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Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - Sant Anselmo - 09-24-2013

http://www.aotmclub.com/index.asp?pageID=9&EID=70

I hope they record this.
 

Quote:Oct 8th AOTM Oktoberfest Double Header 10/8/2013


First at 6 PM two heavyweights go toe to toe:

Mark Shea vs. Michael Voris

One Night. One Fight. Who’s Got It Right?

In a world so militantly secularized that even the Catholic Church cannot escape the dictatorship of relativism, every man must ask himself:  What does Christ expect of me?  Do I speak out?  Do I publicly resist? Do I pray and fast?  What does it mean to be a soldier of Christ in a Christophobic day and age?

Come to the AOTM and watch two heavyweights go toe-to-toe on the issue that matters most: How do we defend the Catholic Church in Crisis?

After the dust settles, who will be left standing: The Investigative Catholic reporter, or the Catholic Apologist?

The AOTM is proud to present THE debate of the year.

Next at 7:30 PM

Mark Shea, Michael Voris go at it again but this time they are not alone: AOTM veterans Michael Matt and David Deavel join them in a spontaneous round table debate on "How do Laymen address the Crisis in the Church?”

During this segment the opponents will go deeper into the issue brought up during the debate.  These men do not agree on this topic and are known for telling it like it is, having passion for what they believe—and this at a time when so many are lukewarm because of a lack of clarity.  Not so with these guys!

We will be taking questions from the audience during this time.

Oktoberfest at AOTM- Special Event- Starts at 3pm

Roll up your sleeves, men, and come hungry—not only for the debate of the year, but also for Oktoberfest beer, brats, cigars, and more in the tent outside and maybe even a dunk tank for whoever loses the debate.  This may not be fun for wimpy, girly men, but the rest of you will want to come early and stay late!  Festivities will begin early outside under the tent so plan accordingly.  By that I mean take off work early and get your but down there!

Schedule:

AOTM General Event Information
3:00pm Event begins -Basement hall is open and tent outside/ Social Hour and Appetizers
6:00pm Debate Voris vs. Shea
7:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Round Table Battle- Voris, Shea, Matt and Deavel
8:30pm Dessert
8:45pm Wrap up round table discussion with closing remarks.
9:15 Closing prayer

For more information contact:
kent@aotmclub.com



Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - austenbosten - 09-24-2013

Interesting?

After Voris has had time doing his public speaking, building up St Michael's Media and Churchmilitant.tv, and doing his Vortex episodes he seems confident now to debate the mainstream "big wig" Catholic apologists.


Very interesting indeed, I'll say a prayer for both of them that will lead to a stronger defense of the Faith from both men.  :)


I do however side with Voris, sorry I just see a strong lack of masculinity and so much estrogen flowing in the Church it makes me vomit....Voris brings that masculinity that a lot of men need.


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - IVSTINIVS - 09-24-2013

(09-24-2013, 06:42 PM)Sant Anselmo Wrote: I hope they record this.

I want court-side seats!

Haha this is going to be awesome.


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - Lateran15 - 09-24-2013

(09-24-2013, 06:59 PM)austenbosten Wrote: Interesting?

After Voris has had time doing his public speaking, building up St Michael's Media and Churchmilitant.tv, and doing his Vortex episodes he seems confident now to debate the mainstream "big wig" Catholic apologists.


Very interesting indeed, I'll say a prayer for both of them that will lead to a stronger defense of the Faith from both men.  :)


I do however side with Voris, sorry I just see a strong lack of masculinity and so much estrogen flowing in the Church it makes me vomit....Voris brings that masculinity that a lot of men need.

Pink is mine

Voris and masculinity? Really?


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - iona_scribe - 09-24-2013

I'm glad to see this happening. It boggles my mind that this even needs to be debated, but holding a manly debate in a festive atmosphere should hopefully take the edge of animosity off the two sides and lead to increased understanding and collaboration. This is a great opportunity for Voris to get a fair hearing among a different crowd.


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - mlwalker1972 - 09-24-2013

(09-24-2013, 08:20 PM)iona_scribe Wrote: This is a great opportunity for Voris to get a fair hearing among a different crowd.

The Main Stream Catholic Media (MSCM -- is that a new acronym??) has done its best to completely ignore Michael Voris, other than issuing weird ("This is not an approved group at World Youth Day") statements.  It is kind of hard to do that, though, when he debates a writer for the National Catholic Register and EWTN personality.  I hope Michael Voris gets a really good hearing out of this.

-Martin


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - Tim - 09-24-2013

Voris will knock him out in round one.All of the professional catholics will agree he sucker punched him. Mark my words. They may start labeling him a crypto-trad.

tim


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - austenbosten - 09-24-2013

(09-24-2013, 07:05 PM)Lateran15 Wrote: Voris and masculinity? Really?

Would you prefer a continuation of the effeminate "let's all get along and dialogue" apologists?  ???

I'm sorry is there a masculine Catholic apologist other than Voris you can name of on EWTN or Catholic Answers? Other than Tim Haines.


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - Dmorgan - 09-24-2013

(09-24-2013, 08:35 PM)Tim Wrote: Voris will knock him out in round one.All of the professional catholics will agree he sucker punched him. Mark my words. They may start labeling him a crypto-trad.

tim
Agreed Tim. Voris is a real threat to their collective lock on the frontline. I only hope there has not been an obama style fix. Like Candy backing obama's lie in the debate. If nothing else, I hope for a fair exchange on the unwillingness of the majority of Catholic media to address the crisis. EWTN, CAF, nc Register et. al. could do so much good if they would grow a set and start dealing with the real problems within The Church. I often wonder how Mother Angelica would deal with the current situation.


Re: Michael Voris and Mark Shea to debate: This should be interesting. - Sant Anselmo - 09-24-2013

Voris has been to the Argument of the Month group previously.  He did a Vortex on them a while back.  I imagine he will get a fair hearing in that particular location.