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Published on Nov 22, 2017

In the wake of the movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sex scandal, Hollywood’s dark and nasty underbelly is finally beginning to show. From down in the catacombs Michael Matt talks pop culture, pointing out how early Traditional Catholics were just as concerned about the rock ‘n’ roll and Hollywood-driven Sexual Revolution as they were the liturgical revolution of Vatican II. Pope Pius XI issued an encyclical warning against the motion picture industry way back in 1939. Were Catholics of the past just paranoid, or have post-Vatican II Catholics of today simply lost the ability to recognize evil when we see it? Now we have prominent cardinals in Rome eulogizing gender-benders such as David Bowie, while Neo-Catholics hope and pray that AC/DC drummer Malcolm Young is now “playing before the throne of God.” When, exactly, did the Catholic Church agree to an unconditional surrender to the cultural gods of the wasteland?

Some commenters have said that YouTube labeled this episode as “restricted content”, i. e. in the same category as violent or explicit videos. If you have that filter on (to avoid real immoral content), you’ll have to turn it off in order to view this Remnant episode.

SEE ALSO:  http://freemasonrywatch.org/bugnini_vaticanII.html

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Harvey Weinstein, Producer.

 

 

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  Mr. Weinstein your mistaken about the Catholic League.  No one has been more supportive of the Jewish people than the Catholic League.  This blogger has never seen anything derogative ever written against the Jewish Nation in all the years I’ve read the Catholic League articles.

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Source:  http://www.catholicleague.org/harvey-weinstein-seeking-a-fight/

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Published on Dec 16, 2015

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IF YOU CAN PLEASE CONTRIBUTE TO THIS MOVIE.  EXCELLENT CAUSE.

I WILL SUPPORT AN EXCELLENT FILM ANYDAY.  YOU TO ARE INVITED TO DO SO. GOD BLESS. MERRY CHRISTMAS! HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS!

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Source: ‘Spotlight’ Takes Top Prizes

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FOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTS

Muslims Earn Respect Denied Priests

December 8, 2015

Bill Donohue discusses elite reaction to criminal Muslims and priests:

In his Sunday night address from the Oval Office, President Obama warned us not to make sweeping generalizations about Muslims in the wake of the San Bernardino massacre. The killers, he said, “account for a tiny fraction of more than a billion Muslims around the world.” Hillary Clinton went further saying she objects to the term “radical Islam.” Attorney General Loretta Lynch critically noted a “very disturbing rise in anti-Muslim rhetoric.” While Clinton’s remark was inane, the positions voiced by Obama and Lynch made good sense.

If it is wrong to make sweeping generalizations about Muslims based on the criminal behavior of a small percentage of Muslims, why is it acceptable to make sweeping generalizations about priests based on the criminal behavior of a small percentage of priests? From studies done by researchers at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, we know that from 1950 to 2002, 4 percent of all Catholic priests had an accusation of molestation made against them. Of that number, roughly half—2 percent—were ever substantiated. We also know that 3.5 percent of priests accounted for 26 percent of all the victims. Furthermore, Philip Jenkins notes that “Out of 100,000 priests active in the U.S. in this half-century, a cadre of just 149 individuals—one priest out of every 750—accounted for a quarter of all allegations of clergy abuse.” Consider more recent data: In the last 10 years, an average of 8.4 credible accusations have been made against roughly 40,000 priests in any given year.

Negative generalizations about priests are back in vogue thanks to all the attention given the movie, “Spotlight.” While the film itself may not be anti-Catholic, it has clearly given rise to the most condemnatory statements about priests, as well as the Catholic Church, in general. Indeed, wild statements claiming the Church has not changed are being made by everyone from those connected to the movie to film reviewers and pundits. That they are doing so with impunity cannot be denied.

If priests were Muslims, elites would be rushing to their defense. Their silence gives cover to the haters.

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Published on Feb 15, 2014

Titled ‘Gimme Shelter’ goes beyond a Hollywood script. Based on a true story, a teenage girl, played by Vanessa Hudgens, finds out she’s pregnant, amid a whirlwind of drama and instability.

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Father Barron comments again on a movie called the “Ides of March” with George Clooney.  I chose it because the theme of the story is on Idolatry.  Father gives us some good insights for understanding the concept of Idolatry which will help us to discern it.

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