Sensus Fidelium YouTube video sermon- How do I Know if I am going to Heaven? featuring the life and death of the worst Nazi criminal.

Here's a list of simple things you might have done/or are doing, that might send you to Hell, if they remain unconfessed:

  • 1)  I stopped going to Mass on Sunday, because I didn't want to go.

  • 2)  I hadn't been to Mass on Sunday in a long time, so I decided to go for Easter, or Christmas. So I went to Holy Communion, because everyone was going, and I had heard once, that you're supposed to go to Holy Communion at least once a year, for your 'Easter Duty'.

  • 3)  Before I met my wife/husband, I remember 'fooling around' with this cute person for several months, but we were never really serious.

  • 4)  It was just one of those flings, back then. I was still in High School, and neither of us wanted a kid, of course, so we both used Birth Control, because we weren't really sure we could trust each other.

  • 5)  I took my two girls out to the Mall to go Christmas shopping, and to get our nails done. Later, we stopped for lunch at TGI Fridays. It was busy, and we squeezed into a booth, as the waitress was wiping the table, and the other party was leaving. I spotted a wallet far under the table, and casually put my foot on it as we sat down. Before we paid the check, I reached under the table for my 'lost' napkin, to retrieve it. Once home, I took my $224 'finders fee', then I mailed the wallet to the address on the license, with a note saying that I found it in the bushes outside, with credit cards intact, but devoid of cash.

  • 6)  Years ago, when I was 'fooling around' with this person, she got pregnant because one of us was drunk. She said it was mine. I wasn't sure. To get her off my back, I told her to get an Abortion. She wasn't sure, and wanted to keep it, but she changed her mind, when I offered to pay for it. I had to sell my sweet   Comaro, but at least, I didn't have to get married, and drop out of college!

  • 7)  My wife and I now know we're not allowed to use Birth Control, so we usually do some oral stuff instead of intercourse, because we need to space our kids, or maybe decide soon, to stop after two.

  • 8)  All of our friends seem to be Protestant, so in the spirit of Vatican 2's ecuminism, we'll go to their Funeral Service, if a close friend should pass, or to a close friend's Wedding. My wife has been in the Wedding Party twice, so far.

  • 9)  We're all for freedom of choice, so when our kid were younger, we never made them sign up for CCD classes, or encourage them to sit thru the long Sunday Masses.

  • 10)  When our oldest son told us he was homesexual, we encouraged him to stand up to bullies at school, told him it was OK to drop out of the Church since he didn't feel comfortable, and we both promised to support him with whomever he married, in which ever state he found his partner.

  • 11)  I think that nearly everyone goes to Heaven. When I go to someone's Funeral, I've never worried about where someone might end up. Only the worst people are going to Hell. Since my wife and I, and our family, are all good people, we're just not very religious. I haven't been to Confession since grade school, when the Nuns made us go. I just made up sins, if I didn't have any to confess.

  • 12)  I drove home from a poker game, late one night, and heard a loud thump on my car. The next morning, on the 6am News, the police were looking for a hit-n-run vehicle with front bumper and headlight damage. I decided to call in sick, that morning, and I spent the day repairing the car, in my back yard. Even my wife thinks I had a cold, that weekend.

  • 13)  I had a hard time selling this old pick-up that I had, because everyone who test drove it, said there was a terrible noise in the manual transmission. A friend of mine said that I should change the fluid, and add plenty of saw dust shavings to the new fluid. Bingo! I sold the truck to the very next person who test drove it!

  • 14)  When I was 19, I studied the Taoist Religion for several months, and I even went to services for over a year. I keep my large copper medal, with the original feathers on it, hanging on the corner of my dresser mirror, and occasionally I say a prayer with it, after a natural diasaster.

  • 15)  When my mother died several years ago, she had asked me in her hospital room, to have two Masses said for her: one at one month, and one at the one year anniversary. I didn't do it because I hardly ever go to church, anymore, myself!

  • 16)  I was sure my neighbor had killed my dog, one night, years ago, and I figured that revenge was best served cold. So nearly a year later, I quietly, and neatly, drained the oil from his car.

  • 17)  I was raised as a good Catholic girl, and I was even taught by Nuns, until the 8th Grade, and I seldom missed Mass. When I was 18, I met the man of my dreams, but he wasn't religious, so I had to choose, when it came time to get Married. I wanted a beautiful Church Wedding, but he would have none of it, claiming that it would be too exensive. We settled on a Justice-of-the-Peace.

  • 18)  We were on vacation a few years ago, along the coast of Maine. My wife and I, and our two pre-teen sons were walking along the rocky shore, and we noticed two fishermen, slowly picking their way down the rocky embankment path. At the bottom, they turned away from us, as we followed the shore toward the path they were using. The four of us then turned up the same path, up to the parking area. At the top, I realized that what must have been their pick-up truck, was the only other vehicle there. I just reached over the side, and picked up a nice, compact Honda generator, that was in the bed, and told my kids to shut up, and keep walking.

