14 thoughts on “How to be a Catholic: Episode #2: Why and when does God Protect us?”

  1. I want to follow your words because they are the truth. Since Vatican II the Church has fallen into deep heresy. The demons have been actively seducing the prelates of the Church. Now we have the test of tests with this fake pandemic which will likely separate the evil from the good. May it be so.

  2. Great video. This topic was more precisely about “Why and when does God protect us from the fallen angels/forces of evil?”. It would also be nice to hear you talk a bit about “Why and when does God protect us from the consequences our own bad choices – if He does at all?”.

    Because my sister-in-law is so conflicted and confused on that matter. She hasn’t yet taken the snake bite and she says she doesn’t want to because in her heart she knows it is wrong and that this whole world situation right now is of the devil, and thus her conscience doesn’t allow her to simply go get the snake bite. But on the other hand she lives in Canada and her parents are in South-east Asia and they are elderly and she misses them and wants to go help them in their old age. And so she’s thinking to herself that since God wants us to honour and love our parents, that if she were to take the snake bite in order to be just towards her parents and do the righteous and loving act of traveling home to take care of them, that God, in his providence, would protect her from physical and spiritual harm from taking the deathvaxx. Almost like she assumes that since God knows she doesn’t want to actually take the deathvaxx and yet does it in order to honor her parents, that God would see her as a daughter willing to sacrifice herself to the deathvaxx in order to love her parents and obey God’s command to honor parents.

    Yet deep down I think she isn’t so confident that her reasoning is good because she still, thank God, hasn’t given in to go get that snake bite.

    But anyhow, I dont know if “why and when does God protect us from the physical and/or spiritual consequences of our bad choices? Or does He even do so?” is a topic that fits in your “How to be Catholic” series, but I do remember some time ago you had a video where you mentioned that if you go walk off a cliff and you knew the cliff was there or you had no good reason not to know it, that God isn’t obligated to save you from splattering on the ground. Do you think it reasonable to rely on some such notion of providence to assume that God would protect one from the snake bite’s temporal and spiritual consequences if the motive was to do something very good such as taking care of elderly parents?

    1. By refusing the DeathVaxx, your sister will merit more grace for her parents than going to meet them with the mark of the beast on her body and soul. We can pray the Angels to protect our loved ones when for extraordinary reasons we cannot visit them. Yet, there are private jet companies who are offering transport without the DeathVaxx Passport from nation to nation. They are very expensive, but its pleasing to God that we spend money to avoid sin.

      1. Ah, very helpful reply Brother. I hadn’t thought of the two first points about offering the merits to her parents and the matter with the Angels, and was completely unaware of the third point about private jets. Thanks a lot!

  3. Brother,
    Have you written about the phenomenon that supposedly take place at Medjugorje? It is not spoken of in traditional circles, but if you meet novus ordo people, they will tell you about rosaries turning to gold, dramatic healing, deliverance, etc. My opinion is that these are demonic “miracles”, but please correct me if I am wrong. Thank you.

    1. Cheap rosarys are plated with a layer of metal so thin — one atom thick — that with sweat and moisture of climing a rocky hill on foot, they lose their plating and change color. It’s not diabolic or a miracle, its chemistry.

  4. “Let nothing frighten you, All things are passing away: God never changes. Patience obtains all things. Whoever has God lacks nothing; God alone suffices.” St. Teresa of Avila

    BUONA DOMENICA FRA Alexis! Grazie! Pace & Bene!🙏✌️🙏✌️

  5. Br. Bugnolo what does gods word say about diet? i think just like one would not take alcohol and cigarettes in a church, similarly one would not put dead animals there. If one considers ones body as gods church/temple would it be right to say preferred diet would be aa vegetarian one?

      1. That’s interesting, fasting is common in many religions. Pagans are satanists/elites ? I’m not clear who Pagans are.

        Please clarify Genesis 1:29 in regards to diet. God said, “See, I give you every seed-bearing plant that is upon all the earth, and every tree that has seed-bearing fruit; they shall be yours for food.”

      2. There is only one God, who is purely spiritual and transcends everything visible and physical, present in no one place His power, knowledge and presence, is present to all places and times. Those who worship demons, idols or gods, in reality worship devils and their lord Satan. These are called pagans in English. As for diet, we Christians can eat anything so long as it is not poisonous, lethal, or dangerous. And yes et can eat meat, but we haves days and seasons of fasting in the Catholic Church to atone for sin and to subject our bodies again to the will of God.

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