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Punishing the Good

I am pretty sure you have probably heard this before. If not, you might even have thought it yourself. When modernists in the Church break the rules, those in authority over them just change the rules so it does not matter. Later, when traditionalists obey the rules, they are punished and lose their rights. What we are seeing happening right now is a clear attack on the faith from multiple sources. Be careful, as they say: no good deed goes unpunished. Keep doing what is good and right, but be prepared to be punished for it.


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