Sunday, August 14, 2016

St. Maximilian Kolbe hated Freemasonry and so should you




In 1917, St. Maximilian Kolbe, the Saint who gave his life to save a father at Auschwitz, witnessed a chilling event on the streets of Rome.

The Freemasons were celebrating their centenary and dared to proclaim that 'Satan Must Reign in the Vatican. The Pope Will Be His Slave'.

US President Harry Truman, who orchestrated the murder of thousands of Catholics at Nagasaki


Aghast at this occult bombast, as only the Masons can engage in, Kolbe set up the Militia Immaculata with a devotion to Mary and an aim of saving men's souls from the gateway to hell that is Masonry.

In 1939, on the eve of the Second World War, Kolbe wrote:

 "In the years leading up to the war, the masonic 'clique', disapproved of on several occasions by the Sovereign Pontiffs, governed in Rome, the capital of Christianity, with ever greater impudence. It did not even hesitate to brandish in the streets of the City during the festivities in honour of Giordano Bruno, a black flag showing the Archangel Saint Michael beneath the feet of Lucifer; still less did they hesitate to brandish masonic insignia beneath the windows of the Vatican. A reckless hand felt no repugnance in writing: Satan will rule in the Vatican and the Pope will serve him in the uniform of a Swiss Guard, and other things of that kind. This mortal hatred for the Church of Jesus Christ and for His Vicar was not just a prank on the part of deranged individuals, but a systematic action proceeding from the principle of Freemasonry: Destroy all religion, whatever it may be, especially the Catholic religion.'' 

Boasting millions of members worldwide, swearing secret oaths to usurp good people in society by replacing traditional institutions with sinister ones, Masonry is still the biggest enemy that the Church faces. A group in the highest places in society devoted to spreading untruths, false ecumenism and most prized of all, infiltrating and destroying the Church itself, these people are lost souls who need our help as much as our resistance.

Not to be confused with Fr. Paul Kramer


We pray with St. Maximilian Kolbe that these men may learn true fraternity in Christ Our Lord and the real light of Truth in His Cross.

St. Maximilian died in place of a young father in the concentration camps. This is a love that no professional favour or insurance scheme could ever be rendered comparable to. Masons need to ask themselves if their oaths compare to the oath of love countless Catholics take in Our Lord's name when they selflessly give their time,their livelihoods and even their lives for others. If there is a love greater than that which they give their whole lives to, then that is the one that they should seek, that is the one that St. Maximilian Kolbe wanted them to see by his example, in the image of Our Lord.

Greater love than this no man hath, that a man lay down his life for his friends. 

Not secret oaths, not promoting your 'Brother Masons' at the expense of others, not helping people out because you know that you are obliged to and others will be similarly obliged in later situations.
Laying down your life for another is the greatest love man can have. Let not the lie of Masonry obstruct that.

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