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Father Peter Williams (cancelled the other day) speaks on authority and obedience

So, Father Peter Williams up in Vermont was just now cancelled because he has a conscience against the abortion tainted vaccine and follows the science on masks, what with the CDC saying they’re worthless. I include below his take on authority and obedience. Great! Meanwhile, it being that I myself built a hermitage in what seems like another lifetime (and now no longer available), I very much appreciate the skills he learned in building his own mobile tiny house, pictured above. Impressive. The drawback is that it takes a truck that can tow 12,000 pounds. He started this years ago. That’s the angels at work.

Father Peter Williams on Authority and Obedience

Most Catholics have a sense that the Church is really big on authority and obedience, and that’s true. But did you know that the Church teaches that neither authority nor obedience are absolute?

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I’m sure it’s just coincidence

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that Dems stopped the count of the vote in the wee hours of the morning, then went to mail-in ballots which, by the zillion in any given region, were, like, exclusively for Joe Biden, you know, when Trump had been winning handily.

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that after working on a post, using the internet for a time, and then I’m going to post it, just then, at that very nanosecond, my internet connection goes down completely for hours, even a day, frequently, to the nanosecond, disabling the publishing of the post.

I’m sure it’s just coincidence that such posts were on, you might imagine, aspects of the election, about what a Catholic, what a citizen, what one who is subject to natural law, what one who is subject to the US Constitution should be concerned about.

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that today’s the day after the election, and I’m guessing I’ll be able to post this rant and look the fool. Yep.

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