A Brief Message From Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano November 13, 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters in the U.S.

“I am writing to remind you of the sacred mandate you were given on the day of your

episcopal ordination to lead the flock to Christ.  Meditate on Proverbs 9:10.  ‘The Fear

of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” :   Do not behave like frightened sheep, but

as courageous shepherds.  Do not be afraid of standing up and doing the right thing for

the victims, for the faithful and for your own salvation.  The Lord will render to every

one of us according to our actions and omissions.

I am fasting and praying for you.”

+ Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano Your Former Apostolic Nuncio

November 13, 2018    St. Frances of Cabrini



Santa Maria sopra Minerva Basilica: Without Francis’ Laser Light Show

Photos by Jen Brown  visit jauntingjen.com/santa-maria-minerva-interesting-church

This little church is located behind the Pantheon. It was once a temple for the goddess Minerva.  It became Christianized when Christians became victorious over paganism. Hence the word ‘sopra’ meaning over.  Santa Maria over the pagan goddess Minerva.

download 17.jpgThis is Santa Maria sopra Minerva Basilica.

Most people have viewed Francis’ laser beams sweeping over this beautiful church making it appear to crumble and fracture in upon itself.

“A much older Roman history is just beneath the grounds of the church.  Temples to Isis, Minerva, and Serapis once stood in this now sacred spot.  There’s a hidden Roman history beneath many famous sites in Europe.  Santa Maria sopra Minerva is no exception.  We know that Gnaeus Pompey  (famous for the civil war against Julius Caesar), built the Minervium and dedicated it to the Roman goddess Minerva (Greek: Artemis).  However, this temple may be built upon an even oldersite.  Many sacred sites in Europe have a long history.  Some date all the way back to the Iron Age.”JenBrown

The Egyptian hieroglyphs on the obelisk below are dedicated to the Pharoah Apries.  He is mentioned in the Bible (Jeremiah 44:30) as Hophrah.  The Egyptian obelisk below is dedicated to an Egyptian Pharaoh, sitting on an elephant carved by the famous sculptor Bernini, in front of an ancient Christian Church in Rome.  (Minerva) ”  Jen Brown                                                                           sm-minerva-elephant 2.jpg  “No records exist as to when the Minervium was Christianized.  We know that nuns from Constantinople took over the site in the eighth century.  Most of the early Christian history has been lost.  All we have are archaelogical remains and a few ancient writings.  Jen Brown

The Minervium is a Basilica with exquisite artwork


This is the body of St. Catherine of Sienna which is enshrined in the Basilica.

“She pressed hard for internal reform of the Church.  John Paul II chose to declare her Co Patron of Europe”  Pope Benedict XVI  November 24, 2010  General Audience in Paul VI hall

The National Catholic Register’s Edward Pentin says “A lightshow projected onto a number of church facades in Rome at the end of October’ Synod was extremely disturbing and even sacrilegious for some observers”

The Minervium was one which was melted and swept to pieces with a Laser light show after which it seemed to collapse into itself  like a 911 nightmare  …   designed for the enjoyment of Francis the Destroyer …  of the Church.

Perhaps St. Catherine of Sienna was getting to him.  She spoke up to Popes.

The Sacrament of Matrimony

Why did Catholics allow the beautiful word ‘Matrimony’ to just ‘slide away?’  Oh yes, there is a reason!

The Cathechism of the Catholic Church still calls it ‘The Sacrament of Matrimony’ … Both Editions.   So why don’t we?

It’s something like ‘Have a Nice Day’  It fits everybody’s PC vocabulary which is now pretty well ensconced in their word bag  Everybody who’s getting married calls it marriage … there’s gay marriage for example, and, all the other marriages. Satan is busy destroying the Godly family as Our Lady of Fatima told Cardinal Caffara in a letter to  St. Lucy of Fatima, was to happen as the last battle between Our Lady and ‘itself’

When I got married, it was called ‘Holy’ Matrimony! WOW !  Let’s take a look at this never heard word:


“Matrimony:   The word first appeared in middle English sometime in the 14th century.  It enters English through the Old French word matrimoignie, which comes from the Latin matrimonium.

The root matr … is derived from the Latin word mater, for mother;   the suffix … mony refers to a state of being, a function, or a role.

Therefore, matrimony is literally the state that makes a woman a mother.

The term highlights the extent to which reproduction and childbearing are central to marriage itself.

In Canon Law 105 is we read these words:  ” The matrimonial covenant, by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring”                                                                                                                                                   https://thoughtco.com/what-is-matrimony – 542851                                                                          Scott P. Richert









Mary Immaculate Queen of Peace

A glorious Immaculate Mother of God

Wondrous Star of the sea

Through mist and darkness and storms of wrath

Thy purest light gleams constantly


Loveliest lily, virgin most fair

Mystical Flower of God’s will,

The essence of Thy graciousness

Commands the waves to still


Glory of morning, garden of love

Gentle and noble thy birth

Here at thy holy shrine we kneel

Imploring thy grace for a troubled earth


Queen of the angels, light of the world

Behold from thy throne our unrest

Let heralds of peace bring their tidings once more

Shed thy light on the sea of distress.


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