This upcoming Tuesday, November 2nd is All Souls’ Day on the Catholic liturgical calendar. On this day Catholics are encouraged to pray for the souls allegedly suffering in purgatory. In Europe, it is the custom of Catholics to visit cemeteries on this day to light candles and pray for deceased loved ones so that their purgatory sentence will be shortened (photo above).
- ‘God love ya’: Warm relationship between the world’s two most powerful Catholics on display as Biden and Pope Francis meet
Yesterday’s news headlines were dominated by the meeting between the world’s two “most powerful” Catholics, pope Francis and U.S. president, Joe Biden. Conservative American bishops want to bar abortion genocide supporter, Biden, from receiving the Jesus wafer, but pope Francis has stated he is against excommunicating Catholic pols who supports abortion. After the meeting, “Biden said Francis had told him he was pleased he was a ‘good Catholic,’ and that he should continue receiving communion, despite opposition from some conservative American bishops over his support for abortion.” Neither pope Francis or Joe Biden know the genuine Gospel of salvation by God’s grace alone, through faith alone, in Jesus Christ alone.
- Identity Crisis at Notre Dame: Confusion and Catholicism at America’s “flagship” Catholic university
The LGBTQ+ steamroller has already made deep inroads at the University of Notre Dame, Roman Catholicism’s flagship university in the United States.
I imagine this new Catholic Information Center in Greenville, South Carolina won’t be making a huge impact, but some curious souls will be snared by Roman Catholicism’s false gospel.
We featured a news article on October 2nd, which reported that pope Francis referred to EWTN’s criticism’s of his papacy as “the work of the devil” (see here). In reaction, Charles Chaput, conservative former-archbishop of Philadelphia and former board member of EWTN stated that the pope’s claim was “simply vindictive and false.”
The number of Roman Catholics is declining in Europe and the United States, but growing throughout the rest of the world. These 1.3 billion people are following a false gospel and don’t know Jesus Christ as Savior.
The terms, “evangelical” and “born-again’ Christian have lost much of their meaning.
At my workplace, the productivity rate is about 50%. The young workers routinely come in late and leave early. When they are there, they’re often engaged in bull sessions or consulting their smart phone. Half-hour lunches are stretched into one hour. They stop working altogether two hours before quitting time. Supervision? Our supervisor is reluctant to confront the bad behaviors.