Lawbreaking Bishop Blasts Borders

30 Jun

Helps migrants break law to enter U.S.



5 responses to “Lawbreaking Bishop Blasts Borders

  1. Thomas Henderson

    July 1, 2019 at 8:08 am

    Rot has set in among the princes of the church. So much for St. Paul’s warning to Timothy: “For the time will come when men will not tolerate sound doctrine, but with itching ears they will gather around themselves teachers to suit their own desires.” 2 Timothy 4:3

    Heaven has walls. Although the kingdom of heaven is open to all, it’s an exclusionary club: “Not everyone who says ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.” Mathew 7:21

    Bishop Seitz presumably prays daily: “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” To paraphrase, Not everyone who says ‘America, America’ will enter the United States, but he who follows the law of the legally constituted government which is in the United States. Ditto for the Vatican. Ditto for Canada. Ditto for Israel, etc. etc. etc.

    Justice and mercy are only mutually supportable when in balance. Under Papa Bergoglio the prelates speak of mercy but forget justice. They don’t act like fathers of the faithful but have been feminized so as to be like indulgent mothers determine to hold sway over the infantile.

    Alas I would have more faith in the institutional church – any institutional church – if someone in leadership actually grew a pair.

  2. feeriker

    July 1, 2019 at 3:14 pm

    The “Bergoglio Brigade” strikes again.

    I remember reading a bio of the Beatles many years ago in which one chapter talked about John Lennon’s artistic youth, in which his famous biting, cynical humor manifested itself early. Apparently one of his early art works as a young teenager (one which, IIRRC, almost got him kicked out of school) was a caricature of the Pope standing at the closed, locked Gates of Heaven, banging on the doors with both fists screaming “But I’m THE POPE, I TELL YOU! THE POPE!!!!!”

    I think Lennon was 65 years too early in his artistic prognostication.


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