Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall

Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall
I have not written anything in a long time. In communication with friends from my list, I promised an explanation.  I did not have time for that either, at least not for now. Let me briefly explain it now; and later, with God’s help, I will give a more detailed explanation. I have been working ...

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 ...

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. ...