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MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE DECLARED NOT CATHOLIC by Archdiocese of New York [Hillary at issue]
Cardinal Newman Society E-mail Alert ^ | Thu, 28 Apr 2005 14:34:13 -0700 | Cardinal Newman Society

Posted on 04/28/2005 3:30:37 PM PDT by Diago

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To: HowlinglyMind-BendingAbsurdity

But it is my understanding that these Catholic colleges are not run by the Church and therefore not owned by the Church.

Now I am very confused. What am I missing?


101 posted on 04/29/2005 10:37:52 AM PDT by It's me
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To: Diago

at this Jebbie school we had Mel Gibson as commencement speaker last year...


102 posted on 04/29/2005 11:51:07 AM PDT by Republicus2001
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To: Aquinasfan

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103 posted on 04/29/2005 11:58:06 AM PDT by Republicus2001
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To: oldironsides

Yes, you are correct, this was in way upstate NY, perhaps Buffalo or Syracuse? V's wife.


104 posted on 04/29/2005 4:31:04 PM PDT by ventana
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To: ventana

Marist is not way upstate. It's pretty close to the city actually.


105 posted on 04/29/2005 4:38:20 PM PDT by rampage8
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To: rampage8

No I refer to the church in upstate NY where Hillary was allowed to talk and parishoners saying the rosary were given the boot... V's wife.


106 posted on 04/29/2005 6:21:57 PM PDT by ventana
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To: Diago
It is so wonderful that the liberals fall down.
107 posted on 04/29/2005 6:24:02 PM PDT by Porterville (Inside the heart of every murderer is a communist. Murderism= Communism= Liberalism)
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To: Mrs. Don-o
Pope Benedict, like his predecessor John Paul, has insisted that in modern times, maximum security prisons make its possible to incarcerate murderers and other violent felons without possibility of parole, and in such a way that they are no longer a threat to society. They have advanced the teaching that if this is possible, then executions should be vanishingly rare.

I have a HUGE problem with this line of reasoning. I believe murderers should be executed as punishment for their heinous crimes, not because society is unable to adequetely incarcerate them. Capital punishment is either right or wrong. The Catholic church seems to say society can only execute people when it can't contain them. Would this logic then allow pro-abortionists to say babies can be aborted when thier mother's can't afford the children? Possibly.

108 posted on 04/29/2005 6:40:23 PM PDT by rmmcdaniell
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To: rmmcdaniell

I am fairly certain there have been dungeons since the time of Christ. Since the Catholic Church has approved of the death penalty for 2,000 years, I think JP II was simply wrong when he attempted to "evolve" the church teaching on this subject.

Indeed, in the old days, there were no juries, no DNA testing, and no appeals. The death penalty today is much more just.


109 posted on 04/29/2005 7:27:55 PM PDT by Diago
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To: Diago

Sounds like Catholics are starting to take back their Church. Growing some courage.


110 posted on 04/29/2005 7:32:45 PM PDT by mlmr (The Culture of Death will get a lot more deadly before it's done.)
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To: Siobhan; ELS; eastsider
He wants to remain Cardinal Archbishop of New York and not "promoted" to obscurity at the Vatican

He's slated for retirement soon enough.

Was O'Connor really the stand-up gut he get credit for being? Sometimes I wonder if he couldn't have done more.

ELS: do you have any theory about Myers's chances to swim the Hudson?

111 posted on 04/29/2005 9:48:56 PM PDT by Romulus (Der Inn fließt in den Tiber.)
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To: Diago
The College will no longer be listed in The Official Catholic Directory, which identifies institutions including Marymount Manhattan College that are formally recognized as Catholic.

Good.

112 posted on 04/30/2005 8:54:19 AM PDT by b4its2late (Liberals are good examples of why some animals eat their young.)
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To: Romulus; eastsider; Siobhan
Was O'Connor really the stand-up guy he gets credit for being?

I didn't follow events closely while he was Arch. of NY, but I do remember hearing about his statements. At least he did speak up for life, truth, etc. I have only been aware of Egan speaking up once early in his tenure as Arch. of NY and that was in opposition to some odious legislation in Albany.

Do you have any theory about Myers's chances to swim the Hudson?

I really don't have enough information to formulate a theory. I think Myers has had input into the recent episcopal appointments in NJ. I have heard that he really didn't want to be in Newark. IMHO, I think he would be an improvement over Egan.

Maybe the Holy Ghost will raise up a humble, holy and little known man to the See of New York.

113 posted on 04/30/2005 10:32:06 AM PDT by ELS (Vivat Benedictus XVI!)
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To: Primetimedonna

I can hardly wait to read your comments to my husband. Absolutely priceless!


114 posted on 04/30/2005 10:42:54 AM PDT by onyx (Pope John Paul II - May 18, 1920 - April 2, 2005 = SANTO SUBITO!)
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To: ALOHA RONNIE



HILLARY =
Supporter of our terrorist enemy HO CHI MINH during the Vietnam War against Freedom's survival in South Vietnam

HILLARY =

Supporter of our terrorist enemies in a new time of war with our own Freedom now directly at stake here at home

***Don't forget Hillary Rodham Clinton rode with the anarchist/domestic terrorist Black Panthers' militancy.

Lest we forget: Nixon finalized (backed-out as honourably as possible)the Viet Nam war which started during Eisenhower's presidential administration, continued, in fact, excellerated throughout Dem. JFK's and Dem. Johnson's presidential administrations. I've listened to TOO MANY Democrats falsely attribute the Viet Nam war to Richard Nixon.


