Illinois Can’t Force Pharmacists to Sell Plan B Drug

After more than seven years of litigation, the court ruled former Governor Rod Blagojevich’s April 2005 mandate that all pharmacies and pharmacists sell Plan B (the “morning after pill”) is invalid. Blagojevich argued that pharmacy owners and pharmacists with religious objections should “find another profession” if they did not share his moral views about the drug.

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The same politicians who feign outrage over the Church’s moral advice to Catholics use coercive state power to venture further into their bedrooms than any Pope’s encyclical.

Perhaps the policies of the Obama regime represent the logical outgrowth of a mutant form of Christianity where Christ is replaced first by “Christian values,” then “Christian values” are replaced by concepts like justice and freedom and equality de-coupled from any connection to Christ, Christian culture or even Stoic natural law; and then finally these secularized concepts are re-coupled to the will to power of politicians and social engineers.

As David Bentley Hart has noted, when people reject Christ they have a tendency to reject everything that Christian civilization ever baptized of pre-Christian civilization. All the treasures of ancient Rome, Athens, and Jerusalem get thrown overboard in the manic attempt to snuff out the last trace of the Lamb of God in human culture. At present this seems to include the notion that human dignity is linked to the capacity for love and freedom and rationality.

Above all our new political saviors want to liberate us from the idea that we have been made in the image of God. They do this at the same time as giving themselves god-like powers. If we start to believe that we really are just rutting animals this will give them even more power. The Nietzschean nightmare will be complete—there will be one great herd of animals and a few Übermenschen to govern them, direct their wills, determine when they will reproduce, and how often, and an intermediate class of social engineers running the Health and Education departments, policing reproductive information and the compulsory national curriculum. And this would be different from Fascism how?

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Special Report: The Obama you don’t know.

Everything Barack Obama never wanted you to know, courtesy of the Washington Examiner.

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Even though the Mormon baptismal rite refers to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the church’s beliefs about the identity of the three persons are so different from Catholic and mainline Christian belief that the rite cannot be regarded as a Christian baptism.

“It is not a Protestant church.”

“Protestant” is the proper term for the new churches of Western Christianity formed during the Reformation, for the branches of those churches and for their members. The main branches of Protestantism include Baptist, Congregational, Lutheran, Methodist, Quaker, Presbyterian and Reformed denominations.

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Late summer and early fall sequence of Jewish high holy days may serve as supernatural “markers” for coming end time events

Destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem

by Doug Lawrence

CNS reports: Pope Benedict offered his “heartfelt best wishes” for Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Sukkot, in the telegram released to reporters by the Vatican Sept. 20.

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I’m not trying to stoke “end of the world” fever here, and I’m not attempting to predict the day or the year Jesus will return. All I’m doing is correlating the ancient Hebrew feast days with the old and new testament scriptures, in order to calculate what time of the year we’re most likely to see Jesus, again.

See if you can follow the logic:

Near as I can figure, John the Baptist … Jesus’ cousin … was born at or around Passover … sometime in April.

Jesus was six months junior to John, which would put the actual date of his birth (Christmas) around late September/early October.

That coincides with the end of the high holy days … the feast of Sukkot … which is typically celebrating by living outside, in tents and other types of temporary shelters. (The shepherds may not have been alone, when they were out there in the fields, tending their sheep.)

It’s quite common for God to mark out the time for future events, through past events. So … if  God chose to sanctify a particular day in late September/early October for Jesus’ first coming … why couldn’t he do pretty much the same thing for his second?

Then we have what Jesus correctly predicted as the “end” of the ancient Jewish world … the Roman siege of Jerusalem and the subsequent destruction of the Temple … which began in the spring, on Pentecost, in the year 70 AD, followed some six months later by the fiery destruction of the Temple, in the fall … right around the end of the high holy days … punctuated by a trumpet blast (St. Paul’s “last” trump … St. John’s 7th?)

Those familiar with the scriptures will note many corrollaries between these events and still to come end time events, as detailed by Jesus, St. Peter, St. Paul, and St. John, and many of the old testament writers.

