Friday, August 19, 2011
The Catholic News Agency has fallen to a new low. They're now trying to dig up dirt to run smear campaigns on Catholics who have had enough of the counterfeit church they've been raising in the US for the last forty years.
I guess the National Catholic Reporter thugs were busy trying to ridicule Fr. Z?
If you read the thread of comments - and I would encourage you to leave one there - it didn't exactly have the outcome they had hoped for.
Voris didn't file his annual reports with the Secretary of State. Big whoop. It happens all the time to people running nonprofits. They run on a shoestring, they're not savvy in entity compliance. In fact, the IRS revoked the non-profit status of about 30,000 entities last year.
The Catholic News Agency also dug up some kind of online video games that Simon Rafe created that has sexual content. Ok. The man has published an apology for the scandal and sought the Sacrament of Confession. I'm not sure what he was thinking but I've had a few interactions with Simon and he has always been zealous and orthodox. I'm sure the matter will be dealt with internally. Prayers for all.
There's been a few sniveling reactions across he internet. They go something like this: 'Good enough, this is what Michael has been doing to others. Who is he to think he is beyond reproach." The vultures flock to the comboxes and good times were had by all.
How disingenuous. It's the equivalent of trying to dig up dirt on a policeman and then when you find something, all the thugs in town gather to ridicule a man who has been protecting the common good.
The concept of confronting theologians with errors so that Catholic children will be taught the authentic faith and led to resist temptation is some kind of vice to them. Trying to take a person down who is protecting children from error is virtue.
This is the same thing the Bernadin crowd has been doing to us for decades. Asking to have our religion taught to us and our children results in character assassinations and thuggery.
You know what?
Knock yourselves out. We're all going to keep going. Our children deserve to have their religion taught them them and by the Christ, they will. Go bleep yourselves.
Oh, and by the way - no bull in Madrid was sold out.