Every year the Feast of Corpus Christi (Body of Christ) solemnly commemorates our Lord’s institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper the night before His Crucifixion. When Christ spoke the words “This is My Body… This is My Blood” (Mt 26:26,28), He transubstantiated bread and wine into His very own Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity — to be our perpetual Sacrifice “unto remission of sins” (Mt 26:28) and heavenly Food (see Jn 6:51-52) to be with us forever (cf. Mt 28:20; Jn 14:18). Thus the Sacred Liturgy celebrates the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar as Sacrifice (Holy Mass), as Meal (Holy Communion), and as Adorable Presence in the Tabernacle.
The “Hate” Canard: Is Opposing Sexual Immorality and its Purveyors a Matter of “Hatred”?
Our society is saturated with political correctness. The leftist thought police has long tried to commandeer what vocabulary the populace is “permitted” to use. The idea behind it is that the way we speak necessarily influences how we think, and so self-censorship in words quickly leads to self-censorship in thoughts.
Contemporary man has long replaced reason with emotion. This is why we see such absurd phenomena as transgenderism in our day. It is also the reason why those who defend the natural law and the completely rational idea that there cannot be more than one true religion, are accused of “hate/hatred”, “anger”, “fear/phobia”, “insanity”, or “extremism.” People have simply lost (or never learned) the ability to reason and to reason correctly.
Francis appoints notorious Jesuit James Martin as Consultant for Vatican Secretariat for Communications
Anyone who was still under the impression that “Pope” Francis was a tough opponent of the homosexualist agenda, will definitively be disabused of this illusion now: On April 12, 2017, the Vatican announced that “Pope” Francis had appointed the notorious Jesuit LGBT-sensitive “Fr.” James Martin a consultant for the Vatican Secretariat for Communications, along with 12 other people. The secretariat was created by the “Pope” in 2015 and includes the Holy See Press Office, Vatican Radio, the Vatican Television Center, the Vatican Publishing House, and the Vatican Internet Service, among others.
@OTSOTA @paulbennett966 Well, the Church requires, in the external forum, that ignorance be proved and not be presumed when you’re talking about someone who has an obligation to have the requisite knowledge by virtue of his office.
@OTSOTA @paulbennett966 No doubt, they’re always just sleepwalking or habitually intoxicated without showing it. Or, better yet, maybe they’re the most orthodox Catholics of all time and simply LYING to us about it. For decades.
@OTSOTA @paulbennett966 Not *magically*, but through divine providence, yes, it is impossible that a Pope’s magisterium contain heresy. OF COURSE! Else it would not be safe, and God could not demand our submission to it.