June is being called “Gay Pride Month”, and it just also happens to be on today, June 3rd, that the Catholic Church celebrates the feast day of St. Charles Lwanga and his companions. The Ugandan saint and his companions were arrested by the king, who was a sodomite, pedophile, and hated Christians. The King demanded that the young men renounce God and engage in the abominable practices of Sodom. They all refused, and so he had some burned alive and other dismembered:
St. Charles and many other martyrs for the faith died between November 15, 1885 – January 27, 1887 in Namugongo, Uganda. St. Charles and his companions were beatified in 1920 and canonized by Pope Paul VI in 1964.
In 1879 Catholicism began spreading in Uganda when the White Fathers, a congregation of priests founded by Cardinal Lavigerie were peacefully received by King Mutesa of Uganda.
The priests soon began preparing catechumens for baptism and before long a number of the young pages in the king’s court had become Catholics.
However, on the death of Mutesa, his son Mwanga, a corrupt man who ritually engaged in pedophilic practices with the younger pages, took the throne.
When King Mwanga had a visiting Anglican Bishop murdered, his chief page, Joseph Mukasa, a Catholic who went to great length to protect the younger boys from the king’s lust, denounced the king’s actions and was beheaded on November 15, 1885.
The 25 year old Charles Lwanga, a man wholly dedicated to the Christian instruction of the younger boys, became the chief page, and just as forcibly protected them from the kings advances.
On the night of the martyrdom of Joseph Mukasa, realizing that their own lives were in danger, Lwanga and some of the other pages went to the White Fathers to receive baptism. Another 100 catechumens were baptized in the week following Joseph Mukasa’s death.
The following May, King Mwanga learned that one of the boys was learning catechism. He was furious and ordered all the pages to be questioned to separate the Christians from the others. The Christians, 15 in all, between the ages of 13 and 25, stepped forward. The King asked them if they were willing to keep their faith. They answered in unison, “Until death!”
They were bound together and taken on a two day walk to Namugongo where they were to be burned at the stake. On the way, Matthias Kalemba, one of the eldest boys, exclaimed, “God will rescue me. But you will not see how he does it, because he will take my soul and leave you only my body.” They executioners cut him to pieces and left him to die alone on the road.
When they reached the site where they were to be burned, they were kept tied together for seven days while the executioners prepared the wood for the fire.
On June 3, 1886, the Feast of the Ascension, Charles Lwanga was separated from the others and burned at the stake. The executioners slowly burnt his feet until only the charred remained. Still alive, they promised him that they would let him go if he renounced his faith. He refused saying, “You are burning me, but it is as if you are pouring water over my body.” He then continued to pray silently as they set him on fire. Just before the flames reached his heart, he looked up and said in a loud voice, “Katonda! – My God!,” and died.
His companions were all burned together the same day all the while praying and singing hymns until they died.
There were 22 protomartyrs in all. The last of the protomartyrs, a young man named John Mary, was beheaded by King Mwanga on January 27, 1887.
The persecutions spread during the reign of Mwanga, with 100 Christians, both Catholics and Protestants, being tortured and killed.
As the story notes, after those twenty-two were murdered, at least 100 Christians- Catholic and Protestant alike -were slaughtered by this sodomite king and his supporters.
Shoebat.com has been very consistent about the evils of Sodom and the consequences. It is one of the four sins that “cry out to Heaven for vengeance,” the city of Sodom was destroyed as a sign for all time as to the evil of this sin, and many Catholic saints have spoken of the sin of Sodom as being one of the worst and if not, the worst sin that a man can commit while he is alive. There is not enough that can be said or repeated about Sodom because of the heinous thing that it is and the consequences it leads so, and for the sake of mercy it must be preached lest justice or the opportunity for justice to be served is lost.
Many people attack and criticize the Church over the LGBT issue, and she certainly is worthy of criticism, but the fact is that the Church has always been against Sodom and there have been many great saints who have fought her. The corruption of the Church hierarchy today speaks to the dual infiltration of the intelligence agencies in the East and West who are attempting to use her for their geopolitical projects, as sodomites are frequently used in high-level military projects and operations because they have no morals and will do anything at all, and second because of the massive wrath of God against humanity, for as many a saint has noted, the surest sign of God’s anger is when he sends terrible priests, as they reflect the state of the congregation at large.
What does it say when the Church around the world is struggling badly with an infestation by sodomites, and many good people are being persecuted and suppressed, and then the world’s governments are supporting sodom?
This is not the time to attack, but rather to think and regroup. Put simply, if all of the above is true- the evils of sodom, the meaning of the proliferation of sodom in the Church, and the fact that truth does not change – then it means that the world is standing on the edge of an abyss deeper and darker than ever before in human history, with graver consequences and more intense than perhaps anybody can imagine.
It is the time for all men- great and small -with eyes to see and ears to hear to read the signs of the times and to run away from the abyss, returning to the Faith and abandoning all ways of Sodom, for God does not change with the cultural or social tides, and to realize that, at the absolute very least, a great chastisement at the very minimum- even worse than the Deluge -is upon the cusp of humanity. But whereas the Deluge was by water, and God said that He would never again send a flood, one can only look to the words of the Fatima prophecy as narrated through the lens of Akita, which notes that:
“As I told you, if men do not repent and better themselves, the Father will inflict a terrible punishment on all humanity. It will be a punishment greater than the deluge, such as one will never seen before. Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, the good as well as the bad, sparing neither priests nor faithful. The survivors will find themselves so desolate that they will envy the dead. The only arms which will remain for you will be the Rosary and the Sign left by My Son. Each day recite the prayers of the Rosary. With the Rosary, pray for the Pope, the bishops and priests.”
“The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against bishops. The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres…churches and altars sacked; the Church will be full of those who accept compromises and the demon will press many priests and consecrated souls to leave the service of the Lord.
“The demon will be especially implacable against souls consecrated to God. The thought of the loss of so many souls is the cause of my sadness. If sins increase in number and gravity, there will be no longer pardon for them.” (source)
What happened with St. Charles Lwanga and his companions is what the Sodomites around the world are planning to do to Christians, and likewise, the rising power of Sodom is a reflection of the state of the sinful nature of man and the world, penetrating into the Church. Yet ultimately, it does not matter what they do, for even if they bring death, truth does not change, the wages of sin still is death, and those who persevere through what will come will receive their reward from God. It is a great concern for many, and also a great consolation.
St. Charles Lwanga, pray for us.