The United States Congress is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Each of these branches appoints their respective chaplain who is expected to carry out various pastoral duties and provide services for the congressmen and women they serve. Some individuals may be unaware of who congresses chaplains are, while others may only know one of them, that being the chaplain of the Senate, Barry Black. For those who were not heretofore familiar with Barry Black, they were introduced to him at the 65th National Prayer breakfast held February 2, 2017, in which he was the keynote speaker, addressing the newly-elected U.S. President, Donald Trump, other political and civic figures as well as international leaders. Though he is in his 14th year as the Senate’s chaplain, his 2017 address garnered much attention and solicited high acclamations from Mr. Trump who stated: “‘I don't know if you're a Democrat or a Republican, but you're appointed for another year.’ Then realizing Chaplain was Senate's appointment, amidst obvious bi-partisan approval he noted that Chaplain Black had job security either way.” Unbeknownst to some, Barry Black also happens to be a Seventh-day Adventist.
Not nearly as well-known as the Senate chaplain, is the chaplain of the House of Representatives, perhaps much to his delight to better serve his purposes. The House’s chaplain is Patrick J. Conroy, a Jesuit. Since the election of a Jesuit Pope, Jesuitism is making its way to the mainstream contrary to their covert, stealthy and almost imperceptible ways of working in the past. They probably realize that they are no longer viewed as a threat and can come out in the open with their insidious agenda without any protest, (notwithstanding there are still Jesuits working undercover). The NewsWeek headline sums it up quite well, “With their first Pope, Jesuits are making a comeback. Furthermore, as of 2017, it has been noted that Roman Catholics occupy a high percentage of congress, with 1/3 of the House and ¼ of the Senate identifying as Roman Catholic. Although most have either forgotten or are unaware of the Jesuit’s purposes and objectives, it would be well for all to understand that their objective is to reestablish papal supremacy wherever they go and to utterly extirpate Protestantism and destroy any and all who would stand in their way of obtaining their ends, using whatever means it takes. To see their objectives through, they are bound under extreme oaths and are appointed to carry out covert operations via infiltration of governments, churches schools and businesses; these vows take precedence over any other vow or loyalty.
With this in mind, quite eye-opening are the words of Chaplain Conroy, “‘Jesuit Father Patrick J. Conroy says, ‘The Jesuits didn't come looking for this job, for this position, but it was a natural. It's in our DNA, and sure, if having a Jesuit would be of assistance to the men and women of Congress and the work that they're doing, by all means…’ Jesuits, he explained, were once spiritual directors and sometimes advisers to princes and kings in Europe, so it’s not an unusual role. ‘Our modus operandi is to want to be engaged in the world and engaged in a way that we can influence the most good for the most people,’ he said. The other, and more simple, explanation is that the House speaker at that time, John Boehner, was looking for a chaplain and wanted a Jesuit for the spot…Boehner had been in talks with Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a fellow Catholic, about finding a Jesuit they could both support.”
Mr. Conroy’s words confirm what was stated of the Jesuits and their modus operandi over a century ago by Ellen White. “Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of state, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations. They became servants to act as spies upon their masters. They established colleges for the sons of princes and nobles, and schools for the common people; and the children of Protestant parents were drawn into an observance of popish rites. All the outward pomp and display of the Romish worship was brought to bear to confuse the mind and dazzle and captivate the imagination, and thus the liberty for which the fathers had toiled and bled was betrayed by the sons. The Jesuits rapidly spread themselves over Europe, and wherever they went, there followed a revival of popery.”
Chaplain Conroy said something that should not be overlooked; he stated that it was former Speaker of the House, John Boehner, that wanted a Jesuit to fill the position of House chaplain and that Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi agreed, and so it came to pass. These very individuals, Boehner and Pelosi, Roman Catholics, were responsible for bringing Jesuit Pope Francis to the United States to address a joint session of congress; coincidental? Not hardly. Headlines from Brietbart News and Time Magazine confirm: “Nancy Pelosi, John Boehner invite Pope Francis to address congress.” “Boehner and Pelosi invite Pope Francis to congress.” After two major accomplishments from John Boehner—bringing Pope Francis to address a joint session of congress and bringing in a Jesuit to serve as chaplain of the House of Representatives—his work was complete, resigned only a day after Pope Francis’ visit. Chaplain Conroy is in congress to continue and implement the work and policies that Pope Francis laid out in front of the American people; and of course Nancy Pelosi still remains to do the same.
Regarding Pope Francis’ visit to congress, this is what Ms. Pelosi had to say, “‘We are eager to welcome His Holiness to the U.S. Capitol and we look forward to hearing his call to live our values, to protect the poor and the needy, and to promote peace.’” Pope Francis leaves no ambiguity as to what he hails as the primary solution to caring for the poor, nations enforcing Sunday worship. Just recently she made the following remarks in regard to Pope Francis, Donald Trump, climate change and the Paris agreement, which points to the very solution for combating climate change:
“‘Faith leaders, starting with the Holiness Pope Francis, to the evangelical community, have urged us to be responsible stewards of the beauty of God’s creation. They believe as you live that this planet is God’s creation and we have a moral responsibility to be good stewards of it…When the pope went to the White House, he talked about the dangers of air pollution when he was here. Just last week, the pope met with President Trump and gave him a copy of his encyclical, which made the strong case to halt the climate crisis. The pope wrote the climate is a common good belonging to all and meant for all. The Bible tells us to minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us and that is what we are doing by walking away from this accord.’”
It is abundantly clear that Jesuits and Roman Catholics are occupying key positions in United States politics which translates into Jesuit/Roman Catholic principles and policies being further entwined in the fabric of American legislation and society. Thus the words are true, “Roman Catholic principles will be taken under the care and protection of the state.” This simply means that a National Sunday Law is imminent. The people of God are not to wait until the fulfillment of the National Sunday Law before they say anything concerning it; they are to sound the alarm and fearlessly go forward proclaiming the message of the Third Angel of Revelation 14:9-12.
“God's word has given warning of the impending danger; let this be unheeded, and the Protestant world will learn what the purposes of Rome really are, only when it is too late to escape the snare. She is silently growing into power. Her doctrines are exerting their influence in legislative halls, in the churches, and in the hearts of men. She is piling up her lofty and massive structures in the secret recesses of which her former persecutions will be repeated. Stealthily and unsuspectedly she is strengthening her forces to further her own ends when the time shall come for her to strike. All that she desires is vantage ground, and this is already being given her. We shall soon see and shall feel what the purpose of the Roman element is. Whoever shall believe and obey the word of God will thereby incur reproach and persecution.”
 White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), page 235
 White, Ellen. Review and Herald, June 15, 1897
 White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), page 581