Saturday, September 29, 2007

ED = PP + (CM x USD660M) + (J + LMU) - (JC + HCC)
Yep... that's the mathematical equation for sending souls to hell

That's, "Eternal Damnation equals one Pagan Professor plus (Cardinal Mahony multiplied by 660 million American dollars) plus (the Jesuits at Loyola Marymount University) minus (Jesus Christ and His Holy Catholic Church).

Just when you thought things couldn't get any weirder in the land of Fruits and Nuts (or would that be "piers and queers"?), Cardinal Mahony and the rest of his theological thugs are doing their level best to prove Our Lady of Akita right.

Not only has Loyola Marymount University in LA brought on-board and avowed anti-Catholic pagan professor , the University president, Father Robert B. Lawton, (a Jesuit... what else?) has stated the following concerning the new pagan prof, a certain Mr. Wole Soyinka "through his words and actions, Mr. Soyinka has transformed the world and embodies our university’s mission,” said Loyola Marymount president, Jesuit Fr. Robert B. Lawton, in a university press release. “It is an honor to have Mr. Soyinka at LMU.”

Golly gee... I wonder what kind of "words and actions" Prof Soyinka espouses? Could it be when he stated “I don't have the sort of temperament that submits to Christianity…”? Or possibly when he said “[I] couldn’t believe in the Christian god and for me that meant I was an atheist.”

No... no... no, I'll bet the clincher for Father Bobby was when this guy said “Until today, Catholics do not cope with the experience and the reality of abortion! They just shut the wall firmly against it. They fail to address the real problems of it; they refuse to adjust any of their tenets.”

Well, maybe it was the Los Angeles version of ecumenism that got this clown the job; "Christianity, said Soyinka, is insecure. “The person who needs to convert others is a creature of total insecurity,” he said. He called Christianity... “elaborate structures [of] superstition.”

Remember, this guy is a professor at a so-called "Catholic" university.

But that ain't all, fellow bloglodytes;

Distinguished record?
University president who brought feminist theologians and pro-abortion commencement speakers to Catholic university in LA gets accolade from Cardinal Mahony

Cardinal Roger Mahony has honored Jesuit Fr. Robert Lawton, president of Loyola Marymount University of Los Angeles, as one of the recipients of the 2008 Cardinal’s Award, according to a story in the Sept. 21 edition of the Tidings, the weekly newspaper of the Los Angeles archdiocese.

Since 1999, Lawton has had “the vision to integrate the university into all aspects of community life of Los Angeles,” said the Tidings’ article.

Under Lawton, the archdiocese and the university have enjoyed amicable relations. With the archdiocese’s Hindu-Catholic Dialogue, the university offered an April 2005 symposium featuring “ecofeminist” Rosemary Radford Ruether, who proposes calling God “Gaia,” the Roman Mother Earth goddess. In 2004 the university offered a symposium at which speaker Fr. Michael Crosby called celibacy “a system of power, of patriarchy.”

In 2002, the archdiocese’s office of religious education teamed with the university to sponsor a talk by Michael Morwood, whose book, Tomorrow’s Catholic, Melbourne, Australia Archbishop George Pell has condemned as containing serious errors. At his Los Angeles talk, Morwood argued that the Church’s understanding of God "suffers from the limitations of an outmoded cosmology."

Loyola Marymount has also become one of the training centers for the archdiocese’s lay parish leaders, who serve in the capacity of pastors.

In June 2006, Florida state circuit court Judge George Greer, who ordered feeding tubes removed from Terry Schiavo, spoke at a conference on media law at the Loyola Law School. “Based on the intense scrutiny and media coverage generated by the Schiavo case,” said a Loyola press release, “Judge Greer will bring a unique perspective to the journalists in attendance.”

Greer’s address was not the first connection Loyola Marymount has had with the Schiavo case. In 2004, Loyola Marymount bioethics professor James Walter signed on to the amicus curiae brief arguing that Michael Schiavo should be allowed to deprive his wife -- in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years -- of food and hydration.

The Lawton-led university has also repeatedly hosted pro-abortion speakers at commencement ceremonies. The 2006 commencement featured Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa; in 2005, it was California Attorney General Bill Lockyer. In 2000, pro-abortion Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd addressed graduates of Loyola Law School.

As far as entertainment goes, in 2004 the university participated in the V-Day College Campaign, complete with a performance of the Vagina Monologues.

