Anniversary Of King Louis XVI Death

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King Hugh Of Capet, 45th Great Grandfather
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My Great Uncle, Robert of Clermont married Beatrice of Bourbon, forms the Capet-Bourbon Line
The Capet-Bourbon Family Crest

Yesterday, was the Requiem Mass For King Louis XVI, to mark the anniversary of his death and murder by the Socialist, Masonic Thugs.


So, how did King Louis XVI die?

I Quote From Alpha History

“In December 1792, the National Convention placed the deposed Louis XVI on trial. The former king was presented with 33 charges, each describing an act of betrayal, sabotage or failure of leadership.

After weeks of testimony, legal argument and deliberation, all 693 of the National Convention’s deputies voted in favour of the king’s guilt. Subsequent votes condemned him to execution without the right of legal appeal or an appeal to the people.

On January 21st 1793, Louis Capet, as he was then officially known, was carted to the guillotine and decapitated before thousands of his former subjects. The trial and execution of Louis XVI caused a sensation across France and around the world. Kings had been assassinated, overthrown and toppled by military defeat – but for a reigning monarch to be tried and executed in public by his own people was almost unparalleled (England’s Charles I, beheaded in 1649, was one notable exception).


The fate of the king was probably decided after the August 10th attack on the Tuileries. As Louis and his family took refuge in the chamber of the Legislative Assembly, the crowd outside bayed for their arrest and the abolition of the monarchy.

The deputies of the Assembly eventually agreed to both. The former king was suspended from power, arrested and removed to the Temple, an ancient fortress in the northern quarter of Paris. Stripped of his royal and noble titles, Louis became known as ‘Citizen Louis Capet’, a more humble name derived from his ancestors.

Public pressure demanded the king be put on trial, however, there was considerable legal advice against this. The Constitution of 1791, which was still in place when the king was arrested, placed the monarch outside the jurisdiction of the courts. It also protected him from any punishment other than dethronement.

On November 7th 1792, the National Convention’s legislative committee tabled a report asking “Is Louis XVI ‘judgeable’ for the crimes he is imputed to have committed on the constitutional throne?” The Convention would spend much of the next month debating the question.

The September Massacres two months earlier cast a long shadow over these proceedings. Many of the Convention’s deputies had been radical democrats in the Legislative Assembly and the Jacobin club – but the wanton slaughter in early September worried these reasonable men. The revolution seemed to be moving too fast and slipping into mob rule. To put the king on trial and possibly under the guillotine may accelerate unrest and push France into anarchy or civil war.

Two of the Convention’s deputies, Charles-François Morisson and Claude Fauchet, argued that the king could only be tried under the Constitution of 1791; there was no other law that applied to him. Jean-Marie Rouzet believed the king was answerable for his crimes but argued that placing him on trial was provocative, potentially disruptive and not in the national interest.

In contrast, Maximilien Robespierre argued that no trial was necessary. The people had already delivered their verdict on the king, Robespierre argued, with their actions on August 10th.

The Trial Begins


On December 3rd, the National Convention resolved that Louis could and would be put on trial. Controversially, the Convention itself would act as his judge and jury. Because there was no legal precedent or constitutional facility for a legislature to act as a court, the Convention’s decision was highly irregular and of doubtful legality.

The king’s trial began a week later, on December 11th 1792. In the few days available to him Louis assembled a defence team containing some of France’s best lawyers: the gifted orator Raymond de Sèze; François Tronchet, who had interrogated Louis after his arrest at Varennes; and Guillaume Malesherbes, the retired jurist and former minister of state.

These men prepared the king’s defence thoroughly and delivered it with vigour, in spite of the dangers to their careers and their lives. De Sèze, who was given limited time to prepare and had barely slept for four days, delivered a brilliant opening address that focused on the king’s inviolability and the Convention’s unfitness to judge him:

“You want to pronounce on the fate of Louis, yet it is you yourselves who accuse him! You want to pronounce on the fate of Louis, yet you have already declared your views! You want to pronounce on the fate of Louis, yet your opinions are already spread across Europe!”

