Sunday, August 9, 2015

Cupich pish poshes murders of 54 million babies


Imagine living in Germany during the Third Reich and having a few handfuls of people in the country crying out to the bishops to say something about the murders and some bleephole of a bishop responds by saying "I saw the videos of Auschwitz. So what, there are people who can't afford to get their teeth fixed.

And when the Holy See hears it, the Pope brightens up and says "This man I simply must have on my team to shape Catholic families in the future".

Please.

Hardly a day passes when I don't find myself wanting to say Sit down and shut up.

6 comments:

sixlittlerabbits said...

Cupich cana be contacted by email at

https://www.archchicago.org/person/blase-j-cupich/contact

There is an online form that can be filled in and sent.

Why don't we all let him know what we think of his horrendous remarks?

Anonymous said...

All I know is when he was in our diocese, he not only emptied out our seminary, but caused one good Catholic priest to take a leave of absence.

M. Prodigal said...

The people the pontiff chooses to hobnob with, elevate and appoint is most certainly distressing....to say the least. You can tell a lot about a man by the company he keeps.

Salvation of souls? Idea seemingly relegated to the trash bin.

JB said...



Not a normal human being... When confronted with the horror of these PP videos, the last thing any normal person's mind does is jump to the issue youth unemployment or alleged destruction of the planet. Totally abnormal. He belongs on the couch with a lot of them.

Anonymous said...

Honestly, does it really matter what Cupich, O'Malley, Dolan et al say? We know what is right and what is Catholic.

Our job is to take as many with us as possible and pick up the pieces when these wolves self destruct.

Anonymous said...

Concord Pastor published Cupich's whole statement on his blog. He also posted Archbishop Wilton Gregory's remarks -- we need tolerance! -- when the Supremes ruled about same-sex marriage. If you are looking for an insight into the progressive mind, you don't have to leave our archdiocese.


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