Sunday, August 22, 2021

The fact that these "vaccines" are abortion tainted obviously didn't bother him.


By Jack Phillips 

August 22, 2021 Updated: August 22, 2021

Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson—who is fully vaccinated—and his wife, Jacqueline Jackson, were both hospitalized with COVID-19, according to a statement on Saturday.

Jesse Jackson, 79, received his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021 during a publicized event and urged others to get the vaccine as soon as possible. It’s not clear if his wife, who is 77, also got the vaccine.

Both are being treated at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, according to a statement from Jackson’s nonprofit, the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition. It did not provide an update on their status.

“There are no further updates at this time,” the statement said. “We will provide updates as they become available.”

Doctors, the group said, are “currently monitoring the condition of both” and added that “anyone who has been around either of them for the last five or six days should follow” guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) around testing and social distancing.

COVID-19 is the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.

Earlier this year, Jackson underwent surgery after being hospitalized for abdominal pain. In 2017, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a neurological disorder.

“Let us all pray for Rev. and Mrs Jesse Jackson. They need our sincere and intense prayers. Prayer changes things!!!” wrote MSNBC host Al Sharpton on Twitter.

As Jackson was fully vaccinated, his hospitalization is sure to trigger more questions about the vaccines’ efficacy in light of new COVID-19 variants. Last week, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said during a news conference there is “concerning evidence” that mRNA vaccine protection is “waning” against the so-called Delta strain.

In one study published by the CDC and cited by Walensky, the efficacy against infection has plummeted to 53.1 percent for both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. As a result, Walensky said that due to the waning effectiveness, the federal government is “planning for Americans to receive booster shots starting next month,” saying that their initiative is designed to “stay ahead of this virus.”

But the push to provide booster shots drew significant criticism from the World Health Organization, which said the plan would deprive poorer nations of vaccines. Some scientists and medical researchers who were previously vaccinated wrote on Twitter that they wouldn’t get the booster in light of the CDC announcement.

Earlier this month, one of the chief AstraZeneca vaccine developers, professor Andrew Pollard, said that gaining herd immunity with vaccines is “not a possibility” and that researchers and governments need to instead pivot to treatment methods.

Speaking to the UK Parliament, Pollard said that what the CCP virus “will throw up next is a variant which is perhaps even better at transmitting in vaccinated populations,” adding that it is “even more of a reason not to be making a vaccine program around herd immunity.”

The Epoch Times has contacted the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition for additional comment.

Jack Phillips 
Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips is a reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.

Story also at NewsMax.  

When will Faux News pick it up?

Saturday, August 21, 2021

When being a descendant of Holocaust survivors is no longer a résumé enhancement, it makes you wonder who's in charge

Let's hope the French put up a better resistance this time.

When a restaurant demands to see Vaccine Papers, they're hit with the epithet collabo a term for those who worked with the well dressed Germans of the 1940s.

Police Chaplain Mortified He Gave Evil Beetlejuice Fishface Mayor Communion

Denver Newsroom, Aug 20, 2021 / 13:22 pm (CNA).

A Chicago police chaplain says he is “mortified” that he mistakenly gave Holy Communion to Mayor Lori Lightfoot, a non-Catholic Christian in a same-sex marriage, during Thursday’s funeral Mass for fallen city police officer Ella French.

In an interview Friday with CNA, Fr. Dan Brandt said just moments prior to Communion he was asked by Cardinal Blase Cupich, the main celebrant, to take his place distributing the Eucharist and became flustered when he saw the mayor step forward as the first in his line.

“You know something, I am to blame for that and I am mortified,” Fr. Brandt said.

“I actually gave her Communion, but she was the very first one up there and I wasn’t supposed to give out Communion, and at the last second Cardinal Cupich said, ‘I’m going to sit out Communion, you take my spot.’


Friday, August 20, 2021

Bud: ‘You can’t come in here!’

Lou: ‘Why not?’

