Editorial: Dedicating the Month of June: Sacred Heart of Jesus or the 'LGBT' Agenda?

***Let's see...

Sacred Heart of Jesus* -or- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender...
Sacred Heart of Jesus -or- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender...

hmmm...(no contest)**

Editorial: Dedicating the Month of June: Sacred Heart of Jesus or the 'LGBT' Agenda?

'We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through'

We are called by the Church to dedicate the month of June to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. However, there is a very different signal being sent by the President of the United States as to how we should spend the very same month. By way of a Presidential Proclamation he has declared the Month of June to be "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month." In the text of his proclamation he called for the repeal of the "Defense of Marriage Act."

WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) - The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the Catholic Church. On the Friday after the Feast of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, we will celebrate the actual Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. This is a moveable Feast and falls on June 11 in 2010. The Church as an expert in humanity calls us to spend the month reflecting on what it means to live our lives so as to reveal the Love of a Merciful God to the world...

...Two years before he became Pope, Karol Cardinal Wotyla (Pope John Paul II) spoke to the Catholic Bishops of the United States. His frank observation was republished in the Wall Street Journal on November 9, 1978:

**"We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through. I do not think that wide circles of the American society or wide circles of the Christian community realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-Church, of the Gospel and the anti-Gospel. This confrontation lies within the plans of divine providence. It is a trial which the whole Church. must take up." **

We are called by the Church to dedicate the month of June to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. However, there is a very different signal being sent by the President of the United States as to how we should spend the very same month.

By way of a Presidential Proclamation he has declared the Month of June to be "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month." He has invited the whole Nation to a very different way of marking the month of June. *In the text of his proclamation he called for the repeal of the "Defense of Marriage Act." *

In this Proclamation he openly backs the Cultural Revolution advanced by that segment of the homosexual community which seeks to enforce a legal equivalency between homosexual partnerships and authentic marriage. The proclamation is unequivocally explicit. It reveals a very different vision of the human person, marriage and the family and society.

The Venerable John Paul II was correct: "We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-Church, of the Gospel and the anti-Gospel. This confrontation lies within the plans of divine providence. It is a trial which the whole Church. must take up."...

...Let us spend the month of June in Prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, lifting up our Nation, indeed the whole world, to the One in whom we place all of our trust. He will not disappoint; His Heart still beats with Mercy and Love for the world. "Sacred Heart of Jesus, We Place our Trust in Thee."

Satan is the Prince of Lies.

God Bless.
+Jesus, I Trust In You.
Love, Dawn

no reason the month can't be both.

Christus Vincit, Christus Regnat, Christus Imperat!

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no reason the month can't be both.

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Sure there is. But probably for reasons you wouldn't agree with. I mean, there's nothing wrong with simultaneously celebrating the Sacred Heart of Jesus and aberrant behavior, is there? :rolleyes:

As for me and mine, we don't celebrate the gayness of the lifestyle.

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