The Merchants Mourn Over Their Cargo of Gold, Precious Stones and Souls of Men

Father H. Bernard Kramer interprets the Apocalypse in ‘The Book of Destiny’ 1955

After the destruction of New Babylon (Rome) in One HOUR  in the previous verse, the merchants at sea watch the fire and smoke of the devastation weeping and mourning.

Chapter XVIII  V. 11  “And the merchants of the earth weep and mourn over her,  (New Babylon/Rome) burning because no one buyeth their cargo anymore;  a cargo of gold and silver and of precious 12. stones and of pearls and of fine linen and of purple and of scarlet;  all manner of scented wood, and all manner of work in ivory, and all manner of work in costly wood, and in bronze and iron and marble;  cinnamon and balsom and incense and myrrh,12 . frankincense and wine and fine flour and oil and wheat and cattle and sheep, with horses and carriages and slaves – and SOULS OF MEN”

Father K:  “The business men in antichrist’s empire next take up the hymn of mourning.  All they regret is the loss of their profitable trade.  The excess profits they realized out of their activities of luxury enabled them to lead a voluptuous life.  That prosperity came to an end as suddenly as it flared up.  And these merchants shall suffer heavy losses because no one will buy their goods any more.  They have no regrets for the death of the city’s inhabitants.

The text does not indicate that any deep symbolic meaning is attached to any of the articles of trade mentioned.  These were all costly luxuries in Roman times bought and used by the wealthy.  All express elegance and pomp.”

Except for the last.

“The last item of sale mentioned … the souls of men … suggests that there shall be a horrifying white-slave traffic in the world of antichrist promoted by the wicked merchants.”   Father H. Bernard Kramer  1955



Nuestra Señora de Fátima

Dear Lady of Fatima, Save Our Children We Pray!




Apocalypse tells of Rome/New Babylon Being Destroyed in One Hour: The Merchants Mourn At The Smoke of Burning

Chapter XVIII  V. 4-9 Father Kramer prophesies a nuclear destruction for only that could destroy Rome in one hour.  God warns his faithful people to get out of the city.

“And I heard another voice out of heaven saying “Come out of her my people in order that ye share not in her sins and partake of her plagues for her sins are heaped up to heaven and God hath remembered her iniquities.”

Father K:  “The sins of new Babylon (Rome) have grown to such enormities that they cry for vengeance before the throne of God.  There shall be Catholics in the doomed city up to the day of her destruction.  They are warned by their pastor.  As God sent angels to lead Lot out of Sodom, and as He warned the Jews to flee from ancient Babylon  (Jer.  LI. 6;  Zach. II. 6-8)  so He warns the true believers to depart lest they be punished with the city before the sentence is executed.                                        images 2.jpg “Render to her even as herself hath rendered and give her double according to her works;  in the cup which she hath mixed, mix for her as much again;  as much as she has glorified herself and wantoned in luxury, so much give her of torment and mourning.  Because she sayeth in her heart, “A queen I sit, no widow am I, and, mourning I shall not see.  Therefore in one day her plagues shall come, death and mourning and famine.  With fire she shall be consumed;  for the Lord God is strong, who judgeth her. ” (she shall receive double punishment)

“The kings of the earth who committed fornication and wantoned in luxury with her shall weep and wail over her, when they see the smoke of her burning.  They shall stand afar off through the fear of her torment,  and shall say:  Woe Woe, the great city Babylon the strong city, in one hour shall they judgment come.”

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Father K:  “If the city is annihilated in one day, famine would not set in.  Yet if all business is broken off during the plagues and not resumed, famine might have begun before the day of doom.  Flight shall not be possible because in ONE HOUR the city shall be a heap of smoking ruins.  Atomic bombs  (1955 writing)  dropped by a powerful air squadron could annihilate any modern city in so short a time and kill every living soul within it.  At the time these revelations were written it seemed a sheer impossibility for the military forces of ten kings to annihilate a city like Rome of four million inhabitants in one day, or rather, in ONE hour.

This thought would arise in the mind of the reader, and, therefore St. John adds the reason why it is possible -because God the Judge is ALMIGHTY.

They have thought, spoken and lived their scorn of God, and therefore their almighty Creator shall let them be crushed in their pride.”





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The Fall of New Babylon Apocalypse Ch. XVIII Verses 1-5 Rome Laid Waste

Interpretations by Father Sylvester Berry in:    ‘The apocalypse of St. John’ 1920    

The Beast (antichrist) has made war upon Rome and laid it waste with fire and sword.  St. John the Apostle continues to take notes while recording his visions on the Isle of Patmos to where he was banished by the Emperor Diometian for his faith some 36 years after the Crucifixion.” The time is definately stated by Irenaecus to have been towards the end of Dometians reign (V30,3)  Iraenus writes that he met and tarried with Polycarp, the disciple of St. John.  The testimony of Eusebius agrees with that of Irenaeus. ” P.7 Book of Destiny

