Why the Catholic World needs a Catholic Army this year

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Dear Catholic men, remember that by your Baptism you have been clothed in Christ and now share with Him the duty and vocation to come to the rescue of this world! whether in the common role of a father, the supernatural roles of a priest, religious, hermit or a monk, or the extraordinary vocation of a Catholic Soldier.

Remember, that all our rights as Catholics, to practice our Faith in peace, come from God on the supernatural level, but exist and are recognized on the civil level only by means of the heroic feats and power of the Catholic Soldier.

For Catholic Society cannot exist without the Catholic Soldier and indeed is threatened in its very existence without him. He thus takes on a role which in its own proper manner, temporal and civil and military, is analogous to the role of Christ Jesus Our Redeemer, in his temporal and eternal, hierarchical and civil, peaceful and military vocation to conquer the Evil One and liberate us from the punishment of the eternal slavery of death into which he cast us.

The vocation of the Catholic Soldier is thus a holy one, a noble one, and a most necessary one. All Catholics need to honor them, support them, and help them come into existence, get the training and support they need, open the way for them and let them do their work, so that we might all live in peace and so that in those parts of the world where the order of justice has been so perverted that only military solutions can restore that order, do their work!

If these truths had been preached during the last 200 years, the world would not be in such a dire predicament as it is now. The only way out of a tyranny established by an elite who wants to genocide nearly everyone, and enslave everyone else is by military action: whether rebellion, insurrection, coup d’etat or arrest of all globalist actors.

If we pretend that it will come any other way we delude ourselves with a false concept of humanity. Even the grace of God, without the Catholic Solider, cannot achieve lasting security. Nay, rather, the grace of God shows fruit in a people truly obedient to the Divine Will, when there arises the Catholic soldier to defend the Faith and the Church, or liberate the faithful and the Church.  All who say otherwise are simply fools and useful idiots of the Globalists.

Pacifism is for cowards, and there is no paradise for the coward.

Militancy is for Catholic Saints, and in Heaven there are own crowned the courageous.

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19 thoughts on “Why the Catholic World needs a Catholic Army this year”

    1. The perversion of modern thought is based on reducing all morality to the personal and thus insisting that the 5th commandment is only violated by Catholic armies, not masonic tyrannies.

      1. I suspect that Tintaggon may have been playing the cynical card.

        It is the flip side of the 4th Commandment that one promote the physical defense of the threatened innocent: unless one protect the community he governs, he loses by degrees his right to the “honor” ordinarily upheld by that tenet of the Decalogue.

  1. “Catholic men” right off the bat an oxymoron. I’ll save this to read later, so I have something to look forward to today, this oughtta be good for a laugh. Almost as entertaining as a note to ‘American men’. And to all you ‘men’ out there, prove me wrong. So far all I’ve heard and seen is gimme gimme gimme so I can continue on with my comfortable big shot life.

    1. I will accept your comment, because after talking with a good number of military veteran officers, I find what you say to be true. But that does not mean there are no such men.

      1. True. There’s you and my maternal grandfather. The rest of the list would take an amount of time to contemplate, which I no longer have to spare. As my maternal grandfather, US Army Corps of Engineers, used to say, they’re all no good.

  2. Br. Bugnolo
    I am sure other Christian soldiers would be willing to join with you. We are all under threat of death or worse.
    Can I ask: Is the Protestant religion Masonic in origin? I have read a little about Martin Luther, and I know that Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries and broke with Rome, on account of wanting a divorce. I ask because the Virgin Mary appears not to be included so often in worship. I hope that my question does not cause too much trouble? You see I am still learning, and I have noted the differences so far, which I did not know about before.

    1. The Masonic lodge was founded in 1717, two centuries after Martin Luther. Luther was just a corrupt cleric who wanted to keep his corruption and throw off the rules of the Roman Church against corruption. He shot his own best friend to death in a duel and fled to a monastery to flee civil justice, and when his conscience could not bear his hypocrisy he invented a new form of christianity for hypocrites like himself who wanted divorce and rapine of Church property.

      1. What I read is he had a lady friend on the side who he wanted to marry, obviously could not while a Catholic religious, somehow needed to get out from under the rules of the Church, land on his feet with a means to support a family. I’m not much of a historian, that’s as I recall from limited research. I’ll have to redo the project, it’s been a long time.

      2. From what I have heard, Luther was a member of a student beating fraternity. However, the Catholic Church had forbidden the beating fraternities.
        In this fraternity he fenced with a comrade, whom he deadly injured. After that, Luther had remorse for many years. In his famous “tower experience,” he wrestled with the question, “How do I find a gracious God?”
        With Paul’s letters, he developed a simple solution for himself in that tower: faith alone is enough.
        He then said, “Sin bravely and believe even more bravely!”
        This began his break with Catholic moral teaching. Like a house of cards, everything collapsed. He rejected the following sacraments:
        Confession, Confirmation, Marriage, Anointing of the Sick, Ordination to the Priesthood.
        He reinterpreted the sacrament of the Eucharist and called it the Lord’s Supper. For him it is a memorial celebration without sacrifice and without consecration.

  3. There’s more to Covid. Just watched Jim Crenshaw “Pensions to Stop World Wide”. The European Central Bank is broke. Reiner Fuellmich was told this by an insider. The Canadian man who introduced this article painted a very gloomy picture. Could this be another heist? Found on Bitchite.

  4. Br. Bugnolo
    I hope that you can put this video on From Rome Info. It is again from Bitchute directed by ANDYHEASY.LIFE interviewing John a funeral director in England. The title “Funeral Director, I’m looking after the terrible mistake most deaths are vaccinated”. If only we had more aware people the way these two men were talking the nightmare we now face would be over.

  5. Just watched the funeral director and said , there’s new insights here Brother B. has to see this, someone beat me to it.

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