Hear Our Prayer
It is becoming clearer that a majority of United States citizens do not, unlike orthodox Catholics, see things like Archbishop Charles Chaput, who writes, "Many social issues are important. Many require our attention. But some issues have more weight than others. Deliberately killing innocent human life, or standing by and allowing it, dwarfs all other social issues ... "
They would, it seems, rather vote for an inexperienced junior U. S. Senator with a sterling record voting pro-abortion for President.
From this falling stone of murdering the God-given new life in a mother's womb, comes an avalanche of succubi all highly fashionable and tantalizing to the denizens of modernity: freedom from responsibility, a pipe dream of financial security, euthanasia, degeneracy, false transcendence of paganism - a veritable worshiping the pantheon of the worst elements of fallen humanity's instincts, drives, and passions - all under the aegis of luciferian logic, a hierarchy of secular academic degrees and other verisimilitudes of sanction that the world offers.
So, my Mass'keteers and I will continue our vigilant efforts of Catholic chivalry - prayer, observance, discipline, thought and action - in devotion to Our Lady and her great Lord. And we will proffer the following, hoping against hope that the Holy Spirit will move more hearts before the fateful vote.