Author Archives: Ann Barnhardt

Happy (Bumped) Feast of St. Philip Neri!

Since today, May 26th, St. Philip’s Feast Day, is Trinity Sunday this year, St. Philip gets bumped to Monday the 27th, and in certain places his Mass could be said instead of St. Bede. I will able to hear a St. Philip Mass, which is really cool.

Thank you, again, for everything, don Fili.

Cast yourself into the arms of God and be very sure that if he wants anything of you, He will fit you for the work and give you strength.

In this life there is no purgatory; it is either hell or paradise; for to him who serves God truly, every trouble and infirmity turns into consolations, and through all kinds of trouble he has a paradise within himself even in this world: and he who does not serve God truly, and gives himself up to sensuality, has one hell in this world, and another in the next.
-St. Philip Neri

I commend each and every one of you to St. Philip Neri. Just tell him I sent you.

Don Fili, prega per noi.

You-Gotta-Be Kidding-Me Mailbag: Revelation 18:23. “for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy pharmaceuticals were all nations deceived…”

Wow. I MEAN. It’s almost like the Holy Bible in modern English is inadequate or something….

The “thy” is “the world’s”, not God’s. Hence the lower-case.


Something I’ve known for awhile but never understood how that it would happen: Enter the rona scam and death jab. Sorcery. Look it up in Rev: chapter 18 v 23. Sorcery from the Greek is literally where we get the word for pharmacy. Medicine. Also used as magic.

That verse also speaks of the “great men of the earth” being “merchants”. The super rich elites. Gates, Soros, Fraudci, etc.

Revelation 18:23 And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.

Greek: φαρμακεία

Transliteration: pharmakeia

Pronunciation: far-mak-i’-ah

Definition: From G5332; medication (pharmacy) that is (by extension) magic (literal or figurative): – sorcery witchcraft.

KJV Usage: sorcery (2x), witchcraft (1x).

Occurrences in Bible: 3

Occurrences in verses: 3

Yes I know it’s a King James Version I’m using but it’s all I know at the moment. God keep you around with us for LONG time please.


St. Jerome’s Latin Vulgate translated in the Douay-Rheims:

And the light of the lamp shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth, for all nations have been deceived by thy enchantments.

et lux lucernae non lucebit in te amplius : et vox sponsi et sponsae non audietur adhuc in te : quia mercatores tui erant principes terrae, quia in veneficiis tuis erraverunt omnes gentes.


“…for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy pharmaceuticals were all nations deceived.”

With the U.N. logo….

Compelling testimony of a cancer surgeon on Ivermectin curing stage 4 cancers.

Ivermectin is not just an antiparasitic. It is also an antiviral, an anti-inflammatory, AND an anti-tumoric. With basically zero side effects (temporary mild wonky vision at high dosage levels is as bad as it gets) , and dirt cheap to produce. And BigPharma has known this for decades.

Listen carefully to what she says about her patient driving to Tennessee, paying cash for Ivermectin at a pharmacy, and the Ivermectin then immediately showing up in his chart.

THAT is why I still strongly advocate taking the livestock injectable form orally by drinking it. His oncologists clearly wanted him to die, refusing to entertain ANY treatment- hospice only.

Also note that this doctor proves her moral sanity by saying exactly what I have been saying for years now about Ivermectin: IT CAN’T HURT. If something can’t hurt, why in the world wouldn’t you at least be open to trying, much less violently opposed to trying? The abject refusal to try something that was known to be completely safe was irrefutable proof all during the CoronaScam that these people’s intentions were evil and nefarious. They wanted people dead, whether it be for Malthusian reasons, ideological-political reasons, financial reasons, or a combination of all three. Ivermectin’s power to heal is almost secondary to its power to expose the Luciferian agenda.

