Some philosophers have considered that the existence of God is so 'clearly seen' that it is, in fact, self-evident. If the existence of God is self-evident, there is no purpose in attempting to demonstrate it by argument. Therefore, we must begin by asking whether the existence of God is in fact self-evident.
It pleased God to make an apostle of St. Stephen’s murderer, that so His sovereign power might be shown to the world, His love of souls be evinced in its richest gratuitous generosity, and grace abound where sin had so abounded.
What would have happened if more priests and bishops had refused cooperation (servile, non-virtuous, obedience) with the pernicious 'spirit of Vatican II' early on? Would it not have been much easier to 'nip these things in the bud?'
Austen Ivereigh has called for Cardinal Robert Sarah's to 'hand back his red hat,' asserting that he violated his cardinal oath by accusing Pope Francis of heresy over the Fiducia Supplicans declaration.
Bishop Strickland ‘loved your eternal salvation so much that he felt obliged to publicly criticize the errors of your magisterium in the hope that you would rectify them,’ Father Jesusmary Missigbètò writes to Pope Francis.
Thanks to this feast, we can all make together in spirit today the pilgrimage ad limina apostolorum, (to the threshold of the apostles) which our ancestors performed with such fatigue and danger, yet never thought they purchased too dearly its holy joys and blessings.