Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Pope Francis Spokesperson Fr. Rosica threatens to sue Catholic blogger for expressing opinions on synod
I think it's going to be a lively Lent.
Michael Voris has an excellent Vortex on the slimy development in Pope Francis Cabinet.
Seems Pope Francis has surrounded himself with quite a group of weasels.
The poor blogger is distraught. Please keep him in your prayers.
If it is any consolation to him, I had a priest or two threaten to sue in my blogging career. The second time it happened, I LOL.
These men are accustomed to shivering weenies who keep their threatening conduct private.
As soon as you let it rip into the public square, they don't know whether to poop their pants or wind their wristwatch.
These men simply have no idea what they are up against and why. I doubt Rev Roscia knows the power of Catholic blogosphere. He certainly is grossly unerestimating the determination of faithful Catholics who have been robbed of their religion. He is about to find out.
How would you like your eggs on your face, Fr. Roscia? Over easy?
Judging from this hairbrained idea to have your lawyer send a letter to this poor man, I'd say scrambled.
Here's a link to the blog.
What did he to do deserve Rev. Rosica's wrath?
Well, the Rev. Rosica published a tweet that maligned Cardinal Burke as, of all things, a 'dissenter'.
The story tweeted relates to Cardinal Weurl's latest publicity stunt to slander Catholics who rebelled against the heretical theology presented at Pope Francis' synod as 'dissenters'.
You read that right.
Cardinal Wuerl is attempting to change the definition of 'dissent' in the Roman Catholic Church.
Remember before Pope Francis 'dissent' meant opinions that contradict 2000 years of theology?
Cardinal Wuerl is now saying when bishops and cardinals contradict 2000 years of theology, 'dissent' is when Catholics won't contradict it along with them.
Like every other lucid person in Christendom who read about Rev. Rosica's published tweet, the blogger asked why on earth the Pope's spokesperson would be using media sources to impugn Cardinal Burke as unfaithful to Christ's Church.
Naturally, a seasoned public relations professional, Fr. Rosica is educated in the rules and etiquette of publishing. For instance, Pope Francis public relations team wouldn't publish messages from ISIS on their twitter feeds, would they. One can certainly quote or cite something one disagrees with, but as a responsible public relations professional of the highest ranking member of the Church, he has the duty o take the time to make remarks that carefully make clear your disagreement.
Rev. Rosica published Weurl's redefinition of 'dissenters' in a story that did what Cardinal Wuerl doesn't have the spinal fortitude to do - name the people Weurl is talking about.
We are not as stupid as we look.
Weurls story is beneath contempt. As was the the tweet coming from the Holy Father's public relations team.
Vox Cantoris articulates the opinions of hundreds of thousands of us.
Rev. Rosica's poor judgment in publishing the tweet was enough grounds for Fr. Lombardi to terminate him.
Compounding that poor judgment with issuing threats to sue Catholic bloggers better be his waterloo -- or none of them will have to worry about waiting until October to see if they can recover the trust and respect of Catholic families who live our fiat.
If anybody needs to remove something from the internet, it's Cardinal Weurl article slandering the reputations of Catholics offended by the immoral theology presented by the Holy Father and his out of control see.
Cardinal Weurl has no authority or right to slander our reputations in front of our children. He is the problem in this dust up. Do not blame bloggers for what is painfully obvious to an overwhelming number of Catholics.
Faithful Catholics are in the unbelievable position of having to tell our children the theology coming from the synod and relatio is a danger to their salvation and must be ignored.
Mike Voris asks some very interesting questions. What did the Holy Father know about this threat and when did he know it? Do you think this threat could possibly be a strategy to get out in front of the synod in October?
This is something our brothers in Rome can take to the bank:
Put your threats where the sun doesn't shine.
If you think a bus full of old liberal nuns wearing polyester pants and no bras was an ugly eyesore, just wait until you see what a couple of hundred thousand women whose hands rock the cradle can do in Catholic blogosphere.
Posted by TTC at 10:11 PM