“Thou shalt not kill.”


“Forked tongue”, “bi-polar”, “Schizophrenic”, “split personality”, “double-minded”, “Jekyll and Hyde”, “double-crosser”, and other words and phrases identify those living in contradiction with commandments like “Thou shalt not kill.”

We all have mental problems because we all live with contradictions.  When contradictions become too great, they overpower logic and turn into mental illness.

Hundreds of millions of us live, , with this maddening contradiction:  “I believe in God.  I believe in The Ten Commandments.  But, I pay no attention to “Thou shalt not kill.” when it comes to my own unborn children.  I don’t let myself think about birth control chemicals and devices killing them and I don’t want anyone to remind me!”

Roman soldiers and tax collectors were the most brutal people on earth.  They levied heavy taxes.  They sold those who could not pay their taxes into the horrors of slavery.  Those who threatened the cash flows that supported them were painfully killed.

Still, brutal as they were, God used the Romans to destroy Carthage and its awful religion of child sacrifice.   Today, He uses Moslem invaders to destroy countries of the new, chemical Carthaginians.


To find happiness as individuals and nations, we must remove the greatest contradiction of all.  We must respect life from the moment of conception until natural death.

The Only Church Jesus Founded has been true to life since its beginning.  Of all claiming to be “Christian”, only The Catholic Church is so Pro-Life as to proscribe the pills and deadly devices that kill the tiniest of unborn babies.

Miraculously, His Church supplies the cure for living in such great contradiction:  He Who Fulfilled the Prophecies told His Ordained, “Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.”

The only way we may remove misery-making contradictions from our minds is to be forgiven and then obey the clear call to Catholic Communion Jesus repeated an incredible EIGHTEEN TIMES:  “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

We must pray that those who prefer misery consider Catholicism.