Defending my beliefs and laughing at the ad hominem accusation of dissent.
Just a little aside, a
“non sequitur”, if you will permit me, before I write on another
subject with which I have a great displeasure. I sent to many of you
a link to two web pages, one was to the American Government
procurement office and one to Rense.com, a real foolish man with
conspiracy theories tattooed on his rear end.
In the Papal Catholic
Church there are some priests who have made a great living out of the
conspiracy theory they have drummed up over Fatima. One is very rich, and I, from asking, thinks he takes more from the local parish,than is tithed. A truth agree d to by my former confessor. My very personal
problem is this; soon perhaps I will die and I want to be ready for
that occasion. How many of us Catholics pray to St Joseph for happy
death? I will also add that the Church on earth will end when God has
had enough of our mendacious squabbling, and we drive out the Holy
Spirit. Attitudes is a better word to use than mendacious, I think.
The personal egos of the Hierarchs seem to rise above the calls of
unity or the revelations and explanations of the Magisterium. They
are confusion and whom I ask is the God of confusion? He, our God,
does not have to warn me the Hierarchy are going to hell in a
handcart. Are they in all honesty anything other than disputatious
collegians. They totally lack unity. One allows the Eucharist to be
given to outright heretic dissenters. One allows disordered
unconfessed sinners to receive Him, our Lord and no signs of any
conscience stricken acts. Very little unity of Humanae Vitae. Not one unified defense of the Church on Birth Control. Most are completely by their actions of the
Canon laws they use as a weapon against the Laity. How so or why they
are this way, is beyond me. Their actions are totally confusing any
newly baptized Catholics are right to ask, “What is right?”
I have been told I am
becoming more militant and a dissenter. The first I accept, the
latter I throw the word like stones into their mouths, paraphrasing
St Augustine in his recollections who made the statement, “There is
nothing so profitable as throwing the Words of St Cyprian into the
teeth of the Donatists”.
So if I throw the
Bishop’s actions back at them always careful not to dissent with
the Magisterium, the Pope, the papal office and scriptures I will in
good conscience point out the anomalies and confusion the teachers of
the Church are fostering in the laity. By the way I have every right to be militant, a word that has been lost in the Church of today. I have every right as I attend the Church for mass and other rituals to contend with whoever and whatever when I see and hear of the cockamamie opinions and knowledge of what the Church teaches. I am militant part of the Church Miltant and beware those of you who judge me to be a sinner. I mean those who say you are not a member of the Catholic Church in this temporal World. You have judged me to be fallen and not worthy of heaven. Who is to blame for that DO YOU NOT CONSIDER IT APPLIES TO YOU READERS TOO? Take this once more to your parish priest to your bishop and ask,"What do you think of this?" When he says the Church doesnot teach that, then ask for the sake of your own goodness. "What does it teach? Is it right to give the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar to self confessed sinners?"
Ps. A little something I missed. The next priest or hierarch of the Papal Church. I have some very questios to ask him about the actions of some bishops. Starting with this phrase, "Is this news true, was he right?
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