Catholic Justice

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by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  September 29, 2020   

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We are living in a pivotal era in American history. The outcome of the struggles of our time will color our constitutional republic either a triumph or a failure. But the way things are going, it seems the keys of the republic have been handed to her enemies dwelling within.

While the nation was founded as a haven of freedom, Catholics have seen their share of persecution (albeit not nearly as bloody as the persecution suffered in other countries). It has taken years for Catholics to become a major force in politics, and according to polls, Catholic voters can make or break a presidential candidate.

American Catholicism is fractured into true Catholicism and a faux-Catholicism born in the 1960s that embraces the errors of the world. Heterodox Catholics run many parishes, chanceries and dioceses. Leftist Catholics occupy positions of power and authority while those who follow the Faith as it's always been taught are relegated to the margins.

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Priests are called "judgmental" when they preach the eternal truths of Christ's Church. These orthodox clerics are frequently pushed into weaponized counseling with priest-perverts and drunks. On top of this, priests like Jesuit homosexualist Fr. James Martin are given license to promote LGBT ideology and heretical Christology.

Leftist Catholics occupy positions of power and authority while those who follow the Faith as it's always been taught are relegated to the margins.

Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's latest and most controversial Supreme Court nominee, is an example of how polarizing true Catholic doctrine has become in a country where Catholicism is more mainstream than ever.

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