Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Walking the Walk and Not Just Talking The Talk

Tito Edwards of The American Catholic has posted an excellent article by Charles E. Rice on the Notre Dame 88, which outlines the great injustice being committed by Notre Dame. Notre Dame refuses to drop the charges against Fr. Norman Weslin, O.S. and the rest of those who were arrested while peacefully entering Notre Dame Campus and praying while Obama, the most pro-abortion president ever, was receiving an honorary degree from Notre Dame. Charles E. Rice explains about motions and decisions that have been made by the court so far. He also talks about questions left unresolved. On April 30, 2010 Fr. Jenkins released a statement saying:


“the University cannot have one set of rules for causes we oppose, and another more lenient set of rules for causes we support. We have one consistent set of rules for demonstrations on campus—no matter what the cause.”

Charles E. Rice points out how Father Jenkins statement is untrue. In fact, there is evidence that the university treats pro-gay and anti-military supporters better then their own pro-life, Catholic brethren. Then, Mr. Rice shares information on the "criminals" that have been stigmatized and targeted by Notre Dame.
 
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7 comments:

Hoping the Blind Will See said...

That was a sad read. I agree with walking the walk and talking the talk. As for the Catholic faith, either I abandoned it, or it abandoned me long, long ago. I saw too much hypocracy there. Now? Well, everyone can just call me Christian!

Teresa said...

Hoping The Blind Will See,

I can understand you thinking the Catholic faith abandoned you since the Left has ruled it for awhile and distorted many of the Church's teachings. Plus, even during my time in school Catholic schools and churches were pretty bad at catechizing students. But, now Traditionalism is making a comeback, thankfully. Plus, sometimes its hard separating human beings' actions from the Church as a whole.

Nickie Goomba said...

At my age I just limp the limp.

Teresa said...

Awwwee Nickie....

You limp by faith

God Bless. Have a great day:)

Hoping the Blind Will See said...

Heheh, Nickie, is that like "walk the walker"... lol

WomanHonorThyself said...

lol @Nickie

Maggie Thornton said...

Teresa, I left the following comment on your other blog:

I'm not Catholic, but I believe, no matter whether Catholic or Protestant, we the parishoners, must know the Bible that we believe to be Holy, and eschew all else, no matter who is speaking from the pulpit or who is making the case for any cause, including political causes. God gave us a brain to use to determine what each of us believes to be God's will. Shame on those who preach the opposite of what they stand for. It is a problem both Catholics and Protestants deal with daily.

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"Everyone can just call me Christian!" says Hoping the Blind will See. What a wonderful and heart warming comment.