In the Shadow of the Battle Between Life and Death, It is Good to Meditate on Hell

CP&S comment: Teaching on the reality of Hell and the Fear of God (gift of the Holy Spirit) is rarely heard in Catholic religious instruction or homilies anymore. In fact, in liberal, progressive parishes – which regretfully most parishes appear to be nowadays – no mention is ever made of Hell or of the very real possibility of ending up there if one dies with unrepentant mortal sin still on the soul. This is one of the greatest tragedies of a watered down teaching of Catholicism that has bedevilled the Church in the post Vatican II era. The four sins that cry to God for vengeance are grave offences against God and those who willfully commit any one of them are in danger of losing their souls for all eternity. This is the truth that must be told.



On Friday, the defenders of the most defenseless took to the streets of Washington to witness and give a voice to the babies. “Love Saves Lives!” was their theme and those who spoke illustrated it.

Yesterday, in contrast, the servants of hell in their vagina hats with their pro-abortion signs and their lewd messages took to the streets to champion the mortal sins of murder and lust.

The battle could not be more clearly drawn. On the one hand, smiling crowds carrying rosaries and preaching love marched; on the other hand, angry feminists demanded the impeachment of the president and the right to murder their children. The two marches couldn’t be more graphic in their difference: the sons and daughters of Mary in the one march praying the rosay, the sons and daughters of Lady Macbeth on the other who called on the evil spirits to dry up her woman’s heart.

Hell awaits those who destroy and champion the murder of the innocent. It is one of the four sins crying to heaven for vengeance. And those who refuse to repent will be like the man in the video below who returns to tell is friend that “There is a hell and I’m there.” Pray for changed hearts. Hell is forever!

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4 Responses to In the Shadow of the Battle Between Life and Death, It is Good to Meditate on Hell

  1. Mary Salmond says:

    The contrast comparison is good, but will the “hats” group see the difference in purpose, understand virtue vs vice, see love vs hate, see life vs death of the soul, see good vs evil, see God fearing vs self-indulgence??? Keep saying those rosaries!

  2. Mary Salmond says:

    Find the Church Militant link to read what the USCCB pleaded to Congress a few hours ago, PERFAR AND HIV/AIDS, promoting contraception, abortifacients, condoms, and backdoor funding to PP (mostly in Africa).

  3. … pray much for sinners! Pray much for priests! Pray much for religious! Priests should be pure, very pure. The disobedience of priests and people of the Church to their superiors and to the Holy Father greatly offends Our Lord.”

    “The sins that lead more souls to hell are the sins of the flesh.”

    – Our Lady of Fatima to Jacinta

  4. Toad says:

    “There is a hell and I’m there.”
    Pity Vladimir didn’t say what Hell was actually like.
    I’m reminded of the old priest who, when asked what Hell was like, said, he had no idea – all he was sure of was that it was a lot less unpleasant than being on Earth.
    It would appear from the story that the two men’s sin was not believing in God. Since when has that been a sin?

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