Come to find out, our own Bishop McKnight of the Diocese of Jefferson City is said to have been in Chicago that day.
Photo credit: Vatican Media Yesterday I attended a special Mass followed by the Consecration Prayer at St. Joseph's in Westphalia. The pews were packed, albeit mostly with parish school kids and, I'm guessing, fifty or sixty adults. I had expected far more. How was your experience? Did you attend a local consecration? Was the church… Continue reading What now?
As I write here, naysayers are at work to shred all hope in the validity of tomorrow's Consecration of Russia/Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It's easy to succumb to the negativity. Don't! I say, as much to myself as to you.
[photo credit: catholicleader.com.au] It's happening. The saga of Our Lady of Fatima's quest for the consecration and conversion of Russia, divinely destined to take place but circumvented at every turn for more than 100 years, is taking shape as I write this. The darkness of uncertainty abounds as hand-wringing and speculation continue, but rays of… Continue reading Bishop McKnight calls for consecration of Russia/Ukraine
I was overjoyed to hear yesterday's breaking news that Pope Francis will consecrate Russia (and Ukraine, which is for all practical purposes Russia) on Friday, March 25 . . . that is, until I quickly realized he has not as yet ordered the world's bishops to participate, as directed by Our Lady. Since then, Latin American bishops have stated… Continue reading Our Mother awaits. Her children pray. The world suffers.
This is not a joke, but there is perhaps a punchline: Are the popes Catholic?! Truly, there’s nothing humorous whatsoever about two elderly vicars of Christ getting their COVID-19 vaccines this week and kicking off the Vatican’s campaign for everyone to follow suit. But now that I have your attention, please ponder with me the… Continue reading Two popes walk into a vaccination clinic…