I asked anyone whose pastor condemned Marxism from the pulpit this past Sunday to email me, and Ms. Anonymous wrote:
I heard a homily denouncing Marxism, particularly as a destructive force against the family, last Sunday on the Feast of the Holy Family. This was at a Latin Mass parish near Denver… As an aside, this … parish … now has no sign ups or attendance limits, either, and … we practice our faith completely normally in the manner we always have. No “new normal” here. There are no masks or social distancing requirements (and the pastor regularly deals with calls from tattling neighbors to the local health department because of this).
Charles Simpson also responded
to your plea for sermons given yesterday denouncing Marxist’s evils.
Yesterday was Holy Family Sunday, and our pastor spoke of the evils of our times, including the Capitol psyop of last week, as well as the blessedness of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.
As you might expect, this is another parish that refuses to wear masks, anti-social distance or close its doors in deference to Caesar.
These two correspondents were it, though; no one else in LRC’s vast, worldwide audience bragged about his anti-communist pastor. Isn’t that absolutely tragic? Meanwhile, both congregations mentioned are Roman Catholic.Where are the Orthodox and Protestant churches?8:23 pm on January 12, 2021 Email Becky Akers