Tuesday, July 27, 2010

And Now, Another Song From The Archives Of The Academy's Department Of Apocalyptic Studies...

Our Dean of the Academy's Faculty Of Law recently published a post entitled, Theme Song Of The Department Of Apocalyptic Studies.

Well, I thought we might share another morsel with a similar taste.  So, down in the Academy's Archives,we dug out a musical theme that can be freely applied to the climax of the Apocalypse: the Final Judgment.

When the Final Judgment comes at the end of time, the conduct and deficiencies of each individual will be revealed - not only to his or her own conscience but - to the assembled world.  Every intelligent being created by God will understand his or her own moral condition and the moral condition of every fellow creature. Our Lord Jesus will come back to our world a second time, riding upon light and clouds, surrounded by all the holy angels and the saints.

Both the Old and the New Testaments, when relating God's merciful love for mankind - especially His Holy Church -  often refer to the image of the relationship of a Bride/Girlfriend (the Holy Church) and her Bridegroom/Boyfriend (Our Lord Jesus). (OK, it's much more substantial than girlfriend/boyfriend, but just work with us for the purpose of the analogy in this song).

God will judge the secrets of each individual by the standard set by Our Lord Jesus Christ. When this comes, Satan, his company of fallen angels, and any other human or spiritual being who has collaborated with the Devil will be repudiated.  Every assault, harassment and intrusion of Satan and his collaborators against Christ's Bride/Girlfriend, the Church, will be punished.  And the Church will be vindicated and celebrated as holy and faithful to Christ The Bridegroom/Boyfriend.
Keep this Apocalyptic Mystery in mind as you listen to the lyrics of the following pop song from 1963.  PLUS: The song's being sung by "The Angels"!

Men of The Catholic Jedi Academy are also Men Of Saint Joseph!

Men of The Catholic Jedi Academy are also Men Of Saint Joseph!
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