Prophet Malachi and curses

It is so important, as we read in the prophets, to renounce all the evil that we as Catholics have committed and beg for God’s blessing again on our Church.
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 We are afraid to be bold about all the terrible actions that are going on in our Church today and to denounce them and beg for God’s mercy on us.  What I am referring to is the bishops, priest and laity  who are (behind the back) fighting against what is Holy and the Church’s teachings.  So I am proposing that we begin by boldly denouncing what is going on by letters to the chanceries and the Vatican.  But more important is to beg for forgiveness so that the curses that we received for these bad actions will be lifted by God and the Church can be renewed.

“A son honors his father, and a servant fears his master; If then I am a father where is the honor due me?  And if I am a master, where is the reverence due to me?  So says the Lord of host to you, O priest who despise his name.  But you ask, “How have we despised your name?  By offering polluted food on my altar!  Then you ask, “How have we polluted it?  By saying the table of the Lord may be slighted!  When you offer a blind  animal for sacrifice, is this not evil?  When you offer the lame or the sick, is it not evil?  Present it to your governor; see if he will accept it, or welcome you, says the Lord of host.”  Malachi 1,6-9   “And now, O priest, this commandment is for you: if you do not listen, And if you do not lay it to heart, to give glory to my name, says the Lord of hosts, I will send a curse upon you and of your blessing I will make a curse.
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 Yes, I have already cursed it because you do not lay it to heart.  Malachi 2,1-2