Monthly Archives: August 2008

I’m so happy we have Nancy Pelosi

First, pro-abortion “Catholic” US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi gave the Bill Clinton argument that, since the ECFs disagreed on “ensoulment,” abortion is OK.

So, Archbishop Donald Wuerl, hardly one of our more outspoken and zealous bishops, issued a rather mild, “pastoral” correction.

Several other bishops chimed in. Even Fr. Thomas Reese, SJ, said that Pelosi overstepped her bounds.

The Pro-Life Catholics in the House of Representatives criticized her, too.

So, now, her office has issued another “clarification,” saying that the Church *is* consistent on human life, but lots of Catholics disagree, so Catholics aren’t obligated to listen to the Church.

Boy, Catholics who want the bishops to stand up and be counted against heretics have no better friend these days than Nancy Pelosi.

"Huge Dem Crowd"

At the end of C. S. Lewis’ The Magician’s Nephew, Uncle Andrew keeps refering to Jadis as a “Dem fine woman.” To wit, I found it hilarious to read the following headline:

Obama tells huge Dem crowd he’ll fix Washington (AP)

Is the pro-life movement dead in Canada?

Is the US very far behind?

And Chaput Rebukes Biden

Wuerl Rebukes Pelosi

“I think some of it is regional,” she said, “It depends on the bishop of a
certain region, and, fortunately for me, communion has not been withheld and I’m
a regular communicant, so that would be a severe blow to me if that were the
case.”

Actually, it’s unfortunate for you, since your bishop doesn’t care enough about you to stop you from commiting Sacrilege.

OT: Another English 101 Video ("Woman without her man is apart of him")

Today is the Lewis Crusade’s Feast Day

From Wikipedia

St. Louis, pray for us!