Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Should We *Take The Soup Or Converge With The Heretics?
Gutless so-called Catholics in Ireland

In a lose-lose situation, three supposed Catholic priests "concelebrated" Mass with a heresy spouting Anglican Church of Ireland minister.

Interesting... supposed Catholic priests raise an adherent of heresy to equality with the Catholic Priesthood. And yes, denying Transubstantiation is a heresy... denying Sacramental Confession is a heresy, etc, etc.

And to make matters worse the Primate of All Ireland, Archbishop Sean Brady, stated; "True ecumenism is best served by initiatives that are respectful of, and sensitive to, the traditions, ethos and discipline of all those involved." He would be seeking further details "about the exact circumstances of the events as reported".

Bullshit. True ecumenism is conversion, not convergence. And does the good Archbishop think we're all monumentally stupid? Does he really believe that a Mass involving 3 Catholic priests at a Catholic Augustinian priory, and NO ONE in authority knew about it? Next thing you know, he'll be telling us that no homosexuals are in his seminaries or parishes.

Now before all those "Progressive" (AKA Prot-wannabe) Catholics start getting all uber-pissed at me... consider the following;

1. During the Protestant Revolt, how many Catholic martyrs were literally ripped limb from limb by the Anglicans for such horrific crimes like having a priest in your home or going to Mass? Were their deaths for nothing? Sure seems so.

2. How many Catholics refused to *take the soup (and subsequently died a martyr's death) during The Great Hunger? Were their deaths for nothing? Sure seems so.

3. During The Irish War of Independence, how many priests and nuns were murdered (martyred) by the Black and Tans? Were their deaths for nothing? Sure seems so.

Any chance we can all pitch-in our nickels and dimes to save Pagan Babies... in Ireland?

*A phrase used during The Great Hunger (Potato Famine). The Anglican Church of Ireland offered free soup to starving Catholics ONLY if they converted. Hence... selling out is sometimes called "taking the soup".

2 Comments:

Blogger Fidei Defensor said...

This is simply a disgrace, Catholicism was the only thing that got Ireland throgh 800 years of British tryanny.

The dead of 1916 must be rolling over in their graves.

8:28 PM  
Blogger Athanasius contra mundo said...

800 years of opression for this... If only St Patrick were still around.

1:49 AM  

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