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Monday, April 26, 2021

Bergoglio teaches that it does not matter to violate the Third Commandment or fail to fulfill the obligation to attend mass


☠️"There are many people -- maybe the majority" -- who come to church "only on special occasions or never. But that doesn't make them any less children of God. The Father entrusts everyone to Jesus, the good shepherd, who gave his life for all."☠️

Saint Hildegard: "The Man of Sin will be totally full of sins, will be recognized as the cruelest Son of Perdition, since he will be immoral in everything and will teach men things contrary to God... He will open his mouth to preach contradiction".

Daniel 8:10-11
It grew great, even to the host of heaven; and some of the host of the stars it cast down to the ground, and trampled upon them. It magnified itself, even up to the Prince of the host; and the continual burnt offering was taken away from him, and the place of his sanctuary was overthrown.

The Church teaches that is a grave (i.e., mortal) sin to skip Mass on Sunday or a holy day of obligation when one is able to attend.

Not attending Mass on Sundays and other holy days of obligation— without a just reason — is a mortal Sin that violates the Third Commandment and the first commandments of the Church.

«Those who deliberately fail to do so commit a grave sin»

Worship--the Ultimate Purpose of the Church
The Supreme Law of the Catholic Church is the Salvation of souls.

The chief commandments, or laws, of the Church are these six:
  • To assist at Mass on all Sundays and holydays of obligation.
  • To fast and to abstain on the days appointed.
  • To confess our sins at least once a year.
  • To receive Holy Communion during the Easter time.
  • To contribute to the support of the Church.

                              Sanctifying the Lord's Day

All the baptized who have reached the age of seven and have the use of reason are obliged to hear the entire Mass on the holy days of obligation.


The Third Commandment

1 Q: What does the Third Commandment: Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath day, command us to do?

A: The Third Commandment: Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath day, commands us to honor God by acts of worship on festivals.

2 Q: What are festivals?

A: In the Old Law they were Saturdays and certain other days regarded as specially solemn by the Jews; in the New Law they are Sundays and other festivals instituted by the Church.

3 Q: Why is Sunday sanctified instead of Saturday in the New Law?

A: Sunday, which means the Lord's Day, was substituted for Saturday, because it was on that day that our Lord rose from the dead.

4 Q: What act of worship is commanded us on festivals?

A: We are commanded to assist devoutly at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

5 Q: With what other good works does a good Christian sanctify festivals?

A: A good Christian sanctifies festivals: (1) By attending Christian Doctrine, sermons, and the Divine Office; (2) By frequently and devoutly receiving the sacraments of Penance and the Blessed Eucharist; (3) By the practice of prayer and works of Christian charity.

6 Q: What does the Third Commandment forbid?

A: The Third Commandment forbids servile works and any other works that hinder the worship of God.

7 Q: What servile works are forbidden on festivals?

A: The servile works forbidden on festivals are those works called manual, that is, those material works in which the body has more part than the mind, such, for instance, as are ordinarily done by servants, laborers, and artisans.

8 Q: What sin does one commit by working on festivals?

A: One commits a mortal sin by working on festivals; brevity of time, however, will excuse from grave sin.

9 Q: Is no servile work at all permitted on festivals?

A: On festivals those works are permitted which are necessary for life, or for the service of God; as well as those done for a grave reason, with leave, when possible, from the Pastor.

10 Q: Why is servile work forbidden on festivals?

A: Servile work is forbidden on festivals in order that we may the better attend to divine worship, and to the care of our souls; And to enable us to rest from toil. Hence innocent recreation is not forbidden. 


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