Voris too Catholic for Detroit? – UPDATED! December 23, 2011Posted by tantamergo in Admin, awesomeness, Basics, General Catholic.
Michael Voris and Real Catholic TV have been told to stop using the word “Catholic” in the name of their enterprise. There is a long history here, which I am not at liberty to discuss, but there have been concerns over the type and quality of Michael Voris’ and Real Catholic TV’s catechetical efforts. I have certainly not discerned even the slightest hint of heresy from RCTV. In reality, the Archdiocese would like to be able to control RCTV’s content to prevent the “embarrassing” videos on subjects like the manifold failings in the episcopate.
So, in response, here’s a recent Vortex video:
Remember to clear March 4 2012 on your calendar for Michael Voris at the Frontiers of Flight Museum!
UPDATE: Comments brought some thoughts to mind – how do many bishops seem capable of dismissing orthodox, faithful Catholics as a limited, lunatic fringe? I have personally spoken with hundreds, possibly thousands of Catholics who are baffled, at best, by the actions of many bishops. Why are the orthodox often given rough treatment, if not outright dismissed/ignored? So many faithful Catholics are outraged or severely disappointed by so many actions taken by ordinaries, from allowing heterodox, apostate “catholycs” to be employed and corrupt the minds of Catholics at local universities, to allowing Sr. Militant New Age Lesbian Feminist to lead a parish retreat. We’re not blind. We’re not stupid (well, we are, in a way, more later). We see what goes on. Many are outraged. Why are we having to do what is in actuality their job? Why are the bishops often attacking (or ignoring, or blacklisting, or…..) those faithful Catholics, who, in the words of Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand, should be their very pride and joy?
We are sort of suckers, though. Many of us keep going back to that parish with the new age nun DRE, or the heterodox vicar, or whatever. Most of all, we keep sending in the checks. If you want to see change in your local church, wherever it may be, MOVE. Stop going to or supporting in any way heterodox parishes. Most of all, stop giving them your money. Find an orthodox parish and go there. It’s infinitely more important for you to go to a faithful parish than it is to “be loyal” to your neighborhood/town parish. The latter is a fool’s game. And, no, we don’t go to Mass or to a parish to “witness” to others- we go there to get holy and get saved. It is the job of the priest to lead us in sanctification.
If you want change, stop going to the bad parishes. If the whole diocese is bad, pick out the least worst one you can find and assist at Mass there, but send your money to an orthodox religious order like the Benedictines of Norcia or our good Carmelites here locally. Stop sending money. Attendance is one thing, but if you want to see change, stop sending in money – make sure you let them know why. This is the one way to effect change the laity have – and not the pseudo-change of playing priest that’s developed since Vatican II – real change.
Christmas Eve rant concluded.