Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Philly Crime Boss Rigali Quits Amid Abuse Scandal, GOP Operative Denver Archbishop Brought In to Sway 2012 Election
In a critical move to sway the 2012 election, the cynical monarchists in the
Vatican are bringing in a RNC favorite to bring order to the chaos left by crime boss Big Frank Rigali in the archdiocese. Philadelphia
Gay hating Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput is being brought in to tow the church party line of total innocence in face of the massive abuse scandal in Philly. A man who does not supposedly believe in the separation of church and state except when the state pays his way tax-free.
A bureaucrat, who gets tax free status on his parochial school system but can reject the innocent children of a lesbian couple in his schools, a move by him and Father Bill Breslin of Boulder that is not being Christian but purely Catholic. (Nothing personal you damned to hell souls etc.)
Great going Chuck. You reek of the redneck Jesus thing! Who are you going to endorse – god nutter Rick Perry or Opus Dei Rick Santorum? (Has to be a man you know – women do not have souls – do they?)
Aging Rigali is moving to his newly built retirement Mcmansion in
(not pictured above but perhaps similar). Can’t cry poor in the abuse settlements thing and live like a king in Philly anymore in the Bishop’s mansion. Tennessee
Father Bill Breslin of
Boulder is no doubt crying today as Chaput leaves his archdiocese. Who can he blame his gay hate on now except himself? His enabler is leaving town. Colorado
GOP is delighted that the plan moves forward to turn blue state (2008)
Group of Bishops Using Influence to Oppose Kerry
Galvanized by battles against same-sex marriage and stem cell research and alarmed at the prospect of a President Kerry - who is Catholic but supports abortion rights - these bishops and like-minded Catholic groups are blanketing churches with guides identifying abortion, gay marriage and the stem cell debate as among a handful of "non-negotiable issues."
To the dismay of liberal Catholics and some other bishops, traditional church concerns about the death penalty or war are often not mentioned.
Archbishop Chaput has discussed Catholic priorities in the election in 14 of his 28 columns in the free diocesan newspaper this year. His archdiocese has organized voter registration drives in more than 40 of the largest parishes in the state and sent voter guides to churches around the state. Many have committees to help turn out voters and are distributing applications for absentee ballots.
In an interview in his residence here, Archbishop Chaput said a vote for a candidate like Mr. Kerry who supports abortion rights or embryonic stem cell research would be a sin that must be confessed before receiving Communion.
"If you vote this way, are you cooperating in evil?" he asked. "And if you know you are cooperating in evil, should you go to confession? The answer is yes."
You may call me nuts! But you can’t make this crazy religious shit up. It is too strange for fiction.And so it goes.