Presage of Victory?

An interesting thing happened on October 7, the day we honor Our Lady by her preferred title, Our Lady of the Rosary. You surely remember that 99 years ago, on October 13, 1917, our Blessed Mother identified herself as Our Lady of the Rosary in her last visit to Fatima.

Our Lady of the Rosary has won many battles against enemies of the Church. The earliest that I have found was the victory of Simon de Montfort on September 12, 1213 over the albigensian heretics who were in many respects similar to the neo-gnostics of modern times. Montfort’s mere 700 knights were victorious over many thousands of albigensians because Saint Dominic had taught them the power of the Rosary and had prayed for their success the entire time they fought. After their victory, Simon de Montfort established a Chapel to Our Lady of the Rosary at the Church of Saint-Jacques. Then there was the great victory of Lepanto where Catholic forces empowered by the holy Rosary trounced the muslim Turks and sent them running, thus saving Christendom from annihilation at the hands of the “religion of peace”. Even as recently as 1964, in Brazil, the power of the Rosary was used successfully to rout a pro-communist dictator after Cardinal de Barros Camara and Dona Amelia Bastos led Catholic women in a Fatima-inspired Rosary Crusade. Ah, but that was before the Springtime of Vatican II, wasn’t it?

Yes, the Rosary, when combined with reparation and a firm will to prevail for the glory of God, will conquer all enemies. At present we do not yet see it being used effectively, but perhaps we may before long. The Rosary and Reparation Crusade of the Society of St. Pius X is proceeding and even many who are not supporters of the Society, but simply concerned diocesan Catholics are joining in. Our Lady, as we have been assured by Sister Lucia, has promised us that nothing we ask for by this means will be denied.

“The Rosary is the prayer that always accompanies my life; It is also the prayer of the simple and the saints … it is the prayer of my heart.”

As Eponymous Flower reported,  for her feast day Pope Francis “honored” her with his tweet, “The Rosary is the prayer that always accompanies my life; It is also the prayer of the simple and the saints … it is the prayer of my heart.”

And we know that what the Holy Father says is true because as he himself told us in 2014, he snatched the rosary from the hands of the body of his dead confessor, saying, “give me half your mercy.” He keeps it in a pouch under his cassock, perhaps near his heart? So who says that modernists do not love the Rosary?

And so we have another example of lightning striking the dome St. Peter’s on the same day of the Pope’s tweet to honor Our Lady of the Rosary. That makes twice in recent times, and never before in recorded history. The last time was on the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes, February 11, 2013, when the St. Gallen Group triumphed with the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Funny how these episodes correlate with modernist popes and Our Lady’s feast days.

It does give one pause. If things run in threes, we might ask what is in store for December 8th.

Please, pray the Rosary and confound satan and all those who serve him,


Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of our hearts, Mother of the Church, do thou offer to the Eternal Father the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for the conversion of poor sinners, especially our Pontiff.

~ by evensong, for love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Vouchsafe that I may praise thee, O Sacred Virgin. Give me strength against thine enemies.



7 thoughts on “Presage of Victory?

    • peregrine says:

      Basto, thank you for the link! He never misses a chance to give scandal, does he?
      We must pray for him, what a horrid fate – to meet his “Failure” at Judgment.

  1. You know Peregrine, if you listen properly his statement, that is not even the worse part! He actually points to the pictures “where they condemned Him to death” and “when He was buried” and says that thanks to those two things he never loses hope.

    What is he trying to say? And why does he get applause and laughter for saying that!

    This video kept me awake for many hours.

    • Yes, Basto, I feel the same way. It is what impels each of us, I believe, to keep trying to alert Catholics to focus on the true message of Our Lady, to repent, pray the rosary, make reparation for if we do not respond now, we shall lose our eternal souls and also be responsible for the loss of souls entrusted to us.
      It saddens me greatly that the most influential Catholic bloggers use their immense popularity not to warn Catholics of the urgent need for repentance, rosary and reparation, but instead simply parrot the secular media. I am not saying that people should not vote, but that they must put their priorities in order. Nearly 100 years and they still ignore her!

    • Yes, you are right.
      The Feast of Christ the King will be last Sunday of this month, I think. Then comes the Feast of the Immaculate Conception December 8. I don’t know the exact date when he will “celebrate Luther” with the protestants in Sweden, but believe it is around the Feast of Christ the King. Pope Francis seems to like to use those days to goad God and Our Lady, so I cannot help but wonder what will happen.
      Our Lord is certainly giving us a good, long rope, enough to hang us all properly. The more time that passes, the more people grow indifferent, but they should understand that the longer this goes on, the greater will be the judgment, because we were given every opportunity and still failed to heed Our Lady’s message.

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