49 thoughts on “Courageous American Padre Calls “Lunchbox” Out on Catholicism

  1. Wow! This man is both a great priest and a great American. If only there were more like him.

    Joe Biden supports leaving small infants to die, but he wants everybody to know that he walks around with a rosary in his pocket. And there are people dumb enough to fall for it. And the silence of most Catholic clergy allows the hypocrisy and the stupidity to continue. God Bless this priest for speaking the Truth!

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      1. Yup. The Catholic Church has a great deal to answer for. Catholic Charities makes huge sums of money resettling “refugees.” I don’t know much about it, but I know enough to know that the Catholic Church is collecting money from the U.S. government on a massive scale. It is exactly as you say, Simon. In so many cases, leftists have bought the silence of the Church. In some cases, those who remain silent don’t give a damn anyway. Which just makes it easier to pay them off.

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        1. I used to bid to local hospitals (greater Big Apple) to supply them with medical supplies under the minority set aside program. What a racket!

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        2. 20 years ago, I was in a series of various different psych wards in my area. The worst one, far and away, was the one run by the Catholic Church. It was a total hellhole: they were just warehousing as many as they could, to collect the money.

          I attended a benefit last night for a crises pregnancy center that is run by Protestants. Which makes me wonder: with everything the Catholic Church gets involved in, they can’t manage a few crises pregnancy centers here and there? Really?

          I know beyond any doubt that the Catholic Church is so incredibly corrupt. I have very little or no respect for most priests. Even so, I believe that Catholic teaching is closer to Scripture than anything else out there, and I believe that the true presence of Christ in in the Eucharist-even if the priest saying Mass is the devil incarnate. So, I attend Mass but I refuse to give money to the Catholic Church. Sorry, I just can’t do it. I will give my money to the Protestants who run crises pregnancy centers.

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        1. As always, I am too innocent for this blog πŸ™‚ As always, this blog is teaching me new words and phrases all the time πŸ™‚

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        2. Lol πŸ™‚

          Good news! We were talking on the blog the other day about the treatment and payment of workers. Because of this good priest you have introduced us to, Simon, I am able to describe what I was trying to describe before but couldn’t.

          I knew that mistreating/not paying workers was a very bad sin, but I couldn’t really explain it. When this priest spoke of sins that cry to Heaven for justice, I looked it up, and mistreating workers is one of the sins that cry to Heaven for justice. The others are homicide, homosexual acts, and oppressing the poor. So, I was right, and now I understand why I was right. Thank you!

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  2. An African-American female turned me onto the swirl.

    Although I had black GFs in college, the Newark swirl took that to a whole ‘nother level.

    Ever have people stop and stare at you?

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    1. Yes. Men used to stop and stare at me when I was younger, especially when I wore short skirts. Well, though, now that I think of it, it wasn’t exactly stopping and staring. They would notice me, and then as fast as they could, they would try to pretend that they had not noticed me at all. So funny, but different from what you are talking about, I suspect πŸ™‚

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        1. Can I google it? Or would that be cheating? Because I really have no clue. On a guess, I would say that maybe somebody whistles? But that is just a wild guess. Or, is a hand signal of some kind used?

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        1. Lol πŸ™‚ Only Mongolian women? I remember you saying you were popular in South America as well. And you seem to be doing pretty well in Thailand πŸ™‚

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        2. “Do I not entertain you?”

          I am so sorry. I don’t understand this comment. I am so sorry for any offense I may have given, none was intended.

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        3. Ok, it is very similar to a line from the movie “Gladiator.” He says “Are you not entertained?” He was very angry when he said it.

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        4. Regardless and be that as it may, I got the line out of a Hollywood movie that I thought most people would get without use of references or tools.

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  3. Powerful, indeed. Preaching to the choir, though: People who *attend* Mass didn’t vote for Biden, anyway. The Church is a God-given, Christ-founded institution *made up of sinners*. Individuals in authority in the Church (as do all of us) have a lot to answer for – especially ties to civil and political entities of any kind worldwide. Because Christ asked, no, commanded me to, I’m praying with a Rosary in my hand for God’s forgiveness to pour out upon us. And, that Joe Biden – and cultural/cafeteria Catholics everywhere – will respond to God’s call to repentance and restoration to right relationship symbolized by the Rosary in his pocket.

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    1. Actually, I know at least several Catholics who would drink gasoline before voting for any Republican, and they are in Church every Sunday and in some cases, almost every day. One of them works for Catholic Charities. Another is the parish secretary at her Church. They are loud and proud about their political inclinations, and TPTB in the Church have no problem with it-and have even rewarded them for it. When I was in Catholic school, most of the Nuns-not just some of them, most of them-were leftists. The pastor at my Mother’s Church is very clear that he gets all his information from CNN and votes democrat. What you say about those who voted for Biden not being in the pews has not been my experience, Nanda. I wish that it were.

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      1. Fair enough, JaC. Your experience and mine vary. I’m in a very red-state corner of PA. Sorry you’re in a sea of blue. 😦

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