in January 2009. A major obstacle was now removed and the process of drawing closer to Rome was gaining momentum. Many in the Society remained unconvinced of Rome’s genuine goodwill given their obstinate attachment to the erroneous teachings and false principles of Vatican II. Still the momentum continued despite the high-level theological discussions which took place during this time between Society and Roman theologians. These talks, which Rome has never published, only served to further demonstrate how far from the Catholic Truth modernist Rome has fallen.

The situation was now developing rapidly to the point that Rome was now offering a concrete practical agreement in early June 2012 and it seems clear that Bishop Fellay was ready to sign it. It appears that the Society would have been granted a Personal Prelature rather like the status of Opus Dei, but the local Bishops would have to give their approval/permission for our apostolate in their dioceses. This was clearly going to be a major problem. At the last minute, inexplicably, Cardinal Muller insisted that the Society accept Vatican II and the New Mass. Bishop Fellay refused the agreement and the talks collapsed. Or so we thought!

You will remember that Bishop Fellay visited us in June 2013 and gave a conference in Liverpool explaining his actions and strategy in dealing with modernist Rome. He told all the Priests of the District in Preston that he engaged in this long and drawn-out process of negotiation with the Roman authorities because he wanted to find out what they really thought. He kept repeating that it was never a question of a purely practical agreement, but if that was the case, then what kind of agreement was it that he was on the point of signing? (We must bear in mind that the 2006 General Chapter had decided that there would be no practical agreement with Rome, without Rome’s clear and unequivocal return to Catholic Tradition). He told me privately that he felt it was his duty to engage the Society in these talks and negotiations. That is quite reasonable, of course, but didn’t we already have the overwhelming evidence of what the Roman authorities thought and believed, and this was emphatically demonstrated anew through these recent talks and their inevitable collapse. The Romans always want us to accept the New Mass and Vatican II—it always was like that in the time of Archbishop Lefebvre and it is even more so today under this revolutionary Pontificate of Francis! Why then we ask, are the negotiations ongoing, and they clearly are? The impression we had after the agreement collapsed was that we would withdraw now from these close contacts as the intention of the Romans had become crystal clear. However, contacts were maintained and this was confirmed recently by Archbishop Pozzo, Secretary of the Ecclesia Dei Commission.

Just to go back to June 2012. I was at Ecône for my Priestly Jubilee and the atmosphere was tense to say the least. I wanted to speak to Fr. Nély who as the Second Assistant is one of Bishop Fellay’s close advisors. He agreed to receive me and I expressed my concerns about a purely practical agreement with Rome without their genuine conversion to Tradition. I then put to him the question: Was it no longer possible for the Society to hold to the position laid out by the Archbishop, which is this MIDDLE COURSE? He did not answer the question directly but said that a whole generation of Catholics are growing up not knowing what it is to be in a normal relationship with Rome. That is not normal, he said, and if we don’t do something about our Canonical situation then we will become schismatic or sedevacantist. It was a very interesting revelation of what thinking lay behind this new strategy of negotiation with Rome on the part of Menzingen. It said it all, in fact. The problem was not with modernist Rome but with the Society which was in an abnormal situation. Who and what had caused the abnormal situation in the first place if not the Council and the modernist conciliar Popes? Did not the Archbishop often say (I heard it repeated with my own ears) “I have no personal views in matters of religion”. He used to say that, in the years following the Council, he found himself in an increasingly isolated position until he was finally alone. He hadn’t moved or changed at all but the church after the Council had abandoned him and rejected two thousand years of tradition to embrace modernist doctrines condemned by the Church. We all rallied to him because we all felt abandoned and betrayed, too, and we recognized in his voice and his actions the voice of Him Who is the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep.

Will there be a signed agreement? Many argue that nothing has been signed so there is nothing to worry about. This is to miss the whole point, as the facts all reveal that there is a tacit agreement already in place. If the marriage has not yet been consummated, the spouses are engaged and betrothed. Many have observed the lack of critical language coming from Menzingen with regard to the scandals and abuses in the Conciliar Church in the last few years and particularly during the present Pontificate. Silence for the most part and when there is a response, at best it is weak and half-hearted. Perhaps there will never be a signed agreement, deemed unnecessary because the Society is already well on the way to becoming another Society of St. Peter and is, to a certain extent, already under the control of the modernist authorities.

