Are Catholics Naïve About The Media?

Comment:

Nobody trusts the media today – apparently opinion polls show that journalists and politicians are neck and neck in sharing the public’s dismal opinion about their integrity.  Yet, generally speaking Catholics seem to believe whatever they are told, judging by recent high profile controversies. The Catholic hierarchy generally go along with the popular view, as fed to us via the media. Is this naiveté or charity?

 

We Must Love The Truth…

ImageWould I be showing any real devotion to Our Lady by going against Her express will that Her Fatima Message be made known and Her requests be fulfilled? Would I be loving the Pope by standing idly by when I know that he is about to lose his neck unless he repents and heeds Our Lady’s commands? Is there any value in the kind of unity that Pilate and Herod achieved when they set aside their former enmities and united to crucify Jesus Christ?!

If a person’s supposed devotion to Our Lady is not based on the truth, then it is not a true devotion. If a person’s love of the Pope is not based on the truth, then his “love” is an illusion. If a person’s efforts fostering the “unity” of the Church are not based on the truth, then he is building a house of cards. Our Lord did not build His house upon a bed of lies, and He needs no lies to support His holy Church. Click on picture of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart to read rest of this extract from Fr Gruner’s new book…