Bishop Schneider said that to survive in a heretical wasteland, Catholic parents must:
See persecution as a grace from God for becoming purified and strengthened, not simply as something negative.
Become rooted yourself in the Catholic faith through study of the Catechism.
Protect your family’s integrity above all else.
Catechize your children as your first duty.
Pray with your children daily, such as litanies and the Rosary.
Turn your home into a domestic church.
In the absence of a priest and Sunday Mass, make spiritual communion.
Withdraw your family from a parish spreading error and attend a faithful parish, even if you have to travel far.
Withdraw your children from school if they are encountering immoral danger in sex-ed.
If you cannot withdraw your children, establish a coalition of parents to fight for that right.
Fight for parental rights using available democratic tools.
Be prepared for persecution in protecting your children (see first point).
The bishop said that being a Catholic “family” in the truest sense of the word is the key to survival.
“From my experience of the time of the persecution, the vital importance is the family, the integrity of the family, and that both parents are deeply rooted in the faith. This is then transmitted to the children. I would like to say that the children have to receive the faith with the milk of the mother. And then the first task of the parents is to transmit to the children the purity, the beauty, the integrity of the Catholic faith in a simple manner.”
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“This was in 1948. The doctor suggested that my mother have an abortion. He told her: ‘You already have five children, it is important for you to be in good health so as to take care of them,’” Burke said. “My parents refused. I should explain that the doctor was not Catholic. My parents told him that they believed in God and that Christ would give them the necessary help. My mother gave birth to me, and everything went well. … I could very well have been killed.”
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Cardinal Raymond Burke said that while Muslims were “lovely people”, their religion teaches that it should dominate the state, and any country with a Muslim majority must submit to Islamic law.
Speaking toReligion News Service, the American cardinal criticised Christian leaders who “simply think that Islam is a religion like the Catholic faith or the Jewish faith.”
“That simply is not objectively the case,” he claimed.
“When they become a majority in any country then they have the religious obligation to govern that country,” the cardinal added. “If that’s what the citizens of a nation want, well, then, they should just allow this to go on. But if that’s not what they want, then they have to find a way to deal with it.”
He also said that areas of France and Belgium have become “no-go zones” that are effectively “little Muslim states”.
When asked how the West should respond to increasing Islamisation, Cardinal Burke said: “I think the appropriate response is to be firm about the Christian origin of our own nation, and certainly in Europe, and the Christian foundations of the government, and to fortify those.”
“We have to say no, our country is not free to become a Muslim state,” he added.
The cardinal was speaking ahead of the publication of his book Hope For The World: To Unite All Things In Christ, which takes the form of an extended interview.
The Catholic Heraldquotes the cardinal as saying in the book: “Islam is a religion that, according to its own interpretation, must also become the State. The Koran, and the authentic interpretations of it given by various experts in Koranic law, is destined to govern the world.
“In reality, there is no place for other religions, even though they may be tolerated, as long as Islam has not succeeded in establishing its sovereignty over the nations and over the world.”
Cardinal Raymond Burke is patron of the Sovereign Order of Malta and is seen as one of the leading figures among traditionalist Catholics. He has become known for his uncompromising conservative views and has a strong affinity for the traditional Latin Mass.