Very few of the clergy will make it to Heaven: they have too much to answer for Part 2

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only those remaining within this unity can profit by the sacraments of the Church unto salvation, and they alone can receive an eternal recompense for their fasts, their almsgivings, their other works of Christian piety and the duties of a Christian soldier. No one, let his almsgiving be as great as it may, no one, even if he pour out his blood for the Name of Christ, can be saved, unless he remain within the bosom and the unity of the Catholic Church." The Church later clarified these words by stating they are excluded those who through invincible ignorance don't know which is the true Church, and if they knew, they would immediately join it.

This doctrine is in the very words of Christ to St. Peter and his successors, "Whoever hears you [the Church], hears Me," and "Whatever you [the Church] shall bind on Earth shall be bound in Heaven."
Now you may say to me, what gives you the right to pronounce judgments on priests and the clergy in general? Shouldn't you remove the beam from your own eye before trying to remove the speck from your brother's eye? In answer to your objection, I asked myself that very same question. I remember reading in Catholic theology that it is the duty of a Catholic to sometimes even rebuke superiors, when they endanger the Faith;


 

that it not only is permitted, but if the salvation of their soul or the souls under their care is in jeopardy, then it would be sinful to say nothing; it may even put your soul at peril if silence is maintained.
While I was walking to church last week, I was asking God in a prayer whether it was His Will that I should issue this warning and rebuke to the clergy. Well, right in the epistle of the Mass that day, God says to the prophet Ezekiel (33:7):
"Now, mortal man, I am making you a watchman for the nation of Israel," And Ezekiel 33: 6: "But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, so that the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any one of them, that person is taken away in his iniquity, but his blood I will require at the watchman's hand."

Did you ever hear a priest mention hell in a sermon?
Many will go to hell mainly for the sins of omission rather then the sins of commission. It is a sin of omission not to rail against the major evils in the world today, some of which I have enumerated above. Now that I've mentioned hell, when is the last time you heard a priest mention hell in a sermon? The answer is not in a very long time. It gets even worse than that. They not only fail to talk about hell, but they seek to

 

undermine the doctrines of the Church. If hell is brought up, a false representation of it is put forward. It is no longer a place, but a state of mind. It no longer is a place of eternal torments, but only a state of separation from God. The flames of hell are not real, but are simply a figure of speech.
Well, I've got news for you. The Blessed Virgin of

Hell in all its horror
A depiction of hell in all its horrors.
Fatima showed hell in all its horrors to the three child seers. They saw the screaming souls in hell being blown about by the flames of hell. They were only shown that terrifying scene for a few seconds; otherwise they said they would have died of fright. Jesus Christ in the Scriptures says: "Depart from Me, ye accursed, into the everlasting flames of hell." Do you believe what Jesus says, or do you put your faith in modernist theologians, who seek to deny the very words of Jesus?