Sins Against Purity Cause Wars
Richard Salbato 9-11-2007
Today we remember the second attack on American soil of an
enemy. This time it was not done by a
Christians who live in Moslem countries live as second class citizens with no right to vote, or to hold any government job. They cannot evangelize nor show their faith in public. Publicly they condemn any form of alcohol, eating pork, abortion, birth control, homosexuality and any sex outside of marriage by their women. Privately, however, both the men and women practice homosexual acts and even pedophilia. When not in their own country they drink and hire prostitutes.
When they take any country or land by force they consider it
theirs forever. If that land is taken
back they consider it an invasion of their property. In their minds they have taken it for god and
when they loose it they have offended god. Because they believe that this land
was concurred for god, any occupation of this land by non-Muslims is a sin
against their god. Therefore, even
though the Jews, then the Romans, then the Europeans controlled
The birth of this new Radical Terrorism started with two
things. First there was a Moslem who spent some time in
These two people spent a great deal of time in Western Societies seeing things that made them both come to the conclusion that we are Satanists. They were justified in this on one point, immorality.
Sins Against Purity
You can learn from the bible and from
many apparitions that wars are sent by God as a punishment for sins. I need not
reference the many that I know in the Bible.
You can say the same thing about Christ’s prediction of the
destruction of the
I need not go further than
Consider that these Radical Moslems have at least one point
in accusing us of being Satanic, and that is our immorality, not just in
Internet porn, TV sitcoms promoting free sex, advertisements promoting fast food with almost pornographic sex, comedy daily TV shows promoting and glorifying homosexual life styles, teachers having sex with 14 year old students, classes forced to promote homosexual life styles to minors, teachers and school nurses promoting condoms and abortions, and then our Lady of American asks us to become sexually pure Americans, so that we can become Her instrument of peace for the rest of the world?
As a Catholic family there is very little we can do about these external problems that we are not already doing to some degree. We are moving our children out of public schools and even out of Catholic schools that are not doing a good job of teaching faith and morals. Many of us are Home Schooling. Many of us are monitoring TV programs and internet use. But let us face the fact that even among most Catholics we fall way short in morals and purity.
The Major Sins of our era
17. Upright men can even better convince themselves of the solid grounds on which the teaching of the Church in this field is based, if they care to reflect upon the consequences of methods of artificial birth control. Let them consider, first of all, how wide and easy a road would thus be opened up towards conjugal infidelity and the general lowering of morality. Not much experience is needed in order to know human weakness, and to understand that men -- especially the young, who are so vulnerable on this point -- have need of encouragement to be faithful to the moral law, so that they must not be offered some easy means of eluding its observance. It is also to be feared that the man, growing used to the employment of anti-conceptive practices, may finally lose respect for the woman and, no longer caring for her physical and psychological equilibrium, may come to the point of considering her as a mere instrument of selfish enjoyment, and no longer as his respected and beloved companion.
The first major sin of our era is Private Dating. From this everything else follows. The next major sin of our age is Artificial Birth Control, including Sterilization, (I am not talking about natural birth control), which opened up the sexual revolution and paved the way for the rest. If Artificial Birth Control really worked there would not be so many out of wedlock births, and so many abortions. What it did do, however, is make people feel safe to have sex and when it did not work they had the back up of abortion. Instead there was a surge in out of wedlock births. Instead of safe sex, there are millions of abortions each year. These two things, dating and birth control, produced all the rest: Fornication (sex outside of marriage), Adultery, Masturbation, Homosexuality and its ultimate result – Pedophilia. The real and ultimate result of the sexual revolution is Abortion.
Humanae Vitae - http://www.papalencyclicals.net/all.htm
I just read your latest posting on sins against purity. Today in my grade 12 law class, we compared the Utilitarian approach to law and justice (all law springs from Man's own authority) to the Natural Law approach (all man's law must flow from the Natural Law made known to us via Divine Revelation). It was an excellent class.
Prior to its beginning, a student, who had asked a particular question yesterday, brought in a two page printout from the website of NAMBLA (I sent her to that site to convince her that there was indeed a war ongoing against God and his Church, and the latest victims were children.) Halfway through that lesson, I read the printout. It was written by a man who praised efforts to abandon any age restriction on sex with children. It was awful. The author used the kind of language you or I would use to encourage the worship of God. I was very pleased to see the revulsion in my students.
Then, I explained to them that when I started my career 29 years ago, I got the same reaction when I predicted to my students that Canada one day would have abortion on demand, and that doctors would rip babies apart in their mothers' wombs. I no longer get that reaction. I then wondered aloud if, when I taught their children (they laughed; I'm too old to one day be teaching their kids) I would get the same reaction to a letter like the one I had just read, or if it would just be taken in stride. I then explained that we get to this state of affairs by rejecting God and Catholic truth in our philosophy, which finds it way into our laws. They were genuinely enthralled.
Then a young man asked me how we can stop this evil. I told the entire class that it all starts with them in their 1/6.5 billionth of the world. They have to marry before they mate. They have to raise their kids with love and affection. But they also have to be mothers and fathers first, and best friends after that. That means they have to set limits and enforce them. They have to take them to Mass with them, even as infants. They have to take to church with them when they go to confession, even when the kids are too young to confess themselves, just to show the children that we humbly and lovingly submit ourselves to God. I told them they have watch their kids, spend time with them, teach them, play with them, tuck them in at night, sit at breakfast with them.
