This is the week we remember, in our foolish way, the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ. But I ask you really what should we remember and of what should we be frightened? I remind you this is the memorial week of the time when mankind judged their Creator. That is so and, all the shrill accusatory screams of heresy, will not silence the fact that you and I are part of His creation that condemned Him by our sins to suffer. Or did we? That is the question. Paul says somewhere in Hebrews or Romans He suffered for sin to that time and you will only find this I believe in the early editions of the Sacred Scriptures before they were gerrymandered by spin doctors of some false religion to suit the beliefs of their sensual wills. I mean the part of our will that justifies our life, pride and beliefs. Christ in reality suffers no more. He is already glorified. What then suffers in His place and Her and her members will be judged accordingly. It can only be the Mystical Body of Christ. Those outside Her will be judged at the first judgment by their actions as dictated by the natural Law and its effects on their conscience and by our hereditary sin received from our from our natural forefather, Adam. The time we must fear is the Final or Particular Judgment for those who are not already in Heaven. When the world is ended there will be no one left to pray. Those who live in this world, while it exists, can save so many souls if they pray sincerely from the center of their hearts, taking us by loving others as He loved us out of wherever we are.. I mean the desire Christ had to save us from sin. Of course you will all ask what about those in hell. I refuse to believe that there are many in Hell. We all know that there are some, that is a truth, but Christ’s predilection is Mercy and though this is true enough we must admit above Him is God who is and demands justice.
Meanwhile I will pray for all those I know, knew, met and those who are forgotten that through each drop of Precious Blood, Jesus shed from the Garden to the Grave a soul will be redeemed, saved and enter into and share the Magnificent Vision wherein God contemplates Himself.
How will that final judgment evolve? It will start with those who are the youngest and those responsible for her will be the witnesses of the state in which she, the soul, left this world and the reason why. The question we will all be faced with is, "Were we charitable or were we scandalous?" Dreadful news for parents is it not? Dreadful news to those, who denied, through their meager minds, the promise of God’s salvation to any child of God by removing them from this world, before they were able to use their free will. Then we will follow in levels of adulthood until we come to the elders of our faiths. We shall surely see and it will surprise us, who were the ravening wolves of scriptural infamy. Then the Horror of Horror will develop before our eyes as the dreadful Wrath of God will examine the Son’s priesthood, those men who picked for Christ will be asked how they spent the talents in their care, woe! O triple woe! Will be the fate of those who cannot account wisely. Surrounded by the witnesses they touched, through actual or inadvertent works, just what will, what can they the Priests say in mitigation, in defense of their life as Christ in this world? Some will be glorious, others I pity them and ask at this time, my time on earth for mercy upon them.
I pray as Christ is judged this week, may all of us judge ourselves. Let us all ask our hearts, and the Holy Spirit that surrounds us, to know what we are to Him. Make a promise in the Confessional before a priest, the witness and persona of Christ at the ritual of the Sacrament, to help us to make, to live and fulfill our promise never to offend Him again, especially in those sins that are our habits.