Politics and Our Church



Caritas in Veritate issued by Pope Benedict XVI
“It is the more vulnerable sectors of the population, who should be protected from the risk of usury and from despair. The weakest members of society should be helped to defend themselves against usury…”


“Money Manipulation & Social Order” by Rev. Denis Fahey
“Money is meant to facilitate families in procuring by exchange the sufficiency of material goods required for the virtuous life of the human personalities composing them.” (See video)


St. Thomas Aquanis
“As a measure used for estimating the value of things, money must keep the same value, since the value of all things must be expressed in terms of money.”


Why does the church need the Dominic Medals Exchange?


Pope Leo the XIII’s vision: Three years after his epic vision he starts the Vatican bank (1887) to protect the Holy Sees assets from Communist manipulations.


January 1, the Vatican cut-off from international financial credit markets (See video)

February 11, Pope Benedict XVI resigns

February 12, Vatican Bank access to international credit market is restored.


Bishop Holley of Memphis, was removed without formal charges or a legal hearing. (See video)


Vatican financial corruption exposed and now clearly controlled by what Pope Benedict called the “New Context of International Finance.”

The Dominic Medals Exchange is our solution to assist the Church Ordinary.


Unconstitutional laws prohibit our state from investing in precious metals (silver or gold). We are providing a legal means for our great state to store surplus wealth in honest money and safeguard the treasury of Indiana.

United States Constitution
Article I, Section 10

No state…shall make any thing but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts.

Indiana Constitution
Article 11, Section 7

All bills or notes issued as money shall be, at all times, redeemable in gold or silver; and no law shall be passed, sanctioning directly or indirectly, the suspension, by any bank or banking company, of specie payments.

The original lawful right of Indiana to invest its surplus in honest money has been made illegal by deceitful men. Our goal is to lobby the state and educate politicians of the need for the Dominic Medals Exchange.