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Until the advent of materialism and 19th c. dogma, Western Civilisation was  superior to anything Islam had developed.  Islam has not aided in the development of the modern world; in fact civilisation has only been created in spite of Islam.  Proof of this resides in the 'modern' world and the unending political-economic and spiritual poverty of Muslim states and regions.  Squatting on richer civilisations is not 'progress'.  Islam is pagan, totalitarian, and irrational.   


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An Advent Lament

The pending doom of Christianity is almost inevitable.

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One of the most serious cases of Christian persecution and ethnic cleansing in Europe has taken place against the ethnic Armenian Christian enclave of the Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) region within Muslim Azerbaijan.  Azerbaijan established an illegal blockade of the remaining Armenian-controlled areas, and in September 2023 launched a military offensive. 120,000 Armenian Christians were displaced when Azerbaijan seized the territory, this involved the widespread destruction of cultural and religious heritage belonging to the world’s oldest Christian nation. The region has witnessed what is arguably the most serious ethnic cleansing event of the 21st century. Still, it remains largely overlooked by media in the West. 


The Catholic Church has said nothing about Artsakh of course, obsessed with a non-existing climate upheaval, and praying for their Muslim ‘brothers’ in Gaza. 


According to the latest Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe annual report, 748 anti-Christian hate crimes were committed in Europe last year, 38 of which were violent physical attacks and three were murders.  The report noted that ‘there had been a surge of clear extremism-motivated attacks’. The majority of these attacks were committed by groups with ‘far-left’, satanic, Islamic, feminist or queer-Tranny affiliations.


The French Ministry of the Interior releases annual reports on crimes classified as anti-religious within France.  Christophobic crimes and anti-Christian crimes top the lists. 


In 2021, just in one year, there were 857 such acts of Christophobic hate and violence, in which 857 were categorised as anti-Christian. Only 213 are logged as anti-Muslim.  Is anyone declaring that Christianity is being persecuted in France and needs protection?  Few if any.


The attacks are physical.  In France in 2022, some 105 anti-Christian arson were recorded.  The real number is likely higher.  Some estimate that 3 churches per day are attacked, defaced, defecated in, vandalised or targeted in some manner by Christophobes.  In January 2023 three churches in Paris were set ablaze.  Yet I am told that Notre Dame was an accident in which a ‘wire short’ torched 800-year-old rock hard oak causing 2 blazes at the same time on the roof, one in the centre, one in the corner.  Colour me stupid.  The Catholic Church said nothing.


In the UK various Christian street preachers have been arrested for causing distress to those who disagree with Christian teachings.  Others arrested for saying silent prayers outside the baby murdering centres.  Still others arrested in their homes for declaiming against the mental illness of trannyism.  Finnish parliamentarian Päivi Räsänen was also charged with ‘war crimes and crimes against humanity’ for quoting Scripture.  Increasingly and boldly, the Bible is being legislated as hate speech by the Freemasons, Satanists, and material-secularists running our world. The Christian Churches say and do nothing. 


In China and India, Christianity is under assault.  Not only is Christianity rejected but actively persecuted.  In every Muslim state Christianity is violated or made illegal.  Christians cannot build churches, evangelise, worship freely or marry Muslim women.  Christians are routinely attacked, murdered, raped and their buildings pulled down, in Muslim states as diverse, yet as unitary and ossified, as Nigeria, Syria and Pakistan.  In the Holy Land Christianity will soon be extinct and it will be erased as well in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Egypt.  The Christian Churches say and do nothing. 


The self-proclaimed geniuses running Western institutions of power, do have plenty to say about plant food, the quackcines as ‘science’, the need to reduce the population, the need to de-industrialise, the moral-Christ-centric ‘imperative’ to welcome tens of millions of Africans and Muslims into once Christian and White lands, with young fighting age men relabelled as ‘refugees’.  Erasing Christianity fits in perfectly with their plans to bring in a NWO global government, or as Bat Yeor calls it a global ‘caliphate’.  To do this you need to erase the nation state and its Christian culture.


