Monday, June 01, 2015

The mills of God grind slowly on personal and a national level.

I was reading a rant by a man who I'm guessing is in his 60s, who has lived a sinful life and won't go to church. He's disgusted by the situation we find our ourselves in politically and morally in this country. Suddenly it came to me, and I didn't write a comment because it would've caused a com-box fight and I don't get into those; that this guy is part of the problem. The nice, regular folks who have been married two or three times without shame or the slightest societal rebuke, the people who lived with their lovers without the pretense of a civil marriage, the ones who left their kids behind in order to find themselves, the millions who had Playboy on the coffee table  and spent most of their weekends in the  70s and 80s in various bars opened the door to what we have today. Yeah, the kids are ugly but when you look at what produced them you suddenly see why.

Though the mills of God grind slowly;

Yet they grind exceeding small;
Though with patience He stands waiting,
With exactness grinds He all.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


Catholic Mission said...

They sure are grinding slow and sure on this one.

Cardinal Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani and Cardinal Richard Cushing changed all that.They were playing God just like Martin Luther or King Henry VIII.

The faith at Mostar is not based on the Bible, Tradition and the pre-1949 Magisterium

Joe Potillor said...


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