June Belongs to Jesus

The fading rainbow signage at Nordstrom Rack

With all the controversy that has transpired from Budweiser to Target, you would think that the large retailer would disassociate it self from supporting “LGBTQ Pride Month.”  I believe that their mantra: “all inclusive” does not take into consideration the 95% of us who are finally fed up because we do not want to be inundated with this narrative!

Now several Major League Baseball organizations are under scrutiny for allowing the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to perform at their stadiums. This group of men, disguised as nuns, should never be allowed as guests in any public forum.

As a Catholic, the insults and disrespect to our Christian beliefs have reached a level of bigotry that we will no longer tolerate.

Opening Doors to the Dark Side

I pity any organization that supports these heinous groups because they are ruled by the dark side. Will they ever learn? Celine Dion is paying the price for designing a demonic children’s line of clothing. She has canceled all her concerts due to medical problems. One word of advice for her: REPENT! You can follow the story of Celine’s clothing line on this Blog: The Darker Side of Evil.

The Fading Rainbow

Is the use of the LGBTQ Rainbow fading? First of all, stop mimicking God’s symbolism. The rainbow is a gift from God. The only idea you have right is the use of the word pride, which is one of the Seven Deadly Sins.

The Real Celebration

The month of June belongs to Jesus. The world needs to know the true story and why the Enemy has made tireless attempts to divert the month of June.

This devotion started privately centuries ago by the orders of Benedictine and Cistercian monasteries. It was spread following visions of Sister Margaret Mary Alacoque in 1674. Jesus appeared to Sister Margaret Mary Alacoque on several occasions and asked that she spread the promises for the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

These are the promises for those who share the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the month of June:

1. I will give them all the graces necessary for their state of life.
2. I will give peace in their families.
3. I will console them in all their troubles.
4. I will be their refuge in life and especially in death.
5. I will abundantly bless all their undertakings.
6. Sinners shall find in my Heart the source and infinite ocean of mercy.
7. Tepid souls shall become fervent.
8. Fervent souls shall rise speedily to great perfection.
9. I will bless those places wherein the image of My Sacred Heart shall be exposed and venerated.
10. I will give to priests the power to touch the most hardened hearts.
11. Persons who propagate this devotion shall have their names eternally written in my Heart.
12. In the excess of the mercy of My Heart, I promise you that My all-powerful love will grant to all those who will receive Communion on the First Fridays, for nine consecutive months, the grace of final repentance: they will not die in my displeasure, nor without receiving the sacraments; and my Heart will be their secure refuge in that last hour.

During the month of June many Catholics will devote their prayers to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

The Rainbow

The rainbow is another symbol that is used to project a distorted view of what God intended. The appearance of the rainbow in the Book of Genesis represents the promise  that God made to us that the earth would never be destroyed by a flood.


The word pride appears in the Bible over 100 times. Pride is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. When you are prideful, you believe that you’re more important than others. If others do not agree with you, you dismiss this because you believe your views were misunderstood. A prideful person cannot accept being misunderstood. Pride opens the door to the Seven Deadly Sins. A prideful person believes so much in himself that he has lost touch with reality. A prideful person can also develop the character traits of a narcissist. The end results of pride are bitterness and loneliness. The antidote for pride is a life of grace filled with virtue, where we grow in humility.

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