What’s Done in Darkness Will Come to Light, by Stephen P. WhiteJuly 30, 2021
Saint of the Day for July 30: Blessed Solanus CaseyJuly 30, 2021
With a saintly long-ranging spiritual vision, Ven. Fulton J. Sheen saw the roots of today’s crisis firmly planted and growing in 1974, but he gave us an antidote.
By Joseph Pronechen, EWTN News, July 29, 2018
“First of all, we are at the end of Christendom,” Archbishop Fulton Sheen solemnly said during a television show in 1974. “Now not Christianity, not the Church. Remember what I am saying.”
Then he defined what he meant. “Christendom is economic, political, social life as inspired by Christian principles. That is ending — we’ve seen it die. Look at the symptoms: the breakup of the family, divorce, abortion, immorality, general dishonesty.”
That was 1974. Today we know it’s even worse with the definition of marriage and gender drawn into the picture. And the crisis within the Church.
He reminded that of 22 civilizations that have decayed since the beginning of the world, 19 rotted and perished from within. …