Let’s be blunt: Speaking in Tongues is EITHER being heard by other people in their mother tongue while you are speaking in your mother tongue, OR you being able to miraculously speak another language that you don’t know. Anyone trying to pass off babbling as “speaking in tongues” is either a grifter or severely mentally ill. Period.

Apparently there is some rando on social media claiming that he’s a “Trad” and speaks in tongues. As in, babbles and then claims that he’s speaking in another language, which no one else has ever heard or understands.

I can tell you right now that the dude is either a grifter or schizophrenic. How? Because common sense. Speaking in tongues is a very real miracle that has and can still occur. It’s a miraculous gift of the Holy Ghost. And it ALWAYS serves a purpose and increases clarity and understanding.

The two forms are:

1.) When you speak in your mother tongue, as normal, except people around you who do NOT speak nor understand your mother tongue hear YOU speaking perfectly in THEIR mother tongue. Sometimes multiple people will each hear the speaker speaking in their own language at the same time, as is recorded in the Book of Acts. The key here is that people UNDERSTAND, and thus information is transmitted and truth is conveyed. There is clarity of communication.

2.) When a person can, all of a sudden, miraculously, speak a language fluently that they couldn’t speak before. This happened to St. Philip when he spoke to the Ethiopian. It was a miracle. The point is, St. Philip was able to communicate the Gospel clearly to the Ethiopian, in the Ethiopian’s mother tongue. Clarity. Transmission of information. Communication of truth.

That’s it. Babbling in a language no one understands not only serves no purpose, but it causes confusion. And, let’s be blunt, such displays are almost always fake. If some random American guy, let’s call him “Fred”, starts babbling away in a room filled with other English speaking Americans, what possible purpose could that serve? The Americans would be confused, skeptical (rightly), and no information would be transmitted, other than the fact that “Fred” is either an attention and glory-seeking narcissist, OR that Fred is legit nuts – probably schizophrenic, which often involves delusions of grandeur, of competence or of knowledge.

Another hint? A person genuinely, miraculously speaking in tongues might not realize that it is happening (type 1), or if they did, would never lord it over others.

I suppose it’s a fairly simple thing to confront these fakes. Simply ask them to go to their local Chinese restaurant and evangelize the proprietors in whatever Chinese (or East Asian) language or dialect the owners speak. Let’s hear your spontaneous fluent, unaccented Hakka dialect. We’re all ears. After all, wouldn’t a white guy rolling in and speaking Hakka, or Jianghuai Mandarin be compelling? Or… go to Dearborn, Michigan and preach the gospel to the musloids in spontaneous perfect literary Arabic. Wouldn’t that do more good than babbling in whatever “ancient, extinct language” you claim to be channeling?

Yeah. This is an easy one, folks. Don’t enable these people, because, as I’ve said repeatedly, they’re either grifters or schizophrenics. Shut them down as much as you can, because they just make sincere Catholics look like fools and con-artists.

As Dr. Beep said, “Protestantism has been the most destructive force in the west. Mentally ill people being given a microphone from the beginning.”

As always, I hope this helps.

Now there were dwelling at Jerusalem, Jews, devout men, out of every nation under heaven.
And when this was noised abroad, the multitude came together, and were confounded in mind, because that every man heard them speak in his own tongue.  And they were all amazed, and wondered, saying: Behold, are not all these, that speak, Galileans?  And how have we heard, every man our own tongue wherein we were born? Acts 2: 5-8

Death to Oreo. Long live Hydrox!

On the RARE occasion that we partake in junk food (yummy, delicious junk food), shun the sodomy cultist Oreo brand and go full original cookie gangster: Hydrox cookies. Make Hydrox Great Again. Hydrox ice cream. Hydrox silk pie. Hydrox PIE CRUST. 🤤🤩 Death to sodomy. Death to Oreo. Long live Hydrox!

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Tuesday in the Octave of Pentecost: “He who enters not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbs up another way, is a thief and a robber….”

What EVER could THAT possibly mean?

