Attachements and dependency


It is Jesus Christ who draws people to Himself, and our attachment is to Him.

To have members of the congregation, including the priest, in the Church, 

"welcoming" "new" people to the Church is  totally misplaced; by so doing 

they put the focus on themselves and takes away the focus on God, which 

ought to be the reason for going to Mass. 

It is a gesture of pride and a display of self importance. 

These are the same people that will slander you and gossip about you,

then they will deny it, and they will never apologize to you. So it's clear that we 

must not depend or count on people, we are warned against it in the Bible.

- It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.

- Trust ye not in a friend, put ye not confidence in a guide: keep the doors of thy mouth from her that lieth in thy bosom.

- Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD.

- It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in princes.

Psalms 118:8-9 - It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.  

- For if a man think himself to be something, when he is nothing, he deceiveth himself.


The teaching of the Church must be implemented in all our actions and words, 

through and with our body and mind. It is in no way separate from the entire 

experience of our daily life. 

Jesus; Son of God and Son of Man, was fully God and fully human; He felt 

pain and hunger and temptation just in the same way as we do. 

Yet He trusted fully in God the Father;

God the Father who was not separate from Himself, because He was One with 

the Father. 

The Catholic Faith is based on reason and logic; it depends on us using our intelligence. 

But it must be applied and lived in the body, it must never just remain in the academic 

sphere.  If so, it is no more than a sort of entertainment, an activity; something that 

"takes us out of ourselves". 

If our main motivation for going to Mass is to be able to meet people and if we fail 

to go to Mass in a parish where we don't know the people, 

then we are not practicing Catholics. We are then following people, we have an 

attachment to people, and we are not following Jesus, we are following the world.


But our dependency is on Jesus, we must lean on Him alone.  

We are not to be attached to anything on earth, only to Our Lord Jesus Christ.

"Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it 

abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me." 

John 15:4


We live in the world, but not according to the world.


Mass is a Sacrifice first of all, and we should unite ourselves 

to the Sacrifice that Jesus made for US in his Passion and Death on the Cross. 

He did it completely willingly, He never resisted and never tried to avoid it, it was 

supposed to happen, it was not a terrible tragic accident, it was planned, 

in order to redeem us.  

Are we willing to suffer even just a little bit in return? 


Whatever our burdens are, maybe unresolved emotional or psychological pain; 

Jesus asks us to to give it to Him; hand it over to Him.

The yoke He gives us in return is easy to carry; to serve Him and to be obedient 

to His teachings. 

We also have a loving and powerful mother in His Mother Mary; our Queen 

and our Mother too.


Yes, we must love, be kind and take especially care of the ones close to us, 

our children, family, and we are attached to them in a deeply personal way, 

but otherwise, we must never use, cling to or depend on people for our well 


It is folly to do so because sooner or later they will let you down. 

We must never cling and hang on to people.

To do so is dependency; seeking security in parent figures, something 

has not grown up to become fully autonomous and independent. 

Our brothers and sisters


There is only one God.

He can only be accessed through His Only Son Jesus Christ; this we 

affirm as Christians. 

There are fundamental differences between the different religions, 

we have to be logical; if there was no substantial difference between 

them, the existence of different religions would not be a fact.


We are only talking about our belief system, it is obvious that 

respecting every person's dignity which surpasses differences in culture, 

religion, politics, race, etc. are fundamental concepts and attitudes in life;

they were instilled into most of us, growing up. That includes openness of 

heart towards our brothers and sisters, and among our Saints we have many 

examples of what that looks like in practice, Mother Theresa of Calcutta, 

for example. She didn't impose the Catholic religion on anyone, she just 

lived her faith in charity, and in so doing probably helped more people to 

find Christ than any preacher or any ecumenical program could. 

because if it doesn't fit, we cannot "make it" fit, by talking about it.


We can not compromise with the truth, the truth is absolute.

Truth cannot be modified or updated; truth cannot be made 

more relevant; "according to the times we live in."

Truth cannot change, it never did change in the past and it never will change

in the future. Truth is 100%.


Since the program of ecumenism started, where they want to unite with

churches that revolted against the catholic doctrine, in a worldly understanding 

of  "loving our neighbour"( "just agree with him") and a political idea of unity, 

the result has been a disastrous continuous erasing and fading away of the 

absolute truth of Catholic dogmas and teaching.


And here in France that meant that many Catholics no longer knew their 

religion, the teaching became blurry, vague, and some said that protestantism 

was just as good, if not even better! than the Catholic Faith.

The ability to discern and differentiate was lost, instead it adopted the spirit of 

the 60's; peace and love, no borders, equality of all people; 

we are all the same....


The previous awareness that had existed amongst Catholics; that it is by our 

words and actions that we show what we accept, disappeared. 

If we say nothing and do nothing when bad things takes place, 

we are collaborating with them, we are giving it our support by our presence and 

silence, we become participants with it.


The Church is going further, she wants to blend 

with Islam and the other religions and philosophies, including paganism; 

to make a Global Church; the brotherhood of man. 

She is going down the road of pure politics, instead of staying the unlimited 

powerful spiritual force she in reality is.


As a result we now have today occasional Masses co-celebrated with Imams.

There is no point for Mass goers to complain on Facebook about this, and then 

say nothing and gladly going along with it when it happens in our own church. 


Human nature has not changed since the times of the old testament; 

that is why God sent his only Son with the only intention to save our souls 

and give us eternal life.


The Catholic program is not a political one, it is not about worldly power 

or domination, it is a personal sanctification program which is difficult and 

which only a few are willing to take on.  ( check out the New testament)

True peace in the world can happen if people change internally, and

imitate Christ.