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Robert Morrison | Remnant Columnist

This document is quite possibly the most wicked statement possible on human dignity.

According to Francis, all religions (other than unadulterated Catholicism) are worthwhile and can contribute to the common good and the promotion of peace.

Christ is the goal of human history; He is the focal point of the longings of history and of civilization; He is the center of the human race; He is the joy of every heart and the answer of all its yearnings; He is the Alpha and Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end; and it is the Church’s “single intention” that God’s kingdom may come. Thus says Vatican II, and yet the “great defenders of Vatican II” persecute Traditional Catholics because we assert that Christ is King.

“And the governor answering, said to them: Whether will you of the two to be released unto you? But they said, Barabbas. Pilate saith to them: What shall I do then with Jesus that is called Christ? They say all: Let Him be crucified.” (Matthew 27:21-22)

Without the opportunity to defend Jesus from the Bad Thief’s insults, perhaps the Good Thief might have remained silent, without turning to Our Lord for mercy. Then, as now, God uses the wickedness of others to bring about the salvation of those who make use of His mercy.

If we seek that “real Paradise” on earth, we will find it beneath the Cross, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, suffering for Jesus. And if the saints could return from Heaven for anything, it would be to stand there with any of us who have the courage and wisdom to stay close to Our Lady of Sorrows.

We can see the refined contours of the Synodal Church through four themes considered in the new Synodal document: the need to adapt to the modern world and globalist objectives; proclaiming Christianity of the lowest common denominator; unity in diversity of religious beliefs; and a new relationship with the Bishop of Rome.

Everything in Biden’s America is inverted: lies are considered truths, and truths are considered lies; evil is treated as virtue; virtue is treated as evil. And our representatives are too compromised or corrupt to do anything about it.

If those who had witnessed the Miracle of the Sun in 1917 had been granted a vision of what transpired forty-five years later at the beginning of the Council, many would have understood that the Church was being eclipsed by its enemies.

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“If you perchance have any bad habit, endeavor to break from it speedily, now that God calls you. And as long as your conscience smites you, rejoice; for it is a sign that God has not yet abandoned you. But amend, give up sin at once; for if not, the wound will become gangrenous, and you will be lost.” (p. 79)

Much like other Catholic spiritual works dedicated to Lenten reflections, St. Alphonsus Liguori’s Meditations and Readings for Every Day of Lent offers daily reminders that we must not waste a moment in amending our lives. Our Lord died on the Cross to save us, and He wants us to go to Heaven, but at a certain point the obstinate sinner will have no more chances to return to God. So we must make every effort to amend now, lest we discover too late that we have squandered our last opportunity to petition God’s mercy.