Fr. John Corapi – Newsflash: WE WIN!

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As we prepare to enter a new era in politics and perhaps society in general, keep something in mind: WE WIN! No matter what political party is in power at a given point in time, in the end those that remain faithful to Jesus Christ win the war. We may have to fight many battles outnumbered and even despised and looked upon as criminals and outcasts by a society that is unraveling and degenerating into something no one could have imagined.

What matters is that we run the race to the finish line and fight the good fight. Don’t “go with the flow,” for as the great Archbishop Fulton Sheen reminds us, “Dead bodies float downstream.” More than ever we shall have to be strong in the faith. Regular and worthy reception of the sacraments, constant prayer, and rigorous study of the faith is now essential, not merely a luxury.

The front line and primary battle is going to be the fight for life: the dignity of every human life from the moment of conception to the last moment of natural life. If we lose that one, every other battle space will be compromised. If the government succeeds in establishing abortion as an inalienable “right”, then the elderly and sick will be next. It will then be a short and slippery step to the government deciding who lives and dies regardless of their inherent human dignity.

If you don’t already pray the Rosary every day, please start at once. The prayer of the holy Rosary is the prayer of the holy Gospel, and that means it is the prayer of the Good News Who is Jesus Christ, the LIFE of the world. Many saints will be forged in the crucible of the coming years. Make sure you are among them.

God bless you,

Fr. John Corapi

Editors Note: To find all the necessary tools for a rigorous study of the faith this blog encourages you to visit: Fr. John Corapi

4 thoughts on “Fr. John Corapi – Newsflash: WE WIN!”

  1. My Prayer for Fr. Corapi

    O Almighty God, Let Thy grace assist him, who have undertaken the office of Priesthood, may be able to wait upon Thee worthily and devoutly, in all purity, and with a conscience. And if he cannot live in so great innocency of life worthily to lament the sins that we have committed, and in the spirit of humility, and with full purpose of a good will, to serve Thee more earnestly for the time to come. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

    Omnipotens et misericors Deus humilitatis meae preces benignus intende, et me famulum tuum, quem nullis suffragantibus meritis, sed immensa clementiae tuae largitate caelestibus mysteriis servire tribuisti, dignum sacris altaribus fac ministrum, ut quod mea voce depromitur, tua sanctificatione firmetur. Per Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

  2. I have a prayer and petition to as of our Good Almighty Lord God, that He would bless this crazy world this confused world with more courageous priests like Father John Corapi.
    Thanks be to the “Mary Fondation” who produce Father Corapi’s conversion CD many people here in Canada know him and admire his stand, let us all give glory to God for Father Corapi’s, and increase our prayer for more like him.
    And what about us, couldn’t we too have some of this courage, knowledge and fortitude……Praise God!!??

  3. dear fr. corapi,
    i was listening to you on ewtn this past sunday, 11-8-09, and you spoke about the Holy Rosary in the gospel. i would like a copy of this talk as i have a son who no longer says the Rosary for many reasons. he thinks that all prayers should be directed to Jesus and no one else. how can i get a copy of your wonderful talk explaining the Rosary the way you did on tv so that i can pass it on to him?
    please let me know. it is very important. thank you, respectfully yours, cecile phillips, 209 field street, fall river, ma. 02721.

  4. Prayer to the Mother Most Admirable

    Hail Mary, full of grace, glorious light reflecting the splendor of the three divine Persons. Thy name, O Mary, is like a balm poured out on our wounds providing us sinners with the help that we ask for in continual sighing. The Lord is with thee, O Mary, as thou art with us, O Kind and gracious star, to enlighten thy children, who ever look up to thee from their exile for guidance and consolation amid the sorrws of this vail of tears. Blessed art thou among women, for the Lord has chosen thee to be the Mother of the Word Incarnate and never permitted thy surpassing beauty to be tarnished by the stain of sin. Blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus, since it was through thee that there was given to us the one and only Savior, who has redeemed us from death and opened again the gates of heaven. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us, who must still struggle here on earth. Be thou ever our refuge so that in the blessed hour of death we may be worthy to behold thy fair countenance in the brightness of eternal glory. Amen.

    Ave, Maria, gratia plena, lux fulgida, in qua tres divinae Personae relucent. Nomen tuum, O Maria, vulneribus nostris est balsamum errusum, nobisque peccatoribus auxilium quod semper suspiramus.
    Dominus tecum, sicut tu, o Maria, nobiscum es, ut filios illumines, dirigas eosque consoleris qui misere pereginantur in hac lacrymarum valle, in te oculos intendentes, o nostra propitia stella. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, quia Dominus te elegit, ut sis Mater incarnati Verbi, nunquam permittens ut labe peccati pulchritudo tua suavissima maculetur. Benedictus fructus ventris tui, Jesus, quia per te nobis datus est unicus Salvator, qui a morte nos redemit nobisque caelorum Salvator, qui a morte nos redemit nobisque caelorum portam iterum aperit. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis, qui semper refugium, ut in mortis benedicta hora suavem tuam faciem in splendore aeternitatis spectare valeamus. Amen.

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