Let me give you a perfect example, which brings us up to the present day and clearly demonstrates to what extent the Society has changed and has come under the influence of modernist Rome. On the 19th March, the feast of St. Joseph, Bishop Williamson consecrated Michel Faure a Bishop in a Benedictine monastery in Brazil. Father Faure was ordained in 1977 at Ecône by Archbishop Lefebvre and was chosen by the Archbishop as his personal choice to be consecrated with the three other candidates at Ecône on 30th June 1988. Father Faure informed the Archbishop that Alphonso de Galaretta would be a more worthy choice and so it was the latter who was consecrated and not Father Faure. Had Father Faure remained silent, he would have been a Bishop of the Society for the past 27 years. It was therefore a wise choice and surely a necessary act in order to ensure the continuation of the Priesthood, the Sacraments, the Apostolic Succession and for the salvation of souls. Menzingen issued a statement the following day saying that the Society denounced the consecration: “The Society of St Pius X denounces this episcopal consecration of Father Faure, which despite the assertion of both clerics concerned, is not at all comparable to the consecrations of 1988”. The one thing that is necessary above all else for the life of the Church is the Priesthood and without Bishops there can be no Priests and the Faith will be destroyed. How can the Society denounce this action as the crisis in the Church is immeasurably worse than it was in 1988! I, as a Priest of the Society, do not denounce it but, on the contrary, I applaud it as a most necessary and heroic act. The only conclusion that can be drawn from this denunciation is that the authors no longer think that the crisis is very serious and that they have now a new-found confidence and trust in modernist Rome to provide Catholic Bishops for the future. Objectively considered, this consecration was a positive good for the church of the highest order and I personally cannot understand any reason for denouncing it. If one does, logically one denounces the consecrations of 1988 also. As long as the crisis of Faith continues, such consecrations must be necessary and performed to continue the life of the true Church of Christ. Bishop Fellay and Menzingen have denounced the very act necessary for the survival of the Church! Such an act is a most necessary part of Operation Survival and close cooperation and entente with conciliar and modernist Rome is Operation Suicide.

Letter of Fr Gruner March 12, 2015

Non Possumus posted the letter below. I did a search and found an English translation on the internet.. Most interesting. I wonder if this was discussed with Bishop Williamson when they met after the Confirmations in St Catharines last year?


My friend sent me a letter that Fr. Gruner sent out of March 12, 2015. Here is what it said.


‘I recently returned from Rome, where I went to attend the February installation of the new cardinals. But while I was there, something happened- something soul-shaking! that I did not expect! I spoke to Father Gabriel Amarth, the world’s most famous living exorcist. His words shook me a few things ever have! Fr. Amarth told me that we have but a short time left before the chastisements predicted by Our Lady of Fatima begin to rip our world apart in ways we can hardly imagine! How long? Less than 8 months!



Fr. Amarth told me that unless the consecration of Russia is performed – as our Lady Asked! – by the end of October, 2015, the dark prophecies of Fatima may well come to pass any day after that!


Why did Father Gabriel Amorth tell this to me? So that our Lady’s Apostolate will raise its voice – as never before- to shout the message of Fatima from the Rooftops! And to do this, we must stand together. We must marshal all of our resources, all of our strength and – Wake the world from sleepwalking to its doom!


There is no accidents. All is Providence! Fr. Amarth is at 85, still the chief exorcist of Rome. He has performed tens of thousands of exorcisms and written several books on the subject. He was the handpicked successor of Father Candido, his famed saintly predecessor who himself had special spiritual gifts. Father Amarth knows we are in the final battle with satan and the time is short.



I have met and spoken to Father Amorth many times over the years. This is the first time he has ever told me in plain language how much time we have left – exactly – before the manifest chastisements of the world could begin!’