The Priest’s Vestments

Those that inherit the mantle of

the Disciples of Jesus

are called Priests.

Bishops and Archbishops are also priests.

The Pontiff is also a priest.

They all undergo extensive training

to learn how to teach

the Words of God.

And to withstand the assaults

against the Sacraments of God.

The Roman Catholics are well aware

that priests are also human beings

and being so they may fall into

the temptations of the flesh.

More so because Priests are celibates.

These abuses done by Priests are ignored by

Catholics because the focus of respect

falls on their vestments, their work of delivering

God’s Sacraments to the faithful.

Indeed God’s Sacraments is to be worshipped;

not the Priests,

but their vestments.

Priests are holy

when they perform the functions

delegated to them By God.

Benedicta tu

in nominee Domine.

(stand your ground, people, the wind will blow harder)

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