The following continues the sad saga of the Conciliar Church to dissolve their connection to the Catholic Faith and absorb a synchronization with the secular weltgeist. Instead of all Catholics celebrating the Birth of Christ, here one sees a “Kwanzaa” disservice.
That is, instead of celebrating the birth of Christ that brought salvation to all peoples and a faith that unites us all, Kwanzaa seeks to set aside Christianity—an endearing influence in Africa since the time of the Apostles—and separate our brothers and sisters from both faith and unity by delineating the differences and imposing a separate non-Christian culture. Not only that, but as the next event for the Conciliar Church in Los Angeles informs its members, a non-Catholic is raised on their altars as a model to replicate—not Catholic Saints. What happened to Saint Peter Claver? Blessed Martin de Porres? Saint Augustine? or the many other Saints of Africa or of African descent? Apparently they are not worth representing the ideas the Conciliar Church wants to present to its members. They choose rather a secular saint that emulates the weltgeist of the age because of political correctness, not the standard of morality or of holiness—not even a member of the Church.—The Editor Father Krier St .Joseph Catholic Church, Las Vegas, NV.
Announcements of the Los Angeles Conciliar Archdiocese:
1. Altadena/Pasadena Black Catholic Association: Kwanzaa Celebration Mass, Saturday, December 29, in Altadena
The Altadena/Pasadena Black Catholic Association is hosting a Kwanzaa Celebration Mass on Saturday, December 29, at 5:00 p.m., at Sacred Heart Parish in Altadena. The celebrant is Msgr. Loreto “Mac” Gonzales and the Mass will feature the seven principles and the Sacred Heart Gospel Choir. For more information, please contact Edwina Clay at (626) 840-3562.
10. African American Catholic Center for Evangelization: 25th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast, Saturday, January 19, 2019, in Los Angeles
The African American Catholic Center for Evangelization is hosting its 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, January 19, 2019, starting at 8:00 a.m. It will be held at the Proud Bird Restaurant, 11022 Aviation Blvd. in Los Angeles 90045. Cost is $50 per person. The Drum Major Awardees for the year will be Dn. Hosea Alexander and Dn. Emile Adams, Jr., who together have more than 80 years of service to the Archdiocese. The keynote speaker for the event will be Mr. Damien Goodman, who was chosen as one of Los Angeles’ 100 Most Influential African Americans. Tickets for this event are available from the African American Catholic Center for Evangelization at 323-777-2106.