Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Pope Says We've Sinned! Hooray!

Alllllll Righty.

I think I've had enough of the yahoo'ing around the internet from orthodox Catholics about the Pope's statement that the Vatican's problems stem from sins inside of the Church. 


God knows I love Christ's Church and our Pope.

Christ did not choose a perfect Apostle to build His Church upon in Peter.    For one thing, he was a bit of a coward.

Remember the candid conversation Christ had with Peter about kicking the kind of love He had for Him up a few notches?

Do you love Me?

Christ you know that I love you.

No,no.. do you LOVE Me.  Feed my sheep as they're tying your hands and dragging you off kind of love me.

If Christ chose an imperfect tool as the rock He would build His Church upon, nobody should feel like they're not fit to hold the candle, right?

I don't mean to be disrespectful to our Pope when I say characterizing the dust up as "sins inside of our Church" is just a wee bit too ambiguous and superficial.

Yes, there were "sins" but how 'bout that ineptitude?  Cowardice?  Misfeasance?  Malfeasance?

Can we kick it up a notch or ten?

"Sins of the Church" isn't getting right down to the nitty gritty that we have a Cardinal in Boston who is so inept, he has to hire subcontractors to figure out whether hiring people to kill unborn children is contrary to the teachings of the Church and there is no systems in place to finding him a more suitable ministry?

If he doesn't know whether hiring people to kill children is in keeping with Church teachings, how in the Name of Christ could he ever make a judgment about right or wrong about anything else?

Isn't it clear we have a Cardinal who does not know right from wrong?

If that wasn't problematic in it's own right, this dynamic is compounded by the brazen willingness to cover up corruption:

When a corrupt priest is under scrutiny, this Cardinal calls in a chit from a Pontifical Council to have the corrupt priest honored.   Underneath the 50 pictures of him, he puts up an infomercial about the corrupt priest.

And, it was announced today that the Cardinal has given the 'priest who loves the poor from his residence in one of the most wealthy suburbs in Massachusetts' his own television show  that is, astoundingly being run by the heretical National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management

Folks, Cardinal Sean O'Malley is dismantling the Roman Catholic Church in America.  Let's have the courage to say it out loud.


When the Pope said these sins are terrifying, we here in Boston certainly knows exactly what he is talking about.

He is sure as Hell not going to do it under the radar.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think his Eminence the blogger is way, way out gunned. I think Fr. Bad Hair plays him like a fiddle.

I am really concerned about Boston Catholic TV and have been since it started. They refuse all EWTN material and any orthodoxy they offer looks almost like a parody.

Obviously there is a strategy behind all the reformers moves. Are we beginning to see a de facto American Catholic church?

Unlike in earlier times if Rome comes out with a directive that the American Bishops ignore - the people in the pews will know.

Carol McKinley said...

"Are we beginning to see a de facto American Catholic church?"

Like the pedophiles the hierarchy refused to see and deal with, the spirit of the devil came right in to wrestle souls out of Christ's heart and soul. Christ is simply shaking their foundation and they're streaming out the corners like rats.

Choose life or death. Good luck to one and all.

Anonymous said...

A lot of people are leaving the Church for illicit Latin Mass Chapels. They find there what is denied them in the Church.

Is this what the Church wants?