PopeWatch: Jesuits

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on reddit
Reddit
Share on delicious
Delicious
Share on digg
Digg
Share on stumbleupon
StumbleUpon
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
Share on print
Print

From the only reliable source of Catholic news on the net, Eye of the Tiber:

 

Popular television personality and speaker Fr. Mitch Pacwa has been expelled from the Society of Jesus after being caught in possession of a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church earlier this week, Jesuit officials are reporting.

According to Jesuit Superior General Arturo Sosa, Pacwa was seen in possession of the Catechism while travelling with fellow Jesuits.

Fr. Gerard Nunez immediately reported the “disturbing incident” to Society authorities after seeing Pacwa moving some clothes in his luggage to conceal the forbidden book. Camera monitors captured footage of Pacwa’s green Catechism, and was later called to testify in front of the Supreme and Fabulous Council of Jesuits where he confessed to carrying the book.

“He confessed immediately to having carried a copy of the Catechism,” Nunez told EOTT. “He’s an idiot in that way. That’s not something to be playing around with. The Catechism is like the Ouija Board for Jesuits. That’s to say that it’s of the devil and that we need stay clear of it. It’s not a game.”

Pacwa originally faced a penalty of ten consecutive viewings of Brokeback Mountain for having possession of the Catechism, which the Supreme and Fabulous Council of Jesuits called a slap on the wrist because Pacwa was “a bad, bad boy,” but was later expelled from the Society altogether.

Go here to read the comments.  Apparently the Pope has intervened and the expulsion has been rescinded.  Supposedly the Pope said, “It isn’t as if the Gringo was caught reading the Bible.”

More to explorer

Black Sox Scandal: A Century Later

            A young boy pleaded to Jackson as he left the Grand Jury room,” Say it ain’t

Evolution-Just So Story

Darwin’s work is most important and suits my purpose in that it provides a basis in natural science for the historical class

Saint of the Day Quote: Blessed Giuseppe “Pino” Puglis

I’ve been expecting you. The last words of Blessed Giuseppe “Pino” Puglis, said to the two Mafia hit men sent to murder

One Comment

  1. Funny how Jesuits are either great (Pacwa, Schall (r.i.p.)) or terrible (Martin). You never hear of a mediocre Jesuit.

Comments are closed.