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Mother Teresa & Child Abuse
I recently came upon
: It is a fascinating horror story about Mother Teresa, which
TIA had touched upon
in an article on her pedophile spiritual director. Caution: a few of the details are hideous.
I have been reading about Mother Teresa quite a lot lately, as evidenced by that book I very cautiously recommended –
An Unquenchable Thirst
. I have also read the short book about
Mother Teresa, The Missionary Position
, by professional atheist Christopher Hitchens.
Hitchens was very anti-Catholic, but his book has some merit. Mother Teresa comes across as a contradictory figure – and the book of course mentions none of the very legitimate criticisms of her faith that you have made about Mother Teresa in TIA (
Sacrilegious Communion of a transsexual in Argentina
We also have
posted the news
that an Argentine transsexual committed sacrilege in the Saint Expeditus Sanctuary during the patron feast in Buenos Aires.
This sodomite transsexual Edgardo Luis Tagliani is related to Argentina's gay activist nun Mónica Astorga Cremona, founder of a gay NGO to which Bergoglio gave his support that promotes homosexuality, transsexuality and also supports gay labor inclusion, the pseudo-gay identity and gender ideology in Argentina.
Bergoglio promotes a gay NGO of transsexuals activists that operates in a Catholic
monastery in Neuquén-Argentina
that promote gender ideology.
Firmes en la Fé
– Firm in the Faith
I greatly enjoyed the series on subsidiarity in the Feudal Middle Ages, including the article
Subsidiarity & Feudalism
Would you be able to recommend any book (s) on this subject, such as Prof. de Oliveira himself perhaps used as the foundation of his writings?
We recommended several books to another reader who had a similar question. Probably you will benefit from reading the answer we gave him,
TIA correspondence desk
Feel-Good Saccharine Heresy
I saw the title of your website page: «
Please, Don’t Call Protestants Christians
I wanted to say that even if I’m not Catholic, I regard myself as a Christian. I believe in Jesus-Christ who was crucified and resurrected.
When I see the title of your page, I don’t feel well and I don’t think it’s the good way to unite us all because it could trigger hate and not love.
And even if the Catholic Church is the only true Church, please think about these verses in Mark 9:
38 “Teacher,” said John, “we saw someone driving out demons in your name and we told him to stop, because he was not one of us.” 39 “Do not stop him,” Jesus said. “For no one who does a miracle in my name can in the next moment say anything bad about me, 40 for whoever is not against us is for us. 41 Truly I tell you, anyone who gives you a cup of water in my name because you belong to the Messiah will certainly not lose their reward.
I pray for the unity of all Christians as I think it was also the desire of Jesus himself and in plus, maybe if we were all united, the world could maybe believe in Jesus:
John 17: 20 “My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, 21 that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me.
I hope I’m not hurting you by writing this message. I pray for the unity of all Christians and I pray also for you and your family, that God will bless you and be with you forever, in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus-Christ.
Hello Mr. B.H.,
Your approach is based on feelings. A man’s position should be based on principles, since we are rational animals.
This is particularly true when we discuss the Faith. There is no way for us to be united if we do not profess the same Creed.
Now then, you Protestants deny many Catholic dogmas, such as Transubstantiation at the Mass and the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist; you deny the role of Our Lady in the birth, formation and redemption of Christ, and the dogmas related to her – the Immaculate Conception, Virgin before, during and after parturition, her Assumption to Heaven; further you deny the universal mediation of Most Holy Mary for all the graces that come from Heaven.
You also deny the existence of Purgatory and the value of prayers for the souls that are there; you deny the intercession of the Saints before God; you deny the Infallibility of the Pope and the Petrine Primacy; many of your sects even deny the role of the Hierarchy of the Bishops; you further deny the unity of the teachings of the Holy Scriptures by transposing them into as many different versions and interpretations as you want, following your arrogant lunacy of admitting free examination of the Bible; because of this, in practice you deny that the Bible is inspired by the Holy Ghost.
These are some of the differences that exist between a Catholic and a Protestant.
Now then, when you consciously deny so many important truths and dogmas of the true Faith left to us by Our Lord Jesus Christ, you cannot be in His grace or be called a Christian.
Protestants constructed a different spiritual reality that you call Jesus, which has nothing to do with the real Jesus Christ whose sole Mystical Body is the Catholic Church.
So then, this Jesus you adore is not the Word Incarnate. This person is someone else quite different from Him. Just as the false god the Jews adore is not the True God but the Devil, although they pretend he is and use the name God (cf. Jo 8: 44-45), yours also is not Our Lord Jesus Christ but the Devil.
Regarding the "miracles" you claim Protestants do, we believe that the ones that are not tricks by charlatan ministers in fact come from the Devil.
In conclusion, we Catholics cannot be united with you Protestants unless you abjure all your heresies and officially adhere to the ensemble of dogmas of the Catholic Faith.
Any other kind of "union" is the mirage of a false ecumenism that, with its total relativization of the truths of the Faith, is inexorably leading both Catholics and Protestants to Hell.
We hope this answer will help you realize these truths and abandon your illusory feel-good saccharine heresy of universal salvation.
TIA correspondence desk
Posted May 10, 2018
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