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 Majority Dissent

John Zmirak breaks down widespread resistance and dissent among Catholics on the issue of contraception in “The Shame of the Catholic Subculture” for The Catholic Thing. The most salient facts of the situation: On a grave moral issue where several popes have

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Küüünnng!

Is dissident and disgraced theologian Hans Küng calling Pope Benedict a sedevacantist? Hat tip: The Pulpit/Photo credit: The Curt Jester

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A Dead Horse and All That…

I shouldn’t have, but I did. Today I read Fr. Richard McBrien’s article on Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the new head of the Vatican’s Congregation for Bishops. As the prefect for this congregation Cardinal Ouellet will play a crucial role in

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I Would Abjure This Heresy If It Existed

I was very struck by a comment which was made on another post on this blog by a defender of liberation theology. I’m not going to attempt to speak in this post to what liberation theology is and whether or

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The Anchoress On Fire

The Anchoress is on fire here about the ham-fisted efforts of the Obama administration to stifle dissent.  Eventually someone in Obama’s administration is going to have a “Yamamoto moment” and turn to him and say words to the effect of:    I

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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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