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The innocent King Louis XVI, saying good-bye to his children, before his execution

 

 

"During the time of the French Revolution, many of the
terrible and heart-rending scenes of those days were
represented to her, and Anne Catharine was several times
*carried in spirit into the cell of the unfortunate Queen
Marie Antoinette, in order to pray for her consolation
and support. These visits made so deep an impression
on her mind, that she used often to talk to her parents
and brothers and sisters about the troubles of the poor
Queen, imploring them to join their prayers with her own
for her deliverance... .

 

She often received a charge to assist the dying with her prayers, 
as in the case of the King Louis XVI. and his fellow
sufferers, the sight of whose patient resignation affected
her deeply, and she amazed those around her with her
allusions to the unfortunate royal family, saying how good
it was that they had been taken away out of so much
misery and horror."

 

*Note: Anne Catherine Emmerich was brought to the suffering

French Catholic Monarchs, and others, by her Guardian Angel. -ED

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Catholic Prophetess Catherine Emmerich

 

"Wherever her assistance was most needed,
there her angel took her: to the bedside of the sick,
to those in affliction, sin, or want, wherever aid was required,
physical or spiritual, there was she ever to be found,
with her heavenly guide, shedding a consoling, refreshing,
vivifying, hallowing influence around her, out of the depths
of her endless sympathy with mankind; and as true sympathy
knows no limits and no reticences, so nothing could hinder
the joyful ardour with which she obeyed these behests of her
spiritual guide. When once questioned upon the subject, she
related, "The angel calls me, and leads me hither and
thither. Very often we make long journeys together.
Sometimes he takes me to visit people I am acquainted
with, or have perhaps seen once, but oftener to others
totally unknown to me.

 

"Even across the sea I have been led, but it was done
as quick as thought. He it was who took me to visit the
poor Queen of France in her prison. When he comes to
fetch me, I first of all behold a brilliant light, and then
his form rises... . Sometimes my guide goes on in front of me,
and sometimes by my side. I never see that he moves his
feet; he glides along very silently, I talk to him quite boldly,
but can never look him direct in the face, awe keeps me so
bowed down before him; he teaches me everything, and I
ask very few questions. ... ."

 

(Text extracted from: "The Life of Anne Catharine Emmerich", 
By Helen Ram, pp. 20-21, 66-67, London: Burns and Oates, 1874)

 

 

Related Links:

Three Classic Anne Catherine Emmerich Books Posted

How to Assist the Dying when a Priest is not Present

Letter Given by St. Louis IX on His Death-Bed to Son

Anne C. Emmerich on Roncalli's 1958 Schism from the True Pope

Coming to the Rescue of The True Pope, Now in Exile (Our Duty!)

 

 

Blessed be St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles!

 

The Papal Restoration Staff
PapalRestoration.com

 


Ecclesiastical Approbation
 In Today's Catholic World (TCWBLOG.com) carries the approbation in writing of the Holy See in exile. It faithfully adheres to the rules for Catholic Journals mandated by Leo XIII in the Apostolic Constitution Officiorum ac Munerum, January 25, 1897 - so heavily re-stressed by Pius X in Pascendi Dominici Gregis, September 8, 1907

 

 

"A wife has no power of her own, but is to submit to her husband's dominion in everything.

It is fitting that a woman be subject to her husband's dominion and have no independent authority [cf. Col. 3:18]. She is not to teach him, testify against him, bind him, or judge him [cf. 1 Cor. 14:34-35]."


"Adam was deceived by Eve [cf. Gen. 3:6], not Eve by Adam. It is just that, as the woman was at fault, she be subjected to his governance [Gen. 3:16], lest he fall again through her heedlessness."

 

-St. Ambrose, Church Father & Doctor, from Questions on the Old Testament,

[Question xlv]: C. 17. (and) On the Hexameron, Treatise on the Fourth Day: [C. 18.]

 

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Related Links:

Marriage and Parenthood, the Catholic Ideal (1911 Imp.)

Pope St. Pius X Against Woman in Politics (NY Times, 04/21/1909)

How to Get Married in the True Catholic Church

 

Illegal Immigrant Kills 2 Law Enforcement Officers In Car Crash, Only Fined $280

 

*The Daily Caller (07/09/2018)

 

 

An illegal immigrant killed two law enforcement officers in a car accident last December and was only fined $280.

 

The case was resolved at the end of last month when Roberto Garza Palacios was fined but avoided any jail time, according to a story by the Washington Post. 

 

The prosecution proved that he drove in a “careless and imprudent manner,” but did not reach the level of a “gross deviation” from careful driving or a “reckless disregard” for human life, both of which would be necessary for more serious charges.

 

Back on Dec. 8, 2017, Carlos Wolff — an FBI agent and legal immigrant from Venezuela — was texting while driving and hit the concrete median on I-270 in Maryland. Sander Cohen — an arson investigator — stopped to help him.

