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Does The Wanderer have a “Seamless Garment” Agenda?

James Hitchcock’s article “Abortion and the ‘Catholic Right’” in the Spring 2007 issue of Human Life Review says that The Wanderer has a “seamless garment” agenda. Does this Catholic weekly put economic issues and the Iraq war ahead of the sin of abortion? My guess is no. I believe, that like the weekly columnist Pat Buchanan whom The Wanderer publishes, the newspaper would hold their nose and vote for a W. Bush over an anti-war, but radically pro-abortion Democrat candidate. Hitchcock makes a good point about the newspaper’s “unacknowledged internal conflict” on economic views. Joe Sobran who recently retired does “espouses a minimalist view of the state, according to which almost every project that government undertakes does nothing but harm,” whereas Rupert Ederer, who is the economic expert for the newspaper thinks the government should get more involved in “trade, tax, and monetary” issues as Hitchcock noted in his article. Both Ederer and Sobran have appeared to w

How are E. Michael Jones and Michael Savage Alike?

My brother Joe shows how E. Michael Jones and Michael Savage are alike. Fred I heard the diatribe against the Catholic Church last year on his show. That's when I stopped listening, I was going to give you the details but figured best left unsaid because I knew you liked listening. It's one thing to attack misdeeds of clergy and another to attack the institution and it's authority. Same whith E. Michael Jones misrepresenting the authoritative teaching of the church on Catholic/Jewish conciliation. Sort of leaves me whith mixed emotions because Jones is a true intellectual and great at researchng his topic and Savage can break it all into quick concise soundbites. Seems both are projecting their personal emotional baggage, marketing it to sell, in the hope others will carry it on for them in their self- righteous myopic forums . They know the GREIVANCE GAME and although they rail about the civil rights hucksters, they know how to turn the same techniques to their person

How to teach Purity

How to teach Purity Richard Salbato 9-24-2007 I was asked by many people to expand on my last Newsletter, Sins Against Purity Cause Wars. Father Bart believes we should start a movement within the Church on Purity and Dating. I love the idea, but personally I am a hermit and too involved with my own family to organize anything. I will, however, offer guidelines and suggestions for those teachers and priests who want to bring Purity and Virginity back to the Church. For over ten years now I have been writing Newsletters on Moral Theology because more people today go to Hell for sins against morals than any other reason. Some of those Newsletters are linked below. I suppose the most controversial Newsletter I have ever written on Morals is one of the first I ever wrote. It was a result of people asking me why I did not get involved in the Right to Life Marches and Sit-ins that my friends were involved in. Quickly without even thinking I said, “Abortion is not the problem.” A

"It is disgusting to think that Casey Junior ran as a 'pro-life' candidate."

Fr. Euteneuer said. "But the great disappointment here is Robert Casey, Jr., whose late father courageously stood against the tide for life in his political party. It is disgusting to think that Casey Junior ran as a 'pro-life' candidate. He has betrayed those who voted for him on those grounds." Priest Blasts 'Usual Suspects' For Votes Against Pro-Life Policy FRONT ROYAL, Va., Sept. 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer, STL, president of Human Life International, (HLI) today blasted a gang of 16 Catholic senators for their votes on an amendment to HR 2764 to overturn the Mexico City Policy instituted by President Reagan to prevent U.S. taxpayer dollars from funding overseas abortions. "For the most part it's the usual suspects who claim to be Catholic while their consistent pro-abortion votes amount to a betrayal of the Catholic faith. We expect treachery from them," Fr. Euteneuer said. "But the great disappointmen