James Bredin (1933 / Ennis Canada)
DWD coming our way
If churches can’t adapt to reality; they may be out,
And death-with-dignity may be what this is all about,
And of course the hierarchy look on this as a mortal sin,
As far as they are concerned, death-with-dignity does not fit in.
Its a concept that was not heard until a few years ago,
Times change as this generation gets closer to death though,
Nowadays we all watch the world on a computer screen,
And their lofty pulpit ideas are seldom heard or seen.
People can see things, hear things, and read things, they never read before,
This is so new that many of the faithful have slipped out the door,
Could this be the Fatima secret that was never revealed?
We can find things on a computer search that were concealed.
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