Atheists say that they don't need to believe in "a god" or in a religion in order to be moral. But that's not true. An atheist can BEHAVE morally without believing in God, but they cannot BE moral without believing in God.
The culture is addicted to pleasure, comfort, and partying. But that pleasure-addiction is leading to suffering and calamity.
Every now and again, we need to be reminded of basic truths which have been forgotten about, as we slipped further into moral darkness. Someone hit the lights!
The devil, and those tho give their wills over to him, tries very hard to take every beautiful thing away from you, by teaching you to kill it. Because The Beautiful compliments and preserves our own nature. By taking away The Beautiful, he can better undo YOU.
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?
All over the Church, throughout the Catholic culture, we're replacing the real with the synthetic. Whether it's fake bells, fake candles, or a "synthetic faith" in the Catholic heart, we sometimes favor convenience over authenticity.
When the Catholic Homily is reduced to little more than a pep talk from the pulpit, the faith becomes little more than spiritual masturbation.
The pro-choice propogandists, have succeeded in neutralizing perhaps the greatest threat to the abortion paradigm: Men.
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?
God is like a desperate lover. Do we love HIM enough?;