Just another great comment and look into the soul of so many young catholics whom the Holy Spirit is guiding.
My girlfriend and I have been reading your blogs faithfully for the last 4 months, and I just wanted to let you know how much you mean to us and how much hope you inspire.
I first discovered the sanctity of the Holy Latin Mass on Maudy Thursday, when I went, rather unexpectedly, to Mass with a Catholic professor from my college. It was such a life changing experience, I felt like a piece of heaven had come and laid itself in front of me to adore. Ever since I first went I have felt a profound love for the saints and martyrs who gave their lives for the Church. But with this love comes sorrow, a multitude of sorrow. Sorrow of how the Mother Church has been led astray by heretics in the last 50 years, and because of the devil’s influence everywhere I turn. So much sorrow fills my soul. I hate seeing our Lord shunned and disregarded in His Holy Presence in the Tabernacle, I feel so helpless sometimes.
I go, against my family’s wishes, to Latin Mass every Sunday; and seeing all the young families at Mass, and the love for Christ they all have gives me hope. I know that with the Holy Eucharist in my life all will be right, and I know that all the strife all orthodox believers go through for Him and his holy bride, will not be in vain. Your blogs give me hope because I see you working everyday to save souls from hell and lead them into the loving embrace of Christ. Everywhere you go, you are an “Alter Christus” to the people you encounter.
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I just want to thank you, on behalf of my girlfriend and myself, for all you do for the faithful. Your love for the Church inspires me to continue to fight all enemies of Him and honor Him in the ways that I can.
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Thank you. Thank you for standing up for what is right.
The original author of this blog passed away in July of 2016. RIP Father Carota.