Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Rise Up, Faithful Catholics: Bishop Gracida Calls for Open Resistance

The following short video, published yesterday by Church Militant, contains part of an interview with the Most Reverend René Henry Bishop Emeritus Gracida of Corpus Christi wherein all faithful Catholics are encouraged to stand up - quite literally, and even in the middle of a homily, if necessary - and call out the various errors and heresies being promoted in our churches on a regular basis. The time of "suffering in silence," the Bishop says, is over; the time for open confrontation has come. When heresy is preached from the pulpit, it deserves conspicuous and immediate contradiction.


Please share this video far and wide, especially with those who have yet to realize that we are in the middle of a crisis of truly epic proportions. As the Bishop remarks:
Today we need people to stand up in their churches and say to the priest, to the homilist or to the bishop: "No! You're wrong! You cannot give Holy Communion to abortionists or to abortion-promoting legislators or to the divorced and remarried! You cannot do it! It's like Paul says: You do not feed the Eucharist to dogs!"

8 comments:

  1. Yes, I agree. But what makes you think that laity haven't done it. Then they are slapped down, disciplined, fired, or even excommunicated. - M. Parks

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  2. Forty years in a catechetical desert have made the faithful ignorant, for the most part. There are few who can discern heresy and denounce it.

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    1. Yep!!! It's true, pitiful, shocking.

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  3. "Today we need people to stand up in their churches and say to the priest, to the homilist or to the bishop: "No! You're wrong! You cannot give Holy Communion to abortionists or to abortion-promoting legislators or to the divorced and remarried! You cannot do it! It's like Paul says: You do not feed the Eucharist to dogs!"

    Yeah. Try that here in Detroit. They'll call the cops.

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    1. Lol ! Exactly! I've been elbows and nudged in church just because I wanted to kneel After
      communion. Something gotta give...

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  4. That's kind of the point, J. Mason.

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  5. Keeping the holy Catholic Faith, without which it is impossible to please God, trumps any canard such as "Canonical Regularity" or what have you. Go to the SSPX and sit this out. You will answer for the Faith you present to your children and tell them it's Catholicism.

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  6. hello

    He is right but that's why we have been doing .....so few priests and even catholics have heard.... a,d we have been sanctionned, despised and now we will be fired.

    GOD BLESSUS XX

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