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Wednesday, 20 June 2012

An Open Letter to My Readers...

Dear Readers,

I have been so humbled by comments on this blog, and in my e-mail, as there are so many great "supertradmums"  and supertrad-dads out there, as well as supertradsingles. I have heard from married women with tons of kids, home schooling and living the virtuous life at home; single women, some of whom are professionals, or struggling to find work, and some who are in third orders. I have heard from traditional dads and retired men, who are so fantastically Catholic, that I know there is a strong remnant out there, carrying on the Faith to the next generation.

I have heard from students, in law, in medicine, in the seminary, who want to follow Christ in perfect obedience to the Gospel and the Teaching Magisterium of the Church. That we all belong to the one, true, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church is too wonderful to even contemplate without joy.

Thank you, all my readers, as you keep me humble and in my place...You are the shock troops. I am merely the correspondent behind the lines.

Supertradmum

Female war correspondents in France during World War II. (Left to right): Ruth Cowan, Associated Press; Sonia Tomara, New York Herald Tribune; Rosette Hargrove, Newspaper Enterprise Association; Betty Knox, London Evening Standard; Iris Carpenter, Boston Globe and Erika Mann, Liberty magazine. Public Domain

1 comment:

One Step at a Time said...

All over the world the correspondent reports the immediate situation whether on the battle lines or behind the lines. How else is it possible to get the information back so that more troops will be encouraged to join the war? Thank you for your part in this war against the Catholic church with weapons to fight with. The CCC, TLM, Lives of the Saints, Tradition and Pope Benedict XVI.