We are afraid of the war and of communism. It is with reason. There are also the taxes which rob us of our houses. And the big rate of interests on mortgage. And there is unemployment, which is the road to despair for the youth facing their future. The monetary system that rules us is a slavery system, and it leads the entire world to the total slavery of communism.
In 1917, at Fatima in Portugal, the Most Holy Virgin Mary, Mother of God, appeared to three young children. Jacinta, one of the three, before dying in 1920, revealed on the inspiration of Mary:
"The sins that throw most souls into hell are sins of impurity. Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. The persons who serve God should not follow these fashions... Wars are only chastisements for the sins of the world."
In 1980, these fashions of dressing, or rather of undressing, of showing oneself naked to the world, these fashions are becoming so wild that we ask ourselves how men and women can submit themselves, bounded hand and foot, to this infamous tyranny of the fashion in clothes.
And be careful! The women who complain about the morals of our century and who present themselves in front of you in shorts are not rare today. The rules of decency are clear and distinct; they were given again with precision in 1938 and in 1946 by the Pope and our bishops; these rules did not change in 1980, because the human nature and the law of God never change.
The pagans before Jesus Christ showed more respect for themselves and for others, more distinction in their clothes, than some Catholics of Quebec.
We are right to be afraid of communism and of the war, we who are betraying our Catholic and French culture which our ancestors bequeathed to us. We will be punished. Or rather, God's mercy will have to exert itself with force in order to finally open our eyes.
And our preachers without voice against the satanic fashions, the catechesists who teach sex, concubinage, the pill, abortion, divorce, homosexuality, partial or total nudism, these teachers of evil, more responsible than the people to be instructed, these masters of vice will also suffer of the wars and of communism, which are "chastisements for the sins of the world".
Do we want to see to it that our country, that our children are saved? Then, dear people, let us launch a great crusade for modesty in clothes. A call to all souls of good will, foremost to the Christian women.
At all costs, the rules of decency must be applied, rules given by Rome and our Bishops, Catholic rules. Rules based on the human nature and on the law of God that do not change according to the centuries. Rules that agree to all of the civilized, Catholics or not.
At the same time, let us begin a great Rosary Crusade, to pray the Rosary every day in our homes. "The Rosary solves all problems", said Our Lady to Lucia, the other seer of Fatima.