Friday, September 07, 2012

The usual devolution

Three Catholic women who live so deeply enmeshed in the Democrat worldview that they don't even know how distant they are from the religion they claim.
[As Ex Cathedra's readers may know, it's precisely because he knows how distant he is that he is, well, Mr. Ex Cathedra and not Friar Ex Cathedra anymore. Part of what I find so offensive about these three girls --and their numbers are legion-- is that their attitude is so disrespectful. If Roman Catholicism isn't anything, it isn't a make-it-up-as-you-go-along kinda faith.] 

First, Caroline Kennedy, who tells the DNC "as a Catholic woman", that she is totally on board with whatever the Democrat feminist line is about. Genetic drift.
After all, epic scumbag Ted was her uncle. (Funny how they're all "separation of church and state" only when the religious don't buy their line...)

Second, some HuffPo writer who, despite her outrage that the Church expects its public personnel to show some allegiance to Catholicism rather than New Age eco-feminism and lefty government programs, --can you believe it?--wants to stay Catholic. Because...
So, what makes the Social Justice Catholic Church different from any other inclusive and reasonable church, like the Unitarian Church, for example? Two thousand years' worth of rituals and a treasure trove of accessories, that's what.
Really. I'm no star example, but if this is the result of Vatican II Catholicism fifty years later...Really stunning. I'm sure those Carthusian monks who had their bowels ripped out and died in their own shit under Henry VIII will be relieved to know it was all about ceremonies and "accessories."

And finally, Sr. Simone Whatever, who has been driving around the country in a bus, telling Paul Ryan what the federal budget should look like and gets to tell the DNC about it, suddenly, when asked about abortion, apes the feckless Obama and lies barefaced that it's "above her pay grade."

The first two broads are probably invincibly ignorant herd-ewes.

But the nun is just a fraud.

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2 comments:

Turnip Ghost said...

Isn't religion pretty much about the accessories? Isn't that why there are so many more gays in the clergy/religious life than their percentage of the general population would indicate? The gay organist/choir director in the Black church "on the down low"; the momma's boy in Naples; the Irish kid who's obviously never going to get married whose mother thinks his lack of interest in girls means "he's the one"; the girl who refuses to wear dresses who ends up in a habit because "what else can she do if she's not married?"?

USMaleSF said...

Surely you jest, TG. Religions create civilizations.

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