Thursday, June 9, 2011

BREAKING!!! Pinoy Catholic parish sponsors RH forum

Really pissed me off, big time!


I learned from a friend that rabidly pro-contraception, pro-divorce and "doesn't seem like it but actually she is pro-abortion" politician Risa Hontiveros, (Thank God she lost in the elections.) and rabidly atheist and just like what I said in describing Hontiveros, Dr. Sylvia Claudio have been invited to speak at a pro-RH forum at Sta. Quiteria Parish Church in Baesa, Caloocan City.

I have also learned from my brother knight that the organizers are now frantic to look for a Pro-Lifer to talk to the event, to make it appear that they are sponsoring a "balanced forum"

What is happening to our Church?!?!

Calling Bishop Deogracias Iniguez!  Your own priests are getting out control.


  1. Actually sir I learned that the organizers invited both pro and anti and that the anti-RH/pr-lifers "backed out in the last minute." Strange. We do not back out. Second, why did the organizers invite the anti-Catholics in the first place?

  2. From 'JESUS OF NAZARETH, Part 1 by Pope Benedict XVI
    [pages 174-175]

    In the Letter to the Ephesians, Saint Paul once described this "exorcistic" character of Christianity from another perspective: "Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places" (Eph 6:10-12). This portrayal of the Christian struggle, which we today find surprising, or even disturbing, Heinrich Schlier has explained as follows: "The enemies are not this or that person, not even myself. They are not flesh and blood...The conflict goes deeper. It is a fight against a host of opponents that never stop coming; they cannot really be pinned down and have no proper name, only collective denominations. They also start out with superior advantage over man, and that is because of their superior position, their position 'in the heavens' of existence. They are also superior because their position is impenetrable and unassailable - their position, after all, is the 'atmosphere' of existence, which they themselves tilt in their favor and propagate around themselves. These enemies are, finally, all full of essential, deadly malice" (Brief an die Epbeser, p. 291).
    Who could fail to see here a description of our world as well, in which the Christian is threatened by an anonymous atmosphere, by "something in the air" that wants to make the faith seem ludicrous and absurd to him? And who could fail to see the poisoning of the spiritual climate all over the world that threatens the dignity of man, indeed his very existence? The individual human being, and even communities of human beings, seem to be hopelessly at the mercy of such powers. The Christian knows that he cannot master this threat by his own resources alone. But in faith, in communion with the only true Lord of the world, he is given the "armor of God." It enables him - in the communion of the whole body of Christ - to oppose these powers, knowing that Lord's gift of faith restores the pure breath of life: the breath of the Creator, the breath of the Holy Spirit, which alone can give health to the world.

  3. I just heard from very reliable sources that it was a case of miscommunication. Apparently the organizers were 'too slow' to invite the pro-lifers to the occasion. But they made it. The pro-lifer speakers trounced the pro-RH Hontiveros and Claudio. The whole crowd was pro-life!

    And so, the parish deserves credit for being pro-life. I am still wondering though why they have to give the pro-RH the venue to spill their filth.