“Wow! Let me teach you about my faith!!!”
“No, better yet, let me bash the Catholic Church!!!”
I’ll never understand these people…
It’s a bit scary At Last:whacky:
Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you! Now, whenever some Protestant posts a slightly strange Catholic site and requires that Catholics defend it, I will return the favor with this delightful tribute to a mind unmoored.
Uh,… :hmmm:…is this required reading?:bigyikes:
Let me share one of my favorite quotes from the site:
[left]The United States Postal Service is as American as the Fourth of July. It moves 600.000.000 pieces of mail per day. That’s right, 600 million per day. However the U.S. Postal Service is running at a deficit and facing cutbacks in its Saturday delivery service.
[left]Father Crowley became a martyr for Jesus when he exposed Rome’s attempts to censor and destroy the U.S. Postal System.
[left]Rome hated the free uncensored U. S. Postal system and did her best to sabotage it at every opportunity. Back then stores were not as common as today and almost everything came through the mail. Most of the great Christian publishers used the mail to send out their books. This was especially so as regards writers and publishers who were warning the people about the Roman threat to their liberties.
Insanity I tell you, insanity.
[quote=Deus Solus]Insanity I tell you, insanity.
Not as insane as thinking that B16 being elected 1 day before Hitler’s b-day is somehow significant… :hmmm:
Personally, I think anyone who bothers to remember Hitler’s b-day is a little :whacky:
Say what you like, I’m glad to see all these plots "unmasked at last."http://forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon10.gif
Or that the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs reports directly to the Vatican, not to the president. Whoever put that site together needs to be locked away in a padded cell before he hurts himself.
I can’t seem to get into it…it’s giving me that “can’t find page” stuff!
[quote=geezerbob]Or that the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs reports directly to the Vatican, not to the president. Whoever put that site together needs to be locked away in a padded cell before he hurts himself.
I don’t think he’s any danger to society or himself – as long as he stays on his medication and changes his tinfoil regularly.http://forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon10.gif
Heh heh heh…
Whoever wrote that makes Caligula look pretty sensible to me. Say, did you know that the Pope was a sock puppet? :rolleyes:
Wow! Did anyone click on Brainwashed?:whistle: :whacky: What a bunch of Kook-Freaks!
He spelled evolution “evilution”…apparently it missed him:)
[quote=vern humphrey]Say what you like, I’m glad to see all these plots "unmasked at last."http://forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon10.gif
Oooh, you just earned a knock at the door!
[quote=CheesusPowerKid]He spelled evolution “evilution”…apparently it missed him:)
Now, that’s cruel. Funny and accurate, but cruel.http://forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon12.gif
[quote=VociMike]Oooh, you just earned a knock at the door!
Ohh, I’m standing here shaking in my bright yellow shirt.http://forums.catholic.com/images/icons/icon12.gif
The weirder wing of Protestant heresy has always had an obsession with the Black legend. It originated in England and is concocted of a blend of anti latin racism and hate of the Church. None of it is new. The legend of the Inquisition is almost wholly spurious but is widely believed for instance. The notions of secrecy, bloodlust, sexual depravity etc have been attributed to catholicism since the heresies took hold in 16th northern europe and it is in a way comforting to see that plus ca change plus c’est la meme chose.
Like a dog chasing his tail. So much time and energy wasted while getting absolutly nowhere.
Gotta wonder what kind of a “brain” would think such goofy stuff up. :rolleyes:
Thanks for posting this! I needed a good laugh to start my day, but now my keyboard needs to be cleaned because I’ve snurfled my milk.