If you’re “into” this type of thing, here’s a few comprehensive links for you:

“Deep” background

16 End Times

17 Scriptures for the End

18 What Do We Do Now?

19 A Catholic Look At the AntiChrist

President of United Airlines promotes Planned Parenthood’s culture of death

The president of United Airlines is hosting a gala fundraiser for a Texas-based affiliate of the Planned Parenthood abortion business.

Jeff Smisek is President and Chief Executive Officer of United, one of the world’s most-recognized companies and a leading airline. He is also a member of United’s board of directors.

However, Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast will soon have Smisek hosting a benefit event for the abortion company.

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Editor’s note: It used to be that the people who ran the airlines did everything possible to avoid any association or connection with death. This must be more of the “change” Barack Obama has been promising.

For the first time in decades, the staff of the US bishops’ conference will (probably) not swing reflexively into line with the latest liberal rhetoric.

When John Carr retired from the staff of the US bishops’ conference, after helping to shape the bishops’ statements on political issues for more then 25 years, we wondered whether his departure signaled a shift in USCCB policy. Today we have our answer: Yes, it does.

Jonathan J. Reyes, who will be taking Carr’s post in December, will be coming to Washington from Denver, where he was head of Catholic Charities. His work there, and especially his involvement in projects like “Christ in the City,” testify to his belief that Christian charitable work is inseparable from evangelization. In other words he sees charitable work as a witness to faith, not a call for government support.

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Michelle Obama lies when she claims her husband tells the truth

President Obama has just released a new web ad, in which he he claims to be a defender of religious freedom and a great admirer of the of faith in our public life.

I take great encouragement from President Obama’s latest web ad—not because I believe a word he says, but because it shows that our massive, grassroots campaign to stop Obama’s HHS Mandate and restore religious freedom is working.

President Obama realizes he’s vulnerable on the religious freedom issue. It shows he’s worried—and he should be, especially with the next wave of nationwide Stand Up for Religious Freedom rallies coming on October 20, just 17 days before Election Day.

If President Obama really valued the role of faith in public life, he wouldn’t be trying to force employers to violate their religious convictions. He wouldn’t be willing to see institutions like Christian Colleges and Catholic Hospitals shut down rather than submit to a mandate that forces them to violate their core values.

Obama’s record shows that his “unwavering commitment” isn’t to religious liberty, but to the radical pro-abortion agenda of Planned Parenthood.

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Father Michael J. McGivney Center of Hope and Healing Opens Its Doors

On August 14th, The Well of Mercy, a Father Michael J. McGivney Center of Hope and Healing, opened its’ doors to single pregnant women who choose life. Five mothers, three of which will give birth in the next 3 weeks, now have a home. We are a much needed extension of the Pregnancy Assistance Centers by providing transitional housing.

The Chicago center is the first of six Fr. Michael J. McGivney Centers of Hope and Healing to be established. Our goal is to open a center in each of the six dioceses in the State of Illinois. The Center is named after the founder of the Knights of Columbus, the Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney.

On Sunday, September 23, we will have an open house and you are invited to visit our new home between the hours of noon and 4:00 PM. We are located at 6339 N. Fairfield Ave, Chicago. We have much to do to clean and renovate the facility and you may decide, after visiting, that you want to help us. Your time and talents are essential in the support of this mission. Visit us on September 23rd, see for yourself, The Holy Spirit may tap you on the shoulder and you may decide you want to help get involved and share in the joy of this new Catholic initiative. For more information visit us at www.mcgivneycenter.com or call us at (773) 889‐6470.

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“Bound together in service to others” – no matter how many babies we kill.

by Doug Lawrence

The ghost of Cardinal Bernardin and his deadly, liberal, “Seamless Garment” politics is still affecting Catholics … the U.S. government … and the world … in unexpectedly negative  ways.

Spero News reports on a recent USCCB gathering in Washington, D.C. where Denis McDonough, a highly placed Catholic staffer in the Obama regime  preached to the assorted “faithful” … including many of the Catholic hierarchy … about how the Catholic Church actually gave Barack Obama his “start”:

In fact, the President first entered public service through the Catholic Church.  His work as a young community organizer on the South Side of Chicago was funded in part by the Catholic churches of Chicago and their Developing Communities Project.  He was inspired by the sermons and example of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin.  He was touched by the generosity of congregations, of different faiths—in part, he admits, because he was broke and they fed him.  As President Obama has said—after growing up in a household that wasn’t particularly religious—it was that experience, working with pastors and laypeople in service to others, that brought him to Christ.
 
