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As the World Grows More Wicked, It’s Time for Justice January 4, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, catachesis, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, horror, Interior Life, Latin Mass, priests, Society, Spiritual Warfare, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.
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I’m very heartened to see that the priest presenting the sermon below is back with an online presence.  Per SOP for these priests, I cannot mention his name though I certainly know him.  Something occurred towards the end of 2014 that somehow prevented this priest’s sermons from being presented online anymore.  While his personal website has not been updated since that time, starting about 3 months ago sermons from this priest began to appear on Sensus Fidelium.  Please, let’s not get into “name that priest” in the comments, nor expostulate on the reasons for his absence.  Let’s just be glad he’s back, and he’s in top form in the sermon below.  In fact, this priest, known rather well for his moral conviction and (very appropriate) righteous indignation, is about as morally offended in this sermon as I’ve ever heard him be.

The reason for that moral outrage has to do with the goings on at that highest levels of the Church, including the monstrous new Vatican website for “Catholic” sex education that features images and content the priest believes to be pornographic.  This website, which is intended to be the standard reference point for all Church catechesis in this morally fraught area, sort of slipped under the radar with all the other atrocities that have come to light over the past several months.  Yes there was coverage, but I don’t think the intensity or degree of concern was equal to the scandal this website should cause (due to its content, I’ll not be linking to it).

As he is wont to do, this priest presents a grand historical sweep, demonstrating in great deal concrete instances of God’s Justice in action against past societies that have fallen into the exact same kind of moral sewer we see around us today.  He exhorts souls to pray with great devotion for God’s mercy on us all, since we live in a time where the offenses against God have reached such a volume, and such extremes of action, that it seems inconceivable that God’s hand of righteous justice can be stayed much longer.

I pray you enjoy the sermon, and I apologize for my long absence.  I hoped to blog some over the break, but circumstances did not permit it.  Very glad to be back.

I hope to post more sermons from this priest in the coming days.

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Comments

1. DJR - January 4, 2017

Thank you for posting this. Very sobering indeed.

Tantumblogo - January 4, 2017

You welcome!

2. Tim - January 4, 2017

Happy New Year, good to see you back in action!

3. Camper - January 4, 2017

Good for Fr.!

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6. skeinster - January 5, 2017

Yay- you’re back!
And you shut off the snowflakes!
Glad to know these sermons are available again.
A blessed New Year to all the Tantums

Tantumblogo - January 5, 2017

The snowflakes happen automatically during December. It’s something built into the WordPress format I chose a long time ago.

skeinster - January 5, 2017

Ego te absolvo, then. : )

seriously, it’s great to see you blogging again.

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[…] I’ll not steal any more of Father’s thunder and reveal how the sermon ends, but I think you will find it as edifying and helpful as yesterday’s. […]

8. LaGallina - January 6, 2017

Does anyone know if any of the sermons of Sensus Fedilium are available in an mp3 format that I can download. I have terrible internet, but I have missed this priest, and the other great sermons that used to be on Audio Sancto. I do have the link to the new replacement websites, but I don’t know how to get the sermons offline — on my iPhone, preferably.

Any ideas?

Tantumblogo - January 9, 2017

I will let you know when I can get them.

9. The Lord's Blog - January 7, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:
Keep em’ coming.

10. dthy - January 9, 2017

I do often wonder why so many Catholic publications feature pictures of immodestly dressed women. Things like brides on their wedding day and even articles that promote prayer. It shouldn’t be that difficult to use a little discretion. It’s just so offensive.


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