Louis’ defence

The former king took a close personal interest in his defence. He spent hours each day with his lawyers; their discussions, later described by Malesherbes and Louis’ valet Jean-Baptiste Cléry, were intelligent and lively.

The king had the final say on legal arguments and oversight and approval of all speeches. He would not allow his counsellors to claim he was ignorant of the law, nor would he permit them to invoke pity with emotive language. Under Louis’ instructions, his lawyers instead focused on his constitutional inviolability as monarch and the illegality of the trial.

Raymond de Sèze dissected the charges one by one, skilfully refuting claims that the king was to blame for broken oaths, foreign aggression, émigrés, military failures, bloodshed at the Champ de Mars and the Tuileries.

But while the deposed king had masterful advocates and brilliant men at his side, he was damned by his own testimony. Louis’ utterances in the witness chair, like many of his utterances on the throne, ranged from stubborn and indignant to evasive and vacillating.

To claim the inviolability provided by the constitution, Louis had to present as a monarch who trusted the constitution. Given the political climate inside and outside the Convention, it would have taken a masterful performance to save the former king, but his responses under cross-examination were far from masterful.

Guilty and Guillotine

On January 15th 1793, following a short deliberation, the Convention’s deputies handed down a unanimous guilty verdict, 693 votes to none. A total of 49 deputies chose to abstain or were absent.

The question then turned to the king’s fate. Outside the Convention, the gutter press and the Paris sections screamed for his execution. The Jacobins within the Convention also supported the death penalty.

The Girondins, however, feared the ramifications of bowing to the Paris crowd and executing the king without a public mandate. Since Christmas 1792, Girondin deputies had been lobbying for an appel au peuple (‘appeal to the people’) – in effect, a national referendum on whether the king should die. This issue further exposed the gulf between the Paris-centric Jacobins and the nationally-minded Girondins.

The fate of the king was eventually concluded on January 17th. It was the Jacobins who won the day, gaining the support of the Plain and defeating the motion for an appel au peuple by 424 votes to 283. The Convention then voted 387 to 334 in favour of executing the former king. A group of 72 deputies raised a supplementary motion urging clemency and a reprieve for the king, but this motion was voted down 380 to 310.

The King Condemned

The Convention finalised the former king’s death warrant on January 20th and ordered his execution within 24 hours.

On receiving this order Louis requested a three-day stay of execution, to farewell his wife and children and prepare “to appear in the presence of Almighty God”. Louis was granted a final visit from Marie Antoinette and his children on the evening of January 20th, however, his other requests were refused.

On January 21st, the former Louis XVI, the last absolutist king of France, awoke before dawn and received mass from a non-juring priest. He boarded a carriage and was taken on a circuitous route through Paris, through streets lined with soldiers and sans-culottes. A Royalist plot to rescue the king came to nothing.

At 10 am, the carriage arrived at the Place de la Révolution, formerly the Place de Louis XV, a public square between the Champs-Élysées and the Tuileries. The execution was attended by a crowd exceeding 100,000, so numerous reports of the king’s demise exist. This one comes from a royalist named Bernard, who described the events of January 21st in a letter to his mother:

“[The king] wished to speak to the people from the scaffold but was interrupted by a drum roll and was seized by the executioners, who pushed him straight under the fatal blade. He was only able to say these words in a strong voice: ‘I forgive my enemies. I trust that my death will be for the happiness of my people, but I grieve for France and I fear she may suffer the anger of the Lord’. The king took off his coat at the foot of the scaffold. When someone sought to help him, he said cheerfully ‘I do not need any help’… On the scaffold, the executioner tied his hands behind his back and then cut his hair. After his death, his body and head were taken to the parish cemetery and thrown into a pit 15 feet deep, where they were consumed with quicklime.”


The news of Louis’ execution shocked Europe. In Britain, there was a scathing response to the king’s guillotining. The London press, which by 1792 had written off the revolution as a descent into anarchy, painted the king’s execution as a needless act of regicide. While the bloodthirsty sans culottes rejoiced, wrote The Times, “honest citizens… could not suppress their heartfelt grief and mourned in private”.

