Today we honor the memory of Jacques Cathelineau and all those who died in the Vendée region of France, defending Holy Mother Church during the French Revolution.
These courageous Vendée peasants fought against the revolutionary government, for the cruel conditions imposed on them– and on the Roman Catholic Church, including the Civil Constitution of the Clergy act of 1790, which subordinated the Roman Catholic Church in France to the French government.
The French revolutionaries were vicious against the Church and those who defended her. This led to the execution of King Louis XVI, as well as the massacre of priests and peasants.
It should be no surprise that the French Revolution was a materialistic and philosophical inspiration for Karl Marx.
As a devout Catholic and Vendéan insurrection leader, Jacques Cathelineau gave his life in support of the Church’s historic and traditional role in France–and in defense of his people.
Cathelineau and the peasants who fought with him should serve as an inspiration today, as we see the Roman Catholic Church being subordinated to the laws of the United Nations — under the modernist administration in the Vatican.
Sadly, these modernist Church administrators have allowed corruption to become septic, while ignoring God’s sacred laws, thereby leaving the Church vulnerable to solutions dictated by powerful globalists.
Someone has to say the truth…
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