Fatima Center's Pilgrim Virgin Statue To Be Present at Public Mass of Reparation Against Black "Mass" in Oklahoma City
August 10, 2016
The Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be present at a public Mass of Reparation against a blasphemous black “mass” in Oklahoma City.
We will join the Mass of Reparation organized by the Society of St. Pius X on August 15, 2016 at 12:00 noon.
The satanic ceremony scheduled to take place is particularly egregious as it is directly aimed at Our Blessed Mother.
The SSPX press release reads:
“As has been widely reported in public media, a group of Satanists will be permitted to perform a black mass and a blasphemous ritual they call the consumption of Mary in the public building of the Civic Center. These acts, the details of which are so shocking and repulsive that they would even scandalize non-Christians in their unnatural depravity, are transformed from a private outrage to a public act by their occurrence on public ground. A public act requires a public reparation. Therefore, priests of the Society of St. Pius X will offer a traditional Latin Solemn High Mass in Bicentennial Park, in front of the Civic Center, 201 North Walker Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73102, at noon on August 15.”
Our Pilgrim Virgin Statue will be present as well.
This is the second time a satanic black “mass” has occurred in Oklahoma City.
Father Michael McBride, who services the St. Michael Chapel, notes “In 2014, we offered in a nearby downtown hotel a public Mass of Reparation in atonement for the first publicly performed black mass. This time we wanted to bring the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass to the very ground on which these blasphemies will occur. We will raise up to heaven Our Lord’s Most Precious Blood in reparation for the insults that He and His Blessed Mother will receive from these people who regrettably respond to His loving embrace with insults and outrage. We particularly implore the protection of the Blessed Mother as we make reparation to Her Divine Son.”
Those interested in joining this important act of reparation may contact Brian M. McCall or Jeromy Jones at St. Michael’s Chapel by email at email@example.com.
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