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Tianna Mallett's description: This is an apocalyptic scene, but it is also symbolic of the world we live in today. Our cities may not be burning to ashes, but we are all seeing how quickly our economy is degenerating, how easily morals are abandoned. There is corruption in our government, in the food industry and our health care. Things are heading towards chaos, and it’s only a matter of time before someone decides to light the match that burns our cities down.

So where is the hope?

Our hope is the fact that God will never abandon us. That when Jesus said “I will be with you until the end of the age” He was not lying. That even if our churches are destroyed, our religions banned, and our altars reduced to little more than cardboard boxes, He is still here, present to us in the Eucharist. 

This is revoltingly Catholic.

A convert from Mormonism to Zen Buddhism?



I can see how or why that would happen. LOL


Some lyrics to Lord, I would Follow Thee:

Who am I to judge another
When I walk imperfectly?
In the quiet heart is hidden
Sorrow that the eye can’t see.
Who am I to judge another?

Who’s judging? I said “I could understand”. Then I ignored, because my understanding it doesn’t make it any less a step in the wrong direction.

Thanks for taking a hymn completely out of context though and then using it to bolster your false assumptions. You have earned yourself a place on my ignore list too.

Try studying the moral teachings of the scriptures a little bit more closely the next time you decide to try to insinuate that any and all value judgements constitute breaking a commandment in some way. Moral relativism is not what Jesus taught. That is the watered-down, lazy theology of Protestantism that makes one’s works and personal behavior irrelevant to one’s salvation.

Feminists Say Roofie-Detecting Nail Polish Is Actually Also Rape Culture | National Review Online

You can’t really win with feminism. EVERYTHING is “rape culture”, because women simply have no personal responsibility for self-defense whatsoever. They expect the world to change to accommodate them, not that they should change to protect themselves from the world.

How about not going out to drink and poisoning your body with toxic chemicals in the first place (rufies notwithstanding)? Perish the thought…

What feminists in their naïveté don’t understand is that men who rape don’t do so because somebody somewhere didn’t teach them that they shouldn’t, or that it’s ok to do so. They do so because they as individuals have abusive personalities and seek the dominance and thrill I guess that comes from forcing themselves onto another person. It comes from a lack of morality and a culture in which sex is purely a form of selfish entertainment or recreation, as opposed to an act of love between committed partners designed for procreation, which is what it was designed for.

Our culture has contributed to rape, sure…but not in the way that feminists think. They are as much responsible for it as pornographers and the rest of the irreligious secular progressive left are.

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