What People are Commenting
Manners, Cardinals & Human Composting
Gestures, Conversation & Punctuality
Some reactions to our reels on the
Catholic Manual of Civility
Re: Chapter 8: Governing the Hands & Feet
These are good videos to help remind us of how our behavior and presence should be. Thank you.
- T.L. (YouTube)
- A.S. (YouTube)
- D.S. (Instagram)
This is great.
- T.T.M.A. (Instagram)
I’m not Catholic but this makes a lot of sense and seeing a return of it would be very nice.
- T.B. (Instagram)
Re: Chapter 9: Speaking and Conversation
I look forward to each day one of these is released. It's a good thing you do.
- D.B. (Instagram)
Exactly, this is why freedom of speech is wrong, This idea came with liberalism… only truth should have the “right” to be said…
- D.S. (Instagram)
Re: Chapter 13: Punctuality
If you are 5 minutes early you're not late, if you are 30 minutes early it's very possible you will never be late but for sure you will end up wasting a lot of time, so try to be roughly 10 to 15 minutes early and you will more than likely never be late and you can give yourself time to prepare for what you are being punctual for ... and being early to any important meeting just looks good.
- C.J. (YouTube)
I certainly have a lot of work to do.
A Stacked Deck!
Francis is not losing any time preparing for his successor.
Of the 11 cardinals who will lose voting privileges over the next year, all are appointees of either John Paul II or Benedict XVI. Of the 120 cardinals eligible, 82 will have been appointed by Francis, 68.4 percent, above the two-thirds threshold.
For more, read
Beware of Human Composting in California -
New Law Points to Climate Change
West Coast Pro-Life
As a Catholic I am very, very offended by this trend. I heard about this out of Washington State and tried to ignore it. Now it's a trending California practice. First came cremation now this horror. Lincoln is a rural town near Sacramento.
Reminder: the human body is sacred in
Beware of the trend among modernist Catholics toward cremation!
popularity among Neo Christians - including the Neo Catholic Church - has opened the door to "human composting"
Decree against Cremation. On May 19, 1886, in answer to two questions posed by the bishops, the Church forbade the joining of cremation societies which were for the most part of
origin and spirit, and it was further condemned to request cremation of one’s own body or the body of another.
"On December 8, 1869, the International Congress of
imposed it as a duty on all its members to do all in their power to wipe out Catholicity from the face of the earth.
“Cremation was proposed as a suitable means to this end, since it was calculated to gradually undermine the faith of the people in the resurrection of the body and life everlasting." (Fr. John Laux,
(Imprimatur 1932 p. 106.) (
, Sep. 19, 2022:
"California will allow human composting under new law."
[Image of Sacramento Bee's short video about new human decomposting property in Lincoln, California.]
Juan Martinez, general manager at
Morgan Oaks Eternal Preserve
, gives a tour of the new, eco-friendly burial cemetery in Lincoln on Earth Day, Thursday, April 22, 2021.
Burials at the Placer County facility use biodegradable materials.
"Californians will be able in a few years to compost their bodies after death under a new law
signed Sunday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The process, called
natural organic reduction
, involves placing a corpse in a steel vessel and covering it with materials such as wood chips, alfalfa, and straw until it decomposes. The remains are returned to family members or can be mixed into soil in a conservation area.
"Washington was the first state to allow people to choose human composting as an alternative to burial or cremation, followed by Colorado and Oregon. Under the new law, California officials must come up with regulations by 2027. Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, a Bell Garden Democrat, co-introduced the proposal. She extolled the new law’s potential environmental benefits.
“The wildfires, extreme drought and heat dome we just experienced remind us that
climate change is real and detrimental and we must do everything we can to reduce methane and CO2 emissions,”
Garcia said in a statement, adding that it took three years for the proposal to pass.
a funeral home in Seattle offers the service for $7,000, according to its website. The company says it takes about six to eight weeks for a person’s body to turn into soil. Katrina Spade, its CEO, said in a statement she was thrilled that Newsom signed the bill. “Natural organic reduction is safe and sustainable, allowing our bodies to return to the land after we die,” Spade said.
Newsom did not provide a comment with his approval of the measure, which was overwhelmingly passed by lawmakers last month. But there was opposition. Before the bill was passed, the California
Catholic Conference said the process reduced bodies to a “disposable commodity.” It added that burying bodies, or honoring cremated remains, “comports with the virtually universal norm of reverence and care towards the deceased.”
SEE ALSO: The conspiracy to destroy the Catholic Church was laid forth by the Italian Masonic Lodges.
"The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita"
- the Secret Plan sent to the Italian Masons on how to destroy the Catholic Church.
"Lay your nets like Simon Barjona. Lay them in the depths of sacristies, seminaries, and convents, rather than in the depths of the sea, and if you will precipitate nothing you will give yourself a draught of fishes more miraculous than his. The fisher of fishes will become a fisher of men. You will bring yourselves as friends around the Apostolic Chair. You will have fished up a Revolution in Tiara and Cope, marching with Cross and banner-a Revolution which it will need but to be spurred on a little to put the four quarters of the world on fire."
The Alta Vendita: A Masonic Blueprint for Subversion of the Catholic Church
PDF Document - free download
Posted September 29, 2022
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