By David Martin
there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel with the
coronavirus crisis, we shouldn't let down our guard too quickly.
In December, it was reported that Bill Gates in league with other
globalists had put $4 billion into launching a "pandemic experiment"
using COVID-19. Given the internationalist hatred against President Trump, we shouldn't rule out that the objective of this
experiment was to first see how society would respond to government orders to
shut down businesses and churches before moving on to the crux of their
plan—an attempted presidential assassination—since foreknowledge of the public's response would be essential in enabling them to
successfully carry out such a plan. Based on our response, the globalists now know that America would all
too easily buckle under government pressure to close down shop in such a crisis.
We should note that it is
deep-state radicals like Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama and Andy
Cuomo who are adamantly pushing the national lockdown over coronavirus and who are viciously attacking Trump over his attempts to reopen America. This in itself is a dead give-away as to the diabolical nature of the lockdown.
Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has even said he will pay people to report on businesses that violate the Safer at Home order.
This is reminiscent of how people in Hitler's time were paid to report
friends and neighbors who went against the Nazi regime.
Public Reparation and Prayer Needed
With socialist tyranny fast encroaching upon our nation, we should console ourselves in knowing that a united crusade of public prayer will foil this plan to take our country from us. If there was ever a time to set into motion
a national crusade of prayer for our country and the president, it is
Already, there is legal motion underway to try to get the churches opened
again, so now is the time to fan the fire and open those churches so that Masses can be said
everywhere. It is high time that priests and laity stop worrying about what bishops and governors will think. "Face fear and it will disappear." Note
that it was the interruption of Masses that strengthened this globalist
plan to close down our country, so the opposite would contribute mightily to opening
things back up for us.
the meantime, Catholics everywhere should say the Rosary daily for the
protection of President Trump because the danger to our country has not
abated. Prayer is powerful against Satan and with Satan having generated
this plan to bring down America we should take confidence in
knowing that united prayer will bring the Blessed Virgin's heel upon the head of
the global serpent.
A Chastisement from God
we know that this year's Lenten crisis was permitted as a chastisement
from God, let this chastisement bear fruit by our resolving never
to take the Church for granted but by increasing our fever in the practice
of our Catholic Faith. What the Lord expects is that we go upon our knees and make public reparation in the churches for the many crimes against Faith, e.g.
Communion in the hand, ecumenism, socializing in Church, allowing women
on the altar, the promotion of humanism and modernism through which the Church in our time has been profaned. If such reparation is made, there is no question that victory will be ours.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Monday, October 28, 2019
Edit: how dare this priest politicizes the Eucharistic Meal! Obviously, we need a conservative canon lawyer to explain why this priest is out of line.
Washington D.C., Oct 28, 2019 / 06:00 pm (CNA).- A South Carolina Catholic priest denied Holy Communion to presidential candidate Joe Biden on Sunday, because of the candidate’s support for legal abortion.
Fr. Robert Morey, pastor of St. Anthony Catholic Church in the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina, denied Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden Holy Communion at Sunday Mass for his support of legal abortion, the Florence Morning News reported Monday.
"Sadly, this past Sunday, I had to refuse Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden,” Morey said in a statement he sent CNA Oct 28.
Monday, April 18, 2016
Pope says "Yes and Period" and appears annoyed by journalists
"Proud they've been doing it for 40 years"
How certain clergy deal with the Sacraments
Downside of outings : Hunt for faithful priests
And the next target is the priest celibacy?
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Cardinal Müller: "Remarried Divorced? The Teaching of the Church is Clear -- There Will be no Division Among the Cardinals"
(Rome) The Church proclaims what has been entrusted to her by Christ, the indissolubility of marriage. New Ways? But it is not against the word of Jesus Christ. The problem is not the issue of remarried divorcees, the problem is the divorce. Many Catholics do not adhere to the Magisterium? That is reprehensible. Briefly summarized here are the statements of Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, as he made them in his recent interview, a few days after the speech by Cardinal Walter Kasper on "new ways" for remarried divorcees before the College of Cardinals. Here is the full interview of the Prefect of the CDF.
Last Saturday Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller of the CDF, raised by Pope Francis to the cardinalate, presented in Rome his most recent book "Poor for the Poor. The Mission of the Church " (original title Povera per i poveri ). Published in the Vatican publishing house it was addressed by Pope Francis in the foreword. The volume contained several articles of the German Cardinal, and not least by the "father" of liberation theology, Gustavo Gutierrez, a personal friend of the Prefect of the Faith.
The book was presented by Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga and Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi.The Archbishop of Tegucigalpa and coordinator of the C8-Cardinal Council recommended recently Müller via the German media to be "flexible" in terms of the sacrament of marriage. Therefore, the book launch presented an interesting combination.
In the context of the book presentation Cardinal Müller answered some questions for Vatican Insider about the current discussion on the family and the sacrament of marriage. These issues will be the focus of the upcoming Synod of Bishops in October and were the focus of the ordinary cardinal consistory on Thursday and Friday last week. There, another German Cardinal Walter Kasper held the only lecture on the discussion and formulated a yes to Catholic teaching on marriage, but. The doctrine entrusted by Christ would not change in the Church and the Church could not change, but ... And this "but" that had previously inspired and demanded by German bishops, now the whole discussion revolves around this. Can there ever be a "but", there should be such, if so, what content should this "but" have. Cardinal Kasper spoke of a second marriage being impossible in the Church, because the indissolubility of marriage according to Jesus, is considered. But he could but imagine the re-admission to Communion for the divorced and civilly remarried after a season of penance. In contrast, this already excited pages of other strong objections at the Consistory of Cardinals, starting with the observation that for the Church "remarried divorcees" do not exist. The criticism prompted Pope Francis on the morning of the second day Consistory to pronounce unusual praise for Cardinal Kasper. The head of the Church was not bending to Kasper's points, but described it as fundamentally a "theology on its knees" and thus signaled special benevolence.
