I received this very interesting email (see below) from a member of America Needs Fatima who works in a hospital.
It proves how important it is to stand up for what is right, and NOT to listen to the devil when he whispers things in your ear like, "there's nothing you can do."
Or, "you're only one person." Or, "if you say anything, people will think you're weird."
This is the email:
"On a personal note: The hospital where I work had a TV set in the cafeteria. During dinner hour the Jerry Springer Show, "Who's the Daddy" was always playing.
"The cafeteria workers were constantly watching and cheering the show on. I could see the families of patients trying to have a peaceful meal while all this commotion was going on.
"I sent a note to the cafeteria manager asking if the channel could be changed to something else instead because it was offensive to the families (as well as myself and coworkers).
"The message was sent to the president of the hospital, who had the TV permanently removed from the cafeteria. Needless to say, I don't eat there anymore due to the anger of the employees who watched. All I'm saying is that people need to be motivated in their own personal world before change can happen and I'm afraid that just sending a group e-mail to Arnold might not be as effective as a more personal approach.
"Thanks for your efforts!"
In a follow up email, this good lady writes:
"I am always in a lot of trouble at work for speaking out about things, and am constantly berated for being Catholic. It's hard to be on the front line - spiritual warfare is not fun! Best of wishes and may the peace of Christ protect you from all harm."