By Michael W. Chapman | October 12, 2017

In his sermon on Oct. 7, the archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, said the horrors of the last 100 years — world wars, genocide, religious persecution, abortion, sexual immorality — are in many ways “a living reflection of Hell” and a “mocking of God.” He added that this mockery is even evident in the streets of San Francisco where gay “pride” parades occur and the “exaltation of the vulgar and blasphemous” occurs…

These myriad evils over the last 100 years have so polluted society that today’s world, “in so many ways,” presents itself as “a living reflection of Hell, one that on so many fronts has roundly mocked God,” said Archbishop Cordileone…

“The century since the Fatima apparitions [in 1917] has mocked God, but God will not be mocked,” said the archbishop, “not because He delights in wreaking vengeance on us, but because turning our backs on God only bounces back to us, leading to our own self-destruction.”

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