It is no secret that the Vatican is a secretive institution. It is monarchical by nature– so anyone who opposes this is simply an uninformed Catholic or Protestant– or a member of some other religion. This secretive nature works fine in the hands of a truly holy Church hierarchy– but it is a disaster in the hands of certain corrupt prelates who have made their home in the Catholic Church.
However, the information which should be available to the public, pursuant to Catholic Canon Law and Ecclesiastical dicta, based on two millennia of Christian martyrdom and justice (as long as the modernists respect this), should now be widely accessible to the public as a result of the Internet.
Imagine if the Internet would have been available during the infamous Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). One would hope that there would have been a major rejection of the Council’s modernist (socialist) agenda, had the proposals been easily available.
The Vatican entered the Internet very slowly and carefully. But with the persistence of vaticanisti and the worldwide web, it has become more difficult for corrupt church officials to hide their activities.
With the Internet in mind, it is critical that Catholics, as well as those who follow the Vatican, observe closely the proposals being discussed at the current Synod on the Family, and how some of these proposals go against the core teachings of the Church.
Someone has to say the truth…
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