13 February 2010

Coffee Bowl Browsing

In a concerted effort to find something good to write about B.O. once and a while, I note this courageous rebuttal of Chinese intimidation.  Bravo, Mr. President!

If it ever gets to the point where the following can be said about me, I hope I have the courage to just man-up and leave the Church"He doesn’t believe in the priesthood anymore, nor the virgin birth. . .In fact, he doubts that Jesus ever existed and although he is the spiritual leader of a 500-strong Christian community, he says he no longer prays because there’s “'no one to pray to.'”  There has to be some sort of serious psychological imbalance going on here. 

Planned Parenthood needs a new researcher for its anti-Catholic propaganda.  They are claiming that the RCC denies the pleasures of sex.  Here's the Catechism quoting Pope Pius XII (not exactly a big liberal) from 1951:  "Sexuality is a source of joy and pleasure:  'The Creator himself . . . established that in the [generative] function, spouses should experience pleasure and enjoyment of body and spirit. Therefore, the spouses do nothing evil in seeking this pleasure and enjoyment. They accept what the Creator has intended for them. At the same time, spouses should know how to keep themselves within the limits of just moderation.'" (n. 2362).  Took me about ten seconds to find that quote on the internet.

Bees find their Inner Grad Student:  they prefer nectar laced with caffeine and nicotine!

Hmmmmm. . .that Harvard-trained neurobiologist who killed three of her colleagues recently has a history of gun violence.  Oh, and she's a socialist.  Wonder if that tid-bit will make it into the MSM narrative?  Doubt it.

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  1. One of the comments had it right: where DO we get caffeine and nicotine-enhanced honey?

    Poor Fr. Kennedy. I will pray for him. That he stays somewhat oddly and remotely attached still gives hope.

  2. here's a story for your next edition of coffee bowl browsing


    it's an awesome tale!

  3. Anonymous7:42 AM

    From the PP article:

    Machmann also argued that “Stand and Deliver” is “part of an effort to get children to reject traditional values and accept a liberal American-European view.”

    “In many traditional countries – Catholic and Muslim – it won't work and should be seen as cultural imperialism,” he added.

    Bingo! Or as I've heard it called, "contraceptive imperialism".