For the globalists and Marxists their pets the Muslims are majority non-white, making them instantly superior.  White Christians especially, deserve no sympathy for theirs is the religion of the White West marked by imperialism, slaving and oppression.  Or so the deluded gospel of the secularist preaches.  In the game of global politics and identity-race politics Christians are persona non grata and invisible, even if they are Black Muslim Christians in Nigeria, where some 5000 are murdered by Muslims every year and 80 church buildings are pulled down and hundreds more are raped and enslaved as sex slaves.  Black Lives only Matter if you are not Christian.


Christianity is now isolated and is being ripped apart internally by a secularist-materialist Church hierarchy who are in the main unacquainted with the doctrines of the Bible and are too supine, stupid and weak to defend the legacy of Christianity.  For them the main considerations are career, power, pensions, and money.  They are too blind and nescient to see that their embrace of secularism is precisely what the Christophobes expect and want, as part of their plan to completely efface the world of the Christian faith.


Why I am now a Christian: Atheism can't equip us for civilisational war, By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

She still needs a lot of educating, but at least has seen the light.

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NB:  The well-known Somalian activist and atheist has seen the civilisational light.  She knows that the West is imploding, and that culture is King.  Without Christianity we are doomed.  Without Christianity there is no modern civilisation.  There is a quantum leap from paganism to modernity, bridged by Christianity.  In every sphere, be it in war, governance, parliaments, the arts, literature, science, medicine, learning, architecture, trade, technology, agriculture, innovation, consumerism, banking, accounting, business, capital formation, welfare, hospitals, hospices, morality, ethics and societal improvement, Christians led and Christians built.  This is a simple historical fact.  The white slave-based empires of Greece and Rome, as well as those of various Sunni and Shia Muslim states, did not and could not make the jump from the abstract and enslaved, to the physical, concrete and free. 


It is atheism and atheopathy which is destroying the West, based on materialism, the Darwinian religion, the cult of deep time belief, and the attendant arrogance and hubris of people who believe they are Gods.  It is atheism and disbelief which bring in relativity in all spheres of society, and which leads ineluctably to the mental illness that men are women and women are men.  When your society is riven by deceit, run by criminal industries like Pharma, unable to tell a vagina from a penis, or supports endless wars to enrich the criminals in government and the military complex, applauds Muslim Jihad and terror, opens it borders to depopulate the native populations, and is wrought with anxiety over a non-existing man-made climate scam, and happily deploys a global fascism over a non-existent flu threat, the end is not far off.


Where is she wrong in her assessment?  Certainly not about Islam or Globalism and the Great Reset.   She like most however, is completely blind to the fascism of Western states evidenced by the Corona scamdemic totalitarianism.   The endless panoply of government agencies (some 2000 just in the US), not to mention the UN, WHO, the WEF and the uncountable number of international agreements, agencies, NGOs and their ilk who desire global governance.  The massive spend and inevitable bankruptcy (war, lockdowns, welfare, Net zero etc).  The illimitable wars which destroy peace and trade.  She is wrong about Putin and Russia who are fighting an existential war against NATO with its Ukraine rump state, taken over by the US in 2014, acting as the proxy army, one that is being systematically destroyed.  Like most Westerners she is blind to much of reality.  But at least she got one thing right – without Christianity we will fall into the abyss – even if she ignores the cultural Marxism, Net Zero totalitarianism, Corona, her own government’s embrace of dictatorship under the criminal Biden, and the obvious evil and fascism of modern atheistic governance.



“In 2002, I discovered a 1927 lecture by Bertrand Russell entitled “Why I am Not a Christian”. It did not cross my mind, as I read it, that one day, nearly a century after he delivered it to the South London branch of the National Secular Society, I would be compelled to write an essay with precisely the opposite title.


The year before, I had publicly condemned the terrorist attacks of the 19 men who had hijacked passenger jets and crashed them into the twin towers in New York. They had done it in the name of my religion, Islam. I was a Muslim then, although not a practising one. If I truly condemned their actions, then where did that leave me? The underlying principle that justified the attacks was religious, after all: the idea of Jihad or Holy War against the infidels. Was it possible for me, as for many members of the Muslim community, simply to distance myself from the action and its horrific results?


At the time, there were many eminent leaders in the West — politicians, scholars, journalists, and other experts — who insisted that the terrorists were motivated by reasons other than the ones they and their leader Osama Bin Laden had articulated so clearly. So Islam had an alibi.


