David Martin


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David Martin is the former moderator for St. Michaels Radio which is the one radio program of our time specializing in Catholic prophecy. He has also authored numerous articles on the Church and the Papacy which have appeared on various blogs and websites.David presently resides in Los Angeles, California where for thirty years he has coordinated a Catholic ministry. He is a daily communicant in his parish church and strongly supports Benedict XVI’s aspiration to see the Traditional Latin Mass returned to every Catholic parish of the world.

Most Recent Articles by David Martin:

Open Letter to President Trump

May 27, 2017 — David Martin

Mr. President:

With all due respect for the person of Pope Francis and the Petrine Office he holds, we urge you not to read the encyclical letter Laudato Si given to you by the pope during your recent Vatican visit, as it is a masterpiece of New Age deception which advocates a borderless one-world government under the governance of a “world political authority.” Its whole point is to place man in touch with his environment. It builds its bridges to the planet, not to Almighty God, and as such, cannot be instrumental in advancing world peace. 

The encyclical was actually written by the pope’s ghost writers Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernandez Guttierrez and Bishop Mario Toso for the purpose of spearheading the U.N. “Sustainable Development Goals” of making “Mother Earth” a safer place through population control (abortion). The encyclical’s vehement fight against man-made climate change has earned it enthusiastic acclaim from the very people [globalists] that have been battling you since the day you announced you were running for president.

Francis: Keepers of Doctrine are Fanatics

May 24, 2017 — David Martin

Solicitous concern over the purity of doctrine reflects the truest love of God and neighbor, since doctrine, as with any of the Ten Commandments, is not an ideal that may be watered down or dismissed to suit ones fancy, but an eternal command set in stone for man’s sanctification. In the same way a healthcare expert does not tolerate poison in the diet, so a true priest will never tolerate poison in the spiritual diet. It has to be pure, which means it has to be clear, without which it is poison.

But Pope Francis has now come out and slammed conservative Catholics who earnestly maintain that purity of doctrine be preserved. Concerning such people, the pope said in his Friday morning homily: “They are fanatics about things that are not clear, such as these fanatics who go about there, sowing discord in order to divide the Christian community.”

Attention President Trump:  May 24 Meeting with Pope Francis

May 16, 2017 — David Martin

Mr. President:

If part of your objective in meeting with the pope next week is to diplomatically establish common ground in such a way that he will appreciate your immigration policy and see you as an advocate of world peace, express your appreciation of how the the Catholic Church from the very beginning has always built a wall against moral corruption and built its bridge to Almighty God. Point out how this has always proved to be the path to true peace and how you are simply applying this in a political way. Thereby you will show respect for the Church he heads while providing a little nudge for him to return to the tradition of the Faith from which he has been dissenting.

Pope Planning Pentecostal Celebration with Charismatics

May 5, 2017 — David Martin

Pope Francis has invited thousands of Catholic “charismatics” and members of Pentecostal and Evangelical churches to Rome to celebrate Pentecost and mark the 50th anniversary of the so-called Catholic Charismatic Renewal.

Francis, who has a history of participating in charismatic-interfaith events, will lead a prayer vigil on June 3, the eve of Pentecost, at Rome’s Circus Maximus, and will offer Pentecost Mass the next morning in St. Peter’s Square.

The question is raised as to why Francis would entertain a sect that is manifestly errant and which the Church has already spoken against. In May 1969, Pope Paul VI publicly denounced “the illusion of a free and charismatic Christianity” which ‘‘does not build, but demolishes,” and deplored those who “have recourse to gratuitous charismatic suppositions in order to fill up the interior emptiness created by their own loss of confidence in the guidance of the Church.”

Priest Charged with Assault for Defending Eucharist during Traditional Latin Mass

Apr 23, 2017 — David Martin

This concerns a humble and holy priest from Brazil, Fr. Batista da Silva, who was accosted by a transgressor who maliciously disrupted his Ash Wednesday Mass while shouting obscenities against the priest, and who then proceeded to defile the Holy Eucharist after the priest mildly advised him that he would not be permitted to receive Communion in the hand as he demanded. After tripping and falling down through his own fury, parishioners were able to peaceably secure the man for the purpose of extracting the defiled Host from his hand, which was done successfully and without further incident. Their objective was to simply halt the altercation and defend the Holy Eucharist from sacrilege.

Criminal indictments have now been brought against Fr. Batista on the grounds that he incited violence against the man. It should be pointed out that Fr. Batista was offering the Latin Tridentine Mass, which explains the man’s hostility, since the Latin Mass is what enrages the devil’s fury more than anything else. This isn’t the first time the Latin Mass has incited the malice of the ancient serpent. Since when hasn’t it?

Lamentation of the Church during the 100th Anniversary of Fatima

Mar 20, 2017 — David Martin

O Church of Our Divine Saviour
Set up to be faithful and true,
Through the ages you were radiant with glory,
But what hast happened to you!

Your nuns have become foolish maidens,
Your priests are polluted with error,
Your prophets utter strange delusions
While the flock is led to despair.

Did Francis Formally Profess Heresy?

Mar 6, 2017 — David Martin

In an interview with Catholic World Report (CWR) in December 2016, Cardinal Raymond Burke, archbishop and patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, said that if a pope were to “formally profess heresy he would cease, by that act, to be the Pope.”

