May 16, 2005

Amazing (dis)Grace: pro-abortion, pro-sodomite politicos fill Mahony's cathedral

Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral was filled to capacity with leftist politicians to bid farewell to labor leader Miguel Contreras, a powerful political broker locally. Mr. Contreras died suddenly of a heart attack on May 6.

The L.A. Times reported: "The standing room-only crowd, estimated at 4,500, included many of the most prominent politicians and labor leaders in the state and nation. From Congress came U.S. Reps. Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles) and Loretta Sanchez (D-Anaheim). From Sacramento, State Democratic Party Chairman Art Torres and Assemblyman Mark Ridley-Thomas (D-Los Angeles)."

Pro-aborts all.

"Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, speaking alternately in English and Spanish, presided over the funeral Mass," reported the Times.

God only knows how many sacrilegious communions were received.

Contreras was a big supporter of pro-abort, pro-homosexual, pro-embyronic stem cell "research" Democrat John Edwards in his original bid for the White House. He had plans to join the Edwards presidential campaign in 2008. He can scrap those plans now.

Mr. Contreras was also a close associate of mayoral candidate, Antonio Villaraigosa, yet another Latino Catholic (sic) in Mahony's Archdiocese who is unabashedly pro-abortion and pro-homosexual.

These friendly looking folks with clenched fists are some of the "faithful" preying outside the Cathedral during the funeral Mass.


Blogger Patrick said...

Was that pic of Mahoney celebrating Mass from the funeral?
Because if so he is being a bad boy, Not only using glass, but also because the pitcher of wine is on the alter instead of Chalices.

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


That pic is from the infamous Los Angeles Religious Education Congress 2005. In the Archdiocese of L.A., it is standard practice, however, to use glass "chalices" and to pour the precious blood from flagons into these vessels even thought Redemptionis Sacramentum has proscribed such liturgical abuses. I was not present at the funeral but I have seen other "liturgies" at the Cathedral and nothing has changed since Sacramentum Redemptionis.

Quintero's blog has covered these topics in the past.

10:21 PM  

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