Today’s Reading Has Good Advice for Catholic Fundamentalists:

Gospel Lk 8:16-18

Jesus said to the crowd:
“No one who lights a lamp conceals it with a vessel
or sets it under a bed;
rather, he places it on a lampstand
so that those who enter may see the light.

For the past few years, Catholic Fundamentalism has been proposed, explained, and elucidated upon. It is emerging as a New Road to Rome. Most of those who use it to approach and grow nearer to The Church have examined its premises, and found them undeniable. That is not to say Catholic Fundamentalism does not have its detractors.

Still, we continue plugging away. Some may run across sound reasons why we should not consider Catholic Fundamentalism’s foundation: “God can program in three dimensions. He programmed energies and particles. Then, He compiled them into systems and beings. He has, with the help of His first programs, The Hierarchy of Sub-Programmers, downloaded His vast Creation Program. We humans are free will programs operating within that Program.”

We may begin to tell others about our discovery as we realize that Catholic Fundamentalism is nothing less than the first new approach to The Roman Catholic Church since Pascal developed Probability Theory and applied it to choosing a religion.

For there is nothing hidden that will not become visible,
and nothing secret that will not be known and come to light.
Take care, then, how you hear.

Until a few years ago (Catholic Fundamentalism began with the writing of a strange novel called “Crats!”, back in 1993) there was no notion of seeing God as The Loving Programmer. Now, after nearly two decades, no intelligent discounting of Catholic Fundamentalism has appeared. So, we may want to make its concepts more visible, in the hopes that others will be led to salvation.

To anyone who has, more will be given,
and from the one who has not,
even what he seems to have will be taken away.”

We know, from earlier readings, that “some seed falls in rich earth, and multiplies a hundredfold”. We may use Catholic Fundamentalism to help us be among those productive seeds.

There’s a warning in the conclusion of Today’s Reading: “To any one who has (Catholic Fundamentalists mentally wonder if we should insert “faith”) more will be given, and from the one who has not (faith), even what he seems to have will be taken away.”

We are being told to be good and faithful Catholics.