Monday, January 24, 2011

The Boston Archdiocese and compromise with the demon

Marianne Duddy-Burke, executive director of the homosexual Catholic-in-name-only "DignityUSA," praised the new policy of the Boston Archdiocese which prohibits "discrimination" against students who come from a homosexual household while stating clearly that it is her belief that, "As long as the doctrine stands [Catholic doctrine which defines marriage as a heterosexual union and which says that homosexual acts are acts of grave depravity], it makes it really hard for the pastoral and the doctrinal aspects of our faith not to come into a clash...The people of the church are changing, and by and large very affirming of gay people, and the hierarchy and the doctrine are lagging behind."  (See here).

Translation: The Cardinal and his pastoral staff have done much to undermine Church teaching.  But they didn't go far enough.  Church teaching is archaic.  It is necessary for the Church to change its perennial teaching to suit "modern man" and his tastes.  It is necessary for the Church to declare that homosexual relationships and homosexual acts are no longer sinful.

The Church in Boston is now compromising with the demon.  This is merely the first step on the road to perdition.  Having betrayed the supernatural vision of Catholic education, the new policy is now defended as "reasonable" and "tolerant."  Those responsible for the spiritual health of the Boston Archdiocese have forgotten that natural religion, harmless religion, is the religion of Antichrist. This is the seduction of our time: we are overwhelmed by a culture which exhorts us to be "reasonable." To be "tolerant." But, as Pope Benedict XVI writes (in his book Jesus of Nazareth): "If we had to choose today, would Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Mary, the son of the Father, have a chance? Do we really know Jesus at all? Do we understand him? Do we not perhaps have to make an effort, today as always, to get to know him all over again? The tempter is not so crude as to suggest to us directly that we should worship the devil. He merely suggests that we opt for the reasonable decision, that we choose to give priority to a planned and thoroughly organized world, where God may have his place as a private concern but must not interfere in our essential purposes..." (p. 41).

"Be reasonable," our culture says: "Don't rock the boat, what do you care if a woman wants to have an abortion? After all, that's her affair. You should stop being so fanatical and intolerant. You believe life is sacred? Good, but keep your beliefs in your Church." And: "Why shouldn't people of the same sex be married? Stop denying them their civil rights. You are being judgmental. After all, God is love."

The Pope has said it. The Devil merely suggests that we opt for the reasonable decision. But we do so at the price of apostasy.  This was the message of Akita (a Church-approved apparition).  Our Lady told Sister Agnes Sasagawa, "The work of the Devil will infiltrate even the Church in such a way that one will see Cardinals opposing Cardinals, Bishops against other Bishops.  The priests [and I might add the laity, as Montfort warned] who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres...churches and altars sacked, the Church will be full of those who accept compromises and the demon will press many priests and consecrated souls to leave the service of the Lord..."

1 comment:

BostonCatholic2011 said...

It is precisely compromise as you say. Archbishop Chaput of Denver, defending his decision to not allow children from homosexual households into Catholic schools, said that, "..parents of Catholic school students are expected to agree with church beliefs, including those forbidding sex between anyone other than married, heterosexual couples...The church cannot change these teachings because, in the faith of Catholics, they are the teachings of Jesus Christ."

In Boston, there is no love for souls. Instead of upholding Catholic doctrine, the local Church here is ready to genuflect beforethe world and to bow down before Moloch and the culture of death.

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