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Today we are joined by Chris Ferrara, the president of the Catholic Lawyers Association, a well known Columnist for the Remnant, the author of The Great Façade, The Church and the Libertarian, and his magnum opus: Liberty: The God that Failed. Chris today, comments on where Francis appears to be taking us with Laudato Si. Should we cheer the anti-globalist sentiments and the condemnation of Malthusian approaches? Should we celebrate the few scant references to abortion? Or are there foundational problems with the language in the encyclical that we should be weary of? Should Distributists harken to the condemnations of globalism and abuse of resources? Or is there a radical departure from the tradition of Catholic thought which we should be worried about? Join us for an in depth conversation on the document.
NB: All quotes from Laudato Si are either Chris’ or my translations of the Italian text, for reasons which will become clear.
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Hans Shellnhuber argues for world government and the “earth constitution”
Shllnhuber chosen to present Laudato Si
Heartland Institute Analysis of Global Warming (Quoted at around 8:00)
Heartland Institute Attacked by Vatican Climate Change meeting
Vatican Summit on Climate Change to feature pro-abortion UN officials
Sun causes climate
Summary of the “Petro-dollar” (I don’t agree with this site on everything, but their analysis of the Petro Dollar is good)
Saturn’s moon Titan has oil reserves beyond what the Earth possesses (any dinosaurs on Titan?)
More on theory of abiotic oil (i.e. that it is not a fossil fuel)
Reference 19:00 – Interview 011 – Hugh Owen of the Kolbe Center
The Question of “Inserire” revolves around #62 of Laudato Si.
Canticle of Creation (taken from Wikipedia, the Italian text of which matches my 19th century copy)
|Original text in Umbrian dialect:Altissimu, onnipotente bon Signore,
Tue so le laude, la gloria e l’honore et onne benedictione.
Ad Te solo, Altissimo, se konfano,
et nullu homo ène dignu te mentouare.
Laudato sie, mi Signore cum tucte le Tue creature,
spetialmente messor lo frate Sole,
lo qual è iorno, et allumini noi per lui.
Et ellu è bellu e radiante cum grande splendore:
de Te, Altissimo, porta significatione.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per sora Luna e le stelle:
in celu l’ài formate clarite et pretiose et belle.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per frate Uento
et per aere et nubilo et sereno et onne tempo,
per lo quale, a le Tue creature dài sustentamento.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per sor’Acqua,
la quale è multo utile et humile et pretiosa et casta.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per frate Focu,
per lo quale ennallumini la nocte:
ed ello è bello et iucundo et robustoso et forte.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per sora nostra matre Terra,
la quale ne sustenta et gouerna,
et produce diuersi fructi con coloriti fior et herba.
Laudato si, mi Signore, per quelli ke perdonano per lo Tuo amore
et sostengono infirmitate et tribulatione.
Beati quelli ke ‘l sosterranno in pace,
ka da Te, Altissimo, sirano incoronati.
Laudato si mi Signore, per sora nostra Morte corporale,
da la quale nullu homo uiuente pò skappare:
guai a quelli ke morrano ne le peccata mortali;
beati quelli ke trouarà ne le Tue sanctissime uoluntati,
ka la morte secunda no ‘l farrà male.
Laudate et benedicete mi Signore et rengratiate
e seruiteli cum grande humilitate.
Notes: so=sono, si=sii (you are), mi=mio, ka=perché, u replaces v, sirano=saranno
|English Translation:Most high, all powerful, all good Lord!
All praise is Yours, all glory, all honor, and all blessing.
To You, alone, Most High, do they belong.
No mortal lips are worthy to pronounce Your name.
Be praised, my Lord, through all Your creatures,
especially through my lord Brother Sun,
who brings the day; and You give light through him.
And he is beautiful and radiant in all his splendor!
Of You, Most High, he bears the likeness.
Be praised, my Lord, through Sister Moon and the stars;
in the heavens You have made them bright, precious and beautiful.
Be praised, my Lord, through Brothers Wind and Air,
and clouds and storms, and all the weather,
through which You give Your creatures sustenance.
Be praised, my Lord, through Sister Water;
she is very useful, and humble, and precious, and pure.
Be praised, my Lord, through Brother Fire,
through whom You brighten the night.
He is beautiful and cheerful, and powerful and strong.
Be praised, my Lord, through our sister Mother Earth,
who feeds us and rules us,
and produces various fruits with colored flowers and herbs.
Be praised, my Lord, through those who forgive for love of You;
through those who endure sickness and trial.
Happy those who endure in peace,
for by You, Most High, they will be crowned.
Be praised, my Lord, through our sister Bodily Death,
from whose embrace no living person can escape.
Woe to those who die in mortal sin!
Happy those she finds doing Your most holy will.
The second death can do no harm to them.
Praise and bless my Lord, and give thanks,
and serve Him with great humility.
A faithful biography of St. Francis from an 18th century Franciscan
Call for new Humanism, no. 141.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider calls this crisis the Fourth Great Crisis of the Church
Cardinal Newman on the Arian Crisis
Pope Leo XIII:
Teilhard de Chardin
Chardin condemned by John XXIII
Chardin fabricated Piltdown man
Chardin embraced Eugenics in Phenomenon of Man pg. 273
Laudato Si calls for one world political authority, nos. 173-175.
Gaudium et Spes calls for one world government, no. 79.
Kenyan bishops find anti-fertility compounds in vaccines
Kenyan Bishops again (in the recording I said Nigerian, this was a mistake, it was the kenyan bishops)
Population control necessary part of Copenhagen Climate Summit
The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita
Free-Masonry and the Anti-Cristian Movement, Cahill, S.J., 1929
Reference: Interview 013- Bill Jasper on the TPP
Pascendi Dominici Gregis – Encyclical of St. Pius X on Modernism
Francis invites transgender couple to the Vatican
Francis invites transgender man to private meeting
Francis appoints Fr. Timothy Radcliffe, a radical pro-homosexual marriage heretic to papal comission
Robert Royal: Pope Francis approved midterm Relatio “speaking of positive contribution of homosexual orientation”
Antonio Socci, Non è Francesco. La Chiesa nella grande tempesta
St. Francis’ prophecy of a future Pope not canonically elected who would be a destroyer
(Note: Not canonically elected does not mean invalid, there is a distinction and I do believe Francis is the Pope unless the Church tells me otherwise)