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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Are We Losing Our Kids to the Homosexual Zeitgeist?

There is no more poignant passage in the Gospels than the question Jesus asks in Luke 18:8, “When the Son of Man comes, will he find any faith on the earth?”

Sandwiched between two parables on prayer, the parable of the unjust judge accosted by the persistent widow and the parable of the self-righteous Pharisee and the penitent publican, Jesus emphasizes the necessity of humility and faithful perseverance in prayer. But his question also implies a negative answer. Difficulties, persecutions, the temptations of the world -- all make apostasy, even mass apostasy, a real possibility. How many will faithfully persist to the end? Will the Son of Man on his return find anybody awaiting him? Jesus asks a real question; the answer is uncertain.

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breathnach said...

Excellent article. Well done!

Anonymous said...

St John Crysostom commented on the passage in the Gospels wherein Jesus said in the End the world will be worse than Sodom and Gommorah.The great Doctor of the Church stated the Lord made this prediction because even those counted amongst HIS Ministers would be sodomites.

Anonymous said...

It's interesting. As you talk about mass apostasy, just today I find this on one of the blogs of the Archdiocese of NY.

Is this perhaps an example of the new apostasy of my Archdiocese?