“The thief comes only to steal, and slay, and destroy…”

Apostate sodomite filth, Antipope, and probable False Prophet Forerunner of the Antichrist

John 10:1-10.

At that time, Jesus said to the Pharisees, Amen, amen, I say to you, he who enters not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbs up another way, is a thief and a robber. But he who enters by the door is shepherd of the sheep. To this man the gatekeeper opens, and the sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them forth. And when he has let out his own sheep, he goes before them; and the sheep follow him because they know his voice. But a stranger they will not follow, but will flee from him, because they do not know the voice of strangers. This parable Jesus spoke to them, but they did not understand what He was saying to them. Again, therefore, Jesus said to them, Amen, amen, I say to you, I am the door of the sheep. All whoever have come are thieves and robbers; but the sheep have not heard them. I am the door. If anyone enter by Me he shall be safe, and shall go in and out, and shall find pastures. The thief comes only to steal, and slay, and destroy. I came that they may have life, and have it more abundantly.

Mailbag: Titanic and Pentecost – Be in the Ismay Camp

Ave Maria!

Dear Ann,

For some reason, probably Providence, the Titanic has been on my mind all week leading up to Pentecost. I went back and found your post on the comparison of the barque of Peter and the Titanic and the smearing of Bruce Ismay. Something was really haunting me after the tons of research I have been doing this week on the vessel and it’s this:

With 2,000+ people on board, and roughly only 700 people survived and as you mentioned the life boats (even though there should have been more, of course) were NOT filled to capacity. I watched a recent video where the speaker came to the defense of Ismay, because he said some passengers didn’t board the boats for two reasons:

1.) They really didn’t believe the Titanic would sink because “it’s impossible, she’s unsinkable” (bla bla 🙄).

2.) Several passengers below deck were waiting in their cabins for instructions… and they never came. The crew simply was not prepared for a disaster like this. The organization wasn’t there.

Sound familiar? Two things hit me here, which of course reminded me of the Titanic symbolizing Holy Mother Church. The attitude of “she’s unsinkable” is equivalent to “Bergoglio is Pope, Bergoglio is Pope, shut up!” And so half of the Church’s members (like Titanic passengers) stay on board under that good old “diabolical disorientation” that Our Lady warned us about. The other half? Like #2, they are just waiting to be to told what to do, to be led! But those in charge (cardinals and bishops, and of course right now… no Pope), ARE DOING NOTHING.

Then there is the Ismay camp. Those of us who have tried for dear life to get people onto lifeboats, but to the #1 group I spoke of, we only get “shut up, stupid, Bergoglio’s the Pope, and what are you? You’re just a passenger with no safety training” (cough cough, degrees or Canon Lawers 🥴). We are the “schismatics” or “sedevacantists”. BUT, are they forgetting the words of Our Lord?

“Then Jesus said to them: All you shall be scandalized in Me this night. For it is written: I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock shall be dispersed.Matthew 26:31.

To me it’s so obvious we are being dispersed in little lifeboats representing the Barque of Peter. So today I KNEW it was Providence because after watching the 1958 Film of the Titanic last night called “A Night to Remember” (of course Ismay is portrayed like a coward in the movie, but that’s expected, right?), it shouldn’t have surprised me when on the Feast of Pentecost the homily today was about Saint John Bosco’s vision of the boat representing Holy Mother Church. On board? The Pope and Cardinals. With two pillars: Our Lady and the Lamb of God. We must climb aboard the life boats of tradition. We cling to Mary and we cling to the Latin Mass. You’re so right. And lastly, to bring this lengthy Titanic Novel home, in the Saint Andrew’s Missal, there are lovely definitions of the Gifts of the Holy Ghost, and would you just get a load of the Gift of Fortitude:

“A permanent POWER which the Holy Ghost communicates to our WILL to ASSIST us in overcoming the difficulties which might deter us in the practice of what is right.”

