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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Will We See More of This - To Celebrate the" Gift" of Homosexuality?


How do you think Catholic parents feel about this Catholic chaplain? 


4 comments:

susan said...

I think most of the 'catholic' parents that send their children to that school entirely agree with it...in fact, I think that most of today's 'catholics' agree with it, and that this current scourge of a pope is feeding their erroneous thoughts and ill-formed consciences with more poison on a near daily basis.

That's what I think..

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

You're probably right. I think we are in the same situation as the faithful Catholics during the Arian heresy. Where, oh where are our great saints like Athanasius, Hillary, Basil, Anthony, etc.

Raise up saints for us, O Lord, to correct all the errors of our time.

susan said...

Some time ago I read a post about where the Mystical Body of Christ is right now in the time line of the Passion. This particular blogger thought it was a slam-dunk that we were at the point where Peter denies Christ. I think she was wrong; I think that happened a long time ago (perhaps when Peter kissed that hell-spawn scripture, the koran, and allowed a buddha to be placed on the Tabernacle). I think we are much further along...the words have been heavy upon my heart for some weeks now, intensifying with that abomination of a synod, and intensifying still further as I see Rome's political machinations and campaign tactics on getting 'gay marriage' recognized and blessed in the sanctuary (and don't for one minute think that's not this current lot's end game--the abomination of desolation). The words are these: "My God, My God, why have you abandoned me?"

That's where I think we are in the Passion, and I think a LOT other of the Faithful are feeling it too.

Don't get me wrong...I'm staying right next to His bloody and tortured Body, adoring, worshiping, watching and praying, but I don't think we've seen anything yet in terms of how ugly this is gonna get.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Great insight, Susan. Thank you.