The Catholic Defender: 8 Promises From Jesus to Sister Mary of St. Peter honoring Jesus Promise 2


The second promise Jesus gives to those who honor His Face. 2. Those who by words, prayers or writing defend My cause in this Work of Reparation I will defend before My Father, and will give them My Kingdom.


Psalm 94:14-16 states: "For the LORD will not forsake his people, nor abandon his inheritance. Judgment shall again be just, and all the upright of heart will follow it. Who will rise up for me against the wicked? Who will stand up for me against evildoers?"

1 Chronicles 29:10-13 states: “Blessed are you, LORD, God of Israel our father, from eternity to eternity. Yours, LORD, are greatness and might, majesty, victory, and splendor. For all in heaven and on earth is yours; yours, LORD, is kingship; you are exalted as head over all. Riches and glory are from you, and you have dominion over all. In your hand are power and might; it is yours to give greatness and strength to all. Therefore, our God, we give you thanks and we praise the majesty of your name."

"The people are called on to take an always larger part in the public life of the nation. This participation brings with it grave responsibilities. Hence the necessity for the faithful to have clear, solid, precise knowledge of their duties in the moral and religious domain with respect to their exercise of their civil rights, and in particular of the right to vote."

Pope Pius XII


"The fourth commandment extends to the duties of pupils to teachers, employees to employers, subordinates to leaders, citizens to their country, and to those who administer or govern it."

Catechism of the Catholic Church


"Love compels us “to go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation (Mk 16:15)”The creation’ refers to every aspect of human life; consequently, ‘the mission of proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ has a universal destination. Its mandate of charity encompasses all dimensions of existence, all individuals, all areas of community life, and all peoples. Nothing human can be alien to it’” This “mandate” includes our engagement in political life."

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops


"Lay people are not only bound to penetrate the world with a Christian spirit, but are also called to be witnesses to Christ in all things in the midst of human society."

The Catholic Bishops of the World at the Second Vatican Council


"The Church wishes to help form consciences in political life and to stimulate greater insight into the authentic requirements of justice as well as greater readiness to act accordingly, even when this might involve conflict with situations of personal interest. . . . The Church cannot and must not take upon herself the political battle to bring about the most just society possible. She cannot and must not replace the State. Yet at the same time she cannot and must not remain on the sidelines in the fight for justice."

Pope Benedict