Sunday, June 20, 2010

The Same Catholic Bishops Who Gummed Up (and Mucked Up) Catholic Religion for the Last 40 Years Have Something To Say About Laity

After Forty Years of Distorting (and stealing) the Catholic Religion, Our Liturgy and the Souls of an Entire Generation, they're alarmed that laity has pushed them aside, taken the reigns of teaching (and defending) the Catholic religion.

As I talked with brother bishops in preparation for this presentation, there was consistent agreement that one aspect that is most alarming to us about media is when it becomes unchristian and hurtful to individuals. For example, we are particularly concerned about blogs that engage in attacks and hurtful, judgmental language. We are very troubled by blogs and other elements of media that assume the role of Magisterium and judge others in the Church. Such actions shatter the communion of the Church that we hold so precious.

Get it?

They've "held it so precious".

This is what you call audacity given their stewardship of the Catholic religion.

Did they think we were going to let another generation go by with them at the helm?

Pot, meet the kettle. The USCCB is a congregation that has been constructed between Rome and the faithful whic has no authority to do what they've been doing for the past 40 years - hijacking our religion.

They are a group of individuals who have a history of maligning the reputations of people who have charitably stepped forward to ask them to deliver their children from the pedophiles they hired and people who are finished with the dissent that is now rocking the farce and false church they have erected in the United States.

Truly laughable.

Did anyone bring up the elephants in the room like the National Catholic Reporter? America Magazine? Catholics United, Catholic Democrats (or whatever they morph into when they need a new bully pulpit)?

Ask them what they've done or intend to do about these phony initiatives?

After 40 years of making no judgments whatsoever and an entire generation gone haywire, I have one thing to play on the world's tiniest violin.

You don't like media sources that blog about the teachings of the Church and expose those perverting it?

Boo Hoo.

We like the way we're saying it better than the way you say nothing at all.

There is no respect for truth among the majority of Catholic Bishops. There is no respect for civil and moral and ecclesiastical law.

The only thing that works with Bishops is who can make the biggest amount of noise and create the biggest headaches and conflict. Whoever wins that contest, has the Bishops behind them.


We're going for the first place blue ribbon.


HopingForMiracles said...

Check out this powerful, truthful video clip from

Marie Tremblay said...

Every dictatorship hates a free press. Recommended reading: Canon 212.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they should visit Fr. Walter Cuenin's Facebook page -- if they want to see an alternate Magesterium.


Jerry said...

What sophistry. You might be inclined to listen if they showed any ire for little matters like abortion and sodomy. But no. It's you bad bloggers. Bad Carol. Bad.

For an example (as if we need more) of the malfeasance of our bishops, consider the fact that they still ordain queers. Do you recall Steve Brady, the man who exposed the queer priest ring in Illinois? He's been fighting the bishops for a long time. He said, "You cannot forget the fact that the same Bishops who protected the sodomites who abused children still control the seminaries. These same Bishops, many who are sodomites themselves, have constantly refused to address this issue." Here is an article that reviews this problem, and has links to Brady's newsletters.

Anonymous said...

Get yourself a copy of James Hitchcock's "The Decline and Fall of Radical Catholicism" and read it so that you know exactly what went on. The book was published in 1971.

"They" are already trying to reinvent the sixties and rewrite the script.


Restore-DC-Catholicism said...

Carol, Bishop Zavala, who's complaining about us, presided over the circus known as the "closing liturgy of the LA Religious Education Congress" of 2010. Watch the youtube at Perhaps this sheds some additional light on his objections to us.