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Guest Opinion: Fr. Jay Scott Newman in the Lion's Den Comments

As America descends further into decadence and decline, the lines will be drawn between the forces of darkness and the forces of light. Continue Reading

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  1. Pennye Wilder
    6 years ago

    We have three generation of people who were never catechised in tradition or the Magisterium. What can we expect from them? God bless and preserve father Newman and all priests like him. the other cowards will have to answer to almighty God. Be glad you don't live in my archdiocese. Los Angeles!

  2. rita
    6 years ago

    Thank you, Father. You assessments are correct; personally, I can barely stand to read the blogs. The ignorance and vilification of Christ’s Church is appalling. My principal concern is Catholics--we are held to a higher standard. I am convinced until our bishops teach, and speak clearly, as did Father Newman, the attitude among the Faithful will persist and the murders called "choice" will never lessen.

    Bishops must utilize canonical penalties for even remote cooperation--"authentic" proportionate reasons excused--to get the attention of Catholics. Here is a quote I like--it seems appropriate. “We declare that the greater part of those who are damned have brought the calamity on themselves by ignorance of the mysteries of the Faith, which they should have known and believed, in order to be united with the elect.” -Pope Benedict XIV (1740-1758)

    Long live Christ the King!

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