Nov 6, 2006

This is the reward the mayor gives the Cardinal

What do Catholic bishops get out of their seeming friendships with pro-abortion politicians? Never any conversions to the right to life, that's for sure.

Remember in June 2005, when Cardinal Mahony hosted an "interfaith" service at the Cathedral for longtime-pro-aborting-babies mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa and then marched alongside him and dozens more longtime-pro-aborting-babies politicians to his mayoral inauguration?

That was the time the pro-life college kids were behind them in the march, with big signs that read, "You can't be Catholic and pro-abortion." God bless them!

Now Villaraigosa, the alcalde of our fair city, is doing broadcast ads against Proposition 85, the parental notification initiative -- which Cardinal Mahony has been supporting. Of course, Villaraigosa could say to the Cardinal, "Well, you've known all along I'm not pro-life."

You and I ought to encourage the Cardinal to do Villaraigosa no more favors ever -- no more public appearances, no co-hosted events, nothing, zip, nada.

Or if he does want to appear beside the mayor ever again, the Cardinal should be carrying a big sign that says, "You can't be Catholic and pro-abortion." We can find a sign like that for him!

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Q: This is off-topic, but have you seen this:

http://romancatholicblog.typepad.com/roman_catholic_blog/2006/11/the_blasphemous.html#comments

--Jehu

12:04 PM  
Anonymous Kenneth Fisher, Founder & Chrm. CRCOA said...

Jared,

Somehow I misplaced your telephone number and your agent was not able to give it to me.

I hope and pray you are still on this blog. WE ARE READY TO ROLL AND YOU NEED TO GET IN TOUCH WITH ME AT: 714-491-2284 OR croa@dslextreme.com.

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Jared said...

Quintero: Someone once told me that Mahony is aware of your blog. Perhaps, this'll get him thinking? If only ....

Jehu: your link appears to be incomplete. Are you talking about the post about the costumed Mass in OC?

Ken: Wow, how strange that I jump on this page again just as you contact me.

Sorry to have been incommunicado lately. My wife just lost her job and a whole bunch of other stuff has happened as well and we've gotten sidetracked.

You should have my email but if not, I'll drop you a line with my phone number.

God bless.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Jehu,

Thank you very much for the link, but do you have a more complete version? Stories are out there about the costume Mass, resistance to the purification instruction and more. Thank you again!

11:16 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Jared,

Good to hear from you. Maybe everyone who visits here can say a prayer for your family.

Yes, it would be great if the Cardinal would have second thoughts about hanging around with pro-abortion politicos.

11:19 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Kenneth and Jared,

Glad you guys are in touch with each other. And are on our side! Best wishes to you both.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here you go:

http://romancatholicblog.typepad.com/roman_
catholic_blog/2006/11/the_blasphemous.html#comments

Not sure why that didn't work before. The link's all I got, sorry.

--Jehu

11:46 PM  
Blogger Wayne said...

The key point to remember in everything that a Bishop considers in any political dealings: Democratic politics come before religious orthodoxy.

The only difference between Villaraigosa and Mahony is that the Mayor is at least honest about his feelings and Mahony has that swell red beanie.

The Rog has a boss, ya know - anyone making bets on whether or not Benedict does anything beside talk a good show?

I didn't think so.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Kenneth Fisher, Founder & Chrm. CRCOA said...

Quintero,

Those blogers who would like to see what actually went on at those blasphemous halloween Masses can do so by going to our Website at: crcoa.com.

I strongly suggest at least a Rosary before you view this mess. You will need it and possibly more to keep from breaking down and crying for our beloved Church!

Kenneth M. Fisher

2:02 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Wayne,

It is hard to argue against the impression that many bishops' view of Catholicism seems to be the Democrat platform, or most of it.

The Holy Father might not fire many or any ordinaries, but it is a safe bet that he will gladly accept their resignations.

11:52 PM  

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