Critical Theory vs Catholicism

Critical Theory vs Catholicism

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[Music] o god of hosts to whom all that is best belong graft in our hearts the love of thy name and grant us an increase of true religion words taken from today's opening prayer the collect in the name of the father and of the son and the holy ghost amen according to a recent report in the newspaper there is something seriously wrong with the national archives rotunda
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it seems that that solemn space which prominently displays original copies of the declaration of independence the united states constitution and yes the bill of rights supposedly has serious problems the critical report insists that it's high time to quote reimagine the rotunda unquote as it presently stands the national archives rotunda is an example they tell us of structural and systemic
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racism where certain men like washington jefferson and madison are portrayed two positively such egregious problems of our founding documents and founding fathers could easily trigger the unprepared visitor and require him to seek immediate safe space the national archives task force on racism has determined that changes must be made it has been suggested that some performance
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art will change how visitors feel upon looking at our nation's founding documents reimagining the rotunda could include perhaps interpretive dance they tell us interpretive dance that could help in destroying the mythology connected with our past the report also called for special signs and vocal announcements that would quote warn audiences of content that may cause intense physiological
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and psychological symptoms unquote safe spaces again must be constructed and therapeutic coloring books and even therapy pets ought to be available such precautions again may be helpful in avoiding the potential trauma trauma mind you connected with viewing original copies of the declaration of independence the u s constitution and
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the bill of rights now for most of us here today such of ridiculous story it does not surprise us we're used to it by now we've become used to the pablum issuing forth from the mouths of various activists who claim that our country our past our traditional heroes are irredeemable and so you hear repeated repeated over and over again that western
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societies are history's greatest examples of racism white privilege sexism nativism xenophobia fascism nazism you name it of course the real motive the real motivation behind such activism is ultimately the destruction of all traditional western institutions in order that a real revolution might occur and a new order
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be established based largely to be honest on marxist leftist revolutionary principles in short the attack upon our founding documents and founding fathers is referred to as quote critical theory critical theory the definition of critical theory is in the very term itself criticizing everything from start to finish critical theory is an unrelenting
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unremitting attack upon all traditional institutions and traditional norms as a result marxist critical theory brings about much self-hate and cultural pessimism in the population that is under attack we begin to hate ourselves as one traditional catholic author put it critical theory brings about quote a sense of alienation a sense of hopelessness
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of despair where even though prosperous and free a people comes to see its society and country as oppressive evil and unworthy of any loyalty or any love the new marxists considered cultural pessimism a necessary precondition of revolutionary change unquote you're going to have a revolutionary country you have to hate what you are and hate your past
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the aims of today's critical theorists even extend to abolishing the traditional family abolishing gender defunding the police abolishing the border abolishing prisons abolishing the senate abolishing all things immigration enforcement voter id abolishing capitalism abolishing private charter schools corrupting the minds of impressionable youth abolishing religion abolishing religious freedom abolishing free speech abolishing rights
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abolishing objective truth abolishing even reality itself now adherence of critical theory in our country are the ultimate ingrates they lack any appreciation or gratitude for the country they grew up in the men who helped found this nation were not perfect men who said they ever were but many were great men and they sacrificed much to establish this nation consider what some of the signers of the
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declaration of independence had to endure think about it five signers were captured by british soldiers as traitors and they were tortured before they died twelve had their homes ransacked and burned to the ground two lost their sons in the revolutionary army another had two sons captured nine of the 56 signers of the declaration of independence fought and died from wounds or hardships in the revolutionary war
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they signed and they pledged their lives their fortunes and their sacred honor and they signed the declaration of independence knowing full well that the penalty would be death if they were captured another example the battle of yorktown a thomas nelson jr a man who signed the declaration noted that the british general cornwallis had taken over his very estate his home the nelson family home and they had made it british headquarters the owner
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thomas nelson jr quietly urged general george washington to open fire again on his own house the fire was destroyed destroyed the home and nelson died completely bankrupt another signer of the declaration of independence namely john hart was driven from his wife's bedside while she was dying their 13 children fled for their lives his fields and his mill were laid to waste for more than a year he lived in forests
