<> Not at all. No visions are necessary. Every morning I recieve a Fax from the Vatican detailing what the Theme of that day shall be; and, the Fax also contains a list of "talking points." You don't think I come up with this outrageous stuff on my own, do you?
For the last four months, I have been ordered to face-down the Schismatic Orcs,and, frankly, it is getting tiresome. They never sleep.
I have enjoyed the Fax's of the last day or so because they dealt with Just War, Political Probity, Common Sense, Natural Law, ect.
BTW, it is both a common, and false, view that we Catholic operatives get Holiday weekends off because they are Holy Days. However, that is not true...We have to work MLK Day. He really wasn't a Saint:)<>
posted on 01/17/2003 11:14:19 AM PST
(St Ignatius "if anyone follows him that makes a schism, he shall not inherit the Kingdom of God...")
"I have been ordered to face-down the Schismatic Orcs,and, frankly, it is getting tiresome. They never sleep."
I recall the term is "mitosis."
posted on 01/17/2003 11:20:04 AM PST
I should have guessed that you'd figure out a way to disparage MLK in some snide little way. I'm trying to recall the courageous opposition shown by Catholic clerics and laity first toward slavery, then toward Jim Crow and legalized segregation into the 1960s in Catholic areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and South Alabama, and seem to be drawing a blank.
Can you tell me the great efforts made by the vast majority of Southern Catholics toward the end of segregation? Thanks.
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