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Diocese Has “Grief Over the Desecration”

July 8th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

. . . of the Earth.

Now please don’t get me wrong – I’m all for inter-faith dialogue. But sometimes it’s just too forced, too unnatural, and too pagan-esque for me to consider genuine. Take this graphic, again courtesy of Facebook:

Really? We’re coming together and overcoming theological differences because of an oil spill? How banal is that? Sure the environment is being hurt by it, and sure, we need to reach out to other faiths, but this? Seriously?

If we were coming together to commemorate the Holocaust, or the heroic actions of St. Maximillian Kolbe in the concentration camps, or even to “dialogue” about Pope Pius XII, I could understand that. This, however, is just a dose of liberal shallowness. Put the oil spill in your prayer intentions, in your rosary intentions, in your holy hour, etc.,  but to build bridges with other people over such a passing and temporary thing is a tad immature. It always seems that when the Church engages in attempts of ecumenism, it’s we who end up bending the knee. This is not ecumenism – it’s lunacy.

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2 Responses to “Diocese Has “Grief Over the Desecration””

  1. Anonymous says:

    The diocese cares too much about what other religions think about us. Hey guys, they aren’t converting! Stop making friends with them, and start preaching the truth to them.

  2. Nerina says:

    If this doesn’t define our diocese, I don’t know what does.

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