Adeamus cum fiducia ad thronum gratiæ, ut misericordiam consequamur, et gratiam inveniamus in auxilio opportuno. (Heb 4:16)

Dear Brothers and Friends, on this first Saturday of December, the Introit of the Votive Mass in honor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is an invitation for us to turn to the Mediatrix of all Graces, to the One who is Almighty by grace, while the world and the Church are besieged by an attack that seems to overwhelm everything in general apostasy.

Let us approach the throne of graces with confidence, to obtain mercy and find graces to help us in the right time. These are the concluding words of the fourth chapter of the Epistle to the Hebrews, in which the Apostle speaks to us of Christ the High Priest: There is no creature that remains hidden from him, but all things are naked and open in his eyes, and to him we must render an account (Heb 4:13). And immediately afterwards: Having therefore a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us remain firm in the profession of our faith (Heb 4:14).

The reason why the Church wanted to propose as part of the Mass of the Immaculate Heart a passage of Scripture relating to her Divine Son lies first of all in Virgin Mother’s role of Co-Redemptrix. Ego sum ostium (Jn 10:7) the Lord said – “I am the gate” – and that doorway of grace is the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, wide open to welcome each one of us. But we also invoke Mary Most Holy as Ianua Cœli, the Gate of Paradise. Christ the Lord is Universal Mediator, by virtue of His Incarnation, Passion and Death; Our Lady is Mediatrix, by virtue of Her Divine Motherhood and Her Compassion at the Cross of her Son. Devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary is a powerful refuge for us, especially when the Passio Christi continues in the Passio Ecclesiæ: not only in its individual members, but in the entire ecclesial body. It is in these hours of darkness and apostasy, when all seems lost, that the pierced Heart of the Savior opens in the immolation of love to the repentant soul, and the Heart of the Virgin, pierced by the sword, beats in unison with that of Her Son.

Ours is a world without love, because it is without God. A world in which God has been banished from society and, as horrible as it may seem, in which the same enemies that rage in the secular world would also like to oust Him from the Church, turning her into a Masonic sect subservient to the New World Order. The Civitas Dei seems to be a distant memory of a bygone era, while the Civitas diaboli is established in almost all once-Christian nations. But we forget that the Civitas Dei is not a utopia that deceived our fathers, but rather the necessary realization of the words of the Apostle: Oportet autem illum regnare, donec ponat omnes inimicos sub pedibus ejus. It is necessary for Our Lord to reign until He has placed all His enemies under His feet (1 Cor 15:25). There are, therefore, enemies – and today we know well who they are – destined to be humiliated by the King of kings, and their fate is sealed; it is only a matter of time. Enemies who today have united – consilium fecerunt in unum (Ps 70:10) – in an infernal alliance between the deep state and the deep church, to hasten their delirious plan of global domination. A project that is the exact opposite of that regnum veritatis et vitæ; regnum sanctitatis et gratiæ; regnum justitiæ, amoris et pacis of which the Preface of the Feast of Christ the King speaks. The kingdom of the Antichrist is a kingdom of lies and death; a kingdom of perversion and damnation; a kingdom of injustice, hatred and war. And if in the economy of Redemption everything that comes to us from God is freely given and the fruit of His generous magnificence, where Satan reigns everything can be monetized, everything is bought and sold, everything has a price.”

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