Loving Supportive Respectful

The abortion crazy Episcopal woman priest says that a woman who is in a ‘loving, supportive, respectful’ relationship wants an abortion she should have one. Quite apart from the abortion issue, aren’t you sick of this ‘loving, supportive, respectful’ stuff being the criteria for a legitimate ‘partnership’? Forget about marriage. Forget about divorce and re-marriage. [Read More...]

Tales of Horror

If that Episcopal priestess ‘abortion is a blessing’ story wasn’t enough, check out this from CatholicOnline.  Warning: Don’t read it if stories of cold hearted women killing babies keeps you awake at night. [Read more...]


A reader has sent me a link to this female Episcopal priest who does not take the usual liberal line that abortion should be ‘safe, legal and rare.’ Instead she preaches that abortion is a blessing. Here’s the quote:“And when a woman becomes pregnant within a loving, supportive, respectful relationship; has every option open to [Read More...]

From the Office of Readings

The Word who became all things for us is close to us, our Lord Jesus Christ who promises to remain with us always. He cries out, saying: “See, I am with you all the days of this age.” He is himself the shepherd, the high priest, the way and the door, and has become all [Read More...]

Bultmann and Padre Pio

I’m reading Bernard Ruffin’s biography of Padre Pio, and love this juxtaposition: Padre Pio was almost an exact contemporary of Rudolf Bultmann the German Lutheran theologian who, out of a regard for the difficulty modern men and women have in accomodating the traditional teachings of Christianity to their twentieth century perceptions, devised a theology that [Read More...]

Gaudium et Spes

I haven’t been blogging recently because I’ve been sort of overwhelmed by the state of the world, the worries of the financial crisis with the threat of civil unrest and possible war. Combined with this I have been discouraged by the complacency and corruption of Christians in the face of evil. We are all so [Read More...]