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Monday, January 9, 2017

Random Thoughts for Monday

Strange isn't it? The Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity says that, “Catholics are now able to hear Luther’s challenge for the Church of today, recognizing him as a ‘witness to the gospel.’” (source) But the cardinals who wrote the dubia are in hot water for daring to challenge the conclusions of Pope Francis' confusing and ambiguous exhortation, Amoris Leatitia. Soooo....the heretic takes his place of honor at the Vatican, while the orthodox get the hobnailed boot. We are truly seeing the days predicted by Christ when evil is called good and good is called evil. Pray and keep the faith.

The celebration of the vile Martin Luther makes me think of the recent celebration of the vicious tyrant Fidel Castro by so many "progressives" on the left. Fidel was so wonderful in what he did for Cuba - murdering his own people, summarily executing his enemies, impoverishing the nation, etc. Talk about rewriting history and dumping the unpleasant truth about the man down the memory hole.

The new face of Maybelline is a man. Since Maybelline can't tell the difference between men and women, I'm buying my makeup products elsewhere. 

Curious about the 2016 statistics for the religion of peace? There were nearly 2500 attacks and over 21,000 murdered. Will the useful idiots promoting Islam's goal of a universal caliphate wake up? Not likely.

Despite bad news each of us can create in our home an oasis of peace where the messages of Fatima are lived and Christ is king. If you haven't enthroned the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary in your home, do it this year. When you honor Christ and His Mother, you can be sure He will bless you and yours as special friends. 

Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.



3 comments:

Steve Dalton said...

As a former Lutheran, I find the adoration of this mentally ill drunk an absolute outrage. There's enough published information about the real Luther to knock the undeserved halo off off his head many times over. This praise of this vile arch-heretic is strictly politics to advance a leftist ecumenical agenda. Pray that we get a Pope with respect for orthodoxy before anymore damage is done!

roseofsharon said...

Amen.

elpine flower said...

The Council of Trent declared Protestantism a "Heresy"
Vatican Two turned it around to be Our "Separated Brethren"
Luther won converts who agreed with his stand on the selling of Indulgences.
Personally I consider the same reprehensible, but to throw all of Catholicism out the window to embrace the rest of Luther's opinions is and was just ignorant.
The People of God are in dire need of an honest study of the History of the church, especially through the First Millenia before they can fully understand the Second and the fractures that occurred therein.
As politics wealth and power crept into Christian leadership, the evils of disunity found it's footholds.
Today there is nothing new under the sum, but we are seeing what I was taught back in the fifties and sixties by the good nuns as being part of the Secret of Fatima,
and was revealed in the approved apparition in Akita. That is, Bishop against Bishop and Cardinal against Cardinal. So indeed all the rifts and fractures that the Church Our Savior established here on earth appears to be reaching a critical boiling point all the while the Hierarchy itself has been calling for Unity since before Vatican Two.
Our beloved Jesus Himself often likened the Church to a marriage. No marriage can stand the test of time when there is Disunity between the spouse and His bride.