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To: topher

How about taking some responsibility here? They didn’t know how this sister felt, or they never heard what she was doing? Hogwash! They didn’t have the stones to stop her.


4 posted on 06/17/2010 1:57:19 PM PDT by vpintheak (Love of God, Family and Country has made me an extremist.)
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To: vpintheak

Hogwash! They didn’t have the stones to stop her.

Bingo! If her Bishop from her home Diocese had ordered her not to do this, then she would have either had to obey or face excommunication. But in reality the Church really doesn’t have the stones to excommunicate anyone anymore, and as a result all of their nutjobs are starting to freelance.


5 posted on 06/17/2010 2:03:29 PM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
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To: vpintheak

“How about taking some responsibility here? They didn’t know how this sister felt, or they never heard what she was doing? Hogwash! They didn’t have the stones to stop her.”

When it comes to their appeasing ANYONE playing the “social justice” card, OFFICIAL Catholic leaders are always a dime short and a dollar late in separating the Catholic Church from its own Marxists. They refuse to acknowledge that it is Marx and not Christ who most Catholic “social justice” activists revere and it is that Catholic “social justice” activism that makes the political alliances with Marxists, at the expense of the basic moral teachings of the church. If you want to see the American Catholic Church of the future (”moribund” as a moral force in society), just look to Europe because that is the path American Catholic leaders have the church on in this country.


8 posted on 06/17/2010 5:17:56 PM PDT by Wuli
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