Feb 9, 2008

These bishops are taking action against those who defy Catholic teaching

LifeSitenews.com has linked to a South Bend Tribune February 7 story (click on this post's title) reporting that Catholic bishops have moved a scheduled seminar of theirs off the campus of the University of Notre Dame because the school's administration again this year is allowing the holding of the obscene feminist diatribe "The V----- Monologues" on campus.

Bishop John M. D'Arcy of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend made the announcement of the move. Notre Dame has been defying his request that it not allow the diatribe, which he and others point out defies Catholic moral teaching and is offensive to the dignity of woman.

Fortunately, fewer Catholic colleges are allowing the diatribe this year -- 19, down from a peak of 32 in 2003. You can read about the situation at:

Sure is nice, isn't it, to see some Catholic bishops taking action against a presentation that opposes Catholic doctrine?

Hmmm...now, if only a certain prelate out here in ole L.A. would do the same and bounce the speakers from his "Religious Education" Congress who have compiled sordid track records of subverting Catholic doctrine.

Too much to hope for, I guess. So I hope you will take an hour or two or more and join the devoted members of Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc., in leafleting and picketing the "congress" again this year to let attendees know about the bad apples inside. Thank you.


Anonymous Suzy said...

This was a very big deal at Notre Dame this week, after it was reported on in ND's Catholic student paper, the Irish Rover. It's all at their blog:


8:44 PM  
Blogger Anita Moore said...

Hmmm...now, if only a certain prelate out here in ole L.A. would do the same and bounce the speakers from his "Religious Education" Congress who have compiled sordid track records of subverting Catholic doctrine.

Which would leave him with what -- two speakers (if that many)?

9:45 PM  
Blogger Kenneth M. Fisher, CRCOA, crcoa.com said...

What will you say to HIM?

When you stand before Our Lord and Savior, and He asks you what you did when His Church was being violently attacked at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Religious Education Congress, what will you say to Him?

Once again, the speakers list for this Congress is like a who’s who of the dissenter’s roster for the Americas. Among the more notorious of these speakers are:

Scott Appleby, Dr.Tom Beaudoin, Rev. Michael Crosby, Rev. John Cusick, Msgr. Ray East, Rev. Rev. Virgillio Elizondo, Sr. Barbara Fiand, Richard Fragomeni, Edwina Gatley, Greer Gordon, Thomas Groome, Rev. Gwynne Guibord, David Haas, Rev. Marty Haugen, Rev. John Heagle, Rev. Brian Massingale, Dr. Megan McKenna, Fr. Chris Ponnet Rev. Timothy Radcliffe, Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, Fr. Thomas Sweetser, Jim Wallis, Tom Zanzig, and.this is just a partial list of the most notorious speakers!

Once again, the “Concerned Roman Catholics of America” will be conducting a prayerful demonstration, and passing out flyers that attempt to educate those in attendance as to exactly what kind of teachings they are being subjected to.

We need more volunteers to help in this effort!

Come and join us on Saturday, March 1st as we stand up for His Church and its teachings. If you do, you will at least be able to say to Him when the time comes that you tried!

We will be in front of the Congress entrance from 9:00 AM to around 6:00 PM. Come and join us in the “Church Militant”. We firmly desire that all participants have Her Holy Rosary in their hands at all times!

The Congress takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center, 800 West Katella Ave., Anaheim, CA on the south side of Katella between Katella and Euclid.

Please let us know if you are anyone you know are planning to join us because this will help us to determine how many flyers we need to have printed. We very much need a volunteer who speaks fluent Spanish! We will meet outside the main ticket entrance. If we are chased from there, we will be on Katella Blvd. where all passing cars will be able to see us!

For further information, call CRCOA at: 714-491-2284, E-mail us at: crcoa@earthlink.net, fax us at: 714-772-5075, or go to our Website at: crcoa.org.

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth Fisher, Founder & Director
Concerned Roman Catholics of America

12:35 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Suzy,

Thanks for the link! And thanks for writing.

9:48 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Anita,

I hear ya! Actually, there are some good speakers. But there are certainly more bad speakers than there are really good speakers.

9:51 PM  

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