Sometimes we neglect the most important work of our day. The work in growing of growing in holiness, and in spreading the Gospel, and the Catholic Faith to others
The culture today has a "possession obsession". We have a peculiar fascination, or obsession with demonic possession and exorcism. But demonic possession pales in comparison to far more common manifestations of pure evil.
You can't change Truth. It is unchanging, as God is unchanging, because it comes from God. But when we don't like what the Truth is, we TRY to change it. We do that by changing character and meaning of the components that compose the Truths we mean to change.
We have plenty of radicalized Catholics, plenty of modernized Catholics. But where are the balanced? Where are the Catholics who know how to BE Catholic?
We have all evicted The Truth from its proper places by degrading it. By converting it to sentiment, to opinion, and to lies, we have removed The Truth from the world, from classrooms, and from our hearts, and have denied The King his Kingdom.
There is a crisis of faith throughout the Church culture. Catholics have adopted a secular flaw; having ultimate faith in themselves, and little faith left for God and for the Church. This crisis of faith is the cause of every ailment throughout the Church culture.
The pro-choice propogandists, have succeeded in neutralizing perhaps the greatest threat to the abortion paradigm: Men.
Lots of people are seeking the Lord. But are they looking for him for the right reasons? Do they know how to look for him? Is Jesus just a companion, or master of our lives? Do we seek the "niceness" of Jesus, or the GOODNESS of Jesus?
As Catholics, we are guardians and defenders of the Truth. We must always defend it, and be ready to sacrifice ourselves in its defense. We must also remember that the truth has its enemies, and they are "guardians" of a different sort.
People are talking a lot about "rights" these days. But are any of the cheerleaders for all these "rights" we're inventing today giving any thought to what a right actually is, where rights come from, and why they exist?