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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Lesbian cries about not being the right kind of Catholic

Lesbian teacher fired from the Catholic school she worked at writes“This weekend I married the love of my life and unfortunately I was terminated from my job as a result,” she wrote. “In their eyes I’m not the right kind of Catholic for my choice in partner.”

The "right kind of Catholic", is one who is actually a practicing Catholic that doesn't reject Catholic teaching. Those Catholics who pick and choose this or that to believe and reject teachings they don't like are called heretics

So she's right, she is NOT the "right kind of Catholic" to teach children in a Catholic private school (or anywhere else). 

Upon being fired for "marrying" another woman, Jocelyn Morffi went on Instagram (using the hashtag #GuiltyOfLove) and the mental midgets came out of the woodwork to bemoan the big mean old Catholic Church for teaching that same sex relations are mortal sin that leads to eternal damnation,while cheering this woman on in her sin. 
harveyxlove_This is heartbreaking 💔 I hope you get everything you want because you deserve it ❤️
This dope thinks the lesbian "deserves" "everything" she wants because she... married another woman? 😕
blue_heffna_6Congratulations on marrying the love of your life.....if one door closes,many more will open.
Yeah genius, the door to Heaven just closed and the door to Hell was thrown wide open. 

I found this comment particularly interesting...
karmaaaalove; I'm 28years of age, I'm married to the love of my life who is a woman, I respect that she doesnt believe in religion or go to church with me but she does believe in God, she respects that I go to church every Sunday to listen to God's word, I don’t take the offering but I respect his word. I was raise a true Catholic since the age of 5years old meaning I did my baptism, confession, communion, and confirmation. I stand a true Catholic in my heart by Obeying Gods word. As I cry every Sunday when i am at church because I can't take the offering of God, I respect that it is not okay to take the offering because i'm married to a woman and in God's eye’s it’s not okay. I feel that you shouldn’t got fired but maybe you shouldn't be working in a Catholic school not because you are not the right kind of Christian but because in God's eyes it is not okay for a woman to marry another woman. And you should walk away with pride in your heart Knowing you will find another school that will love you maybe a public school to teach and embrace this is okay to move foward and love who you love. Catholic is Catholic and we should respect their religion as we should respect all religions. This is just my opinion as I believe that God love us the way we are, and he made us who we are, but respect God's wishes. By the way congratualations from me and my wife to your family. @teachhope70x7 @teachhope70x7
This woman, knows that God says same sex relationships are wrong, she attends Mass and rightly doesn't receive Holy Communion, yet she still "marries" another woman KNOWING it is wrong. And still she declares "I stand a true Catholic in my heart by Obeying Gods word." She thinks she's "obeying God's word"? 🙈

These Catholics are delusional. So are the parents of the children from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School in Miami, where this teacher was fired from. They, of course, are in an uproar that a heretical "married" lesbian Catholic teacher was fired from the school. 
Quote: "Parents learned of the firing in a letter they received from the school on Thursday evening, which did not give a reason for the decision. On Friday morning, roughly 20 parents gathered at Sts. Peter and Paul to demand an explanation from the school principal.
We were extremely livid. They treated her like a criminal, they didn’t even let her get her things out of her classroom,” said Cintia Cini, parent of one of the children in Morffi’s class. Cini said that the parents hadn’t known Morffi was gay, but did not care about her sexual orientation. “Our only concern was the way she was with our children, the way she taught our children and this woman by far was one of the best teachers out there,” she said."
Why would any Catholic parent, sending their Catholic child to a Catholic school want a person living in public mortal sin teaching their children? What sort of example does that set for your children that you are supposedly raising Catholic? Boggles the mind! 

