Today’s question: What you do not like about the Catholics?

Question: What you do not like about the Catholics?

Answer: Catholics are the spoiled, rich kids of the Christian faith, on whom God has always lavished his inestimable love, sanctifying grace, awesome power and tender mercies.

God provides Catholics with a wide array of extraordinarily effective, spiritual “tools” with which Catholics might act to secure their eternal salvation, in Jesus Christ.

Jesus also never fails to appear on every altar, in every Catholic Church, all around the world, every hour of every day, every day of every year, at Holy Mass, so that Catholics might (through him, with him, in him, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, while giving great honor and glory to God the Father) faithfully renew the divine promise of Jesus’ one time, once for all, perfect and atoning sacrifice for the sins of the world.

It’s just not fair! Not fair, I tell you!

Asked and answered today on Yahoo!Answers. (Slightly edited for clarity and content.)


  1. John 17:3 This is Life Eternal…..

  2. Well….

    Let me narrow the question to what I don’t like about most modern American Catholics. My answer is: They are amateurs who just don’t know that they are.

    That said–and in Charity to them–most can’t help it. They were first propagandized by the propagators of V-2, Then–if they were young and impressionable enough–they were deliberately underformed and undercatechized into the protestantism-lite that we have today passing as Catholicism in the US and elsewhere.

    I really don’t mean to be mean. However, I cannot help but think of, say, EWTN as being pitched at amateur Catholics, i.e. those who have no frame of reference deeper than the most recent “canonization” decreed by Francis, the talking pope.

    I think I’d better stop here.

    • Subscribe to Church Militant. Michael Voris knows about the Church of Nice

      • Thanks for the suggestion, Cathy. I’m not saying I know it all. But I’m at an age where I need another subscription to anything like I need another hole in my head. I started shedding such informational appendages before I was 50. Quite a while ago.

        I have visited the CM website once or twice: enough to ascertain no need to join yet another choir to be preached to. At this point–and under life-circumstances that I won’t go into–I’m content to retreat from most polemic and occasions thereof, and use the time saved for more prayer.

        I infrequently scratch residual commentarial itches on a meager handful of well-chosen sites.

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