Donald R. McClarey

This is My Shocked Face

Apparently, according to the Lepanto Institute, America, the Jesuit rag not the country, has a correspondent who is a Communist: But Dettloff isn’t just a communist.  He also supports and promotes homosexuality and transgenderism. On Facebook, Dettloff applauded Institute for

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Now America Is Against Dissent

  100% pro-abort Senator Richard Durbin (D.Il.) celebrates his Jesuit education My irony meter just broke.  America, the Jesuit rag and not the country, is now against dissent: It is a curious view of leadership, to say the least, for

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The Perfect Article for America

America as in the Jesuit rag, not the nation.  The Jesuits can close up shop now at America.  There is no way they can surpass this article which perfectly symbolizes the adherence of most contemporary Jesuits to the Faith, and their intellectual

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America Meets Dale

    As long time readers of this blog know I have long been an admirer of the work of Dale Price at his blog Dyspeptic Mutterings, and I frequently go there to steal borrow blog ideas.  Dale turned his

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America Hates the Second Amendment

  No, not that America.  America the heterodox Jesuit rag. Repealing the Second Amendment will not create a culture of life in one stroke. Stricter gun laws will not create a world free of violence, in which gun tragedies never

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Jesuitical 12: America and the Bishops

  Part 12 of my ongoing survey of the follies of many modern day Jesuits.  For a nano second the Jesuit rag America was on the side of every Catholic bishop in this country in opposition to the HHS Mandate. 

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The Coming Open Rebellion Against God Part II

In my first article The Coming Open Rebellion Against God, I spoke of a time where God would reveal his omnipotence and some would simply leave their faith behind.  Why? Because just as in John 6, some would say it

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Jesuitical 10: Campion Award to the Archbishop of Canterbury

Hattip to Midwest Conservative Journal.  The latest in my on-going series on the follies of some modern Jesuits.  Proving yet again that they have the charism of being impervious to irony, the editorial board of America magazine announced that they were

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Translations and Fisks

America, the Jesuit magazine, has an article against the new Roman Missal translation which attempts to rectify some of the truly wretched translations that the English speaking peoples of the world had foisted upon them in the Sixties.  The piece is written

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Ted Kennedy and the "A Word"

  Hattip to the ever alert Jay Anderson at Pro Ecclesia.   Michael Sean Winters at the Jesuit publication America launched a diatribe at Patrick Madrid for his response to Sister Maureen Fiedler’s lament on the death of Senator Kennedy at National Catholic

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Notre Dame Must Answer For The Obama Scandal

[Updated as of 8-26-2009 AD at 6:01 pm CST, see below] Bishop D’Arcy pens an article in the dissident Catholic Jesuit-run magazine, America, by rapping the University of Notre Dame in it’s failure in being a witness to the Gospel

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Jesuitical 7: Jesuits and Polarization

Part 7 of my continuing series commenting upon the follies of modern day Jesuits.  None of the following of course applies to Jesuits who are orthodox in their faith and are often among the harshest critics of the antics perpetrated by their

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Jesuitical 6: Latin is so pre-Vatican II.

Another segment in my series on the follies of modern Jesuits, with no slight intended to the orthodox Jesuits who soldier on under often grim circumstances.  America, the Jesuit publication, has an article by Thomas G. Casey, SJ, an associate

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What's Empathy Got To Do With It?

Doug Kmiec has a rather bizarre article up at America entitled The Case For Empathy: Why a Much-Maligned Value Is a Crucial Qualification for the Supreme Court. If the article is any indication, I suppose we should be thankful Obama

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