Actual Catholic Saint Pictured With GUNS: José Sánchez del Río


José Sánchez del Río, a 14-year-old boy who was killed in 1928 in Mexico during the “Cristero” struggle which opposed the government's anti-Catholic and anticlerical policies. Under torture José refused to disown his faith; a handwritten note addressed to his mother and found on his dead body read: “I promise that in heaven I will prepare a place for all of you. Your José dies defending the Catholic faith for the love of Christ the King and Our Lady of Guadalupe”. Vatican Radio More>>>>>>>>

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  1. We didn't need a false pope to tell us he is a Saint. The saint and hero died a martyr for the faith. We knew for 70+ years we was already a saint. Major requisite for Sainthood: Odium fidei.
    Although a very good man (great anti-sionist and anti-masonic writings), Maximilian Kolbe lacked the requisite for being a saint under the martyr classification. No Odium fidei.

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