“The world is all grown strange… How shall a man judge what to do in such times?” asked Eomer.

“As he ever has judged,” said Aragorn. “Good and ill have not changed since yesteryear; nor are they one thing among Elves and Dwarves and another among Men. It is a man’s part to discern them, as much in the Golden Wood as in his own house.” J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers

Friday, January 23, 2009

Aragorn: A Catholic Monarch?

Well, I did it again. I've swiped another post from the KIC blog - and I plan on getting several more, as they are so very good. Hey, they even got printed up in CFN, which is more than almost anyone in the world can say.

Unfortunately, Marianna said I wasn't stealing (since I had her permission, darn it), so what had savored of misadventure sort of went flat. But!...the info is still wonderful! Wonderful and utterly compelling. Just wait'll you read her Fatima stuff! It'll knock your socks OFF. If it doesn't, you might need to become a real Catholic first before you understand diddly-squat. That means studying your head off, but you'll live. I did.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Aragorn: A Catholic Monarch?
Throughout the centuries, there have been many Catholics who have prophesied about this "Great Monarch" or, as some call him, the "Great Prince."

Think of the hope in the children's hearts today if they knew there was a Catholic prince like Aragorn somewhere on earth, under the protection of God, waiting to come into his own.

The prophesies regarding the great Catholic king-to-be indicate that he may be French or he may arise from France. Since the royal blood lines of Europe constantly intermingled, it is hard to tell what his "main" bloodline will be, even in the prophecies. However, studied as a whole, the various prophecies indicate Germany, France and England will play a key role in his life, either through bloodties or through events.

God gave us a "new" Adam and a "new" Eve with Our Lord and the Virgin Mother. He acts in the most mysterious and unexpected ways. Is it not possible that He will also reform the entire world through post-Christian Europe, the home of the Church and of Western Civilization, with a totally unexpected Catholic Monarch? The very thought is beyond our imagination at this point in history, since most contemporary monarchies are nothing but figure-heads.

Consider those very countries mentioned in prophecies regarding the "Great Monarch" - Germany had its Luther, England fell into schism under the influence of King Henry VIII, and France, "the first daughter of the Church," has still not recovered from the French Revolution.

Would it not be "meet and just" for God to "employ" these same countries in the Second Catholic Reformation?

(First posted October 29, 2003 to the original blog, Keeping It Catholic - with Marianna Bartold)

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