Bud: ‘Well because you’re unvaccinated.’
Lou: ‘But I’m not sick.’
Bud: ‘It doesn’t matter.’
Lou: ‘Well, why does that guy get to go in?’
Bud: ‘Because he’s vaccinated.’
Lou: ‘But he’s sick!’
Bud: ‘It’s alright. Everyone in here is vaccinated.’
Lou: ‘Wait a minute. Are you saying everyone in there is vaccinated?’
Bud: ‘Yes.’
Lou: ‘So then why can’t I go in there if everyone is vaccinated?’
Bud: ‘Because you’ll make them sick.’
Lou: ‘How will I make them sick if I’m NOT sick and they’re vaccinated.’
Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’
Lou: ‘But they’re vaccinated.’
Bud: ‘But they can still get sick.’
Lou: ‘So what the heck does the vaccine do?’
Bud: ‘It vaccinates.’
Lou: ‘So vaccinated people can’t spread covid?’
Bud: ‘Oh no. They can spread covid just as easily as an unvaccinated person.’
Lou: ‘I don’t even know what I’m saying anymore. Look. I’m not sick.
Bud: ‘Ok.’
Lou: ‘And the guy you let in IS sick.’
Bud: ‘That’s right.’
Lou: ‘And everybody in there can still get sick even though they’re vaccinated.’
Bud: ‘Certainly.’
Lou: ‘So why can’t I go in again?’
Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’
Lou: ‘I’m not asking who’s vaccinated or not!’
Bud: ‘I’m just telling you how it is.’
Lou: ‘Nevermind. I’ll just put on my mask.’
Bud: ‘That’s fine.’
Lou: ‘Now I can go in?’
Bud: ‘Absolutely not?’
Lou: ‘But I have a mask!’
Bud: ‘Doesn’t matter.’
Lou: ‘I was able to come in here yesterday with a mask.’
Bud: ‘I know.’
Lou: So why can’t I come in here today with a mask? ….If you say ‘because I’m unvaccinated’ again, I’ll break your arm.’
Bud: ‘Take it easy buddy.’
Lou: ‘So the mask is no good anymore.’
Bud: ‘No, it’s still good.’
Lou: ‘But I can’t come in?’
Bud: ‘Correct.’
Lou: ‘Why not?’
Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’
Lou: ‘But the mask prevents the germs from getting out.’
Bud: ‘Yes, but people can still catch your germs.’
Lou: ‘But they’re all vaccinated.’
Bud: ‘Yes, but they can still get sick.’
Lou: ‘But I’m not sick!!’
Bud: ‘You can still get them sick.’
Lou: ‘So then masks don’t work!’
Bud: ‘Masks work quite well.’
Lou: ‘So how in the heck can I get vaccinated people sick if I’m not sick and masks work?’
Bud: ‘Third base.’

Jesuits Stranded in Afghanistan


Two Jesuits stranded in strife-torn Afghanistan have sought prayers as the Taliban militants took control of the troubled south-east Asian nation.  “Thank you for your continuous prayers for our safety. The way the situation is changing in the country, it is anyone’s imagination safety does not make sense here. It is a chaotic situation,” Indian priest Father Jerome Sequeira, the country head of the Jesuit mission in Afghanistan, wrote in a message to his friends and colleagues.


Afghanistan fell to the Taliban after the United States ended its 20 years of operations there.  A relative calm reigned in the Afghan capital Kabul on August 16, a day after its president fled and the Taliban installed themselves in the presidential palace.  However, Kabul airport was a scene of pandemonium and roads leading to it were clogged with traffic and people, as thousands scrambled to flee the country in panic. 

Missionaries of Charity nuns


Four Missionaries of Charity (MC) nuns are also stranded in Afghanistan and will probably be moved to their countries, UCA News reported.  “Our two priests are stuck in Afghanistan and are waiting for their evacuation,” said a Jesuit priest based in the Indian capital New Delhi. “We have also suspended our mission in Afghanistan indefinitely as we are not sure when the situation will improve,” he said.  A senior nun at the Missionaries of Charity headquarters in eastern India’s Kolkata city confirmed that four of their nuns are in Afghanistan, including an Indian.  She gave no details of the other three, fearing for their safety.  The Missionaries of Charity, which St. Teresa of Kolkata founded in 1950, arrived in Kabul in 2004 for humanitarian work.


The two Jesuit priests and the Missionary of Charity nun are among many Indians waiting for the Indian government's evacuation flights to get them out of the country.


