As the pope congratulates marxist ‘christians’ for there ‘fight’ for the rights of the poor, I have yet to hear him, or other cardinals, condemning the horrors that are going on right now, as I write this, in China, North Korea, Vietnam and Cuba. I too care about the poor and have spent many years helping the poor in Santa Cruz California, Mexico, the Philippines and Brazil. My parents helped the poor all their life. As a traditional Catholic, I totally believe that we should help the poor. I learned that from Jesus who said; ‘Sell your possessions and give to the poor.’ ‘Store up for yourself treasure in heaven, where neither rust, moths or thieves can take them.’ Over and over again, we read about the saints who cared for the poor.
But, there is no one poorer right now, than the baby in the womb who has nothing, not even a right to live, (if her mother so happens to want to kill her). Just look at Plannedmurderhood selling murdered babies parts. The poor are targeted by plannedmurderhood and governments to have their children killed or to be sterilized. Killing babies is more ‘cost efficient’ than supporting them on welfare. Yet the pope says; ‘Let’s not talk about abortion and birthcontrol,’ (which leads to abortion). Yes, at times, he has spoken against this mass murdering.
I do not understand how any Catholic or christian can not keep on talking about this extremely evil thing going on right now. And China, communist, to “help the poor” are the major killers with their 1 child policy. You hardly ever hear any Catholic leader speak about this either.
Sin causes poverty.
- Rich men’s greed,
- high taxes,
- government leaders desire for power,
- banks charging interest,
- corporations greed,
- unfair low wages,
- the stock market, (of which the Vatican and USA dioceses invest heavily in),
- having sex and children out of wedlock,
- irresponsibility men and women who do not care for the children they engender.
We can help make the world a more just place by obeying God’s laws and bringing back Christendom. There, the Church and Government work together, (under God’s laws), to care for the everyone, including the poor, education, schools, hospitals and the Church.
The original author of this blog passed away in July of 2016. RIP Father Carota.