Separation of Christian Powers vs. Separation of Church and State

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There is a world of difference (as in the difference between Heaven and Hell) between Separation of Powers in a Christian state and “Separation of Church and State” in a secular Republic.

Separation of Powers in a Christian confessional state is great blessing to the people. Conversely, Separation of Church and State in a Republic is a ridiculous folly.

Read: Intervention against a disastrous Pope: When Emperor Otto the Great saved the Church

Separation of Powers in the Christian state is the Kingdom of God on earth as it is in Heaven (what we are instructed to pray for). Separation of Church and State in the Republic is the kingdom of Satan on earth as it is in Hell.

Without the Monarch and with timid, worldy-minded shepherds in the Church, we are truly scattered sheep, vulnerable to the whims of secular atheists and their control of the “republican” state.

St. Joan, bring us a Christian King.

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Author: Walter Adams

I am a missionary for a Kingdom many thought to be lost, commissioned by a Queen many never knew existed. My commission is to seek the spiritual diaspora of Catholic and Royal France and to restore the influence of Catholic and Royal France in America. I hold an undergraduate degree in Economics from Princeton University and a Master’s Degree in Public and Private Management from Yale University.

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