Sunday, July 20, 2014


The Modernist Clan, somewhat suffering recently from the ever-apparent reappearance of reality, has been given a new lease on life by the current pontificate of Pope Francis.  The moribund and stale views of the ecclesiastical hippies has been given an injection of revitalizer by some of the words and actions of a Pope who one day can quietly observe something truthful and the next day proclaim some particularly ridiculous notion that the Church "has never been in greater health", etc.

(If this be health God spare the Church from sickness.)

Proclamations such as this are music to the ears of the Modernists who had been in an ascendant trajectory since the swinging '60s but who had experienced a slight dip about a decade ago.  No longer.  Their plane is soaring high in the sky again, and I use the word "high" deliberately.  Like the barfly who has been given one more for the road the pickled prelates of the Church of Happy are cheering on Pope Francis as he makes one weird or incomprehensible comment after another which for them means being given a green light to continue on with their own special form of episcopal cowardice.  For example, here are the bloviations of the giddy Bishop Robert Lynch of Florida who sat on his ample rump while Terri Schiavo was being deliberately starved to death:  Rod Pead, editor Christian Order reveals Lynch's exuberance:

"For the rest of my days on earth," gushes Bishop Lynch, referring to the America interview, "I will be grateful to Pope Francis for this exquisite and dead-on observation: 'I see clearly that the thing the Church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful; it needs nearness, proximity. I see the Church as a field hospital after battle. It is useless to ask a seriously injured person if he has high cholesterol and about the level of his blood sugars! You have to heal his wounds, heal the wounds…. And you have to start from the ground up'."

Superficially this sounds fair enough. Yet the stated priority — "to warm the hearts of the faithful" — has already shifted and tailored "the ground" (the doctrinal foundation of faith) to accommodate perverse and naturalistic social gospel ends. "So what was left on the battlefield as the Pope might see it," concludes delighted Field Marshall Lynch, is "a church where parents are coming to accept and love their gay and lesbian children." (After all, who are the Vicar of Christ and his commanders to judge the life-and-soul-destroying behaviours/inclinations of their troops?).

Where does one begin in an attempt to assess such words?  Lynch is happy that the Church is a place where now the parents of those children who engage in unnatural vice can "accept" them as they are?  If, God forbid, one of our children should succumb to such unimaginable perversions we are, according to Lynch and the new Church he describes, to merely accept it?  If Bishop Lynch is inferring that with the new Pope in charge we no longer have to strive to keep our family and friends free from such evils then either Lynch, or the Holy Father, or both of them have either gone off their rockers or have just committed one of the most grievous offenses against faith and morals in the entire twenty-century history of the Roman Catholic Church. Let us think this through: Bishop Lynch is telling parents who have children engaging in mortal sin that all is well and that we should not get too uptight about it.

His will be one of the skulls paving the byways of Hell.


Ain't 100 years up yet?? said...

The guttural voice, the voice of Satan in his pride, boasting to Our Lord: “I can destroy your Church”

The gentle voice of Our Lord: “You can? Then go ahead and do so.”

Satan: “To do so, I need more time and more power.”

Our Lord: “How much time? How much power?

Satan: “75 to 100 years, and a greater power over those who will give themselves over to my service.”

Our Lord: “You have the time, you will have the power. Do with them what you will.”

Anonymous said...

The utterances of 'Bishop' Lynch should not surprise us. The Church has for a long time been a fully paid up member of the New World Order program. It is no minor player, it could well be a founder member along with 'elites' such as the Rockefellers. We peasants don't know, we can only guess and judge according to past experience.

PS, Catholics shouldn't buy into pope Leo XIII alleged vision of 75-100 years. To say that Our Lord is permitting souls to be placed in confusion and danger is verging on heresy.

Sensus Fidelis said...

That heresy comment is not true, Anonymous. The Lord's Prayer begs that God not put temptation before us so therefore He does permit it. Souls have been placed in confusion and danger since the earliest days and nothing happens lest God permit it. Our Lady herself alerts us to a "diabolical disorientation".

Your comment confirms that souls are indeed placed in confusion and therefore danger. Wakey wakey!

Anonymous said...

Sensus Fidelis, I understand what you are saying and don't disagree. Permit me to expand my 'reasoning'.
We are given to believe that the Catholic Church is the vehicle for individual and group salvation, and is under Our Lord's protection, namely "the gates of hell will not prevail against it". But if we are to believe pope Leo's vision the church will be weakened, ie. God's protection will be partially withdrawn and countless souls will be cast adrift who otherwise would not be so tested. Seems very unfair to those people born and living during this 100 year period. And the object of this exercise? To prove the church is under divine protection!
Appears to me to be a circular argument.
We need to be very circumspect when giving credence to visions, papal or otherwise.
For my 10 cents worth, I suspect the church will give tacit approval to both homosexuality and abortion. Indeed, some would say it already has done so. The present crisis makes the Arian heresy look like a trifling matter.

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