Voice From the Womb
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CATHOLIC CHURCH BYLAW AND LITURGICAL RENEWAL
The Establishment Clause in the US Constitution states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;" The phrase, "shall make no law ... prohibiting the free exercise thereof", ensures the freedom of expression of religion is guaranteed everywhere with no exception. The phrase, "shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion", refers to the designation of a particular religion or denomination as the so-called State religion, such as Baptist, Catholic, Judaism, etc. This was to avoid what England had done when it favored the Anglican Church to the detriment and persecution of other denominations. Hundreds of years later, this phrase would be turned around to suppress the freedom of expression of any kind of religion on state property or in business, a direct contradiction of the underlined words used above in the same clause!
I recently visited the Outer Banks of North Carolina and felt the Lord's distress at the state of two churches there. The first did not have any kneelers, and participants were forced to stand in unision during the consecration. The loud noise everywhere preceding the Mass made one think of a bingo game and was hardly conducive to reverent meditation before Mass. A lady with a guitar led the music and sold her wares afterwards. At the second parish I was heartened to see kneelers and a liturgy of the hours in place before Mass. That hope quickly vanished when I found that the tabernacle was located in the back of the church, so that when we knelt we had our buttocks facing the Lord. Then in walked a lady in a dress to perform the Eucharistic Communion and homily all by herself, all the while with a deacon present in the Mass! I felt the desire of the Lord to wash away these churches (and ensuing areas) with large waves so that they would need to be rebuilt again. After prayer, I implored Him instead to add these requirements for the Churches:
* Kneelers must be present (or knee pillows) to encourage kneeling at the prescribed time in the universal liturgy
* The tabernacle of the Lord must be located in the front of the church
* Silence before Mass must be maintained for reverence for the Lord's physical presence and meditation
* Deacons or male parishoners will perform Eucharistic Celebration and homily in the absence of a priest
* Devotion to the Mother of Jesus must be encouraged with statues in prominent locations
* Obedience of consecrated souls to all norms of the Church must be kept, even to wearing of the habit
Separation of Church and State was a phrase coined by Thomas Jefferson, referred to as the author of the Declaration of Independence, in a personal letter to a pastor to encourage him that the government (state) would not be encroaching upon the pastor's church beliefs. In no way did Jefferson imply that the phrase was intended to justify the purging of the free expression of religion in the state and work place. That would be an extreme hypocrisy given the official dependence of the new nation upon God as stated in the Declaration of Independence and a direct contradiction of the Establishment Clause. That false use of the phrase would come hundreds of years later.
Therefore, in order to remain in the grace of God who so famously answered the implicit pleas of the Founding Fathers, decisions of the Supreme Court and lower courts that directly contradict Laws set forth by the Supreme Judge of the World must be immediately reverted to the original forms below:
*** All abortions must be illegal.***
*** Marriage must only be between one Man and one Woman. All same-sex marriages must be dissolved.***
*** Laws restricting Prayers or Bibles in any state institution must be reversed or dissolved. ***
*** Laws designed to promote the observance of Sunday as a day of worship or rest are to be encouraged. ***
Therefore, decisions of the Supreme Court and lower courts that resulted in the suppression of the free expression of religion in the State and elsewhere, or in the prosecution of individuals exercising their religion in personal, business, or state functions, especially where the phrase Separation of Church and State was applied falsely as described above, must be reversed or vacated.
On July 4, 1776 the US Congress gathered for perhaps the most important official Assembly in the history of America. In the ensuing Declaration of Independence signed by all the attendees, the importance of and the dependence upon God was mentioned in four different ways. The title Supreme Judge of the World implied that God held a higher position in the new nation than the 9 Supreme Court Justices. Indeed the Ten Commandments of God were looked upon as the pinnacle of law and order and affected decisions made by the Supreme Court and lower courts for hundreds of years.