Why bother sending them to a Catholic school at all?
Quote: Parents at Sts. Peter and Paul said they will continue to protest the decision.
“We were completely outraged, all of the parents,” said Samantha Mills, whose child was in Morffi’s class last year. “This teacher in particular has made such a contribution to the school. She never imposes her personal beliefs on others. She just does everything in love. She has a way of teaching that is so amazing.”
One parent, Valentina Simon, said she considered withdrawing her child from the school when she heard that Morffi had been fired based on her sexual orientation. “This is really bad,” said Simon. “It can’t be that in 2018 ... they still do this type of thing.”
To be clear, the school did NOT fire the woman "based on her sexual orientation", she was fired because she "married" another woman, not because she was a lesbian. 
Statement from 2015As Florida became the latest state to legalize same-sex marriage this week, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski sent a memo to all church employees reiterating that any expressions of support for gay marriage — even if it’s only a tweet or Facebook post — could cost them their jobs.
“Whatever the role in which you serve within the Archdiocese, you publicly represent the Catholic Church and the Archdiocese in everything you do and say,” Wenski wrote in the memo, which was reported by the local NBC station.
Wenski then included an excerpt from the employee handbook stating that all archdiocesan workers “are expected to conduct themselves in a moral and ethical manner consistent with Catholic principles.”
The section went on to state that conduct inconsistent with Catholic teachings could lead to firing, “even if it occurs outside the normal working day and outside the strict confines of work performed by the employee for the Archdiocese.”
“Employees should exercise discretion when posting on social media sites, and note that online activity indicative of prohibitive behaviors may subject an employee to disciplinary action or termination,” it said.

That is perfectly clear. If you don't like the rules, don't work for the Catholic Church. It's really that simple. 

But sadly, the parents either are ignorant of the Church's statement on this issue, or they (like so many heretics in the Church today) wish to protest and attempt to force the Church to change its teachings to suit society's whims. 

These parents aren't concerned with the souls of their innocent children at all. They are only concerned with a heretical lesbian's job. 

How far Catholic parents have fallen.  May God helps us all, especially the innocent children being raised by such lacking Catholic parents. 

In Christ, 

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner 

This is what a Catholic wedding looks like: 
1 man + 1 woman = marriage in the eyes of God and His Holy Catholic Church. 


Thursday, February 8, 2018

EWTN Press Release: Michael Warsaw Honored

EWTN Chairman & CEO Michael Warsaw Honored

With Prestigious Award for Evangelization

EWTN Chairman & CEO Michael P. Warsaw (center) receives the Bowie Kuhn Special Award for Evangelization during the 2018 Legatus Summit in Orlando, Fla. The award was presented by Legatus Chairman Tom Monaghan (right), Founder of Domino's Pizza, and Jack McAleer (left), a member of EWTN's Board of Governors and Legatus Secretary.

Irondale, AL (EWTN) –  EWTN Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw was honored with the Bowie Kuhn Special Award for Evangelization during the 2018 Legatus Summit in Orlando, Fla. The award ceremony was held during the recent annual gathering of Legatus, the world’s premier membership organization for Catholic CEOs and business leaders committed to learning, living and spreading the Catholic faith. Warsaw is a charter member of the Washington, D.C. chapter of Legatus.

The Bowie Kuhn award recognized Warsaw’s role in evangelizing through Catholic media and for being an outstanding Christian witness not only within EWTN, but to the broader community.  The award was presented by Legatus Chairman Tom Monaghan, Founder of Domino’s Pizza and Jack McAleer, a member of EWTN’s Board of Governors and Legatus Secretary.

“All of us as Catholics, and particularly those of us in Catholic media, have a responsibility to reach out to the peripheries of society and to address the needs of people who are living in spiritual poverty” said Warsaw, in accepting the award.  “Sometimes, that means reaching out and serving people somewhere across the globe, but more often than not it’s about reaching out to our neighbors next door or down the street who are also living in the depths of spiritual poverty and sharing with them the beauty, truth and goodness of the faith.”

Past recipients of the award include Attorney and Philanthropist Tim Busch, of Orange County, California; Curtis Martin, Founder of FOCUS; Thomas Peterson, President and Founder of Catholics Come Home; and Luisa Kuhn, wife of the late Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, for whom the award is named.

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 37th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. EWTN’s 11 TV channels are broadcast in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week to over 275 million television households in more than 145 countries and territories. EWTN platforms also include radio services transmitted through SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio, and over 500 domestic and international AM & FM radio affiliates; a worldwide shortwave radio service; the largest Catholic website in the U.S.; electronic and print news services, including Catholic News Agency, “The National Catholic Register” newspaper, and several global news wire services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division. 

