Picture of Urakami Cathedral Before the A-Bomb was Dropped
The Urakami Cathedral in Nagasaki, Japan was completed in 1914 after
the True Catholics there had worked on it for thirty years, brick by brick.
The Freemason FDR, supported by his war-profiteering friends on Wall Street, did everything in his power to get the US into war with Japan. Indifferent to the fact that in Sept of 1941, US
polls showed that 80% of Americans wanted US neutrality in WWII, he provoked and permitted the *incident at Pearl Harbor. FDR then proceeded to declare war on Japan on December 8, 1941.
*In August of 1941 at FDR's Atlantic summit conference, Churchill later reported to his war cabinet that Rososevelt had assured him that "everything was to be done to force
an 'incident' to justify hostilities."
(Nagasaki's Roman Catholics: Descendants of the
Heroic 16th-17th c. Japanese Martyrs)
St. Paul Miki and his 25 Companions (20 were Japanese) Feast is Feb 6th
On Feb 5, 1597, 26 Catholics were executed by crucifixion
in Nagasaki. These individuals were raised on crosses and then pierced through with spears. Pius IX canonized the Martyrs of Nagasaki in 1862.
By 1945 the Nagasaki community of Roman
Catholics, the descendants of those who survived the ferocious 16th-17th Century persecutions, formed the largest Catholic colony in Japan. They inhabited the Urakami valley, which is the district
of Nagasaki over which the atomic bomb exploded.
9, 1945, 11:02 A.M. Nagasaki, Japan
"Bockscar", the US B-29 bomber carrying a plutonium-core atomic bomb
its deadly cargo over Nagasaki: There was a a blinding, searing light,
and the sky became blacker than night as a layer of dust eclipsed the sun...
The devastating bomb killed nearly 9,600 of the 12,000 Catholics who lived near the hypocenter of the blast, which left 70,000 people dead altogether. Their beloved Urakami Cathedral (the largest Catholic church in the Orient) was utterly
destroyed. Two priests hearing confessions at the time, along with dozens of penitents, were killed when the church collapsed on top of them.
Picture of Urakami Cathedral After the A-Bomb was Dropped
The atomic bomb detonated less than two blocks from the Catholic
This, the heart of Catholicism in Japan, (visited by St. Francis Xavier in 1559) was targeted for the 2nd atomic bomb of 1945. One of the original martyrs executed at Nagasaki in 1597 was a Franciscan friar,
canonized in 1862 as St. Philip of Jesus. As he was about to die on his cross, he is reported to have foretold that one day Nagasaki would be destroyed by "a ball of fire dropping from the sky."
It is quite sobering today, as True Catholics [those in union with Gregory XVIII] know that an exponentially greater cataclysm then what struck our fellow Catholics in Japan in 1945, will soon engulf the
entire world [The Three Days of Darkness]. Do we truly have our souls in order?
Examen of Conscience
A Prayer to be Recited During The 3 Days Chastisement
(Hopefully) Surviving The 3 Days of
Darkness in the Land of St. Anne
1946 USAF Footage of Catholics in Hiroshima after A-Bomb
Masons Attack on Monte Cassino meant to Intimidate Pope
Coming to the Rescue of The Pope in Exile (Our Duty!)