From Lepanto to Davos: What Hath Modernism Wrought (Sunday Sermon from South St. Paul)

From Lepanto to Davos: What Hath Modernism Wrought (Sunday Sermon from South St. Paul)

Michael Matt

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In this Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father comments on the significance of October being the Month of the Holy Rosary. After retelling the story of how Don John of Austria lead the Christian fleet to victory against the Ottoman Turks 450 years ago--thus saving Christian Europe--Father draws our attention to the role of the pope at that time in calling the men and women of Christendom to prayer in the face of evil. Pope Pius V called a crusade and placed it under the protection of Our Lady of Victory. 

Today, as what's left of Christendom faces another kind of annihilation, where is the pope? Not only will Francis not call a crusade against the evil of atheistic globalism, but -- incredibly -- he's joined forces with them. What's the solution? The same as it was 450 years ago. The men and women and Christendom must form a new Holy League, take rosary in hand, and stand against the enemies of the Cross...whether Francis likes it or not.  

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