Mayor of Grants, NM, to Consecrate City to Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Mayor of Grants, NM, to Consecrate City to Jesus, Mary and Joseph

The Remnant Newspaper | October 16, 2021

(near Grants City Hall, 600 W. Santa Fe, Grants, NM)

The Gabriel Garcia Moreno Association is honored and happy to announce that the honorable Mayor Martin Hicks, Mayor of Grants, New Mexico, will renew the Consecration of his city to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and Saint Joseph on October 28, 2021.

One year ago, on October 28, Mayor Hicks consecrated himself, the City of Grants, and all its citizens to Jesus, Mary, and Saint Joseph, amidst the chaos of the Covid-19 restrictions and lockdown. This act – truly heroic under these circumstances – brought the honorable Mayor many trials and persecution for believing in and acting according to Catholic principles and sound conservative political convictions. 

Nonetheless, despite these trials – even numerous death threats for his integrity in belief and action – Mayor Hicks insists his city belongs to Jesus, Mary, and Saint Joseph and is readily resigned to Providence.  He is not afraid to speak out in favor of Jesus Christ the King. He is a man who wishes to properly use his authority and lead his citizens by example to an eternal reward.

Mayor Hicks desires to renew the Consecration of Grants this Fall, on October 28, 2021. While civil leaders cower before unlawful and unreasonable restrictions, the time is opportune to rally behind this courageous civil leader to support and encourage his resistance to the trend of secularism and indifferentism while affirming the Divine right of Jesus Christ the King!

Last year nearly 100 faithful Catholics came from several States to join Mayor Hicks and citizens from Grants as he proclaimed of the Rights of God, entrusting the City of Grants to Divine Providence. Following the Mass in honor of Christ the King, offered by Fr. Trevor Burfitt of the Society of Saint Pius X at the City Park, Mayor Hicks consecrated the City of Grants to our Lord Jesus Christ, the Blessed Virgin, and Saint Joseph. This October 28th, on this first-year anniversary of the Consecration of Grants, it is hoped that many more people will support this courageous and devout Mayor who desires to renew this act of homage to God that Christ may reign over the City of Grants. ...

¡Viva Cristo Rey! ¡Dios no muere! (Long Live Christ the King! God does not die!)
"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre

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