Posts Tagged ‘Change’


Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments (CNS) 


The cardinal said:

Some high-ranking prelates, above all those coming from opulent nations, are working to cause modifications to Christian morality with regard to the absolute respect for life from conception until natural death, the question of the divorced and civilly remarried, and other problematic family situations. These ‘guardians of the faith’ however ought not to lose sight of the fact that the problem posed by the fragmentation of the ends of marriage is a problem of natural morality.

He continued:

The great derivations became manifest when some prelates or Catholic intellectuals began to say or write ‘a green light for abortion,’ ‘a green light for euthanasia.’ Now, from the moment that Catholics abandon the teaching of Jesus and the Magisterium of the Church, they contribute to the destruction of the natural institution of marriage as well as the family and it is now the entire human family which finds itself fractured by this new betrayal on the part of priests.

During his visit to Belgium, Cardinal Sarah also gave an interview with Catholic media outlet Cathobel in which he repeated his criticism of fellow clergy.

FULL ARTICLE: http://catholicherald.co.uk/news/2018/02/28/cardinal-sarah-high-ranking-prelates-are-trying-to-change-christian-morality/#.Wpksvj5q_u0.facebook

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“Dr. Laura Haynes, a psychologist and Christian marriage counselor, agrees, saying “it is premature to ban” RT. She notes the political agenda for gay rights will crumble if it is proven that RT works and homosexuality is not an inborn trait. “If people benefit from therapy, then it implies they were sick. If they can change, then they don’t need civil rights,” she says.”


Source: Gay Lobby Demonizes Therapy for Unwanted Same-Sex Attraction

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“Every time I turn on the television they talk about addiction now — alcohol, drugs, and they say you can get out,” he said. “If you can get out of those strong addictions, how come you can’t get out of the homosexual … lifestyle? It’s an addiction.”

DeJiacomo has written an autobiography, and is currently raising funds to have it professionally edited and published. His project is meant to help rescue others “out of the theatre of darkness” of the gay lifestyle.”

Source: From Misery to Joy: The Story of David DeJiacomo

Donate here:  https://www.fundingmorality.com/dejiacomo

God Bless!


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Cardinal Gerhard Muller

“Cardinal Müller went on to reflect on the importance of Pope Benedict XVII’s reference to the “hermeneutic of continuity” to interpret the Faith:

Without a hermeneutic of continuity and of reform, the Church would secularize itself and would turn into something more similar to a humanitarian organization. If this would happen there would be no reason to be part of the Church. The hermeneutic of reform and continuity is nothing more than the hermeneutic of faith as it is testified by the Holy Scripture, that lives in the apostolic tradition interpreted in the authentic way of the magisterium. Certainly, the Church is founded on revelation, and not on the magisterium.”


Source: Ideological Efforts to Change Doctrine Since Vatican II Are Deeply Misguided, Says Cdl. Müller

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Haiti: Real Change

I like the video so I put it here on my sight for a reminder of two years ago of the tragedy of Haiti and its people.

Quoted from above video:

“Two organizations came together to make real change in Haiti. For more information or to donate go to their websites.


Special thanks to Charity Long for donating the use of her performance of the song, ‘All the Poor and Powerless’.

Check out Charity’s website at http://www.charitylongmusic.com or purchase it on iTunes or Amazon.”

God Bless us all in our blessings.

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