Friday, November 19, 2021



Volume: 941                         November 20, 2021


The ultimate scandal as the USCCB defies the Catechism itself.

Through the centuries the Holy Roman Catholic Church has found scandal to be their constant companion.  Occurring almost exclusively in the various Diocese of the church, there has been ongoing scandal longer than any living being can remember.

There has been the long-brewing, long-burning fire of sexual abuse and homosexuality in the church’s library of scandals.  To a lesser extent, but no less serious, we’ve seen American Dioceses twist Vatican II to their own evil ends.  Again, look to the various dioceses for scandal of nearly every form.

Let me remind you that the Religious Orders of the church such as Franciscans, Benedictines, etc. have been largely untouched by the pollution of truth promoted through the various dioceses around the world.  Nowhere, however, has this blasphemy been promoted more widely than in the United States of America.  Yes, in matters of blasphemy and heresy, the United States Council of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) ranks at the top of the list!

The most egregious of scandals is the USCCB directly defying the most basic and dogmatic tenets of the church.  They have mocked and ignored the 6th Commandment from the Mosaic tablets and thousands of years of Catholic Doctrine.  The 6th Commandment, for those of you who aren’t up to speed, says, “Thou shalt not kill.”  Can you dig it?

Some would argue this does not apply to the unborn, except that popes and church leaders as far back as Jesus Christ himself, have roundly condemned the practice of killing anyone, born or unborn.  In the book of Luke 17:2, the Lord himself says, “It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck and he cast into the sea, than that he should scandalize one of these little ones.Douay-Rheims Bible.

The USCCB recently met to determine the status of Catholics in high office who commit mortal sin yet regularly receive the Holy Eucharist.  For hundreds of years the Catechism of the Catholic Church has made it abundantly clear that nobody in a state of mortal sin may partake of the body and blood of Jesus Christ.  In the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Section 1415 states, “Anyone who desires to receive Christ in Eucharistic communion must be in the state of grace.  Anyone aware of having sinned mortally must not receive communion without having received absolution in the sacrament of penance.”

Anyone, politician or not, is subject to this rule and most basic tenet of the church.  The USCCB has broadly ignored these two facts:

1.  According to church doctrine going back over the centuries, and instituted by Christ himself, to take a human life is wrong.  The 6th Commandment from the Old Testament as well as Christ’s own words from the New Testament make it clear that abortion is a sin, indeed the sin of murder of the innocent, in direct violation of God’s will and command.

2.  As America’s President Joe Biden and America’s Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi ascribe to be good and devout Catholics they still support the murder of the unborn at all stages of life.  They openly endorse practices such as artificial birth control, and even euthanasia.

With such heresy as challenging the very precepts of Catholic Doctrine, how can they not be in a continuing state of mortal sin?

Each and every time a Catholic partakes of Holy Communion while in a state of mortal sin, he or she is committing sacrilege, a sin which can only be forgiven through a ‘tedious process of reconciliation beginning with priestly confession”.  According to the Code of Canon Law, Those who … obstinately persist in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to Communion” (Canon 915).

So it’s a ‘done deal’ where the USCCB stands, as every voting member of the conference who upholds Biden’s and Pelosi’s right to Communion is also in a state of mortal sin.  Their flimsy and undefendable excuse is that they do not wish to “politicise the issue”.  Brothers and Sisters in Christ, murder is not a political subject, nor is it defendable for any reason including the USCCB’s wish not to ‘politicise’ the issue.

Let us pray for these evil-doers, thorns in the garden of life, that they will come to realize that the basic and dogmatic doctrine of the Holy Church is not subject to interpretation neither is it variable or changeable.

I’m Max, and that’s the way I see it!

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