This excuse-making was not only condescending towards Muslims. It also gave many Westerners a chance to retreat into denial. Blaming the errors of US foreign policy was easier than contemplating the possibility that we were confronted with a religious war. We have seen a similar tendency in the past five weeks, as millions of people sympathetic to the plight of Gazans seek to rationalise the October 7 terrorist attacks as a justified response to the policies of the Israeli government.

When I read Russell’s lecture, I found my cognitive dissonance easing. It was a relief to adopt an attitude of scepticism towards religious doctrine, discard my faith in God and declare that no such entity existed. Best of all, I could reject the existence of hell and the danger of everlasting punishment.

Russell’s assertion that religion is based primarily on fear resonated with me. I had lived for too long in terror of all the gruesome punishments that awaited me. While I had abandoned all the rational reasons for believing in God, that irrational fear of hellfire still lingered. Russell’s conclusion thus came as something of a relief: “When I die, I shall rot.”


During Islamic study sessions, we shared with the preacher in charge of the session our worries. For instance, what should we do about the friends we loved and felt loyal to but who refused to accept our dawa (invitation to the faith)? In response, we were reminded repeatedly about the clarity of the Prophet’s instructions. We were told in no uncertain terms that we could not be loyal to Allah and Muhammad while also maintaining friendships and loyalty towards the unbelievers. If they explicitly rejected our summons to Islam, we were to hate and curse them.

Here, a special hatred was reserved for one subset of unbeliever: the Jew. We cursed the Jews multiple times a day and expressed horror, disgust and anger at the litany of offences he had allegedly committed. The Jew had betrayed our Prophet. He had occupied the Holy Mosque in Jerusalem. He continued to spread corruption of the heart, mind and soul.


You can see why, to someone who had been through such a religious schooling, atheism seemed so appealing. Bertrand Russell offered a simple, zero-cost escape from an unbearable life of self-denial and harassment of other people. For him, there was no credible case for the existence of God. Religion, Russell argued, was rooted in fear: “Fear is the basis of the whole thing — fear of the mysterious, fear of defeat, fear of death.”


As an atheist, I thought I would lose that fear. I also found an entirely new circle of friends, as different from the preachers of the Muslim Brotherhood as one could imagine. The more time I spent with them — people such as Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins — the more confident I felt that I had made the right choice. For the atheists were clever. They were also a great deal of fun.


So, what changed? Why do I call myself a Christian now?

Part of the answer is global. Western civilisation is under threat from three different but related forces: the resurgence of great-power authoritarianism and expansionism in the forms of the Chinese Communist Party and Vladimir Putin’s Russia; the rise of global Islamism, which threatens to mobilise a vast population against the West; and the viral spread of woke ideology, which is eating into the moral fibre of the next generation.

We endeavour to fend off these threats with modern, secular tools: military, economic, diplomatic and technological efforts to defeat, bribe, persuade, appease or surveil. And yet, with every round of conflict, we find ourselves losing ground. We are either running out of money, with our national debt in the tens of trillions of dollars, or we are losing our lead in the technological race with China.


But we can’t fight off these formidable forces unless we can answer the question: what is it that unites us? The response that “God is dead!” seems insufficient. So, too, does the attempt to find solace in “the rules-based liberal international order”. The only credible answer, I believe, lies in our desire to uphold the legacy of the


Judeo-Christian tradition.

That legacy consists of an elaborate set of ideas and institutions designed to safeguard human life, freedom and dignity — from the nation state and the rule of law to the institutions of science, health and learning. As Tom Holland has shown in his marvellous book Dominion, all sorts of apparently secular freedoms — of the market, of conscience and of the press — find their roots in Christianity.


And so I have come to realise that Russell and my atheist friends failed to see the wood for the trees. The wood is the civilisation built on the Judeo-Christian tradition; it is the story of the West, warts and all. Russell’s critique of those contradictions in Christian doctrine is serious, but it is also too narrow in scope.

