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"Deaf and dumb" Father Galvez. July 31th, 2016





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XI Sunday after Pentecost

Mark 7: 31-37

"Deaf and dumb"

Today's Gospel speaks of deaf and dumb, which comes very well to talk about the current situation in which we live. One World, both civil and ecclesiastical level, which is mute and deaf. It is a world of mute because nobody says anything, and if he says something is a lie. And it is a world of deaf because it has taken the option of not hearing anything, like the ostrich.

Both the world and the churches are paganized. We are facing a new church that has nothing to do with the Church founded by Jesus Christ.

It sounds curious, that in a world characterized by global communication, we have turned deaf and dumb ....

An example: The current problem facing Europe with Islam. We know that Islam has taken hold of Europe; and we also know that Islam is imposed by force, as the Koran says so. Yes, as he tells us the hierarchy, this is not a war of religions; although the terrorists themselves say that it is a war of religions ...

Why so much silence, both civil and ecclesiastical level? Both mutism has only one possible explanation, that there is someone behind who is interested in the Muslim people end up with Europe and its Christian roots; He is hoping to then finish Islam and thus introduce universal globalization led by the System ....

Cardinal Sarah days ago complained of inaction of governments to recent terrorist attacks in Europe. And I would ask the Cardinal Sarah: How many desecrations, ridicule Christianity and persecution against Christians have to endure to the Hierarchy raise your voice?

Not to mention the last stab given against the contemplative life ...

We find ourselves with civil and ecclesiastical silence ....

All this makes us think about the nearness of the second coming of Jesus ...

And against all this, hope. As St. Paul to the Romans says in the letter: "Who can separate us from the love of Christ ..."

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