Saturday, October 01, 2005
Fernando Ferrer, an anti-Catholic Catholic (a leftover from Wednesday)
Ferrer is so hostile to the Catholic Church that he has no apology for lying in his own blog that he attended public schools when he attended Catholic schools including Cardinal Spellman High School.
Fernando Ferrer was caught yesterday in a grade-school error - falsely claiming on his campaign Web site he was a product of public schools.
from an anonymous Blauvelt Dominican Sister.
Bill Donohue of the Catholic League has a critique of Ferrer that looks an awful like a Bloomberg endorsement.
This is not the first time that Freddy-the-Faker-Ferrer has turned his back on Catholics. In 1996-97, when Mayor Rudy Giuliani floated the idea that one way to stem overcrowding in the public schools was to send students to Catholic schools, the Faker went mad. No doubt he would be just as mad to learn that his challenger, incumbent Mayor Michael Bloomberg, is a contributor to the Catholic Schools Foundation.
Since term limits prevent Bloomberg from running again for mayor in 2009. The way the election cycles work, the next spot he could run for would be to oppose Schumer, or whoever is governor in 2010.
posted by Patrick Sweeney at 11:10 PM Permalink
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Episcopal Church self-destruct sequence watch: "abandoned the Communion"
Bishop Andrew Smith declared that some pastors were "not in Communion" and conducted a putsch on their parishes complete with intimidating thugs.
This was a gutsy roll of the dice for the gay takeover of the ECUSA. If they win here, no priest and no parish will be free to dissent: Resistence is futile as the old Star Trek show would put it.
On the other hand, if this is reversed, it will be a lifeboat for the Episcopalians who cling to their own traditions which until a few years ago included a condemnation of homosexuality.
posted by Patrick Sweeney at 9:48 PM Permalink
Too many of these and it's a sign of the end times : Yahoo (Germany)
Translated (somewhat) to English
posted by Patrick Sweeney at 9:27 PM Permalink