Hence, we are a hundred years later Commemorating the event, But if we continue to bury her Secret, We are certainly bound to lament

Lamentation of the Church during the 100th Anniversary of Fatima

By —— Bio and Archives--March 20, 2017

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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.

Under the pretext of mercy,
Her shepherd says, “do not judge!”
Yet he judges that faithful remnant,
For against Christ, they do not grudge.

They rather hold fast to tradition,
And to His Law they faithfully cleave,
But for their unwavering fidelity,
They are all but asked to leave.

Those who live in adultery
Are rather served at the Lord’s table,
To partake in the Bread of Angels,
Which they hold to be a fable.

The Bible tells us to be faithful
Of which marriage is merely a sign,
But a foolish shepherd has dispensed with the rule,
Saying, “the law is now mine.”

The good cardinals in dubia
Cry out against this curse,
But their inquiry shall not be answered,
For the shepherd carries the purse.

He confers with the global synagogue
About protecting the planetary idol,
And agrees that we should now depopulate,
And that men should be less bridal.

He says, “breed not like rabbits,”
And “offend not Mother Earth,”
But the Law of Life commanded by God,
He seems to give little worth.

The effeminate now hold the high places
Of the Lord’s High Roman Palace,
While infidels and protestors
Are invited to come drink the Chalice.

The Virgin at Fatima warned us
Of a bad council and a Mass,
Which would open the door to Satan,
And let apostasy come to pass.

Hence, we are a hundred years later
Commemorating the event,
But if we continue to bury her Secret,
We are certainly bound to lament.

—David Martin

David Martin -- Bio and Archives | Comments

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.

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