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Voris on Sheen and defense of the Faith September 14, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, Dallas Diocese, Ecumenism, General Catholic.
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I love Michael Voris – he makes my “job” easy, and I am SOOOO lazy.  He has a video relating the time he served as an altar BOY at a Mass in San Francisco, before it became completely crazy (San Fran used to be a very patriotic Navy town All-America city), celebrated by Servant of God Archbishop Fulton Sheen.  Sheen gets approached by a hippie “let’s combine Catholicism with eastern mysticism” type, and hilarity ensues:

Archbishop Fulton Sheen was is a great apologist and defender of the Faith.  May he enjoy the eternal light and splendor of the Beatific Vision.

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1. FrDarryl - September 14, 2010

Charity is a theological – and prudence a cardinal – virtue. Sheen was acting neither uncharitably nor imprudently according to the aretological understanding of those terms. Mr Voris might prudently have distinguished between the cultural connotations and lexical denotations of those terms to avoid equivocation.

I’m just sayin’…


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