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Thursday, May 12, 2016

A Thought on Amoris Laetitia

I typically don't really comment much about the specific politics of the Catholic Church, frankly, because I already know the direction of the Church.  I'll talk about broad policies, perhaps a headliner that comes along--but I don't go into an in-depth exploration of what Pope Francis' actions mean, nor do I go into what I think should or will happen in the future of this Church.  I already know what's going to happen.  I know where we're all speeding along in this mad race.  American politics, on the other hand, is much more of a variable.  It's off the chart, off the map, and who knows what can happen with it.  But Church politics?  It's very very clear what's happening and what will happen next.

But okay.  Do I have an opinion on the Synod?  And do I have anything to say about Amoris Laetitia, which I frequently refer to as Amoris Liberace?


Prophecy is the main thought that keeps entering my head, when I delve into Amoris Liberace.  Specifically, Venerable Bartholomew Holzhauser.  The underlined emphasis is mine.
During this period, many men will abuse of the freedom of conscience conceded to them. It is of such men that Jude the Apostle spoke when he said, ‘These men blaspheme whatever they do not understand; and they corrupt whatever they know naturally as irrational animals do… They feast together without restraint, feeding themselves, grumbling murmurers, walking according to their lusts; their mouth speaketh proud things, they admire people for the sake of gain; they bring about division, sensual men, having not the spirit.’
During this unhappy period, there will be laxity in divine and human precepts. Discipline will suffer. The Holy Canons will be completely disregarded, and the Clergy will not respect the laws of the Church. Everyone will be carried away and led to believe and to do what he fancies, according to the manner of the flesh…
They will ridicule Christian simplicity; they will call it folly and. nonsense, but they will have the highest regard for advanced knowledge, and for the skill by which the axioms of the law, the precepts of morality, the Holy Canons and religious dogmas are clouded by senseless questions and elaborate arguments. As a result, no principle at. all, however holy, authentic, ancient, and certain it may be, will remain free of censure, criticism, false interpretation, modification, and delimitation by man…
These are evil times, a century full of dangers and calamities.. Heresy is everywhere, and the followers of heresy are in power almost everywhere. Bishops, prelates, and priests say that they are doing their. duty, that they are vigilant, and that they live as befits their state in life. In like manner, therefore, they all seek excuses.

This crap has been foretold.  Heaven has informed the saints, in detail, as to what direction the Catholic Church will be taking in the years ahead.  What do I think of Amoris Liberace?  I think it is a big sideshow of senseless questions and elaborate arguments, whose purpose is to cloud Holy Canons and religious dogmas.

Will things be made better?  Do I think that someone will step up, be a hero, and reverse this cannibalistic carnage taking place in the Catholic Church?  No.  That will not happen.  I expect this current pontiff and the gang who put him into power to allow the Church to become such a laughing stock, that an invasion of Vatican City is inevitable.  The point of complete weakness on the part of the leader of the Christians will create a vacuum, and in that hole will pour a multitude of revolutionary-minded people filled with disrespect and hate.  An angry mob will charge into our parishes--into the Vatican itself, and they will rip the Church apart.  This will happen because the fear of God has been removed from the people by the likes of Pope Francis and his handlers.

With that in mind, consider the rest of Holzhauser's prophecy:
But God will permit a great evil against His Church: Heretics and tyrants will come suddenly and unexpectedly; they will break into the Church while bishops, prelates and priests are asleep. They will enter Italy and lay Rome waste; they will burn down the churches and destroy everything.
So, there you go.  I expect the Vatican to be sacked later on in this papacy.  Sticking with what approved Catholic prophecy warns us about, I also expect clear and open persecution of Catholics within the next decade.  After the sacking of the Vatican, the pope will be led out of Rome and later killed.  After which point, I fully expect that we'll see a cross in the sky, and shortly thereafter we'll finally bear witness to The Day of the Lord.  

1 comment:

  1. Indeed, the greatest plague, the black death, of modern times is the plague of academics and intellectuals who trust only in human learning. They cloud their shame of the gospel and rebellion against God with so many learned arguments and distinctions that they come away thinking that their sin is holy; at least the dissolute Renaissance clergy didn't try to justify their abominations. Not only do the modern clergy want you to abuse the sacraments, but they accuse you of being inhumane and uncharitable if you don't.