"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Saving the Catholic Internet ...

"What?  The Internet is Catholic?  Perhaps we need a new dicastery?"

From itself?

So anyway, one suggestion is to can the outrage before you end up like this poor guy - but a more workable solution may be to report offenders to your local bishop ...
If you think someone is doing something so damaging to the Catholic Faith that they need to be silenced, present your case before the Bishop. - Source
It appears to have worked out really well in the case of Fr. Justin Wylie.

"'Crackpot bloggers'?
Oh that is funny!  Tell them
we can't be bothered ...
unless donations are involved."


  1. I read about his recent sermon on Catholic in Brooklyn's blog. While some of what he says can apply to all of us, I did find it divisive and irresponsible to say the least. I try to be faithful, to love the Lord Jesus and His Church and my neighbor as best as I can and yet, I fail many times but I keep trying.

    Does that make me less a Catholic Christian just because I attend the NO Mass and not the Latin Mass?
    I disagree since what I have seen online from those who would refer to themselves as "traditionalists" is nothing but bile, disrespect towards Papa Francis and anyone who disagrees with them.

    I won't go on since you are aware and have posted about all of this many times over, Terry.

    Anyway, there are many more serious issues at hand that need our prayers and our sacrifices. I just hope all of us who claim to be Catholic wake up and forgive one another and unite in fervent prayer for the conversion and salvation of the world.

    It would be a wonderful miracle indeed to be seen as truly united...the world just might come to believe in Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior over all.

    My Lord and my God...may it be so, may it be so!

  2. My dad used to say, it's bad manners to pee in the host's pool, or swim in their toilet. The Archdiocese did the right thing.

    1. I agree wholeheartedly. Thanks Larry.


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