Thursday, January 7, 2010

Diversity yes - Catholicism no


I saw something recently that referenced a "parish diversity council", and naturally I wondered "What the he-"? What does a parish need a "diversity council" (or any council) for? Funny, whenever I found a "diversity council", I never saw any reference to a Latin Mass at those parishes. Just sayin'.

Maybe there should be some Parish Catholic Councils, as a way to ensure that some Catholicism is retained in a given parish. "Sorry Ms. Judy Attitudy, a Pie Throwers Mass doesn't square with the GRIM, so NO, you can't have one."

Acts of the Apostacy has a review of the recently experienced Talk Show Mass.
For.Crying.Out.Loud.

http://actsoftheapostasy.blogspot.com/2010/01/talk-show-mass.html

9 comments:

LarryD said...

Thanks for the link, Paul. Your cartoons are the best. If you don't mind, I'm going to "nick" this cartoon.

Keep up the great work!

Paul Nichols said...

Thanks Larry!

Tater Soup said...

Just stopped by via AofA, and am so happy to see the gifts of the Holy Spirit bearing such illustrious fruit. Pure Inspiration. Clearly edifying.

Anonymous said...

Great cartoon! I went to my very first Tridentine Mass on Jan.1 (great day for it!) and again on the Epiphany (both Sunday and Wednesday) and am going back on this Sunday. I was completely taken by the Mass. Keep up the great work! Your cartoons get the message across, yet are so kind (not mean-spirited).

St. John Cantius: The Tridentine Mass

And did you happen to know that Elvis Presley did a song on the Rosary? It made me feel so much better in regard to his soul ... Happy Birthday Elvis; The King Sings of Mary

Paul Nichols said...

Thanks - yes, once you've gone to a Latin Mass the Novus Ordo just comes up short.

Anonymous said...

The following is news you indulters might like:

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damianthompson/100026178/vatican-confirms-freedom-of-priests-to-celebrate-extraordinary-form-whenever-they-like-–-no-need-for-stable-group/

Paul Nichols said...

They just confirmed what everyone already knew - despite the usurpers' attempts to spin it to their liking.

Patrick said...

It's funny because we're supposed to be ONE. Even the term "catholic" implies unity in that sense, and having these "Diversity Masses" contradicts our need to be UNITED and ONE, as we confess each Mass during the Creed.

Paul Nichols said...

Ah, but Patrick - you know that we're only ONE when we accept THEIR definition of "one". Otherwise, we're a bunch of outcasts from the Middle Ages...