Real religious freedom

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  • P.R.Margeot

    Catholics should now start thinking about the social reign of Jesus Christ on this earth. They should be aware that we must all work towards that end. For a start, we should just think about it, every day, a quick thought :”the social reign of Jesus”…Then talk about it. And talk more and more often to our friends and families. He must reign on this earth.

    Let no one tell us that “times have changed, we cannot think and speak along those lines, we are in the 21st century, we must be open to all changes and a new thinking “.

    We are all aware of the bitter battles fought in the council on religious liberty. Maybe not ALL of us are aware of that episode. It would be worth studying.

    Truth cannot be mixed with error. Error has no right. The Catholic Church can not be placed on the same level as man-made religions. She detains the whole Truth. She has the Mass and the sacraments.

    We follow what’s happening in the U.S. right now.

    We also follow closely the persecutions(open) against the Catholic Church in so many countries.

    We note that before the council, persecutions took place mainly in the Soviet Empire. After the council, there were persecutions everywhere, there are persecutions in all continents. Not only physical persecutions, but lots of blasphemy, lots of “artistic, cultural” shows and plays which are viciously anti-Catholic and blasphemous in the extreme. We are not even touching the subject of Christians in muslim countries. One notes that it is acceptable, politically correct, to write “muslim countries”. However, let no one write “Catholic countries”, oh no, that would go against the laicity, the separation of Church and State, with religious liberty all religions are treated the same way. So in a country like Portugal or Colombia (and quite a few more), the Church has been down-graded and the little sects and man-made religions have been elevated and have the same, equal rights as the Holy Church. All in the name of the Religious Freedom. I suspect that there will be a lot of debate in the future among the Church prelates on that question.
    Et unam, sanctam, catholicam, et apostolicam ecclesiam

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