“The final battle between the Lord and the kingdom of Satan will be about marriage and the family.”

Fatima and Fiducia


Recently, Fr. James Martin SJ spoke to the bishops of Ireland at Knock, Ireland.  Our Lady of Knock is an approved Marian apparition in Ireland from the 19th century.   LifeSite News reported on what happened with the Irish bishops: “A trusted source in Ireland told LifeSiteNews that the meeting included discussions on how to implement the blessing of homosexual ‘couples’ and even the desire to implement homosexual ‘marriage.’”

Obviously, it’s a blasphemous travesty that such filth from a Jesuit and the Irish bishops would besmirch the Shrine of Our Lady to an island that held once purity so intensely. I suppose this purity left Ireland a long time ago, partly due to the disproportionately high-rates of priest-on-child sexual attacks the last sixty years. But the recent open attack on marriage in front of the apparition site of Our Lady of Knock is fulfilling a prophesy of Our Lady.

Sr. Lucy of Fatima said:  “The final battle between the Lord and the kingdom of Satan will be about marriage and the family.”  This quote reveals the current Vatican apparatus is on the exact opposite side of Our Lady of Fatima and all of heaven with their current communist agenda.

Why does “gay marriage” destroy heterosexual sacramental marriage? Besides all the obvious reasons found in biology and theology, there is also evidence on the sociological front.  For example, Sweden legalized same-sex “marriage” in 2009. But even our own National Institute of Health shows gays have a higher divorce rate than heterosexual couples. (Everyone knows most practicing homosexuals have countless sexual partners in their lifetime far beyond any published stats.) Thus, the goal of Fiducia promoting gay unions or marriage is not civil rights, but rather the eradication of Catholic sacraments maintaining any permanent force.

If you think this is an exaggeration, just remember the heretical document Amoris Laetitia: It approved the sacrilege of both the Eucharist and Marriage by allowing divorced and “remarried” heterosexual couples to receive Holy Communion without an annulment (or even repentance.) This approach is not evangelizing the “fringes of society,” but rather aiming for the destruction of the Catholic sacraments from within the Catholic Church.

Our Lady of Good Success in Ecuador also predicted this attack on the sacraments.  In the 16th century, Our Lady told Mother Mariana what would happen specifically in the 20th century within the Catholic Church: “The sacrament of Matrimony, which symbolizes the union of Christ with the Church, will be thoroughly attacked and profaned.  Masonry, then reigning, will implement iniquitous laws aimed at extinguishing this sacrament. They will make it easy for all to live in sin, thus multiplying the birth of illegitimate children without the Church’s blessing….”

Again, it was predicted that infiltrators would attack matrimony.  Keep in mind we have no report of a single Irish bishop getting up and leaving the Shrine of Knock when James Martin allegedly did what LSN reported above, namely, an explanation “to implement homosexual ‘marriage’ within the Catholic Church.”  Also keep in mind that silly Jimmy Martin is a consulter to the Vatican’s “Dicastery for Communication” and a member of “the Synod.”  In other words, everyone in the Vatican approves of what Martin is doing to destroy true marriage.

The reason we don’t despair at such apostasy in the hierarchy is because right after the line on marriage, Sr. Lucy of Fatima also said:  “Do not be afraid, because anyone who works for the sanctity of marriage and the family will always be fought and opposed in every way, because this is the decisive issue… Our Lady has already crushed his head.”


18 thoughts on ““The final battle between the Lord and the kingdom of Satan will be about marriage and the family.””

  1. I don’t suppose it would do any good to demonstrate, for the Oily Father, the distinction between being a “homosexual,” (which definitionally implies committing or at least fantasizing over sodomitic acts), versus being a businessman, which does NOT necessarily involve exploitation intrinsically. You can be an honest businessman, but never a chaste sodomite.

    1. A sodomite is certainly capable of being chaste, just like any other sinner is capable of not committing his favorite sin. The problem here is that they are in a “relationship,” which certainly implies unchaste acts with no repentance. Same goes for the “remarried.”

      1. I am going to sort-of disagree with you here, but not really.

        This is a true story about certain relatives of mine. The husband divorced his wife, leaving her and the children of his marriage, but did not request nor receive an annulment. Under false pretenses, he “married” his second wife by a justice of the peace. The second wife was not a particularly good Catholic at this point, but once there were children, she became better. She wanted a Church wedding, even as a bad Catholic, but he would not commit to one – probably because of a guilty conscience.

        When the “wife” discovered her “husband” was already married, she cut him off and lived in continence, but continued to live with him on account of her young children. The husband was disabled relatively-young, so there was no earthly reason she should have stayed with him, particularly as he had never been a particularly good man – to her, or in general – since before they were married.

        This situation – that they were not really married – was, of course, kept quiet, due to shame and the dishonor it would bring the household.

        Eventually, in part because of the cross of his disability, in part because of his “wife” and children, and mostly because of the grace of God, the man became better and better, before he died of old age.

        Should it have happened to begin with? No. But does this “situation of the divorced and ‘remarried'” deserve “accompaniment”? Perhaps because of my closeness, I would say – yes. Especially as the second ‘wife’ and the bastard children were, if you will excuse the judgement, far more wife and children to him than his first wife and legitimate children; and most of all because the wife did what was right and cut him off once she fully understood the situation. Even as she continued to care for him, literally and figuratively.

        I have known some – who I respect – who are of the vehement opinion that this irregular situation, kept private, was unacceptable, and demand that their shame be trumpeted to the world, the disabled man expelled from the care of his family, to rest on the not-so-tender mercies of his legitimate wife and children – who hardly spoke ten words to him in two decades. This I would call Pharisaical legalism. Even Joseph, when he thought Mary had forsaken her vows, was minded to ‘put her away privily’.

