Sunday, December 11, 2011

Captains overcome cold, snow, wind and human respect to defend God’s marriage


(Rally captain stands for traditional marriage in snowy downtown Omaha, NE, on Thursday, feast of the Immaculate Conception.)

Captains in the national traditional marriage crusade on Thursday, December 8, feast day of the Immaculate Conception, overcame every type of obstacle to hold rallies in support of God’s marriage, to oppose the advancing homosexual revolution, and to celebrate Our Lady’s special day.


While the weather was pleasant for rally participants in San Bernardino, Ca., (see above photo) it was snowing in Omaha, Ne., as you saw in the photo at the top of this post.

There were a good number of honks in support of the rallies from the general public, plus a few middle fingers and a few obscenities. 

But the dedication and commitment of the rally captains was what impressed me the most.  One lady who is almost 90 years old, (pictured below) stood in the cold wind to pray the Rosary and hold a sign for God’s marriage.


These sacrifices are not in vain.  Much to the contrary. 

We pray that Our Blessed Mother will present them to Her Divine Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, asking Him to send America graces of protection for the sacred institution of the family that is being so intensely attacked by the radical homosexual agenda.

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