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Comedy too can sometimes discern what is right. I shall not please, but I shall say what is true.

Aristophanes

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Go to The Catholic Thing and read Professor Anthony Esolen’s essay: The Greater Sins in the Covington Incident. It helped me with my examination of conscience. Thank you

  2. As they say clothes make the man. The hat is all we need to know.
    I wrote this in the The Thing on “The Covington Incident”– a study in virtue signaling as well as courage, cowardice and power of political correctness.
    ” The issue was Donald Trump. The red flag were the MAGA hats. The bad guy attackers were Democrat operatives (fake Indian, fake African Israelites) and their MSM allies who fake the news. The good guy victims were the students. The cowards were the Bishops involved who are nothing more than another version of corrupt Democrat operatives. The good part of all this? The bad guys, especially the rush to judgement Bishops, were exposed for all to see. Action Plan: Get your MAGA and wear it proudly particularly at Church events. You will find out fast who are the good and bad guy/gals. Also, be sure to pray for the bad guys–especially our wayward clergy.

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