Friday, April 14, 2006

Cardinal McCarrick Scores a Perfect 10!
Verbal gymnastics at it's BEST!

H/T to Jay over at Pro Ecclesia

The head of the Washington, D.C., Archdiocese on Monday criticized immigration reform legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives because it would hinder the Catholic Church's ability to help the needy, he said.

"The difficulty was that it made all these people who are illegal, criminals," Cardinal Theodore McCarrick told Cybercast News Service at a protest on the National Mall in Washington. "There's a big difference between being illegal and being criminal."

Interesting indeed. Archpresider Teddy "Let's Have Queer Priests" McCarrick is overly concerned about the House hindering "the Catholic Church's ability to help the needy". Ummm... I guess the $1,000,000,000 spent on paying off victims of predatory homo-rapist "priests" that the likes of McCarrick protected is a grand example of "helping the needy"... ya think?

I'm also very impressed with "there's a big difference between being illegal and being criminal". And there's also a big difference in being a Catholic leader and being an apostate. Orwell couldn't have done better.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Former Altar Boy said...

McCarrick doesn't have enough homeless and poor in his own diocese that he needs ILLEGAL (yeah, Bish, their first crime was entering this country illegally, i.e. against the law) aliens to do corporal works of mercy? And, excellent point, CSM: how many homeless could have been fed, unwed mothers aided, orphans provided for, or churches kept from closing but for the mega millions needed to settle the lawsuits brought on by the sexual deviancy of the pervert priests you and the other Judases protected for so many years????

10:41 AM  
Blogger Dymphna said...

I was so saddened by the cardinal's speech. He essentially said that his diocese welcomes illegals with open arms and boo his to the rest of us who are not happy about it.

But I will say this not everybody is going along. Last year the cardinal preached on this subject at St. Matthew's cathedral. He tried to shame us all for not loving our maids, nannies and yard men enough. Nevermind the fact that probably half the people at that Mass were not rich and don't use illegals or anybody else to do their work around the house. Afterward a special collection was taken up for his annual appeal. I refused to drop anything into the basket and I noticed that many other people did the same.

11:56 AM  

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