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 Post subject: The National Catholic Reporter Is On a Roll
PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2005 7:39 pm 
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The other day, in my post "this is rIdiculous" (sorry for the original spelling problem, Doom), I referred everyone to an open letter to the Pope from a priest in India that was published in the NCR.

Now, the blue prints for Vatican III.

It is long, but for those who wish to read this junk, here is the link:

The Blue Prints for Vatican II, National Catholic Reporter

It seems the only redeeming quality of the NCR is Allen. I look forward to his "Word From Rome" every Friday...

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2005 8:25 pm 
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Actually that piece of vomit has been on the national "Catholic" Reporter's site for a while now. A handsome piece of modernist, heretical cr*p.
I usually go to NCR site every couple of months to see what the heretics are up to.

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mike m wrote:
Actually that piece of vomit has been on the national "Catholic" Reporter's site for a while now. A handsome piece of modernist, heretical cr*p.
I usually go to NCR site every couple of months to see what the heretics are up to.


Well, I am not very quick to throw "heretic" around... but yes, they do bother me quite often.

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resourcement wrote:
mike m wrote:
Actually that piece of vomit has been on the national "Catholic" Reporter's site for a while now. A handsome piece of modernist, heretical cr*p.
I usually go to NCR site every couple of months to see what the heretics are up to.


Well, I am not very quick to throw "heretic" around... but yes, they do bother me quite often.

Justin


I don't think its hard to call the NCR as modernists heretical cr*p. Your link to Blueprint displays all that is necessary. There is nothing Catholic about the NCR.


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resourcement wrote:
mike m wrote:
Actually that piece of vomit has been on the national "Catholic" Reporter's site for a while now. A handsome piece of modernist, heretical cr*p.
I usually go to NCR site every couple of months to see what the heretics are up to.


Well, I am not very quick to throw "heretic" around... but yes, they do bother me quite often.

Justin


I don't think its hard to call the NCR as modernists heretical cr*p. Your link to Blueprint displays all that is necessary. There is nothing Catholic about the NCR.


ok.

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I ammend my message - Agomemnon it right - they aren't Catholic so I can't call them heretics. :)

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mike m wrote:
I ammend my message - Agomemnon it right - they aren't Catholic so I can't call them heretics. :)

umm..how does that follow?

If they were Catholic they wouldn't be heretical.... heresy iks the post baptismal denial of a Catholic dogma by any baptised person.

The Church's jurisdiction claims all baptised... did you know that until 1908 all protestant marriages were invalid, non existent, in the Province of Santa Fe... as all baptised, even if they had never entered a Catholic Church, were bound to marry before a priest and according to the rites of Holy Mother Church (in the rest of the US the Benedictive Privilege existed so that even marriages between a protestant and Catholic didn't need to follow canonical form)

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I think he's saying they aren't formal heretics.

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The National Catholic Reporter Is On a Roll?

I probably have a higher opinion of this NCR (the Reporter, not the Register) than most people on this board (that wouldn't be too hard, considering the view of most!)

However my initial thought about "NCR on a roll" was that it was going to say that the NCR is bologna.


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All I know about NCR is that they hate EWTN. I wonder why? :roll:

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