January 20, 2009

Reflective Thoughts From Fr. John Corapi

Posted by Judi Lynn Lake at 10:07
Today, while preparing to post, I was touched by the words from Fr. John Corapi and decided to post his thoughts. For further information on Fr. Corapi, visit: http://www.fathercorapi.com/


By Fr. J
ohn Corapi

We have passed the threshold into one of the most important weeks in American history, and a convergence of three very important celebrations reminds us of it. Yesterday we celebrated the remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, who worked so heroically and tirelessly to insure that all men and women might share in the American dream equally. Today we celebrate the inauguration of the first African American president, Barack Obama. That an African American can be so elected is indeed a cause to celebrate. However, Thursday we pray and do penance on the anniversary of the most infamous court decision in United States history, Roe v. Wade. All three are related.

Dr. King fought long and hard and suffered many things that all men and women in the United States of America might enjoy those truths that we hold to be self evident: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. He was an American hero for so doing. This week we should rightly celebrate the fact that an African American can be and has been elected President of the United States. This is surely progress, both political and moral.

This all being said, it has to plague the conscience of any thinking person that in this country there is yet the most immoral and deadly form of prejudice and persecution imaginable against the most innocent and vulnerable class of human beings—the unwanted unborn. No matter what advances this country makes, moral, economic, social, or technological, so long as that blight on our national identity remains, all else will ultimately pale into relative insignificance.

God is not a disinterested spectator in the affairs of man. He knows every child by name from all eternity. He loves each one with His infinite love. God’s holy Catholic Church teaches that abortion in a single case is homicide. I assert that if this is the case, and it is, then the 50,000,000 homicides through abortion that have taken place in the United States since Roe v. Wade constitute genocide. God will not favor such a country, regardless of any other progress. Unless this outrage against God and humanity is stopped very soon, the United States of America, and in turn all of the Western world, will realize the death wish that it has manifest for several decades.

Every Catholic, Christian, Jew, and all people of good will and right reason must pray and do penance rigorously and daily from now on for the defeat of this heinous evil we call abortion. If we fail, then Western society as we know it will soon collide with a disaster it will not survive.

May God have mercy on us

©2008 Fr. John Corapi. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.


About Fr. John Corapi

Father is a perpetually professed priest member of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity.

The pillars of father's preaching are basically three:
Love for and a relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary which leads us into a vibrant and loving relationship with Jesus Christ.

Great love and reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist--from Holy Mass to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

An uncompromising love for and obedience to the Holy Father and the teaching of the Magisterium of the Church.

Father Corapi's audio and video series on the Catechism of the Catholic Church entitled The Teaching of Jesus Christ has been widely acclaimed and is used throughout the world as a course in religious education and catechesis.

The essence of Father's message is the essential message of Jesus Christ. It is Good News: a message of truth and goodness, love and mercy. It is above all else a message of hope. Father is available to preach retreats, missions, and conferences:
Rev. John Corapi, SOLT

P.O. Box 9440

Kalispell, MT 59901

Telephone: (406) 751-1900 

Fax: (406) 751-1912

Publisher's Note: President-elect Barack Obama has promised Planned Parenthood that one of his top priorities as President will be to sign the “Freedom of Choice Act” (FOCA) into law.
FOCA would eliminate every restriction on abortion nationwide.

FOCA will do away with state laws on parental involvement, on partial-birth abortion, and on all other protections.

FOCA will compel taxpayer funding of abortions.

FOCA will force faith-based hospitals and health-care facilities to perform abortions.

Barack Obama believes this legislation will “end the culture wars.” To him, “ending the culture wars” means eradicating every state and federal law on abortion—laws the majority of Americans support.

Together, we can help stop FOCA. Visit www.FightFOCA.com and join the almost 400,000 people who have signed the online Fight FOCA petition so far. It’s up to us to save our babies!

1 comments on "Reflective Thoughts From Fr. John Corapi"

ADVENT MARDANI on 1/21/09, 1:51 AM said...

Congratullatioo for your new president.Indonesian fell happy to cause 'menteng boy'became a president


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