God finds the humble. To be God like is more about what you are willing to give up rather than what we are to gain. For what will it profit a man if he is to gain the WHOLE WORLD and lose his own soul because he did not have Christ and the proper norm of Faith. How can we become God like when our very supposed own say that trying to convert someone is nonsense. The only nonsense outside of these heretics is the people who actually follow this garbage since Vatican II. The true Saints of our times ae HEROICALLY standing up and shouting. We are going against the grain because all hell has raised up against Christ and His Faith. God and specifically our Lady is still finding the humble to convey heavens message and to put churchmen on notice. God is seeking those who could care less about what their local bishop has to say about them. The Saints of our times are not trying to be recognized by the heretics in Rome trying to propagate their New Religion (which will get a formal stamp soon). These false traditionalists talking about “justice” being owed to the SSPX are completely blind. They are exactly the type of people Archbishop Lefebvre said to avoid lest you poison your own Faith. As we prepare for Lent let us be reminded that God chooses the humble to get his work done and those who consistently want to persist in novelty are not humble. They are full of themselves.
Celebs and other godless TV personalities. Rather than pray we engage in distraction. Rather than turn to Christ and Our Lady we turn to the TV. We are restless and unsettled. We do not want to deny ourselves and be empty to achieve this god like status in Christ. No, we need more and more distraction. We need our cup full of the latest filth to seem “normal”. We turn to our neighbors to see what they are doing rather than to the Saints. We look everywhere else EXCEPT for that truly which we should be locked in on. Get yourself a portrait of the Face of Christ and just remain. Sit there awhile…force yourself if necessary. Surround yourself in some Gregorian chant and just be. You will grow in wisdom as you begin to examine your conscience. Read the bible daily. Read a chapter or two out of the Imitation of Christ. Get some structure in your life outside of setting the DVR for the next episode of CSI or the Simpsons. Worldly people never achieve god like status (in the Catholic sense).