Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

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  1. At least he didn’t end his tweet with “Deus Volt!”
    If Pope Urban II had believed as Pope Francis believes, almost all of us would be named Muhammad and the one True Catholic Church would of been shredded. Himself might be suffering from traumatic delusions of grandeur since his aim to live in peace is based upon the assumption that EVERYBODY will be safe, no more wars, after all guns are banned….Holy cow pucky.

  2. “Ban all rocks.” That was my very solution 30 years ago for all of the PLO rocking throwing youth.

    This stupid comment from PF reminds me of the Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror episode where everyone on Earth got rid of all of the guns and then Aliens took over because they had wood boards with nails in them.

  3. I hope this is a put on. It’s not even reality. I remember first becoming Catholic. Boy did I learn how Catholics are about calling it like it is. But this is calling it like it ain’t. It doesn’t even mean anything. He might as well say if we want peace, let’s do away with sin. I’m convinced that Twitter is no place for theological education, and this convinces me I’m right. Maybe it was a delayed April Fools Day prank.

  4. This stupid comment from PF reminds me of the Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror episode where everyone on Earth got rid of all of the guns and then Aliens took over because they had wood boards with nails in them.

    Here you go, John.

  5. one thousand percent fluff, zero percent substance.
    Another leftist progressive statement aimed at the emotive people who, wanting to feel good all the time, do not consider the fact that reality impacts life more than feeling. This is the slow destruction of rational

  6. Given at Rome, on July 1st, 1949.
    Those who turn away from freedom inevitably turn away from God. Something for us all to ponder on this day.
    O glorious Joseph! Who concealed your incomparable and regal dignity of custodian of Jesus and of the Virgin Mary under the humble appearance of a craftsman and provided for them with your work, protect with loving power your sons, especially entrusted to you.
    You know their anxieties and sufferings, because you yourself experienced them at the side of Jesus and of His Mother. Do not allow them, oppressed by so many worries, to forget the purpose for which they were created by God. Do not allow the seeds of distrust to take hold of their immortal souls. Remind all the workers that in the fields, in factories, in mines, and in scientific laboratories, they are not working, rejoicing, or suffering alone, but at their side is Jesus, with Mary, His Mother and ours, to sustain them, to dry the sweat of their brow, giving value to their toil. Teach them to turn work into a very high instrument of sanctification as you did. Amen.
    Pope John XXIII

    From the post above called St. Joseph the Worker and Communism.

    What a perfect response to providing the confused students being activated to frenzies by teachers and leaders a framework for living, if not the basic tenets of the Catholic faith in God, not humans and social media.

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