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)

Monday, January 10, 2011

Robert P. George: The Dishonorable Sheriff

(Professor Robert P. George)

(Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik)

When a so-called law enforcement officer waxes political, especially when espousing a partisan ideological viewpoint (totally absent of facts), he needs to be called on it. No one could do that better than Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, and he did it last night on The Corner on National Review Online.

Here's the link:

The Dishonorable Sheriff - By Robert P. George - The Corner - National Review Online

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