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Rosary is the Path to Victory against Pope Francis's Modernism

The Remnant article on October 16 titled "The Oath Against Modernism: Template for Action" by the fine journalist Hilary White said:

"We’ve probably all had enough of the facile reminder, “Just pray the Rosary.” Since many, many people who squeeze their daily beads are in the same state of confusion as those who don't, maybe we can try getting more specific... I would suggest that a first step in any battle plan must be accurate intelligence. We have to know very precisely what our enemies are doing... But since the principles of Modernism have been adopted by our entire civilisation, by interiorising the Oath [against Modernism of Pope St. Pius X] , one can in a sense inoculate on by oneself against the aerosolized version of the disease."
[https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/4140-the-oath-against-modernism-template-for-action]

This is a good tactic, but not the "template for action." 

White is wrong if she means to make the rosary a secondary action to her tactic of "interiorising the Oath" by saying: "We've probably all had enough of the facile reminder, 'just pray the rosary.'"

Two commenters on her article appeared to agreed that she was apparently making the rosary secondary:

"Philip Dunton Kelly Ann
The answer is in the most powerful weapon available to us, the Holy Rosary. We are in this mess because people stopped praying!"

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The path to victory for us is the rosary as it was for the Austrians.

The way to victory for the Austrians to defeat the Russians according to Fr. Pater Petrus was "a tithe: that ten percent of the Austrians, 700,000, would pledge to say the rosary daily for the Soviets to leave their country. 700,000 pledged" as told on the Santo Rosario website:

"At the end of World War II, the allies did a nasty thing: they turned Catholic Austria over to the Russians. The Austrians tolerated this Soviet domination for three years, but that was enough. They wanted the Soviets out of their country. But what could Austria do: seven million against 220 million?"

"Then a priest, Pater Petrus, remembered Don John of Austria. Outnumbered three to one, Don John led the Papal, Venetian, and Spanish ships against the Turks at Lepanto, and through the power of the rosary miraculously defeated them. So Pater Petrus called for a rosary crusade against the Soviets. He asked for a tithe: that ten percent of the Austrians, 700,000, would pledge to say the rosary daily for the Soviets to leave their country. 700,000 pledged."

"For seven years the Austrians prayed the rosary. Then, on May 13, the anniversary of the apparition at Fatima, in 1955, the Russians left Austria."

"Even to this day military strategists and historians are baffled. Why did the Communists pull out? Austria is a strategically located country, a door to the West, rich in mineral deposits and oil reserves? To them it was an enigma."

"Al Williams, former custodian of the National Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, heard me tell this story once. He said to me, "You know, Father, I am Austrian. Well, three months before Therese Neumann died, I visited her (June 18, 1962). One question I asked her was, 'Why did the Russians leave Austria?' She told me, 'Verily, verily, it was the rosaries of the Austrian people.' ' "

"In other words, Our Lady's rosary did what the Hungarian Freedom Fighters could not do with a bloodbath of 25,000 people. John Cortes, brilliant writer and diplomat of the 19th century wrote: 'Those who pray do more for the world than those who fight. If the world is going from bad to worse, it is because there are more battles than prayers.'"
The rosary was given to save the world and the Church.

The following text is taken from an interview with Sister Lucia, (one of the Fatima visionaries), by Father Fuentes in December 26, 1957

"Look, Father, the Most Holy Virgin in these last times in which we live has given new efficacy in the recitation of the Holy Rosary. She has given this efficacy to such an extent that there is no problem, no matter how difficult it is, whether temporal or above all spiritual, in the personal life of each one of us, of our families, of the families in the world, or of the religious communities, or even of the life of peoples and nations that cannot be solved by the Rosary. There is no problem, I tell you, no matter how difficult it is, that we cannot solve by the prayer of the Holy Rosary. With the Holy Rosary, we will save ourselves."
There is no doubt that Pope Francis and Modernism are behind the greatest crisis in the history of the Church.

The Catholic Resistance is fighting for the restoration of the Church by exposing the falsehoods and evil that have entered the Church.

We must keep doing this as White said, but we will fail if we don't pray at Mass and outside Mass for the restoration.

Jesus Christ will restore the Church unless we, at the moment, are approaching the Last Judgment.

God, as with our eternal salvation, wants us to cooperate with His grace for the restoration with our works and prayers.

Outside Mass, our greatest weapon to bring about the restoration is the Rosary.

When you pray at Mass or pray the Rosary or any other prayer, keep in mind what St. Francis De Sales said are the necessary conditions to get your prayers answered:

"The first is that one be little by humility;

the second, that one be great in hope;

and the third, that one be grafted onto Jesus Christ crucified."

St. Francis De Sales said if we want our prayers "to reach Heaven," the first condition is that we be aware that we are beggars who are aware of "our nothingness."

Next, we place our hope "upon charity [God's love], otherwise it would no longer be hope, but rather presumption."

Finally, like St. Catherine of Siena who "while meditating on the Passion and Death of Our Lord... was in a bath of His Precious Blood... We, too, must never go to prayer without being similarly bathed... in the Blood of our Master, whose merits render them agreeable to the Divine Majesty."

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.


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