I was really on a roll. I had gone on a while when I looked more closely at the rest of the class. Their attention, and gaze, was riveted on me. They were focused on every word I was saying. It made me sad. I realized that after 12 years in a Catholic school system, they had likely never heard these words before. Maybe had never heard them at home. There is such a hunger among our young people for God's Truth, and for guidance. They just don't seem to be getting it. One of the things I do is to bring info to them from outside the text book.
Monday, they will read your article on purity. I'll let you know their response. (I've brought a lot of your "stuff" to class.)
Have a great weekend, Rick.
Rick you took the words right out of my mouth on private dating. I've been trying to figure out who I said all of those things to 7 years ago...because it was almost verbatim! Chaperones, yes!
That is so encouraging! Good job! In this day of blogs the idea could spread quickly... I would really like to see it.
That web site is terrific! I'm riveted to it!
Rick, I love you! (with the love of christ, of course.)
And I am sure the devil hates you:>)
I am so happy to finally have something in writing to support my beliefs about purity!
Most people think it is nonsense that physical catastrophies are a result of our unbalanced spiritual deviations. Even some priest on TV laughed about this. They do not see it as the wrath of God. They figure that what they do in private is their own business. I say it is not their private business because we all pay for it.
Your article is wonderful!
I will make it a point to pray an extra one for you, for your perseverance, since I suspect the devil will more than likely try to discourage you from your good work. I feel I am not doing much, but I will at least attempt to help in this small way:>)
Thank you so much for your many super articles!
Whole unequivocal hearty support,
This should give you some comfort. I am in the process of becoming a consecrated virgin for my diocese. I met some of these woman at a conference recently. Hopefully, there are good consecrated and lay faithful who abide by the Lord's commandments, esp. in terms of purity. If we are not careful, though, like you said, the more we abadon God the more he will us. I do agree that the Lord treats Catholic Christians like Israel before he came as man. Except, I think he expects more from us. If you read Mary Agreda's work, which I think is excellent, she mentions how the Blessed Mother, tells her how we have the same as the early Christians were given, however, the Lord has given us more over time, saints, popes, true apparitions, devotions, esp. Sacred Heart, Divine Mercy, adoration, etc.. The more were given the more is expected from us. I know that the innocent, lowly people, the suffering, the consecrated truly devoted to the Lord, also faithful Catholics, the children and poor that suffer are a pleasing sacrifice to him. I do believe there are more victim souls nowadays as well, (which may include those I mentioned) to deflect his justice on our world. Thank goodness, the Blessed Mother is our patronage, this has been so beneficial to our country. Also, other saints and angels who guard our countries, etc. I'm glad they dedicated our country again, after the Nov. elections to her Sorrowful and Immaculate heart. Yes, home schooling families I believe are instrumental in providing society with following of good morals and living. I'm sure your aware of Fr. Pat Peyton, who is up for canonization. He's the one who advertised, the family that prays together, stays together. I have noticed the Lord working through his church and people, to help us get things straightened out. This is one example, as well as, Pope Paul's encyclical, as well as others. He uses tv and other media methods to counter the evil that comes from TV, internet., etc. So, it appears good and evil are battling it out. I know that in the end the Lord will be victorious because he already has been, on the cross. I also believe we have to be hopeful, as those before Jesus came, about his second coming. One day all this will be over. Let's pray that as many souls as possible will be saved, before he comes in justice, for than it will be too late.
God bless, Donna
I just read "Sins Against Purity Cause Wars." This is excellent and I am going to pass it on to others. But please, change the spelling, it is not the Shaw of Iran, it is the Shah of Iran.
Sins against purity causes wars, beautiful article Rick. As the bible said, wars are a means of punishment sent by God. And with the way the United States is going as far as immorality is concerned, is a just reason for God to send us to war. I am so guilty of the many things that you have mentioned and constantly asking for God’s forgiveness. I really believe that you were sent to open our eyes to these facts, and I will forever be thankful for that.
Rick, I will continually pray for the success of your mission.
----- Original Message -----To: Rick SalbatoDear Rick,Congratulations on your message, " Sins Against Purity Cause Wars, Richard Salbato 9-11-2007". Your urging Catholics to reject un-chaperoned dating implies the need for a unified church movement to "evangelize the culture", as John Paul II called for but which is being neglected.I have one disagreement with your article. In it you say that fornication is not against natural law, but it is. Sexual intercourse by its nature expresses a permanent commitment of one party to the other, but fornication excludes commitment. Sexual intercourse is by its nature is ordered to procreation, which in turn is ordered to the rearing of children, which by its nature requires the unity of two committed parents; fornication excludes commitment and of its nature is unconcerned with procreating or rearing children. For these two reasons, fornication is against natural law. All sins of impurity are against natural law because they go against the procreative and unity aspects inherent in the act.Keep up your thoughtful work.Fr. Bart, O.P.Dominican Mission of the Western U.S. Province,Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico