Final Battle: Catholics Prepare For Martyrdom!

Final Battle: Catholics Prepare For Martyrdom!

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Sister Miriam gives powerful New Year talk about the need for Catholic families to be extraordinary in order to survive the devil’s vicious final attack on the Family!

Editor writes…

Is Sister Miriam correct in her analysis of the state of marriage and family life today?  Is she right about the need for Catholic marriages and families to be heroic, in order to survive what many commentators describe as the Devil’s final battle – a battle which he is currently waging against the traditional Christian family?

Comments (20)

  • westminsterfly

    Cardinal: “What Sister Lucia told me: Final Confrontation between the Lord and Satan will be over Family and Marriage.” If Sister Lucia was expressing an opinion she always made that perfectly clear that it was just her opinion and nothing more, but as she didn’t in this case, I suspect she must have been told this about Marriage and the Family by Heaven in some way. It would tie in with what Our Lady of Good Success said at Quito: “Freemasonry, which will then be in power, will enact iniquitous laws with the aim of doing away with this Sacrament (Marriage), making it easy for everyone to live in sin and encouraging the procreation of illegitimate children born without the blessing of the Church. The Catholic spirit will rapidly decay; the precious light of Faith will gradually be extinguished until there will be an almost total and general corruption of customs.”

    BTW has anyone seen these two excellent articles on satan’s other little plot? and Worth passing around to those who STILL believe in the vaccines.

    January 13, 2022 at 1:21 pm
    • Laura

      Westminster Fly,

      I’ve read your first link and right there, nobody can argue that there are not very good reasons for refusing the vaccines. Thank you for posting that very important information.

      January 13, 2022 at 2:18 pm
    • Lily

      Westminster Fly,

      Thanks for both of those links, they are excellent, really informative. The following information goes totally against the government and scientific narrative – which, I’m discovering, is full of lies:

      The more vaccinated a country (or state) becomes, the more there is a corresponding surge in covid deaths, and the surge is typically higher than the natural, pre-jab peak.

      Mindbender alert: Could it be that it’s actually the vaccinated who are keeping covid going?

      As with every other example of the diabolical disorientation mentioned by Sr Lucia of Fatima, this information is the polar opposite of what “the science” is supposedly showing and the “experts” keep repeating. I just don’t believe anything they say, I haven’t believed them for a long time now and I doubt if I ever will again. This Covid business has destroyed my trust in politicians and medics.

      January 13, 2022 at 3:39 pm
      • westminsterfly

        I haven’t trusted in politicians and medics for nearly a whole lifetime (well at least since my 20’s – I’m 60 now). The covid debacle didn’t destroy my trust – it merely confirmed my lack of it.

        January 13, 2022 at 6:39 pm
      • Margaret USA


        You are spot on! Maybe you should be in charge of the NHS! (😆)

        Margaret 🇺🇸

        January 13, 2022 at 7:49 pm
      • editor

        Margaret USA,

        Well, Lily being in charge of the NHS would be an improvement on who is in charge of it right now – i.e. nobody!

        January 13, 2022 at 8:32 pm
      • Lily

        Margaret USA,

        I don’t think I’m best placed to be in charge of the NHS because I’d sack everyone and start again, LOL! That would mean quite a long time without any medical staff on the payroll!

        January 14, 2022 at 9:48 am
  • westminsterfly

    PS With the legal introduction of civil partnerships for opposite-sex couples, the state (riddled with masons) has helped to further the destruction of the Sacrament of Marriage, thus fulfilling Our Lady’s prophecy. Add into the mix the redefinition of the family by the LGBTQ+ brigade, and ‘same-sex marriages’ and you can see why Our Lady warned us. The only good organisation I know supporting traditional marriage is the Coalition for Marriage I urge you to sign up for their free emails which are always very informative.

    January 13, 2022 at 1:43 pm
    • Lily

      Westminster Fly,

      It always chills me to realise that the attack on marriage, the family and the sacraments was foretold 400 years ago at Quito. It’s incredible to think that Our Lady sought a victim soul (Mother Marianna) to do penance for us in these times. How wonderful to have a God who is intervening in our lives to help us, not remote and just watching, as some people think.

      January 14, 2022 at 9:51 am
      • Bernie


        The message of Quito ties in perfectly with the message of Fatima, as this very good article on Quito says.

        You are right, our God doesn’t watch us from afar, he is very much present in our world and that should see us through the terrible times we are in, just now.

        January 14, 2022 at 10:58 am
  • Laura

    I agree – it is obvious that the devil is working ten to the dozen to destroy the traditional family. Even those who are not Christians and believe marriage is between one man and one woman for life, are concerned about the assault on the family in modern times.

