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Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

This priest is awesome. 




RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

Here's the next one:




RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

About Hell:




RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

Saving the best for last; where we all hope to end up:




RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - Augustinian - 02-28-2020

I love Father Isaac. He may be a bit of a rigorist, but it's clear he cares deeply about people's souls, as a priest should.


RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 01:01 PM)Augustinian Wrote: I love Father Isaac. He may be a bit of a rigorist, but it's clear he cares deeply about people's souls, as a priest should.


Haha, if he can't put the fear of God and hell into a Catholic soul I don't know who can. Straighten up and fly right!


RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - xsantiagox - 02-28-2020

I used to have on obsession with researching universalist theology but im accepting hell exists as described traditionally.
Ligouri's use of OT passages to describe hell are hard to reply to :o


Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - JacafamalaRedux - 02-28-2020

If you want to clear the room of liberals, just put this priest's mission on.

No kidding, if I need a little elbow room doing dinner prep this works like a charm.

And it's good for them, too. I know they think about what little they had to hear before heading off to some place else.

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RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - Melkite - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 07:04 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote: If you want to clear the room of liberals, just put this priest's mission on.

No kidding, if I need a little elbow room doing dinner prep this works like a charm.

And it's good for them,  too. I know they think about what little they had to hear before heading off to some place else.

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I'm gonna listen to these on my drive to church over the next few weeks!  Is he FSSP, SSPX, diocesan....?


RE: Death, Judgement, Heaven or Hell. - Augustinian - 02-28-2020

(02-28-2020, 07:36 PM)Melkite Wrote:
(02-28-2020, 07:04 PM)JacafamalaRedux Wrote: If you want to clear the room of liberals, just put this priest's mission on.

No kidding, if I need a little elbow room doing dinner prep this works like a charm.

And it's good for them,  too. I know they think about what little they had to hear before heading off to some place else.

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I'm gonna listen to these on my drive to church over the next few weeks!  Is he FSSP, SSPX, diocesan....?

I know he's in the Franciscan Order and has been associated with the FSSP, but I think he's kind of a lone wolf who does a lot with the Fatima Center.

(02-28-2020, 05:22 PM)xsantiagox Wrote: I used to have on obsession with researching universalist theology but im accepting hell exists as described traditionally.
Ligouri's use of OT passages to describe hell are hard to reply to :o


The most convincing and simple argument against universalism is just to look at the words of Christ in the Gospels. He spoke of hell and the eternity of hell more than anyone else in the entire Bible. Hell is not just some medieval concept developed to control people like a lot of modernists tend to think, nor is it temporary. The sheer urgency of the many missionary martyrs in the Church is a testament to the reality of hell. You do well in rejecting universalism, it's a cart hitched to a horse on its way straight into the abyss.