Can this happen to grant remarried divorcees Communion?
The divorce is not a way for the Church. The Church is for the indissolubility of marriage. I have written a lot, and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has written many documents, the Second Vatican Council has said a lot about marriage and the teaching of the Church is very clear.
So you conclude from that that remarried divorcees can be readmitted to Communion?
It's not about my opinion. We have the teaching of the Church, which is also expressed in the Catechism, in the Council of Trent, in the Vatican Council, in other explanations of our Congregation. Pastoral care can not have a different orientation than doctrine. Doctrine and pastoral are one and the same. Jesus Christ as Shepherd and Jesus Christ as Master with His Word are not different people.
The Pope spoke of an intelligent, creative family ministry full of love: Can there be new ways?
New ways yes, but not against the will of Jesus. The mercy of God is in no way contrary to the righteousness of God. Marriage is a sacrament that creates an indissoluble bond between the two spouses. New ways need to deepen the knowledge of doctrine. Many do not know this and think that marriage is a festival only celebrated in the Church. However, the spouses give their word, to live completely together, in body, sexuality, in spirit, in Faith and God's Grace. We need to help those people who are in a very difficult situation, but if the marriage is indissoluble, we can not dissolve the marriage. Divorce is not a solution, because the dogma of the Church is not any theory of some theologian, but the teaching of the Church is nothing other than the word of Jesus Christ, which is very clear. I can not change the Church's teaching.
The questionnaire prepared by the Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops has been sent to all dioceses of the world, which brought to light that many Catholics in various countries, do not follow the Magisterium of the Church in many things: birth control, marriage ...
It is reprehensible that they do not know the teachings of the Church. We can not reduce the revelation and words of Jesus Christ not because Catholics, and were there many, who do not know the reality. There are many who do not participate in Sunday Mass because they do not know what value it has for their lives and often do not know that there is even a duty. But we can not say that for that reason the Mass is less important! It would be paradoxical if the Church would say, because many do not know the truth, that in the future, the truth is no longer binding.
Can it come to a split among the cardinals on these themes?
No, the Church's teaching is clear. We must strive to provide pastoral care for marriage, but not just for the divorced and remarried, but for those who live in matrimony. We can not always focus on this single question ourselves whether they are allowed to receive communion or not. The problems and the wounds are the divorce, the children who no longer have their parents but have to live with other than their biological parents: these are the problems.
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011
|Dressed for Disobedience|
Edit: Archbishop Zollitsch has already been challenged by the Papal Nuncio, but he's angling in the German anti-Catholic media for an agenda not unlike the one at work in Austria. His latest howler would confuse the utterly decadent and dying Protestant Communion in Germany, with the Catholic one, only because they think they're "Church".
The President of the German Bishops' Conference has vomited yet another of his sacrilegious theses regarding the reception of Communion for divorced. He denies that there is a divide in German Catholicism.
(kreuz.net, Freiburg) "Benedict XVI is not the hardliner he is often presented as being" [Ain't that the truth.]
Archbishop Robert Zollitsch said this in Freiburg for an interview with the German newspaper 'Die Welt'.
Understanding for the Satanic Sleaze
Those who are against the Papal visit, the narcissistic human dreck of the Godless and the Gommorrhists have a "right to demonstrate" according to the Archbishop. He even hopes that the Satanic sleaze will respect "the person of the Pope". Among the personages will be found, for example, the fallen Catholic and homosexually disturbed David Berger, who denounced Benedict XVI in the past with his wild tirades.
Apostates Generally Deny the Division
The schismatic Archbishop denied any "evidence" for a schism in Germany.
There is "a Catholic bandwidth on many questions in positions that are at odds."
Yes, but that's apparently not a question of schism. The Archbishop only sees "various perspectives, and that's justifiable, and also self-evident".
Dogmatic Smoke Grenade
When Benedict XVI visits the Augustinian Cloister in Erfurt, where the Apostate Martin Luther lived, Msgr Zollitsch hopes for a a mandate with the Protestants, "to work out some of the things which still divide us".
As he has recalled already in the 'Augsburger Allgemeine" news, Pope John Paul II. encouraged Germany, regarding the reconsideration of alleged commonalities on the doctrine of Justification in 1980.
What is Church?
The Archbishop is acknowledging protestants, in contradiction to the clarification of the CDF 'Dominus Jesus' of August 2000, as "Church".
The Evangelical Church understands itself as Church -- so says Msgr Zollitsch. He respects that and doesn't want to fight about concepts.
At the same time the question wasn't spared, "who is it that belongs to this 'Church' that understands themselves in this way".
The Catholic Creed explains the belief that there is only one Church.
The Serious Solution is Turning Away from Divorce
The giving of Communion to the divorced is a "pastoral" consideration for the Archbishop.
He draws from that that there will be no concrete explanation from the Papal Visit. There is still "some analysis which has to take place. We are working on it."
Msgr Zollitsch wants to clarify the question "not shoving it to Saint-Nevers-Day, but we need the right amount of time, in order to seriously consider it."