[quote="Zatzat, post:13, topic:201705"]
So, if I have a soul...it's dead? Interesting. Thanks letting me know. :)
If you reject God and willingly engage in those things that are contrary to him, then most certainly. The same goes for any of us: if I reject the source of Life by my thoughts, words, and actions, then I will have no life within me. If I do evil, then I will instill evil within myself; and, vice compounding upon vice, there will no longer be any sanctifying grace within my soul to keep it living within the author of Life.
Such individuals as have a visceral hatred or contempt for all things sacred are assuredly aligning themselves with those who are spiritually dead; they approve of what is sinful, and reject any who lead a life of purity because they can't stand the one who is Pure. That explains the irrational trends of the culture of death in our society, and why Mao's revolution that left tens of millions of people dead can be publicly honored, while the efforts of Mother Teresa are pushed aside and treated with contempt.
I've heard it said that colored lights on a building are unimportant and trivial. That is true: they are a little matter. But when showing honor to Mother Teresa in even so light a way is rejected, and she is mocked as being a "fraud" by atheist propagandists, this shows the irrational depths of hatred and contempt that they have for what she stands for and, in turn, what the Catholic Church is. Thus are the ways of anti-Catholicism in a culture that is collapsing from the weight of its collective sins.