Are the Laity not allowed to speak of the unspeakable?
seems there was a document concerning the behavior of the parts of Roman
Papal Office? Does
this report exist. It also seems this report
considered by the
Cardinals before the latest conclave. Since we can say in truth we,
the laity, know
all reports leading up to the last conclave, there was trio of
Cardinals who investigated the accusations. Unfortunately with
the dreadful authority is
by the Hierarchs as they demand blind obedience
from us, we
are unlikely to know.
as the actions of priests in sexual misconduct after misconduct were
hidden. So through
the new-fangled dogma of, “Father knows best”, we are very unlikely to be
allowed to share in that report. I
thought that Vatican 2 outlawed this attitude? The
laity faced with the denials of priestly pedophilia have every right
to be made aware of any problems before there
to the secular
No one likes to be taken unawares. No one should be left high and dry without any means to defend one's views, politics and above all one's religion. All chances of any evangelization by the laity has flown away. Hiding the bad news we will certainly see of course when the news published causes the high
position of power to loose respect of the laity, or
let a light shine on their Achilles' heels.
not the Holy Spirit and
his consolations exist,
the laity, Are we not included in His
paracletian reminders? Are
the revelations of the Holy Spirit
laity. Was the exposure of priestly sins not the Spirit of God shining a light as promised of things done in the dark will come into the light? Can
we not know of sin committed and be expected not help others to avoid it? Servants
it seems do not have to answer to those whom they serve. It
louder and louder in Rome, as
disobedience burns in the hearts who live in Rome?
I personally cannot understand is why a group who demands unity from
us are not in any kind of obedient union themselves.
I write this way? I think so! I am catholic, a papal Catholic and was confirmed at a time when Catholic Teaching was strong and taught
well. I became by my confirmation a strong and perfect Christian and
a defender of the Faith. I became as the Church defined me as, “A
soldier of Christ” Can any of you remember what that means? We, who are confirmed, received upon our soul a mark that cannot be repeated and therefore cannot be taken away. I practice the Faith and use the Sacraments, no one can not say I am Catholic. By golly they, these hail, well-met fellows certainly greet many politicians of whom it is not presumptuous to say they are fallen. They give Holy Communion sacrilegiously, while I and many others would not dare to receive in the same state of fallen from grace. Can I
or must I speak out against sinful actions or do you think
disobedience to the
Elder Brother, the head of our
spiritual communion, by
those who vow to obey him in a very personal public ceremony,
is any less a sin than a
local priest disobeying
I urge any of you who do find this on the 'net print it out, forward
it to your parish priest ask for his opinion, forward it to your
bishops etc. Ask if you will, this question, is there any truth contained
in this blog, that is, in what you have read?
It would be advantageous for us all to study Isaiah chapter 3 to
verse 10. Would
you consider Isaiah to be speaking perfect
perfect truth? After
all did not the Angel cleanse this prophet's lips with a burning
coal. At least the Priests
in the Tridentine masses
pleaded to have the angel do the same.
I am reminded again and again to pray for the Church.
Labels: bishops, Christ, Holy Communion, Isaiah, priests