Daily Archives: September 9, 2010

Ora pro nobis, Omnes Angelos et Sanctos, pro restituo carri mei

Bl. Alphais, who lost your limbs to disease, pray for us!
St. Angela Merici, patroness of blindness pray for us!
St. Gerald of Aurillac, patron of those with childhood illnesses and blindness, pray for us!
St. Germaine Cousin, patron of those with childhood illnesses, pray for us!
St. Giles, patron of the disabled, pray for us!
St. Henry II, patron of the disabled, pray for us!
St. Lutgardis, patron of the blind, pray for us!
Bl. Margaret of Castello, patron of the disabled pray for us!
St. Seraphina, patron of the paralyzed, pray for us!
St. Servatus, patron of the lame, pray for us!
St. Servulus, patron of the disabled, pray for us!
St. Vaast of Arras, patron of those with eye trouble, pray for us!
Bl. Hermanus Contractus, patron of the disabled, pray for us!
St. Philip Neri, patron of those with enlarged hearts and deformed ribs, pray for us!
St. John of God, patron of those with heart defects, pray for us!
St. Teresa of Avila, patron of those with headaches, pray for us!
St. Alphonsus Liguori, patron of those with arthritis, pray for us!
St. Christopher, patron of travellers, pray for us!
St. Elijah the Prophet, patron of cars, pray for us!
St. Frances of Rome, patroness of cars, pray for us!
St. Sebastian of Aparicio, patron of cars, pray for us!
St. Raphael, Divine Healer and Patron of Travelers pray for us!

Yesterday, I e-mailed 1000 parishes, priests and deacons, and I set up a TinyURL. We’ve only raised 12% of the funds with a month to go:

Abortion is not “health care”

Lesbian Coach fired by Diocese of Springfield, MA

Christine Judd, who has been Athletic Director of Cathedral High School in Springfield, MA, for 3 years and and “dean of students” for four years, has been fired since she “married” another woman this summer.

Oddly enough, she opted for resignation over termination, since the main reason to accept that is avoiding the stigma of being fired, yet she’s appearing in national media over it. She claims it’s the decision of the diocese, and the school still supports her. If that’s the case, the entire administration of the school needs to be fired.

“Cathedral had nothing to do with this,” Judd said. “This was a diocesan decision. In the end, the timing of this issue really affects the kids. That is where it has the most effect.”

Yes, it effects the kids. It shows them this behavior is unacceptable.

Of course, the secular jerks who always comment on Yahoo articles are out in droves with their pitchforks, criticizing the “intolerance” of the Church and asking why this woman is being denied the “sacrament” of marriage.

Gee, how about: “From the beginning, God intended them male and female”?