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Hence he must pray often, at the very least an hour a day, and offer all of the suffering in his life to God so that He can use it to save people from this ghastly fate. Through a favorite uncle, the boy is introduced to Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, and the world of politics is lain out before him. This too he finds fascinating, a parallel battlefield for souls where the primary evil to be fought is the mass murder of babies, abortion, and the deluded liberals who cruelly support it. Between conservative Catholic publications like The Wanderer and First Things, plus National Review and Rush Limbaugh’s radio and TV shows, the boy develops a satisfying understanding of the world, and forms a clear picture of it in his head.
His parents are Catholic, and they are raising him in their faith. He goes to a Catholic elementary school, where he attends a religion class a couple of times every week. He believes in one God containing three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Although he probably only knows a few dozen by name, he believes in hundreds of saints, people who lived holy lives and then went to paradise to live forever as disembodied spirits. He prays to these saints, hoping that they can help him with various aspects of life: Saint Anthony whenever he has lost something, or Mary “Queen of the Highways” when he is riding in a car and wants to avoid accidents.
This is a fate so terrible, that the boy realizes he should do everything in his power to save people from it. Besides what is in the Bible, the boy discovers that many saints have seen visions from God that describe other fantastical events. There is the Three Days of Darkness: before the Apocalypse, the whole earth will be plunged into darkness, and demons will run free across the planet. These demons will initiate a last-ditch effort to bring as many people into Hell with them as possible, to share in the demons’ eternal suffering.