Wednesday, April 25, 2018

A Catholic political party is needed to oppose Satan and leftist fascism and extremism

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The Alfie Evans case and the massive annual abortions in Britain show the need for a Catholic political party which would appeal to all Christians and also welcome non Christians of good will, as members.
Catholics still have doctrinal unity and clarity which is missing among the many Protestant communities. The Catholic Church also has a history of the non separation of Church and State which places God and not man, at the centre of all areas of life including politics.Past popes opposed usury and supported modesty in dress.
It is possible to set up a political party in Britain based on the traditional theological teachings of the Catholic Church which are not in opposition to Vatican Council II, interpreted rationally and without the common false premise.
So this would be a religio- politico party that prioritizes the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus  in harmony with Vatican Council II (AG 7, LG 14).It will be opposed by the secular political forces which appoint anti Christian judges and now an LGBT supporter who wants Alfie Evans killed.This is a demonstration of Leftist fascism and extremism, which must be opposed.
England needs a political party which can unite the Christians and it is the Catholics who have the political and religious framework which they can all use.

The Gospel Reading today 1 says those who do not believe will be condemned(Mark 16:16).Traditionally this meant outside the Catholic Church there is no salvation.Jesus says "Go out and proclaim the Good News. The Good News is that there is only salvation in Jesus as known in the only Church he founded, the Catholic Church.
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Satan through the Left  presently promotes a vague belief in Jesus with no moral and faith obligations. This is a false image of Jesus and the Church, Our Lady tells us in her messages to the priest Fr. Stefano Gobbi, founder of the Marian Movement of Priests. She also told him that the Third Secret of Fatima was kept hidden and that Satan will enter the hierarchy of the Church which will contribute to a general apostasy.

So even if a Church hierarchy defects to the Left and Satan, the fundamental doctrines and theology of the Catholic Church cannot be changed. The Church affirms the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus, in harmony with Vatican Council II, which is the basis of the old exclusivist ecclesiology of the Catholic Church. Upon this exclusivist ecclesiology is founded, the ecumenism of return, no known salvation outside the Church, the Social Reign of Christ the King and the non separation of Church and State.So there is no inherent doctrinal confusion even if the ecclesiastics try to create a rupture between Vatican Council II and the past popes.
The political party based on a Catholic ethos would be open to all people of goodwill,irrespective of religion, race etc, who share the Church's ideals. It would grant freedom to non Catholics to live their religious life, as it was possible during the time of the papal states.-Lionel Andrades


Gospel April 25,2018

Jesus appeared to the Eleven and said to them:
"Go into the whole world
and proclaim the Gospel to every creature.
Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved;
whoever does not believe will be condemned.

These signs will accompany those who believe:
in my name they will drive out demons,
they will speak new languages.
They will pick up serpents with their hands,
and if they drink any deadly thing, it will not harm them.
They will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover."

Then the Lord Jesus, after he spoke to them,
was taken up into heaven
and took his seat at the right hand of God.
But they went forth and preached everywhere,
while the Lord worked with them
and confirmed the word through accompanying signs.


APRIL 23, 2018

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Catholic political party needed in England

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