Saturday, February 27, 2021


Bees have a stinger, like the tip of an arrow. When a human or animal is bitten, the stinger enters the skin and does not come out, because the stinger stays inside the "victim". When they try to fly away, part of the bees' gut ends up being ripped out. They will die shortly after as a result of this mutilation. The attack may harm the victim a bit, but it costs the bee its life. (Obviously in the case of bees, this is because of their instinct).

 But with human beings something similar happens: those who live trying to attack people through gossip, slander and intrigue; distilling hatred, resentment... they may momentarily annoy their "victim", but they always end up being victims of their own evil. 

 There is no happiness in those who live like this... They are unhappy beings. 

 Therefore, live your life doing good, as God asks you, no matter to whom, and never give up. Do not give up your goals and duties because of people who enjoy meddling in the lives of others, trying to harm others; they always end up badly, victims of their own poison. 


Thursday, February 18, 2021

Saturday, February 6, 2021


It is vain to hope to attract souls to God by bitter zeal. On the contrary, harm is done more often than good by taunting men harshly with their faults and reproving their vices with asperity. True the Apostle exhorted Timothy: ‘Accuse, beseech, rebuke,’ but he took care to add: ‘with all patience’ (II Timothy 4:2).”

 Saint Pius X, E Supremi Apostolatus.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021


Council of Trent, canons on the Sacrament of Marriage Canon 7 says:

 “If anyone says the church erroneously taught and teaches, according to evangelical and apostolic doctrine, that the bond of marriage cannot be dissolved by the adultery of one of the spouses; and that neither party, even the innocent one who gave no grounds for the adultery, can contract another marriage while their spouse is still living; and that the husband commits adultery who dismisses an adulterous wife and takes another woman, as does the wife dismissing an adulterous husband and marrying another man: let him be anathema.”