If we are not instructed, informed, educated, in morals,
how are we supposed to know what is right and wrong,
what we ought to do, and not to do?
Without a frame of reference, we are just floating along,
following the current worldview, because that is the only
thing that presents itself as a frame of reference; the
standard of the world.
However, for a person who has been brought up according
to the standard of Jesus and Mary, who has received it not
only in the academic sense but who has had it modeled to
him by those closest to him, which facilitates real
understanding, and who later consciously and willingly
says that he is rejecting it because he wants to do whatever
he will, this person knows what he is doing.
But the others, those who genuinely never received the
information in the first place, and who never saw it modeled
to them, how can they be guilty?
An obvious example would be sexual morality and conduct,
it is a fact that few people have been educated and
have understood it. Including very many Catholics;
laity and clergy.
Jesus cried out as He was dying in agony on the Cross:
"And Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not
what they do.” And they cast lots to divide his garments."
We make the assumption that all Catholics have been
educated in the faith, but the truth is that it was, and still is,
often so scare and so poor in quality and clarity, true
understanding never took place, although they externally
they might have adhered to it.
But what is internally in a person, manifests itself in
We do know that stealing and murder are sins, but there
are many ways to steal and murder; slander and lies
about a person is both stealing and murder of his good name,
which he is entitled to.
There is hypocrisy and falseness, two facedness,
lying, slander, these are recurrent facets of the modernist
We all sin, yes, all of us, but I am talking here about a different
spirit, which is not Catholic.
Whereas the Traditional Catholic Church which didn't give in to
modernism, liberalism, relativism, subjectivity, adapting to the world,
has preserved real and true Catholicism, which does not align itself
to the world, but which is in contradiction to it.
"Jesus said, “My kingdom is not of this world. If it were, my servants
would fight to prevent my arrest by the Jewish leaders. But now my
kingdom is from another place."
The Catholic Faith is supernatural in nature. That does not mean
that it bypasses human nature, but rather our earthly nature
provides the basis from which we can attain God, by applying
the catholic teaching in our daily lives.
We know from the Saints that it is possible. The Saints are there
to intercede for us, but also by learning about their human lives
on earth, we learn that they were indeed very human too, like us.
But then, to see the potential they unfolded, by their consent,
their letting go of their own will, making themselves available
to God, is an enormous inspiration to us.