Friday, December 17, 2010

betrayal


  • Bishop Chaput came out in favor of the DREAM Act. With a nearly ten percent unemployment rate why do we need to give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens? I know a woman who hasn't worked full time in a year. She's terrified that at her age, (over 40) she'll never find full time work again. Volunteers at the Post Office who answer children's letters to Santa are reporting they're seeing letters pleading for mundane things like shoes and coats or jobs for their parents instead of toys. That's a darn shame. Bishop Chaput and his brother bishops who gave public support to the DREAM Act have slapped their parishioners--both the native American and the legally naturalized Americans in the face.

  • Whoever decided to have stripping acrobats at the papal audience on Wednesday did the Holy Father no favors. Acrobats have performed at the Vatican before in John Paul II's day, but this was a bit louche. Why on earth was this allowed? Who thought that hairless men peeling off their tops was a good idea in the presence of the pope?And what was the deal with the strutting dominatrix chick who came with them? Somebody needs to be fired, right now because they're either incompetent or they slyly chose to betray Pope Benedict and make him and the Church look foolish.



5 comments:

Saint Michael Come To Our Defense said...

Oh. Those are Acrobats?

I thought it was some gay guys doing some homoerotic stuff with the approval and support of their man hating lesbian friend.

If you have not noticed, next to clown masses, mariachi masses and dancers, this stuff is well liked in the Novus Ordo entertainment masses.

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Saint Michael Come To Our Defense said...

Bishop Chaput is a Novus Ordo Bishop.

In his speech he says "I am a Catholic Christian"; no real Roman Catholic, let alone a Bishop, would ever make that statement.

Those remarks give place to Heretics that claim to be 'Freemason Christians' or 'Mormon Christians'.

Bishop Chaput has soundly rejected Traditional Catholics in his Diocese, and he jumps into a pig pen with Heretics.

And likes it.

I am a Mexican, descendant of Cristeros, a Guadalupan directly from Tepeyac Hill, and I will tell the Bishop his illegal alien policy is wrong, immoral, and not Catholic.

Breaking the law without mitigating circumstances is a sin.

Bring children to this country and expecting this country to participate in the sins of the fathers is another sin.

That's something a Traditional Catholic would understand, and not a Novus Ordo Bishop, apparently.

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Joe of St. Thérèse said...

I still really don't know what to think of it. Apparently there are conditions that don't guarentee amnesty, but the government is doing it, so we know what's going to happen.

The Holy Father relatively recently talked about the traditional teaching on immigration by the Church. The migrant has a right to move insofar as that person respects the laws of the country they're moving to.

I have to admit, it's a bit tough for me because I know people that are illegal immigrants that are my good friends who I'd never rat out to the clowns at the government.

I have some theoretical ideas that might work...but alas, I'm not the president of the irrelevant USCCB.

The principle of the so called DREAM act isn't the problem, the problem is who's doing it, and what's going to result from it.

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

As for the dancers....anathama sit

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

"Somebody needs to be fired, right now because they're either incompetent or they slyly chose to betray Pope Benedict and make him and the Church look foolish."

Wonder if this someone was Ratzinger himself?