Those of you who have attended the National Prayer breakfasts or Easter prayer at the White House or our interfaith events have heard the President speak of how he draws strength and comfort from prayer.  As a close advisor, I’ve also seen how the President’s faith informs both his thinking and how he confronts the challenges facing our nation.  

Nice “spin” job, Mr. McDonough. Sounds like David Axelrod wrote that speech for you! As a good Catholic, don’t you know that bearing false witness is a sin … even for politicians and bishops?

There’s also sins of omission. Why was absolutely no mention was made of President Barack Obama’s unqualified support for homosexual marriage and abortion, his attack on Constitutional religious freedoms … particularly those of the Catholic Church? And what did actually become of the trillions of dollars that the President was supposed to use for “shovel-ready” infrastructure projects … projects which never really existed?

From the article, it seems as though none of the assembled Catholic hierarchy did much of anything, other than nod in agreement and smile! You would have thought that at least one or two would have gotten up and walked out. But no!

I haven’t seen anything this blatant, scandalous and misleading since Notre Dame! What good are Catholics in government, when they cease to act as Catholics should? Shame on the lot of you!

Congressman Ryan: “I am a Catholic, not because anyone has ordered me to accept a creed, but because of the grace and truth revealed in my faith.”

Jesus Christ is the grace and truth revealed
in Congressman Paul Ryan’s Catholic Faith

Ryan spoke openly about his Catholic faith at the 2012 Values Voter Summit at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 14.

In his address, he defended his economic views, which have drawn criticism for their proposed cuts in federal spending on some programs that aid the poor.

However, Ryan has asserted that “big government” approaches have not worked to reduce levels of poverty and says that his plan would help the poor by reducing the federal debt, growing the economy and creating jobs.

“Here we are, four years of economic stewardship under these self-proclaimed advocates of the poor, and what do they have to show for it?” he asked. “More people in poverty, and less upward mobility wherever you look.”

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Rabbi wants to build understanding between Catholics and Jews based solely on his own flawed interpretation of Vatican II document.

2nd Vatican Council

by Doug Lawrence

Rabbi Howard Hirsch cited several accomplishments of the Vatican II Council, including the recognition that Jews are bound by an unbreakable covenant with God, a powerful deference to the Jewish religion and repudiation of any past Christian efforts to convert them.

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Editor’s note: Read the linked article and make careful note of the rabbi’s claims. Then, read the actual text of Nostra Aetate … the official Vatican II Catholic Church document to which he refers (pertinent sections of which are included below.)

In Nostra Aetate, you will NOT find any specific language making Judaism salvifically equivalent to Catholicism. Nor will you find any justification or rationale for what the Rabbi calls “powerful deference”… other than the dignity and respect due to peaceful people, everywhere.

You will NOT find any language that repeals the “Great Commission” of Jesus Christ, which calls on Christians to teach and baptize ALL NATIONS (including Jews) in the name of Jesus Christ … and you will NOT find any language claiming that any of the old covenants are equivalent to the New and Saving Covenant in Christ’s blood, which holds out the ONLY hope of salvation … primarily to faithfully baptized Christians.

As for “exonerating the Jews” … to the contrary … Nostra Aetate properly implicated ALL of sinful mankind, including Christians, Jews, Muslims and Pagans in the death of Jesus Christ, since it was the collective sins of all mankind that made Christ’s sacrifice necessary.

Rabbi Hirsch is a scholar. He knows the truth. Yet through his deliberate misinterpretation of an important, official document of the Catholic Church, he acts much more like crooked politician! Many liberal Catholic bishops have been complicit in this great falsehood, as well.

Read the pertinent sections of Nostra Aetate below. Then look up and study the various biblical citations, comparing them with the official text:

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4. Sounding the depths of the mystery which is the church, this sacred council remembers the spiritual ties which link the people of the new covenant to the stock of Abraham.

