A Strong and Solemn Prayerful Warning.

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  1. padraig

    padraig Powers

    Make no mistake about this , Pope Francis is contesting this. It is as simple as that.
     
  2. BrianK

    BrianK Guest

    Ah, Thomas McKenna of Catholic Action is a good man and a friend. I was going to visit with him in San Diego while I was in California recently, but he was on the road traveling in Texas with his good friend Cardinal Burke.

    Rumor has it the correction has already occurred in private...
     
  3. sparrow

    sparrow Exitus ~ Reditus

    Most of our priests are silent on abortion, divorce and remarriage, cohabitation, just to name a few. Here in Ontario, we have a premier who has brought in an extremely radical sex-ed program for our elementary schools that has an obvious gay agenda and was written by a man who was eventually caught and charged with child pornography(!) and the people are only mildly protesting this.. where is the Church? Why are they silent? If the Church would stand up for what is right and fight what is wrong we could stop this kind of thing. But alas, I fear it is too late, the silence has gone on since Vatican II, the infiltration seems to be almost complete, to the top. I believe Divine Intervention is all that is left. We must pray continually.
     
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  4. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    All this has gone on for years, and the sad thing is that children will be badly influenced and their conscience not properly formed in discerning good from evil.

    My children are in their forties now. But all this was coming in while they were growing up. How it affected us was, my children believed we were outdated in our beliefs; because we were not getting any back up through Catholic school or from the pulpit.

    God help parents of young children in our day. They will be well informed about the scandals through the media and from their peers. It will be a miracle when the youth stay in the Faith under such pressure from all sides.
     
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  5. Mary's child

    Mary's child Powers

    Our parish is getting a new priest as of today and I am praying that he is strong in following and teaching what our Lord asks of him.
     
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  6. Light

    Light Guest

    [QUOTE=" where is the Church? Why are they silent? If the Church would stand up for what is right and fight what is wrong we could stop this kind of thing. But alas, I fear it is too late, the silence has gone on since Vatican II, the infiltration seems to be almost complete, to the top. I believe Divine Intervention is all that is left. We must pray continually.[/QUOTE]

    There is and has been a deadening silence from the Church.

    Moral Leadership (especially now Ontario with Lesbian premier) even within the Church has been dissipating over the past 50 years. Vatican 11 was necessary (if just for the adoption of the vernacular) but it was hijacked. In any event every liturgical novelty has had the effect of diluting consciousness in the reality of the "Real Presence".

    God Bless
     
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  7. Dolours

    Dolours Guest

    There is and has been a deadening silence from the Church.

    Moral Leadership (especially now Ontario with Lesbian premier) even within the Church has been dissipating over the past 50 years. Vatican 11 was necessary (if just for the adoption of the vernacular) but it was hijacked. In any event every liturgical novelty has had the effect of diluting consciousness in the reality of the "Real Presence".

    God Bless[/QUOTE]
    Yes, the ultimate attack is on the Real Presence. At last Sunday's Mass the priest asked "why are we here", "why do we come to Mass", "what's it all about"? He answered his own questions by telling us that we are here for fellowship and to share with one another. No mention of Jesus or re-presenting His eternal sacrifice. He seemed to believe that he had been ordained into a branch of Oxfam. We prayed to rather than for our dead "who are in Heaven on the next stage of their spiritual journey". He held up the Sacred Host and declared "this is our brother who wants us to share with one another". I suppose he thinks that the dimwits in the pews are too thick to grasp the meaning of the Lamb of God, and mentioning taking away the sins of the world would make him appear too rigid. He ended the Mass by telling us that we had received the "bread and wine" that would lead us to Heaven.
     
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  8. Sunnyveil

    Sunnyveil Archangels

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    Very interesting, Brian. If the correction has already occurred, will it ever be made public? Does anyone within the Church have authority to act upon the correction? Or will Pope Francis just laugh it off and banish those silly cardinals to the far reaches of the galaxy?
     
