Monday, April 19, 2010

Real Catholic TV on Father Pfleger

There will be four youtube clips.  Because the youtubes won't show if they're put before a jump-break, I'll put that break after this sentence, so this post doesn't take the whole main page.  Please click "read more".

To put what Mr. Voris has to say in context, please watch the following two clips from Father Pfleger's Unholy Thursday Mass from Hell.  No, I'm not being sacriligeous, for given what you'll see of the so-called "consecration", I doubt a that a true Consecration could have occurred and thus the Real Presence didn't come to be, and therefore there was no real Mass - just a cheap theatrical production.  You probably heard some things about these, but here they are for convenience.  Here's the clip stating that he doesn't "need the pope".  WARNING!  Turn your speakers down!  This man does scream!  (Click here if you can't see embedded video)

After your ear drums have stopped bleeding, listen to this next snippit of his rampage (this one is less noisy!).  According to Pfleger, we may not need the Holy Father - but we do "need women priests"!  (Click here if you can't see embedded video)

Now see why I don't think this debacle was a valid Mass.  Click here if you can't see embedded video)

Now bear in mind that Cardinal George bestowed an award on this man.  Why?  Well, listen now to Real Catholic TV (At last!  A video with a sane person talking!)  Click here if you can't see embedded video)

Mr. Voris states that Pfleger has at least tacit approval.  I think it's much more than that!  Think of it.  We have a ranting heretic running around unhindered in the least, in the diocese of the person who just happens to be president of USCCB.  This USCCB gets lots of governmental money, and doles out to lots of progressive outfits.  Am I alone in smelling many rats?

1 comment:

  1. Although this is an old piece (1988), my husband interviewed Cardinal George, and the article was taken by New Oxford Review. A couple days later, however, they phoned back and said they would no longer be publishing the piece -- something to do with the Cardinal maybe having a bad day. But portions of the interview may offer up insight as to the current dilemma of which you speak. Focus on Francis: My Curious Conversation with Cardinal George


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