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Friday, 26 September 2014

Calling Evil Good Is Sin

Some Catholics seem confused about evil. These Catholics may reveal a larger number of Catholics who are confused about evil.

These "some" Catholics to which I refer are bloggers and commentators who refuse to call good good and evil evil.

No position, no "religion" in this world is neutral.

I would like to quote our Founder:“Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters. Matthew 12:30

Blogger and commentators have overlooked this statement of Our Lord. One does not ever stand in a neutral position before God and man.

Examples: so-called "religions" which do not hold that Christ is God and Man and which do not follow the Ten Commandments, believe in Revelation and reject Christ's teachings as given through the one, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church are not "neutral".  Paganism is not "neutral. Islam is not "neutral". Buddhism is not "neutral".

More examples: the mass media is not neutral; political parties are not neutral; the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are not neutral; rock music is not neutral; most television shows are not neutral; Common Core is not neutral, and so on.

Why do people not see that groups and individuals are either for or against God?

Catholics who refuse to consider this fact will be swept away when the tribulation comes as they have muddied the clarity of discernment given to them by God.

More examples: stores and restaurant chains which give to Planned Parenthood are not neutral; companies which give money for PP or for fetal based research are not neutral, which includes Pepsi and many cosmetic companies.

I could go on.

When Catholics finally decide to totally follow Christ and not compromise, we shall see a strong Church. It is cynical and sinful to accept evil and downright evil to call evil good.

More examples: Twilight, Harry Potter, Dungeons and Dragons, New Age groups, yoga, reiki, and such are evil. Masonry is evil, as are all the secret societies.The list is long. These things are not neutral nor good.

If a Catholic cannot see what is good and what is evil, one must do what my old spiritual director told me ages ago. Ask God to show you the sin in your life which stops or perverts your discernment.

It is sin which clouds our ability to see good and see evil for what these are.

And, in this time, ignorance is not an excuse.

I have discussed the last set of examples with several exorcists who all agree on what games, books, practices are evil, what are doors to direct contact with demonic influence. I have listed some above. We need to make choices for good, not evil.

If you are compromising, you are cooperating with evil. Simple.

May I quote Moses:
19 I call heaven and earth to witness against you today that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Choose life so that you and your descendants may live,