The church of Christ acknowledges that in God’s plan of salvation the beginnings of its faith and election are to be found in the patriarchs, Moses and the prophets. It professes that all Christ’s faithful, who as people of faith are daughters and sons of Abraham (see Gal 3:7), are included in the same patriarch’s call and that the salvation of the church is mystically prefigured in the exodus of God’s chosen people from the land of bondage. On this account the church cannot forget that it received the revelation of the Old Testament by way of that people with whom God in his inexpressible mercy established the ancient covenant. Nor can it forget that it draws nourishment from that good olive tree onto which the wild olive branches of the Gentiles have been grafted (see Rom 11:17-24). The church believes that Christ who is our peace has through his cross reconciled Jews and Gentiles and made them one in himself (see Eph 2:14,16).

Likewise, the church keeps ever before its mind the words of the apostle Paul about his kin: “they are Israelites and it is for them to be sons and daughters, to them belong the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; to them belong the patriarchs, and of their race according to the flesh, is the Christ” (Rom 9:4,5), the Son of the Virgin Mary. It is mindful, moreover, that the apostles, the pillars on which the church stands, are of Jewish descent, as are many of those early disciples who proclaimed the Gospel of Christ to the world.

As holy scripture testifies, Jerusalem did not recognize God’s moment when it came (see Lk19:42). Jews for the most part did not accept the Gospel; on the contrary, many opposed its spread (see Rom 11:28). Even so, the apostle Paul maintains that the Jews remain very dear to God, for the sake of the patriarchs, since God does not take back the gifts he bestowed or the choice he made. *(Not exactly! See note below.)

Together with the prophets and that same apostle, the church awaits the day, known to God alone, when all peoples will call on God with one voice and serve him shoulder to shoulder (Soph 3:9; see Is 66:23; Ps 65:4; Rom 11:11-32).

Since Christians and Jews have such a common spiritual heritage, this sacred council wishes to encourage and further mutual understanding and appreciation. This can be achieved, especially, by way of biblical and theological enquiry and through friendly discussions.

Even though the Jewish authorities and those who followed their lead pressed for the death of Christ (see Jn 19:6), neither all Jews indiscriminately at that time, nor Jews today, can be charged with the crimes committed during his passion. It is true that the church is the new people of God, yet the Jews should not be spoken of as rejected or accursed as if this followed from holy scripture. Consequently, all must take care, lest in catechizing or in preaching the word of God, they teach anything which is not in accord with the truth of the Gospel message or the spirit of Christ.

Indeed, the church reproves every form of persecution against whomsoever it may be directed. Remembering, then, it’s common heritage with the Jews and moved not by any political consideration, but solely by the religious motivation of Christian charity, it deplores all hatreds, persecutions, displays of anti-semitism directed against the Jews at any time or from any source. The church always held and continues to hold that Christ out of infinite love freely underwent suffering and death because of the sins of all, so that all might attain salvation. It is the duty of the church, therefore, in it’s preaching to proclaim the cross of Christ as the sign of God’s universal love and the source of all grace.

5. We cannot truly pray to God the Father of all if we treat any people as other than sisters and brothers, for all are created in God’s image. People’s relation to God the Father and their relation to other women and men are so dependent on each other that the Scripture says “they who do not love, do not know God” (1 Jn 4:8). There is no basis therefore, either in theory or in practice for any discrimination between individual and individual, or between people and people arising either from human dignity or from the rights which flow from it.

Therefore, the church reproves, as foreign to the mind of Christ, any discrimination against people or any harassment of them on the basis of their race, color, condition in life or religion.

Accordingly, following the footsteps of the holy apostles Peter and Paul, the sacred council earnestly begs the Christian faithful to “conduct themselves well among the Gentiles” (1 Pet2:12} and if possible, as far as depends on them, to be at peace with all people (see Rom12:18) and in that way to be true daughters and sons of the Father who is in heaven (see Mt5:45).

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*Therefore I say to you that the kingdom of God shall be taken from you and shall be given to a nation yielding the fruits thereof. And whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be broken: but on whomsoever it shall fall, it shall grind him to powder. And when the chief priests and Pharisees had heard his parables, they knew that he spoke of them. (Matthew 21:43-45)

In the above passage, it’s absolutely clear that Jesus was speaking to the Jewish hierarchy. In the passage below, it’s equally clear that St. Peter is explaining precisely who that holy and fruitful successor nation would be … the Catholic Church!