Four days after Louis’ death, Britain expelled the French ambassador. The National Convention responded by declaring war on England on February 1st. The Russian empress Catherine the Great also broke off diplomatic relations with France, while the rulers of Austria and Prussia ordered a significant escalation in military action against revolutionary France.

In the United States, a nation which had won its independence with the support of the dead king, the reaction was more restrained. Americans mourned the death of Louis the man – but they did not mourn the death of his monarchy. Some radical American journalists went as far as suggesting that the former king had betrayed his people and had got what he deserved.

“The king had decided on his defence at the time of his interrogation, and it was his decision and his alone. He would defend himself not as an anointed king but as a constitutional monarch who had fulfilled his oath of office. He was determined to fight for his life by providing his innocence in an adversary proceeding. He had no illusions about the outcome of the trial, as he told Malesherbes at their first interview: ‘I am sure they will make me perish. They have the power and the will to do so. That does not matter. Let us concern ourselves with my trial as if I could win, and I will win, since the memory that I will leave will be without stain’.”
David P. Jordan

End Of Quote From Alpha History

Please Watch The Beautiful Requiem Mass For The King

So, how did the son die?  No one talks about him or has a Requiem Mass for him, his death was more brutal and more worse than his father and mother.

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To learn the complete and tragic story of the death of King Louis XVII, Please see this essay by Kyra Cornelius Kramer: The Tragic Death Of King Louis XVII
I urge you all to stay tuned, I will be doing a complete article on the Little King from his Autobiography:

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This is how the Republic, which the United States is based off of treated the King and Queen of France, and the heir, my relatives.  I waited to say something, because I was hoping someone would share the forgotten son of King Louis XVI and how he died, because we only focus on him or his wife, we forget the child, as we forget that children today are human beings as well and we forget them in hot cars or freezing cars, or we forget them when we use contraception that prevents life from ever being conceived, and then we have doctors who take a human life, an innocent human life either in the womb or now, when the child is delivered, this cruel, demonic hatred for life came from, the French Revolt and it’s Masonic Anti-Life Policies.

God Save The King, God Save France!


Amazing Response To Today’s Post Calling For A True Scottish National Party


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Mary, Queen Of Scots, Pray For Us!

Today’s Post, Scotland Needs A True National Party For Catholics: A Scottish Renewal!

It has been amazing today, great re-action on Twitter, many likes and retweets, and great conversation with a Catholic from Edinburgh.  I had a great time speaking to him and listening to some great Scottish Music, thank you for that.

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Let us all keep the line of discussion and communications open, and begin this great renewal of Scotland, if the Catholic Numbers keep increasing, it is time for a true Catholic National Party Of Scotland and restore Scotland as I talk about in today’s post!

Andrew, 43rd Great Grandson to King Malcolm III and Saint Queen Margaret of Scotland, 44th Great Grandson to King Duncan I, 49th Great Grandson to King Donald II, 50th Great Grandson to King Constantine I or Causantin Mac Cinaeda, 44th Great Nephew to King Donald III, 47th Great Grandson to King Kenneth II

Scotland Needs A True National Party For Catholics: A Scottish Renewal!

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Mary, Queen Of Scots, Pray For Us!

My dear fellow Catholic Scots, my dear people, I know you hate hearing from foreigners telling you what to do, I’m not exactly a foreigner, but a Scot, like all the Princes, Kings and Queens of Scotland born not in Scotland, but from Scotland by ancestors.

But recently, in learn the awful truth of Scotland and how our beloved country fell and sharing only the small introductory part, I actually heard from you on the Youtube Channel I run for Ordo Militaris Catholicus, and you thanked me for sharing this information that you never heard, so I am sharing more from what I am learning from the Scottish Historian, Francesco Josepa Dougan.

I am currently reading/studying his paper, Scottish Nationalist Party Founded On Hate & Persecution Of Scottish & Irish Catholics

“By Tom Gallagher 1985. ” The Scottish Historical Review 64, 143-67″. Throughout this chapter Tom Gallagher brings an in-depth view on the hatred displayed and performed by Presbyterian leaders especially during the period dated above.