Fr. Sequeira in Kabul


Father Sequeira, who works for the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), had gone to Kabul airport to take the 10:45 flight to India. “It resembled a chaotic railway station,” he told Matters India August 16 evening, speaking from “a secure place” in the city.  He said he came to the country in 2006 and never in the past 15 years has he seen such a breakdown of system.  


He narrated how he had to drag his luggage as large crowds and vehicles jammed the roads. “Thousands of people are trying to flee. I managed to reach the second gate but then Taliban were shooting in the air and trying to control the crowd. Before, my reaching, thousands of people had managed to enter the airport building but the entire airport staff had abandoned the place. Without any security check and boarding passes people had gone into the flight,” Father Sequeira said.


He referred to images on social media showing people clinging on to a US military aircraft on the tarmac as it tried to take off.  “In this chaotic situation no flight will land at the moment. Seeing this senseless situation, no country will dare to fly to Kabul at the moment. It was a terrifying experience,” said the Jesuit priest who works for the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS).


Fr. Rodrigues in Bamiyan



The other Jesuit Father Robert Rodrigues from southern India’s Karnataka state is stuck in Bamiyan in central Afghanistan.  He managed to get inside Bamiyan airport in the evening on August 15, checked in and was awaiting a United Nations flight to land, which would fly him to Kabul some 25 minutes away.  Meanwhile, the situation changed dramatically and the entire airport security personnel just abandoned the airport. Father Sequeira said Father Rodrigues is safe and was “much better and relaxed” on August 16.  “We are seeking possible ways to evacuate him from Bamiyan to Kabul through the help of UN agencies,” Father Sequeira said.


Taliban taking over system


According to him, the Taliban is busy in occupying government systems and putting their own persons. “They are not harming the civilians at the moment but it will come once they have fully captured all the systems of the country. They have the list of all organizations and profile too. In some places they have started door-to-door enquiries about the personnel of the organization,” Father Sequeira’s message explained.


He said the Jesuit Refugee Service has indefinitely suspended its activities in Afghanistan “and all are hibernating in their homes or communities.”  “All flights are cancelled and it all depends on the agreement between UN bodies and the Taliban.” He said the entire JRS body is putting all efforts to evacuate him and Father Rodrigues. “At the moment, I am safe,” Father Sequeira wrote.


The JRS country head lamented how the international community could have given up the country to the Taliban after investing and establishing so much in 20 years.  “With the way the Taliban took over provinces, all thought it would take some 90 days for them to reach Kabul. But they swept over the capital in ten days,” he added.  According to him, the Taliban militants have taken control of 33 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces.


Meanwhile, the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed worries that the upheaval caused by the Taliban takeover is compromising the country’s other battle against the coronavirus.  It said the chaos has slowed the vaccination programme.  It is concerned over the unfolding safety and humanitarian needs in the country, including risk of disease outbreaks and rise in Covid-19 transmission.


14 years of Jesuit mission in Afghanistan  


Father Stany D’Souza, president of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia, said both the Jesuits are safe, adding they are in touch with them.  Until last month, the Jesuits had planned to continue their mission in Afghanistan.


Saint Pope John Paul II established a mission sui juris for Afghanistan on May 16, 2002, and entrusted it to the Barnabite fathers.  Two years later the Jesuits ventured into the country to help the Afghan people rebuild their war-ravaged nation through education. 


The JRS launched programmes to educate the youth, especially the internally displaced persons, returnees from neighboring countries and other vulnerable sections.  The Jesuits have trained more than 300 young teachers and through them were educating more than 25,000 children in four provinces. Young girls were major beneficiaries of the Jesuit mission in a country still haunted by memories of the Taliban’s anti-female attitude before it was toppled in 2001.  The Indian Jesuits were also involved in livelihood interventions.

 Edit: the following article disappeared from the Vatican Website. Maybe they’ll be arrested for promoting GLBT-P?

They too had their troubles with the Taliban. On June 2, 2014, suspected Taliban fighters abducted JRS director Father Alexis Prem Kumar, who was accompanying teachers on a visit to a school for refugees in the village of Sohadat, some 500 miles west of Kabul.  The priest from southern India’s Tamil Nadu state was held handcuffed during most of his 8-month captivity. His release on February 22, 2015 was secured with the help of the Indian government. 


