Springfield, Massachusetts, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski wants to pay respect to an excommunicated heretic and the tragedy of his heretical movement…

Springfield, Massachusetts, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski wants to pay respect to an excommunicated heretic and the tragedy of his heretical movement…

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017

Over at RadTrad Thomist [500 Years of Potty Talk: Lest We Forget the Problems with Luther’s Movement] we read:

“Lest we forget the other anniversary we have this month — soon after the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun performed by the Mother of God in front of 70,000 people at precisely the exact time as announced in order to confirm the people who believed in their Catholic Faith and to prove to the unbelievers that her messages and secrets which she gave to the three children were true — the second anniversary is that of October 31, 2017 which will be the 500th anniversary of the “nailing of the 95 theses to the church doors at Wittenberg Cathedral” by Fr. Martin Luther.

Luther’s Toilet at Wittenberg. Location of the Beginnings of the Protestant Revolution, 1517

The reason that we have put up a picture of Luther’s toilet, fairly recently discovered in Wittenberg, is because of Luther’s own statements that he came up with his 95 theses while suffering from chronic constipation. It is also while resting on the facilities that he was enlightened by his revolutionary theological idea of “faith without works” according to which you cannot do anything to contribute to your own salvation, in fact, to strive for holiness is itself a grave sin…”

For an adequate understanding of the so-called “Reformation” and the excommunicated heretic Martin Luther, See here.

Why was Martin Luther excommunicated by the Catholic Church?  Here are fifty reasons from The National Catholic Register.  See here.

And now a question.  Why is Bishop Mitchell Rozanski commemorating the “Reformation” and why is Saint Mary’s Parish in Orange, Massachusetts promoting this event?  See here.

As Henri Daniel-Rops explains: “Protestantism marks a complete break in the history of Christendom, the most grievous and most tragic there has ever been..”

And Bishop Rozanski wants to pay respect to this tragedy?

com·mem·o·rate
kəˈmeməˌrāt/
verb
recall and show respect for (someone or something).

I’m beginning to understand more and more why Bishop Rozanski and Saint Mary’s Parish have blocked me from being able to comment on their respective Facebook pages.  They don’t want their distorted views to be questioned or challenged.

Some prefer living in a bubble where they can all the more easily maintain their fantasy world.

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One comment on “Springfield, Massachusetts, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski wants to pay respect to an excommunicated heretic and the tragedy of his heretical movement…

  1. Remember, when we accept the lying, Protestant-invented term REformation, we are accepting the lie that Protestantism reformed Christianity.
    But of course, the exact opposite is the real truth.
    If we accept to use the term, we accept the lie.
    If we consciously accept the lie, then we are liars also. Full stop.

    The word that describes the reality of the the Protestant revolution, the word of truth, is DEformation.
    Now, PLEASE take a little time to just imagine how things would be if every Catholic, or even half of them, started using the term Deformation instead.

    “For the word of God is living and effectual and more piercing than any two edged sword; and reaching unto the division of the soul and the spirit, of the joints also and the marrow: and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.”

    That about sums up what would happen. To sum up another way: The “word of God” is Truth. The lovers of Truth would be clearly distinguished from the haters of Truth, which latter category, BTW, includes a lot of people who don’t think they are in it, like false ecumenists, who call Catholic proselytism “solemn nonsense”. The are several reasons why you can say something like that:
    1) You don’t think there is any Truth about what man is and what he should do with his life.
    The only way you can think this is if you think the Creator is evil; i.e. you hate Him.
    2 You think there is Truth, but don’t think we can know it.
    The only way you can think this is if you think the Creator is evil; i.e. you hate Him.
    3) You think there is Truth, and think we can know it, but that also either we can’t share it, or should not share it.
    If you think we can’t share Truth, that can only be because we can’t know it with certainty. See #2. If you think we should not share it, that can only be because you think it is either worthless or even harmful, which means you think Truth is worthless or harmful; i.e. you hate it.
    4) If you think the Truth is knowable, and valuable, but that it’s nevertheless better to rather “hide our light under a bushel”, that can only be because of human respect; i.e. you respect man to the point of disrespecting Truth; i.e. in comparison to man at least, you hate Truth.
    Every one of these possibilities is coming from hatred of Truth.
    But Truth is created by God.
    Therefore, if you hate Truth you hate God.

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