April 30, 2003
St. Catherine of Siena

St. Catherine of Sienna comes. She says: “Praise be to Jesus. I place this Message in your heart. You must place it in the world.”

“In any and all moral issues there can be no neutrality. Remember, Jesus said: ‘If you are not for Me, you are against Me.' Our Lady has told you – not to decide is to decide. I will explain: If you do not support righteousness, your lack of support lends strength to evil.”

“Here, I am not talking about decision-making and the time involved in drawing to conclusion your decision between good and evil – although in most cases this should not be a drawn-out process. I am speaking about ‘fence-sitting' – a more serious offense than most suspect – in the eyes of God. This is the negative action whereby a person attempts to placate both sides of an issue. This stance, if chosen by a political or Church leader, allows evil to flourish and many souls to be misled.”

“To stand up for righteousness means God is on your side. Do not fear loss of popularity, money or power. God must be your strength. Furthermore, you are not a peacemaker by straddling the fence. You cannot make peace with evil. There is never a sound reason to compromise righteousness.”

“Make this known.”