For instance, he gave his lecture in a room full of (former or at least doubting) Christians in a Christian country. Think about how unique that was nearly a century ago, and how rare it still is in non-Western civilisations. Could a Muslim philosopher stand before any audience in a Muslim country — then or now — and deliver a lecture with the title “Why I am not a Muslim”? In fact, a book with that title exists, written by an ex-Muslim. But the author published it in America under the pseudonym Ibn Warraq. It would have been too dangerous to do otherwise.

To me, this freedom of conscience and speech is perhaps the greatest benefit of Western civilisation. It does not come naturally to man. It is the product of centuries of debate within Jewish and Christian communities. It was these debates that advanced science and reason, diminished cruelty, suppressed superstitions, and built institutions to order and protect life, while guaranteeing freedom to as many people as possible. Unlike Islam, Christianity outgrew its dogmatic stage. It became increasingly clear that Christ’s teaching implied not only a circumscribed role for religion as something separate from politics. It also implied compassion for the sinner and humility for the believer.

Yet I would not be truthful if I attributed my embrace of Christianity solely to the realisation that atheism is too weak and divisive a doctrine to fortify us against our menacing foes. I have also turned to Christianity because I ultimately found life without any spiritual solace unendurable — indeed very nearly self-destructive. Atheism failed to answer a simple question: what is the meaning and purpose of life?

Russell and other activist atheists believed that with the rejection of God we would enter an age of reason and intelligent humanism. But the “God hole” — the void left by the retreat of the church — has merely been filled by a jumble of irrational quasi-religious dogma. The result is a world where modern cults prey on the dislocated masses, offering them spurious reasons for being and action — mostly by engaging in virtue-signalling theatre on behalf of a victimised minority or our supposedly doomed planet. The line often attributed to G.K. Chesterton has turned into a prophecy: “When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything.”


In this nihilistic vacuum, the challenge before us becomes civilisational. We can’t withstand China, Russia and Iran if we can’t explain to our populations why it matters that we do. We can’t fight woke ideology if we can’t defend the civilisation that it is determined to destroy. And we can’t counter Islamism with purely secular tools. To win the hearts and minds of Muslims here in the West, we have to offer them something more than videos on TikTok.

The lesson I learned from my years with the Muslim Brotherhood was the power of a unifying story, embedded in the foundational texts of Islam, to attract, engage and mobilise the Muslim masses. Unless we offer something as meaningful, I fear the erosion of our civilisation will continue. And fortunately, there is no need to look for some new-age concoction of medication and mindfulness. Christianity has it all.

That is why I no longer consider myself a Muslim apostate, but a lapsed atheist. Of course, I still have a great deal to learn about Christianity. I discover a little more at church each Sunday. But I have recognised, in my own long journey through a wilderness of fear and self-doubt, that there is a better way to manage the challenges of existence than either Islam or unbelief had to offer."


The implosion of the Catholic Church. Another great Schism.

Bergoglio is not the Pope. He was imposed not elected.

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Two great schisms occurred in Christian history.  In the modern era we are witnessing a third and probably final and fatal schism.  The First schism occurred in 1054 between the Western and Greek Eastern churches.  The differences between Roman and Western European culture and liturgical rites, idols and art, and of Greek and Eastern language and ecumenical emphasis, made a division ineluctable.  Add in the sordid nature of politics, the dynamics of dynasties and territorial control, and the endless conflicts which dominate the Middle Ages, and the original schism can be viewed as inevitable.  The second Christian civil war and separation was the Protesting ‘Reformation’ leading to Lutheranism and State-controlled churches.  Thought protests and outrage at the abuse of the Catholic Church and its accretion of wealth and power was necessary, very little in the way of reforming or reformation can be seen from this event.  It did benefit the State and its cabalistic interests, however which was the main purpose.

The third great schism is occurring in the modern age.  After 10 years of the worst Pope in a very long time, the interests and sects which preach the secularisation and ‘globalisation’ of the Church have hollowed out the core of Catholic history and dogma.  Pope Francis and his coup of 2013, erected by a small group of ‘St. Gallen mafia’, initiated the evisceration of traditional Catholic teachings and history.  The purpose is to align the Church to secular interests in all areas of culture, finance, and technocratic globalism.  Perversely, this very same objective will be the end of the Church itself.  The disaster that is the Papacy of Bergoglio heralds the collapse of the Catholic Church and this is simply a matter of time.  The Church, a 2000 year old institution steeped in history, miracles, revelations and innovation has made itself irrelevant.  It is probably fair to say that many if not most of its operatives, clergy, Bishops, Cardinals and apparatchiks, including the Pope, are not really Catholic.  They are politicians and of a very crude and low quality. 


