Friday, March 27, 2009

NEWS FLASH!! Catholics Held Acountable For Actions...
Film at 11

What are the chances these folks will be disciplined in this life? In all reality, a snowball's chance...

But this sure does loook to me like certain people have publically been called out on their souls being in a state of mortal sin. And we all know what happens to people who die in a state of mortal sin.

Here's some of the article from; (Emphasis mine) Vatican Offical Says Catholics Who Voted for Obama Cooperated With Evil

( – Archbishop Raymond Burke said that Catholics who voted for President Barack Obama engaged in “a form of cooperation” with evil because of Obama’s pro-abortion policies.

If a Catholic knew that abortion was gravely sinful and that Obama wanted to make abortion more available and voted for him, that Catholic “cooperated” and bears a responsibility for the consequences, said Burke.
And don't bullshit yourself into believing that the vast majority of so-called "Catholics For Obama" will seek absolution from Christ through His Church. After all, Extra Democrat Party, Nulla Salus (Outside The Democratic Party, There Is No Salvation).

Hell, most of 'em don't believe in the Sacrament of Confession anyways. But you can bet your ass they receive Holy Communion every Sunday. And with the full knowledge and consent of Father Limpwrist.


Blogger Al said...

Don't know how true the rumors are, but I have read that the Obama Gang isn't too happy with how outspoken Archbishop Burke has been. They see him undermining all their efforts to make their Catholics in Name Only gang look like real Catholics.

They are supposed to be putting pressure on the Papal Nuncio. Like that will do any good. If true, I suspect their attempts will have just the opposite result. Burke will become even more vocal.

Not that I wish anything to happen to Papa Benedetto, but can you say Pope Raymond the 1st?

7:40 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

Not a damn thing will happen to them in this life until EVERY Catholic bishop acts like Abp. Burke.

12:49 PM  
Blogger TCN said...

Probably better make a note to myself to hit the confessional once again this week. These clueless moonbats have no idea how difficult it is to reach heaven. AB Burke is simply using his office to teach, and some of these folks need bootcamp. Let's pray for his success, and the conversion of souls, shall we?

11:17 PM  
Blogger Greta said...

Burke was kind of ticked off that Randall Terry used the interview as he did. While it is a strong statement, I think it also is worth noting he did not deny what he said was accurate in the tape. However, it does make one wonder what forced Burke to come out with this statement. There is strong rumor around that Barry O used someone to put pressure on the Pope to quiet Burke down.

ROME, Italy - In response to the March 25, 2009 press conference of Mr. Randall Terry in Washington, D.C., the Most Reverend Raymond L. Burke, Archbishop Emeritus of Saint Louis and Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, issued the following statement:
“Recently, Mr. Randall Terry and some of his associates visited me in Rome and asked to videotape an interview with me to share with pro-life workers for the purpose of their encouragement. The interview was conducted on March 2, 2009.

“Sadly, Mr. Terry has used the videotape for another purpose which I find most objectionable.

“First, Mr. Terry issued a media advisory which gave the impression that I would be physically present at the press conference during which he played the videotape, when, in fact, I was in Rome.

“Second, I was never informed that the videotape would become part of a press conference.

“Third, I gave the interview as a Bishop from the United States to encourage those engaged in the respect life apostolate, not as the Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura.

“Fourth, I was never informed that the videotape would be used as part of a campaign of severe criticism of certain fellow bishops regarding the application of Canon 915 of the Code of Canon Law.

“If I had known what the true purpose of the interview was, I would never have agreed to participate in it.

“I am deeply sorry for the confusion and hurt which the wrong use of the videotape has caused to anyone, particularly, to my brother bishops.”

(Most Rev.) Raymond L. Burke

2:26 AM  

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