“I Am A Roman Catholic”

Teaching Delivered Through

Frances Marie Klug

May 4, 1979


“Do you know what this statement from you says to all who hear it? It not only defines a given Faith, but it stands up to be counted for a Particular Faith.

Roman Catholicism is distinct, one on its own. It has purpose, primacy, a particular strength behind it, in it, for it. It has a positive description of its foundation, its format, its reason, its credibility, its standards, its values, its purpose.

The solidarity of Roman Catholicism breaks into, forces entry, makes known, gives foundation to a truthful concept, a standard for Faith given through Perfect Example.

As we have The Holy Trinity, God gave us The Holy Family, handing down to us the value of hope, purity, and the Particular Purity in Divine Example. Everything we are, everything we have, everything we do should be in imitation of Divine Example.”