Thursday, May 29, 2008

May 30, Feast of Saint Joan of Arc -- who would she be fighting today?

I'd like to make a tribute to Saint Joan on her feast day.

Many speak of Napoleon's military genius. Well, in my opinion, Saint Joan of Arc was such a military genius, that she outshone him like the sun does a simple star.

Moreover, St. Joan realized that victory always comes from God.  She used to say: "We must fight so that God will grant us victory.”

I believe that if Saint Joan were alive today, she would be part of TFP-America Needs Fatima's moral crusades to spread the Fatima message, stop blasphemy, and oppose the homosexual agenda. 

Saint Joan of Arc, again, if alive today, would surely be a dynamo of peaceful and legal action in favor of the traditional family and all pro-life causes.

Because today, the homosexual agenda is making efforts to destroy the legitimate family as God made it.  The decision of the CA Supreme Court to allow same-sex "marriage," against the will of the people, is the most recent attack on the family.

Our book, Defending a Higher Law: Why We Must Resist Same-Sex “Marriage” and the Homosexual Movement, unmasks the myths of the homosexual agenda.

Our book proves the falsity of many arguments of the homosexual movement, such as: the lie that 10% of the male population is homosexual, the reality that no homosexual instinct exists in animals and the fact that there has been no scientific evidence to suggest that homosexuality is an innate or unchangeable condition.

Our book answers three main questions:

1) Who is behind the homosexual agenda?

2) What are its weaknesses?

3) What strengths do we as Catholics have to resist this movement?

Our main strength lies in that fact that God is on our side.

We know that we cannot lose.  But this does not mean that we can sit around and do nothing. God wants us to work with Him.

That is where I bring in our saint of today, Saint Joan of Arc. She used to say: "We must fight so that God will grant us victory.”

Of course, our fight is always one of prayer, one that is entirely peaceful and lawful.

Above all, we know that Our Lord Jesus Christ, through the intercession of Mary Most Holy, will multiply our efforts, as He multiplied the loaves and the fishes, and grant victory to His cause.

Our Lady of Fatima promised us this victory.  She said: "In the end, my Immaculate Heart will Triumph!"

May Saint Joan of Arc in Heaven before the Throne of The Almighty, beg God and Our Lady on her feast day of May 30 to hasten that glorious day.

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