Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Bishop Robert Lynch Still Leading Souls to their Perdition

If your dinner is digested and your soul adequately fortified with grace, drop in to read Thoughts and Reflections by Bishop Robert Lynch which he calls "For His Friends"

He's on the defensive for "the good woman of the church", Sister Carol Keehan. Lynch is on the Board of Directors for the Catholic Health Association.

After his deceptive twists about Keehan and healthcare in the post, he says:

Passions run high in this matter, sometimes at the expense of rational analysis. I will try and keep myself informed of the developments throughout this week and continue to share my thoughts with you here. Now it is off on AMTRAK again, this time to Miami, for a visit with our twenty college seminarians and a funeral in Lake Worth tomorrow.

How do you like this tripe?

Sure is a good kick to the gut isn't it?

Don't worry kiddies, he's going to keep himself informed so he can keep us all "rational".

You know, he's getting a little long in the tooth for this stuff. Death may come like a thief in the night with no time to repent.

I put a comment on the site which of course is "moderated". Think it will make it through?

Carol McKinley Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
March 17th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

Abortions are indeed funded with taxpayer money in this bill - as Kathleen Sebelius confirms:

"Yet, when she spoke with ABC's "This Week" program yesterday, she said "Yes, abortion services are provided" under the Senate health care bill.

She tried to qualify her answer by adding, "people will pay out of their own pockets, in both the Senate and the House, but they do it in slightly different ways."

Then again, with your history of misleading your flock, there is very little room to believe you don't know this.

God sees what you have done to His people and His Church.

You are fooling nobody in a state of Grace. God help those whose consciences were dulled with your Tom Foolery all these years and are now left to follow you on the road to perdition.

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