This is page is being dedicated to all of the religious warriors out there fighting the good fight. Men and women of faith know without a doubt that this oppression we are feeling today both globally and in the United States is nothing more than a spiritual battle. It is God vs. Satan and you can't sit it out any longer if you have been. God is asking us all which side we are on? Who will we serve? He has given us all very special talents for this very moment and time in history. Will we deny him? Will we refuse to do what he is asking of his to serve? Below are some of what we feel are the best religious warriors out there. If you have a religious warrior you think we should include on this page please email us from the contact page and let us know. We want your help!
Archbishop Carlo Vigano
Born in northern Italy to a wealthy family, Vigano was ordained a priest in 1968. Five years later, he entered the Vatican's diplomatic corps, where he held positions at embassies in Great Britain and Iraq. He worked more than a decade (1978-89) in the Vatican Secretariat of State before spending the next three years as the Vatican's permanent observer at the Council of Europe, in Strasbourg, France. Vigano was made an archbishop in 1992 by Pope John Paul II, who appointed him apostolic nuncio to Nigeria. For much of his early years in Rome, Vigano kept a low profile, working mostly behind the scenes. That low profile extended into his appointment in 2009 to a high-ranking position as secretary-general of the governorate of the Vatican City State. There he earned a reputation for his skills as a financial reformer. He also faced internal tensions and criticism for what some viewed as micromanaging. In 2010, anonymous emails circulated among cardinals and Vatican embassies alleging nepotism by Vigano in the career of his nephew, Msgr. Carlo Maria Polvani, who also worked within the Vatican Secretariat of State. A commentary in the Italian newspaper Il Giornale, also anonymous, suggested Vigano sought control over Vatican security services. Despite writing Benedict asking to keep his position, Vigano was appointed Oct. 19, 2011, as apostolic nuncio to the U.S., succeeding Archbishop Pietro Sambi, who died earlier that year. The move was seen as a denial of his hopes of eventually being appointed president of the Vatican City State and with it, elevation to a cardinal.
Archbishop Vigano calls for Pope Francis' Resignation
Archbishop Vigano Supports Trump's Visit to
St. John Paul II Cathedral
Father Jeffrey Kirby
Father Kirby is a Papal Missionary of Mercy, the Pastor of Our Lady of Grace Parish in Indian Land, South Carolina, and a Senior Contributor to the Crux news site. Father Kirby holds a doctorate in moral theology from the Holy Cross University in Rome and a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the Franciscan University of Steubenville. Just listen to this recorded homily by Grace Lily Productions and you will see why he has made it to our website. This was recorded on December 29, 2020 in response to the 2020 election. We need more priests like Father Kirby leading and mentoring in our seminaries.