Nov 12, 2007

What if Pope Benedict XVI would lead prayer at an abortion mill when he visits the USA?

What is your wish list for when Pope Benedict XVI visits Washington, D.C., and New York City next April 15-20, as announced today?

My #1 wish, and prayer, is that the Vicar of Christ will take everyone to an abortion mill and lead prayers outside it. That would blow the lid off the great silence and do-nothingness with which our hierarchy and clergy treat the now decades-old, no-end-in-sight mass aborting of America's babies.

My #2 wish, and prayer, is that His Holiness will celebrate Mass in Latin according to the Missal of 1962, the missal of Vatican II.

My #3 wish, and prayer, is that the Holy Father will refuse Communion to any notorious pro-abortion politicians who dare to approach the sanctuary.

What is your wish list for the Pope's visit to the USA?

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15 Comments:

Anonymous MVH said...

Wow! The Vicar of Christ leading by example with a little something that the bishops could do to promote the Culture of Life. Sorta like shaming someone into doing the right thing. Now that would really be something!

OK, lets all pray and inundate Pope Benedict with the suggestion.

'Someone have a good suggestion for the subject line of the email?

10:49 PM  
Anonymous MVH said...

P.S. How 'bout suggesting to His Holiness a little tête-à-tête with HizEminence, Cardinal Mahony in our email? Too bad the East Coast gets dibs. BTW, that loud sigh of relief you just heard came from the headquarters of the LA Archdiocese.

11:14 PM  
Anonymous DAve said...

Very good Q!!!

...as usual-

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Brünhilde said...

I vish da pope vood tell pipple like Quintero to stop peeckink on da beeshups

12:16 AM  
Blogger I dare you to deny me communion because I kneel said...

To give an announcement that Mahnoey has been reassigned: As a desk lackey in Rome.

That Tod Brown is being reassigned to missionary work in Antartica.

And our New Bishop will be either: Fr. Corapi; Fr. Anthony Mary; or Fr. Miguel Marie

12:32 AM  
Blogger Joseph D'Hippolito said...

Quintero, I would like to see the pope visit Chicago and Los Angeles -- and personally remove Cdl. George and Cdl. Mahony from office!

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc. said...

Today I had a prayerful inspiration and it is this: one of the pro-life groups should start classes in conversational Spanish for sidewalk counselors.

I would be one of the first to sign up!

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

8:24 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

Wow, the Holy Father praying at an abortuary - that would be something! Since this is the 1st visit of a pope since "the scandal" broke, I would love for the Holy Father to mince no words in telling certain bishops to stop the stonewalling and put this behind the Church.

If not celebrating a TLM, it would be great to see him celebrate the NO ad orientem. That posture is the key for any type of liturgical sanity.

Paul in Long Beach

2:31 PM  
Blogger jasper said...

"My #1 wish, and prayer, is that the Vicar of Christ will take everyone to an abortion mill and lead prayers outside it. That would blow the lid off the great silence and do-nothingness with which our hierarchy and clergy treat the now decades-old, no-end-in-sight mass aborting of America's babies."

excellent, I'm with you my friend, this will make QoTD at Jill Stanek.com

7:47 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear MVH,

Thanks for writing! Good idea for all of us to write the Holy Father. Best to write the Pope care of a specific official, tho.

Maybe a subject line could be something like: Please pray outside U.S. abortion chamber

8:53 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Dave,

Thanks for the kind words!

8:54 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Kenneth,

That is a wonderful inspiration. I hope you will explore it with Hispanics for Life, with Los Angeles Pregnancy Services and with other groups.

The Archdiocese should have been doing this all along for the past 40 years, actually.

8:57 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Paul,

Thank you for your wise words! I second the motion.

8:58 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Jasper,

Thanks for the kind words!

8:59 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Brunhilde,

Thanks for writing -- but "picking on?" C'mon.

By the way, you have pretty good "Germglish."

9:53 PM  

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