A conflict that does not require our involvement does not warrant our voluntary involvement, this is a case where the cause does not warrant the effect!
Catholic Archbishop Jason Gordon showed himself, more than any other religious leader in Trinidad & Tobago to be co-operating with what has been called the ‘Great Reset’
Essentially, Catholics believe that only two options can be taken in relation to this issue. Either Catholics depart from the Church since they cannot agree, or, they suppress their own judgment and blindly obey the Church officials. Yet this dilemma is not necessary! When one properly understands the true concept of obedience one finds that not only does a third option exist, but that it is very much within reason to utilize such an option.
People now believe that as long as a sexual act is stimulating it is good, forgetting the natural law and science itself. Homosexuality is objectively wrong because the natural purpose of the sexual act can never be brought about by the engagement in homosexual sex.
The media then aim, as much as possible, to get as many viewers as possible with the idea of selling these viewers to advertisers. These advertisers, be it private or state-owned, in the final analysis, keep the entire media organization afloat since they provide the money for the operation. This puts the media in a double negative situation where they must avoid telling any truth that may cause them to lose their regular advertising revenue while at the same time they must publish other exaggerated shadow stories that may very well be detracting from the heart of T&T’s real issues.
The phrase new normal, despite its linguistic craftiness, implies abnormalcy and radical change with which we are now familiar. Because “the new normal” implies that the normal to come will be new altogether, it means it will not be normal….
we have seen perhaps the most revolutionary and democratic of events take place: the storming of Capitol Hill in Washington DC. This is true, whether the naysayers will admit it or not….
the first thing one knows about society is that it consists of a plurality of persons. It is therefore fundamental to first discuss man since a “good” society would differ depending on what is good for the individual men that make it up.