Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Paglia's Institute To Push Amoralis Lamentia And Seamless Garbage

Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia (yes, this Paglia) has praised the pope's mutilation of the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, saying that its new focus on Amoralis Lamentia is a "revamping of pro-life efforts".  Well, at least he's being honest.  Oh by the way, Paglia is the chancellor of the new JP II Pontifical Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences.

But the honesty did not continue.  He let loose with this whopper: "The real revolution there happened under John Paul II, not Francis, which hasn’t really yet been understood. You have to remember that before Familiaris Consortio, it wasn’t that the divorced and remarried just couldn’t get Communion, it was they were practically excommunicated and expelled."  That's simply not true.  The divorced and remarried, although engaged in the mortal sin of adultery, were not excommunicated and/or expelled.  To assert that they were is simply a lie.

He also asserted that he won't "let anyone be more pro-life than me".  Oh, dear!  That will only allow those who are at best tepid on matters of intrinsic evils against life to join his strange little organization.

He indicates that this newly-bastardized organization will dwell on immigration, death penalty, etc etc.  Doesn't that sound like "seamless garment" garbage to you?  It does to me!  Now wait a minute!  From where else have we heard that the pro-life movement must assume "seamless garment" trappings?  Yes!  It has reared its ugly head in the U.S.!  See here and here.  How "coincidental" that we'd be hearing about "revamping the pro-life movement" from these two seemingly disparate sources.  Maybe it is a coincidence - and then again, maybe not!  I'd put nothing past these progressives.

PS: I used the phrase "seamless garment garbage" in the last paragraph.  Moving forward, I believe I'll shorten it to "seamless garbage".


  1. It just gets WORSE by the day:

  2. Doesn't that sound strange? "I won't let anyone be more pro-life than me"? What is THAT supposed to mean? Instead of encouraging everyone to be pro-life--completely--Archbishop Paglia has now become the personal embodiment of pro-lifeness, and will actively suppress and limit anyone who has an issue with any view he happens to hold. Disagree with the guy in the gross mural, and suddenly you are the one who doesn't qualify as pro-life any more. Sound familiar? Disagree with his heretical boss, and you aren't even Catholic any more, either.

    Archbishop Paglia, 99.9999999999999 percent of the human beings who have ever lived have been more pro-life than you, including Ghengis Khan, Saladin, and Attila the Hun. That's because they didn't pretend to be other than they were; to be pro-life is to be pro-truth. And we are more pro-life than you are, too--we ordinary Catholics and others of good will whom you and your ilk have mocked, vilified, and tried to schmooze as well. We always have been more pro-life than the Bernadin sellouts, and (except in the event that the scales fall from your eyes) we always will be, too. And what I'd like to know is--what do you think you are going to be able to do, to stop us?


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