Mar 30, 2006

Chat with the Cardinal on Friday. This is post #700, by the way

Cardinal Mahony will be on the Net and hosting a live chat directly from the Religious Education Congress on Friday morning, March 31. We can ask him questions, although Ellie Hidalgo of The Tidings will be the moderator.

Click on this post's title, and once you are at the site you can click on the link that reads, "Ask the Cardinal a question." We can get in on the chat starting at 11 a.m., and the Cardinal will weigh in from 11:15 a.m. to 12 noon.

You can probably think of any number of questions the Cardinal should answer!
On another front: This is post no. 700, so Happy Anniversary to us all, felicidades, and many happy returns. Let's start on the next 700 posts right away. Thank you for your friendship and support, and for your prayers. May God bless us and help us all reach Heaven; and the same for everyone for whom we pray. Amen!


Anonymous Aaron said...


This is AWESOME!!!! Check out how many questions ask about the Old Mass (I got one in there!). Tell everyone you know about this!!!

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Mike said...

Has anyone been able to view a transcript of the chat with the Cardinals' responses?

1:42 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

Are Our Lord and His Mother asking you to come and prayerfully demonstrate at the REC tomorrow anywhere from 9:00 AM until roughly 6:00 PM when the modernistic Mass complete with dancing girls begins?

Pleae come and join CRCOA tomorrow, we have plenty of literature and signs for those who do come. The more spiritual volunteers we have, the more we can put the truth into the hands of those who are ORDERED
to attend this Dissenter fest.

Pray that it does not rain; but if it does, the heresy does not stop so neither should Their true children. Come rain or shine, CRCOA will be there. Will you?

Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

4:26 PM  
Anonymous semperficatholic said...

Congratulations on # 700. You are doing a great job here and although I am in the Diocese of Dallas, I love to come here and see what is going on in LA. I have a friend there that is struggling along.

Like Fr. Denis O'Brien use to say, "Don't go along to get along." He would be very proud of you.

10:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Quintero check ou the Cardinal Mahony chat. They changed it to school kid chat with The Cardinal. Can'yt find any link to the original questions posted to Cardinal Mahony I wonder why????? LOL !

10:14 PM  
Anonymous James said...

The original is apparently still there. They just removed the link.

1:49 PM  

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