However, the Jesuits’ links with Afghanistan go back more than 400 years.  In 1581, Mughal Emperor Akbar took along a Jesuit priest from Agra in northern India to Kabul.  A year later, in 1582, Jesuit Brother Bento de Goes stopped at Kabul on his way to China.  But there was no lasting Jesuit presence in the country.


Russian Submarine Gets Icon of Saint Alexander Nevsky

The transfer of the image from the collection of philanthropist Mikhail Abramov, who tragically died in August 2019, was timed to the celebration of the 800th anniversary of the birth of the prince, which is celebrated this year, according to the museum's press service. 

 The icon "Saint Blessed Prince Alexander Nevsky" was painted in the late 18th century in Russia in a mixed technique. St. Alexander Nevsky on it is represented sitting at a small, covered with a green cloth table. In his raised right hand he holds a hilt of a naked sword, with his left hand he supports a scroll opened on the table, pointing at its text.


Friday, August 13, 2021

Traditionis Custodes: A Sterilization Shot

 Why this hardship without a glimmer of grace or compassion?  - A commentary by Fr Daniel-Ange on the most recent Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes 

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 Father Daniel Ange is one of the most famous priestly personalities in France and founder of the prayer and evangelism school "Jeunesse Lumiere", from which numerous priestly vocations also emerged.  After 30 years of monastic life (including 12 years in Rwanda), Fr. Daniel Ange felt the call in the 80s to bring the good news to the young people.  At events of the Charismatic Renewal in German-speaking areas, many thousands of people regularly came to his events. publishes a letter from the priest on the motu proprio Traditionis Custodes exclusively for the German-speaking area:

 I am amazed and dismayed by this Motu Proprio.  The least we can say is that it knocks us out!  I share the tears of so many of my friends and relatives.  I pray that they will not be led to bitterness, resentment, if not outright riot and despair.

Why this hardship without a glimmer of grace or compassion?  How can we not be amazed, destabilized?

Of course, among those Catholic brethren who cling to tradition, there are some who - alas!  Oh!  - hardened, rigid, closed, withdrawn into a ghetto, up to and including the refusal to concelebrate at the chrism mass - which is inadmissible.  But wouldn't it have been enough for this small minority to issue a clear warning, combined with the possible threat of sanctions?  Inspired by the Book of Wisdom: “That is why you punish sinners little by little;  you admonish them and remind them of their sins so that they will turn away from wickedness and believe in you, Lord.  But you spared even those because they were human;  you sent wasps ahead of your army to gradually destroy them.  you only carried out the punishment little by little and gave room for repentance.  You knew exactly that their origin was evil and their wickedness innate and that their thinking would not change forever ”(12, 2, 8, 10). [Naturally, no one who contributes here (I hope) agrees with this assessment typical of Charismatics and the dry conservative wing in the Church.]

 Refreshing oases in a desert of general apostasy

But does the Pope know, when he only speaks of France, that there are wonderfully bright groups and communities there that attract many young people, young couples and families?  The sense of the sacred, the beauty of the liturgy, the contemplative dimension, the beautiful Latin language, the docility to the Seat of Peter, the Eucharistic zeal, the frequent confession, the fidelity to the rosary, the passion for the souls to be saved and so many  other elements that they cannot find - alas!  - in many of our parishes.

Aren't all of these elements prophetic?  Shouldn't they challenge, stimulate, drive us?  Wasn't this the intuition of Saint John Paul II in his Motu Proprio "Ecclesia Dei"?

Young people, households and families dominate their communities, with almost 100% attendance on Sundays.  It should not be said that they are nostalgic and anachronistic.  On the contrary: Latin, mass ad orientem, Gregorian chant, cassock: all this is new to her.  It has the allure of novelty.

Is it surprising that monastic communities that hold the Office in Latin and sometimes even the Eucharist according to the Missal of St. John XXIII.  celebrate, flourish and attract a lot of young people?

