While reading the news this morning on NewsMax, I noticed an article about Rev. Frank Pavone telling Nancy Pelosi to renounce her Catholic faith if she continues to refuse to condemn abortion.
Well Rev. Pavone I have news for you. I was raised by my grandparents who were Catholic. It was in a little town in the province of Québec and the school I attendant had all nuns as teachers. The priest of the church (The Church of St Cecilia) used to come to our school every day in the schoolyard when we went out on recess and at times he would come in the classroom to preach to us about the word of God.
As I grew up and enough to understand what he was talking about, I gave up being a Catholic because it was all the lies. He would tell us that God was a good loving and forgiven God but then if anything catastrophic would happen and you asked him about it he would say it was God's will and anything that happened was God's will. He used to tell us that when you die and haven’t confessed your sins you go straight to hell for all eternity.
Now wouldn’t that be torture? I admit that an abortionist is going against the commandment of thou shalt not kill, but at the same time if the mother’s life depends on whether she lives or not by having this baby what is the decision? Take a chance that she lives or dies and have the baby or take a chance that she would die and maybe have the delivery and have a stillborn baby in which case both of them could die? Doing an abortion could save the mother in some circumstances. Now would that be committing murder according to God? I believe in abortion in a case like this. Isn’t better to save one life then losing two of them?
No I would say to Nancy Pelosi stick to your faith as you will be judged by the Creator Himself.
I lost faith in this Catholic religion because of the lies and the sex scandals about some pedophile priests a long time ago but I still have faith in the Creator. I would like to ask this reverend, all these problems in this world is it all Gods will?
That’s my rant of the day.