What Pope Benedict really said about Eucharistic adoration
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(09-23-2011, 12:13 PM)archdiocesan Wrote: I have zero problem with taking a scan of the Holy Father's book from a sedevacantist website while ignoring its own attempted translation, having already found one from a credible and non-fringe source. Equally, I have no intention of "crediting" sites which routinely insult our sweet Christ on earth and make miserable attempts to strip him of his prerogratives. As another writer once wrote while reproducing material which was only available on one of these offensive sites, "if the original author didn't cast aspersions on God's chosen Pontiffs, I would magnify him. But since he withholds the honour due Peter, I will not honour him, but despoil him like an Egyptian."

God doesn't choose popes for one thing.  He permits them to become pope.  So, that's a grotesque distortion of exactly what the papacy is, probably bordering on a breaking of the first commandment.

That's what I thought.  The truth doesn't interest you a bit.  Your stock in trade is political persuasian and creating a dishonest atmosphere by promoting onty the things filtered through your "sensitivities."  Why should I believe you?  I'm not a sedevacantist, but I certainly do have a sense of fair play when it comes to discussing serious issues.  You have no interest in "creditiing" where credit is due simply because you don't like their honest opinions about the Pope.  You take what they have and then unfairly run them down all the while hiding the fact that you take from their work.  That's unethical.

Our "sweet Christs on earth" run the gamut from a few saints, to a host of unimpressive men and a none too small segment of debased scoundrels who were perverts and filthy insults to the papacy in their very persons.  You may not like it, but it's the truth.  But that's where we are, some are interested in the truth and then there's your feelings. 
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Re: What Pope Benedict really said about Eucharistic adoration - by Gerard - 09-23-2011, 02:06 PM



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