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Friday 30 March 2012

Voris continues his ideas on real men.

Michael Voris continues my theme on real men in the Church with a twist on this video. He connects the new Church Militant and manhood with the Traditional Latin Mass. Here is the video.

Anti-Life Britain is not a civilized nation...

Prayer and people support for the Bedford Square 40 Days for Life is necessary for all Catholics
.Bishop Hopes will be there on Friday from 7pm-8.30pm, today. The media has become more and more hostile to this peaceful protest against the murder of babies in the womb in Great Britain. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service, which is anti-life, is against bishops being there, but this death-group, which supplies abortion counseling, abortions, contraception, vasectomies and sterilizations, all contrary to Catholic and natural life teaching, is supported by the Department of Health. This group was criticized years ago for sending women to Spain for abortions over 24 weeks.
That the Guardian newspaper and others side with such a death-organization, rather than the life groups, shows the prevailing anti-life sentiments in Great Britain. Please pray today, especially. I am using a real photo of a dead aborted baby. If this were a dog or a cat, the person doing these heinous crimes would be in jail for cruelty. Can we call any nation which allows this "civilized"?

Poem for Anne, Countess of Arundel

St. Robert Southwell, poet and martyr, became chaplain to Anne Dacre, Countess of 
Arundel. Recently, I discovered that she was a poet in her own right. I have written a poem about her, and here it is.

Poem on Anne Dacre Howard March 29th, 2012

Woman of youth, married in unlove, but learning
the ways of God through countless sorrows 
and the movement of uncertainty

Lady, who lived and wrote without comfort
like a small animal hidden in a field of corn
unable to reach the grain for her children

How are we to understand your incessant
wanderings, your loss of home and honor
covenanted to the old Church, the Pope

and the glory of Rome? Those who rest
in peace wonder at your persistence of
memory and kindness, wonder at

the love for the sick and the poor
when you yourself suffered such
and did not mind the memory?

Woman of Faith, who lost her found
love too early, fought stories and fables
who was told lies, but understood

the treachery of the times to translate
hatred into love and propaganda
into prayer. We, who are gasping

for breath in a new age of disturbing
hatred of the good, look to you for
guidance and intercession.

Anne, whose son never saw his 
father and whose husband never
saw his son, but embraced the Son

of God, and a title of immortality
for fading riches, Anne, remember
us in our complacency and help

us to gather our wits, to be ready
in poverty or loss of self in order
to be Church Militant.

Anne Howard, pray for us.