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Polls now routinely showing strong majority in favor of sodo-marriage March 7, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, the enemy.
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Before I go for the weekend (and what a week it has been!), here is some disturbing polling data – that confirms many other recent polls – that anywhere from 50-60% of Americans now favor state recognition of so-called same-sex marriage, with those opposed falling in some polls down to only 1/3 or so of the population.  We are plainly losing badly on this matter, even if individual polls tend to exaggerate the degree of support.

I agree with Father Michael Rodriguez, sodomite marriage will be the law of the land in these 50 states within a few years, at most, and this nightmare will be the vehicle of the persecution.

What is even more disturbing, is that this support may not be as much due to cultural pressure as I thought. There is a tendency in polling – which can be dramatically exaggerated by how questions are formed – to give what the respondent feels is the “correct” response.  For example, people who answer a religious survey as to religious affiliation as Catholic, tend to overestimate their Church attendance by a factor of two – that is to say, 40% claim they assist at Mass weekly, when the real number is under 20%.  But Catholics are expected to assist at Mass regularly, so people tend to give what they know is the expected answer – at least, good number of people do so.

So, if people think most others believe homo-marriage is preferred by others, they would tend to answer that they support it, even if they are waffling or unsure, because that is the expected “correct” answer. But further poll data actually shows Americans are pretty clueless on the degree of public support for this radical redefinition/destruction of marriage, so that bias may not be as significant as I once thought.

Nevertheless, there does remain heavy cultural pressure in favor of this state recognition of immorality as “marriage,” through films, music, TV, etc.  This pressure is slowly converting people to a position that would have utterly mortified virtually every preceding generation of Christendom going back many, many centuries.

Bring on the persecution.  It will open the doors of Heaven to many faithful, and will plant the seed of a glorious restoration of Christendom – provided we are not nearing the Parousia!

I’m out of time, have a blessed weekend.

Comments

1. discipleofthedumbox - March 7, 2014

Yep. Our blessed Lord did promise never again to flood the earth, however, he made no such promise about about sending down fire…just sayin’…

Adoration Rocks (@AdorationRocks) - March 7, 2014

About the “fire,” that’s what Our Lady of Akita “promised,” if we didn’t all get our acts together. Today, Tom O’Toole ran a post on Notre Dame’s recent overwhelming acceptance of one of their tennis team members for his “coming out.” As Tom noted, “Notre Dame double faulted in the Matt Dooley saga.” http://www.fightingirishthomas.com/2014/03/et-tu-matthew-notre-dames-double-fault.html

Hannah - March 8, 2014

“If men do not repent and better themselves, the Father will inflict a terrible punishment on all humanity. It will be a punishment greater than the deluge, such as one will never have seen before. Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, the good as well as the bad, sparing neither priests nor faithful. The survivors will find themselves so desolate that they will envy the dead. The only arms which will remain for you will be the Rosary and the Sign left by My Son. Each day recite the prayers of the Rosary. With the Rosary, pray for the Pope, the Bishops and the priests.” -Our Lady of Akita

2. maggycast - March 7, 2014

People also don’t want to be bullied by the sodomites. Our culture lives on their emotions, so answering a question point blank is harder to do nowadays…takes courage:+) My hope is that reason and intellect make a come back…but I’m for the persecution too:+) God bless~

3. Siobhan Cuvear - March 8, 2014

You are so right. I already see this in my family. The moment I tell my young nieces that marriage is a sacred union between a man and women, something that is so glaringly obvious, I will be ostracized. If this is the cross Our Lord wants me to carry – so be it – but it will be very lonely, especially at the holidays.

4. Steve - March 9, 2014

Cardinal Dolan said “bravo” in regard to Michael Sam (football player).

Just last month, Michael Sam declared publicly that he is an “openly proud gay man.”

“Bravo”!!!

During Pope Benedict XVI’s reign, the constant chatter within the Church focused upon liturgy and the restoration of at least some semblance of Holy Tradition to parishes throughout the world.

Cardinals, bishops and priests talked and talked about liturgy, liturgy, liturgy, liturgy…some Cardinals and bishops even declared that the Novus Ordo was not the reformed Mass envisioned by Vatican II.

Today, the chatter throughout the Church is focused upon “gay unions…gay, gay, gay”…

…BRAVO!!!! WHO AM I TO JUDGE!!! BRAVO!!!…gay, gay, gay.

Gay…gay…gay…gay.

Amazing!

During the past 365 days, we’ve moved as Catholics from debates and discussions in regard to liturgy and the restoration of Holy Tradition to the obsession among our Churchmen to gay, gay, gay, gay, bravo, bravo, bravo, who am I to judge chatter.

Please inform me as to how Catholics in the pews can resist the onslaught of the” sodomization” of society when the obsession within the Church is the “bravoization” of homosexuals?

By the way, as Catholics, are we not compelled to judge people in the sense that we measure their lifestyles and words against the rule of holiness?

Are we not to judge that this or that person may speak and act in ways that are contrary to holiness?

Are we not to judge that a person could lead us into the near occasion of sin?

Are we not to judge that it is in our best interests to refrain from placing ourselves in the company of such a person?

Sorry, but my understanding of Catholicism has compelled me not say “bravo” in regard to a man who declared last month during an ESPN interview that he was “an openly proud gay man.”

Sorry, but I am not interested in supporting such a person.

Peace to such a person.

I also hope that a Pope, Cardinal, bishop or priest would act in true mercy and concern by informing such a person to flee from sin…just as I need to flee from sin…and need to be reminded to do so.

Please don’t give even the impression of confirming someone in sin.

Be a bold Churchman.

Bravo to that.


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