Friday, 9 April 2010

Wise words from a Jewish New Yorker

From former New York City Mayor Ed Koch in The Jerusalem Post:

"I believe the continuing attacks by the media on the Roman Catholic Church and Pope Benedict XVI have become manifestations of anti-Catholicism. The procession of articles on the same events are, in my opinion, no longer intended to inform, but simply to castigate."

It takes a Jew from New York writing in a Jerusalem paper to tell so-called Catholic journalists how to write!

I don't think Democrat Ed Koch (as obvious from what he disagrees with in the Church) can be described as one of those "right-wing crazies who believe the Times piece was part of an international conspiracy to destroy the Catholic Church."

But you can put me down as one of those "right wing crazies."

Bishop Fulton Sheen, Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand and Malachi Martin believed it.

If it was good enough for these three great Catholics to believe (it is also in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition) then it is good enough for me.

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