Monday, January 22, 2018

Fr James Martin says the Virgin Mary opposed Jesus Christ because Jesus was crazy

Father James Martin strikes again, taking another shot at the Holy Mother of God on his Facebook page

Martin says...get this... that Mary and Jesus's extended family thought Jesus was "crazy" and they (his family) needed to "restrain" Jesus Christ from his insane delusions. 😕

Fr. James Martin, SJ
Who's side are you on? Today's Gospel (Mk 3:22-33)  
Today’s reading is especially notable for what it leaves out. It omits one of the most surprising of all Gospel passages, which still has the power to shock many Christians. It was part of Saturday’s Gospel:
"Then Jesus went home; and the crowd came together again, so that they could not even eat. When his family heard it, they went out to restrain him, for people were saying, 'He has gone out of his mind.'"
Even that is a polite translation. Most New Testament scholars say that it’s not accurate to say that the family went to restrain him because others said he’s

out of his mind. No, his family went to restrain him because they were saying he was out of his mind
So Jesus’s family, that is, Mary and his extended family, have made the trip all the way to Capernaum, by the Sea of Galilee, from Nazareth, which is a considerable distance, to “restrain him.” Because they thought he was crazy. Tomorrow we hear Jesus’s response to their showing up to restrain him. He’s told “Your mother and brothers and sisters are outside asking for you.” He says, “Who are my mother and brothers? Those who do the will of God are my brother and sister and mother.”
So his family opposes Jesus. And he rejects them. Can we believe this story? Could this have been added for some reason by Mark?
Daniel Harrington, SJ and John Donahue, SJ, write in the "Sacra Pagina" commentary on the Gospel of Mark, make this observation: “Such a charge would hardly have been made up by the early church, and so this may reflect the historical view of the relatives of Jesus, none of whom had been called to the circle of the Twelve.” 
In other words, some of his extended family, and apparently Mary, opposed him at least at the beginning of his ministry.
What we do read today is opposition from another group: the scribes. The scribes, especially those from Jerusalem, are the most adamant opponents of Jesus in Mark’s Gospel. They were part of the religious leadership and the learned class. They critique Jesus for his healing, lobbing against him a far more serious charge than being crazy: he is in league with Beelzebul, or Satan. That name, incidentally, is associated with the Canaanite God Baal. So Jesus, goes the charge, is worse than crazy, and in modern parlance worse than a heretic: he’s evil. Imagine having among the most learned of the religious leadership say that.
I bring this up to emphasize that Jesus faced opposition, and fierce opposition, from two groups whom you would think would naturally have supported him: his family and religious leaders. 
But the Gospels give us little indication that it bothered him. He doesn’t explain himself to his family, with some lengthy brief about what he’s doing, what his mission is, what happened in the desert or at his baptism, and why he’s left them behind. Nor does he try to calm them down. He simply reminds his listeners, not his family by the way, that ties to God are more important than familial ties. 
He doesn’t really explain himself to the scribes in this passage either. Meaning he doesn’t say, “Look at all the good I’m doing; look at how many people I’m healing; and look at all the great things I’m saying; look at how I really am in line with the law. He points that out in other contexts but here he doesn’t. Instead he points out how illogical what they are saying is, and for good measure, says that they are sinning by denying the power of God at work in him. 
So he dismisses both charges, very forcefully, and then simply gets on with his work. He tells his family that they’re not his family and the scribes that they’re the ones doing the sinning. 
How is he able to do this? Well, of course he is the Son of God, with an intimate relationship with the Father, which gives him a grace that we cannot understand. But on a human level, in a way that we can understand, he’s free. He doesn’t need his family’s acceptance. He doesn’t need the approval of the religious authorities. He doesn’t need to be loved. He doesn’t need to be liked. He doesn’t even need to be listened to. He’s free. And that makes him both effective and dangerous. 
What can we learn from this? Well, as Christians, we can ask ourselves how free we are of the need to be loved, liked, or approved of? How free are we of the need to be important in other people’s eyes? How free are we of the need for status? For being part of the “in crowd”? How free are we of the need to be approved of by the religious authorities of our time? How free are we of the need to have the approval of the larger society? How free are we of the need for status and power? How free are we to proclaim the Gospel? Because there is the temptation that if we do, people will think we are out of our minds.
Sometimes being a good Christian does not lead to opposition, and in fact leads to people approving of you, and liking you and even loving you. Perhaps that’s most of the time. But there are times when it does not. When people will think that we are in league with the devil or will think that we are out of our minds. 
And then we have a choice. With whom do we stand? The crowd--or Jesus? Our families--or Jesus? Religious authorities--or Jesus? 
In those difficult times, the choice may be hard. But at least it’s clear. -end quote-
There is nothing "clear" in Fr. James Martin's theology, but there is always plenty of heresy. 

