Monday, January 19, 2009

From Fr Hunwicke
  • Unity. On the occasion of the Chair of Unity Octave. When talking of unity Catholics mean it; liberal Protestants don’t. Never trust a Liberal. Always remember, as the slippery bugger looks you straight in the eye, clasps your hand with warm manly sincerity, and assures you on his honour that something-or-other really is the case, that a few decades later (or sooner if it suits him) he’ll sneer at you and say ‘Did I really say that? I think you must have misunderstood me’.
  • On only the priest chanting the Our Father at a Sung or High Mass.
  • Marian apparitions. The church isn’t nearly as credulous as outsiders think, and the hysteria of the condemned (by the bishop, who has that authority) Medjugorje hoax can find a home in Protestantism.

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