Now what many of us strongly suspected for years has been confirmed, that FBI Glowies tasked with infiltrating orthodox, believing Catholic communities aren’t just limited to online activities, but are actually physically showing up to Mass, there are a couple of things to consider.
First, yes, of course it’s deplorable, but the United States of America no longer exists, and is now fully replaced by a tyrannical, Luciferian kakistocracy. This is objective, observable reality. And yes, we have expected and should continue to expect the regime to send infiltrators.
HOWEVER, what we should NOT permit to happen to ourselves is the descent into pathological suspicion, mistrust and sociopathy that we have seen in other cultures that have fallen to evil. It’s important to NOT be the person who instantly suspects every new face to be a Glowie. We can’t allow ourselves to become like so many cultures today wherein people assume everyone around them is guilty until proven innocent, lying is the default in all communications and interactions, and love becomes something to be scoffed at, or even held in outright contempt.
Our Lord told us that we are expected to find that golden mean when He said to us, “Be wise as serpents, and simple as doves.” Don’t be gullible, but at the same time, don’t be a hard-hearted bastard. It IS possible.
And that leads us to the Glowies themselves. It’s hard to respect anyone who would, at this point, think that joining the FBI or any intel branch of the Washington DC regime was a good life choice, but they ARE human beings, redeemed by Christ’s Passion and Death on the Cross, and God does will that they repent and be saved. And you know what? It’s possible that in going to the Traditional Latin Mass, and researching the One True Faith, even for initially nefarious motives, could yield the fruits of conversion. The liturgy is the greatest proselytizer, which is precisely why the infiltrators in the early-to-mid 20th century went immediately for the Roman liturgy, and replaced it with the revolting banality and effeminacy of the typical Novus Ordo.
I’m reminded of the countless examples of hostile men converting after simply seeing and being around Christians, with some even dying as martyrs. The first was the Roman soldier, Longinus, who stabbed Our Lord’s side as He hung dead on the Cross, and received Baptism and Eucharist as first water, and then Blood flowed out from Our Lord’s punctured pericardium. Then there was the Roman centurion Cornelius, St. Maurice the commander of the Theban Legion, Saints Sergius and Bacchus, and who could forget the Forty Holy Martyrs and St. Aglaius, the Roman guard who voluntarily replaced the one man in the group who yielded to apostasy under torture.
Years ago I added to my after-Mass litany of prayer intentions “All of My Friends That I Haven’t Met Yet”, which I strongly recommend for everyone to have as a daily prayer intention. Then, a few years ago, I appended to the “friends I haven’t met yet” intention: “especially my future jailers and/or executioners”. Considering that I’ve been praying for them daily for years, if I end up imprisoned by the NewWorldOrder, I look forward to a very fruitful incarceration.
So, are Glowie infiltrators deplorable? Yep. Should we keep an eye out for them? Yes. BUT, we should also pray for them, and simply proselytize them through the Liturgy of the Church, and through our own examples of Christian virtue. Christ loves them, died to redeem them, and desires their salvation and eternal beatitude. They aren’t literal demons, without hope, any more than we are.
The Divine Providence is perfect and inscrutable. If Glowies show up in your parish, consider that it could be part of Our Lord’s plan to save them, and maybe we are called to be a part of that plan.
St. Longinus and all former state-sponsored oppressor convert saints, pray for us.
Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us and on your Holy Catholic Church, outside of which there is no salvation.