But you are a chosen generation, a kingly priesthood, a holy nation, a purchased people: that you may declare his virtues, who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light: Who in times past were not a people: but are now the people of God. Who had not obtained mercy: but now have obtained mercy. (1 Peter 2:9-10)

It’s high time Catholics wised up … and it’s also high time our Jewish brethren quit “spinning” Church documents to suit their own ends!

Shame on you, Rabbi Hirsch!

New 7th grade Catholic catechism text: Three major modernist heresies in the first chapter, alone!

by Doug Lawrence

As many of you know, my buddy, AndyP/Doria2 passed away recently. Andy was a great Catholic catechist, totally dedicated to that great work. So, out of respect for Andy, and in an effort to keep everything in balance, I signed up to teach 7th grade CCD this year.

I got the text book and teacher’s guide last Wednesday, and finally had a chance to sit down and look at it. The book is very attractive, colorful, nicely organized, easy to read, and it’s supported by a full complement of CD’s, black line masters, a catechist guide, and a website.

That’s the good part. Now, for the bad …

The text includes many of the modernist heresies that have crept into the New American Bible, AmChurch, and virtually all Catholic schools, colleges and seminaries, since the close of the 2nd Vatican Council.

The text’s writers maintain … with no proof at all to back them … and contrary to the constant, official teachings of the Catholic Church:

That the inspired writers to whom the various books of the gospels are attributed, probably didn’t really write them. Hence …  contrary to the plain, written testimony of the evangelists, and of the Catholic Church itself … we have no real  “eyewitness accounts” of Jesus Christ. So everything we read in the Bible is either hearsay … or myth.

That all of the NT writings were produced very “late” … further bolstering their erroneous and unproven assertion that St. Matthew the Apostle most likely didn’t write the Gospel of Matthew, and St. John the Apostle probably didn’t write the Gospel of John, his Epistles (letters) or the Apocalypse (Book of Revelation), etc., etc.

That much of what we read in the Bible is actually in error … and that only stuff put in there specifically “for the purpose of our salvation” is totally reliable.

They also allude to the infamous and so far undiscovered “Q” source and to the nonexistent collection of “The Sayings of Jesus” … all of which is based solely on the very recent, liberal, modernist “theories” of various faithless skeptics … many of them not even Catholic.

The textbook writers claim that the documents of the 2nd Vatican Council provide their authority for all of this “BS” (100% Pure Bovine Excrement) but they don’t. Not by a long shot!

These guys actually learned this stuff in school … from other heretical modernists … quite probably their own teachers … who think they’re smarter than everyone who came before .. so they know better what to believe … better even than the authentic Tradition of the Holy Catholic Church … and of course … better than the God-inspired writers of the Holy Bible.

No wonder the world is suffering from a crisis of faith! This totally heretical stuff has been allowed to “fester” inside the Catholic Church  … unabated and essentially unchallenged … for over fifty years. And it’s been corroding the faith of various Protestant sects … from whence it originally came … for much, much longer!

All of which just goes to prove: Heretics are pretty much the same, from age to age. Only now, the misguided liberals who run the post-Vatican II Catholic Church have seen fit to include this nasty stuff in children’s catechism texts … instead of  going through the trouble of correcting their errors … or bringing the “faith-corroding bastards” up on charges … or better yet … burning them at the stake!

This was only chapter ONE! More to come…

Pope Leo XIII On the Study of Holy Scripture 

Scandal of the week: Counseled to Abort in a Catholic Hospital.

“… Have you thought about abortion? You know, it’s alright to abort this pregnancy so you can take care of yourself right now.”

“What? I’m Catholic, that’s why I came to a Catholic hospital, well, I mean, I’m a recent convert and I’m learning about the teaching of the Church, and this…”

The confused mother stared past the licensed mental health professional out the window of her obstetrician’s office, where she was meeting with this therapist. In this hospital that bears the name of a saint and a crucifix in every room, the mother was more confused than ever. She tried not to let the vortex starting to swirl in her mind show. Abortion? She trusted these people under this roof, but abortion? Catholics are not supposed to have abortions. She could barely speak.

“…this isn’t right.”

