“That all Pro-Life people be Catholic.”

“What’s Catholic Fundamentalism all about?” has a simple answer: “That all Pro-life people be Catholic.”

Sometimes, that’s followed by a harder question: “Well, why should only Pro-life people be Catholic? Why shouldn’t everyone?”

The sad truth is that, among both people and angels, some will worship themselves, or some strange deity, rather than God. Those who choose not to believe and obey Him cannot get to Heaven. Lost souls and angels are not Pro-Life. They cannot be Catholic in anything but false identity.

There is no point in trying to save the souls of those who repeatedly choose to be lost in their own lusts. Even in the most Catholic times and nations, many choose not to be saved. They are a meaningless distraction to stopping the sacrifice of unborn children at Babylon’s latest altars.

Pro-life people at least follow one of Jesus’ Direct Commands: “Love God.” That is the first stepping stone to His second Direct Command, “Love your neighbor.” Those who stand obediently on that second step must be Pro-Life. Once they are there, they can more easily glimpse the lights that illuminate the stairway above. Those lights are Jesus’ Indirect Commands.

Jesus’ Indirect Commands are clear: 1. “If you obey My commands, you are My friends.” 2. “Thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church. . .” and, 3. “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.”

His Direct Commands separate sheep from goats. The Indirect Commands separate His friends from those who merely believe. Fear is overcome by obedience.

Who, in their right mind, would not want to be a “friend” of He Who fulfilled the prophecies?

Those blessed with being Pro-Life are on the stairway. We pray that they will ascend.