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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

No to Mary's Meals-Here's Why

I wrote earlier how the Catholic media in Britain ignores important issues. These papers and mags have been pushing the fact that Mary's Meals' founder has received an award.

A few years ago, when I found out the Mary's Meals took money and was in league with the Rotarians, I tried to tell my friends not to support them unless they were willing to challenge this connection.

The Rotarians have their roots in Freemasonry and are still connected with the Masons, by allowing Masons to come to Rotarian events to bring in new members. Many Masons have been or are still connected to Freemasonry. To deny this is to deny reality.

I am not a supporter of Mary's Meals, and until this Rotarian connection is broken, I suggest you do not support them either.

By accepting the Rotarian money, Mary's Meals supports Rotarian efforts. When you read the list of things this group supports, you may well wonder how MMs can be in bed with such a group.

Catholics are not allowed to join any secret societies.

AND, the Rotarians as a group support embryonic stem cell research and Planned Parenthood, in the States, in Australia, and other such groups in Great Britain,  whose works are condemned by the Church. So, for that fact alone, Mary's Meals should have nothing to do with Rotarian money.

Here is the American Life League on the evil support of the Rotarians for anti-life issues.

Rotary International
1 Rotary Center, 1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, 60201-3698
Phone: 847-866-3000

Founded in February 1905, Rotary International (RI) is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that describes itself as “A Global Network of Community Volunteers.”  It consists of more than 32,000 local Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries.  RI claims to have nearly 1.2 million members. 
Rotary International commands an annual budget that is approaching $300 million.  RI work is supported by the Rotary Foundation, which is funded by contributions from Rotarians and other supporters. For more than a century, RI and its network of clubs have engaged in service projects designed to make the planet a better place on which to live.  Rotary has tackled problems such as poverty, hunger, illiteracy and disease.

But, like many other organizations that were founded for ostensibly altruistic reasons, and may even continue to do some good work, the problem with Rotary International is what it has been turned into by certain pro-abortion and population control zealots.  Specifically, the Rotarian Action Group for Population Growth and Sustainable Development works to address the “population crisis” around the world.

Rotary International:

If you want more information on the Masonic links to the Rotarians, it is hard to find online sources as too many are written by Rotarians.  But, you can listen to Fr. Chad Ripperger on the fact that most of the secret societies are Masonic, including Buffalos, Druids, Foresters, The Orange and Black Lodges, Elks, Moose, Eagles, the Ku Lux Klan, the Grange, the Woodmen of America, and many others and that not only are these at root anti-Catholic, but based on natural religion and open to occultic influences. In papers that I have, Fr. Ripperger does not specifically mention the Rotarians, but the connections are there and the anti-life agenda is obvious.

You can write to him on his website if you want more information on secret societies. See

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