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HBO Hates Popes, Loves Kennedys

jkash1776 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 10:53 PM
Denial is a powerful mechanism. Molesters in the Church fed to a public that is so blindly cold hearted that it aborts millions, while screaming for mob vigilantism for accused but not proved guilty priests, is a horrifying spectacle of the future horrors for our undefended children. More than a few bad apples are presently roaming free and even being defended as they transparently molest students, molest their patients, their step children, their slaves, and all that you can do is keep screaming that the only organization visibly addressing wrongs done not in the present day but in the past, can never be forgiven. Denial is a powerful mechanism. The devil uses yours to cry 'foul' against a few while giving a green light to present evil.
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:29 PM


In fact denial is not powerful; there is nothing so weak.

The Church Thank God, survives the world's attacks and rejection. All the denial of scoffers. None of it has power to save even one soul. Only believers come with all their questions answered. There are promises from Our Lord, each day being answered. Happiness is a promise kept; from the Son of God.

But there are lost souls who deny Him. As my pal Mr T. used to say, "I pity the fool."

Colonialgirl Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 2:29 AM
Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world on Monday morning by announcing he would resign at the end of February. For Catholics, there was sorrow and there was gratitude for a Holy Father who taught with such distinction and worked with such care to safeguard the church's theological traditions.

But there are those people who hate the Catholic Church, and they are ecstatic. Take documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney, a man who clearly thinks he is holier than the Pope. He told the Daily Beast that Benedict is a "criminal." This helps explain why he's made a documentary for HBO, the home...