|Adoration of the Magi, Juan Antonio de Frias and Escalante|
Our Lady is an admirable and unique creature without which the world would be isolated in sin. In fact, she is the mother of divine grace.
The Loreto litany is full of charming idioms that lead us to another realm of understanding: mother unharmed, queen of angels, queen of patriarchs, mirror of justice, seat of wisdom, cause of our joy, spiritual vessel, vessel of honor, house of gold , Ark of the Covenant, Gate of Heaven, Morning Star, Queen of Families … She participates in our salvation to the point where it is called the co-redemptrix of humanity. Our spiritual mother is a million times more powerful advocate than any earthly mother. She is the mother of mercy; our life, our sweetness and our hope.
Grace moves through hierarchies. The nine angel choirs have more or less privileges and powers. The higher angels tell the lower angels what they know about God. They all love and honor these channels. Grace flows through levels.
When he saw that a woman would surpass him, Lucifer rebelled. Pride and envy made him reject his place as one of the highest creatures and wage war against the complexity of God’s plan.
Lucifer’s sin reflects that feminist war against the Patriarchy. All societies since Adam were patriarchal. The reason is simple: Creation is a hierarchy that has its origin in God. “Equality” cannot overcome the natural dead end of biological facts. Why try to change the woman? It is a perfect creation. Femininity should be admired, viewed and valued as precious. Because this is not the case, children in the womb are destitute or murdered. The weakest are exposed to tools of murder and hate. Feminist equality is responsible for the outrageous exploitation of women and children.
When will the world turn to God again? What does it take to restore innocence and rekindle the fires of Christian charity? It will require rejection of romance, immorality, egalitarianism, and free love. It will require a return to order, family, marriage, patriarchy, and God.
|Jesus heals a centurion’s servant, Paolo Veronese|
“And Jesus went with them. And when he was not far from the house, the centurion sent his friends to him and said: Lord, do not worry, because I am not worthy that you go under my roof for whatever reason I did not consider myself worthy to come to you, but said the word, and my servant will be healed, because I am also a man who is subject to authority and has soldiers under me, and I agree one: go, and he goes, and another: come, and he comes, and to my servant, do that, and he does it. What Jesus heard was astonished: when he turned to the crowd that followed him he said: Amen, I tell you, I didn’t find that much faith, not even in Israel. And those who were sent and brought back to the house found all the servant who had been sick. “(Luke 7: 6-10)
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