Amazon Synod 2

Amazon Synod 2
As for the Amazon Synod, it is said that by means of Amazonia, the changes are introduced so that, later, liberal theologists around the world could point at the region and refer to its authority so that the exceptions could become the rules. Then, they would implement the decisions of the Amazon Synod in their ...

Amazon Synod

Amazon Synod
Between October 6th and 27th  2019, an assembly of high prelates of the Roman Catholic Church from vast areas of the Amazon took place in Vatican: cardinals, bishops, and clergy – 181 with a right to vote – and, many delegates on call. The majority of those delegates was made up of indigenous, Indian tribe ...

Where does this ship sail

Where does this ship sail
  It is the ship of the Roman Catholic Church. That ship is tumbling while being thrown around by deadly waves, and its coxswain, the high priest steers it towards the wreckage. It has been noted that he loves throwing metaphors. To him, the Church is many things, and in the most recent statement he ...

Euthanasia – merciless killing with “mercy” 2

Euthanasia – merciless killing with “mercy” 2
Among many of their euphemistic language juggles, the advocates of euthanasia pester about the human “right” to choose when and how to die. If someone – God forbid – has suicidal thoughts, if he or she refused God’s merciful hand, or blasphemed the Holy Spirit, they can just go where the demons are taking them. ...

Euthanasia – merciless killing with “mercy” 1

Euthanasia – merciless killing with “mercy” 1
Immediately before his earthly death, when asked by his disciples what the sign of His coming and of the end of the age will be (Matthew 24:3), the Lord, among other signs, announced the wars and rumours of wars. “For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines, and ...

Imminent future is even worse for Christians

Imminent future is even worse for Christians
Christians are the most persecuted people in the world by reason of their faith. The numbers are astronomical: 245 million. One in nine Christians is persecuted. In the first half of this year, 2019, 4136 Christians were killed worldwide; each month 345; and every single day 11 Christians, on average, die for their faith. On ...

On generosity

On generosity
Luke 16:19:31 I remember about the boy who was almost burned to death in a fire. By a divine miracle and through superhuman efforts of medical experts, he remains alive today. He is, of course, far from healthy, and it is certain that he will never be healthy again. The poor soul will live with ...

By grace you have been saved

By grace you have been saved
(Eph. 2 : 4–10) “By grace you have been saved,” (Eph. 2:5) says St. Paul, and then repeats it again (Eph. 2:8), just in case any one of us might think, in our feeble-mindedness that we can contribute to our salvation by our weak efforts. “Without me you can do nothing,” said the Lord (Jn. ...

Who is my neighbour

Who is my neighbour
A certain lawyer asked the Lord, “Who is my neighbour?” St. Luke tells us that this lawyer knew the law very well but that he did not understand them. With His irrefutable logic Christ brought this man to the realization that his neighbour was any man. Not just a person that was close to him, ...

And there will be famines and pestilences

And there will be famines and pestilences
We find this phrase in chapter 24 of the Gospel of Matthew, in which God describes in more detail what will happen to the human race. We should read these words more often because they can provide the explanation for the events that we see, but we cannot find their true meaning. I often think ...