Tuesday, November 14, 2006

This We Believe (Not)
Catholic doctine according to the Media

If you listen to the media and certain prominent church officials these days, you are bound to come away with some rather surprising impressions about what the Catholic Church teaches on various matters of public interest.

Catholics who get their doctrine from the media have "learned," for example, that Catholicism is categorically in favor of big, socialistic government welfare programs and now the lawlessness of open borders fanaticism.

The media's Catholic catechism also condemns capital punishment without exception and insists upon the most mindless and gutless form of "peace at any price" pacifism.

The problem with all of the above is that not a lick of it is true, as the Caveman has amply demonstrated on this page so many times that one marvels at his heroic patience in the face of having to repeat himself over and freaking over again every time this BS comes up.

I don't have the Caveman's patience. I want these pretenders to get their own religion and quit trying to hijack the only one that happens to be true.

Go peddle your left-wing claptrap in the Episcopal Church! As they like to say, "the Episcopal Church welcomes you."

Is it any wonder that so many so-called Catholics, who get their doctrine from the media catechism, are inclined to vote for pro-abortion politicians who are "better" when it comes to "Catholic" teachings on immigration, criminal justice, war and welfare?


Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

It's no wonder at all. Great post.

1:01 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Drop that napalm!!

5:26 AM  
Blogger bocephus431 said...

B16 needs to send Whackjob Cardinal Martino to the outer rim of darkness. Seems to me that the last time I was in Rome, there was a wall about 30-40 feet high all the way around the Vatican, and there were some guys in funny outfits that wouldn't let me in. I believe they actuall had weapons. How come Martino's not beating the drum to let all the damn gypsies in Rome into the Vatican? Hypocrite.

8:27 PM  

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