On this day, November 11, we remember the brave men and women that have served our country and who have given us the freedoms we love so much. Let us pray with fervor that these freedoms will continue in our country for generations to come. We have enemies within that are trying every day to destroy our freedoms and lay waste to the American Experiment.
Personally, I want to thank all of our veterans for what you have done for this country. I know so many in my family and many of my friends appreciate you and your service. For the last nine years or so, I thank every veteran I meet on the street. I also thank our current men and women serving. It is important to tell our vets “Thank You” for your service. Many of them, especially our Vietnam Vets, don’t hear it much anymore. I challenge you today to start thanking veterans when you see them on the street or in an airport, supermarket, wherever.
Below are links to assist you in supporting our veterans through companies and organizations – Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
Knights of Columbus Veterans pages – Serving Those Who Served, Military Knights, Serving Veterans, and History of Serving those who Served. Check out the Lt. Dan Band and Gary Sinise’s Foundation that helps Wounded Warriors.
I would also encourage you to check the following companies, many of them founded and managed by veterans – Black Rifle Coffee Company, Grunt Style, Nine Line Apparel, USCCA, Front Sight Military Outreach, and Tactical Baby Gear,
This is just a sampling of the ones that I follow. There are many more.
Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint George, and Saint Joan of Arc…Pray for our veterans, all military personnel, and for us.