The first line of defence


The following text is taken from a prescient article published in the summer of 2006 by The Fatima Crusader. Our Lady of Fatima is the source of this important message all eloquently explained by Fr. Nicholas Gruner.

The Rosary


Defend Yourself and Your Family

[1] ‘The first line of defence against diabolical disorientation is to pray, especially the Rosary. Our Lady promises that if you pray the Rosary every day, you will not fall into heresy. And if you’ve already fallen into heresy, by praying the Rosary every day, the Blessed Virgin will pull you out of it.

[2] Catholics must pray the Rosary every day, especially since they are almost completely surrounded by a leadership that is diabolically disoriented, as well as by peers and colleagues who are following the bad leaders into apostasy. You need to pray at least five decades of the Rosary each day, to keep your senses and head about you and not become infected by this disorientation yourself.’

‘Sister Lucy explained: “People must recite the Rosary every day. Our Lady repeated this in all Her apparitions, as if to arm us in advance against these times of diabolical disorientation, so that we would not let ourselves be fooled by false doctrines, and that through prayers, the elevation of our soul to God would not be diminished.” ‘

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