        There is room for “accompaniment” – not, of course, of sodomites – but only insofar as the “accompaniment” is itself accompanied by private reformation.

        1. A lot going on here. You say the husband left his real wife, divorced her in civil court, and did not pursue an annulment. He is still married to her, so we are clear. Where are her rights in all this? Was she a wretch? Was the civil divorce morally sound?

          1. Of course the divorce itself wasn’t morally sound. But, like I said, ten words in two decades. And that’s from the children. The wife would never have a thing to do with him ever again. And the husband himself being disabled couldn’t support his family even if they were willing to let him try.

            Can the second, irregular family be “accompanied”? Given the particular situation, I believe yes, not just that it could, but that it should. It’s just a bad situation all round with everybody involved trying to clean up the mess the husband made, and the husband himself eventually coming to understand that he was the cause of the problem. He was a quiet man after he was disabled, and I’m not God, reading hearts, but I think before the end he even repented of it.

        2. Thanks you for the though provoking example. However, I would dare say, a priest should at most give qualified blessing in such a situation. Penance needs to be done for the offenses against God. Justice need to be done for the jilted, true wife.

          The problem with the modern world, folks seem to want there lifestyle choices affirmed as goods. That cannot be done.

          1. That’s fair. I’m not looking to make anyone “affirm” anything, nor do I think anyone should push anyone to “affirm” anything. As a matter of fact, the only thing we are bound to affirm are “all those things the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church teaches, with the obedience of Faith.”

            I would suggest, however, that while we should never “affirm” a lie – such as the “marriage” between that particular man and that particular woman – there is room for… understanding. Not of any sort of immoral conduct, but of situations where all or most involved are looking to resolve it as morally as possible, but which are… messy. Such as situations where there are several groups of children, young or grown, involved.

            Like I said. I know some individuals who I respect that would say the situation I described above was, essentially, tantamount to living in sin, despite the fact that there was no sin of _that_ particular type involved – after the truth came out. Also that this situation would be a reason to deny the sacraments, which I believe to be utterly absurd.

            One of the major problems we face, in the traditionalist movement, is “Purity Spiralling”. Pharisitism. Now, we all know that attitude – “everyone more lax than me is a heretic, everyone less lax than myself is a pharisee, and I and I alone have it perfectly right.” I think we have to be on the lookout for that in ourselves, but a major intellectual distinction that fails to get made – frequently, often – is between heroic virtue and ordinary virtue.

            Christians are called to heroism, yes, but they are not BOUND to heroism. And God distributes His grace differently; some are eyes, some are hands, etc. We know what the Heroically Virtuous thing in this situation is. But what is the ORDINARILY VIRTUOUS thing – the Human rather than super-natural solution?

            Ordinary, not heroic, virtue is the minumum standard. We should support and encourage heroic virtue; but we should not condemn ordinary virtue because it is not sufficiently heroic for our tastes.

  2. I’d like to draw attention to the word “final” and that she hinted that we are in the book of the Apocalypse where the false prophet shows up and tells everyone to get the mark of the beast. Before Christ returns, there will be a great apostasy, such that the dogmas of the faith are lost in many places and the apostasy would come from the top.

  3. What’s the big deal everyone?

    Francis is simply defining his criteria and separating the loving component of the Homosexual ministry from the active component of the Homosexual ministry.

    Same as Benedict XVI did for the Papal ministry.

    You didn’t have any problem with that back then… did you???

    1. If you’d bother to listen over the past ten years, OF COURSE we have a problem with it. We always have. Hasn’t Barnhardt been saying from the beginning that Bifurcation was not possible, much less a solution, and the Pope needed to man up and act with his authority?

  4. Even Vladimir Putin is calling out Bergolio at 30 secs in…

    “And here they lie constantly, perverts historical facts, do not stop attacks on our culture, the Russian Orthodox Church, and other traditional religious organizations of our country. See what they do with their own peoples – the destruction of the family, cultural and national identity, perversion, mockery of children, and pedophilia are declared the norm. The norm of their life.

    And priests are forced to bless same sex marriages. God with them. Let them do what they want. What do I want to say here? Adults have the right to live as they want, we have always thought like this in Russia and we always will, no one will invade private life, we are not going to do this. But I want to tell them, look at the Holy Scriptures, the main books of all other world religions, everything is said there. Including that the family is the union of a man and a woman.

    But these sacred texts are now in doubt. As it became known, the Anglican Church, for example, plans to consider the idea of a gender-neutral God. What can we say? Forgive them Lord, they do not know what they do.

    Millions of people in the west understand that they are leading to a spiritual disaster. The elites, directly I must say, go crazy, and it seems that they can no longer be treated. But these are their problems, and I said, we must protect our children. And we will do this, protect our children from degradation and degeneration.”

  5. “Caffarra explained that Saint John Paul II had commissioned him to plan and establish the Pontifical Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. At the beginning of this work, the cardinal wrote a letter to Sister Lucia of Fatima through her bishop, since he could not do it directly.

    “Inexplicably, since I did not expect a reply, seeing as I had only asked for her prayers, I received a long letter with her signature, which is now in the archives of the institute,” the Italian cardinal said.

    “In that letter we find written: ‘The final battle between the Lord and the kingdom of Satan will be about Marriage and the Family.’ Don’t be afraid, she added, because whoever works for the sanctity of Marriage and the Family will always be fought against and opposed in every way, because this is the decisive issue.”

    It is highly unlikely that Sister Lucy wrote the “final battle” letter. Maybe her impostor did? https://sisterlucytruth.org/

    1. Maybe her imposter did…. but it being uniquely prescient given the current circumstances, are we claiming an ‘imposter’ (aka, a deceiver) is one so graced by God?!

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