Saturday, 16 January 2016

BISHOP FRED HENRY OF CALGARY CALLS OUT GOVERNMENT AS "TOTALITARIAN!" Catholics of Alberta - Listen to your Bishop, you voted for a fascist regime, now you get to live with it, clearly, Ontario has spread her evils westward.

The homosexualists at the Communist (Canadian) Broadcasting Corporation say the Bishop is "under fire for opposing LGBTQRSTUVWXY and Zed" guidelines for schools thus proving correct his comments.

Harper should have killed the CBC off long ago. Instead he kept them alive and we know the rest of the story.

Alberta Catholics, are you proud of yourselves now that you've joined the idiots here in Ontario? I thought westerners had more brains. Clearly, I was wrong. 

Bishop Henry's observations on relativism and totalitarianism in our western democracies articulates that Liberalism, taken to its extreme, is fascism. Though, he would never admit it. Frankly, Liberalism is a mental illness. When it enters the Church, it is Satanic.

Look around yourself for the proof.

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ

It saddens me to say but totalitarianism is alive and well in Alberta

Prior to becoming Pope, Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio on May 25, 2012 gave a "Te Deum" homily commemorating the establishment of Argentina's first national government following the revolution of 1810. The major thrust of his homily was that only the commandment of love, in all of its simplicity - steady, unassuming, but firm in conviction and in commitment to others - can save us.  We need to re-root ourselves in a sovereign love that is simple and deep, to love God above all else and our neighbour as ourselves.

Two forms of deception impede the realization of any plan as a nation, i.e., the madness of relativism and the madness of power as a monolithic ideology.

"Relativism, under the guise of respect for differences, is homogenized into transgression and demagoguery; it allows anything, because it wishes to avoid being burdened by all the inconveniences required of a mature courage to uphold values and principles. Relativism, is curiously, absolutist and totalitarian. Relativism does not allow for any differing opinion. In no way does it differ from an attitude of "shut up" or "don't get involved."'

Power as a monolithic ideology is another lie which accentuates narrow-mindedness and seeks dominance over others. Consequently, social trust, the root and fruit of love is eroded.

On November 5, 2015, David Eggen, the Minister of Education issued an edict to Boards Chairs of Public, Separate, Francophone and Charter School Boards re learning environments that respect diversity and foster a sense of belonging. Board policies are to be shared with him, together with the required regulations or procedures by March 31, 2016.

"It is important to specifically address the board's responsibility as it relates to the LBTQ community.... As part of my review, I will also be looking for evidence of policy and regulations or procedures related specifically to Section 16.1 of the School Act and the support for the establishment of gay-straight alliances (GSAs) and queer-straight alliances (QSAs)..."

The Alberta Government "Guidelines" issued on January 13th show no evidence of consultation with or sensitivity to the Catholic community. They breathe pure secularism.

This approach and directive smack of the madness of relativism and the forceful imposition of a particular narrow-minded anti-Catholic ideology. Such a totalitarian approach is not in accordance with the Supreme Court of Canada opinion (Loyola) delivered on March19, 2015 and must be rejected.

Catholic schools share a foundational belief that all children are loved by God, are individually unique and that the school has a mission to help each student to fulfill their God-given potential in all aspects of their persons: physically, academically, socially, morally and spiritually.

Our Catholic schools are committed to supporting inclusive communities that teach care and compassion for every person, regardless of age, race, sex, gender or sexual orientation, and require that every person be treated with dignity and respect.

Our teaching is rather simple and direct. God created beings as male and female. In doing so, he gave equal dignity to both man and woman. In his plan, men and women should respect and accept their sexual identity. God created both the body and sex as good. Hence, we do not approach sexuality with fear or with hostility to the flesh. It is a gift of God by which men and women participate in his saving plan and respond to his call to grow in holiness.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that sexuality involves the whole person. "Sexuality affects all aspects of the human person in the unity of his body and soul. It especially concerns affectivity, the capacity to love and procreate, and in a more general way the aptitude of forming bonds of communion with others" (CCC, no.2332).

