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2017 SERMON ARCHIVE

Last Updated: 20 Jan 2017

Sermons by Fr. Rodríguez in English

Sometimes Right Sometimes Wrong Never in Doubt

Man often lacks the humility to acknowledge that his opinion might be wrong. He is so convinced of his rightness that he refuses to consider the possibility (doubt) he could be incorrect, even though the reality is he may be right or wrong. Heretics have accepted death rather than admit their error. The devil has his martyrs too. One can only have such certitude – and must – when it comes to infallibly defined dogmatic matters. At times, fear, intimidation and confusion tactics are even used in the effort to destroy or “change” God’s truth. Yet like St. Bernadette, we must stand fast, trusting that Our Lady picks her servants well. The first part of Advent calls to mind the General Judgment. In this universal courtroom there is impeccable evidence and no appeal is possible. This Judgment is inescapable and eternal. It is then that all errors and lies shall be revealed before everyone and all injustices shall be righted.

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Given by Fr. Ioannes Petrus, December 3, 2017 (-.)

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Sometimes Right Sometimes Wrong Never in Doubt

Man often lacks the humility to acknowledge that his opinion might be wrong. He is so convinced of his rightness that he refuses to consider the possibility (doubt) he could be incorrect, even though the reality is he may be right or wrong. Heretics have accepted death rather than admit their error. The devil has his martyrs too. One can only have such certitude – and must – when it comes to infallibly defined dogmatic matters. At times, fear, intimidation and confusion tactics are even used in the effort to destroy or “change” God’s truth. Yet like St. Bernadette, we must stand fast, trusting that Our Lady picks her servants well. The first part of Advent calls to mind the General Judgment. In this universal courtroom there is impeccable evidence and no appeal is possible. This Judgment is inescapable and eternal. It is then that all errors and lies shall be revealed before everyone and all injustices shall be righted.

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Given by Fr. Ioannes Petrus, December 3, 2017 (-.)