Last week, our SSPX priest gave an excellent talk on how men need to be stronger and to take leadership roles more seriously. He denounced the wimpiness of men. He made a lot of sense.
So...may I ask....what are you and the other men on the forum going to do about the modernist takeover of the Church? I've been waiting for men to do something - confront the idiot Pope in Rome - at the very least. Archbishop Lefebvre did what he could, and he at least wrote letters to JP2, in admonishment of the latter's heretical deeds. But now - what man will admonish directly the modernist Pope?
Something I would like to tell you, Meg, and all the other ladies here reading this:
There was a little town here in Texas, which I believe is now Athens. I had a different name many years ago, back when it was considered inapropriate for women to be involved in politics. Towns most often are go by the name of the local Post office, and the new office was in need of a name. I can't remember the young lady's name, but she sent letters to many different men advocating why she thought the name "Athens" was appropriate and tge best choice. After about 3 months of letter writting the time tp vote came, and the town was called Athens. If anyone remembers the story better then I do, please correct me...
The point is that women have the ability to sway the way we men think when you try to be considerate, respectful, and docile in your approch. Just as this one woman got a town named due to her letters, women today can also do little things to encourage men and boys to be more masculine. A little goes a long way, really. If you have the ability to offer a guy some encouragement and a couple of good thoughts, do it! You may jist be the one that convinces him to take action. Even St. Catherine of Siena convinved the Pope to move back to the Vatican and leave Avignon.