For the past 10 years, under Bergoglio, the imposed and false Pope, a great revolution and schism has developed in the Catholic Church.  It is in essence the infiltration of the Church in Rome, by operatives who ultimately work for “the prince of this world” (John 12:31, 14:30, 16:11), namely the Devil and are evil in their influence and objectives.  ‘The prince of this world’ works through the faux-Pope Bergoglio, who is implementing the wishes of the Second Vatican Council of 1962-65 which sought the collapse of traditional Catholicism.  This disastrous council ushered in Masonic influence within the Catholic Church, mirroring the Masonic penetration in most Western governments, in particular the ‘criminal’ US Federal government.  The philosophies of Bergoglio and Vatican II are represented by ‘nominalism’ (nothing is real), ‘progressivism’ (science as religion), and ‘relativism’ (everything is equal), and have been employed as weapons to undermine fidelity to Catholic history and tradition.



Bergoglio and his cabal do not promulgate Catholic doctrine.  They are on the record for stating that Catholics and Christians should not evangelise their faith.  They believe in the power of secular government and authority to be far greater than the Church.  ‘Relativism’ imbues the Church’s position on Muhammadanism, open borders, other faiths and even paganism.  Under Bergoglio the Catholic Church is just one faith or belief system of many, and probably not even the best, truest or most important.  Traditional mass is now outlawed, and some of the most traditional Catholic and holy of groups are openly persecuted by the Vatican and Bergoglio including the Franciscans of the Immaculate, the Heralds of the Gospel, the Little Sisters of Mary Mother of the Redeemer.  Other traditional Catholic groups are declared to be ‘terrorist’ groups.  It all fits the pattern for both Church and State.  From Vatican II and Bergoglio Catholic doctrine is demoted and ridiculed and its place the new religious doctrines are elevated, including inter-alia:


  • Science or more accurately defined $cience, or Scientism which is the merger of technology and corrupted philosophy, which should inform all activities and compliance
  • Climate Worship (plant food has nothing to do with climate)
  • Gaia worship which is usually conflated with ‘Climate’
  • ‘Malthusianism’ or the mistaken belief that there are too many humans and the population needs culling (total population will fall by 35%, by 2100)
  • Open borders and the destruction of once White Christian nation states
  • World Economic Forum, UN, WHO and other transnational power structures as the ruling theologies to follow
  • Corona Fascism, health-Nazism and subservience to the state and its whims on ‘vaccinations’ (made with murdered baby-liver cells), technology and digital banking control
  • Muhammandanism, the most Christophobic cult in history, to be embraced as a fellow traveller, a friend, and the same as, or even better than the Church
  • Russian guilt in the Ukrainian conflict, and the elevation of the corrupt Jewish run oligarchy of the Ukraine as a glowing democratic ideal, and the only bulwark between the Russian Orcs and civilisational obliteration


This third and final schism, on-going since 1965, is an act of self-immolation, implemented by the ‘Deep Church’ in alliance with ‘Deep State’ actors, and those pushing a ‘New World Order’.  All of the above theologies from the globalists and deep state.  The core of Church-rot lies within the once-vaunted, now emasculated and corrupt order of Jesuits.  Bergoglio is first a Jesuit and then a Catholic.  It used to be Catholic law that it was forbidden for a Jesuit to ascend the ranks of the Hierarchy.  For some reason, in Bergoglio’s case, this precedent was ignored when he became a consecrated Archbishop of Buenos Aires.  This was a papal dispensation given rather ironically and surprisingly by Pope Benedict, often portrayed as the anti-thesis of Bergoglio.  If that dispensation had not been granted and instead the Rule of St. Ignatius had been respected, Bergoglio would never have become Pope.  It is evident that the Jesuits have played a prominent role not only in carrying out the conciliar revolution, but also in manoeuvring to bring one of their own to the Throne of Peter.  It is also obvious that the rot in the Jesuit order and the Vatican long pre-dates 1965 and that for whatever reason, Pope Benedict wittingly, or unwittingly, played a decisive role in bringing the disaster called Bergoglio to the papacy.