He notes the victimisation against Irish and Scottish Catholics by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and the report they produced entitled; The Menace of the Irish Race on Our Scottish Nationality.He writes;“George Malcolm Thomson (later a notable journalist and long-standing aide to Lord Beaverbrook) and Andrew Dewar Gibb, (Founder of the SNP) professor of Scots law at Glasgow University were two nationalists who by the end of the 1920s, were writing about the menace from within posed by the ‘Irish’ in Scotland”.He names Annie S. Swan and R. W. Campbell as amongst the worst by writing;“The arch-imperialist R. W. Campbell, of whom it has been said that he seemed to despise anyone who was not a white, Scottish, Boys Brigade member”.

Tom Gallagher writes about Alexander Ratcliffe and the sectarian newspaper he produced The Vanguard and his viscous political party The Scottish Protestant League (SPL).

Gallagher writes about Catholic schools and notes; The ‘religious’ matter which chiefly preoccupied the SPL was the fact that Catholic schools were now maintained by the state under Section 18 of the 1918 Education (Scotland) Act. Previously largely financed from the meagre resources of the 650,000 strong (and mainly working class) Catholic community”.


Ratcliffe and his followers in the SPL were demanding the abolition of Catholic schools and crying that it was ” Rome on the rates”. Gallagher writes;“This slogan conveniently over looked the fact that up to 1918, Catholic ratepayers had been obliged to subsidise non-Catholic schools while having to make other provisions for their own”. These facts that Gallagher brings were these same scenario with Catholic Churches and properties robbed from the Scottish Catholics from 1560.

Ratcliffe was also a contributor to the labour party weekly ‘The Forward’ which Gallagher claims was the premier paper of the Scottish left from 1906 to the 1950s.Tom Gallagher continues; “Ratcliffe belonged to the Scottish Fascists whose leader Weir Gilmour, maintained his anti-Catholicism well into the post-war years.Gallagher writes that Ratcliffe had close ties with militant Protestants in Northern Ireland and referrers to an incident at the newly opened ‘parliament’ at Stormont.

On 2nd of May 1933 when a picture depicting King William of Orange being blessed by an ecclesiastical figure resting on a cloud was attacked by an SPL contingent, The painting was daubed by in paint by Mrs. Mary Ratcliffe and then slashed by councillor Forrester”.

Actually this has always been part and parcel of Presbyterian philosophy as we have seen in recent years the same crimes being committed by their followers, who carried out the slashing of Salvador Dali’s masterpiece St. John of the Cross in a Glasgow museum, not to forget the hundred of churches, monasteries and works of art that they have destroyed throughout the past four hundred and forty years, in Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales.Gallagher informs his reader that Lord Scone, Tory MP for Perth had been honorary president of the Scottish Protestant League.Tom Gallagher goes on about Ratcliffe’s visit to nazi-Germany in August 1939 and his support for the Hitler regime he wrote; “By 1940, the Jews had replaced Roman Catholics as his main bugbear and he

contemptuously referred to the Gorbals district of Glasgow as ‘Jew-land’. Articles entitled in The Vanguard ‘Our Jewish Usurers’, ‘the Jews and crime’ and ‘Why Germany put out the Jews’ and a piece entitled ‘Britain’s Pro-Jew Menace’.

He wrote in Vanguard ‘we are very kind to Roman Catholics in Scotland, of course the reason being that we have no Hitler in our midst to eject Popery. Ratcliffe, a Protestant iconoclast to the last, wanted to see the triumph of Hitler”.

Gallagher introduces John Cormack a Protestant extremist who had been accused of stealing mail from the General Post Office where he worked in Edinburgh in 1932, details are listed by Gallagher of the sectarian violence and hatred by Cormack and his followers known as Protestant Action.The Hope Trust is pointed out by Gallagher as having given out anti-Catholic literature to Bible classes and the Boys’ Brigade for many years.During this period Cormack no doubt spurred on by John White the sectarian moderator of the Church of Scotland, the Protestant Action group were standing for elections and Tom Gallagher notes a bold black headline from the Edinburgh and Leith Observer stating; “Sectarianism Dominating Municipal Election, Wild Ward Meetings, Protestant Storm Troops Adopt Un-Christian Tactics.”