    My one hope is that Sister Miriam is wrong about martyrdom, as I, for one, am not confident I can make the grade.

    January 13, 2022 at 2:15 pm
  • Lily

    Sister Miriam is just lovely and she gets straight to the heart of the issues.

    Apart from anything else, it’s lovely to see a Sister in the full habit. We just don’t see that in the UK any more, sad to say.

    She is definitely right about the devil working to destroy the traditional family – Our Lady of Good Success, at Quito, warned of exactly this eventuality. He won’t win, ultimately, as we know but he’s doing a lot of damage and costing souls their salvation, in the meantime.

    January 13, 2022 at 3:34 pm
  • Bernie

    Sister Miriam is certainly a lovely nun and obviously a true traditionalist. I’m not sure she is rightly interpreting martyrdom, though – and so I checked it out. This is an extract from an article on the subject, with the link attached at the end.

    Fr Ashley explains:

    ‘Martyr’ is often used loosely of anyone who dies for the sake of any cause. But the Christian cause is in fact objectively true, and not a subjective illusion, as are many of the causes for which persons die sincerely but deludedly. Thus those who die for the sake of fanatical religious cults, or as terrorists, or for their own glory, however sincere, are not genuine martyrs, but are objectively suicides. Nor are those who die for a noble but merely human motive, as the parent who dies to save a child, or a soldier for his country, since such virtuous acts can pertain simply to the order of natural virtue.

    In 2004, the Pope canonised Gianna Beretta Molla, an Italian mother. During her pregnancy with her fourth child, she was diagnosed with a large ovarian cyst. Her surgeon recommended an abortion in order to save Gianna’s life. She refused that, of course, and refused any operation, since that would threaten the life of her baby. So she died a week after childbirth, in 1962, at the age of 39, heroically caring more for her unborn child than for her own life. Today that child is a physician herself, and involved in the pro-life movement in Italy. Her mother is not a martyr, but a hero of love, and her mother’s sacrifice brought forth a harvest.

    I found that article very helpful, so I’ll be interested to read others’ comments.

    January 13, 2022 at 4:01 pm
    • westminsterfly

      There are degrees of martyrdom, mentioned by Pope Gregory I in Homilia in Evangelia, in which he wrote of “three modes of martyrdom, designated by the colours, red, blue (or green), and white”. A believer was bestowed the title of red martyr due to either torture or violent death by religious persecution. The term “white martyrdom” was used by the Church Father Jerome, “for those such as desert hermits who aspired to the condition of martyrdom through strict asceticism”. Blue (or green) martyrdom “involves the denial of desires, as through fasting and penitent labors without necessarily implying a journey or complete withdrawal from life”.

      January 13, 2022 at 6:46 pm
      • editor


        Tell me… Do trolls count as causing martyrdom? If so, I’m definitely in the running 😀

        January 13, 2022 at 8:33 pm
      • Bernie

        Westminster Fly,

        Thanks for that – I’m glad to know that a pope has written about three modes of martyrdom. I just hope I’m spared the red one, LOL!

        January 14, 2022 at 11:58 pm
  • Faith of Our Fathers

    I am no theologian but Our Lord Jesus Christ said ” Greater Love than this no Man hath, that a Man lay down His Life for His Friends ” surely that’s Martyrdom. Yet one could look at the Death of St John The Baptist . Did He want to Have his Head Cut off by standing up for Integrity Morals and Public Sin . Probably not ,but He also knew that His comments wouldn’t go well with Herod and His Concubine.
    Now in Babylon We have the exact opposite of St John The Baptist. We Have a Man who preaches everything but the True Catholic Family.
    What a Difference. Yet if Bergoglio were to Leave this Earth Tomorrow many would Call Him a Modern Day Martyr.

    Sister is certainly correct and we as Catholics Trying to be Faithful know that probably since the Reformation their has never been such attacks on The True Catholic Faith.

    January 13, 2022 at 4:53 pm
    • editor


      “… if Bergoglio were to Leave this Earth Tomorrow many would Call Him a Modern Day Martyr.”

      How true; they would definitely have him pinned as the Saint of the Century, that’s for sure. Yet another example of the diabolical disorientation identified at Fatima…

      January 13, 2022 at 8:35 pm
  • Catherine

    It looks like Ireland are officially going forward with the mandatory vaccines – Things are moving fast:

    January 15, 2022 at 6:30 am
  • Josephine

    Sister Miriam’s video is very good indeed, to the point.

    I thought I’d post this article which is also very good and shows that Sr Lucia told Cardinal Carlo Caffarra in a letter that the final battle would be over marriage and the family.

    January 15, 2022 at 4:27 pm

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