  9. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    Yes, the ultimate attack is on the Real Presence. At last Sunday's Mass the priest asked "why are we here", "why do we come to Mass", "what's it all about"? He answered his own questions by telling us that we are here for fellowship and to share with one another. No mention of Jesus or re-presenting His eternal sacrifice. He seemed to believe that he had been ordained into a branch of Oxfam. We prayed to rather than for our dead "who are in Heaven on the next stage of their spiritual journey". He held up the Sacred Host and declared "this is our brother who wants us to share with one another". I suppose he thinks that the dimwits in the pews are too thick to grasp the meaning of the Lamb of God, and mentioning taking away the sins of the world would make him appear too rigid. He ended the Mass by telling us that we had received the "bread and wine" that would lead us to Heaven.[/QUOTE].

    Oh Dolours, is that your parish Priest. Whoever it is, I think one of Padraigs angry rants would be well in order directly to the pastor who is making such heretical statements to his flock. I think I would risk my soul in a situation like that and say something brutally direct to the pastor.
     
  10. Dolours

    Dolours Guest

    No, not my parish. It wouldn't happen in my parish or any of our nearby parishes. Circumstances prevented me attending Sunday Mass locally and the time of that Mass in a city Church was the most suitable. It was a church I frequented until a couple of years ago but now I try to avoid it in case that priest is hearing confession or the celebrant at Mass. The last time he heard my confession, he kept his light on because he was reading a magazine. I won't ever attend Mass or confession there again.
     
  11. Beth B

    Beth B Beth Marie

    Yes, the ultimate attack is on the Real Presence. At last Sunday's Mass the priest asked "why are we here", "why do we come to Mass", "what's it all about"? He answered his own questions by telling us that we are here for fellowship and to share with one another. No mention of Jesus or re-presenting His eternal sacrifice. He seemed to believe that he had been ordained into a branch of Oxfam. We prayed to rather than for our dead "who are in Heaven on the next stage of their spiritual journey". He held up the Sacred Host and declared "this is our brother who wants us to share with one another". I suppose he thinks that the dimwits in the pews are too thick to grasp the meaning of the Lamb of God, and mentioning taking away the sins of the world would make him appear too rigid. He ended the Mass by telling us that we had received the "bread and wine" that would lead us to Heaven.[/QUOTE]

    Well, it seems as though the door has been opened to allow whatever your nations culture norms will accept....no matter how abnormal they are to the real Catholic Church. Wait... Do we still call it catholic if everyone can do what they want??
     
  12. Dolours

    Dolours Guest

    We can call it Catholic but it will no longer have all four marks of the true Church because it won't be One.
     
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  13. djmoforegon

    djmoforegon Powers

    Yes, the ultimate attack is on the Real Presence. At last Sunday's Mass the priest asked "why are we here", "why do we come to Mass", "what's it all about"? He answered his own questions by telling us that we are here for fellowship and to share with one another. No mention of Jesus or re-presenting His eternal sacrifice. He seemed to believe that he had been ordained into a branch of Oxfam. We prayed to rather than for our dead "who are in Heaven on the next stage of their spiritual journey". He held up the Sacred Host and declared "this is our brother who wants us to share with one another". I suppose he thinks that the dimwits in the pews are too thick to grasp the meaning of the Lamb of God, and mentioning taking away the sins of the world would make him appear too rigid. He ended the Mass by telling us that we had received the "bread and wine" that would lead us to Heaven.[/QUOTE]
    Oh, Dear Lord, Dolours!
     
  14. Fatima

    Fatima Powers

    Oh boy!! :(:(:(
     
  15. AED

    AED Powers

    McKenna is the one behind Operation Storm Heaven, the Rosary Crusade in support of Cardinal Burke and the other orthodox clergy and prelates.
     
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  16. AED

    AED Powers

    Oh, Dear Lord, Dolours![/QUOTE]
    Yikes. Just yikes. :confused:
     
  17. AED

    AED Powers

    I keep thinking of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher and St. John the Baptist. They died for the sanctity of marriage. No nuance there.
     
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