Cormack represented South Leith without interruption from 1938 till 1962.Gallagher wrote that Cormack formed ‘Kormack’s Kaledonian Klan’ he notes;“A paramilitary body derived from the Ku Klux Klan.

He continues to inform his reader;“At the 1935 general election William Fullerton, the leader of the Protestant ‘Billy Boy’ gang came from this part of Glasgow and was a section leader in the British Union of Fascists.”Gallagher points out the evil in these organisations; “On two separate occasions at the Mound (Edinburgh) in June 1940 he (Cormack) was reported as saying that ‘ when Protestants went “over the top”(as in the war) with Roman Catholics, the Protestants should shoot them’, but no action was taken

(by the authorities).

Cormack was elected as a baillie 1955 by his fellow councillors”.

I would like to know the statistics about any Roman Catholics who had the mis-fortune to be tried in a court with Cormack as the magistrate, though this only lends ammunition to my argument that these types of religious maniacs should not be empowered to decide the fate of the proletariat.Gallagher wrote; “The Rev. D. M. McGregor spoke out against the linking of Protestantism with mob violence: “If Protestantism can only be vindicated in such crude ways, its day is nearly done.”From volume 5 of the Open University book ( University of Dundee ) entitled “Major Documents”, published by Tuckwell Press Ltd. 1998.Edited by Anthony Cooke, Ian Donnachie, Ann MacSween and Christopher A. Whatley.I will highlight some of their findings on Document 24 ‘Lord Kames’ Statute Law abridged’.

All seminary priests found in the realm, all receptors of these if found a third time in fault, all sayers of mass, and all wilful hearers of mass and concealers of the same, are subjected to the pains of death, and the confiscation of their moveables. A Protestant servant, if he became a Papist, is to be punished, and must be dismissed his service.If a Papist purchase land, the deed of sale is declared null, and the seller is entitled to retain both the land and the price.

No professed Papist shall be capable of succeeding to an estate; and if a Protestant becomes a Papist he forfeits his estate.Neither shall it be allowed to any professed, or even suspected Papist, to teach any art, science, or exercise of any sort, under pain of 500 merks; and the above penalties may be sued for by any Protestant subject for his own behoof as his reward.

That no adjudication or real diligence shall be competent at the instance of a Papist; neither shall a Papist be capable of becoming tutor, curator, or factor; and if any person or persons presume to employ a Papist, or such as are suspected of Popery, in any of the above trusts, they must purge themselves of Popery, under the penalty of a year’s valued rent, or a fine of 1000 merks.

No Papist past the age of 15 shall be capable to succeed as heir, nor bruik, nor enjoy any estate by disposition or conveyance from any person to whom the said Papist is apparent heir, until he purge himself of Popery. The heir under 15 must purge himself of Popery before succeeding as heir, and if here refuse to do so his right shall go to the next Protestant heir.Presbyterians are appointed to summon before them all Papists, and those suspected of Papistry, in order to satisfy the Kirk; and if Papists do not produce sufficient certificates of their having given due satisfaction to the Kirk, they shall be declared rebels, put to the horn, and both their single and life-rent escheated.

Further, that whoever receipts, supplies or entertains, such persons after denunciation aforesaid, shall incur the penalty of single and life-rent escheat.”Source: Lord Kames, Statute Law Abridged, quoted in Senex (psued) 1884 Glasgow Past and Present Vol. 11, Glasgow, 163-4.On the same page of this document listed as Notes 2, ( Scots Magazine 1756, 100 ) itstates;”On the 1st of March, 1756, Hugh M’Donald, brother of M’Donald of Morra, was tried at Edinburgh before the High Court of Judiciary, at the instance of the Lord Advocate, for refusing to purge himself of Popery.