  • 19)  I was trying to repair my leaking bathroom faucet late one evening, and I dashed over to Home Depot. It was just before closing and I noticed a large bag of premium grass seed in the bottom of an abandoned carriage, left at the far end of the lot. I suspose I could have turned it in to the store's lost and found, but who says the rightful owner would have ever claimed it? Besides, I was going to reseed the lawn, in a couple of weeks, anyway.

  • 20)  When I was a freshman in college, back in the 70's, my parents let me use the cabin in New Hampshire during Spring Break. I hosted wild parties there, every night, and I only knew, or invited, maybe half of them. Probably half were under-age, and we never refused anyone. On the last night, there was a fatal crash, and two kids I didn't even know, were killed. Of course, I never told my parents, and anyway, this was way before the party bartender rules, they have today.

  • 21)  My sister and her husband bought an expensive SUV 3 years ago, and I fell in love with it. I was so ashamed of my 14 year old Saturn Ion. I work as many hours as I can as an unmarried mother, and Home Health Aid, running errants for the elderly. My then 87 year old client, asked me to cash her winning 'Holiday Wishes" Instant Game Ticket, that was tucked in a Christmas card from her son. She said she scratched a 'Present' symbol in the top row, and won 10X $10, or $100, just in time for Christmas! I said sure, and cashed it at the quickie mart that night. The clerk said the ticket was worth over $100,000, because there was a 'Stack of Coins' symbol, on the bottom row, so it was a winner of all 20 Prizes! The next week, I gave her five $20 bills, and I still care for her three years later.


Free Will:Free Will:Free Will:

Free Will:

Do not say: “It was God’s doing that I fell away,” for what He hates, He does not do.

Do not say: “He himself has led me astray,” for He has no need of the wicked.

Abominable wickedness the LORD hates, and he does not let it happen to those who fear Him.

God in the beginning created human beings and made them subject to their own free choice.

If you choose, you can keep the commandments; loyalty is doing the will of God.

Set before you are fire and water; to whatever you choose, stretch out your hand.

Before everyone are life and death, whichever they choose will be given them.

Immense is the wisdom of the LORD; mighty in power, He sees all things.

The eyes of God behold His works, and He understands every human deed.

He never commands anyone to sin, nor shows leniency toward deceivers.

Sirach 15:11-20

  • In 1968, there were 338 Marriage Annulments. In 2002, there were 50,000.

  • Today, only 10% of all Lay Religious Religion Teachers accept the Church's Teaching on Contraception.

  • Today, 53% of Catholics say that you can have an Abortion, and still remain a good Catholic.

  • Today, 65% of Catholics say you can get a Divorce, Remarry, Receive Holy Communion, and remain a good Catholic. (Even Pope Francis says it's OK!)

  • Today, 77% of Catholics say you can remain a good Catholic without going to Mass on Sunday.

  • Today, 70% of Catholics age 18-11, say the Eucharist is only a symbolic representation of the Last Supper.

The following Church Sermon is likely the toughest, strictest Sermon that you have ever heard!

The Top Seven Sins That Will Send You To Hell. YouTube Video from Sensus Fidelium Channel Church Sermon. There is a 10 minute long introduction, that impatient people may want to skip, so slide ahead to your spot:

#1 10:00  No Holy Communion in the state of Mortal Sin, (it's a Sacrilege).

#2 10:55  Custody of your eyes or mind. (mostly for men in public)

#3 12:00  Internet Porn. (get a powerful Internet filter for yourself and your children)

#4 15:25  Women's clothing. Get out your ruler! (immodest dress)

#5 18:30  Passionate Kissing. (outside of marriage, only a 'grandmotherly' peck on the cheek)

#6 20:12  Courtship. (keeping company with someone you have yet no plans to marry)

#7 22:28  Contraception or Direct Sterilization. (condom, Pill, vasectomy, tubes tied, etc.)


St. Alphonsus on Impurity:

"These are the most frequent, the most abundant, confession sins, on account of which, the greater number of Souls have fallen to Hell. Indeed, I do not hesitate to assert that all those who are damned, are damned on account of this one vice- Impurity, or at least, not without it."

Sister Lucia of Fatima on Impurity:

Our Lady of Fatima granted the three children, (Lucia, Francisco, and Jacinta), a view of Hell in the First Secret. The oldest child Lucia, who later became a nun, calling herself Sister Maria Lúcia das Dores, said that Our Lady said, "The sins that lead the most souls to Hell, are sins of the flesh".

Some people have said that the proper quote is  "More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason". I do not know which quote is correct, or that possibly both are, from two different occasions. Both quotes say the same thing.

Young man is physically tortured by the Devil, then he's saved by Jesus.

Many of the world's top Magicians use Demonic Powers!

Famed Magician, and 33rd degree Freemason, Manly P. Hall, in his book Secret Teachings of All Ages, admitted that, throughout history, magicians have been contracting their souls to the Devil, in exchange for extraordinary powers.

Famed magician David Blaine, in his book Mysterious Stranger, admits that his magic is supernatural. 

In this 2 hour 45 minute YouTube Video produced by the Most Holy Family Monastery (, the case is made that most of the world's most famous magicians amaze their audience using the Demoniacal Power of Satan:

This 10 min. Video was produced in 2009, to promote this site. Jack has colluded to embezzle $1.2 million, but must pay the consequences.

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