Sunday, July 11, 2004

Kerry Is A Heretic

John Kerry(shown above in his memorable role in the shock/gore flick Reanimator) has been charged as a heretic by the Boston Catholic Archdiocese because he received communion while being decidedly pro-choice.

The 18-page document was sent to the archdiocese June 14, but released to the public only yesterday by Marc Balestrieri, a Los Angeles-based canon lawyer and an assistant judge with the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' tribunal, an ecclesiastical court.

"Heresy is a public, ecclesiastical crime," said Mr. Balestrieri, 33, whose complaint is posted at "It affects entire communities. It is one of the greatest sins you can commit."

If the Boston Archdiocese, which is refusing comment on the case, decided to press heresy charges, the Massachusetts senator could be excommunicated.

Of course, we all know that the Catholics are the pinnacle of morality and sit at the right hand of God. Their multiple molestation charges, one of which has resulted in an Oregon Roman Catholic Archdiocese filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in order to not be liable to pay off an eight-figure settlement from one of these suits, have not clouded their sense of what's right and what's wrong.

Balestrieri said he isn't interested in money or excommunication, just Kerry's repentance. Good luck, bro. The guy walked around with his head in a dissection tray killing people, you think he's gonna buckle under a threat of excommunication?

It is sickening how much the Roman Catholic church has been trying to throw themselves into the political melee, where they really have no place under our Constitution, in order to try and draw attention away from their own problems. They are slowly turning themselves into another political tool, possibly hoping that "their" man, Dubya, will be in office four more years and somehow absolve them of any wrongdoing in return for their support.

Of course, since the Bush administration has told the Pakistani government that they need to pick up bin Laden in the next couple of weeks in order to coincide with the Republican national convention, he may get the popular vote. But even if he does, the Catholics are still doomed to Hell. And good riddance to them.

Special Thanks to Julia Duin of The Washington Times for selected excerpts


Blogger chance said...

with the intestines of the last priest lets hang the last politician.

July 12, 2004 at 7:59 AM  

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