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Jun 28 - Homily: Have We Been Abandoned?

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Homily #130628 ( 05min) - At times it seems God has abandoned His Church, but He guides us through Peter and his Successors who all receive the unique charism to lead the Church. We can see the good a strong leader can do in our confused world, and we need to pray that we too may receive a charism for leading others to Jesus. Ave Maria! Mass: Vigil of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul - 2nd Cl - Form: EF, Dicit Dominus Readings:  1st: act 3:1-10 Gsp: joh 21:15-19 To Download Audio go to


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  1. Joseph
    2 years ago

    God has not abandoned us - we, as a Church, have abandoned the truth of God. Vatican II was an utter disaster and for as long as we continue to lie to ourselves about it God will not look with favour upon us. We can no longer describe people who say this as 'extremist' or 'uncatholic' or 'traditionalists'. It is simply the plain, stark, brutal truth staring us in the face and until we have the humility to admit our mistakes and return to authentic Catholic liturgy, worship and theology God will continue, quite rightly, to punish us for our misdeeds and falsity of heart and faith towards him. We must, we absolutely must bite the bullet, recognise that the last 40 years have been unworthy of God, and our calling, and once again take our stand in the Church militant as soldiers of Christ.

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