Well, that used to be true. This excellent story at The Remnant is a reminder of the title of this post.
Well-meaning neo-Catholics, seeking (as is right) a refuge from governmental persecution on account of their Catholicism, have been using a campaign of "Religious Liberty" as the mechanism. You see these campaigns from chanceries and pulpits, and not just from the usual platform of imbecility that is Patheos.
I have never been on-board with this approach because, specifically, there is no right to religious error, and the state has a duty and right to uphold the Catholic faith. It is irrelevant that no state does this. Giving in on terminology is inevitably a losing game.
Enter the satanist statue in Detroit. I will spare you the uber-creepy photo. Michael Voris, and others, are really upset by it. Great. Unfortunately, their own words and positions undercut them. As Chris Jackson devastatingly explains, the neo-Catholics, if they wish to be true to their understanding of Vatican II, should be celebrating this event. A must read. Might make you uncomfortable.
Christ the King, have mercy on us!
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