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  • (Catholic) Dissenting Authors & Speakers - Updated!

    10/09/2003 10:39:32 AM PDT · by NYer · 11 replies · 333+ views
    Our Ladys Warriors ^ | October 8, 2003 | Bruce Sabalesky
    Solemn Warning! The following people are those who claim to be Catholic but dissent from the Truth as handed down from Jesus Christ, Second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, the Divine Word, to His Apostles and their successors. Unfortunately, even clergy are included on this list. However, since the beginning of Christianity, history shows that even heresy can begin with clergy, one notable example being the priest Martin Luther who started all of Protestantism. These people are commonly associated with various Dissident Organizations or beliefs as indicated (see also the Dissident Organization page). The names of these individual dissidents,...
  • Blood On Their Hands: Exposing Pro-abortion Catholic Politicians

    05/04/2003 4:58:05 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 85 replies · 1,547+ views
    Crisis ^ | Mark Stricherz
    “Pro-choice” Catholic politicians support abortion mostly for political reasons. The U.S. bishops say this is unacceptable. So why do they accept it? “Do you know what the Negro is?” Leander H. Perez once asked in 1965. “Animals right out [of] the jungle. Passion. Welfare. Easy life. That’s the Negro.” As a state judge and political boss of Plaquemines Parish in Louisiana, Perez was able to enforce his racist views on the county’s 3,000 to 4,000 African-American residents. Because of him, black people essentially couldn’t vote, get decent housing, or even mix with whites. Yet for decades Perez was in full...