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How to Preserve us from (TOTAL) Catastrophe -Delassus

“It is in souls that change must be made in order to preserve us from catastrophe. To wait for a coup d’ etat or for elections, before men are enlightened, is to harbor the most naïve illusions …The danger, the supreme peril has become manifest; all can see that the antichristian conspiracy threatens to engulf all, and that, not in a century, but tomorrow.  So, then, all who hold this same view, must be prepared to lend their hands, their best hand, to the Catholic Camp.” (From: "Americanism & the Anti-Christian Conspiracy", By Renowned French Ecclesiastic, Mgr. Henri Delassus, 1899)

 

 

 

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Herman | Reply 27.03.2018 17.34

This truth could be no clearer to those who have ears and are willing to listen. Don't be caught straddling the fence, jump to the right side, now. GBPRS

Lucy 29.03.2018 09.45

Herman is right.You don't wait for something to happen to get on the right side, you do it.

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