Faith And Confession In The Age Of Stupidity

The Age Of Stupidity is here.

The Age Of Stupidity is here.

Predictably, the Francis effect is unfolding.

Not only there is an army of Catholics openly at variance with the Church, but in the new Age of Stupidity this army more and more gets to believe that Francis and his successors will move things in their direction. The perception clearly generated is that Francis will demolish all he can demolish himself, and pave the way for further demolitions after him.

The wrecking ball humbly devastating Catholicism is, predictably, also showing its destructive effect on the sacraments. Five percent say they now go to confession more often, twenty two percent less. Is it surprising? With a Pope treating all sacraments like something that does nothing else than improving your day – remember: he cannot imagine God doing more than slapping one on the wrist; salvation is open even to atheists; Muslims should cling to their own religion; Jews have their own reserved lane to Jesus – how can one be surprised that the sacraments are neglected?

I suspect the five percent going to confession more often do it rather as a reaction to Francis than because they like him. Those who like him have no reason to do anything than feel pleased with themselves: no judging anymore, no fear of the Lord. Converting others no Catholicism? No, no, no!

Sit back and relax: the Humble Pope will tell you everything you need to hear.

One year later, the damage made by the Age of Stupidity cannot be ignored. The demolition is not even subtle. It's brutally explicit, vulgar, unashamed of its own irreligiousness, shouted from the rooftops.

Please, Lord, free us from this scourge.

Mundabor

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Posted on March 7, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. More and more this man is showing himself to be the Catholic version of Obama. Just as Obama said in is first campaign that America needed to be fundamentally changed (translation: destroyed), Francis seems to want to do the same to the Catholic Church.

  2. “More and more this man is showing himself to be the Catholic version of Obama.”

    As a candidate for president, Obama talked of his so-called ‘love’ for the USA: he also said he wanted to “fundamentally transform” the country.

    Why would anyone want to “fundamentally transform” something they love and celebrate?

    Doesn’t quite compute.

    But people say the funniest things.

    Next thing you know, Bishop Francis will be telling us he’s “a loyal son of the Church.” ;)

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