Looking at the HHS mandate and the persecutions now facing the church because of proAbortion policiticans in power, I stopped and realized,
most of these radical proabortionists in Congress are, shockingly, Catholics.
The Church has never publicly reprimanded these public apostates.
The Church has never publicly told Catholics that
they must not vote for public apostates or Pro-abotion politicians.
( It can do that, as Pius the 12th, after World War Two, ordered Italy’s Catholics
to not vote for the Communists under penalty of automatic excommunication. So,
the church can, easily, forbid Catholics to vote for proabortion advocates under penalty of excommunication ).
Not only that, the proabortion officials are given big church funerals from Catholic Cathedrals, with other proabortion elected officials giving the eulogies.
This goes on all the time. The bishops and priests, on the whole, do nothing.
And now this persecution has started.
Remember the scene at the end of Casablanca where the guy says,
“Gambling goes on in that club? I’m shocked! Shocked I say!!”
Well, this is how I feel when I see church bishops acting shocked and angry that proabortion elected officials are now trying to force the Church to sin.
The persecutions of the Church in America are just beginning.
And in my heart of hearts, I believe that our suffering, which is only beginning,
has been brought upon us by our largely do-less bishops who have let Catholics for 40 years vote for proabortion officials, many of whom themselves are Catholic apostates.
I am furious that we are going to be persecuted when our bishops could have stopped this decades ago.
Do any of you think it is a sin to be angry over this?
Pius XII stopped most Catholics from voting wickedly by ordering them not to.
Our Bishops could have done the same.
Is it wrong to be really very angry about this (inevitable) development?
thanks for any opinions dear friends.