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The Holy Spirited Arsenal
“In Baptism man is enlisted into the service, in Confirmation he is equipped for battle; at the baptismal font the Holy Spirit imparts fullness to accomplish innocence, but in Confirmation he ministers perfection to grace; in Baptism we are regenerated unto life, after Baptism we are fortified for the combat; in Baptism we are cleansed, after Baptism we are strengthened; regeneration of itself saves those who receive Baptism in time of peace, Confirmation arms and makes ready for conflicts”.
Saint Pope Melchiades (The Cathechism of Council of Trent, TAN Books p. 201)
Under the Patronage of St. Dominic de Guzman who founded the Dominican Order of Preachers and the Militia Christi, of St. Catherine of Siena who was not afraid to voice publicly, and even to a pope, the necessity of obeying God’s laws, of St. Pius V whose leadership lead to the Victory of Lepanto and the effective defense of Christendom and the Glorious St. Michael Archangel.
You are creating a wonderful teaching aid.It will prove to be a great success, I am confident. Blessings.
Most Reverend Rene Henry Gracida
Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Corpus Christi, TX
President, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
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