Saturday, April 17, 2010

This Kind Of Stuff Doesn't Even Raise An Eyebrow Anymore
Business as usual in the Cape Fear Deanery

This should be sending up red flags (no pun intended) all over the place. Instead, it's bragged about. From the official website of the Diocese of Raleigh, Here are a couple of questions in some "get to know your priests" series;
Year for Priests
Father Hector LaChapelle, Parochial Vicar, St. Brendan the Navigator, Shallotte

Favorite author and/or book?
Hans Kung, On Being a Christian

Any interesting fact that your parishioners would be interested in knowing?
I attended a Protestant seminary for my D. Min.
For those who aren't aware, here's some of the background on the individual the good Father listed as his favorite author -

~ Küng rejected the dogma of Papal infallibility.
~ Küng was stripped of his licence to teach as a Catholic theologian.
~ Küng endorsed the heresy of Mohammedanism in the following quote;
"The same church must, in my opinion, also respect that the one whose name is absent from the same declaration out of embarrassment, although he and he alone led Muslims to pray to this one God, so that once again through him, Muhammad, the prophet, this God 'has spoken to mankind."Ummm.... nooooooo. Mohammed is a FALSE-prophet. And while I'm at it, since when to Catholic priests get their doctorates from institutions that deny the Real Presence, most of the other Sacraments, Papal supremacy, etc?

Gee, I can't figure out why the Catholic Church is self-destructing, can you?


Blogger Fr. Erik Richtsteig said...

Where do they find these guys?

7:46 PM  
Blogger Unfinished said...

Kung is a heretic, no doubt.

But in all fairness, I think whoever the person is that actually posted/maintains this website is probably ignorant of who Kung actually is. So it didn't even raise an eyebrow when posting it. Heck, I wonder if these were even read before being put up...

2:00 PM  
Blogger Citizen X said...

I do know who Kung is. He's a heretic. I thought I made that clear. Is there something I'm missing?

2:43 PM  

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