UPDATE: I eliminated the word “worship” and replaced it with “pray to.” My deepest apologies; this is a hot topic and God, Jesus and The Holy Spirit are our vehicles to salvation.
Time to pray, folks. For those that have family and friends in Japan or in areas nearby, Catholics in Japan pray to Our Lady Of Akita. Thanks to Her, The Holy Rosary was introduced and prayed with the addition of Our Lady Of Fatima.
Let’s keep focused on our Ten Commandments. There are consequences for the unfaithful, or those that seek their own interests instead of living the life of Christ. Now what we need to do: Pray the Holy Rosary, sacrifice and repentance.
How do we repent and better ourselves? Repentance is a “sorrow of heart and detestation for sin committed with the resolution not to sin again.” (Trent.sess.xiv,chap.4). Once mortal sin has been committed, an act of contrition must be genuine, must comprise all mortal sins committed, must spring from a motive that has reference to God and include a hatred of sin as the greatest of evils (this is the common teaching of theologians).
Contrition is termed perfect when it arises from the pure love of God; by perfect contrition, sin is forgiven even before it is manifested in the sacrament of Penance, though the obligation of confession remains. What are the sins most prevalent today which are calling down God’s wrath upon us? We see wholesale violations of the first three Commandments.
The first Commandment: I am the Lord Thy God, thou shalt not have strange Gods before me”. In summary, we find in the Catechism of the Council of Trent, The Catechism of Pope St. Pius X and the Baltimore Catechism, that the First Commandment forbids idolatry, superstition, spiritism, tempting God, sacrilege and sins against Faith by apostasy, heresy, indifferentism and by taking part in non-Catholic worship.” By taking part in non-Catholic worship! This, indeed, is a powerful indictment against the present ecumenical practice that has swept through and disfigured the Church since the Second Vatican Council.
The Second Commandment forbids using the Lord’s Name in vain (blasphemy). If we consult the Catechism of the Council of Trent’s treatment of the Second Commandment, it teaches that those who support heresy, and “distort the Sacred Scriptures from their genuine and true meaning,” are guilty of sins against the Second Commandment. Thus, those who distort the message of Scripture, namely Protestants, are in the objective order, guilty of this sin, because their perversion of Sacred Scripture is irreverence to the Holy Word of God.
The Third Commandment deals with keeping holy the Sabbath Day. It is evident for all to see that Sunday has become a day of business as usual. People doing unnecessary work, places of business opened with people shopping without any regard to the Third Commandment which strictly forbids all unnecessary work and doing business on Sunday.
The Fifth Commandment: Thou shalt not kill. We see a blatant disregard for this Commandment in the slaughter of over 3500 babies every day by abortion with very, very few doing anything to bring about an end to this human carnage.
Now we come to the Sixth Commandment, which violation causes more souls to go to Hell than any of the other Ten Commandments. The Sixth Commandment is transgressed in some of the following ways: fornication, homosexuality or sodomy (Rom. 1:27) (2nd Peter 2:6) (St. Jude 1:7), and the separation of spouses (“divorce”) which many times leads to adultery especially if either of the two spouses remarry (Mark 10:11, 12) (Matt. 19:6) (1 Cor. 7:10,11). We see the Sixth Commandment horribly violated by immodest dress. Modesty and purity have practically vanished from our society (1 Tim.2:9-10).
This impending chastisement can be averted if enough people pray the Rosary daily and do penance which Our Lady requested at Fatima in 1917.
- Our Lady of Akita: ‘…bishops against other bishops (deaconjohnspace.wordpress.com)
- The Message of Mary Co-redemptrix at Akita and Proposed Marian Dogma by Fr. Thomas Teiji Yasuda, S.V.D. (deaconjohnspace.wordpress.com)
- Travel in Rural Akita (eastmagazine.wordpress.com)
- The Garabandal Miracle: 2011 Or 2012? (thepalinexpress.wordpress.com)
English: Please spread this information to all those that may be affected. Read below:
Español: For favor, dispersen esta información a través de toda Latinoamérica para buscar personas a través de Google.
The Japan earthquake version of the tool currently lists about 5,500 records, but the number is rising quickly as news about the catastrophe spreads around the world. Although the tool can be useful for finding information about a friend or a loved one, Google warns users that it doesn’t review or verify the accuracy of the data. Furthermore, all data entered will be available to the public, as well as viewable and usable by everyone.
Google’s Crisis Center also shows a map of the earthquake, the latest related news and lists link to warning centers, disaster bulletin boards, and train and blackout information.
The Google Crisis Center is available here, but it also shows up on top of searches for “Japan earthquake” and similar phrases. During these times of disaster, it’s good to see Google taking swift action and leveraging its vastly popular search engine to help people cope and find information.
- Google Responds to the Japan Earthquake With an Online Crisis Center (mashable.com)
- “Tsunami and Earthquake in Japan, Find Missing People on Google Person Finder” and related posts (clickonf5.org)
- Google Person Finder for 2011 Japan Earthquake (ubergizmo.com)
- Google Launches Person Finder for Japan Earthquake Victims (penn-olson.com)
- Google, Local Platforms Respond to Japan’s 8.9 Earthquake Crisis (fastcompany.com)
- Major Earthquake Hits Japan, Google Launches Person Finder Tool (searchengineland.com)
- Google, the Japan earthquake and the tsunami (honorarynewfie.wordpress.com)
- When Google Does Good (marketingpilgrim.com)
- Japan Earthquake (chicagoblend.wordpress.com)
- Japan Earthquake – Useful Links (everwas.com)
The blogosphere and Twitter are supplying information and incredibly disastrous images. HillBuzz, The Anchoress, Ace have been covering since last night. Michelle Malkin is also covering this ongoing disaster, while at the same time providing the latest information on Michelle’s cousin, Marizela.
This is an airport security camera video:
Sendai horrific video, taken from a helicopter:
Astonishing picture, from Twitter: (Click for full image)
The Daily Caller has reports from The AP.
- MISSING ::: Marizela Perez (dave-lucas.blogspot.com)
- Quakes, tsunamis strike Japan (news.cnet.com)
- Twitter Reacts To Massive Quake, Tsunami In Japan (mashable.com)
- Michelle Malkin’s Cousin Marizela Perez Still Missing (mypetjawa.mu.nu)
- Japan Tsunami – Live Streaming & Real-Time Updates (chefsnews.wordpress.com)
- Help Find Marizela! (minx.cc)
- Missing U. Washington Student – Marizela Perez (legalinsurrection.blogspot.com)
- Have You Seeen This Young Woman? Seattle Area (themoderatevoice.com)