Rome – Build Babal Back

Truth Not Often Heard at Mass

For the law was given through Moses,
but grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.

John 1:17

A newsletter from Complicit Clergy shows up in my email box weekly. I was thinking of preparing a post with links to this great Catholic resource last week when the Roe vs. Wade overturn decision came out, and I posted a link to the decision instead. I’m glad I waited, or I might have missed the opportunity to share a message Catholics seldom hear from a diocesan priest. Few diocesan priests dare to expose the Roman Catholic hierarchy because the Vatican’s reach extends into their diocese, as evidenced by the actions of their bishops.

As I listened to this video, I didn’t see it as labeled by the editors at RTV – BABEL: Diocesan Priest Defends Traditionalists, Latin Mass. I saw it as BABAL: Diocesan Priest Defends Faithful Catholics With Truth About Rome. The video begins at 6:21minutes. To listen to the full video, click HERE.

Quick links to the articles in Complicit Clergy’s newsletter:

I want you to see some of the articles gathered by Complicit Clergy this week, but I have to tell you the graphics that accompany them are pretty enjoyable. I often get quite a chuckle despite the awful truths disclosed. Sometimes we need the grace of humor to lighten the blow of treason against the true tenets of our faith. John 1:17 says,

“For the law was given through Moses, but grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.”

There is a fine line to walk when delivering brutal truths concerning the Church hierarchy to faithful Catholics, or any Catholics for that matter. Jesus faced a different type of priest running the temple and first-century Judaism than in early Judaic times. He did not mince words when speaking the truth to them. However, to the people under them, Jesus offered grace and encouragement. I believe the diocesan priest in the video gave a homily with much grace added to some brutal truths. Like Jesus nearly 2,000 years ago, he faces a hierarchy who are nothing like the founding fathers.

If you like this post, I hope you will share it with friends and others you think need a dose of reality.

WWJD? What would Jesus do? A question I often ask myself.

God bless you always,

Nancy M.

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