‘DICTATORSHIP OF RELATIVISM’
At the Conclave that elected him Pope, Joseph Cardinal
Ratzinger openly denounced the "Dictatorship of Relativism" that is confronting the
world. He also affirmed that Catholics cannot remain immature in
the faith, as they run the risk of being tossed away here and
there by any doctrinal wind. He highlighted the pressing need of
a clear Faith, based upon the Creed of the Church.
In so doing he repeated and
emphasized an earlier exhortation from his predecessor, John
Paul II. Addressing the Spanish youth, he said:
"Learn to think, speak
and act in accordance with the evangelical simplicity
and clarity: ‘yes, yes; no, no.’ Learn to call good,
good; and evil, evil. To call black, black; and white,
white. To call sin, sin; and not to call it ‘liberation’
or ‘progress’, even if fashion and propaganda are
opposed to this teaching”.
The need to revive the notions of good and evil is an
indispensable requirement of any Catholic Action worthy of this
name, and which aims to restore Christian Civilization according
to the Mind of the Church. The New Apologetics of Faith and
Reason promoted by Raymond de Souza via St Gabriel
Communications aims precisely to put this teaching into
Evil: Who Decides?
Let your 'Yes' mean 'Yes', and your 'No' mean 'No'. -
St. Matthew 5.24
The laws of morality used to be clearly defined. Then, in the
turbulent years of the latter twentieth century, societal
dissent and disruption throughout all walks of life caused
confusion and chaos in the moral order as well.
Presented by EWTN Home Video, Raymond de Souza hosts
Good or Evil - Who Decides? De Souza, the founder
of Saint Gabriel Communications, an international
Catholic apologetics ministry, clearly analyzes the role of the
state, society, the individual and the Bible in the light of
Logic, Natural Law and the Magisterium of the Church.
A four DVD set compromised a series of 13
presentations made at the Eternal Word
Television Network (EWTN). Raymond de Souza investigates
the choice between good and evil and illustrates his addresses
with a vast array of concrete examples in an attractive,
witty and riveting style.
A MUST for parents, teachers and youth leaders.