“Take and eat; this is my body.” MT 26:26

“Take and eat; this is my body.” MT 26:26

Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Scalfari & Friends

I don't think we can appreciate where we're at with this OnePeterFive article:
"Hold fast. Like you’re about to be swept overboard in the storm. Hold on for your life. The [R]osary. The Eucharist. Confession. Adoration. Whatever it takes. Spend more time with your family, and less of it watching the horror show. Yes, I’m advocating that if it’s a problem for you, don’t spend your time here at 1P5. Knowing everything you can about the disaster is not worth your soul. I’ve already come to recognize that it isn’t worth mine. 
I suspect that God, too, wants us to know how powerless we are, but for a very different reason than Bergoglio does. He is subjecting us to utter desolation, such that we will finally come to understand and accept that no human solution is possible. We will very likely be branded as schismatics merely for holding on to the authentic teachings of our faith. This has already begun, and it will intensify. A time may come when we can no longer have access to the sacraments, or the true Church is even driven underground, as it was in the early days in Rome, and in various other circumstances since."
Sounds like something Thomas a Kempis would say:
"Seek a suitable time for leisure and meditate often on the favors of God. Leave curiosities alone. Read such matters as bring sorrow to the heart rather than occupation to the mind. If you withdraw yourself from unnecessary talking and idle running about, from listening to gossip and rumors, you will find enough time that is suitable for holy meditation. 
Very many great saints avoided the company of men wherever possible and chose to serve God in retirement. "As often as I have been among men," said one writer, "I have returned less a man." We often find this to be true when we take part in long conversations. It is easier to be silent altogether than not to speak too much. To stay at home is easier than to be sufficiently on guard while away. Anyone, then, who aims to live the inner and spiritual life must go apart, with Jesus, from the crowd."
This all seems very troubling. Have no fear: God is in charge. Know your Catechism. Know Church Teaching. Stop sinning. Confess. Repent. Pray. Get holy. This is how we're called to be saints, in this time. God put us all here for now. This is our battle.

Christus Vincit, Christus Regnat, Christus Imperat

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