 

While both of them were standing on the side of the highway, Garza Palacios struck them, sending both off-duty officers over the median and into the traffic. They both died.

 

Wolff’s widow said the Post that, “It’s ridiculous. He just pays $280, and that’s all he has to do.”

 

Palacios, a Guatemalan native, is facing deportation after being taken into custody by the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency on May 3 for overstaying a work visa that expired in 2009, according to ICE officials.

 

Back in 2015, he pleaded guilty to driving while impaired, and Palacios also served about four months in jail after being arrested for smashing the windows on over a dozen cars and for lighting a couch on fire.

 

ICE found out he had been arrested and requested Montgomery County, Maryland, to hold him, but he was released anyway.

 

*Note: The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the author(s).and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of TCW.

 


Update: This Total Injustice Continues 

 

 

ICE: San Diego Chainsaw Attacker Is Illegal Alien Who Has Been Deported 11 Times

 

*The Daily Caller (07/14/2018)

 

A California man who allegedly attacked his wife with a chainsaw is an illegal alien who has been deported at least 11 times since 2005, immigration officials confirmed Friday.

 

Alejandro Alvarez Villegas, 32, was arrested Thursday in Chula Vista, California, a suburb of San Diego, on allegations that he tried to kill his wife with a chainsaw in front of their three children.

 

Alvarez has a long record of being deported and returning to the U.S., according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

 

“Department of Homeland Security databases indicate Mr. Alvarez-Villegas is a serial immigration violator who has been removed from the United States 11 times since 2005,” an ICE spokesperson said, according to NBC 7 San Diego.

 

A California man who allegedly attacked his wife with a chainsaw is an illegal alien who has been deported at least 11 times since 2005, immigration officials confirmed Friday.

 

Alejandro Alvarez Villegas, 32, was arrested Thursday in Chula Vista, California, a suburb of San Diego, on allegations that he tried to kill his wife with a chainsaw in front of their three children.

 

Alvarez has a long record of being deported and returning to the U.S., according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

 

“Department of Homeland Security databases indicate Mr. Alvarez-Villegas is a serial immigration violator who has been removed from the United States 11 times since 2005,” an ICE spokesperson said, according to NBC 7 San Diego.

 

Alvarez’s wife was transported to a local trauma center for surgery. She is expected to survive.

 

The couple’s children, ages 10, 8 and 5, were not hurt and have been placed into protective custody.

 

*Note: The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the author(s).and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of TCW.

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July is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Most Precious Blood

 

July 1: The Most Precious Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of VI Sunday after Pentecost.

July 2: Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Double of the II Class; Commemoration of Ss. Processus and Martinian Martyrs.
July 3: St. Leo II Pope and Confessor, Simple.
July 5: St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria Confessor, Double.
July 6: FIRST FRIDAY
July 7: FIRST SATURDAY/Ss. Cyril and Methodius Bishops and Confessors, Double.


July 8: VII Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal, Widow.
July 9: Feria
July 10: The Seven Holy Brothers Martyrs, Simple, and Ss. Rufina and Secunda Virgins and Martyrs.
July 11: Commemoration of St. Pius I Pope and Martyr.
July 12: St. John Gualbert Abbot, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Nabor and Felix Martyrs.
July 13: St. Anacletus Pope and Martyr, Simple.
July 14: St. Bonaventure Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

 

July 15: VIII Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Henry II Emperor, Confessor.

July 16: Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mt. Carmel, Greater Double.
July 17: St. Alexius Confessor, Simple.
July 18: St. Camillus de Lellis Confessor, Double; Commemoration of St. Symphorosa and her seven Sons Martyrs.
July 19: St. Vincent de Paul Confessor, Double.
July 20: St. Jerome Emiliani Confessor, Double; Commemoration of St. Margaret Virgin Martyr.
July 21: Commemoration of St. Praxedes Virgin.


July 22: IX Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Mary Magdalene, Penitent.
July 23: St. Apollinaris Martyr, Double; Commemoration of St. Liborius Bishop and Confessor.
July 24: Commemoration of St. Saint Christina of Bolsena Virgin and Martyr.
July 25: St. James (the Greater) Apostle, Double of the II Class; Commemoration of St. Christopher Martyr.
July 26: St. Anne Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Double of the II Class.
July 27: Commemoration of St. Pantaleon Martyr.
July 28: Ss. Nazarius and Celsus Martyrs, Victor I Pope and Martyr, and St. Innocent I Pope and Confessor, Simple.


July 29: X Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Martha, Virgin; Commemoration of Ss. Felix II Pope, Simplicius, Faustinus, and Beatrice Martyrs.
July 30: Commemoration of Ss. Abdon and Sennen Martyrs.
July 31: St. Ignatius (of Loyola), Confessor, Double.

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