NEWS UPDATE - November 2019


During a recent speech at The Catholic University of America, Republican senator, Marco Rubio called for a 'Catholic Economy', proposing what he calls 'common good capitalism', focusing on the 'good of all people' and 'dignified work.' But what is he really pointing to? He is pointing to the long wanted desire of the Roman Catholic Church, confirmed by a "Mary apparition" in 1873 - the Sunday rest law.

"It's not often you hear capitol hill lawmakers talking about Papal teaching, dating back 128 years. But that's exactly what Marco Rubio was pointing to ... Families without dignified work begin to splinter ... we have neglected the rights of workers ... and we have neglected the obligation of businesses to act, also in the best interests of the wokers ... senator Rubio says socialism isn't the answer, but common good capitalism." (source).

Now what is this senator pointing to when he says 'dignified work' and the 'rights of workers'? Well let's take a look at what Catholic Bishops are pushing for in Europe.

"This world of work will be decent if it promotes just working conditions, including a dignified family-oriented income and sufficient space for life in family and society ... We also believe that all EU citizens are entitled to benefit from decent working hours, which as a matter of principles exclude bank holidays and Sundays. Recalling our support for the European Sunday Alliance, we therefore remain strongly committed to its objective of reintegrating the Sunday as a synchronised day of rest in European law." (source).

"The Church fights in Europe to prohibit working on Sunday - the Archbishop of Katowice, Monsignor Wiktor Skworc, declared that families not only need financial support, but also free time ... in August 2009, the 24 Eucharistic Congress was held in Bari, Italy, on the theme: 'Without Sunday, we cannot live.' At the closing of the congress, Benedict XVI asked Christians to rediscover the spiritual importance of Sunday, as an expression of the identity of the Christian community against 'unbridled consumerism' and religious indifference ... in 2014, the Spanish bishop of Santander, Vicente Jimenez, called for a 'united front', appealing to the authorities to resist 'economic pressures' that seek to liberalize working hours ... In Italy, Delphine Allaire explains, the Episcopal Conference prefers to stick to the protection of the rights of workers to spend time with their families on Sundays." (source).

Do you see what they mean by 'dignified work' and the 'rights of workers'? It is all about bringing about a Sunday rest law. The plan that Satan and Rome have had in the making for hundreds of years. Look at what Satan brought about nearly 150 years ago:

"It should be noted that on June 9, 1873, at the feast of the Holy Trinity, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared in Saint-Bauzille-de-la-Sylve in the Herault, to Auguste Arnaud, a young winemaker of 30 years old, who worked during the week, and who was working in his small vineyard, and said very seriously: "YOU MUST NOT WORK ON SUNDAY. Blessed are those who believe; woe to those who do not believe." This Marian apparition was recognized by the authorities of the Church, and serves to demonstrate once again the importance of sanctifying the Lord's Day. The Mother of God had already reminded men of the importance of this religious obligation in La Salette." (source - see also here).

Obviously it was an evil spirit that appeared as Mary, because she is in her grave awaiting the resurrection, like all the saints of God. But what do you think an accepted apparition of Mary by the Catholic Church, stating "You must not work on Sunday" is going to cause? It is going to cause the Vatican to do all they can to bring about a Sunday law, which will fulfill the prophecy of Revelation 13. And that first beast of Revelation 13, the Papacy, is now working with the second beast, America, to 'cause the world to receive the mark' - the Sunday rest law, in honour of their false trinity god.

What is the 'common good of all' that the Roman Catholic Church is seeking? What ultimately are they saying when speaking about the 'common good'? ... "In respecting religious liberty and the common good of all, Christians should seek recognition of Sundays and the Church's holy days as legal holidays." (Catechism of Catholic Church, 2188). So when an American Senator speaks about implementing a 'Catholic ecomony' and 'dignified work' for the 'common good', he is really saying - "We need a Sunday rest law."

Yes, we should rest one day a week. But we should observe the day God gave us, not the day Rome gave us, and it should never be enforced, like Rome's Sunday law will be. The TRUE Sabbath of the Lord is the 7th day Sabbath (our Saturday), not the 1st day (Sunday) - that is a mere institution and tradition of man! So let us obey our Creator, rather than follow man, and keep God's holy 7th day Sabbath.

Genesis 2:1-3 ...'Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.'

Psalm 118:8 ...'It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man.'

Please see our page - 666 and the Mark of the Beast.