I’m not saying getting into a life boat isn’t hard, and most of the time it’s easy to get gaslit by the “higher ups” who tell us we are being “disobedient”, because we are the Ismays of the Church. But how good is the Paraclete? He gives us “permanent power” to “overcome difficulties” and “do what’s right”.



Mailbag: Armed Guardians Sodality

Hello Ann,

Hope this finds you well.

In light of the recent events and your wonderful piece on running TOWARDS the gunfire (Hard Truths About Civilian Combat Tactics) I thought you would appreciate something we got started in our small, rural parish. Myself and a few other men serve our parish as Armed Guardians. Each Guardian carries a 9mm and a spare mag properly concealed so we blend in perfectly. Before Holy Mass (and other parish events) we arrive early to “sweep” the church, parish hall and property. We then stand vigilant, yet welcoming, at the front steps of our church as folks arrive. Once Holy Mass starts, we take our seats with our families but locate ourselves in deliberate pews so as to remain most effective should something happen. We also take turns as to which one remains at the back of the church by the LOCKED door. When Holy Mass is over, the Guardian posted in the back is first to unlock the door and step outside to continue monitoring the area. All of this is done very discretely so nothing we do creates a distraction. It really is a wonderful ministry that each of us considers an honor to serve even though most of the parishioners have no idea what is actually taking place.

This security endeavor is spreading across the entire diocese and each Armed Guardian is commissioned by our bishop to serve in this role. We receive advance tactical training each year and must continually pass weapon proficiency tests. We have photo ID credentials that state we have authority to carry a firearm in every one of the churches and schools in the entire diocese. Specifically, our parish priest and deacon even make sure we have an ample supply of training ammo to stay sharp. Since I ranch for a living, I open carry every day. And with the number of varmints, wild hogs and coyotes I encounter, I have become even more confident of my accuracy and speed. Consequently, this ministry is such a natural fit.

Very possibly, the Armed Guardian Ministry in our Diocese is kept confidential, so I won’t mention which one it is. But our Bishop has told me personally he’s 100% behind it.

As always, Ann, thanks so much for what you do for all of us.


The Vigil of Pentecost: Got Zeal?

The Third Glorious Mystery of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Co-Redemptrix, is the descent of the Holy Ghost at Pentecost. The fruit of this mystery is ZEAL – LOVE OF GOD. 🔥

An excellent collection of quotes on the utter necessity of zeal for the salvation of souls.  Remember these quotes when you hear anyone say that proselytism is “solemn nonsense”, or that they have no desire to convert a person or persons to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, outside of which there is no salvation.

St. James the Apostle: “He must know that he who causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way will save his own soul from death and shall cover a multitude of sins” (St. James 5, 19-20).

St. John Chrysostom, (ARSH 347-407), the illustrious Bishop of Constantinople, and Doctor of the Church, tells us: “Zeal for the salvation of souls is of so great a merit before God, that to give up all our goods to the poor, or to spend our whole life in the exercises of all sorts of austerities cannot equal the merit of it. There is no service more agreeable to God than this one. To employ one’s life in this blessed labor is more pleasing to the Divine Majesty than to suffer martyrdom. Would you not feel happy if you could spend large sums of money in corporal works of mercy? But know that he who labors for the salvation of souls does far more; nay, the zeal of souls is of far greater merit before God . . . than the working of miracles.”

Pope St. Gregory the Great (ARSH 590-604): “No sacrifice is more acceptable to God than zeal for souls.”

St. Vincent de Paul (ARSH 1576-1660): That St. Vincent was devoured by zeal for the house of God, his entire life testifies, because that life was employed in combating evil and extending the reign of good; and in this consists true zeal. Listen to some of his instructions to his community: “Let us give ourselves to God, gentlemen, to go to carry His holy Gospel over the entire earth and into whatever part He may lead us; there, let us maintain our part, and continue our duties until such time as His good pleasure will withdraw us. Let no difficulties move us, the glory of the eternal Father and the efficacy of the Word and of the passion of His Son are at stake. The salvation of men and our own are so great that they merit to be obtained at any price.”

