And so it begins … courageous Catholic bishop attacked by bigots, from both sides!

CHICAGO — A prominent advocate of church-state separation filed a formal complaint with the Internal Revenue Service on Thursday, accusing the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria, Ill., of violating federal law by intervening in a political campaign…

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On Wednesday, Lonnie Nasatir, the regional director of Chicago’s Anti-Defamation League, demanded an apology from (Bishop) Jenky, calling his remarks “outrageous, offensive and completely over the top.”

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Editor’s note: Now we’re cookin’!

It’s high time for Catholic truth to once again begin to prevail against the liberal lies and clap-trap that has been masquerading as such, for the last half century.

We have Barack (the Messiah) Obama to thank for this … not that he deserves any credit … or votes … as a result. He just couldn’t help himself!

One day, the American people will realize that overreaching, totalitarian government is the enemy … while the Catholic Church … advocating time-tested, authentic Christian morality, for the common good of all … is much, much less “heavy-handed” … and much more compassionate, fair and balanced.

As usual,
it’s a choice between Jesus Christ
and the Anti-Christ.

The Catholic Church speaks for Jesus, through the advocacy of the Holy Spirit … so who do you think the other guy speaks for … through the advocacy of: 1) Harry Reid, 2) Nancy Pelosi, and 3) David Axelrod?  Of course: 1) the world, 2) the flesh, and 3) the devil!

Don’t be deceived!

And this is charity: That we walk according to his commandments. For this is the commandment that, as you have heard from the beginning, you should walk in the same: For many seducers are gone out into the world who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a seducer and an antichrist.

Look to yourselves, that you lose not the things which you have wrought: but that you may receive a full reward. Whosoever revolts and continues not in the doctrine of Christ hath not God. He that continues in the doctrine, the same hath both the Father and the Son.

If any man come to you and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into the (WHITE) house nor say to him: God speed you. For he that saith unto him: God speed you, communicates with his wicked works. (2 John 1:6-11)

(For those unfamiliar with scripture, I inserted the above reference to the (WHITE) house, since it was clear to me that something had obviously been lost, in translation.)

Who knew I owe my freedom to Nativists who killed Irish Catholics! The “ground zero mosque” debate gets uglier.

I would like to thank New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, on behalf of my Irish Catholic relatives; indeed, on behalf of all Irish Catholics, including the Kennedy family, for reminding us of the debt we owe to anti-Catholic “Nativists.” Yes, even though I was raised to believe the Nativists spread anti-Catholic prejudice and bigotry with lies about who we were and what we believed, Douthat says I was raised wrong (not surprising, given I was raised by Irish Catholics). In fact, Catholics like my family and the Kennedys should apparently thank the Nativists, because, as Douthat patiently explains, “Nativist concerns about Catholicism’s illiberal tendencies inspired American Catholics to prod their church toward a recognition of the virtues of democracy, making it possible for generations of immigrants to feel unambiguously Catholic and American.”

Got that? Until today, I had always thought the belief that Catholics couldn’t be “unambiguously Catholic and American,” or that the Catholic Church had “illiberal tendencies,” represented prejudice, the kind of prejudice that collided with and eventually gave way to American ideals about equality and religious freedom. I didn’t realize my people had to be “inspired” into fully embracing “the virtues of democracy” by Nativists, often by violence: from Charlestown, Mass, where Nativists burned a Catholic convent in 1834, to Philadelphia in 1844 (where thousands of Nativists attacked Irish Catholics, derided as “scum unloaded on American wharfs,” burned Catholic churches and convents, invaded the homes of Irish Catholics and beat residents), to St. Louis, where a Nativist riot against Irish Catholics killed 10 and destroyed 93 Irish Catholic homes and businesses, or Louisville, Ky., where Nativist mobs killed at least two dozen Catholics on “Bloody Monday,” Aug. 6, 1855.

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