February 8, 2012
St. Catherine of Siena

St. Catherine of Siena says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“As with every generation, there is God's Law and there is man's law present in the world today. The two should be supportive – one of the other. When man imposes his free will in opposition to God's Law, the righteous must stand up in defense of God's Divine Will, which is represented by His Laws.”

“Mere man must not dictate matters of conscience. Therefore, no one – no matter his station in life – can say you must freely support birth control and abortion. No one can dictate that you must not come to the property here to pray. Although this has never been stated, many have been misled to believe so.”

“This is an age when you must be certain of your God-given rights, and not be afraid to practice them. Do not be intimidated by power and title. Come against those that oppose good with your prayers. If you do not, you lend strength to evil intentions.”

“The enemy does not want you to know these things. His smoke is all around every good effort, trying to eliminate it. Pray that he doesn't succeed.”