St. Rose of Lima, (ARSH 1586-1617). We read that her confessor offered himself to go to the missions, but he feared because of the dangers it would entail. After consulting the saint, he heard these words: “Go Father, and do not fear. Leave all to labor for the conversion of the infidel, and know that the greatest service that man can offer to God is to convert souls, for this is a work proper of the Apostolate. What greater happiness could there be than to baptize, be it only a little Indian child who would enter Heaven through the gates of Baptism?”

St. John de Brebeuf (ARSH 1593-1649), one of the eight North American Martyrs, was heard to say, after pouring the saving waters of Baptism on a dying Indian child, “For this one single occasion I would travel all the way from France; I would cross the great ocean to win one little soul for Our Lord!”

St. Margaret Mary (ARSH 1647-1690): “My divine Savior has given to understand that those who work for the salvation of souls will have a gift of touching the most hardened hearts, and will labor with marvelous success, if they themselves are penetrated with a tender devotion to His Divine Heart.”

St. Anthony Mary Claret (ARSH 1808-1870): “Another thing that spurs me on to preach ceaselessly is the thought of the multitude of souls which fall into the depths of hell, who die in mortal sin, condemned forever and ever… if you were to see a blind man about to fall into a pit or over a precipice, would you not warn him? Behold, I do the same…” “How often I pray with St. Catherine of Siena: O my God, grant me a place by the gates of Hell, that I may stop those who enter there, saying: “Where are you going, unhappy one? Back, go back! Make a good confession. Save your soul. Don’t come here to be lost for all eternity!” St. Anthony resolved never to waste a moment of time, and during his 35 years as a priest, he wrote 144 books and preached some 25,000 sermons. On one trip, besides traveling, he preached 205 sermons in 48 days and 12 in one day.

The motivating force that dominated St. John Bosco’s (ARSH 1815-1888) life is found in a phrase that is typically his: “Give me souls, you take the rest.” “There is nothing more holy in this world than to work for the good of souls, for whose salvation Jesus Christ poured out the last drops of His Blood.” In his writings and conferences, he consistently pointed out that: “Man is successful in this world if he saves his soul and is very knowledgeable if he knows the science of salvation; but he is a total failure if he loses his soul and knows nothing if he is ignorant of those things that can assure him of eternal salvation.” From his book The Life of St. Dominic Savio, St. John Bosco had this to say of St. Dominic Savio (the teenage saint who died in his 15th year): “The thought of saving souls for God was never out of his mind.” St. Dominic Savio, (1842-1856), in a serious conversation with one of his companions, gave several reasons for his apostolic zeal in “saving souls”: 1. My companion’s soul has been redeemed by Jesus Christ. 2. We are all brothers and so we must love each other’s souls. 3. God urges us to help each other. 4. If I manage to save one soul, I also ensure the salvation of my own.

St. Thérèse of Lisieux (ARSH 1873-1897): “We have only short moments of this life to work for God’s glory. The devil knows this and that is why he tries to make us waste time in useless things. O, let us not waste our time! Let us save souls! Souls are falling into hell innumerable as the flakes of snow on a winter day. Jesus weeps! Instead of consoling Him we are brooding over our own sorrows . . . There is only one thing to do during the brief day, or rather, night of this life: Love Jesus with all the strength of your heart and save souls for Him, so that He may be loved!”

St. Padre Pio (ARSH 1887-1968): “Time spent in honor of God and for the salvation of souls is never badly spent.

St. Maximilian Kolbe (ARSH 1894-1941): “We have no right to rest as long as a single soul is Satan’s slave.”

Pope Pius XII (ARSH 1939-1958): “No one is permitted to be idle and lazy while so many evils and dangers impend, and while those who are on the other side are working so hard to destroy the very basis of Catholic religion.