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Michael Voris is doing great work exposing the fake Catholic bishops of America. Problem is Voris doesn’t think they are fake Catholics, as he rightly thinks Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi are fake Catholics. He says so often. In his latest video below, Voris points to the fact that his fake Catholic bishops recognize Biden as a professing Catholic (See 6:22 into the video). Voris then remarks, “In precisely what universe do these devils think Biden professes the Catholic faith? If Biden professes the Catholic Faith, then the same could be said of Hitler, who was likewise was a baptized Catholic. And like Biden, at baptism is just about where any pretense to Catholicism stopped.”

Question for Voris: In precisely what universe do you think your bishops profess the Catholic Faith? If your bishops profess the Catholic Faith, then the same could be said of Biden and Pelosi, who likewise profess heresy, the same heresies at that. Since your bishops accept as Catholics Biden and Pelosi, how do your bishops profess the Catholic Faith when they recognize as Catholic and members of the Church those who don’t profess the Catholic Faith, which itself is heresy? 

You rightly condemn Biden and Pelosi as fake Catholics, because they profess heresy. However, your bishops profess heresy as you admit through implication in this video. Again, that heresy being that non-professing Catholics are professing Catholics and members of the Church. 

How, then, are you a Catholic when you profess the same heresy as your bishops by recognizing them as they recognize Biden and Pelosi? 

 

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Taken from my favorite book Purgatory by Fr. F.X. Shouppe, S.J. :

That which shows still more the rigour of Purgatory is that the shortest period of time there appears to be of very long duration. Every one knows that days of enjoyment  pass quickly and appear short, whilst the time passed in suffering we find very long. Oh, how slowly pass the night for the poor sick, who spend them in sleeplessness and pain. We may say that the more intense the pain the longer appears the shortest duration of time. This rule furnishes us with a new means of estimating the sufferings of Purgatory. We find in the Annals of the Friar Minors, under the year 1285, a fact which is also related by St. Antoninus in his Summa. [1]

A religious man, suffering for a long time from a painful malady, allowed himself to be overcome by discouragement, and entreated God to permit him to die, that he might be released from his pains. He did not think that the prolongation of his sickness was a mercy of God, who wished to spare him more severe suffering. In answer to his prayer, God charged His angel-guardian to offer him his choice, either to die immediately and submit to the pains of Purgatory for three days, or to bear his sickness for another year and then go directly to Heaven. The sick man, having to choose between three days in Purgatory and one year of suffering upon earth, did not hesitate, but took the three days in Purgatory. After the lapse of an hour, his angel went to visit him in his sufferings. On seeing him, the poor patient complained that he had been left so long in those torments. “And yet,” he added, ” you promised that I should remain here but three days.” ” How long,” asked the angel, “do you think you have already suffered ?” “At least for several years,” he replied, “and I had to suffer but three days.” “Know,” said the angel, “that you have been here only one hour. The intensity of the pain deceives you as to the time; it makes an instant appear a day, and an hour years.” “Alas! then,” said he with a sigh, “I have been very blind and inconsiderate in the choice I have made. Pray God, my good angel, to pardon me, and permit me to return to earth. I am ready to submit to the most cruel maladies, not only for two years, but as long as it shall please Him. Rather six years of horrible suffering than one single hour in this abyss of unutterable agonies.” [1] Part iv. § 4.

Don’t forget the poor souls in Purgatory this Feast of All Souls. 

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