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Christianity is the only defense ordinary Muslims have against over-reaching Muslim hegemony

In a meeting this morning with the pope, Mufti Mohammad Rachid Kabbani, whose title is “Mufti of the Lebanese Republic,” told Benedict that Muslims “absolutely do not want Christians to leave the Middle East,” according to Jesuit Fr. Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesperson.

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Editor’s note: Totalitarian Sharia Law is not much different, and possibly worse than totalitarian communism. Moderate Muslims understand that.

They also know that the only practical way to keep the radical Islamists at bay is to share political power with a substantial number of Christian citizens, in order to maintain a strong, stable, moderate, and reasonably popular central government.

That way, short of total insurrection, like what happened in Lebanon, back in the late 70’s and early 80’s, some semblance of a normal everyday existence might still be maintained.

Lebanon’s Mufti Mohammad Rachid Kabbani knows all too well what can happen when the radical Islamists take over.

Main takeaway from the DNC: Government is God, and abortion is a sacrament.

A recent twit from Kevin Eder.

Main takeaway from the DNC:
Government is God, and abortion is a sacrament.

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After Caroline Kennedy’s (pro abortion) speech, not one American Catholic leader publicly criticized her. There was complete silence from the archbishops.

Abortion eliminates life. That’s what the procedure does. Human DNA is present upon conception.

If the Catholic Church believes that abortion is against what God intended, then it should be just as adamant about stating its case as Caroline Kennedy is about stating hers.

It is not.

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Papal visit to shore up situation in Lebanon, the last, best hope for preserving Christianity in the middle east.

The pope arrived in Harissa on time at 6 p.m. to sign the Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation for the Middle East, and was greeted by Lebanese and Vatican flags as well as banners bearing the word “peace” in multiple languages.

Gathered opposite the church on chairs set out for the event, visitors said the pope’s visit was a sign that Christians would retain a presence in Lebanon despite their uncertain future in the rest of the region.

“If Christians remain here [in Lebanon], the whole region will become better and different,” said Tony Haddad, who came to catch a glimpse of the pope from the nearby town of Bzommar.

Haddad, who described the visit as historic, said that Vatican’s concern for the people of Lebanon and the region means it has blessed the country and will not abandon it, despite unrest in the Middle East.

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A church that mouths everything Rome wants to hear .. but in practice operates quite differently?

Who wants to join a church like that? And moreover .. the very fact that a NEW evangelization effort is needed pretty much tells you all you need to know about the old one. It has been an epic failure.

And why? Because the main job of the Church .. to make saints .. has been abandoned or so reduced as to be rendered marginal at best.

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RCIA: Needlessly complicated barrier to entry … or a wonderful gift of the universal church?

by Doug Lawrence

A recent article in the Catholic Herald about the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) once again has me wondering: If the Catholic Church is indeed the original and true universal Church … founded by Jesus Christ himself,while he still walked the earth (it is) … and the RCIA program is the best the Church can do … then why aren’t people lined up outside, 24/7 and 365, waiting to sign up?

I don’t recall the recently deceased modernist Cardinal Martini saying anything in particular about RCIA, but if he had, it might have been something like this (and he would have been right):

Is it rational for the Catholic Church to expect to attract large (or even reasonably acceptable) numbers of converts by means of a one size fits all, once a year, six month long program of  religious instruction … often of dubious quality … from a world full of people who have come to expect instant (or at least, very prompt) gratification in everything from their choice of food, to their ordinary communication and social interaction, oil changes for their automobiles, downloads of their music, and virtually everything else?

Perhaps the Catholic Church might be able to attract more than one or two real converts each year, per parish (as opposed to the usual cadre of badgered relatives and spouses) if they concentrated on offering a modern, responsive, technologically up to date RCIA program that addresses at least some of the particular needs and sensibilities of ordinary people … rather than making them overcome totally unnecessary obstacles and jump through various “hoops”?

Isn’t that what the original apostles did?

A case in point: Make a visit to a Catholic parish … other than your own … and see how long it takes you to find the rectory or parish office, gain entry, and obtain a face to face meeting with someone who can actually tell you about the RCIA program … and get you signed up.

If you can get that done in less than an hour and a half, send me an email with your name and address, and I’ll send you a free copy of my latest Catholic CD.