For too long Catholics have chosen silence over telling the truth, because we've been crippled by a secularized idea of tolerance, and an imbalanced understanding of Charity
Catholics and even non-Catholics are up in arms—so to speak—over satanic the black mass soon to take place in Oklahoma City. And we should be. This event is not only a mockery of the Holy Mass, it’s also blasphemous against the Holy Spirit.
We support vice, indifference, and pave new paths to disorder...all in the name of love. Disordered love.
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 ACLU is once again working its black magic in an attempt to force the Catholic Church to provide abortions to illegal immigrants. And in the Church we respond to that by reducing the truth to a constitutional debate. That's just not good enough!
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!
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?
Christians supporting same-sex marriage also support other moral vices, by a wide margin, compared to Christians who oppose same-sex marriage. This shows us a serious tear in the moral fabric of Christian Culture
Jesus Christ conquered sin, death, and evil through His crucifixion. Not by force of will, but by submitting Himself to the will of The Father. We must suffer "tiny crucifixions" in life in order to conquer the evils of the world
Love and Tolerance are misunderstood and misapplied in the secular mind. They are distorted versions of Virtues taught by the Catholic Church. Sometimes this effects us in the Church as well. Catholics can get disoriented and lost by messages that seem to coincide, when they are actually very much in conflict.