"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The madness of modernity in marriage

The madness of modernity in marriage

Amongst the many things wrong in the Conciliar Church we provide another example to demonstrate why we need to pray urgently for these "blind priests". This Sacrament left by Our Lord should not be turned into some man centered spectacle as the New Mass is. Have we not been warned before Vatican II of these heretics who would occupy "our buildings". Case in point, the video below...

His name is Bruno Maggioni. He’s a well-known and popular Novus Ordo priest in Italy who is famous for dancing, clapping, and singing secular songs during weddings he officiates.

Who is the center of attention in this “Mass”? Jesus Christ or Don Bruno?

…and ends it with a kiss for the bride — and TWO for the groom! 

The Sacrament is holy:
Pope Leo XIII: We are concerned about the whole Christian flock, as Our apostolic duties require, for We have given frequent instruction concerning the sanctity of marriage. Jesus Christ, the author of the new covenant, translated the duty of nature into sacraments, and this duty cannot be divorced from religion and immersed in worldly [affairs]. Preceded by sacred rite, it can bring about a more tranquil and happy life for the spouses, strengthen family harmony, raise children more correctly, and suitably provide for the welfare of its community. Indeed, We have treated this matter in greater detail in Our apostolic letter Arcanum divinae sapientiae consilium. In that letter We wanted to remind the faithful of the vigilant cares which the Church has shown for preserving the honor and sanctity of marriage, for the Church is the best guardian and avenger of mankind. We also reminded the civil authorities of what matters they could rightfully regulate. It is not necessary for Us to bring each of these examples to your attention. It is, however, relevant to mention again that the leaders of the state have authority in human affairs which led to marriage and generally concern civil matters. However, in the truly Christian marriage, they have no authority, for this matter should be left to the jurisdiction of the Church, which is not established by men.
Quam religiosa, no. 4 (August 16, 1898), emphasis adde

A Refresher on Catholic Teaching
about Marriage


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