Friday, July 12, 2002

A couple of days ago, Amy Welborn posted a story on how some parishoners in Ohio had refused to call for the oustering of a priest who had molested a 14-year old girl. I posted a comment expressing my lack of surprise at this if the parish in question was one where people regularly held hands during the "Our Father", received communion in the hand, left Mass right after communion, applauded after Mass, and encouraged the use of altar girls. To me, all of these are signs of dissent and heterodoxy. Well, this guy Jim read my comments and felt the need to send me some e-mail for which I sent a response (the last message is chronologically listed first here).

Let's put it this way: you got the full extent of communications from me
that I felt was worth my time.

Go pray to you idol, Pio Nono.

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Ho
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 4:31 PM
To: McCrea, Jim

Is that the best you can do?

The fact that you felt the need to use quotation marks tells me that you
are a relativist who has no qualms toward fomenting dissent.
Theologically, there is a word to describe people like you -- Protestant.

--- "McCrea, Jim" wrote:
> Your version of what is "orthodox" and "hetrodox" in Catholicism is
> sadly
> skewed.
> Jim McCrea
> E-mail:

As any objective observor can see, Jim is pretty feeble minded. I'm praying he isn't Catholic, and I'm also praying for his conversion to the truth.

Wednesday, July 10, 2002 has done an excellent expose on the targeting of American children by homosexual activists. Through my law practice, I can personally attest that the movement to morally relativize homosexuality in California's public schools is especially aggressive. I find it highly ironic that at the same time public confidence in the Catholic Church is waning because of The Scandal, no widespread outrage is being expressed over a movement that effectively gives rise to state sponsored pedophilia.

Tuesday, July 09, 2002

I've just been informed of a somewhat disturbing trend in the law. Strident homosexual practitioners and activists are apparently using domestic violence statutes to obtain restraining orders against people of faith. There is a case in Minnesota where a teacher at a Catholic school has obtained a restraining order against a parent whose "crime" consisted of writing the school priest and questioning whether the presence of a possibly "gay" teacher was safe and complied with Catholic doctrine. The matter is now on appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

In Maryland, a lesbian couple obtained a restraining order shortly after a Christian family moved in next door. What did the Christian family do? Your guess is as good as theirs, although they suspect the Christian bumper stickers on their cars might have prompted the lesbians' apprehension. No big surprise to learn that the ACLU is representing the lezbos.

Monday, July 08, 2002

According to reports, it appears as though the daughter of the guy who won the Pledge of Allegiance case is a Christian who has no problem with either reciting the Pledge or saying the words "under God". There is no morality in atheism.