Sunday, June 21, 2009

When will they be told of their right place?

"....the chief strength of the wicked, lies in the cowardice and weakness of good men... All the strength of Satan’s reign is due to the easy-going weakness of Catholics."

Pope St. Pius X, Discourse at the Beatification of St. Joan of Arc, Dec. 13, 1908

No wonder these guys are still around...

Archbishop Emeritus Rembert Weakland

Admitted he is gay. Paid $250,000 for the silence of a man who accused him of sexual assault. Wrote the most digusting memoir where he admits to several affairs with men, crowns himself the first voluntarily “out” bishop, and argues that the Church should endorse the “physical, genital expression” of homosexuality.

Fr. Charles Curran

Publicly denounced Humanae Vitae and questions the Church's teachings on premarital sex, masturbation, contraception, abortion, homosexual acts, divorce, euthanasia, and in vitro fertilization

Fr. Edward Schillebeeckx, O.P.

Questions the Real Presence, calling it a "sign" of Christ in the bread. Questions the Resurrection of Christ as a historical and objective fact.

Fr. Richard McBrien

Compared John Paul II to Communist dictators, questioned papal supremacy and infallibility

Fr. Hans Kung

denied the Dogma of Papal Infallibility, a modern-day Martin Luther.

Fr. John Jenkins

President of the University of Notre Dame.  Honored that president, who as state senator prevented laws protecting the unborn, with an honorary doctorate in law effectively telling the whole world that it is ok for Catholics to honor mass murderers!

Let us start cleaning our own backyards, dear Holy Father!  They are causing more harm to Catholics than we ever know.  They will continue to spread their venom unless we do something about it.  If we continue to sit on our hands and do nothing about what they are doing, we are sending a message to the whole Catholic world that it is OK to live as a heretic.

I know you, dear TPC readers have more in mind.  Please comment.


  1. God forbid there should be any liberals in the church that should be reserved for people like Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Josef Goebbels, Reinhard Heydrich, Rudolf Hoess, Julius Streicher, Fritz Thyssen (who bankrolled the Nazi rise to power), Klaus Barbie, and Franz Von Papen who were all Roman Catholics, as were the heads of all of these NAZI countries :
    Leon Degrelle of Belgium, Emil Hacha of Bohemia-Moravia, Ante Pavelic of Croatia, Konrad Henlein of Sudetenland, Pierre Laval and then Henry Petain of Vichy-France. and the R.C. priest, Msgr. Josef Tiso, of Slovakia(who wasn't even defrocked after the defeat of the Nazis). Although these were among the most visible Catholic lay people in their countries at the time, did Pope Pius XII excommunicate a single one of them? NO. How can anyone say that this pope did "all that he could", when he failed to take this obvious measure so as to make it clear to the millions of Catholic faithful who were enabling the Nazis to carry out their campaigns of mass murder, not only against Jews, but against their fellow Catholics in Poland, that they should have no part in these monstrous of crimes and most mortal of sins? Apologists for Pius XII who claim that their crimes caused these people to be "automatically excommunicated" miss the point that excommunication isn't intended to tell GOD who is a Catholic and who isn't but to tell THE FAITHFUL whom to shun.
    On the other hand, after the Nazis were defeated and no longer posed any threat to the pope, the Vatican, or the Catholic Church anywhere, did Pope Pius XII allow the Vatican to be used to protect thousands of Catholic war criminals such as the above to escape punishment for their war crimes? YES. Whose side was the pope on?
    Here are some of the more infamous war criminals the Vatican protected from prosecution:
    Adolf Eichmann, "the architect of the Holocaust", ,
    Alois Brunner , referred to as his "best man" by Eichman,
    Dr. Josef Mengele, "the Angel of Death" ,
    Franz Stangl, commandant of the Sobibór and of Treblinka extermination camp ,
    Gustav Wagner assistant to Franz Stangl,
    Klaus Barbie, "the Butcher of Lyon" ,
    Edward Roschmann, "the Butcher of Riga",
    Aribert Heim, Mauthausen concentration camp's "Dr. Death",
    Walter Rauff, believed responsible for nearly 100,000 deaths
    Andrija Artuković, "the Himmler of the Balkans"
    Ante Pavelić, head of Catholic Croatia, arguably the most murderous regime in relation to its size in Axis-occupied Europe.

  2. This is an issue of dogma and doctrines. You have a point with regards to the Nazis but as I said in a previous post, we want to see the documents.

  3. Their errors should be exposed and help those who were confused because of them.