Humor Simple test by Jeffrey Miller February 7, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller February 7, 2007 Here is a simple test to tell the difference between a Catholic and a Cafeteria Catholic. One goes through the catechism and other Church documents and says amen, the other says amend. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Catholic school censors pro-life speaker next post Worthy is the Lamb You may also like Misheard hymns June 9, 2007 The Grinch of Santa Monica – an illustration November 26, 2012 Pope Francis to continue catechesis on corporal punishment February 10, 2015 All in a name September 2, 2006 The Catholic Vote October 22, 2008 Orientemphobia July 13, 2007 Prayers of the Faithful May 5, 2004 Spirtual Warfare January 8, 2004 Take this Day and Shrove it February 8, 2005 Eau Espirtu of Vatican II August 8, 2005 4 comments Mark February 7, 2007 - 12:58 pm Ha! That’s funny, but true, Jeff. Thanks! Hoodlum February 7, 2007 - 2:42 pm So, what category do all the individuals who have changed the catechism fall into? I am sorry, catechism doesn’t change, you all merely come to a deeper, fuller understanding of the gospel etc… Curt Questioner February 7, 2007 - 2:44 pm Well then, when Cardinal J.R. read the New Catechism he was a cafeteria catholic: because when he got to the first version’s section on sodomy he said “amend”! Mark February 7, 2007 - 3:57 pm “Curtquestioner”, Isn’t that a bit unkind? What exactly does the New Catechism say about sodomy that is ‘cafeteria catholic’? Comments are closed.