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Thanks in part, no doubt, to readers’ prayers, the two Consecrations, of Bishop Zendejas and of Russia, took place successfully in Vienna, Virginia, USA, on May 11 and 12 respectively. The weather was not good on May 11, because the rain poured down, but the outdoor tent was watertight and accommodated perfectly a congregation of around 500 people coming from all over the United States, and a few from even further afield. The weather was a little better on May 12 for the new bishop’s first Pontifical Mass with the Consecration of Russia, and with a congregation only a little smaller than on the previous day.
Special thanks went to Fr Ronald Ringrose, Traditional parish priest of Vienna, on whose Rectory grounds the double Consecration took place. He has maintained the parish of St Athanasius as a bastion of Catholic Tradition within easy striking distance of the capital city of the United States for well over 30 years, which is a considerable achievement in these troubled times for the Catholic Church. “Ad multos annos” says Mother Church to her devoted servants – may Fr Ringrose thrive for many years yet.
THANK YOU, Bishop Williamson!
May The Blessed Mother continue to Bless and care for you while you continue to Consecrate more old and Holy Bishops to one day finally make the full Consecration with a Good and Holy Pope to fulfill Her Request to save The World and The True Church and Faith of Her Son, Jesus Christ. – Adrienne
Well, Bill: maybe you and “Pope” Francis can convert or take a hike. This “pope” can leave or must be disposed ASAP!
The devil will have his hour; God will have His day.
No one is listening to you, Bill. Especially Catholics.
Pass this on, Dear Catholics.
God, do Thou convert our President to The One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith and protect him from his awful enemies who would harm him so they can continue to murder, pillage and destroy souls.
Pray many Rosaries for him and the Consecration of Russia to The Immaculate Heart of Mary†
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!