Remembrance and Thanksgiving

At 9:37 in the evening, Rome Time, the Holy Father, Pope John Paul the Second died. We at the Review ask all our Catholic readers to pray for his immortal soul, that he may escape damnation and rest in peace.

And at this time, we at the Review would like to thank all our readers of the last three months. We are still a very tiny blog, average at most ten readers a day. And yet, we have had readers from...

Canada - England - Scotland - Mexico - Singapore - Estonia - Japan - Romania - Phillipines - Thailand - Finland - Germany - Australia - New Zealand

We also have had readers from the US military and court systems, as well as those from various American universities.

We are so grateful for all of you, who have busy jobs and lives, to have taken up your precious, limited time to read our reports and opinions. It is our hope that you will continue to check in on the Review, and help to do your part to promote our efforts to bring about a Distributist Earth.

One last thing. For the most part, we never get comments to our articles and opinions. Public feedback is important, so that we may know what we are doing right and wrong, on whether or no we explain the Distributist position as clearly and completely as possible.

So please, do not forget the comment section below the reports, and take some seconds to give your views.

Thank you all so much for your time and attention. May Our Risen Lord bless you and your families through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary and the prayers of St. Joseph the Worker.


Anonymous,  Sunday, April 3, 2005 at 6:04:00 AM CDT  

Thanks for the website. I just found it a few days ago. A much needed website. Distributism is the answer to many of the economic issues facing us. As the Popes (including JP II- may God be Merciful on his soul) have rightly condemed both total central economic control and the corrosive effects of Capitalsim, per se, the "third way" is the correct path. Kudos!

Anonymous,  Monday, April 4, 2005 at 9:39:00 AM CDT  


Isn't it a little late to pray, after his death, that Pope John Paul II may "escape damnation". Perhaps you meant - freed from Purgatory?

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