We’ve done nothing. We’ve not yet been murdered with the little ones.

“What you have done to the least of these, you’ve done to me” – Jesus.

Witnessing to Jesus by respecting the least among us, children in the womb, from conception until natural death, demonstrating the goodness and kindness of Jesus by protecting them as best we can according to our circumstances, is witness in which we must all participate if we are to make it to heaven.

Jesus hesitated not for a nanosecond to be so entirely in solidarity with the least of His little flock that He Himself was murdered.

The U.S. Constitution has been trashed in practice. Our Law Enforcement and Military are trashed. There are double standards, one for the bully State, the atheistic Marxist Dems, another for “the people”, “the proletariat”, who jobs are taken away, whose wages are gutted by demographics, by violence and arson and looting that is encouraged. In the midst of this, the ongoing slaughter of millions of innocents in the wombs of their “mothers” continues not only unabated, but now funded.

The great Father Altman once studied the percentages of Catholics who voted for the most pro-abortion administration ever over against the most pro-life administration ever. After weeks of study and agonizing over math, he reported his answer: Zero. There is no Catholic who voted for the most pro-abortion administration ever because anyone voting for unlimited death mongering is NOT Catholic.

Of course, anyone standing up for life, for the least among us, for Jesus, makes him- or herself a target for the new Marxist death squads. If you’ve been watching the legislation being proposed in the all-Dem Congress you know what I mean. If you’ve been watching the Executive Orders being signed by Wuhan Joe, you know what I mean.

So many of my fellow (Arch)Bishops and priests are playing friends with this world game, friends with the prince of this world (Satan) mind-game: “We’re nice! We think you’re nice! Be nice to us!” That never works. You just go straight to hell.

I remember the account provided by Archbishop Fulton Sheen, when the American soldiers were liberating the death camps. It would be quite impossible to face the evil rendered in those camps, the horrid scene of bulldozed mountains of corpses, but then a soldier saw one of those corpses moving at the very top of such a heap of corpses. It was a young lady who was relatively healthy. The soldier asked her what she was doing there. In incisive Jewish fashion, she answered with a question: “How can I live when so many of my people are dying?”

How can we keep silent when so many of the least among us are being murdered?

“You’re playing politics, Father George! You need to be cancelled!” Yep. That would be right in the eyes of this demonic world from which our Lord has come to save us.


Filed under Politics, Pro-Life

4 responses to “We’ve done nothing. We’ve not yet been murdered with the little ones.

  1. sanfelipe007

    I am reminded of the story you told in a previous post, where you had congratulated some South American Priests on their bravery, only to have then reply “but we’ve done nothing!”

    Yes, that was one of your points.

  2. Aussie Mum

    Re the hypothetical character’s statement to Father Byers: “You’re playing politics, Father George! You need to be cancelled!”
    Father Altar of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception: “If we think this is only a political issue that shouldn’t be discussed in churches, you might want to see what St. Faustina said about this.”

  3. Joisy Goil

    That was a powerful reading Aussie Mom. Thank you for sharing it. I know that abortion is the work of the devil, because it goes against nature. Mere instinct should lead a woman from abortion. But alas, too many of us have been deceived.
    I have always thought that abortion should be condemned from the rooftops of the churches. Fr. Altman is right! People who support abortion are not Catholics and are only deceiving themselves when they say abortion is a right.
    Well, maybe it is, just like rushing into hell could be considered a right.

    • Aussie Mum

      Joisy Goil, I hope you don’t mind me using your last two sentences if/when the need arises. Together, those two sentences provide a simple but striking way to get across the message that the right to choose abortion has a terrifying correlate. God bless you.

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