We Preach Christ Crucified
Saints Help Others To Rise
By: Eric Gajewski
My good friends let us pause to reflect upon the Cross. The Cross is a stumbling-block unto the Jew and the rest of the unbelievers. Yet it is in our Cross which melds two hearts together as One. The world cannot have His power because the world flees from the Cross. Very few remained with Jesus on His Cross and so too very few remain in this world who will willingly carry the Cross. The foolishness of carrying this Cross according to the world’s standard is our Life. We take glory in it for it transforms us. May God forgive me and all of us when we refuse to accept that which He Wills. We do not preach a gospel of comfort as the Jews nor the modern world but we teach the narrow way of pain and holy suffering.
The Conciliar Church so dominated by Judeo-Masonry would have us to believe that it is good to make a world in which there is no suffering. They seek to remove the Cross from the world scene and replace it with the Socialist gospel of the Jews/Freemasons. How superficial and phony is this new City of Man being built. How far off are these hearts from their Source the Sacred Heart. They even go so far as to try and defy death altogether! We cannot live in Him until we first die and this process of death unto self is painful both metaphorically and literally. In a world which abhors even the slightest affliction sent may we continue to preach the Cross and Christ crucified. Pain ultimately is a result “something being bothered”. Now which is more painful to see from the Eyes of heaven your cries due to the literal pain of carrying the Cross or your hearts unwillingness to accept it? We afflict His Heart when we do not willingly accept what is sent. We can all say we have failed Him in this manner. Thus let us pray for those daily graces to be able to keep the murmuring and complaining out of the equation. If you find you do so then know that self is strong in you.
Vatican II is helping to prepare for this New City of Man under the False Prophet Yeshua Ben Joseph and Maitreya.
To the degree in to which we allow ourselves to be crushed by His Divine Hand is the degree unto which we can share in His power. God will come to the soul in trial and affliction. Sometimes the trials are shorter than others and sometimes the pain is deeper than others. Yet let us not think that He will not come nor is He abandoning the soul at any point in the trial for He is always there in grace. The modern world so riddled with self is not interested in the Cross but rather is interested in keeping in comfort. If we examine the lives of the Saints closely we do not see this gospel of comfort preached. We see vast penances and mortifications that make the modern man scowl in disbelief. Christ came to this earth and all He knew was suffering. Put aside His Passion and you will find that there were many sufferings He had to endure amongst mere men. We say we do not want a Cross because it interferes with our daily lives. It interferes with our "routine" and yet if we had no will at all but His we would not think like this. The Christian is not supposed to be depressed over his trial and affliction like the unbeliever and can you only imagine the response of the world when the whole world is soon thrown into darkness to get reacquainted with this divine principle. Therefore, every eagle must be schooled in the ways of holy suffering. We must know not just from the Word but by “living it” that the Cross is power and the only route unto His Sacred Heart. Those closest to Christ suffer and those closest to the world preach the gospel of comfort. Another proof Protestants and these Vatican II modernists do not preach our gospel. For joy cometh when two wills become One and when suffering is no longer seen as suffering. Let us all pause to reflect today, Ave Maria!
 For seeing that in the wisdom of God the world, by wisdom, knew not God, it pleased God, by the foolishness of our preaching, to save them that believe.  For both the Jews require signs, and the Greeks seek after wisdom:  But we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews indeed a stumblingblock, and unto the Gentiles foolishness:  But unto them that are called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God, and the wisdom of God.  For the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men.
1 Cor 1: 17-25