Instead of truth presented with Christ's compassion, Pope Francis presents human compassion tinged with ambiguity, a formula which obscures the truth – which is never ambiguous – and a clear path forward out of the world and to Christ.
With regards to salvation, a baptized infant has the theological virtues infused into its soul, and immediately enters heaven after death. But can such an infant truly be called a martyr, if killed under certain circumstances?
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On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland provides context for a tweet he posted regarding the validity of Francis’ papacy, and maintained that it is the duty of faithful Catholics to correct error for the sake of charity.
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The Christian obligation of charity is personal. Assenting to government largesse that’s based on tax money collected through legal compulsion may suit your ideological convictions, but it isn’t charity.