I am thinking in particular of communities that I have gotten to know personally and that I appreciate and admire, such as those of Le Barroux (monks and nuns) and ND de la Garde, as well as the Missionaries of Mercy in Toulon.  It is not to be said that they are not missionaries!  The Marie Madeleine Chapter with its hundreds of teenagers, not to mention the retreaters who gather there, is grouped around the first.  For the latter, there is no better way to evangelize Muslims and our little pagans on the beaches.  Not to mention the ever-growing Whitsun pilgrimage to Chartres.

Along with the Boy Scouts and the St. Martins Community, this ecclesiastical movement is the one that brings the most priestly vocations to the Church.  I am witness to the wonderful enthusiasm that prevails in the seminary of Wigratzbad in Bavaria, which was founded thanks to a certain Cardinal Ratzinger.

In a world so tough, where the struggle for fidelity to Jesus and His Gospel is a heroic one, where they are marginalized, despised and mocked already in schools and in their families, in which all their values ​​are despised, if not prostituted, in which they feel terribly alone and isolated, so insecure, sometimes on the verge of desperation: why, but why are they denied these few fortresses that give them the strength, the courage, the boldness  to go into the resistance and persevere?  We are in the midst of a tumultuous time for the Church, in the midst of the collapse of faith in the world.  The war against Christ and his Church is unleashed, we are in the middle of a murder-against-prince-of-life duel, young people have more than ever a right to be supported, strengthened, armed, and simply secured.  We shouldn't close some of our most beautiful hideaways to them.  Like a high mountain hut in the middle of deadly crevasses.

In the arid desert of a society in which "the quiet apostasy of man who believes to be happy without God" (John Paul II) is gaining ground, these groups and communities are true and refreshing oases.  Her most beautiful flowers are the young people and even children who have reached the shining heights of holiness.  How could one not mention Anne-Gabrielle Caron of the Parish of the Missionaries of Mercy in Toulon, whose beatification process has already begun?  And the little martyr Jeanne-Marie Kegelin in Alsace, whose two brothers are priests of the Fraternité S.Pierre.  (Provided that is not the reason that would delay this thing).

 A sterilization syringe?

After all that, how can one understand that the Pope is apparently only aiming at their annihilation, dissolution, pure and simple liquidation?  By simply applying the standards now imposed?  This can be seen in the fact that their priests are torn out of their parishes and they are forbidden from planting new parishes: isn't that a kind of sterilization syringe?  That no new priest of the ordinary rite can celebrate the so-called Tridentine Mass without the permission of his bishop, who is obliged to obey Roman guidelines.

John XXIII  is no longer part of the Roman rite, since its "only expression" is now the unique missal of Paul VI.  This rite is ipso facto a thing of the past, is outdated and is in a vacuum without weight ...

Isn't this a stab in the back or rather in the heart of our dear Benedict XVI?  His stroke of genius was to save this Rite by simply making it the second variant or form of the only Roman Rite.  What courage did he need!  And this was by no means out of pure diplomacy or ecclesiastical politics, as the Motu Proprio suggests.  How many times has he not affirmed that this Rite, which sanctified the Christian people, watered the whole Church and produced so many fruits of holiness over so many centuries, is now fully right and an integral part of the Latin and Roman Liturgy.

It was a scandal to try to eliminate them 60 years ago.  And suddenly, with the stroke of a pen, it is overridden by a Pope who is certainly less liturgical than Benedict XVI.

Will Benedict XVI.  in his monastic retirement have to ask his successor for permission to celebrate this Rite again, which he loved so much and which he knew how to save so masterfully?

 Risk of split or underground?

 Here, too, our Holy Father's intention is certainly well and good: to protect communion among God's people.  However, the effect is likely to be exactly the opposite.

I am trembling: many might simply be tempted to join Ecône and the Society of St. Pius X, who generously shook hands with Pope Francis in the Year of Mercy.  About 40 years ago they heroically parted from Archbishop Lefebvre and returned to the Mother Church in Rome, where they were welcomed with open arms by Pope John Paul II (how could the luminous figure of John Paul Hivernat of Ecône and then Rome and Versailles be forgotten, in the wake of holiness).  And now they are forced to say: “You don't want us anymore: We are going back to where we came from”.  So many sacrifices have been made for nothing!  John Paul II and Benedict XVI.  loved and understood us, as did many wonderful and courageous bishops, and we were betrayed overnight.

