Tuesday, January 02, 2007

I Know I'll Probably Have To Go To Confession For Asking This, But...
When will these 60's reject, hippie burn-outs finally die off?

Father Moonbeam asks the musical question "Get out there and find the rocks, the soil, the trees, the bushes, the birds that belong to (your) part of the world, and then think, what does the earth want us to do?".

Well, maybe not "Father Moonbeam"... he's actually Brother Moy. Or should I just call him Bro-Mo? But some of his more "interesting" quotes are such as;

"I need weekly to get out into that local ecosystem -- rocks, soil, air, water, trees, plants, birds," Brother Moy said. "I really believe that the earth, whatever we've done to her, is saying: 'I want to heal. I want to be healed. I want you to be part of the healing.' And she will assist us in that growth toward God." [emphasis mine]

In his visits to Christian Brothers around the world, he urges them to find ways to simplify their lifestyles. "It might be things like no cars," he said. "There might be quite hard decisions to be made about diet, about lifestyle, about where you live."

Well, Sieg Heil to you too, Bro-Mo. Oh, and with us all without cars and such, how exactly do you get all a all over the world preaching your Gospel of Earth Worship? Ahhh... or is it that everybody else is suppose to give all that neat stuff up? What a hypocrite.

But the Unholy Trinity of New-Age inspired "Catholicism" is summed up in this one little sentence; "Part of Brother Moy's job is to visit Christian Brothers around the world and encourage them to understand that ecology is an issue rooted in both spirituality and justice."

Ecology, Spirituality, and Justice. No mention of Theology, Religion, or Salvation... and you can bet your pay check that there DEFINITELY isn't anything said about The Father Son, and Holy Ghost.

Folks... yet another fruit of Vatican II.


Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

My eldest brother credits his education by the Christian Brothers with teaching him to think coherently.

He's Jewish today. Reformed Judaism, no less.

10:50 PM  
Anonymous Tom S said...

Don't you mean fruitCAKE of Vatican II?

Seriously, this is depressing. Excuse me for thinking that Christianity was about eternal salvation. If I am looking for eco-sensitive-philosophy, I'll call Greenpeace.

The question I have is - what process(es) does one have to go through in life to become that screwed up???

11:02 AM  
Blogger Carolina Cannonball said...

I wonder the same thing about hippies.... when, when!

12:55 PM  
Blogger Dymphna said...

The great die off is coming. The Boomers are pushing 60 now.

11:05 AM  

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