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Honest and Open Dialogue – Ray Gives it a Flush

July 18th, 2010, Promulgated by Gen

From the man that perpetually touts “honest and open dialogue,” and condemns those that appear to be too “black and white,” comes a new video which surmounts his previous achievements in the realm of theological and ecclesial lunacy.

Here is his video, in which he declares, “Communication from the Vatican? Give it a flush!” What absolutely adolescent behavior from a man trying to be the champion of his cause. How can you claim to want genuine dialogue, then call the Successor to St. Peter stupid? That’s not dialogue. What it is, however, is sticking his fingers in his ears while yelling “I’m Ray Grosswirth, married priest from Rochester, New York!!!! I’m not listening!!!! I’m not listening!!!!”

Enough games, Ray. People tire of the same old toilet humor antics. Then again, it is a fitting metaphor that liberal thoughts and efforts for “reform” have their seat in your bathroom, whereas ours starts before the Blessed Sacrament.

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8 Responses to “Honest and Open Dialogue – Ray Gives it a Flush”

  1. SISTER EMILY says:

    Now that was attractive, back wash and all!!

    Instead of saying what comes to mind, I will say Ray you need help. Lots of it!

  2. jetscubs86 says:

    I don’t mean to be uncharitable in my written words; however, his eyes to me seemed very cold. I don’t think he blinked once. That cold stare into the video camera kind of freaked me out. Actually, this whole women ordination thing freaks me out. We must pray for him and those who are anti-Vatican.

  3. Christopher says:

    Your prayers aren’t working if your a cubs or jets fan 😉

  4. Anonymous says:

    jetscubs86…Try watching full screen.

  5. Christopher says:

    There’s gotta be a better way to get Ray’s message across then wasting water like that. I’m going to recommend the social justice committee take a look at this and find ways to cut down his carbon footprint.

  6. jetscubs86 says:

    MORE INVITING? As if Jesus present in the Eucharist isn’t inviting enough. I painfully watched it again… (in full screen). Now if I can’t sleep tonight, I’ll blame anonymous.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Enough with the potty talk, Ray!

  8. Anonymous says:

    I just heard a great sermon about how Jesus changed so many ways of dealing with women, for example, by allowing Mary the sister of Martha to listen at his feet, and yet still did not choose them to be apostles and how the church is faithful to him by not ordaining women.

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