Saturday, December 19, 2015

From the WAF: BLASPHEMOUS DEMONSTRATION AGAINST VIRGIN MARY CALLS US TO PRAYER AND REPARATION



Dear Blue Army Members:

A group of satanists plan to perform a blasphemous demonstration against the Virgin Mary on Christmas Eve in front of the historic St. Joseph Cathedral in downtown Oklahoma City.
 
The small group, led by Adam Daniels who received city approval to hold a satanic "black mass" last year, now has approval for a display entitled, "Virgin Birth is a Lie." Daniels plans to cover a statue of Mary in sulfur powder and ash and pour fake blood over it. The blood is to "add another layer of corruption to Mary, which is an emblem of the Catholic Church," he stated.
 
Archbishop Paul S. Coakley issued this statement: "Though disgusted by the audacity of the planned event, I am discouraging parishioners and others from giving this group the attention they seek, and instead inviting all to focus our attention on celebrating the joyful birth of Our Savior, Jesus Christ. On this holy night, we will give thanks to God and honor the Holy Family in reparation for these planned outrages against Jesus, Mary and Joseph."
 

The First Saturdays Communion of Reparation that Our Lady and Our Lord requested at Fatima calls us to make reparation for five blasphemies against the Immaculate Heart of Mary:
 
1. Against her Immaculate Conception
2. Against her Virginity
3. Against the Divine Maternity, while refusing to receive Her as the Mother of    
     mankind
4. By those who try to publicly implant in the hearts of children indifference,
     disrespect, and even hate against the Immaculate Mother.
5. By those who insult Her directly in Her Sacred Images.
 
The Oklahoma City demonstration certainly covers all five of the "thorns" that pierce Our Mother's Heart.
 
Please join with Archbishop Coakley in offering prayers and sacrifices to atone for this act, and let us welcome the Holy Family on Christmas Eve, into our hearts and homes.
 
Saturday, January 2 is the first First Saturday of 2016. If you haven't already done so, join our campaign to increase the practice of the First Saturdays Communion of Reparation as a Centennial Gift to Our Lady. 
 
May the peace of Christmas be with you,
  
 
David Carollo
Executive Director

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