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Caroline Kennedy's False Witness: Who Will Speak for the Church? Comments

There were a lot of bad speeches at the Democratic National Convention, but Caroline Kennedy's speech was the low point in many ways.  She got up on a national stage and used her professed Catholic faith to justify and actually demand the preservation of grave evils that the Church explicitly condemns.  She presented lies for the truth, and tried to justify it with her Catholic faith.  I've been hoping to hear some strongly-worded ... Continue Reading

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  1. Rose
    1 year ago

    Another fantastic article, Jennifer. Thank you for your courage in speaking up for our Catholic faith and against this woman's nonsense. However, let's not hold our breath while we wait for the clergy to do the same.

  2. Kasoy
    1 year ago

    We need more John the Baptist's among our Church leaders who will fearlessly admonish erring Catholics especially the modern Herods like Caroline, Biden, Sebelius. Let's pray for our Church leaders to continue to lead their sheep towards verdant pastures and seek the lost ones.

  3. Greg
    1 year ago

    There is more than one single sin that is involved in such action as speaking against the Catholic Church and calling oneself a Catholic. I do not believe bad intentions. I don't believe in bad education, although the bad education does not help true Catholics properly defend their faith. I have chutzpah to tell with all certainty that there is only One Way to fix it. The Way, the Truth, the Life - Jesus. He is the Only answer. It is not enough to fall down on our knees when so many of our brothers and sisters are being eaten by the evil one. I have chutzpah to call "BRING SILENCE TO THE CHURCH." Let people listen to God. We come to the Church to the One, and to talk and listen to Him, and not to talk about breakfasts or fun while standing over heads of people who try to listen to God. It lacks charity. It shows growing blindness towards others. Here is my calling to our beloved priests who we call Fathers - You have chosen to become our fathers, and we chose to call you fathers. Become father figures to us. Do not be fathers of the World but fathers of the Father. Stop petting us. Start teaching. Let our hears burn in fire, so we can find Christ in the Breaking of the Bread. You don't know how? If you do not then you have lost Holy Spirit's gift. You have lost it! Time to come back to real prayers. Time to go to confessions. Clean your garments, and lead us to Confessionals and to Christ. Do not lead us to the wolfs. You have promised it. You owe it to Christ. You are there to make us holier. Do it. Just do it. For His sake, and the sake of the Church. Wash away the sin of the church. It will be washed away, either though your Love for Christ or our blood. Time for the real change. Not the fake one we hear from the wasteland-tv. The real Change. We want God. We want God. WE WANT GOD!


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