115 posted on 04/30/2005 2:49:54 PM PDT by purpleland (The price of freedom is vigilance.)
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To: purpleland
More interesting reading: CINO No More? (Writer wonders if Klocek free speech case requires papal intervention)
116 posted on 04/30/2005 4:59:22 PM PDT by Land_of_Lincoln_John (Chicago White Sox, off to a great start!)
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To: ventana

bump


117 posted on 04/30/2005 6:24:29 PM PDT by ventana ("The essential things in history begin always with the small, more convinced communities." Ratzinger)
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To: Romulus; ELS; ventana

I understand from my sister that Cardinal Egan wants to remain in New York "in power" until he is 78. So I've been told to expect a "makeover" for Egan to make him look like Pope Benedict's best ally. There's more, but that's enough for now really. God bless.


118 posted on 04/30/2005 8:04:46 PM PDT by Siobhan ("Christianity is, by its very nature, joy -- the ability to be joyful." -- Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger)
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To: ventana

It was Buffalo, wasn't it? That's what rings a bell.


119 posted on 04/30/2005 8:06:14 PM PDT by Siobhan ("Christianity is, by its very nature, joy -- the ability to be joyful." -- Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger)
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To: Siobhan

Yeah, I think:Buffalo. V's wife.


120 posted on 05/01/2005 5:22:59 AM PDT by ventana ("The essential things in history begin always with the small, more convinced communities." Ratzinger)
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To: rmmcdaniell
You wrote: The Catholic church seems to say society can only execute people when it can't contain them. Would this logic then allow pro-abortionists to say babies can be aborted when thier mother's can't afford the children?

I'm afraid I'm not following you here. The Church is talking about sparing lives. The abortionists are talking about destroying lives. Those are opposites. Not all killing is murder. But the deliberate killing of innocent persons is always murder. That's why it cannot be justified under any circumstances: Killing 30 babies every Saturday at Women's Surgi-center or killing 100,000 civilians in Nagasaki or killing sexual rival with a baseball bat.

121 posted on 05/01/2005 8:19:27 AM PDT by Mrs. Don-o (\\\The cafeteria closed. But the food's real good at the Bishop's Table. ///////)
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To: Mrs. Don-o
I'm afraid I'm not following you here. The Church is talking about sparing lives. The abortionists are talking about destroying lives.

You seem to be just another zealot who ignores their church's logical contradictions. No need to respond further.

122 posted on 05/01/2005 10:16:05 AM PDT by rmmcdaniell
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To: rmmcdaniell

No really, I didn't understand your analogy. Are you saying there is no moral distinction whatever between a mother killing the baby in her womb, and political authorities killing a convicted felon? Or what?

All I need is further explanation here, which will be graciously received.


123 posted on 05/01/2005 2:01:37 PM PDT by Mrs. Don-o (\\\The cafeteria closed. But the food's real good at the Bishop's Table. ///////)
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To: Siobhan
I understand from my sister that Cardinal Egan wants to remain in New York "in power" until he is 78.

How old is he now? I thought ordinaries had to submit their resignation upon their 75th birthday. The major difference between Eddie and our Holy Father - for Eddie it's all about what he wants and for His Holiness it's all about what He wants.

So I've been told to expect a "makeover" for Egan to make him look like Pope Benedict's best ally.

Ugh. It seems to me that Cardinal George is Benedict XVI's best ally among the US Cardinals and Archbishop Burke his best ally among the US bishops.

124 posted on 05/01/2005 3:36:04 PM PDT by ELS (Vivat Benedictus XVI!)
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To: ELS; Siobhan
Edward Cardinal Egan was born on April 2, 1932, so I guess he must have just turned 73...

>>>mustering up charity here<<<..... I can't stand his voice.

125 posted on 05/01/2005 3:46:45 PM PDT by american colleen (Long live Benedict XVI!)
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To: ELS

Just because they have to submit their resignation doesn't mean it has to be accepted. Look at Cardinal O'Connor's age and think of competition...


126 posted on 05/01/2005 8:03:17 PM PDT by Siobhan ("Christianity is, by its very nature, joy -- the ability to be joyful." -- Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger)
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To: ELS
The major difference between Eddie and our Holy Father - for Eddie it's all about what he wants and for His Holiness it's all about what He wants.

Brilliantly said.

127 posted on 05/01/2005 8:05:12 PM PDT by Siobhan ("Christianity is, by its very nature, joy -- the ability to be joyful." -- Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger)
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To: oldironsides
Finally. There are truly more that should be added to that list, not just Notre Dame. Protesting parishioners prayed the rosary while she spoke and they were thrown out of their own church by strongmen. The church allowed their own to be tossed while this pro choice female pandered for votes.

Sadly, this sort of disease is common in some dioceses, 'old-fashioned' orthodox Catholics dissed and tossed out in favor of CINO's.

She is larger than all of it. Ask her.

Well, actually we don't ask her, we don't speak directly to her highness, we go through her people. And if our query is worthy, we are deigned a reponse. ;-)

128 posted on 05/03/2005 8:04:05 AM PDT by fortunecookie
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