Quotes Suitable For Framing: The Lion of Munster

 

“The dear God placed me in a position in which I had a duty to call black ‘black’ and white ‘white’.”

Blessed Clemens August von Galen, The Lion of Munster

 

 

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  1. The dear God allowed Pope Francis to be placed in a position in which we had a duty to see that black is still black and white still white, regardless of what confusion now spews forth from the Vatican.

  2. The Dutch evangelical Andrew van der Bilj offered a brief account of trying and failing to distribute literature to Christian clergy in Albania ca. 1960. He looked down at one cleric’s hands and he could tell from looking at them that the man’s fingernails had been pulled out during one of his spells in prison. Van der Bilj’s reflection on that was, well, what could he say to the man? The sad business is that we have clerics like Blaise Cupich who will sell us all down the river while under no threat whatsoever. I don’t think the man depicted bears much resemblance to Blaise Cupich

  3. Yes! I look forward to every post about Von Galen. He is the intercessor for our prayers to combat the evils of Satan and his demons that the Church and our countries face on so many levels.

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