Showing posts from October, 2017

Martin Luther: Betrayer of Church, Friends, and Supporters --- Question: How can you hate the Catholic Church and the Papacy so much and still get a statue in the Vatican?

October 31st, 2017, the anniversary of my baptism, is also the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's purported nailing of the 95 theses on the Church of All Saints doors at Wittenberg, Germany. Even though many German scholars deny that this particular event actually happened as it has been told down through the ages, it still can be considered the anniversary of the Lutheran heresy and of the devastation that hit the Catholic Church as a result of Luther's revolt. In commemoration of this event, and with a Catholic intent to reveal the true Martin Luther --- and not the fanciful Martin Luther portrayed by Francis in the ceremonies had over the last year in his honor. We can see that Luther betrayed everything in his life, his religious Order, his Church, his friends, and his supporters to satisfy his own cosmic ego. The following are sections from several lectures that I have given on Martin Luther over the past years from his birth and his harsh upbringing to his sti

Just a Reminder about what Francis said about Martin Luther, Lutheranism, and the Doctrine of Justification Just Last Year When the "Celebration" of the Arch-Heretic (Luther, that is) Just Got Going.

Francis notably spoke of the separation between Catholics and Lutherans caused by the Reformation in the past tense. "We ... must look with love and honesty at our past, recognizing error and seeking forgiveness, for God alone is our judge," said the pontiff. "We ought to recognize with the same honesty and love that our division distanced us from the primordial intuition of God's people, who naturally yearn to be one." [Dr. Chojnowski: Clearly, this, for Francis, is the real faith. It is all a matter of group spiritual psychology -- not definitive Divine Revelation] Francis’ comments on Martin Luther in an interview in June 2016, “I think the intentions of Martin Luther were not mistaken. He was a reformer. Perhaps some methods were not correct. But that time, the Church was not a model to imitate. There was corruption in the Church, there was worldliness, attachment to money, to power…and this he protested. Then he was intelligent and to

Dr. Chojnowski's 3rd cousin Paul Manafort, Jr. first Indicted in Mueller Russian Probe

Yes, readers, Paul Manafort, Jr. is my 3rd cousin from my mother's side. He was the first one indicted by the Mueller Probe into "Russian Connnections" between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Paul Manafort's indictment has to do with neither -- yet. Manafort Jr.'s father Paul Manafort Sr. got his political start --- thanks to my father --- in my home town of New Britain, Connecticut. Paul Manafort, Jr. got his start by attending Georgetown University in the early 70s and no one saw much of him after that. He has been quite "successful" in his life, even running the Trump campaign for a short while. From what is said on Twitter, he is incredibly wealthy and quite lavish in his spending. According to the Indictment, Manafort spent $1.3MM on home automation, lighting and entertainment, $849K on men's clothing, $655K on landscaping, $934K on antique rugs. Paul Manafort, Jr.'s grandmother, "Aunt Lena" attended