News Eric McFadden founder of Catholics for Kerry busted for running prostitution ring by Jeffrey Miller January 15, 2009 written by Jeffrey Miller January 15, 2009 Yeah really. 7 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post This is my body next post "I am a Catholic in good standing but I do not love God." You may also like Carmelite nun enters life in monastery June 27, 2004 Bishop rescued November 16, 2002 Judge Richard C. Casey April 11, 2004 2009 Cannonball Award April 23, 2009 Archbishop Chaput says Europe is forsaking Christianity June 10, 2005 Rite of Election March 6, 2006 It's only good-bye until heaven! August 14, 2004 Not a pro protester March 19, 2003 The time has come to reveal what is... October 24, 2007 A Democracy without values can lose its very... April 16, 2008 7 comments FR BillP January 15, 2009 - 5:40 pm tsk tsk…a little schadenfruede anyone? Mary January 15, 2009 - 6:45 pm That’s just too strange. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how bad ideas seem to take root so easily and good men and women work themselves to death to get the best of ideas off the ground. I was asking my 14 year daughter about this and she simply said, “mom, they are the weeds.” I’m like, “Oh yeah. That’s right.” Weeds grow easily. Too bad its not the other way around. Mr Flapatap January 15, 2009 - 6:55 pm “By FR BillP on January 15, 2009 5:40 tsk tsk…a little schadenfruede anyone?” I have been fighting all day against it. Please pray for me… too tempting…. but no. Matt G January 15, 2009 - 7:28 pm I think Dawn Eden made a prediction a few years ago regarding the trend that more and more pro-abortion politicians would be embroiled in scandal. She said, I think very wisely, that being pro-abortion was simply evidence of an inherently deficient morality that would begin to manifest itself in other ways. Tzard January 16, 2009 - 2:45 pm “By FR BillP on January 15, 2009 5:40 tsk tsk…a little schadenfruede anyone?” No enjoyment at his misfortune – more of a “Why am I not surprised?”. Don’t know the German neologism for that. aliocha January 17, 2009 - 10:27 am I believe the essential question is: Catholics shouldn’t be for any candidate simply because he is endorsed by one of the big parties. When St. Paul says “Do not conform to the mentality of this world”, trandlated into 21st century US politics, this means do not conform to the Republican/Democrat bipolar perspective. If none of the candidates is a good alternative, get together and find someone who would be a good leader and beg him to become a candidate. With or without party support. Fr Bill P January 17, 2009 - 11:13 am No enjoyment at his misfortune – more of a “Why am I not surprised?”. Don’t know the German neologism for that. -Don’t worry, I’m sure they have one…leave it to our teutonic friends to have an intricate glossary for pain. 😉 Comments are closed.