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Irish ‘Catholics’

Via Fr Z’s blog:

A new video from Michael Voris.

Weep.

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2 thoughts on “Irish ‘Catholics’

  1. Indeed the Irish Roman Catholicism of my youth and that of Dublin Catholicism today, are poles apart! With Vatican II, and the idea of that one could be a non-Christian, and do his/her best in their religious place and still go the heaven, began this grave departure from both classic Catholicism and the biblical doctrine of salvation, now a generation or so later the RCC wonders why people don’t go to mass any longer, nor really believe in the Church itself! Not to mention the whole moral loss within the ranks of the Church also. Indeed the whole Church Catholic and Protestant has been affected by modernism and postmodernism, and the authority of both Scripture and Church has seen much apostasy! And just what and where is that authority today?

    “However, when the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on the earth?” (Lk. 18:8)

    1. Note, I still love the best of the RCC, the church of my birth and youth. But the Catholic Church itself, must simply begin to cut down the laxity, and the shift of postmodernity, to a Church of faith and belief again. The Church must always make disciples, i.e. disciples of Christ! And not disciples of just ‘getting along’ together. The latter can only come as we Christians walk our walk, but even then, we are going to be hated by unbelief and atheism, and a world drifting apart from God, and finally into evil itself!

      “You will be hated by all because of My name, but the one who endures to the end, he will be saved.” (Mk. 13: 13)

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