To Our Lady Help of ChristiansWhy am I posting this? Because that prayer expresses the unchanging teaching of the Church on dealings with heretical sects.
«for loyalty to Holy Mother Church »
MARY, Immaculate Virgin, Mother of God and our Mother « thou seest how the Catholic Faith is assailed by the devil and the world « that Faith in which we purpose by the help of God, to live and die. To thee we entrust our firm purpose of never joining assemblies of heretics. Do thou, all holy, offer to thy Divine Son our resolutions, and obtain from Him the graces necessary for us to keep them unto the end. Amen.
Mary, help of Christians, pray for us.
Tomorrow is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's rebellion against Catholic Truth and Unity, a rebellion that began Europe's and the West's long decline into the relativistic moral cesspit it is now. And how is the post-Conciliar Church treating this horrific anniversary? By celebrating it!
Around the world, with the active encouragement of the Pope and many hierarchs, Churches are holding joint celebrations with the Lutheran heretics, the founder of which sect once said,
I feel much freer now that I am certain the pope is the Antichrist.And this is what that anti-Catholic, anti-Christ attitude of celebrating a heresiarch, who was also the debaucher of a Consecrated Virgin, leads to, Catholics praying Hail Mary removed by Police from Brussels Cathedral during "Reformation Celebration".
A group of Catholics, who actually believe in obeying the age-old teaching of the Church, decided to 'protest' the desecration of a Cathedral dedicated to St. Michael and St. Gudula, St Michael, of course, being the Prince of the Heavenly Host, tasked by God with fighting against the enemies of Christ's Holy Catholic Church. Their 'protest' took the form of simply kneeling to pray the Ave Maria in reparation for the sins being committed in this abomination.
The response of the Cathedral staff, masquerading under the name 'Catholic' was to call the police and have these faithful Catholics physically removed from the Cathedral.
How long, O Lord, how long?