Like ancient Egypt, will modern man require more than just one plague to get the message God is sending?
The Coronavirus pandemic is playing out more like an apocalypse than a virus pandemic. What should Catholics actually be doing during this trial?
My dear brothers and sisters: I bid you all, in our Lord Jesus Christ, peace! May God’s peace be with you and with your families. I don’t generally start a blog post with such a seemingly pretentious greeting (I certainly don’t talk this way usually), but I start this one with a wish of peace
Fake news? Says who? Extremist speech? According to who? The latest craze in secular rhetoric is to disqualify truth by labeling it as fraudulent, dishonest, cruel, or unjust. The secular super powers who control the information are becoming the arbiters of what information is worthy of being seen, read or heard. Today, it’s political speech.
Talk is cheap. Only actions have high value. That is universally true because talk doesn’t directly make change. Actions do. Talk I’m increasingly confused and frustrated by the Church’s modern rhetoric. Too often it seems to be an extension of the secular mind, rather than of Catholic thought. The secular world—particularly today—focuses on flavor-of-the-month issues.
There is war afoot. It’s taking place within and throughout the Catholic Church. It’s a practical schism that threatens to lead to an actual schism. While we should be focussed on the real battle against the “powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil”, as St. Paul tells us in his letter