The Dictatorship of Relativism and the resignation of the Pope
Utterly devastated by the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI
I must admit to being utterly devastated by the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. A Pope that I had a deep love and respect for having supported him as Cardinal Ratzinger when head of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith long before he became Pope. And at the last Conclave I didn’t dare hope he would become successor of St Peter and was over joyed when he was announced. Here we had a Pope who was not afraid to stand up to the dictators of secularism. It was obvious that he was well liked by the ordinary Catholics with chants of his name ringing out from young people wherever he went. No one will ever forget his wonderful visit to Britain in 2010 for despite all the anti-Catholic bigotry of the previous six months Catholics turned up in their hundreds of thousands.
I am also very angry that more Catholics could not have supported him better. Why could more Catholics have not seen through the utter and complete anti-Catholic bias of the BBC and their like, I’ll never know? If they did, they’re wish to be entertained was stronger than their faith, those who used the excuse about being informed when there was just so much media must mean they were a state of denial.
The BBC in particular have been out to undermine him and Catholic teachings, perhaps one of their most shameful tactics was to use the victims of the child abuse crisis in the Catholic Church as a battering ram on him and Catholic moral teaching. At the same time under playing the similar child abuse crisis in the Anglican Church – The Reformation is not over! However, one of the biggest child abuse centres was actually at the BBC. And what is more telling was this was the biggest cover up of all with many BBC managers and colleagues knowing about Jimmy Savile’s sexual exploits with young girls and boys. They even pulled a programme on it – but even this is being down played now. And there were many more child abusing celebrities.
Gay marriage and the Pope’s abdication
Sadly the sheer weight of secularism and the hate generating media seems to have got the better of him. With country after country ignoring the Pope pleas against so called Gay marriage he must have felt that this is the job for a younger man. Many Catholic countries have gone the Gay marriage route ignoring the teachings of the Church and following the homosexual supporting media. And yet the greatest child abusers of all are homosexuals.
If this resignation is not a wake-up call then the Catholic Church is in serious trouble. We know from Sacred Scripture that the Gates of Hell can never prevail against Peter so the Church can never die. But how many souls will be lost if the Church’s teachings become sidelined or worse changed to suit the modern world.
News has reached me of Catholics in the work place keeping quiet as their anti-Catholic work-mates exult over them as they see as a vindication of their views that the Pope was bad. Of course these view as all their views have been generated by an anti-Catholic media brainwashing them as the mere media fodder that they are.