Catholics know: God’s “New Order” will replace the old “New Orders”.

The Book of Revelation tells what is going to happen. Rev. 21: 4-5 is clear. “. . . and there shall be no more death or mourning, wailing or pain, for the old order has passed away.”

We see that God has proclaimed that “the old order has passed away”. Then, God makes this promise:

“Then: “The One who sat on the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new.'”

Catholics know: God’s “New Order” will replace the old “New Orders”.


God has promised that He will replace the old order with a “new world order”.

Politicians frequently talk about a “new world order”. Their “new world order” is under their control. Meaningful freedom will be extinguished.


The Catholic Church is familiar with “New Orders” established by successors to Babylon. People are subordinated to the state. Politicians rule.

Babylon began the fight against freedom. In its early New Order, Leaders enslaved people to build The Tower of Babylon. An Egyptian New Order forced a population into “pyramid slavery”. China’s “New Order” forced millions of people to waste centuries building thousands of miles of useless walls. Rome’s “New Order” mandated building and maintaining endless roads.


In Catholic nations, something different happened. Families were encouraged. Jobs were provided to those who provided goods and services that helped make their neighbors’ lives better. Catholic Kings taxed 10%, or less, of their citizens’ incomes.

In Catholic nations, thousands of Monasteries and Convents were filled with people praying their way closer to God. Classrooms were staffed by holy men and women who taught students to love God and their neighbors. Hospitals were run by people who understood that life must be protected. They provided medical treatment that was improved by prayer.

In Catholic nations, things were better.


Many find joy in forcing neighbors to obey “New Orders”. They hate everything about The Catholic Church.

They do not want God’s New Order.

They want their own.

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