#1 The Core of the erred philosophy on the part of the new Church innovators

The improper interpretation (by the new Vatican administration of the Church) of cause and effect otherwise known in Thomas Aquinas philosophy as ‘double effect’ ( RE: from cause and effect ) i.e. A bad work or a bad deed can NEVER justify an effort towards a good effect or otherwise and immoral act in order to achieve a moral outcome

This counter interpretation , aside from being not Catholic, is sinful. The enemies of the Church know the truth and an example of double effect in their case would be self-condemnation and then damnation.

Jan Bentz – Catholic scholar , philosopher, and writer for the Life Site News journal , explains , in laymen’s terms, much better than I , the heart of the new Church philosophy . It is quite interesting and suprising as to why it was not picked up by authentic Catholic theologians earlier on – it is clearly the heresy of consequentialism born from its mother “utilitarianism” from English and French revolution philosophers – Jeremy Bentham, an elite English freemason , who lived through the American and French revolutions and promoted it and its sister, “welfarism” Welfarism holds to be true the anti-Catholic philosophy that ” rules should be evaluated on the basis of their consequences “

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#2 The WarTo Change God’s Laws & Alter The Applications Of Natural Law Among The Enemies Of The Church Is On – vs. Those Fighting To Defend And Restore The Social Reign Of Christ The King

The Loneliness of Christ at the Cross – Professor Roberto de Mattei Via OnePeterFive



#3 The Best Philosophy In The World Illustrates That ” Even The Enemies Of The Church Believe The Truth Of The Church

Need Any More Proof? | The Vortex



March 16 – Plinio Correa de Oliveira commentary on the Saint of the Day – St. Abraham Kidunaia, St. Abraham of Edessa (And Close Colleague Of Saint Ephraem)

“Notwithstanding, they were impressed by the attitude of St. Abraham who courageously broke their idols. When a difficult problem arose that they could not solve, they thought to themselves: “Our idols were not able to defend themselves, but this man cured himself when we left him to die. So, his God and not ours must be true”