Hell: The Comment Rant.

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This is a comment I had posted some time ago concerning the probability that Christopher Hitchens is now in hell. I thought I’d re-publish it because in my eyes it makes a rather valid blog post in itself. 


…we don’t know, and therefore we can’t be certain. It would be a sin of presumption for us to do so. Still, a Catholic is not allowed to pray for souls of whom he thinks they are very probably – very probably – in hell, because the Church doesn’t pray for the souls who are in hell. 

The issue here is, I think, an issue of attitude: it can’t be that one behaves in that way and after he dies an army of people run to the keyboard to tell us that he was passionate, therefore he might have been saved. Well he was a great bastard and blasphemer enemy of…

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Posted on May 15, 2013, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. A sober and thoughtful post. The sins of our time are indeed great and wider than the one you illustrate. Our Lady of Fatima pray for us all that we may resist the evil of the days in which we live and receive God’s Mercy.

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