“In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph.” – Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal, 1917
“Everyone outside the Church is a potentially (upon the grace of conversion) greater and more faithful Catholic than you or I.” – ICKSP Sunday Homily 8/22/21, Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
As a strong defense against the upcoming Apostasy, Our Lady urges us to be all the more devoted to her Immaculate Heart, in order to fight what is bad. And this by primarily two means: (1) by the Rosary, and (2) by the Virtue of Purity.
God respects the wills of bad angels and evil men (incl.), but nothing of what they do escapes the mystery and discretion of God’s Divine Providence. God never allows an evil to occur from which He would not bring a greater good about for His saints.
So we have to ask ourselves. Are we on God’s side? Do we love God? Are we standing on the winning side?
It is not enough to simply avoid impurity; we must love purity.
Mary’s eyes are always on us, as a most vigilant and affectionate Mother, and she is always with us. Nothing ever escapes her. So let us run to her, and ask her to cover us with her mantle of purity.