Apparently, Martin believes that Mary suddenly got struck dumb and everything the Angel Gabriel told her was wiped from her memory along with all that happened since the birth of Christ...the angels, the shepherds, the prophets etc. Poof! Gone from her memory so she had zero idea that Jesus was the Christ and believed Jesus must be "out of his mind" to think as he did. 

The only one "out of his mind" here is Fr. James Martin. This guy is dangerous! 

I would pity Fr. Martin if he didn't repulse me so much. 

Our Church is in a terrible, terrible state to spawn priests such as Fr. James Martin. 

God have mercy on us all and deliver us from such priests! 

In Christ,

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner 

To anyone interested in what set off Fr. Martin, it is chapter 3 of the Gospel of Mark beginning with Saturday's reading (20-21). 

Please read it, and tell me if you come to the same conclusions Fr. Martin has...that Mary opposed her son because she thought he was crazy. 

Mark 3  Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (DRA)  

1 And he entered again into the synagogue, and there was a man there who had a withered hand.

2 And they watched him whether he would heal on the sabbath days; that they might accuse him.

3 And he said to the man who had the withered hand: Stand up in the midst.

4 And he saith to them: Is it lawful to do good on the sabbath days, or to do evil? to save life, or to destroy? But they held their peace.

5 And looking round about on them with anger, being grieved for the blindness of their hearts, he saith to the man: Stretch forth thy hand. And he stretched it forth: and his hand was restored unto him.

6 And the Pharisees going out, immediately made a consultation with the Herodians against him, how they might destroy him.

7 But Jesus retired with his disciples to the sea; and a great multitude followed him from Galilee and Judea,

8 And from Jerusalem, and from Idumea, and from beyond the Jordan. And they about Tyre and Sidon, a great multitude, hearing the things which he did, came to him.

9 And he spoke to his disciples that a small ship should wait on him because of the multitude, lest they should throng him.

10 For he healed many, so that they pressed upon him for to touch him, as many as had evils.

11 And the unclean spirits, when they saw him, fell down before him: and they cried, saying:

12 Thou art the Son of God. And he strictly charged them that they should not make him known.

13 And going up into a mountain, he called unto him whom he would himself: and they came to him.

14 And he made that twelve should be with him, and that he might send them to preach.

15 And he gave them power to heal sicknesses, and to cast out devils.

16 And to Simon he gave the name Peter:

17 And James the son of Zebedee, and John the brother of James; and he named them Boanerges, which is, The sons of thunder:

18 And Andrew and Philip, and Bartholomew and Matthew, and Thomas and James of Alpheus, and Thaddeus, and Simon the Cananean:

19 And Judas Iscariot, who also betrayed him.

20 And they come to a house, and the multitude cometh together again, so that they could not so much as eat bread.

21 And when his friends had heard of it, they went out to lay hold on him. For they said: He is become mad.

22 And the scribes who were come down from Jerusalem, said: He hath Beelzebub, and by the prince of devils he casteth out devils.

23 And after he had called them together, he said to them in parables: How can Satan cast out Satan?

24 And if a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.

25 And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.

26 And if Satan be risen up against himself, he is divided, and cannot stand, but hath an end.

27 No man can enter into the house of a strong man and rob him of his goods, unless he first bind the strong man, and then shall he plunder his house.

28 Amen I say to you, that all sins shall be forgiven unto the sons of men, and the blasphemies wherewith they shall blaspheme:

29 But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost, shall never have forgiveness, but shall be guilty of an everlasting sin.

30 Because they said: He hath an unclean spirit.

31 And his mother and his brethren came; and standing without, sent unto him, calling him.

32 And the multitude sat about him; and they say to him: Behold thy mother and thy brethren without seek for thee.

33 And answering them, he said: Who is my mother and my brethren?

34 And looking round about on them who sat about him, he saith: Behold my mother and my brethren.

35 For whosoever shall do the will of God, he is my brother, and my sister, and mother.

Fr. Martin Facebook:

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Deacon goes to the dogs

 St. Rose of Lima Eddystone, PA's mission statement...

And here is their deacon providing his version of a "spiritual experience"...
Deacon Anthony Dilenno 

I'm not sure what is sadder...the fact that this deacon wore a dog mask for Mass... 