The cardinal was reiterating Church teaching, as expressed by famed canonist Franz Wernz in his Ius Canonicum: “In sum, it needs to be said clearly that a [publicly] heretical Roman Pontiff loses his power upon the very fact.” Burke stressed that he was “not saying that Pope Francis is in heresy,” but was simply pointing out that it “could happen” that a pope could formally profess heresy.

Francis Laments Hypocritical Catholics?

Feb 24, 2017 — David Martin

Pope Francis on Thursday suggested that it is better to be an atheist than to be a Catholic who leads a hypocritical double life. At his private morning Mass at his residence, he said, “How many times have we all heard people say ‘if that person is a Catholic, it is better to be an atheist’.”

It indeed would be better to be an atheist than to come to Mass every single day with the intention of changing the Church. Those who seek change and who are dissatisfied with tradition, i.e. the modernists, are the true hypocrites, because in the name of God they reject His Church, while seeking a new religion that incorporates heretics and homosexuals.

Was Jorge Bergoglio the Cause of St. Faustina’s Greatest Suffering?

Feb 20, 2017 — David Martin

On December 17, 1936, the renown mystic St. Faustina, known for her role in establishing the devotion to the Divine Mercy, penned two entries into her diary which warrant close examination today. Entries 823 and 824 appear to be closely related and occur chronologically without interruption. Without further ado, the first part of her statement [entry 823] is as follows.

“I have offered this day for priests. I have suffered more today than ever before, both interiorly and exteriorly. I did not know it was possible to suffer so much in one day. I tried to make a Holy Hour, in the course of which my spirit had a taste of the bitterness of the Garden of Gethsemane. I am fighting alone, supported by His arm, against all the difficulties that face me like unassailable walls. But I trust in the power of His name and I fear nothing.” — Diary of St. Faustina, 823

Francis Apparently not Happy with Roman Posters

Feb 14, 2017 — David Martin

Pope Francis seems to have taken offense over an anonymous poster campaign which called into question his mercy. On February 4, Romans woke up to more than 200 posters of a stern-faced pope plastered all over the city, with a caption that asks, “But where is your mercy?”

The unidentified posters accused Francis of having “ignored cardinals” and “decapitated the Order of Malta” — references to a bitter dispute between the order and the Vatican that benched a conservative cardinal.

But what would Jesus do about immigration?

Feb 6, 2017 — David Martin

This may appear as a cartoon, but it contains a dead serious message. No one gets to Heaven unless they obey God and pass the test.  As St. Theresa said, “Heaven is earned very hard.” As pilgrims upon earth, we are migrating as it were to our future home, but no one just walks through the Pearly Gates. There is much vetting to get in, and many are turned away.

“For many, I say to you, shall seek to enter, and shall not be able.” (Luke 13:24)

Unwarranted Federal Judge Ruling Jeopardizing National Security

Feb 5, 2017 — David Martin

District Court Judge James Robart has jeopardized America’s security by blocking President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration which temporarily bars travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States. 

The State of Washington filed action against the Executive Order on January 27, alleging that sections of the order are contrary to the Constitution, and Robart ruled in favor of the action by issuing a restraining order against the E.O. on the grounds that it does not “comport with our country’s laws, and more importantly, our Constitution.” (Judge James Robart)

Robart has declared the “unconstitutionality” of the President’s ban on traveling Muslims on the grounds that it discriminates against religion, however, his move is unfounded because not every religion is protected by the Constitution.

Queen Hillary to be Dethroned

Oct 25, 2016 — David Martin

Against the spirit of liberty and democracy, Hillary Clinton seeks to be a little queen, who says, “I am, and there is none else besides me.” (Isaiah 47:8) However, she is failing to realize that she is going up against someone who far exceeds her abilities, and who is far more beloved among the American people.

Americans should encourage themselves in knowing that their support for Donald Trump places them on the winning team. The facts speak for themselves. Trump has twice the amount of followers on Facebook as Hillary, with Trump having received 10,174,358 likes, compared to Hillary’s 5,385,959 likes. Trump has 10.7 million followers on Twitter, compared to 6.1 million followers for Hillary. According to the Washington Examiner, 41 percent of Hillary’s twitter followers are not even real people. Trump averages 30,000 viewers per live stream, while Clinton averages 500 viewers per live stream. On Reddit, Trump has 197,696 subscribers, while Hillary has only 24,429 subscribers. We can understand now why Hillary has been paying people to support her online, as was revealed by the DNC’s leaked emails from WikiLeaks.

Soros Paid $650K to Influence Bishops during U.S. Papal Visit

Aug 24, 2016 — David Martin

Billionaire and Illuminati affiliate George Soros paid $650,000.00 to influence the position of Catholic bishops during the pope’s U.S. visit last September, and with much success at that. (see story) 

This same Soros also paid environmentalists and key U.N. abortion advocates to speak at the Vatican Climate Change Summit on April 28, 2015, and propose that the Catholic Church endorse the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals of depopulating the planet through abortion. Key Vatican personnel were also paid and advised to accept these overtures from the U.N.

Get Back to Rome, Francis!

May 2, 2016 — David Martin

Concerning the many controversial “surprise” statements that Pope Francis has made, we’ve heard the argument for months that the “media is twisting his words” or that “he is being misinterpreted.” What it really boils down to is that his words are sometimes shocking and people are in denial about this.

It is true that the media will certainly do their part to stretch his words, but it’s time that Catholics come to grips and understand that most of these reports do reflect his ideas and what he has been saying. His own writings and video-taped sermons leave no question as to what he is saying. If we can see and hear him on video, where is the mistake?