Micro-Catholicism helps us understand

Micro-Catholicism helps us understand what we do and why we do it.

Our senses let us know what’s outside of us. Electron-sized bits of information come into our mind.

That information is converted into words. Nouns are labels for Things. Verbs are labels for Actions. Things and Actions are described in greater detail by adjectives and adverbs.


Every thought is a group of words made of Nouns, Verbs, adjectives and adverbs. Every thought begins with “I”.

Step 1: “I” see, hear, smell, or touch something.

Step 2: Question: “Do I want that, or not?”

Step 3: “I will “think” about it.

Step 4: Thinking turns into decision: “I need”, or “I don’t need” that.”

Step 5: Then, more Thinking. “I will think about how to get, or to avoid, what I need.” The thought reflects our need. The need reflects our want. “Need” becomes justification doing what we “Want”.


Our most important “Need” is to get our immortal soul into Heaven. All intelligent people ask “How can I get into Heaven?”


We are all able to recognize truth.

Step 1: Jesus decides who will get into Heaven.

Step 2: Jesus told us that the only people who can get into Heaven must be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

Step 3: Catholics know that Jesus is always right. Therefore, the only people whose souls can get into Heaven must be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

Step 4: Catholics know that “commands” has an “s” at the end!

Step 5: Catholics know that we must obey all that Jesus instructed.

Step 6: Catholics obey The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

“And I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”


Protestant thinking stops with: “I want to go to Heaven.”

Catholics respectfully and gratefully accept the need to obey.

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