Welcome Information Connoisseurs

Welcome Information Connoisseurs

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Sin of sodomy is now called “marriage”

The following is an excerpt from a sermon given Sunday June 28 by Fr. William Farge, S.J.,  at St. Patrick’s Church, New Orleans. 

(Michael Hoffman’s Afterword follows)

Today Satan’s power is growing exponentially due to the enormity of human sinfulness. Today there are sins that have become institutionalized as a part of our society and even in our laws, and far from becoming angry about that, many of us have become quite  accepting. Institutionalized sin has become acceptable sin.

Perhaps one of the most glaring examples is the sin of abortion. It’s the serious sin of killing human life, a violation of the fifth commandment that has become legal. Some of our politicians have even called abortion “sacred ground” that must be defended.

The recent Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage is another clear example of mortal sin that has become institutionalized. The mortal sins of sodomy and impurity, in addition to killing, has been set in the law of the land; and to compound the seriousness of this sin, it has been given the name of a sacrament. The sin of sodomy is now called “marriage”—  a lie that is being perpetrated as a law. 

These laws are a direct attack on God’s loving plan for families and on God Himself. Our legal institutions, particularly the Supreme Court, are acting as a kind of ministry of propaganda for Satan, promoting an acceptance of sin; calling sin good. Anger should be directed against this institutionalization of sin that attacks God and our society. 

Of course, all this did not happen all of a sudden. The widespread use of contraception has degraded our sense of morality. The use of pornography has long caused a gradual breakdown in the relationships between husband and wife and parents and children. 

Certainly anger, if out of control and turned against another person, is always misdirected anger. But anger used as a weapon against evil is used for the intent that God has given it. St. Thomas Aquinas said: “The person who is tolerant of evil when there is just cause for anger is an immoral person.”

 We will be called on more and more to fight against the acceptability and tolerance of evil in our society by following Christ and obeying the Commandments. And so let us focus our anger not against other people, but against Satan and the works of sin, particularly institutionalized sin, in our world today.

Michael Hoffman's Afterword 

Let us use the power of the boycott and refuse to do business with those who promote abortion and sodomite marriage.

The boycott weapon is utilized against God-fearing Americans constantly (see here).

Last year Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich was pressured to resign by the "gay" mafia because he donated $1,000 to the California campaign to prohibit sodomite marriage.

In 2012 the Chick-a-fil restaurant chain was boycotted for supporting traditional Christian marriage and family values.

As we write these words, Donald Trump, an undeniable nincompoop, expressed (with the dim-witted rhetoric that is typical of this individual) what is nonetheless a fundamental truth: that massive illegal immigration from south of the border is contributing to crime in the United States. For speaking this truth he has been fired or closed out of more than a few corporate and cultural positions.

The enemies of God are not tolerant! They use a cry for tolerance as a weapon to advance their supremacy. We must tolerate them while they are free to persecute us into the poorhouse —  or to the swamps, deserts and mountains — away from the centers of power. 

The sodomite ("gay") lobby, the illegal immigration movement, the mandatory vaccination giveaway to Big Pharma (lately in free-wheelin' California), and the feminist-butchers of female and male unborn children, all exhibit strong characteristics of "some-are-more-equal-than-others” Orwellian, Animal Farm Stalinism, to which the media are deaf, dumb and blind.

The Confederate flag must come down. The Redskins football team must discard its name. History must be re-written. This is all done in the name of "luhv" and "against hate.” Satan the chief hater of God and man is almost always disguised. In this time of rampant masquerade this is more than ever true.

Satan has rigged the debate: the foes of many of these horrible sins, such as Lou Dobbs, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Fox News in general, mix revulsion for the change agents with adoration of the Israelis and Netanyahu. Lou Dobbs on his television program on July 1, in the course of decrying Obama's opening an embassy in Havana, slyly slipped in this question in his next breath, "What's next? An embassy in Iran?” Horrors!

His audience is so conditioned to bow to the Israeli agenda that Dobbs' shameless genuflection to America’s foreign boss, Binyamin Netanyahu, did not require a follow-up line. The sheeple instantly understood Mr. Dobbs' cue: Iran bad. “Israeli" good. That’s all we need to know.

After Obama is no longer president it will be time to march into another bloody and costly Middle Eastern quagmire that will enrich the military industrial complex that funds Tom Cotton, Jeb Bush, Lindsey Graham, McCain, Santorum and the rest of the GOP neocons. Follow the money behind these patriots-for-profit and you'll  find what truly motivates them. Democrat Mrs. Clinton is implicated in the same racket.

The "conservative" culture warriors permitted by the Establishment to function in the media of mass communication can only do so for as long as they link the battle for family values with “noble Israel,” which, in reality, is the Christ-hating, church-destroying, New Testament-vandalizing Judaic regime, and the wars in Iran, Syria and Iraq which Prime Minister Netanyahu requires U.S. men and women to fight on behalf of his God-forsaken sandbox.

The Left and the Right competing for our allegiance are both evil. A third way is required. Proverbs 4:27.

Michael Hoffman's column is funded by donations from readers and the sale of his books, newsletters and recordings.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will it be possible in the coming years to live in this society and, at the same time, be a God-fearing man?

It seems that a time will come in which we'll have to choose between living in the big wealthy globalist society and being God-fearing people, living poor lives in a remote place.