CNN only allows anti-Catholic responses on its articles

An “objective” reporter at CNN, the network founded by mega-eugenicist Ted Turner, Jessica Ravitz, has written a very “non-biased” article on how the ruthless Catholic Church is closing historic inner city parishes that provide much-needed social services to non-Catholics. You see, our hedonistic culture is not producing enough priests to staff these parishes, and our money-grubbing laity aren’t giving enough money to support these parishes and “necessary social services.” So, the bishops have no choice but to consolidate them. This is seen as entirely the fault of “the Church”–yet the liberal laity who like to say “We are Church” won’t take any of the blame.

Anyway, I posted a coment on the article earlier today, and it was apparently rejected. There are, however, well over a hundred replies, most of which are from atheists, Protestants and “I’m a devote [sic] Catholic who doesn’t go to church anymore” types, totally ripping on the Church, then congratulating themselves on how many of them are posting to attack the Church!

I submitted another thread, which will likely be rejected as well, and am posting the text here:

Apparently, the reason why so many of the comments on this thread are from people attacking the Church is that CNN will not allow comments from those of us who support the Church.

The reason why these Churches are closing is that “Catholic” laity have adopted the heresy of Americanism, and are choosing materialism over their faith. They treat the Church as matter of culture and family tradition, and nothing more. They have no care about an actual relationship with Jesus. They’re not encouraging their sons to be priests; they’re not even having kids. They fornicate, contracept, vote for anti-family politicians, shop and watch football and play golf on Sundays, curse like sailors, fill their minds with the filth of our culture, then come to church every now and then to listen to the Peter, Paul and Mary impersonators put on a concert. Before, during and after the “performance,” they walk around and get reacquainted with their “good friends” they haven’t seen since the last time they came to church, and they give dirty looks to those of us who are actually trying to revere the Blessed Sacrament.

Want Kumbaya and Contraceptive Catholicism? Then expect Closed Churches.

4 responses to “CNN only allows anti-Catholic responses on its articles

  1. CNN reports on ancient church sex abuse cases, but ignores the THOUSANDS of cases hidden and covered up by the Boy Scouts since –and get this–1935.

  2. Amen. They are clearly anti-catholic and use such experts as John Allen of the national catholic reporter and some priest named Reese or something like that. These guys appear to be speaking for the church, but are they really? Or are they CNN “reporters?”

  3. My wife and I were both observing this week, regarding separate articles on Yahoo, how the articles had thousands of hateful, anti Catholic (in one case) and anti-Christian (in the other) comments within a few minutes of being posted. We even wondered if most of the commentors were actually just Yahoo employees.

  4. Pingback: There is no such thing as a priest shortage; just an overabundance of false Catholics « The Lewis Crusade

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