Same-sex blessings: If the devil wants to scatter Christianity, all he needs to do is to destroy the Catholic church – Fr. Kelvin Ugwu writes

Nigerian missionary priest, Fr. Kelvin Ugwu, has said that if the devil wants to destroy Christianity, he will first target the Catholic Church. 

Fr. Ugwu stated this in a Facebook post on Thursday, December 21, 2023, while chiding Christians who are mocking Catholic faithfuls over the Vatican’s approval of blessings for same-sex couples.  

“While I am waiting for someone to come fix my car, let me use this free time and state this once more. A document that almost every Bishop had to explain and clarify to their diocesan people, the Catholic Bishops conferences had to explain, and priests had to explain to their parishioners both online and offline, is not a good document,” he said.

Yes, the document did not say much or make any clear stipulations, and that is basically the problem with the document. What it did not say is more devastating than what it was trying to say.

The ambiguity is what will make someone like Fr James Martin come publicly to post himself blessing his homosexual friends and get away with it.

As I said earlier, the document is unnecessary and I don’t stand by it one bit.

For Christians all over the world, I say this…If the devil wants to scatter this Christian faith kpatakpata, all he needs to do is to destroy the Catholic church. You may not see it, but I don’t pray you see it ever. This is not the time for mockery. Don’t join those who have been looking for this opportunity to ridicule our faith in Christ.

For Catholics, your faith is in Christ Jesus and luckily you have a good idea of what he stands for. While he won’t condemn the human persons, he won’t condone homosexual acts.

My one conviction is the words of Christ:

“And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not PREVAIL against it.” ~Matthew 16:18

Enough said. . .

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