11] And the people said: This is Jesus the prophet, from Nazareth of Galilee.  And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money changers, and the chairs of them that sold doves:  And he saith to them: It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but you have made it a den of thieves.  And there came to him the blind and the lame in the temple; and he healed them.  And the chief priests and scribes, seeing the wonderful things that he did, and the children crying in the temple, and saying: Hosanna to the son of David; were moved with indignation
Matthew 21:11-15 Douay Rheims
...in an angogical sense those who sell doves signifies those who sell the Holy Spirit in an unauthorized manner..as Aquinas says in his commentary on the Gospel of St John...
383 This can be understood mystically in three ways. First of all, the merchants signify those who sell or buy the things of the Church: for the oxen, sheep and doves signify the spiritual goods of the Church and the things connected with them. These goods have been consecrated and authenticated by the teachings of the apostles and doctors, signified by the oxen: “When there is an abundant harvest the strength of the ox is evident” (Prv 14:4); and by the blood of the martyrs, who are signified by the sheep: so it is said for them: “We are regarded as sheep for the slaughter” (Rom 8:36): and by the gifts of the Holy Spirit, signified by the doves, for as stated above, the Holy Spirit appeared in the form of a dove. Therefore, those who presume to sell the spiritual goods of the Church and the goods connected with them are selling the teachings of the apostles, the blood of the martyrs, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
-THOMAS AQUINAS THE COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN
such as the seers of MEDJUGORJE and all those who have been called to task on their nefarious business practices which mirror the nefarious spirituality happening at MEDJUGORJE...
the following reblogged from...
Friday, May 09, 2014
Bosnia & Herzegovina tax officials continued with inspections in Medjugorje this week and imposed fines of 40,700KM ($29,000, £17,000) for 25 misdemeanours on17 taxpayers who had operated unlawfully.
The mobile inspection team reviewed hotels, guest houses and appartments. In one guest house the owner was given a deadline by when guests should leave so that all rooms and the house could be sealed
In four inspections it was discoverd that the house owners were operating without authorisation issued by the competent authority.
Also caught up in the swoop were three unregistered workers and two business owners who were issued with decisions to suspend their business operations.
In the past four weeks, 191 inspections were carried out by the tax authorities, during and outside working hours, and 233 midemeanour warrants were issued that amounted to fines of 406,300KM ($290,000, £170,000) .
In the same period 35 premises were sealed, 35 undocumented workers discovered, and in 52 cases it was found that taxpayers did not have an authorised work permit.
Inspectors also clamped down on street sales in the area of Bijakovici and seized a quantity of goods including souvenirs, fruits, honey and alcohol. The seizure brought protest from some of the sellers and police accompanying the inspection team were called upon to intervene. One person was arrested.
According to the Bosnia Herzegovina Federal Offics of Statistics, the unemployment rate is currently 44%, based on the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.
..it is sad to see that unemployment is so high yet this does not justify fraudulent behaviour..for the end never justifies the means..this only brings chaos...ending in the obvious neglect of our moral compass which God has sewn within our souls to guide us toward him so that we reach our final cause ...
..if justice is the perpetual and constant will to render to each person that which is their right..then we see at MEDJUGORJE God is not receiving his justdue..namely his Authority is being ignored through the local ORdinary and this flippant disdain for authority has spilled over into the civil marketplace...let us all examine ourselves with a view to justice and charity to all so that God is glorified on earth through our acts and our desires...so that we may become a praise of his Glory....amen