Synod 2015

Synod 2015
"“Non possumus!” I will not accept an obfuscated speech nor a skilfully masked back door to a profanation of the Sacrament of Marriage and Eucharist. Likewise, I will not accept a mockery of the Sixth Commandment of God. I prefer to be ridiculed and persecuted rather than to accept ambiguous texts and insincere methods. I prefer the crystalline “image of Christ the Truth, rather than the image of the fox ornamented with gemstones” (Saint Irenaeus), for “I know whom I have believed”, “Scio, Cui credidi!” (2 Tim 1: 12). (Bishop Athanasius Schneider on Synod 2015)

Friday, October 22, 2010

Juan Williams: A Man of Principle

(click twice in the bottom right to watch on You Tube)

Juan Williams is too good for National Public Radio (NPR). He is often too far to the Left for most Conservatives, but, when it comes to a matter of principle, such as the continuation of the District of Columbia Opportunity Scholarship Program, he is not afraid to speak out for Truth and Right - even if it means criticizing a Left wing president and his secretary of education. Unfortunately for the children of the District of Columbia, Williams ultimately lost this battle.

By now, you've heard all you want to hear about the unjustified and summary dismissal of Juan Williams by the chief executive of NPR. Enough is being said and written about that, but, if justice is to be done, Juan Williams should end up a richer man, and the American taxpayers will no longer be required to subsidize the Left wing propaganda being spewed by NPR on a daily basis.