Friday, December 31, 2010

Archbishop Timothy Dolan - The Alfred E. Neuman of Catholicism?
What! Me Worry?

Last month, Archbishop Dolan of New York was elected President of the USCCB. When asked what his chief priorities were for both the Church and society, Dolan stated that he would continue on the same path that the USCCB has been on prior to his election.

He also went on to say; It’s not like, thanks be to God, we’re in crisis. Things are going well.His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI said in a speech less than two weeks ago that in regards to the decline of Christian morality and the overall abandonment of God by Western Civilization that; "The very future of the world is at stake." And in a comment aimed directly at those within Catholicism who are in positions of power and authority, Pope Benedict said; "It was maintained – even within the realm of Catholic theology – that there is no such thing as evil in itself or good in itself. There is only a “better than” and a “worse than”. Nothing is good or bad in itself.

Everything depends on the circumstances and on the end in view. Anything can be good or also bad, depending upon purposes and circumstances. Morality is replaced by a calculus of consequences, and in the process it ceases to exist.

The effects of such theories are evident today."


Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

Well what do you expect from a cheesehead? :-(

6:22 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

and for an oh by the way:

In 1965 there were 5,277 Jesuit priests and 3,559 seminarians; in 2000 there were 3,172 priests and 389 seminarians.

Given what has become of the Jesuits, the above might be considered good news among so much bad news.

6:26 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

He's an assh*le who is trying to link faith to rape, like rosie o'donnel.

11:05 PM  

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