All persons - married, single, religious and ordained - need to acquire the virtue of chastity. "Chastity means the successful integration of sexuality within the person and thus, the inner unity of man in his bodily and spiritual being."(CCC, no.2337).

Chastity unites our sexuality with our entire human nature. It approaches sexuality as related to our spiritual natures so that sex is seen as more than a physical act. Sexuality affects the whole person because of the unity of body and soul. Jesus is the model of chastity.

"Chastity includes an apprenticeship in self-mastery which is a training in human freedom"(CCC, no.2339). The acquisition of chastity depends on self-discipline and leads to internal freedom, which enables human beings to temper sexual desires according to God's plan for the appropriate expression of love in the marital relationship of a man and a woman..

GSAs and QSAs are highly politicized ideological clubs which seek to cure society of "homophobia" and "heterosexism," and which accept the idea that all forms of consensual sexual expression are legitimate. The view of sexuality that they espouse is not Catholic.

The Supreme Court held that "to tell a Catholic school how to explain its faith undermines the liberty of the members of its community who have chosen to give effect to the collective dimension of their religious beliefs by participating in a denominational school"(para.62), "ìt amounts to requiring a Catholic institution to speak about Catholicism in terms defined by the state rather than by its own understanding of Catholicism" (par.63), and "ìt also interferes with the rights of parents to transmit the Catholic faith to their children" and the "rights of parents to guide their children's religious upbringing"(para. 64 & 65).

✠ F. B. Henry                                                                                                                           Bishop of Calgary

They used to call him "Red Fred' at St. Peter's Seminary in London because of his economics and views on social justice. This is the problem; these Catholics, including Prelates such as Bishop Henry fed the leftist ideology in Canada and now are being eaten by the very monster they helped create.

But at least on this, he is right.


Barona said...

Will his brother bishops join him? Or, will they let him be eaten - and then, they, will be consumed.

Bishops of Canada - do not think that your silence will cover for you. "They" will be coming for you too! You will either join "them", or, you will be martyred. St. John Fisher is the example to follow!

Anonymous said...

A true Catholic will contradict both sides of the political spectrum on particular issues. Pray for this Bishop! He 'may' have been heterodox in the past but it appears he understands now his role as a shepherd. He's on fire now!

I that in this year of mercy the most merciful thing bishops can do is to point out the existence of hell and that people go there.

It is merciful for God to allow imperfect contrition as a path to salvation.

We surely know that God would rather have us come to him contrite through sorrow and not fear.

Vox Cantoris said...

I've never known Bishop Henry to be heterodox on anything. He seemed to have on the social justice train and is a liturgical trainwreck but he's been pretty solid on this issue and sodomite so-called marriage to the point where he has been threatened.

Dorota said...

I can no longer watch TV news or listen to the radio and remain calm for long, but occasionally I listen to CBC while driving. As soon as I turned it on today, I heard a conversation in the segment called, if I remember correctly "The sixth day" regarding the passing of David Bowie. Turns out that what this admitted oculist and admirer of Aleister Crowley (who openly aspired to be the most evil, deranged man on earth, and who thought that 33d degree of masonry was not hard core enough for him) has taught us about art is the following: "The more straight you are, the less interesting you become."

The CBC is an instrument of pure propaganda. When the woman who proposed obligatory Gay-Straight Alliances in Alberta parliament was experiencing difficulty in pushing it trough, the CBC radio gave her the floor for about 15 minutes,too accuse and whine, while a Catholic opposing them got about 1.5 minutes, and was cut off in mid sentence - all for the sake of balanced reporting in this idiocracy of ours. I am glad I did not get into some accident on the road, I got so mad.

Did bishop Henry think that by cooperating with these diabolically disoriented people he would bring about good fruit in Alberta? I knew he would not. I am shocked that he is shocked now. This irrational and indecent attraction our hierarchy developed for the so called social justice is the fruit of a corrupted mind via corrupted education.