You know you are living in interesting times when an ink stained Fleet Street wretch like Piers Morgan is more Catholic than the Pope:
Why is it deemed unacceptable to wear a red Chinese dress to a prom, but acceptable to lampoon an entire religion at a celebrity gala?
This particular subject is personal to me.
I’m a Catholic.
Not the most devout you’ll ever meet, I’ll admit.
But I was brought up a Catholic – I even received not entirely successful spiritual guidance from nuns as a teenager! – and I still consider myself to be a Catholic.
I know many people don’t believe in any God or religion, let alone Catholicism, and I respect that.
All I ask in return is for my beliefs not to be rudely disrespected.
Just as I always respect other religions even if I don’t believe in what they represent.
To me, this year’s Met Gala crossed a line and was openly, brazenly disrespectful.
By doing so, it confirmed itself as an organisation of rank double standards, because everyone knows they’d have never dared do it to Islam or Judaism.
Apparently – staggeringly – the Vatican gave permission for the Gala to be ‘Catholic-themed’ because it has already provided a variety of clothes and other items for an accompanying exhibition at the Met.
To which my response is: what the hell was the Vatican thinking?
Go here to read the rest. Let PopeWatch answer that question. The Vatican is currently controlled by people who hate traditional Catholicism. It is impossible to imagine this crew associating the Vatican with anything that mocks the sacred cows of the secular elites. However, mocking Catholicism as practiced by those troglodytes who actually believe what the Church has taught for 2000 years? Have at it! We are being trolled by the current crew at the Vatican who have nothing but contempt for the Faith and for us. May God forgive them and quickly end their misrule of His Church.