V.1   “And after these things, I saw another angel come down from heaven, having great power;  and the earth was enlightened with his glory.”Mighty-Angel-picture.jpg                     Father B:   “The mighty angel which John sees is probably a great saint or prophet raised up to enlighten the Church by his teaching and to foretell the destruction of Rome as Jonas foretold the fall of Ninive, and Daniel that of ancient Babylon.  But if “angel” be taken literally, it is probably St. Michael, the mighty one of God.”           V2.  “And he cried out with a strong voice saying Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every unclean spirit, and the hold of every unclean and hateful bird.images 7.jpgFather B:  “The Angel speaks of the fall of Rome as something already accomplished, to show that it must surely come to pass.  It shall be left so desolate that wild beasts will find it a fitting abode and unclean birds will hover about its ruins.  Thus also did Isaias prophesy concerning ancient Babylon:  “Wild beasts shall rest there and their houses shall be filled with serpents … and owls shall answer one another there  in the houses thereof  and sirens in the temples of pleasure. (Isa. 13:  21,22)

Some interpreters take the words of the angel to mean that the ruins of Rome shall become the lurking place of evil spirits according to the words of Christ:  “When an unclean spirit is gone out of a man he walketh through dry places seeking rest.”  (Matt,  12:43)

V.3  “Because all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication:  and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her;  and the merchants of the earth have been made rich by the power of her delicacies.”

Father B:  “The terrible destruction and desolation of Rome is a punishment for her many sins and for the sins into which she has led other nations.  The kings and merchants of the earth have been led into the sins and vices of Rome, and with her they have upheld Antichrist in his efforts against the Church.”


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V. 5  “For her sins have reached unto heaven, and the Lord hath remembered her iniquities.”

Father B:   “Another voice from heaven – a voice of mercy – warns the faithful of the impending ruin and exhorts them to seek safety in flight.  In like manner did Our Lord warn His disciples to flee from Jerusalem upon the approach of the Roman army.  (Matt.  24: 16-18*  Heeding these words of warning, the faithful fled to Pella in Peraea and thus escaped the terrible sufferings of the siege.     Father Sylvester Berry

images 2.jpg                                          ” There will be Catholics in the doomed city up to the day of her destruction … ”                                                                                                                       Father Herman Bernard Haring, who studied the Apocalypse for thirty years, writes so in his ‘Book of Destiny’ .

He continues:  “These Catholics are warned by their pastor.  As God sent angels to lead Lot out of Sodom, and, as he warned the Jews to flee from ancient Babylon, Jer.  LI. 6:  Zach.  II. 6-8), so He warns the true believers to depart lest they be punished with the city.  The life of sin is a community affair to which all wholly surrender.  And the Christians are exposed to giving way to the public temptations and are urged to cease being a part of the city’s life before the sentence is executed.

According to the Greek text, the sins of Babylon have been ‘fastened on to heaven’.  Heaven is the Church, and the clause may mean that the wicked inhabitants of the city have imputed their own sins to the Church and have accused her of every perversity of which they are guilty themselves or have blamed her for the punishment received, just as the ancient pagans blamed the Christians for every calamity.

“A greater guilt than merely committing sin, no matter how wholeheartedly, is to impute ones’ own sins to another and treat him as the culprit.

They call sin virtue and virtue sin!!” Father H. Bernard Kramer

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‘The Sanctity of Marriage’ A Sermon by Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty’

A Sermon given during the plagues of war which brought such untold anguish to Hungary during the persecutions of the Catholic Church by Communism in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s

“We scarce know which wound to tend;  or whom first to mourn – the dead or the captive –  here or abroad.  Should we bemoan lack of safety or of barest needs?  Losses material or moral?  Should we look beyond our borders, or scan griefs at home?

In any case, we ourselves can also aggravate our sorrows with sin to the tune of fake slogans, plunging deeper still into the maelstrom.

I think now of marital transgressions.

For one thing, at birth clininics and elsewhere, we find a shocking tolerance of abortions on a scale that amounts to mass murder of unborn babes.

Guilty hands slay healthy offspring;  godless women, spurning motherhood, forcibly stay the hand of God.

The scriptures say God created man in His own image;  male and female created He them.   Nothing in life lacks purpose;  a mother’s body is no exception.  The prime goal of marriage is to hand on the torch of life we received from our ancestors.

Increase and multiply! was God’s first command in the Garden of Eden.

In line with revealed and natural law, the Church’s stand is crystal clear.  Either we accept the responsibility of children as a result of marital intercourse, or heroically abstain for a time, or entirely.  No other moral alternative exists.

Marriage thwarting procreation, becomes lust.  Ill starred the union that breaks God’s law.

The mere thought of quenching the spark of life is sinful;  and, who so aids, abets, or permits abortion, forfeits the Church’s Communion.

For this is the sin of sins against nature, God, child, mother, and nation.”

 From:  The World’s Most Orphaned Nation                                                                                                     Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty

Photo:    Cardinals Residence during one of Cardinal Mindszenty’s last visits with his                            Mother before his arrest.


About Communism by Milovan Djilas under:  ‘Views From the Past’ in the Brockton Enterprise Aug 1, 1974

 “Until Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn appeared upon the intellectual scene, the man who most candidly spoke his mind in a Communist state was Milovan Djilas, a Yugoslav rebel against a world he helped make. “Tyranny over the mind,” he wrote in his book, ‘The New Class’, is the most complete and brutal type of tyranny.  Every other tyranny begins and ends with it.  Thought is the most creative force.  It uncovers the new.”