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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Catholic Bishop Faces Child Porn Charges - October 1, 2009

A bishop by the name of Raymond Lahey of the archdiocese of Antigonish was caught with questionable material on his laptop computer. What questionable material you may ask….well here it is folks….child pornography. Gasp! He has been charged with "possessing and importing child pornography." Not only does this fine upstanding bishop of the biggest pedophile whorehouse in the world engage himself in such conduct, but he literally oversaw a historical settlement in Nova Scotia with past sexual abuse victims. Why don't you freaks just throw the victims at the feet of the pedophiles…there's a genius move! No worries my friends, the bishop put in his resignation to the pope, and when you put in a resignation you have to 'fess up as to why you have to leave such a holy, sacred position. The pope knows why, he knows that pedophiles run amuck in that dog kennel. Wow, how dignified of the bishop to resign AFTER he gets caught…yeah there's the true face of a penitent sinner….ummmm…NOT! You catholics are stinky to your God and you know it!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Born in Sin? Come on in

I invite people here who want to say whats on their mind when they have a bone to pick but cant say it because the blog they are in is owned by some namby pamby who wants everyone to be nice. Well, its their blog and you have to obey their gag order. I say thats idiotic. People cant say what they really mean. So what good is it going there? So, get to it.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Hey Joe, Take a Walk on the Wild Side

A Catholic priest stole $1.3 million from his Waterbury, Conn., parish to finance a gay old time in New York, authorities charged yesterday.
The Rev. Kevin Gray allegedly blew the money he looted from his financially struggling parish over seven years on male escorts, rooms at hotels, including the Waldorf, designer clothes, trendy restaurants and tuition for several young studs.
Gray, 64, regularly shacked up in an Upper East Side apartment that he rented for a 35-year-old man, court documents charge.
The priest not only paid for the apartment, but also the Harvard tuition for his male friend, authorities said. Read more:
Gray was ordered held in lieu of $750,000 bond yesterday after appearing in Waterbury Superior Court. His alleged scam was exposed by a recent Hartford Archdiocese financial review of his Sacred Heart Parish, whose overwhelmingly Hispanic congregation he had led since 2003.
Church officials notified cops, whose arrest warrant for Gray tells a tawdry tale of his lust for men and the Big Apple high life.
From 2003 until this past March, that warrant said, Gray charged more than $205,000 to restaurants, including Tavern on the Green, L'Absinthe, Brunelli and Giovanni. Read more:

Its Not the Dress That Makes You Look Fat

Here is the standard answer you get from a good catholic about why idols are the best things in the world.................One of the principle purposes of images is to help instruct. The state and city governments erect statues of the nation’s founding fathers to inspire patriotism and loyalty. The Church erects statues of Christ, His Mother and the saints to teach her citizens loyalty to God.
Sacramentals are objects, which serve to elevate our minds toward God. Statues are sacramentals blessed by Mother Church. Saint Paul told the Romans to render honor to whom honor was due. Honor certainly is due to Christ and in a different, lower degree, honor is also due to those heroic men and women who died following Christ. That is the basis, the principle for our veneration of images.
Statues adorn our churches and homes. There is a distinctive difference between Catholic and non-Catholic churches. Catholic churches present an atmosphere of beauty and warmth. This homelike feeling is due principally to the Presence of Christ in the tabernacle, but also the welcoming lifelike statues.
During the many ages before the invention of printing, Catholics learned their Faith from studying the figures of the saints and holy scenes in the stained glass windows of our churches.

Queen of Heaven

Below are the pictures mentioned by this writer.;......Is it any wonder why the Catholic Church has fallen deep into the idolatrous affair with Mary.
This photo, which I took when I was in Rome, was taken one hour after the Vatican Guards rejected us entrance to St. Peter's Square with a wooden cross. Yet, they never blinked an eye when they let this "Golden Calf" idol of Mary, seated on a throne, dressed in black velvet, holding a dead Jesus, passed right into St. Peter's Square without question.
The photos he took are below

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Jay Leno

On last night's "Tonight Show," Jay Leno said the following: "Oh, and a Catholic priest in Connecticut has been charged with stealing $1.3 million in church money and using the money for male escorts. Of course, his parish is very upset about this—except the altar boys. They're going, huh, dodged a bullet on that one. Yeah, he spent $1.3 million on male escorts and, of course, the other priests were very confused. They said: Why buy the escort when the altar boys are free?"

Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented as follows:

Jay Leno called many years ago to apologize for insulting Catholics. I accepted his apology and told him why he crossed the line. At that time, he was making fun of the Eucharist. He got the point, and the conversation ended amicably. But now I know the man is insincere.

Its Only A Few!

A 34-year-old man filed a lawsuit Wednesday accusing the current pastor at a Roman Catholic Church in Seymour of molesting him when he was a teenage altar boy and then trying to buy his silence with new cars and home appliances.
The lawsuit, filed in New Haven, alleges that the Rev. Stephen Bzdyra, the pastor at St. Augustine Church in Seymour, abused William Dotson starting in the mid-1980s when Dotson was an altar boy at St. Francis Church in New Haven.
The Archdiocese of Hartford said that it had not been served with the lawsuit and knew about it only from media reports.
The lawsuit alleges that the abuse started one day after catechism class at St. Francis when Dotson was 10. It alleges that Bzdyra took Dotson into the basement and accused him of telling a lie during the class. Bzdyra then pulled down Dotson's pants, whipped him with his belt and anally raped him, the lawsuit said. The priest told Dotson that if he told anyone, he would report Dotson's mother to the welfare department for "having too many jobs" and he would be taken away by the state, never to see his family again.