On the Irrepressibility of Conscience

November 28, 2008 § 2 Comments

You never can tell about people, of course, but the truth is that you can tell a whole lot more about people – and I include myself here – than we would like to admit. That thought regularly crosses my mind when I read certain blogs.

We know what Catholics who endorsed Obama would be busy doing if their reasons for doing so, however objectively flawed in my view, were fully sincere. And to the credit of some, we do see evidence of that misguided sincerity. On the other hand there are things we should expect as the result of the pangs of a guilty conscience; and we see plenty of that too.

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§ 2 Responses to On the Irrepressibility of Conscience

  • Marion (Mael Muire) says:

    Dear Zippy,You have linked to a blog calling itself <>Vox Nova<>. (<>New Voice<>). But the thing is, that blog’s message isn’t new; it’s ancient, very ancient: As ancient as the Garden . . . and the tree . . . and the fruit . . . and the woman. Eve believed the lies she was told. Women today believe the lies of “choice”. And many Catholics look on and believe and even mouth the continuing evasions, obfuscations, shadings, and nuancing that ancient enemy continues to manufacture to lead us away from Christ. O, lies, ever ancient, ever new. Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, extirpatrix of heresy and vice, pray for us!~~~

  • e. says:

    The <>New Voice<> is old & ancient; it is the voice of the Dark One, Marion — beware, my beloved!

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