Since the public Black Mass in Oklahoma City has not been canceled, I’m inviting you to join us for a prayerful act of reparation in the public square:
Rosary Rally of Reparation at the Civic Center
When: Sunday, Sept. 21, at 5:00-7:00 PM
Where: Civic Center, 201 N. Walker Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(Couch Dr. & N. Walker Ave.)
You and your family are invited to attend this peaceful gathering.
Your prayers will console Our Lord and the Blessed Mother. Bring your rosary. Bring your friends. Share this alert.
Victory! Consecrated Host Returned
Yes. This is a tremendous victory.
Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City filed a lawsuit, demanding that satanist Adam Daniels return the Consecrated Host he illicitly obtained for the Black Mass to its rightful owner — the Catholic Church.
Thank God, the lawsuit was successful. The Sacred Host was returned on Aug. 21.
Evil retreated — at least partially.
But, please remember, the Black Mass has not been canceled.
That’s why you and I must redouble our prayers. Sacrifices. Phone calls. Letters. Petitions.
The TFP petition has over 70,000 signers now.
But with only 19 days left to act, you and I must not rest until the sacrilege is canceled.
Too much is at stake.
“I remain concerned about the dark powers that this satanic worship invites into our community and the spiritual danger that this poses to all who are involved in it, directly or indirectly,” said Archbishop Coakley.
“I have raised my concerns,” continued the Archbishop, “and pointed out how deeply offensive this proposed sacrilegious act is to Christians and especially to the more than 250,000 Catholics who live in Oklahoma.”
On Sept. 21, the archbishop invites the Catholic community as well as all Christians and people of good will to join him in prayer for a Eucharistic Holy Hour at 3 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 1901 NW 18, followed by an outdoor Procession and Benediction.
After this Eucharistic Holy Hour, TFP Student Action is organizing its own act of reparation at the Civic Center.
I hope you can make it. Or be united with us in prayer.
Also, I should tell you this:
Harry Mihet, chief litigation counsel for Liberty Counsel, told the press that Oklahoma City should not allow its public facilities to be “used by a satanic group for the sole purpose of mocking, insulting and offending other faiths through a lewd and lascivious ceremony.”
As an attorney who knows all about the First Amendment, he said:
The Black Mass “ought to remain in the dark tombs and catacombs where it originated, and should not see the light of day in a civilized society, much less on public property.”
(WND.Com – Aug. 26, 2014)
So why does the Civic Center claim they can’t do anything to cancel it?
Well, maybe you can make a few more polite phone calls:
- Oklahoma City Civic Center
(Location of the “Black Mass” on Sept. 21)
Call (405) 297-2584
- Office of Oklahoma City Mayor, Mick Cornett
Call (405) 297-2424
- Oklahoma City Manager, Mr. James D. Couch
Call (405) 297-2345
- Governor of Oklahoma, The Hon. Mary Fallin
Call (405) 521-2342
I’m also pleased to report that a large team of young TFP Student Action volunteers are preparing to drive to Oklahoma (2,620 miles there and back) for the prayerful act of reparation.
TFP friends from Kansas decided to charter a bus to join us.
A lady from Oregon said she is flying two people out to take a stand.
If you can’t make it person, please consider sponsoring the trip of others who are able to take the time off and travel to Oklahoma City.
Send your gift today to help this spiritual battle — here
Young Americans everywhere are speaking up.
Students at Harvard University, Yale, Brown, Cornell, Columbia, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and many other institutions of higher learning joined the TFP petition against the Black Mass.
This 16 year-old sent a great letter to the Civic Center, saying…
“I won’t be stepping foot in there ever again.”
Read her letter here
Thank you for all your support, prayers and devotion. Your friendship means so much to me and my colleagues here at TFP Student Action.
Thank you for caring.
Thank you for fighting the good fight.