Pious Hogwash: Love.

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“At the evening of life, we shall be judged on our love.”

This phrase of St. John of the Cross is, at times, misused by the usual cafeteria Catholics.

By mentioning it, they state or imply that love saves. I am sorry to burst anyone’s bubble, but love doesn’t save.

Every monster is capable of love. Every serial rapist and killer can have people whom he loves. Most of them certainly have. Therefore, love is not the key opening the gates of Heaven. 

Nor is that kind of love that translates into “doing good”, but with no faith in God behind it. It has always been Catholic teaching that salvation is the fruit of the works that come from the faith. Faith with no work will yield no salvation; but so will the works without the faith.

If you reject Christ until the end, Christ will reject you in…

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Posted on December 1, 2014, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hey mr. Mundabor,
    I’m enjoying your post lately 😀
    Please write more about St. Pius X, he’s my favorite Saint. 😉

    Thank you

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