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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Random Thoughts & Questions on the State of the Faith and the World

Gender ideology is demonic, but who am I to judge?
Many people in the pew could tell you more about sports history and rules than about the history of the Church and her doctrines.

Why is it okay for a man to flaunt his "junk" in front of little girls in a woman's locker room, when he'd be arrested if he hid behind a bush in a trench coat and did the same?

In view of Jesuits universities now fully immersed in the transgender culture which Pope Francis calls "demonic," can we expect them to be disciplined?

The Catholic Church has her own transgender moment: August 1992 when the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments permitted girl altar boys.

The Holy League saved Christian Western Europe from being overrun by Islam at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. Now, 445 years later, Pope Francis instructs Catholics to welcome Islam's invasion with open arms.

Does anybody else think it's weird to celebrate Thursday (as in Ascension Thursday) on Sunday?

If I get up in the morning feeling like a bear, does that make me a bear in a woman's body?

Tupsy likes cream in her coffee; Tuptim takes it black. Topsy likes beer, Tuptim prefers wine. Is that what people mean when they say, "You have your truth; I have mine?"

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