...or the stupidity of the people on social media cheering him on. 

Really people? Gushing about a deacon giving a homily at Mass... in a dog mask? 😒

I'd be weeping. 

Why are people saying "that's great" and "I may start coming to church with this guy"? This guy? What about the guy who DIED FOR YOU, YOU FREAKING MORON!

These people are so incredibly stupid its painful to witness.

If you go to Mass and aren't overwhelmed by the FACT that GOD is there, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity why in the world would you be thrilled to see a man in a dog mask? 

Do you not see how far you've fallen? 

God help you. 

To the people of this parish, this is what Mass is supposed to be about:

In Christ, 

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner 



Wednesday, January 10, 2018


Praying for Michael Voris' father Russ... 

Go forth, Christian soul, from this world
in the name of God the almighty Father,
who created you,
in the name of Jesus Christ, Son of the living God,
who suffered for you,
in the name of the Holy Spirit,
who was poured out upon you,
go forth, faithful Christian.

May you live in peace this day,
may your home be with God in Zion,
with Mary, the Virgin Mother of God,
with Joseph, and all the Angels and Saints.

In Christ, 

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner 


Saturday, December 23, 2017

My Christmas wish...priests with brains

When Fr. James Martin retweets another priest you generally know what you're getting, but sometimes you still have a what-the-hell-is-that moment. 

This is one of those moments. 

The tweet is from Fr. Peter Wojcik who tweets a picture of the Holy Family as illegal immigrants, illegally entering a country. Fr. Wojcik then encourages illegals to continue to dream of illegally entering countries because, (get this)...Mary believed God was faithful to his promise. 

What the hell does that mean? That God promises people who want to enter countries illegally that they will get there? Encouraging people to make the deadly trek across borders that is known to kill people? 

Great message Fr. Wojcik, how many people will you have killed by encouraging this? 

Talk about using Jesus for politics!  This is disgraceful and potentially deadly! 

Way to go Father. 

In Christ and praying for priests with brains, 

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner


One more thing...

Guess who these two are...?

Can't tell by their clothes? Neither could I. 

It's Father Wojcik and Sister Celine. 

Christmas wish #2...bring back the cassocks and habits! 

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Death of Fr. Andrew Apostoli

EWTN Chairman & CEO on Loss of Fr. Andrew Apostoli

Irondale, AL (EWTN) –  Statement from EWTN Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw: “All of us at EWTN are saddened by the loss of our dear friend Father Andrew Apostoli, CFR. Father Andrew was a constant presence on the Network for nearly twenty-five years, particularly as the host of “Sunday Night Prime” for the past five years. We always looked forward to his many visits to Irondale to produce programs. He was such a kind and holy man who always brought joy to the EWTN Family and who was a constant witness to the Franciscan spirit. We will certainly miss him.”

EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 37th year, is the largest religious media network in the world. EWTN’s 11 TV channels are broadcast in multiple languages 24 hours a day, seven days a week to over 268 million television households in more than 145 countries and territories. EWTN platforms also include radio services transmitted through SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio, and over 500 domestic and international AM & FM radio affiliates; a worldwide shortwave radio service; the largest Catholic website in the U.S.; electronic and print news services, including Catholic News Agency, “The National Catholic Register” newspaper, and several global news wire services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Death and funerals

Sorry to have been away from my blog for so long. 

After suffering the sudden tragic death of my 20 year old nephew in late September things have been very difficult. 

While the rest of my family and friends cling to "he's with the angels and our Lord now and at peace"...I know what the Catholic Church has always taught about those who die unbaptized and outside the Church. There is little comfort for me in those words. 

While I have Masses said for him and pray for his soul, I can't help but feel my failure. I took time for granted with him, I thought I would have more time to reach him with the Faith. I did not have that time. I have to live with that. It's a horrid lesson to learn, but one now written deeply within my own soul that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. 

This morning I attended another funeral and will be attending yet another funeral Mass this evening. Two in one day. 

Death seems to have a foothold around here lately and all I am doing is going from one funeral to another. 

What doesn't seem to change is that people want so desperately to believe that when a person dies, they are suddenly perfect and worthy of Heaven merely because they died. Didn't matter how they lived their lives, death in its self seems to make a person worthy of Heaven is the theology too many people cling to. 

Who started this nonsensical idea? Must have been the devil himself. 

In Christ and still in mourning, 

Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner 


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