I have followed Father Corapi for a while and he was by far my favorite Catholic speaker along with Scott Hahn. Father was an inspiration in my life and I consider Father my brother and friend. I have no idea what the truth of the allegations and story is. What I do know is Father was "right on", told it how it was, and his heart was in the right place to say the least. I know he loves our Lord and our Blessed Mother and gave it his all. If for any reason drinking or drugs were involved there … [More]
Gregory - you have made you point ad nausiam there is no need to keep repeating yourself. Are you OCD Gregory? It rather seems so. Do go over your post, you say the same thing over, and over, and over, and over.........
After making ones point clear, there is no need to keep 'banging-on' about it. Clearly you and Cannoli disagree. That all, move on mate!
Holy Cannoli, Claiming to be Catholic, as you do, you express some very awful thoughts and use terrible words here in describing a priest, Our Lord’s anointed
You are defending a traitor to the Church. Now, think for a moment (Gregory attempting to think)..............................................................................................xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?????????????????? … [More]
However, those words coming from lesser men of lesser virtue sound only like hypocrisy and cruelty; Righteous indignation is sometimes perfect medicine, but is only good when coming from real men of perfect virtue.
All of our words and actions (even those that a modernist like you would approve of) are coming from men of lesser virture.
The fact is that we are to emulate the Lord and the heroes of the faith in all things and not merely those things that Gregory deems acceptable. To express …[More]
I cannot help but notice how you, not being able to tolerate the slightest indignity offered by your fellow man, who are your equal,
It is not indignity toward me that is so disturbing. It is you, Gregory and your consummate lack of common sense and refusal to exercise even a modicum of discretion regarding the conman/quitter who now calls himself, “The Black Sheep Dog.” He is a traitor to the Chruch and I am very happy that he has been exposed by his own order, SOLT and by his own …[More]
St. John the Baptist calls the Pharisees a "race of vipers"; Jesus Christ, Our Divine Savior, hurls at them the epithets "hypocrites, whitened sepulchres, a perverse and adulterous generation." St. Paul criticizes the schismatic Cretians as "always liars, evil beasts, slothful bellies." The same Apostle calls Elymas the magician a "seducer, full of guile and deceit, a child of the devil, and enemy of all justice."
SBpfu - Thanks again. I just got off the telephone with a mate of mine who mentioned that now the Americans are Americans FIRST then Catholic. You have said that long ago, this was the reverse, i.e. Catholic first and American second. Consider, that in the old days the memory of the mother country was still fresh and intact, as generations progressed unto a national identity which no longer admits of any European traits (of much force), but rather an exclusive American identity. Now, chaps are … [More]
Ah.... How interesting dear man. Therefore, what you are saying is that until the 70s, the USA's sense of history and tradition was firmly located in thier European roots (German, French, Irish, Polish, Italian, etc.....) and therefore a continuity from the 'old countries' into the 'new' was de rigeur. These roots we strongly seasoned with Roman Catholicism.
On the other hand, with the preference for British culture being so strong from say the 1920s onward, I would have though a C of E … [More]
SBpfu - Greetings chum! I see your point. Thanks. However, the lack of an American History comparable with that of Europe, continues to beg the question: are they [USA] still rebelling against their European roots? (As one priest told Rope upon being questioned about the lack of solemnity in his Mass: "this is America"!)
The British are notorious for having a low oppinion of American culture. I think it was my Grandfather who, upon hearing an American priest speak in Church, or a politician on … [More]
Good afternoon chaps (or morning in the USA) - I rather think that chaps are just quite weary of the clerical problems in and of the Roman Church these days. Where once the Parish Priest was a baston of faith (visibly orthodox, rather than controversial and rebellious), and visibly striving for holiness and the Beauty of God; now he is visibly a social worker and striving for equality with other men. The priesthood has, by the presbyterium itself, tarred and marred themselves.
And I think you are part of the "circle the wagons" mindset.
1. This is not, apparently, at all like the scandals you mention since his order (or whatever it is), far from circling the wagons, has publicized accusations etc.
You're wrong, Grasshopper. SOLT didn't publish the details till they were forced to do so by the threat of the details being made public by Corapi's lawsuit. SOLT should have but failed to pull this sex, drugs and rock & roll conman in years … [More]
You are deliberately trying to provoke me. Hahahaha
You should know by now that I regard you as a harmless puppy...a lapdog...a little Yorkie who only seeks a little attention and a nice doggie treat to keep him happy. Even you must realize that since the memo from SOLT, the Corapi affair is a done deal, a losing battle and that it's only a matter of time before the Black SheepDog is brought to justice.
He did have sexual relations and years of cohabitation (in California and Montana) with a woman known to him, when the relationship began, as a prostitute; He repeatedly abused alcohol and drugs; He has recently engaged in sexting activity with one or more women in Montana; He holds legal title to over $1 million in real estate, numerous luxury vehicles, motorcycles, an ATV, a boat dock, and several motor boats, which is a serious violation of his promise of poverty as a …[More]
Direct your copy and pasted material regarding “Detraction” to the Sheep Dog's superior who disclosed the relevant information on this serial fornicator, drug abuser, and materialistic conman yesterday.
Fr. Gerry Sheehan, SOLT Regional Priest Servant SOLT American Regional Priest Council 3816 Co. Road 61, PO Box 152 Robstown, TX 78380
Excellent that man! I knew we were rather similar in that vein (ie gentlemen of the classics). I have been trying to acquire the full Loeb Library, however, they are so costly of late - not to mention the Patrologia Latina et Graeca. When I have an extra 15K i'll invest. For now, I use the University library.....I rather think them fed-up with seeing me!
SBpfu - Roman Catholic teaching now embraces both Augustinian and Capadocian theology (not to mention all the greats betwixt! ). Prior to the Second Oecumenical Council of the Vatican, we emphasised the Latin fathers ad nausiam. Now, we embrace the east and west.
Therefore, I would recommend, for the purpose of having a balanced Patristic theological overview, a reading of the Capadocian Fathers, Pseudo-Dyonisios, John Chrysostom and the other Great Bishops, the Cyrils (Jerusalem and … [More]