SJB, I know about the prayer of Pius X. I also do not worship Pius X the way many do. It was Pius XII who made him a saint, remember? He may really have been a saint, I don't know, but that canonization is invalid, in my opinion.
For all I know the plot against the Church was so slow and long-range that even Pius X was part of it. But I do not claim that to be true. Someone could have suggested he write this St. Joseph the Working Man prayer and he did it innocently. Again, there's nothing intrinsically wrong with seeing St. Joseph that way, but when you stack it up with all the other communist features of VII it appears that is how St. Joseph is being treated, as a sort of emblem of the worker-bee of Judeo-Masonic Egypt.
One troubling aspect of Pius X's reign, though, is that he did nothing to support Austria in World War I despite that they were taking the last stand against Masonry. He just kept repeating "Peace, peace," kind of like Pius XII did, and that does bother me. Popes used to actually take sides in wars, and that was when the wars were far less important than World War I for the future of Catholicism.
Another thing about Pius X that bothers me is the following passage --Notre Charge Apostolique
, Pius X
We do not have to demonstrate here that the advent of universal Democracy is of no concern to the action of the Church in the world; we have already recalled that the Church has always left to the nations the care of giving themselves the form of government which they think most suited to their needs.
I am aware that he is saying that democracy in general, as a system of government, is not opposed to the work of the Catholic Church. That is true, I guess. But this universal democracy he's talking about is
the New World Order, folks. I would say it is definitely of concern to the action of the Church! In fact, it has pretty much neutralized the action of the Church.
With 20/20 hindsight we can see all this; maybe Pius X could not. But that is kind of dubious since he spoke elsewhere AGAINST an international government. Are you telling me he couldn't figure out that the universal democracy and the international government were the same thing?