Being asked ‘whether he was willing to take the formula prescribed by Act 1700-3′ he declared, ‘that he was not at freedom of conscience to do it.’He was then found guilty in terms of libel, and sentenced to be banished from the kingdom, never to return under pain of death.’From the same book Document 25, Religion, entitled (The Encrease of Popery in the Highlands) the writer examines the Church of Scotland documents from ministers;

“This is one of a number of reports written by groups of Highland ministers of the Church of Scotland concerning the growth of Roman Catholicism in the Highlands.In much of the area, Presbyterianism had never been fully established, but during the first half of the eighteenth century the attempt to Presbyterianise the people was seen as the key to the ‘hearts and minds’ element of suppressing Jacobitism.

These accounts show how Catholicism was relatively flourishing and how the work of the Presbyterian clergy was difficult. Dated 19 May, 1714. I will show some of the findings of this document such as;“Priest Frazer is entertained in The Duke of Gordon’s family.” “There are above six hundred Papists in the paroch of Bellie, & in Kinnore & Dumbennan the Papists are equal in numbers to the Protestants.” “The Papists in the said bounds have of late set up private schools which are taught by Popish women.”

There are in the paroch of Inveraven two hundred and seventy Papists.”“In the paroch of Lochaber the priests swarm like Locusts.”

“There are four large tracts of ground in the presbytery of Lorne upon the continent vizt: Muirdart, Arasaig, Morhirr & Knoidart contiguous to one another, which are altogether Popish.” “The Isles of Rum, Egg & Canna are all Popish. The Isle of South Uist is all Popish.”“These Countreys and Islands were never Reformed from Popery.

And generally all the relations followers & tennants of Clanronald, through all his Lands both in the Continent & Isles are all Papists.” “In these countreys there are to the number of two thousand Papists.” One must take into account how many Scottish historians have claimed that the Reformation was an overnight success yet we see from this document that there were thousands of Catholics and many priests, this was over 150 years after the Reformation.

Today in the 21st-century Scotland still has desperate problems, especially when a man such as Pope John Paul II accused the nation of being non-Christian.

I cannot recall recent Pope’s describing Scotland in a manner that the present Pope has made, however this declaration is of no great surprise considering the atrocities and abuses that have been performed by Protestant/Presbyterian’s over the past centuries.

Written and researched by;

Frank J Dougan”


I now ask, what is needed?  The Irish and Scottish Catholics in Scotland need to form their own party, there is currently, 841,000 Catholics in Scotland, big enough to create a Majority Government to remove the Socialist, Anti-Catholic, Anti-Scottish SNP Party from power.  No more being ruled by a government that hates our history, hates our country of Scotland, and the truth of our history can be re-told and taught again in schools, where we can change the Constitution back to being Scottish, Catholic.

If the Presbyterian Church wants to have their own “churches” for their Protestant services, then they can build their own, but must give back all Catholic Property and leave, and can purchase land of their own, setup those quick buildings like we have in the States, big and nice, then proper permits on building their own religious buildings.

Those who attack Catholic parishes in Glasgow, members of the Orange Protestant Masonic Temple, must be held accountable and no Religious Hatred must be tolerated.

Borders Secured, Scottish Exit from the EU and the UK, where the Scottish Majority, Catholics, elect Catholics who are authentically Catholic, who support Pro Life with no exemptions; meaning all life is protected, even in the cases of rape & incest, because the child formed in the womb by that evil act is innocent.

No Euthanasia, all life from the unborn, born, elderly, ill, everyone must be protected!

Traditional Marriage; 1 Man & 1 Woman must be protected, defended and promoted, so to, big families and do the big families bill that Hungary is doing to grow the population back up above the replacement number of people.

All Abortion & Contraception, Pornography: in Music videos, movies, TV, magazines, internet must be outlawed and banned.

Islam and the Koran banned, no more allowing in fake refugees just to setup no go zones, and creating Jihadi Networks in Europe or any where, the good Imam of Peace, is always welcomed, he speaks out against Traditional Islam that fosters Terrorism.

