All of us have been obsessing over the politics of the presidential election recently, and with good reason: despite the unfavorable ratings of both candidates, what is at stake are radically divergent platforms and visions of America, our country.
I don't want to go into all that now, but just to remind all of us, as I was reminded recently by Michael Voris, that a far more momentous issue is the battle between radically divergent visions of the Church.
As you pray for a positive outcome of the presidential election tonight, please remember also to pray for the Church and her leaders for fidelity to that which the Apostles received from our Lord and passed on to us (to borrow a recurrent locution of St. Paul) and clear-headed resistance to any revisionist agenda aiming to substitute 'another Gospel' for the one we've received from our Lord.
The future of the world, even of our country, depends far more on the 'health' of the Church than on the outcome of any particular presidential election, as important as that may be. If you know your Bible and Church history, you're well aware of that.