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Immorality Is The New Name For The Three-Letter Word That We Dare Not Speak Its Name

 

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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – You bought into the brainwashing.  You bought into the Communist line.  You bought into the progressive line.  You know what the progressive line is?  There is no truth.  Gee, why would a progressive say that?  Because if there is no truth, then they can make it up.  Whatever they say is true, even if they change their mind.  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  You bought into the brainwashing.  You bought into the Communist line.  You bought into the progressive line.  You know what the progressive line is?  There is no truth.  Gee, why would a progressive say that?  Because if there is no truth, then they can make it up.  Whatever they say is true, even if they change their mind.  What used to be true in 1962, not true anymore today.  That means in 1962, was it a truth?  No.  How do we know that, Mike?  How do we know that, listener John / Jane Doe?  How do you know that?  You know that because a known truth does not have an expiration date.  If it’s true in 1962, it’s true in 2015. [/private]

A woman named Dorothy Sayers — I’d like to take you back into the halcyon days before Pearl Harbor, in the year 1941, 23 October.  Dorothy L. Sayers delivered, in part, the following to a gathering at the Public Morality Council at Caxton Hall in Westminster.  Here’s a question for you: Where might we find a Public Morality Council today?  Where you going to find that at, Bravo Channel?  Where you going to find that at, ESPN?  Where are you going to find that at, hotair.com?  Where are you going to find that at?  Where is there a Public Morality Council?  Here’s an even better question.  If there was one, would anyone even go to it?  I would.  So be it.

I was only able to read about two of these ten pages.  This is just brilliant.  As a matter of fact, this doesn’t look to be copyrighted material.  I’m going to take this and publish this is a PDF on the site at MikeChurch.com so that if you wish to read it, you can.  It will be easy to find.  The title of her address is “The Other Six Deadly Sins.”  She begins with a story that I believe we could tell today and not only would we hear a very similar refrain from the person that tells the story, but I’d wager that most would say, [mocking] “Wait a minute, you mean there actually is seven deadly sins?  I thought that was just a movie with Kevin Spacey and it.”  Yes, sir, that’s exactly right.

[reading]

Perhaps the bitterest commentary on the way in which Christian doctrine has been taught in the last few centuries is the fact that to the majority of people the word “immorality” has come to mean one thing and one thing only.

The name of an association like yours is generally held to imply that you are concerned to correct only one sin out of those seven which the Church recognizes as capital. By a hideous irony, our shrinking reprobation of that sin has made us too delicate so much as to name it, so that we have come to use for it the words which were made to cover the whole range of human corruption.

A man may be greedy and selfish; spiteful, cruel, jealous, and unjust; violent and brutal; grasping, unscrupulous, and a liar; stubborn and arrogant; stupid, morose, and dead to every noble instinct and still we are ready to say of him that he is not an immoral man. I am reminded of a young man who once said to me with perfect simplicity: “I did not know there were seven deadly sins: please tell me the names of the other six.”

About the sin called Luxuria or Lust, I shall therefore say only three things. First, that it is a sin, and that it ought to be called plainly by its own name, and neither huddled away under a generic term like immorality, nor confused with love.

[end reading]

Mike:  I’m three paragraphs in.  This is already brilliant.  What Ms. Sayers is basically saying is — now, think about this.  There’s a part of the book Humility of Heart — that many of you have taken to the book.  We’re just about ready to publish it.  The eBook edition will hopefully be ready by week’s end or early next week and the hardbacks will be on their way.  You can still download it free.  Make a donation to our efforts.  It’s very expensive to do these things.  Read the book Humility of Heart. It will change your life.

One of the things that you’ll learn in Humility of Heart is something that Father Bergamo insists that the laity must do and he does every day, is to do what’s called an examen of conscience.  What’s an examen of conscience and how is that going to elect Trump and fix all our problems?  It’s not going to elect Trump, but it might fix your personal problems.  Of course, you don’t want to deal with the personal sphere; we have the world to save.  We can’t save the world by saving ourselves first now, can we?  Oh, gosh, what a horrible thought that is.  Gee, I wonder who snuck their nose under the tent of our moral façade and told us: Don’t worry about yourself.  Just worry about everybody else.  That has been a bit of nominalism, isn’t it?

How many people use the word sin in public or private conversation on a daily basis? You might have heard me use it of late, and I will confess that I am one of the worst practitioners of this and have been.  Having realized the error of my ways, I now try and use the term sin where it is applicable.  Previously I would have said of women having little children out of wedlock: Oh, that’s unfortunate.  What kind of state of immorality is that?  Many of you will call this show and have — I could produce hours and hours and hours of loops of people saying, [mocking] “The immorality around us.”  This is nominalism.  This is replacing a term with something that defeats the use of the term or changes its meaning.  Immorality has changed the meaning of sin.  You know that knuckle-dragging Neanderthal we all hate because he didn’t have an iPhone?  Remember how miserable he must have been because he didn’t have indoor plumbing?  Gosh, what a horrible existence.  Middle Age man, Renaissance man, the men that gave us Western civilization as we know it today, they gave us hospitals.  They gave us universities.  All those things we give them no credit for.  They knew what sin was.  They also knew that it was to be avoided at all costs.  Why?  Because it would cost you eternity.

Folks, that is an eternal truth.  It has not expired.  The expiration date on that statement is as true when St. Thomas Aquinas said it, was as true when Catherine the Great said it at the dawn of the new age of Russia, was as true when it was said by St. Bernard of Clairvaux, when it was said by Christopher Columbus, when it was said at the time of John Adams.  It’s true today.  There is no expiration date to it.  Modern man has replaced sin with immorality.  Immorality just sounds like a choice.  Nothing to see here, citizen, move along.

Ms. Sayers is correct and she was saying this in 1941.  For those that think ‘Murica only went downhill after the sexual revolution and birth control and Woodstock, listen up.  As Allan Bloom wrote in his great book The Closing of the American Mind, and he wrote that book in 1988 — it’s a hard to read book.  I don’t encourage anyone to read it.  You’re going to slog through if you do read it.  In any event, as Bloom wrote, those that think that our problems began in the 1960s, that is historically ignorant and dangerous.  The millennial generation believes that our problems began when the Clintons’ term ended.  All these problems are centuries old and they are serious problems.  We as humans are going to have to deal with them by the tens and hundreds of millions.  That’s why they’re serious problems.  Let’s go back to the original statement here, to get a marker on where we are today.  What did she say? [/private]

[reading]

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A man may be greedy and selfish; spiteful, cruel, jealous, and unjust; violent and brutal; grasping, unscrupulous, and a liar; stubborn and arrogant; stupid, morose, and dead to every noble instinct and still we are ready to say of him that he is not an immoral man. I am reminded of a young man who once said to me with perfect simplicity: “I did not know there were seven deadly sins: please tell me the names of the other six.”

About the sin called Luxuria or Lust, I shall therefore say only three things. First, that it is a sin, and that it ought to be called plainly by its own name, and neither huddled away under a generic term like immorality, nor confused with love.

[end reading]

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