In short, there is a real danger of "schisms that will flourish on all sides when abrupt bishops exercise their power over rigid abbots" (G. Privat).  Otherwise the temptation is great to go underground ...

 Doesn't the Trinitarian community mean intra-Catholic ecumenism?

 Isn't the ecclesial communion that of the Most Holy Trinity (Jn 17), i.e. that of beauty in all its diversity?  The greater the differences - provided that they are lived as a complement - the more beautiful the Church.  Isn't being different a condition for fertility?  Why is it so difficult for us to receive, accept and love these baptized brothers and sisters with their sensitivity, their longings, their specific charisms, even and especially when they are not our own?  Why should we impose our own preferences on young people who are already so sensitive?  There is even a congregation dedicated to them in Rome.  We admire their magnificent divine liturgies, whether Coptic, Ethiopian, Armenian, Syrian, Maronite, Melchite, Russian-Byzantine or Greek, and we refuse to accept the Latin and Roman liturgy in their traditional form!

 It would only be logical if we standardized all monastic or religious life!  Benedictines, Cistercians, Carmelites, Poor Clares: Goodbye!  All spiritual movements should be unified in all their troublesome variety.  Neo-Catechumenate, Focolare, Charismatic Renewal, Oaza, Communione e liberazione: exit!  Benedictine, Carmelite, Franciscan, Dominican, Jesuit, Vincentine, Salesian etc. Traditions and sensibilities: trash!  In the bin!

 No and no, unity is not uniformity, but diversity!  Community is not horizontality, but complementarity!

Saint John Paul II put it aptly in his Motu Proprio Ecclesia Dei: “But it is also necessary that all pastors and other believers become aware anew that the diversity of charisms and traditions of spirituality and apostolate is not  are only legitimate, but represent a treasure for the Church;  in this way unity in diversity becomes beauty - that harmony which the earthly Church, stimulated by the Holy Spirit, lets rise to heaven ”.

 Will you hear the screams and tears of your own children?

 Has the Holy Father gauged the effects, if not the earthquake, that such intransigence threatens to wreak within the Church and even outside the Church?  That an atheist with an undeniable charisma like Michel Onfray dares to admit that he is "dismayed".  He said, “The Latin Mass is the legacy of the genealogy of our civilization.” And with his usual sarcasm, which of course I don't share, “For those who believe in God, the Latin Mass is that compared to the Mass on the long calm river which is a multi-purpose hall like today's Roman Basilica of St. Augustine... Augustine's contemporary Roman basilica is comparable to a multi-purpose hall in a block of flats: one looks in vain for the sacred and transcendent.”

Has he thought of the shock that our brothers will experience in the holy Orthodox Churches?  They were reassured by the Motu Proprio of Benedict XVI, who is valued by them as a great theologian: that the Latin Church would faithfully preserve and protect a liturgical Rite that has endured for centuries.  And now they ask the anxious question: Aren't we going to throw it away?

Did he foresee the probable earthquake among so many young people, young couples, entire families who will be destabilized, unsettled, discouraged and led to revolt?  Up until now they have loved their Pope Francis - as lovable and confusing as he is - they have been loyal to the Roman Magisterium, and now they are here, threatened by doubts, suspicion, if not rejection, with the bitter impression of being betrayed, denied  , if not to have been betrayed.

 How can we not cry with them?

May at least a great wave of baptized compassion, brotherly and fatherly affection of our bishops, ardent prayers surround them, comfort them, support them, encourage them, welcome them.  Eager.  Generous.  That is, loving.

Dear Holy Father - whom I love, cherish and admire -, on behalf of many of my friends, young and old, I dare to convey to you, in all childlike simplicity, my deep sorrow.  But, inspired by a maddened confidence, I venture to hope that, with the many tears on the cheeks of your own children, you will have the courage and the humility to reconsider such an unrelenting decision, despite your last words: "In spite of everything  speaks against it, even if it is worth a special mention ".

 Against all hope, I hope!

 Brother Daniel-Ange

 July 23rd, 40th anniversary of my ordination, at the International Eucharistic Congress in Lourdes


 (c) the translation from French by

Trans: Tancred