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For years, Church Militant has been talking about the massive, massive crisis in the Church. Now that the light of truth is being shone into dark places, more and more people are beginning to understand the spiritual warfare we're facing.
It's important to know that God has allowed us to get where we're at as a punishment, and although the darkness is great, God's grace and opportunity for mercy is greater.
Church teaching has not changed — it never will, despite what the Fr. James Martins of the world will tell people. We've had decades of priests, bishops and religious substituting their own social justice teaching in place of the Gospel.
Decades of liturgical abuse have been institutionalized and entrenched into the post-1970 Church, but the younger generation of Catholics — the ones who stuck around — seem to want little of what the baby boomer Catholic generation has to offer. These young people are seeking out and attending more reverent Masses, especially the Traditional Latin Mass.
They're dressing up for Mass, praying the Rosary, attending processions, getting married and having more children than their predecessors. They're thirsting for the truth — the truth they know can only be found in the one, holy Catholic Church.
They know the answer to today's crisis is found only in the Church and that outside Her there is no salvation.
On this week's episode of Mic'd Up—Answers to the Crisis, Michael Voris is talking to Jake Ross, the co-founder of Cream City Catholic, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Jake discusses how the Church gives us the solution to today's crisis, that it's been here all along and we simply need to use it.