30 pieces of silver

30 pieces of silver

Boston Globe columnist Joan Venocchi engages in some creative obfuscation in her latest column. She says that since the Catholic Church holds that gay marriage does not and cannot exist and that no law can create it, that it is creating a shortfall in funding for Catholic charitable organizations, since friends and families of homosexuals wonopulation of 6.3 million. Thatshould now know the following:  whenever you are sent a priest from anywhere – you should conduct your own investigation of that priest’s background.  You would be a fool (and possibly an accomplice to evil) to simply accept the attestations of those sending the priest.

Sadly, this on-going scandal means that:

1) Parents cannot automatically trust bishops and priests;
2) Bishops cannot automatically trust other bishops and heads of orders.

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rdreher@dallasnews.com

147.136.249.101
2004-06-24 12:39:35
2004-06-24 16:39:35
I just spoke to one of our reporters. He said he rang the Salesians in Samoa to get a response to the deportation order. The priest who answered the phone chewed him out for causing poor Fr. Klep all this trouble.

Bastards. They don’t get it. This is not their Church, with the rest of us just bystanders. They have got to be made to learn.

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rbitler@optonline.net

67.83.96.124
2004-06-24 17:11:01
2004-06-24 21:11:01
They are not normal people.  Normal people understand that sexual molestors should NEVER be placed in the company of children.  They are abnormal, and in some cases, sub-human.  They are human dross.

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iaincarp@hotmail.com

129.107.20.30
2004-06-24 23:37:13
2004-06-25 03:37:13
Just so you know Mr. Klep,(I will not call Father) is in Melbourne and will be arraigned in their court Tommorow. Here is the link for it

http://www.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,4057,9949882%5E2,00.html

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lclabauve@yahoo.com
http://www.geocities.com/lclabauve
209.251.150.144
2004-06-25 22:31:12
2004-06-26 02:31:12
…“admitted abusing one boy but called the incident an accident…”

Abusing a child was an accident?  Give me a break!

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michigancatholic@hotmail.com
http://www.michigancatholic.blogspot.com
66.255.204.12
2004-06-26 11:31:53
2004-06-26 15:31:53
Amen.  Samoa does have the right to police its own shores, like every sovereign country in the world.  I don’t blame them one bit.  They ought to be investigating every last one of them now, and more power to them.  This kind of rot does no one any good in the long haul.  This kind of rot brought us the Reformation if you remember your history.  It could do it again if unchecked.

Sinner, it never has been the case that you could trust someone else so much that you could let them do whatever they wanted, unquestioned.  This seems to be a shock to catholics, but I don’t know why.  Your gods are not people, my friend.  God is your Lord.  Only he can be implicitly trusted.  The rest of your authorities are only here to facilitate living as a Catholic.  When they don’t facilitate living as a Catholic, they are trash, parasites, bums.

When and if your highest authorities defy the ancient teachings of the Church, and defy the very word of God in scripture, they are useless and have no power of their own—do you not know that?

And yes, the Pope is “special” in the case that he is protected, according to Catholic belief, from uttering doctrinal errors (saying Christ is not God, etc), but what he opines about the matters of the day is his opinion and that is not covered by the scriptural guarantee, no more than his menu choices or his favorite pair of shoes.

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rbitler@optonline.net

67.83.96.124
2004-06-28 07:40:17
2004-06-28 11:40:17
“Sinner, it never has been the case that you could trust someone else so much that you could let them do whatever they wanted, unquestioned.  This seems to be a shock to catholics, but I don7 Thieves in West Virginia have stolen the tabernacle from a Catholic church along with a lot of other items, including candles, every picture of Jesus, and other odds and ends. Apparently they tried to remove just the ciborium containing the Eucharist, but took the whole tabernacle when they couldn’t get it open. This smacks of Satanic worship. We pray in reparations for the sins against our Eucharistic Lord.

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Domenico Bettinelli

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