Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Further drama in the Hannity vs. Fr. Euteneuer showdown

This only gets more bizarre.

Now a Fr. Morris, who is the Fox News consultant on Catholic matters, admonishes Fr. Euteneuer for calling Sean a heretic and a hypocrite. Um, Sean is a heretic and a hypocrite. Hannity knows Church teaching, refuses to believe it and actually leads others to believing the Church is wrong on life issues. If you don't believe Church doctrine, find a happy pansy church that fits your idea of truth more closely, but don't take our members down the road of secular convenience, Mr. Hannity. The sad thing is, I used to be a fan of Hannity, Michael Savage and Glenn Beck. Then they got into the sport of Catholic-bashing and I not only lost interest but I refuse to listen to them. While there are terrorists and environmentalists out there running crazy, Catholic-bashing is counter-productive. I am no longer on their side(thankfully). Catholics may be easy targets because Bill Donohue is one of the few Americans who will stand up for us. And he is only one man and can only be in one place at a time.
I'm actually glad this happened with Sean. I was on the fence about him because while he has done some great things standing up for current issues and political conservatism, he is a sorry excuse for a Catholic. If you don't agree with something, keep it to yourself. Accountability can be a dangerous thing when you are an international mouthpiece.

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