Archive for June, 2011
June 26, 2011
Catholic Bishops need to act firmly and unambiguously
“What we’re about to do is redefine what the American family is and that’s a good thing” – NY dem state senator Carl Kruger. And that is exactly what the homosexual marriage movement is about. Once everything and anything is a family, nothing is a family. That is the “the good thing” the left longs to achieve.
For the record, state senator Kruger, who had previously voted against same sex marriage, was recently “outed” as the result of a federal bribery indictment. So at least we can understand where he is coming from.
But why was Catholic NY Governor Andrew Cuomo leading the charge to “redefine the family”? And more importantly, how long will, or can, America’s Catholic Bishops allow prominent progressive Catholics to defy the Church’s teaching on the sanctity of traditional marriage?
Category: Homosexual Marriage
June 11, 2011
Saint Maria Faustina suffered for “souls murdered in the womb”
Our Christian Conservative Spectator blog has temporarily moved off of politics to run a series of posts on “Turning America To The Divine Mercy” as offered to mankind by Jesus through the Diary Of Saint Maria Faustina.
Perhaps at no time in our history has America as a country been in such dire need of God’s Mercy, and the state sanctioned genocide of 52 million helpless boys and girls in their mother’s wombs is without doubt the greatest reason.
Cloaking the dismemberment, decapitation and poisoning of our children as a “freedom” may be Satan’s greatest achievement. A woman’s freedom or “right to choose”, we are told by feminists and the billion dollar abortion industry, is a “privacy issue” which impacts no one else. But someone always suffers for each abortion.
Jesus Himself made that clear to us when Saint Faustina began to experience nightly sufferings in “reparation to God for the souls murdered in the womb”.
June 4, 2011
No human being is qualified to demand or grant the “right to die”
America’s foremost proponent, and practitioner, of physician assisted suicide had been hospitalized for two weeks suffering from a heart condition, kidney disease and respiratory problems. Dr Jack, however, did not go out as a shining example for his cause. Dr D chose to fight death until the very end, succumbing suddenly to pulmonary thrombosis after a blood clot in his leg broke free and became lodged in his heart.
There has been some understandable mockery made in the press over Kevorkian’s seeming hypocrisy. But Jack Kevorkian had the same inalienable right to live every day God granted him that all men and women should have. We pray for the repose of his soul.
The real hypocrisy of Jack Kevorkian’s life was the false premise of euthanasia – Dr Kevorkian’s claims to be a practitioner of mercy granting “the right to die”.