Friday, February 23, 2007

Why You So Negative, Caveman?
Hmmmm... why AM I so negative?

I'll be the first to admit, the last few posts have been fairly on the rough side. As I damn well intended them to be. Ya see, fellow bloglodytes, I don't have to dig deep to find news stories that throw the spotlight directly on the cockroaches.

And as long as we have a so-called "Catholic" cardinal, bishop and university president priest who do their best to act like the "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil" monkeys while unborn babies are slaughtered, you can bet your paycheck that THIS Caveman will do everything in his power to make sure that my fellow Catholics know what our "leaders" are up to.

As long as we have "moral theologians" who tell pornographic tales about The Holy Mother and St. Joseph, you can bet your paycheck that THIS Caveman will do everything in his power to make sure that my fellow Catholics know what our "leaders" are up to.

As long as we have a so-called "bishop" with a track record of homosexual harassment and protection of a kiddie-rapist "priest", and then he does everything in his power to protect accused "priests" in at least 150 more accusations, you can bet your paycheck that THIS Caveman will do everything in his power to make sure that my fellow Catholics know what our "leaders" are up to.

So with all that said, if anyone thinks that I'm going to somehow miraculously turn into a kindlier, gentler Caveman... forget about it. I'm going after these bastards with everything I got.

I'm sick of seeing Holy Mother The Church raped on a daily basis. How 'bout you?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's the question.

What can we do to help?

10:35 AM  
Blogger Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

In your defense, Cavey, there's certainly no shortage of people reporting the good news. Very few will take on the bad news like you do.

It does make visits to your blog a rather (as Shakespeare put it in "Hamlet") lenten entertainment, though.

10:55 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Anon,
Knowledge is strength. We all to get strong. And you know what kind of "strong" I mean.

It all starts with ALL of us knowing at least the basics of The Faith. From there, increase in knowledge (and hopefully, Grace) daily.

Once armed, the next time a heretical priest or nun on the parish level, who (as I've dealt with personally) openly questions the Assumption of the BVM... or denies the dogma of Purgatory, etc, etc, we can call 'em on it on the spot.

I guess the bottom line is that we spread the knowledge of truth to our fellow Catholics. When we see outright heresy being spread by priest, bishop, archbishop... whatever... we can correct the wayward.

In the Name of Christian Charity, we have the duty to correct error. My particular "in your face" style may not be right for everyone, but we have the obligation to defend Holy Mother the Church.

1:31 PM  
Blogger Angry Orthodox said...

Me too, and I'm not even Catholic. Basically all the lay people can do is live the faith and write letters to the Papal Nuncio, and fight heresy at their own parish.

-Sympathetic Orthodox

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Caveman, I like you the way you are. Let God's light shine into all the dark little nooks and crannies of the Church.

11:12 PM  
Blogger Ginny said...

Bravo Sir Vir! Keep up the good work and to hell with what anyone says, people need to be informed.

9:16 PM  

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