St. John Vianney’s
sermons makes one realize that one is either a Servant of God or a Servant of
There is no middle ground. Either one thinks like God or one will think like the devils.
Why is it that we all kid ourselves into thinking there is a middle course, the course of just getting by, or tolerating evil and not doing enough for God?
Why is it that we excuse ourselves by saying that Catholicism is just “too hard’ and that people just are not good enough to be Catholics?
The problem is simply a lack of faith in the sufficient grace from God. So many Catholics never think about grace, or God’s Presence in this very moment, as you read these words.
In the last several months, I have written how I have found so many Americans are asleep, not facing the real world of decay and imminent tyranny. So many Catholics are worse than asleep. They are spiritually dead.
The wealth and ease of American life are two causes for this death-the stronger belief in the American utopia, rather than the
is endemic here. Kingdom of God
Several saints write that the love of the rosary is a sign of predilection.
If one has strayed from being a Servant of God and finds themselves a Servant of Satan, go to Mary. She will lead you to God.
If it is too hard to be a Catholic, turn to Mary.