MHFM: This is really a sad story. It shows how evil people can be and how lawlessness prevails in pro-'LGBT' (sodomite) Seattle.
MHFM: Chaos and insanity take over when the basic moral law is rejected. The teacher made some good points.
I thank God for the incredible grace I have received in finding the true teachings of the Church through your site. I have recently watched your video on the Best Argument against "baptism of desire". My question is how such men as St. Thomas and St. Alphonsus could be wrong but not be heretics as they are undoubtedly in heaven as they are both great saints/doctors of the Church and therefore died in the Church (as you know heretics are outside the Church and therefore lost). God bless you and thank you so so much for teaching the truth!
That’s great to hear. The answer to your question is that while “baptism of desire” is contrary to Catholic teaching and must be rejected once a person has seen all the arguments, since it was not condemned as notoriously heretical by name it's possible for people to think it's Catholic teaching until they've seen the arguments and information that refute it. Theologians have been wrong on many things. This file is relevant on that matter (especially the part about how theologians were wrong about the deuterocanonical books even after Florence): https://vaticancatholic.com/canon-magisterium-theologian/
We also recommend that Catholics, if they can, pray 15 decades of the Rosary each day and the Hail Mary frequently. Also, this is a new video on the baptism issue: No Baptism, No Salvation - Pope St. Leo The Great.
For those who believe that God would not bring the Gospel to someone ignorant who is of goodwill, I would ask you to watch this video. God will overturn an entire empire to reach one man with the Gospel. If anyone is left outside the Ark of Salvation, it's for a reason.
That bit about Peter the Great was brilliant!
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