Friday, 22 August 2014

Satanists Return Consecrated Host To Archbishop Coakley, Archbishop Of Oklahoma City. Deo Gratias.


Wonderful news is coming in from CATHOLIC VOTE
that the Consecrated Host, previously held by the Satanists planning a Black Mass in Oklahoma, is back in the hands of Archbishop Coakley and the Catholic Church.



Image: CATHOLIC VOTE


Zephyrinus has received the following Notification from CATHOLIC VOTE


Dear CV Friend,

The Consecrated Host is back in the hands of Archbishop Coakley and the Catholic Church.

Deo Gratias!

Additionally, the Satanists have agreed to sign a statement saying that they will not use a Consecrated Host in a Black Mass – if it happens.

Talk about a great victory!

I work in politics. There are many important battles on Capitol Hill, in our federal courts, and at the ballot box.




But I'll be totally honest: This victory is perhaps the most important one of them all!

The Satanists thought they had us against the ropes. It's a public forum and we couldn't stop them from performing their "ceremony." They even went so far as to brag about having a Consecrated Host!

But that's where they crossed the line.

Our friend, attorney Michael Caspino, sprung into action. Lifted by the prayers of Catholics all across the country – and with the support of Archbishop Coakley -- Caspino fought back against the Satanists in court.

And we won. We won for Jesus.

The Satanists might still hold a Black Mass, but promised that they won't do so with a Consecrated Host. So let's continue praying to Saint Michael, in thanksgiving for his powerful intercession.



The Most Reverend Paul Stagg Coakley,
Archbishop of Oklahoma City.
Image: EWTN NEWS



Coat-of-Arms of the U.S. Archbishop,
The Most Reverend Paul Stagg Coakley,
Archbishop of Oklahoma City.
The Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley has chosen to "Impale" (that is to say "join") his personal
Coat-of-Arms with those of his new Archdiocese. This Act of Union, of the Arms of both the
Bishop of the place and his See, is symbolic of the marriage of a Bishop to his Church. The Arms of Archbishop Coakley appear on the right side of the Shield, joined with those of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, and surrounded by the Archbishop’s Motto and the Heraldic Symbols of his Office.
Date: 6 December 2013.
Source: Own work.
Author: SajoR.
(Wikimedia Commons)


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