Saturday, April 28, 2012

Boston Archdiocese Cheech and Chong Public Relations Firm

A local Boston Catholic has enlightened Boston Bloggers with information relating to a longstanding unsolved mystery: the disastrous stratagem of public relations of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.

Our conclusions after watching the train wreck for years was that the media and public relations of the Archdiocese couldn't do a worse job if they were intentionally trying to sabotage the Cardinal's relationship with practicing Catholics.

It turns out that whilst Rasky Baerlein (the outside public relations firm which handles the nightmares of the Archdiocese and its internal communications director Terry Donilon) has been mishandling public relations of the Cathedra, Rasky has been simultaneously working to legalize marijuana.

As God is my witness, I can't tell you what a relief it is to know the head-scratching media relations of the Cardinal Archbishop of Boston is being galvanized by potheads.

"We, the unwilling, led by the incompetant, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful. We have done so much, for so long, with so little, we are now qualified to do anything with nothing."
~Blessed Mother Teresa, pray for us.


StevenD-Jasper said...

Larry Rasky was Biden's press secretary during his president campaign. It's a small world. Things will not change until O'Malley retires.

breathnach said...

Jack Connors & Co present their version of post-modern catholycism. The folks in charge of Cardinal Sean's "message" are also concocting the message (and raising millions) for Obuma and the Dumocrats. On the one hand they spin a message and work to take away your First Amendment rights of free exercise of religion, on the other hand they water down the message of the Roman Catholic Church. Theater of the Absurd but tragically it's for real.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of weird, what's up with Mark Shea's piece praising a homosexual man who lived with a male partner? Deacon Kandra is praising Shea's piece and Paul Melanson is also addressing it.

Anonymous said...

More on Mark Shea from another Catholic writer here...