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and caves to survive returning home to find that his wife was dead and all of his children vanished a few weeks later he died from exhaustion and perhaps even a broken heart such are the stories and there's many more of the sacrifices for the american war for independence they had security but they valued liberty more as for the critical
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theory proponents well these critics have done nothing with their lives they've done nothing with their sorry little lives insignificant midgets that they are they tear down the statues and monuments of men who actually did something with their lives and accomplished much but you know critical theory adherents who bad mouthed every single aspect of american history are not just seen among
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various leftist marxist groups there is a bit of this theory even in some traditional catholics you could call them critical theory trads who denounce the founding of this republic and its founding fathers and founding documents at every single turn now i realize and we should all realize that america from its beginning did commit an original sin an original sin if you will by failing to acknowledge the source
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of authority as coming from god and not purely from the consent of the people it's a big problem the founders we also know pushed aside the christian order of things and neglected to proclaim the social reign of christ the king though almost the entire country was christian we largely embrace at the beginning the principles of organized naturalism and even some free masonic principles
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i've read father dennis fahey and you should read him too father dennis fahey all of his wonderful books wondrous books on christ's kingship to tell us that he's not just the king of heaven but he's the king of every part of this earth and he should be recognized as such i know that but with all this being said could we not appreciate in many ways this republic and its history my ancestors and perhaps
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many of yours found a home in this nation and were able to practice the catholic faith in the new world our founding fathers were men filled with natural virtues and perhaps ever before in the history of man had more talented people come together to form a nation and they brought about an experiment an experiment in ordered liberty mind you ordered liberty not license
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true liberty reason reasonable rational freedom they would be horrified at what this country's become today with its perversions and licentious behavior that's not freedom they wanted ordered freedom ordered liberty and yes america has been part of divine providence because god uses nations he has in the past and he still will in the future he's used nations in many ways the good lord used
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rome we know this we even pagan rome to conquer many peoples to establish a pox romana a piece of rome throughout the world that's part of the prophecy christ would be born during a time of peace it was the roman peace that brought that about literally rome helped prepare the way for the advent of the messiah the holy trinity raised up rulers such as constantine and charlemagne these were temporal rulers secular rulers
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to both establish and strengthen the christian order of things divine providence would employ countries and kings whether in france spain or portugal or elsewhere to defend the church from attack the country of russia was also part of divine providence would eventually be a chastising instrument from the most high being allowed to spread her errors throughout the world as a punishment for its crimes in connection with this the united
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states of america was a stone a rock in the river of revolution a great bulwark at one time against the spread of bolshevism preventing the spread of the red army and helping to protect the free world from communist domination it is most unfortunate that the very marxist powers that america fought so hard against infiltrated our own institutions and have brought about much corruption
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finally the catholic church does not embrace critical theory and never will because it's irrational rather the catholic church carefully discerns things taking what is true and good in a culture but rejecting what is erroneous and evil the church saw the value in greek wisdom this was pagan people who were thinkers in the human philosophical wisdom from men like aristotle
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plato socrates there was something good there and the church grabbed it it was truth but at the same time the church rejected all notions of pagan idolatry which is grotesque and obviously blasphemous towards god the church discerned the truth and goodness present in pagan romes legal tradition roman law roman order helped the church in many ways the church benefited in taking
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her central place in pagan rome that will become her headquarters and would spread the gospel via the many roads that connected the entire roman empire rome was set up for evangelization she would become a teacher of truth whereas before she had been a teacher of lies church rejects critical theory and the wholesale rejection of any culture rather the church carefully discerns finding what is true and good for her
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very bridegroom and founder is the word made flesh he is truth the author of truth and reason if there is any true thing and good thing in culture including in our institutions in our founding fathers and founding documents if there's anything true or good there then christ the truth is there and therefore it belongs
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to us the members of the church in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy ghost amen [Music] foreign so

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