Pope Francis is visiting Mexico this week to check in on some of his Latin American flock, in particular to draw attention to the plight of (illegal) immigrants by holding a well publicized mass on the US border. The purpose? To guilt trip Americans, probably, for being so mean by having borders, sort of.
In 2013, Pope Francis […]
The United States used to have separation of church and state as an important principle, but now it’s more convenient for big Washington government to fund alleged do-gooder projects through the Catholic church, which is happy to receive the easy money.
In fact, the cassock brigade has amassed more than $1.6 billion since 2012 from federal […]
On Saturday, Pope Francis left the Vatican for a trip visiting Cuba and three cities in the United States. All signs indicate that the pope plans to lecture rich capitalist America to open the borders wide, as he has done before everywhere.
It’s a favorite theme for him. He recently called upon European Catholics to shelter […]
The busybody in the Vatican thinks the first world is not rescuing enough “migrants” and accepting them into their nations. Pope Francis has already written his statement for World Refugee Day in January and the highly inclusive message was recently released, titled “A Church without frontiers, mother to all”.
For a taste, here is the final […]
No question, the Catholic church has attached itself to the alien kiddie dump as a major opportunity for public do-goodery.
For starters, church elites are happy to grab any occasion to put mileage between the Catholic image and the priest sex abuse scandal, which continues even now. A Google News search for Catholic Sex Abuse Scandal […]
A retired doctor and his wife phoned Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday to tell their story about the San Bernardino Catholic church urging members of the parish welcome illegal aliens into their homes. Not only did the archbishop invite parishioners to harbor lawbreakers (a felony, right?) but he also to keep quiet about it to the […]
When I was a child, I recall political discussions in my family about whether the Catholic candidate John Kennedy would follow the orders of the Vatican if elected President. My parents were great supporters of President Eisenhower, a Presbyterian, and were suspicious of a possible Pope influence in the White House.
These days, the influence of […]
The usual suspects performed the standard whine on behalf of lawbreaking foreigners in Los Angeles on Friday. Archbishop Jose Gomez led an interfaith gaggle of liberal religious robe-a-dopes in a vigil for the long-suffering foreigners who have come to steal American jobs and grab other freebies.
In January, Los Angeles’ unemployment rate fell below 9 percent […]
A week ago, I reported on the Speaker of the House inviting the pope to speak before Congress, something that has never happened before and would be quite a blow to the separation of church and state. Pope Francis has not yet accepted as of this writing, but it’s hard to imagine he wouldn’t, given […]
No Pope has ever spoken to the Congress before, but the Speaker thinks that it’s fine to offer him a uniquely high honor (and violate the separation of church and state) even though the nation is still majority Protestant (52 percent, more than double the number of Catholics).
What is the purpose of the invitation? Is […]
Typically, professional Catholic handwringers fret about Mexicans suffering in Mexico, and conclude it’s America’s fault. The specific Mexicans are deported individuals, so they are willful lawbreakers exhibiting hostility to American sovereignty and to the people of this country.
Tijuana’s tent city of deportees, aka La Mapa, is filled with hundreds of dome camper tents.
Plus, the writer […]
Monday’s front page of the Los Angeles Times had a headline that was ever-so-slightly critical of the former Catholic Cardinal who presided over the local diocese: “INTO THE LIGHT, As the clergy abuse scandal unfolds, Roger Mahony’s moral authority — and his legacy — erodes.”
It was part of a feature article that was unduly kind […]