The Catholic Dogma on Blessings

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

There exists a dogma of the Faith on blessings, though it has not yet been defined, and it is this.

“To bless”, in English, translates the Latin “benedicere”, which means ‘to speak well of’.

But ‘to speak well of’ means approval on the part of the one speaking.

If the one speaking is God or the ambassador of God, then the blessing signifies the approval of God.

Any attempt to make the word “blessing” mean the request for prayer so that one can return to doing God’s will is simply fraud.

Words have meaning.

God, being infinite Truth and Goodness, cannot obviously bless, that is, approve of evil and falsehood. This is explicit revealed doctrine, in the Book of Numbers, Chapter 23, in verse 19, where the prophet Baalam says in regard to blessings:

19 God is not a man, that He should lie, nor as the son of man, that He should be changed. Hath He said then, and will he not do? hath He spoken, and will He not fulfill?

And thus anyone who says God can bless evil or evildoers, not only blasphemes God but utters heresy.

Catholics should stop attending Parishes where God is blasphemed or where heresy is preached or made the basis of practices.

Tell your priest, that if he approves of Fiducia supplicans, you are not only NOT going to ever give a dime to him again, but you will never attend his masses again, because, as Saint Paul exhorts us, What can Christ have to do with Belial? What can a believer have to do with an infidel? (2 Corinthians 6:15).

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