Open Letter to the Catholic Bishops

 

Christ’s faithful are at liberty to make known their needs,
especially their spiritual needs, and their wishes to the Pastors of the Church.
They have the right, indeed at times the duty,
in keeping with their knowledge, competence and position,
to manifest to the sacred Pastors their views on matters
which concern the good of the Church. 
They have the right also to make their views known to others of Christ’s faithful, 
but in doing so they must always respect the integrity of faith and morals,
show due reverence to their Pastors,
and take into account both
the common good and dignity of individuals.
Code of Canon Law, 212

 

 

DEAR Catholic Bishops,

After a year and a half of living in a state of “pandemic”, I am compelled by the undeniable scientific data and testimony of individuals, scientists, and doctors to beg the hierarchy of the Catholic Church to reconsider its widespread support for “public health measures” that are, in fact, gravely endangering public health. As society is being divided between the “vaccinated” and “unvaccinated” — with the latter suffering everything from exclusion from society to the loss of income and livelihood — it is shocking to see some shepherds of the Catholic Church encouraging this new medical apartheid.Continue reading

Following the Science?

 

EVERYONE from clergy to politicians have repeatedly said we must “follow the science”.

But have lockdowns, PCR testing, social distancing, masking, and “vaccination” actually been following the science? In this powerful exposé by award winning documentarian Mark Mallett, you’ll hear renowned scientists explain how the path we’re on may not be “following the science” at all… but a path to unspeakable sorrows.Continue reading

Unmasking the Facts

 

Mark Mallett is a former award-winning journalist with CTV News Edmonton (CFRN TV) and resides in Canada. The following article is regularly updated to reflect new science.


 

THERE perhaps is no issue more contentious than the mandatory mask laws spreading across the world. Aside from sharp disagreements on their effectiveness, the issue is dividing not only the general public but churches. Some priests have forbidden parishioners to enter the sanctuary without masks while others have even called the police on their flock.[1]October 27th, 2020; lifesitenews.com Some regions have required that face coverings be enforced in one’s own home [2]lifesitenews.com while some countries have mandated that individuals wear masks while driving alone in your car.[3]Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, looptt.com Dr. Anthony Fauci, heading up the U.S. COVID-19 response, goes even further saying that, aside from a facial mask, “If you have goggles or an eye shield, you should use it”[4]abcnews.go.com or even wear two.[5]webmd.com, January 26th, 2021 And Democrat Joe Biden stated, “masks save lives — period,”[6]usnews.com and that when he becomes President, his first action will be to force mask wearing across the board claiming, “These masks make a gigantic difference.”[7]brietbart.com And that he did. Some Brazilian scientists alleged that actually refusing to wear a facial covering is a sign of a “serious personality disorder.”[8]the-sun.com And Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, flatly stated that mask wearing and social distancing will be with us for “several years”[9]cnet.com as did a Spanish virologist.[10]marketwatch.comContinue reading

Footnotes

The Religion of Scientism

 

scientism | ˈsʌɪəntɪz(ə)m | noun:
excessive belief in the power of scientific knowledge and techniques

We must also face the fact that certain attitudes 
deriving from the mentality of “this present world”
can penetrate our lives if we are not vigilant.
For example, some would have it that only that is true
which can be verified by reason and science… 
Catechism of the Catholic Church, n. 2727

 

SERVANT of God Sr. Lucia Santos gave a most prescient word regarding the coming times that we are now living:

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Unbelievable Odds

THE NOW WORD ON MASS READINGS
for December 16th, 2013

Liturgical texts here


Christ in the Temple,
by Heinrich Hoffman

 

 

WHAT would you think if I could tell you who the President of the United States will be five hundred years from now, including what signs will precede his birth, where he will be born, what his name will be, what family line he will descend from, how he will be betrayed by a member of his cabinet, for what price, how he will be tortured, the method of execution, what those around him will say, and even with whom he will be buried. The odds of getting every single one of these projections right are astronomical.

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Measuring God

 

IN a recent letter exchange, an atheist said to me,

If sufficient evidence was shown to me, I would start witnessing for Jesus tomorrow. I don’t know what that evidence would be, but I’m sure an all-powerful, all-knowing deity such as Yahweh would know what it would take to get me to believe. So that means Yahweh must not want me to believe (at least at this time), otherwise Yahweh could show me the evidence.

Is it that God does not want this atheist to believe at this time, or is it that this atheist is not prepared to believe in God? That is, is he applying the principles of the “scientific method” to the Creator Himself?Continue reading

A Painful Irony

 

I have spent several weeks dialoguing with an atheist. There’s perhaps no better exercise to build one’s faith. The reason being is that irrationality is a sign itself of the supernatural, for confusion and spiritual blindness are hallmarks of the prince of darkness. There are some mysteries the atheist cannot solve, questions he cannot answer, and some aspects of human life and the origins of the universe that cannot be explained by science alone. But this he will deny by either ignoring the subject, minimizing the question at hand, or ignoring scientists who refute his position and only quoting those who do. He leaves many painful ironies in the wake of his “reasoning.”

 

 

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