Jan 16, 2007

Archbishop Wuerl admits he'll let pro-abortion Nancy Lugosi run wild

Brave and indefatigable pro-family reporter and researcher Allyson Smith, now writing for the California Catholic Daily, has pinned down (click on this post's title) Archbishop Donald Wuerl on flamingly pro-abortion Catholic Speaker of the House Nancy "Lugosi."

Here is their exchange, with Ole Q's helpful editorial comments in brackets:

Smith: “Did you make any statement last week about Nancy Pelosi going to Mass at Trinity University?”

Wuerl: “That was a matter between the university and Nancy. They were offering their location, and the Mass was celebrated by a priest with faculties, and there was no reason to make any comment.” [Naturally, I, as an archbishop, am on a first-name basis with this mega-abortion-enabling, filthy rich politician. And there was no reason for me to comment on her attending that Mass; 50 million aborted babies over the last 34 years are no reason.]

Smith: “Do you intend to discipline her at all for being persistent and obstinate about her support for abortion and same-sex marriage?”

Wuerl: “I will not be using the faculty in the manner you have described.” [I, as an archbishop, would never use my faculty against pro-abortion Democrat politicians. So what if they keep aborting babies legal? They give our U.S. Church billions of taxpayer dollars for our projects.]

Smith: “Will you make a statement to your priests and deacons to warn her not to allow her to receive if she presents herself for Communion?”

Wuerl: “You’re talking about a whole different style of pastoral ministry. No.” [Why would I, as an archbishop, ever enforce Canon Law against a pro-abortion politician? "Pastoral ministry" does not include actually doing anything about all the little babies who are being aborted every day. But you uppity pro-lifers had better watch your step and stop rocking the boat.]
Comment: See, I told you ole Q's editorial comments in brackets would be helpful. Feel free to add your own comments and interpretations about Archbishop Wuerl's betraying the babies.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder what Jesus will say to them on Judgement Day?

6:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I think Jesus will say something like this...

"Depart from me and into the fire reserved for the Devil and his angels."

Redneck translation:


8:33 PM  
Blogger West Coast Catholic said...

Compare this with Archbishop Roberto Luckert of Venezuela.

Venezuela, hugo Chavez land, where if you say somthing against the ills of this community, nation, government, well, it could get you killed.

The Good Bishop Roberto isn't afraid to tell the truth.

Which good Bishop would you like to be in charge of your diocese?

WCC +<>< (westcoastcatholc.blogspot.com)

1:29 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear West Coast Catholic,

Thank you for the news about Archbishop Roberto Luckert.

Chavez and his Chavismo are bad news. He recently said that if anyone wants to know what kind of socialism he will have, we should read Marx and Lenin.

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc. said...

Our Treasurer, Dr. Attila Revesz, will be in Hungary for sometime. Because of this, we need someone who will act as Assistant to the Treasurer until he returns.

This person would be responsible for receiving the forwarded mail, copying the envelopes and checks, recording the information in a data base,depositing the checks, and faxing or emailing this information on to Attila at a U.S. email or fax number.

At this time, the records will have to be kept for the General donor fund and for the "Priests in Need" fund.

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11:51 PM  

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