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Advent has arrived once again, and with its arrival, the twisted theology of the "homoheretics" is in full bloom as well, never missing an opportunity to make the sinful acceptable.
James Martin, a "gay theology" priest of the gay-riddled Jesuits, has kicked the season off quite well. And, as usual, expect no recrimination from any bishop or superior, not even a word of caution to the laity.
On Sunday, Martin tweeted out the following: "Gospel: Something new is coming. That's the message for the First Sunday of Advent. The key is noticing. 'Stay awake,' as Jesus says today. "A Gospel meditation here."
Martin claims the message for Advent is noticing that "something new is coming." He calls that noticing key. That's stupid. That's not the message, nor is it what's key about the first Sunday of Advent or any of the Sundays of Advent. Advent is about the second coming of Christ, also known as the Day of Judgment.
The inane claim that we are all supposed to just stand around and notice the King-Judge of Heaven returning to bring history to a close and render our final judgment? Come on, Jimmy. I don't think anyone will have to try and notice Christ on the clouds of Heaven. It'll be pretty obvious.
Then he goes on and links his hundreds of thousands of deceived followers to a Facebook link, with a tidy little "meditation" to ponder. The drivel drives the reader into a false belief that Advent is really just all about desire.
No, Jimmy. Advent is about preparation for our deaths when we will each face our personal judgment and be pronounced saved or damned. That is a day-to-day theme for every person, but in Advent, in particular, it is set against the backdrop of the last day, the general judgment.
There is a little link at the end of the wildly misleading meditation which takes the reader to the group "Outreach," an LGBTQ "Catholic" resource. That group espouses all the usual pro-sodomy propaganda you would imagine, dressing it up as Catholic.
Martin and his co-gay, wicked allies are the absolute masters at distorting everything they can in Scripture, to give the "Good Housekeeping" seal of approval to sins of the flesh, especially gay sex. Of course, they have a dog in that fight, so that's to be expected.
Notice that Evil Jimmy, while lauding the "beauty" of the first reading from Isaiah and distorting the words of Our Lord in the gospel, deftly managed to completely avoid the second reading — St. Paul's Letter to the Romans, with its dire warning about the need to change our lives, lest we be damned:
"Let us then throw off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light; let us conduct ourselves properly as in the day, not in orgies and drunkenness, not in promiscuity and lust. ... Make no provision for the desires of the flesh." Hmm, we wonder why that line didn't get the high-profile visibility.
Nah. Actually, we don't wonder at all. We know why, and so do you, and so does James Martin. That line is as plain as the evil in Martin's writings, which is to say, as plain as the nose on your face.
Stop giving in to sexual sin, period. That's the takeaway from St. Paul. If you don't want to be counted among the damned on the final day (not to mention your own personal judgment), then stop with the orgies and drunkenness and promiscuity and lust and the sins of the flesh.
It's fine and all to talk about the beauty of what salvation will be like and that we should all be desirous of it. For those who remained faithful to their last breath, of course, that's true. That's why the Church prays "May the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace."
She does not pray for the souls of all the departed, just the faithful departed. And there's a reason for that. Prayers are of no avail to the damned. Their fates are sealed.
To simply distort that scriptural truth and pretend everyone will enjoy it is a flat-out lie; a lie, mind you, that the U.S. hierarchy still has yet to blow up.
Martin is allowed to ride through the ranks of poorly catechized Catholics and behead them by the millions while the shepherds join him by their silence.
Does anyone really think these men are "looking forward" to the Day of Wrath, the Last Day, the day of the general judgment? They use the Scriptures as a propaganda weapon to advance their spiritual depravity. Beware these spiritual killers dressed in robes.
And they are easy to spot. Although admittedly, some are a little better at temporarily concealing themselves, but at the end of the day, they all are detectable by this one, simple test: Do they expose the souls of the laity to mortal danger, or do they shield them, even at the cost of their own lives?
That's the only question you need to concern yourselves with. If a man in robes claiming to be speaking truth fails that test, then you know who his father is — robes and collars, or not. Advent is about prepping for our own judgments, nothing else.