Man Who Didn’t Applaud After Homily Called To Front Of Church To Answer For Himself

November 29, 2017 by  
Filed under Parish Life

Image_Evan-Amos   Longtime parishioner of St. Gertrude Catholic Church Stewart Donaldson is being accused of insensitivity and for “not being a team player” after he was seen not clapping after the church’s pastor concluded his homily last Sunday. Donaldson’s refusal to applaud after the homily was seen by many in the parish, including Fr. James Thomas who delivered the homily, as a slap in the face. Donaldson was subsequently called to the... Read More

Disgruntled Parishioner Vows To Halt Weekly $1 Donation Until Church Accepts Female Priests

November 20, 2017 by  
Filed under Libs & Trads

  Disgruntled Parishioner of St. Agatha Catholic Church James Fitzgerald reported yesterday that he would hence for no longer financial assist the church with his customary weekly one dollar contribution until the Church begins to allow women to become priests. 63-year-old Fitzgerald, who considers himself a “feminist at heart,” told St. Agatha pastor Fr. Timothy Reynolds that he could no longer stand by and watch an outdated institution continue... Read More

Use Of Cell Phones At Mass A “Very Ugly Thing,” Pope Tweets During Mass

November 8, 2017 by  
Filed under Vatican

  Pope Francis took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to chastise some in the priesthood and the laity who use their cell phones to take pictures during Masses, saying they should focus on God instead. “The priest does not say ‘lift up your cell phones to take pictures’ during the Mass,” Francis tweeted to almost 15 million Twitter followers just before he consecrated the Body and Blood of Christ. “He says ‘lift up your hearts.’” A... Read More

Pope Warns Warmongers One Last Time Before Unleashing His Vengeance

November 6, 2017 by  
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Image: Andrew Hermiz   After celebrating the Feast of All Souls Day last week, Pope Francis took to the mic to warn humanity “one last time” that the only fruit yielded by conflict is death by his hands. Using the occasion to remind those gathered that he had “nothing to lose, but the chance for sweet justice,” Francis said he chose to recently visit a cemetery in Nettuno, Italy as a sign that crossing his path meant certain death. Speaking... Read More

Pope’s Announcement Regarding Potentially Allowing Married Men To Enter Priesthood Gives Hope To Nation’s Chalice Chippers

November 2, 2017 by  
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  Pope Francis has reportedly taken the first step in allowing married men to become priests, and in so doing, giving hope to chalice chippers worldwide. If the decision to allow married men to enter the priesthood is approved, the result could cause controversy in the Church, as many conservatives would see this as a lazy way of tempting men into the priesthood so that they will not have to give up the chance of ever having sex to become a priest,... Read More

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