Bishop Lynch speaks out on immigration and capital punishment. [PDF]
We know that innocent men and perhaps women have already been executed in this country.
I bet a ironic disconuity has ripped the space-time fabric around the diocese of St. Petersburg. That much irony must release a hugh amount of energy.
Jay Anderson gives the Bishop’s statement a well deserved fisking.
In similar news there is breaking news on Andrea Clark via Catholic Fire. Andrea Clark is the woman in St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital whose staff has decided to vote her off the planet because caring for her would be futile. Not only is resistance futile, but I guess a hospital actually caring for a person is also now futile when the bottom line is affected. It won’t be long before when someone offers to take someone to a hospital that they will reply "No thanks, I want to live"
We really need to go back to a male-only episcopacy.
I touched on a few of the things he said in this homily as well. Quite interesting were the words with which he closes the homily; “There are fewer of us today brothers than when I came here ten years ago.” Did he ever stop to wonder why?
We can now rest assured that there will be no more wrinkles in Bishop Lynch’s vestments, due to all the irony…
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