Filed under: abortion, Culture and Catholicism, depopulation, Green Catholics | Tags: abortion, birth rate, Catholic, Catholic values, Christianity, feminism, freedom, negative population growth, Planned Parenthood
History is going to overtake our discussion of abortion. It’s already begun, you can hear the distant bells. Continue reading
Filed under: abortion, Catholic Liturgy, Culture and Catholicism, Nobama | Tags: abortion, Barack Obama, Catholic, Catholic church, Catholic values, prayer, SSPX, Vatican II
It’s official: the bizarro world of the novus ordo has declared that Barack Obama is ‘the spirit of Vatican II.’
All you sincere pro-life Catholics who passively attend and contribute to your local novus ordo parish while tolerating and even aiding through your peace sign and your donations their pro-choice politics, take heed.
All you good Catholics who believe that the government assuming the risk and giant monoopolies reaping the profits is shady, maybe fascist (or socialist, they’re all the same in the end), take heed.
Satan has almost got his unholy planetary alignment. Here it is:
Catholic magazine America ran a piece by Jesuit priest John O’Malley that proclaims Barack Obama “the Spirit of Vatican II.” You can find it right here.
If that doesn’t convince sincere novus ordo Catholics to throw themselves into the SSPX rosary crusade to be at the Holy Father’s side to clean house, what will? (You can send your rosary counts here, every month, as a comment, if you want to. I’m trying to average three rosaries per day–beat me, go ‘head!)
Father O’Malley is absolutely right. As the fifty comments proclaim, he’s nailed it! (Sorry, Lord.) Barack Obama is the spirit of Vatican II. And we need an exorcism.
Filed under: Catholic Liturgy, Culture and Catholicism, Muslim feminism | Tags: Catholic values, culture, feminism, freedom, Islam, Latin mass, liturgy, SSPX, traditional mass, Vatican II, veil, what to wear at mass
“I really love that dress,” one handsome senior citizen comments to another as they sit, sorting baby clothes at the local crisis pregnancy center. “It looks so comfortable!” Continue reading