Among the policy changes under the Lawton administration, the university began in 2004 to grant insurance coverage for its employees’ “registered domestic partners.” The previous year, Lawton mused that such an offering “may not be appropriate” at a Catholic university, but that it would, nevertheless, “follow state law in the matter,” according to minutes of a university meeting. Three years earlier, the university announced it would offer “enhanced contraceptive coverage” to its employees -- again, it was claimed, in response to a new state law, but at the very time Catholic Charities was fighting that law in court.

More recently, the university invited as visiting professor Wole Soyinka, a critic of the Christian faith. “Through his words and actions, Mr. Soyinka has transformed the world and embodies our university’s mission,” Lawton said in a university press release.

Cardinal Mahony named Lawton and four others as recipients of the 2008 Cardinal’s Award on Sept. 12. According to the Tidings, the awards are given to “members of the Los Angeles Catholic community who have extensive and distinguished records of service.” The Cardinal’s Award Dinner is scheduled at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Feb. 9, 2008.

Cardinal Mahony needs to go. I'll come out and say it... this man is leading souls to hell. And the whole time, with a smile on his face.


Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

I've said it before, if you want to insure your child will lose their Catholic Faith, send them to a Jesuit college.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Alli said...

Interesting... celibacy is “a system of power, of patriarchy” in a world where having children and passing on one's name is the celebrated norm.
I'd almost like to hear his thoughts on the topic, but I don't think I would make it through 5 minutes of BS like that.

9:56 AM  
Blogger Karin said...

Are they all that horrible?
My eldest attends the only Jesuit H.S. in NJ and they do a darn good job of teaching the faith.
I was hoping to send him to a Jesuit college, but now I question if that is really a good idea.

So are they all bad?

10:08 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

I can't speak for Jesuit high schools, but their colleges are a different thing.

11:49 AM  
Blogger WhiteStoneNameSeeker said...

Our Lady of Akita pray for us!

And did Judge Greer explain how allowing a disabled women to be slowly starved and dehydrated to death was such a great and legal thing?

2:41 PM  
Blogger Kat said...

Depends on the Jesuit School, East coast are generally ok, west cost not on your life... Loyola Chicago is ok, and Spring Hill is good.

3:30 PM  
Blogger Dymphna said...

God give me wisdom. I just don't understand why this man is still a cardinal.

6:34 PM  
Blogger Barbara said...

I am sort of new to blogdom.....and have greatly enjoyed the Caveman as well as other orthodox writers.
But I wonder the effect of like minded bloggers simply reading the writings of like minded do we get this out to those who need to hear...?

7:23 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

Actually this explains a lot.

The LEMs in L.A. act as pastors, pecause they don't have enough priests.

They don't have enough priests, because God calls Catholics to the priesthood.

Since L.A. doesn't teach the Catholic Faith, they don't heve priests.

So they send laymen to LMU to be trained, (but not in Catholic Teaching) they then teach more people false tenants. Then even fewer are called to the priesthood.

More simply put--LA doeswn't have enough Catholic Priests, because it isn't catholic. Not being Catholic, it won't teach Catholicism.

Bluntly--LA is in a state of de facto or undeclared schism. It is no longer Catholic. In four years, when Mahony resigns--if he resigns--the new bishop will be faced immediatly with a schism consisting of Lay led and "gay" parishes, with many of his priests (who will be gay) siding with the schismatics.

The Church of Las Angeles will become smaller--become in fact, a creative minority.

8:00 PM  
Blogger Karin said...


Thanks. We live on the East Coast so that was the area we where looking at.
But either way I see that we are going to have to be "real" careful, asking pointed questions etc.
It really would make life easier if these Catholic Colleges would get the mandatum...then we would now where it was safe to send out kids :)

9:15 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

Don't know if I can agree with that. Isn't Georgetown a Jesuit school? Lot of craziness there. What about Fordham? Is it a Jesuit school? Marquette (Midwest) is a hotbed of Jesuit dissenters.

1:43 PM  
Blogger Kat said...

Ok... Georgetown, I will give you the rest give it a year or two... we got guys coming up the ranks as I type who are good guys.

Some are at or are going to Fordham shortly... now we just have to weed out the LAY faculty....

Spring Hill in mississippi is good though.

3:17 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...


But I wonder the effect of like minded bloggers simply reading the writings of like minded do we get this out to those who need to hear...?

I'm glad you ask this. I've been working on a post along these very lines. I should post it in the next day or two.

7:06 PM  

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