PROTECT THE YOUTH AND FIGHT AGAINST THE DEVILS
WEAR YOUR SHIELD
In 2018 the ideology of homosexuality increases by the power of the Mass Media. It will bring the world to self destruction. Men will use relationship for pleasure and babies will be produce by machine.
To protect your family, to defend the youth that you, parents, have so hard time to train, wear your shield, wear the Miraculous Medal, pray the Rosary in family.
Miracles can be perform through FAITH, PRAYER AND SACRIFICES.
YOUR SHIELD IS YOUR MIRACULOUS MEDAL
PRAY THE ROYAL QUEEN
On January 13, 1864, Father Louis Cestac, who died in 1868, accustomed to the favors of the most Holy Virgin, was suddenly struck as if with a ray of divine clarity. He had seen demons spread out over the earth, causing unbelievable ravage. At the same time, he had an elevation towards the Holy Virgin. This good Mother has told him that as a matter of fact, the time had come to pray to the Queen of the angels, and to ask Her to send the holy Legions (a Legion in the army is composed of 5 000 soldiers, so 5 000 angels) to combat and overthrow the powers of hell.
“My Mother,” said Father Cestac, “you who are so good, could You not send them without our having to ask?”“No,” replied the Holy Virgin. “Prayer is a condition set by God Himself in order to obtain graces.”“Well then! my mother,” replied the soul, “would you teach me Yourself how we must pray to You?”
And he received from the most Holy Virgin the prayer: “August Queen”:
August Queen of the Heavens, heavenly sovereign of the Angels, Thou who from the beginning received from God the power and the mission to crush the head of Satan, we humbly beseech Thee to send Your holy Legions, so that under Thy command and through Thy power, they may pursue the demons and combat them everywhere, suppress their boldness, and drive them back into the abyss. Who is like God? O good and tender Mother, Thou will always be our love and hope! O Divine Mother, send Thy Holy Angels to defend me and to drive far away from me the cruel enemy. Holy Angels and Archangels, defend us, guard us. Amen.
From America, Europe and Asia
The United States:
From a letter written by Bishop Odin, Vicar Apostolic of Texas:
April 11, 1841
Once I had the occasion to see, in the town of Nacogdoches, how much Mary Immaculate deigns to hear those who place all their confidence in her. A lady from Maryland was given a Miraculous Medal by her confessor as she departed from her home state to go to live in Texas. As he gave it to her, he recommended she always pray: “O Mary conceived without sin, etc.” and told her that this good Mother would not permit her to die without receiving the sacraments.
She was faithful to his advice. Having been bedridden for four years, many times her friends thought her last moment had come. However, her confidence in Mary Immaculate always made her hope she would have the joy of receiving the sacraments before departing this life. As soon as she heard of our arrival, she immediately sent us a message. She received the Holy Viaticum and Extreme Unction and died some days later full of gratitude to her Heavenly benefactress.
In the hospital of the Daughters of Charity in New Orleans, a nun tried to instruct a Protestant in the truths of the Faith and to dispose him to receive Baptism. However, he did not want to speak about the subject.
One day she showed him a Miraculous Medal and explained its origin to him. He seemed to pay attention, but when she offered it to him, he became annoyed and snapped angrily: “Take that away, this Virgin is just an ordinary woman.” “I will leave it on the table,” the nun replied, “I am certain that you will think about what I said.” He did not answer her, but, in order not to see the medal, he placed his bible on top of it.
Every day the nun, with the pretext of cleaning the table, made sure the medal was still there. Days passed and the sickness became increasingly worse.
One night when he was suffering acutely, he saw a marvelous light around his bed, while the rest of the room was in total darkness. Surprised, he struggled to get up in spite of his frailty and turned up the flame in the gas lamp to see if he could discover what this strange light was. He could find nothing and returned to his bed.
Moments later he noticed that the light came from the medal. He then took it into his hands and kept it there the rest of the night. As soon as the nun’s rising bell rang at 4 o’clock in the morning, he called the nurse and asked him to tell the nun that he wanted to be baptized.
They advised the chaplain immediately who exclaimed “That is impossible!” He had spoken with the sick man many times and knew how he felt about the matter.
Nonetheless, he went to him and found him perfectly disposed and receptive to him. He baptized him and gave him the sacraments, and a little while later the sick man died, praising God and the Holy Virgin for the graces he had received.