Uncategorized Real Focus by Jeffrey Miller April 15, 2004 written by Jeffrey Miller April 15, 2004 The Lady in the Pew has an excellent column on the attitude “it’s all about me” and how it is infecting some Masses.[Via Dom Bettinelli] 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post You just have to love .. next post Error America You may also like No comment August 9, 2002 First entry to blogdom July 24, 2002 A question March 2, 2005 I can stand it August 31, 2002 No Nukes is good Nukes August 25, 2002 Hawthorne Dominicans and Baseball July 13, 2008 Egoblogmaniac October 10, 2002 'I never imagined I'd meet the pope' November 10, 2005 More Screwtape fun August 5, 2002 Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary August 15, 2002 5 comments Cornelius April 16, 2004 - 7:05 am “The Lady” has hit the nail on the head. We are the Narcissistic Church. I also noted on the Boston College conference web site this opening line, a standard for the Narcissistic Church: “The Church in the 21st Century Project explores the issues underlying the clerical sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church by providing a forum and resources to assist the Catholic community in transforming the current situation into an opportunity for renewal.” Renewal? How about repentance? Oops, I forgot, repentance implies sin, which is sooooo medieval. The Serpent April 16, 2004 - 11:32 am The Atheists are infecting every aspect of your reality with the absurd notion (i.e. a meme) that Individuals are not responsible for their actions. You can see it everywhere around you; poisoning the very fabric of your universe. This attitude is becoming so pervasive that soon it will be common to the point it is overlooked � unperceived � invisible. The banality of evil. Kelly Clark April 16, 2004 - 5:59 pm What remains startling, at the very least, to me, is that back in 1999, the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith permanently banned Sister Gramick from “any pastoral work involving homosexual persons.” And yet, plain as day, she’s identified in 2004 by Boston College — and, no doubt, herself — as “Consultant, Lesbian and Gay Ministry. “ What’s wrong with this picture? Thanks, Jeff, for the plug. christine April 16, 2004 - 11:32 pm hmmm… Richard Simmons creating church…well he is catholic and attended seminary for a year or two in the 60’s. Better not give him any ideas, or we may find ourselves at “Massercise” some Sunday. I know some sisters that already have leotards… michigancatholic April 18, 2004 - 7:55 pm Now, there’s a nightmare!! Fr. Richard Simmons. Wonder if he was too pink for the pink crowd!? LOL. Comments are closed.