The ‘Bergoglian’ revolution is the extension of Vatican II.  Since 1965, the Church no longer views itself as unique or inspired by divine guidance.  It roundly rejects most of its history, especially those pertaining to the mystics, the saints, the physical and well recorded and observed miracles, the apparitions, bleeding statues, stigmata, blood giving eucharists, the Shroud of Turin which cannot be explained even by the most mendacious of Church-haters.  The entire corpus of the immaterial and spiritual, so significant and real for Catholics over 1900 years, consigned to the superstition, illiteracy, gullibility and fanaticism of primitive people – the same ones who built civilisation including modern science, mathematics, medicine and technology. 


It is hard to know if priests, bishops, cardinals, the Vatican, the hierarchy of the Church and Bergoglio actually believe in God or Christ.  Perhaps real faith hides within the governance structure.  The Catholic Church is a top-down dictatorial model of governance.  There is no room for individuality.  No church in the Catholic world preaches Catholic history, miracles, the saints, or Hell.  Some of the gospel readings do include miracles created by Christ but are usually glossed over as the sermon rushes on to the ‘urgent’ issue of ‘the climate hell’.  Not a mention of Christian Hell in any church.  No historical anecdotes, analogies, personality expositions, or references to the great achievements of the Catholic Church.  Nothing. 


The only refrains uttered in the Catholic Church is that ordained by its top-down directorate and the themes are globalist-Marxist, suffused with ‘relativism’, earnest applause and concern for not just Muhammadans but non-believers, Gaia and the deep-state demands of compliance and conformity.  Anyone who is ‘good’ goes to heaven states Bergoglio, no need for that tiresome investment of energy and intellect to understand the Catholic catechism and the old and new testaments.  Christ was Lord says the Church, but let’s be quiet about it quickly adds.  It might sound ‘unscientific’ to be too bold about the claim. Some sermons cautiously mention that imitating Christ and ‘loving thy neighbour’ no matter what, would be a good path forward.  But the sermon will reiterate that the relationship of ‘love thy neighbour’ is entirely uni-directional.  There is no need for anyone to love you the Catholic and when you are hated, you should accept it and know your place.  Turn your cheek and don’t fight back, accept your inferiority, and ‘bear your cross’.  You are of no importance and your creed is at best a nice superstition.  These are vapid and degraded inversions of the real gospel and point of Christianity.  Such a doctrine of passive supine ignorance would have landed a medieval priest a meeting with a rope and a stake.


What is the logical outcome of Vatican II and the Bergoglio-coup?  Empty churches, empty offertories, empty seminaries, empty religious orders and empty-headed clergy. 


The Corona scamdemic was in my opinion, the death knell for the Catholic Church.  It could have stood up to the globalist-secular state and defended freedom.  It could have invoked its muscular 2000-year history of civilisation and protecting natural law rights.  From Don Pelayo to Copernicus, from Leo III to John Paul II, the Church could have rallied civilisation and those with critical thinking skills, even those non-Catholics who could view the Fascism for what it was, against the demonic evil of the scamdemic.  The dead from lockdowns, the stabs, the policies, may have been prevented.  Instead the Church acquiesced and ignored its historic role as the guardian of civilisation and freedom, not to mention critical thinking and faith.  It was simply an accessory to fascism and murder.  The Church abdicated its power and authority to the ‘deep state’ and its globalist cabal.  More than likely, money was involved as a reason for the abdication.  Priests or any Catholic who spoke out were attacked, marginalised and shuttered – by the Church. 


It is clear that the Catholic Church is rending itself into pieces.  Traditional Catholics are attacked, some are declared to be terrorists.  They won’t participate in the Bergoglian heresy.  Globalist ideology, open borders, relativism, neo-Malthusianism, the New World Order, and the Religion of Humanity, all conspire to destroy the Church from within.  When the Christian Church sounds like the BBC, or a UN manifesto, it patently serves no real purpose.


Read:  Archbishop Vigano on what ails the Church.