And Elias, the prophet, stood up, as a fire, and his word burnt like a torch (Ecclesiasticus. 48.1, DRV)

Sunday, August 10, 2014

The "Catholic God" of Tender Mercy AND of Just Wrath


Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

God does not only weep when we, like to the adherents of the Synagogue of Satan (Apoc. 2.9;3.9), turn our gaze away from the Truth, fearing that the light which makes us see evil - especially under the subtle appearance of what is good - may ask us for painful sacrifices [of leaving our seemingly impregnable and comfortable Neo-Catholic and Neo-SSPX institutions as our churches, seminaries and monasteries, schools: They that are in Judea... flee to the mountains... wheresoever the Body shall be..., Mt. 24.16.28]. He withdraws His light and His grace and abandons us when we are already far unto the wide 'happy-clappy' road for destruction.

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Salvation is in the "Blood of the Lamb"

Apocalypse XIV now unfolding (cf., our posts "The Wine of the Wrath of God" and "After Pope Benedict XVI, the 'Last' Roman Pontiff?"). The divine chastisement of world-wide conflagration (Lk. 17.29-30, cf., our post "Our Lady, Vatican II Disorientation, and the Annihilation of Many Nations") to annihilate the 'super-power' and cities and nations drunk with the wine of its immodesty, impurity, fornication, homosexuality, and blasphemies (Apoc. 14.8) is imminent - the close of our end-times period (distinct from the consummation of the world, Mt. 28.20).

They... have made them white in the Blood of the Lamb
(Apoc. 7.14) ... All things... are cleansed with Blood: and without shedding of Blood there is no remission (Heb. 9.22).

The Blood of the [Divine] Lamb can be availed of in the traditional Rite of the Sacrament of Penance (cf., our post "On Concealing Sins in Confession") and of the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist (the Traditional Latin Mass). Go to our traditional Catholic Mass Centers (links on the left-side bar of this site). Flee to the mountains... (Mt. 24.16).

See also the Messages and Appeals (on the upper right-side bar) of the Apocalyptic Woman in her title of Our Lady of Fatima.