All Conversations in My Heart
Wednesday, February 06, 2013
  Desolation, our destruction is here
Someone or one of you must correct me here, or at least answer my question. Is the reporting of the work of American Bishops correct by Catholic Blogs or am I completely out of touch with the catechism, of what I was taught growing up in the English Catholic Church. Am I perhaps seeing actions and seeing and thinking of them erroneously.
The account of the latest agreement on Baptism between us??? (am I wrong in my catholicity by saying us as the universal church in this case?) and the Lutheran, Baptist and Methodist persuasions? It is just like the agreement over Novus Ordo with more experts from the gentiles than ours??? It is like the great happiness after Vatican 2 in the episcopalian/anglican groups when catholic priests no longer forbade the Catholics in South America to listen to the gentile missionaries.
Rome has said we have, and to me it is obvious we still do, interpret Vatican 2 wrongly, The Popes since, have all stated Vatican 2 was pastoral and could not, would not change Catholic Doctrine and Dogma. Yet consistently there have been synods called with faux theologians of other beliefs that have not admitted to these directives from the Papacy. See my previous blog: http://mikehurcum.blogspot.ca/2012/11/what-does-it-mean-for-my-salvation-let.html
Let us be honest with ourselves when we answer the question, “Has the Church changed HER teachings on Baptism. Well obviously not, once made it remains as such. Yet again as we can see interpretations are made and supported by those not in unity with the Pope. Spin is the king and all else is as smoke when confronted by conceit. Is it perhaps the smoke described by Paul 6th.
Here is what I was taught by priests, sisters and my father. Am I to surrender this to what I can visibly hear, see and read from those who may be considered to have broken their vows of obedience to the Papacy. Those who severely punish their priests who break their vow of obedience made to them, the bishops, every Maundy Thursday, at the Chrism Mass???? Am I to be considered wrong headed and disrespectful by “many” not “all”?
Baptism is a “SOLEMN” occasion when sins are forgiven and we re-enter the Church through the sacrament of regeneration. Who are the ones who can forgive sins? Sins are certainly forgiven by the recognition of various imitation sacramental acts made by women, and men who are episcopalian, baptist, methodist or lutheran ministers? This is a short cut to the women priesthood. Also soon we must figure on the altered gendered in this picture. Can this be denied when the results of Vatican 2 are examined in the light of the Catholic Faith? 
Yes, the Church teaches anyone can Baptize in the case of emergency, but there are provisos. As soon as possible, as quickly as possible, a SOLEMN baptism must take place. The Baptizer must have the aims of the Church in mind. I cannot for the sake of my life, for the sake of my soul's eternal life of grace contemplate a woman pastor who is contrary to Church Dogma on the priesthood entertaining for one moment the Church's views on anything. I cannot contemplate any pastor baptising anyone with the Church's view on the Trinity being in the right frame of mind in using the Trinitarian formulae. 
When we consider the Baptism of Desire I have to scoff at the theological stupidity involved in the Bishop's pronouncement here, again especially in the light of how bishops, ably supported by the gentiles outside the Church spun Vatican 2. I truly wish that what I am about to write is not so, but consider the facts. In the Church today a woman priest from another heresy or schism could present herself to the Parish Priest and say, “I thought about being Catholic once. I had the desire, so I am Catholic, give me Holy Communion”. The dance to the Altar begins. These people can say, “I was baptised with the right formulae, give me Holy Communion”. Whose to deny them? Were you there? If you are sure this will not happen write and correct me. Go to your parish priest ask him what he would do? Better still in the light of this episcopal agreement ask your bishop what he will do or allow. Watch the slow shuffle of his feet as he tries to dance around you. In the previous Catholic Church, the explanation for desire was simple. If one was attending catechetical classes leading to Baptism if one died before the solemn application of the sacrament, they because their desire was active the Church acknowledged they had become Catholic. Desire rarely lasts without action. Look at the young man in Matthew, who could not get rid of his worldly goods (sins), he left and Jesus watched him go. How uncharitable Jesus was, by the world today?
By the way remember the Bishops who made this agreement are the same authorities who are supposed to make sure catechism is taught in the Church today. We know that there are few of these dear fellows who are exemplary in the teaching of our faith. Is it any wonder so many going through the RCIA etc are so woefully ignorant of the Church's teachings and make up their own theology based on sensual opinions?
Hosea says it well, Chapter4 v 6; “My people have been silent, because they had no knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will reject thee who do not do the office of the priest to me. Thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children”.
Well well Bishops what a bright eternal future you may have also that future will be afforded those children who do not inform their conscience. I would also recommend Hosea Chapter 2 especially verses 10 to 15.
I must also write of my feelings that I have more in common with Tertullian on the use of and who can use scriptures correctly. I have more in common with Athanasius and Augustine than with the spin theologians in the Church today. Should I be faulted for this? Can I say that the American Bishops are still throwing down the gauntlet to Rome? Are they calling Rome to put up or shut up.
Do not forget, print this out, forward by e mail to you parish priest or bishop. The only reason you might have not to is because you lack fortitude.

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