What Page of Apocalypse are we on then?

'The Lord is victorious' ~ Pope Benedict XVI
'In an interview with La Stampa’s Vatican Insider today, the President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Bishop Ignacio Carrasco de Paula, has backed the decision of the German Bishops conference to permit use of the morning after pill in Catholic hospitals for rape victims.' (Source: Life Site News)

Wow. I must confess that these are words I never imagined reading. I knew I should have stayed in bed today. Does anyone know what page we are on in the Apocalypse of St John the Divine yet? I'm kind of thinking of hunkering down and laying low for a while. Is there a cave somewhere in Sussex? Preferably one with central heating...

Long awaited proof of masonry at work in the Church?
The Pontifical Academy for Life!? No wonder the 'Fatima nuts' are thought mad by the majority of Bishops and Cardinals of the world. The next Pope isn't just going to have to be 'strong'. He's going to have to built like a brick****house!

Our Lady has promised that in the end, her Immaculate Heart will triumph, let us never lose sight of that. Let us pray that when it does, she will find us doing God's will and playing our part in the restoration of Holy Mother Church. Continue to pray for Pope Benedict XVI and pray for his Successor. His Holiness himself has said, "I, retired in prayer, will always be with you, and together we will move ahead with the Lord in certainty. The Lord is victorious."


Warning: If you haven't seen at least the first Matrix movie, you won't get this joke.

Comments

Lynda said…
The lack of logic and coherent moral reason is astounding. One doesn't take any risk as regards killing an embryo human being.
Anonymous said…
I found the letter of St Jude to be very apt at this time.
Left-footer said…
Pray that Cardinal Arinze is elected Pope, and moves the Vatican lock, stock, and barrel to Nigeria.

"Spiritual wickedness in high places" is giving me insomnia.
We seem to be living in very strange times, indeed! It seems that the mother of all heresies, Modernism, is making one last stand.

Let's keep praying the prayer of the early Church: 'Come, Lord. Do not delay!'

Maybe it's worth encouraging those who love the Church and who are physically able to do so to fast on bread and water alone from the point the See of Rome falls vacant till the election of a new Pope? We need to use every spiritual weapon at our disposal.