Saturday, May 24, 2008

A Snapshot Of Those Telling The Holy Father To Go To Hell
After just a quick perusal of the news...

After my usual morning ritual of cruising various Catholic news portals, I couldn't help but notice a number of articles I've read in the past 24 hours where some rather high placed/oft quoted (by the liberal media) Catholics are taking their potshots at Pope Benedict.

Case in point:

From The Telegraph (UK), we read the rather sensationalistic headline: Pope Benedict attacked by Catholic Church’s most senior theologians. But alas, it was a plurality of one. A certain discredited Swiss Roman Protestant by the name of Hans Küng,who lamented the “tragedy” for the Catholic Church that Rome had failed to follow the path of liberalisation set out by the Vatican II council in 1965. I've read that particular article a few times to see who else was quoted as to rate the pluralization of the word "theologian". No such luck. I guess at The Telegraph, Hans and Küng count as two different people.

I also posted just yesterday concerning one of the senior clergyman in The Philippines who none-too-subtly openly challenged what The Pope (via Cardinal Bertone) had to say concerning homosexuals and their supporters being admitted to seminary. I'm still scratching my head as to exactly why Cardinal Rosales is so strongly in favor of queers infecting the priesthood. Hmmmm....

Lastly, I couldn't help but notice that not only is San Diego last in the National League West, my beloved hometown is also doing pretty piss poor when it comes to fidelity and loyalty. Specifically, the end-run that Bishop Robert "Will Sell Church Property To Pay For Rapists" Brom is pulling on Summorum Pontificum. It turns out that Bishop Bobbie is doing his own version of court packing... not to be confused with the fudge packing that so prevalent in the Diocese of San Diego.


Blogger Kit said...

Bishop Cordileone will not let Brom prevail in this disobedience. He is a ray of light in SD.

2:16 PM  

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