What would it take for this to happen? Brave Catholic Clergy who actually believes and teaches Authentic Catholicism and not that watered down, Protestantized Catholicism being promoted by the Vatican. Also, the laity to use the Internet and learn their Faith, learn the actual history of Scotland, speak up, do peaceful rallies demanding all of this that I laid out.

To the Catholic Laity, you can read the Writings of the Church Fathers Online, The Summa Theologica of Saint Thomas Aquinas Online, The Douay Rheims Bible Online, The Writings of Henry Edward Cardinal Manning Online, The Writings of John Henry Cardinal Newman Online, The Works of Saint John Cardinal Fisher Online, Saint Thomas More’s Writings Online, and so many more!

Go learn Your Faith! It is all free and online for you to study! Learn Your Faith and Restore Scotland!

God bless you and May my dear Great Grandmother, Saint Queen Margaret of Scotland Pray and Intercede For Us!


“What Do You Believe?”My Fellow Catholics: A Lack Of Faith In Catholics Today


From the Catechism Of The Council Of Trent: The Creed: Article 1

What Does it mean to Believe?

I Believe” “The word believe does not here mean to think, to suppose, lo be of opinion; but, as the Sacred Scriptures teach, it expresses the deepest conviction, by which the mind gives a firm and unhesitating assent to God revealing His mysterious truths. As far, therefore, as regards use of the word here, he who firmly and without hesitation is convinced of anything is said to believe.”

From the Catechism Of The Council Of Trent: The Creed: Introduction

What Is Faith?

Faith” “In preparing and instructing men in the teachings of Christ the Lord, the Fathers began by explaining the meaning of faith. Following their example, we have thought it well to treat first what pertains to that virtue.

Though the word faith has a variety of meanings in the Sacred Scriptures, we here speak only of that faith by which we yield our entire assent to whatever has been divinely revealed.”

Necessity Of Faith” “That faith thus understood is necessary to salvation no man can reasonably doubt, particularly since it is written: Without faith it is impossible to please God. For as the end proposed to man as his ultimate happiness is far above the reach of human understanding, it was therefore necessary that it should be made known to him by God. This knowledge, however, is nothing else than faith, by which we yield our unhesitating assent to whatever the authority of our Holy Mother the Church teaches us to have been revealed by God; for the faithful cannot doubt those things of which God, who is truth itself, is the author. Hence we see the great difference that exists between this faith which we give to God and that which we yield to the writers of human history.”

Unity Of Faith” “Faith differs in degree; for we read in Scripture these words: O thou of little faith, why didst thou doubt; and Great is thy faith; and Increase our faith. It also differs in dignity, for we read: Faith without works is dead; and, Faith that worketh by charity. But although faith is so comprehensive, it is yet the same in kind, and the full force of its definition applies equally to all its varieties. How fruitful it is and how great are the advantages we may derive from it we shall point out when explaining the Articles of the Creed.”

The Office Of The Papacy from Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Gospel of Saint Matthew 16:16-20:

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A report on the White House Petition To President Trump To Protect The Elderly, including Pope Benedict XVI, will be released in a few hours, Rome Time, but released early on our blog, and a handful of Catholics liked, shared, retweeted said petition, but not one actually did their own post on it, on their own news site, Youtube Channel, etc.  But what is more surprising, the faith and love of our Pope Emeritus among the Protestants who actually left comments wanting him to be safe.

What does that say to you Catholics, small “c” Catholics, that Protestants have more love for our beloved Pope Benedict to leave well wishing comments on the Youtube Video and Post on the White House Petition?

Even though still Pope, but retired, does he not deserve protection from any mistreatment from the horrible liberal, socialist Gay Mafia members in the Vatican?

He is the same age as His Holiness Pope Leo XIII, 93 years old and his mind and everything is still there to write that amazing book with Robert Cardinal Sarah on the Priesthood.  The confirmations of Archbishop Carolo Maria Vigano deserves to be heard and taken serious of any kind of abuse that Pope Emeritus is receiving and be taken away from the evil men and women in the Vatican to a place of peace and security!

I tell you, my fellow Catholics, wake up, smell the coffee and restore your belief and faith in the Papacy and what Our Lord gave the Church!