Confession, no, but certainly you should reflect upon this uncharitable response toward a sinner at your next mass as part of the “I have sinned in my thoughts, in my words, in what I have done and in what I have failed to do” prior to receiving the Eucharist next time.
Rosie is messed up psychologically, no doubt.
She is a sinner (aren’t we all)?
It is good that she is no longer on the view.
But how can any Catholic wish ill will toward those most in need of our prayers and help and think this is how Jesus would want them to respond in the situation?
Certainly the collective sigh of relief at the news was appropriate, but to dance on a grave so to speak, and call names to the fallen, that’s vindictive plain and simple.
I disagree with YinYangMom, I think we should rejoice that Rosie no longer has The View as a forum to spew he anti-Catholicism. I do not wish her any ill but am certainly happy that she no longer will be a part of a show that so many people watch.
“collective sigh of relief” is how I described an appropriate response. I am not saying it is not good that she is off the show. I am not saying we can’t be happy about it. I’m saying we can be happy and relieved without getting nasty and vindictive about it. Isn’t that Rosie’s way of dealing with people she dislikes?