TradCatKnight Radio: "Timing & Cruelty Of The Antichrist"
Talk given 2-29-2016 (aprx 3 hours)
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Topics covered in this talk: new hyperlinks/related sections added to blogs, trolling, Lefebvre and Sedevacantism, misleading pseudo traditionalists and sedevacantists, new website additions, Chiesa Viva and TCK, latest Church and Endtime News, St. Columbcille Prophecy, Unilateral Recognition of SSPX coming?, latest TCK poem, ISIS "kill list", real vs fake friends, Weight of One Holy Mass, 12 Reasons to Run To our Mother, 6 Ways For a Joyful Life, the timing and crulety of the Antichrist and much more!
Whatever is founded on mere sensuality, vanity, or frivolity, is unworthy to be called friendship. I mean such attractions as are purely external; a sweet voice, personal beauty, and the cleverness or outward show which have great weight with some. You will often hear women and young people unhesitatingly decide that such an one is very delightful, very admirable, because he is good-looking, well-dressed, sings, or dances, or talks well. Even charlatans esteem the wittiest clown amongst them as their best man. But all these things are purely sensual, and the connections built on such foundation must be vain and frivolous, more fitly to be called trifling than friendship. They spring up chiefly among young people, who are easily fascinated by personal attractions, dress, and gossip - friendships in which the tailor and hairdresser have the chief part. How can such friendships be other than shortlived, melting away like snow wreaths in the sun!'