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Monday, 13 June 2016

Orlando, Florida: how sins that cry to Heaven for Vengeance created a Hell on earth in the homosexual bath house

Vox Cantoris rightly called the shootings yesterday in Orlando as "Satan eating his own". Indeed, the devil loves to double-cross those whom he has deceived. So it was in the early hours of the morning when a man inspired by Satan to commit one of the four sins that cry to Heaven for Vengeance (Murder) opened fire upon hundreds of others equally inspired by Satan to indulge in another of the four sins  (Sodomy). 

Bishop Robert Morlino was one of the few Catholic voices who simply called for prayer in the face of grave sin. Others, such as Archbishop Cupich, adapting homosexualist language, wrote about "gay and lesbian brothers and sisters". Not to be outdone, the dissident Jesuit, James Martin droned on about "homophobia" and "LGBT brothers and sisters".  This latter reaction by a growing crowd of churchmen only demonstrates the degree of homosexual inflitration of the priesthood and the hierarchy of the Church.

The Vox is correct: what happened in Florida was nothing but evil consuming evil. These homosexuals are not martyrs, their lives are not to be celebrated, but wept over. They received both natural and supernatural gifts from God. The supernatural they seemingly rejected. Humanly speaking, the gunman and the murdered homosexuals were all dragged into Hell by Satan, where they will spend eternity tormenting each other. That is humanly speaking.... but we can and should pray that in those fleeting moments before death, there was repentance, thereby opening the opportunity for the mystery of God's Mercy.

I shall be praying for these homosexuals and the Mohommedan gunman that they repented of their grave sins in the few seconds they had before they faced the Judgment seat of God. 

1 comment:

Kathleen1031 said...

God have mercy on the souls of the people killed, and comfort their loved ones.
The incident is not going to be "wasted". The fifty will be turned into martyrs of "hate", but the hate will be attributed to Christians who continue to resist the complete gay takeover of our cultures and world. It is already happening. Sixties Sirius Radio played "He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother" in a tribute, with the DJ self-righteously intoning solemn words. The lives will not be in vain, they will be used by activists to further pummel resistance to gay tyranny, and convince young children that gays are suffering from virulent hatred by anyone who does not kowtow to their dictates.
Conveniently forgotten or hidden, will be the Islamic jihad against gays and the West. Too scary, much easier to take on Catholics and blame them.