Monday, March 12, 2007

Sean Hannity Finally Gets Spanked by Dad

If you sniff around you'll find that Sean Hannity finally gets an on air whoopin' that is about time. Sean Hannity, who is an admitted Catholic, was making entertaining comments about meat 0n Friday and open remarks of his support of Birth Control.

Fr. Euteneuer, who was a guest on Hannity and Colmes, stayed with Sean as he began his "shoot-out" style of verbal attacks. Side-stepping Sean's "Red Herring" about his seminary education, and blaming priests like Fr. Euteneuer for the sex scandal, he kept to his guns. When Sean gave him a false dilemna of choosing between BC or Abortion, Fr. chose self control. Knowing his stats, Father reminded Sean that most women get abortions because their BC failed. Finally, at the end, when asked if Father would deny Sean communion, he emphatically said he would. Sean fell silent.

Sean needs this badly. Anybody who is in the public as much as Sean is who makes statements that undermine the faith of Catholics in a major social teaching needs to be taken to the woodshed. This goes the same for politicians. Thank you, Father Euteneuer! Sean may thank you someday, which I hope he does.


At 2:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, but so many Catholics--I think the vast majority--practice artificial contraception without a moment's guilt or hesitation.

So is it their or the Church's position that's untenable?

Isn't there something called sensus fidei? I'm not even sure what that it. Please explain.

At 8:27 PM, Anonymous undergroundlogician said...

Sensus Fidelium: It is that supernatural quality in the Church, from Archbishops to the least of the laity that appreciates and identifies the supernatural qualities of the faith. In other words, God gives his people the ability to see the teachings of the Church as "ringing true."

This is not to be equated with the majority of Americans who thinks it's okay to use the "pill." It is one, not universal; two, it is counter to previous Church teaching.

For instance, if a vast majority of Catholics decide that Jesus does not have two natures, two wills in one person, then a vast majority of Catholics have become heretics. On the other hand, the Assumption of Mary appeals to the sensus fidelium, and can be shown historically through the writings of the Church Fathers, the Feasts that have created in her honor, and writings of the saints and doctors of the Church.

At 6:09 AM, Blogger Cranky Yankee said...

The effort you spent considering anything Hannity has to say was wasted. It's gone forever, squandered... What a shame.

At 11:47 PM, Anonymous undergroundlogician said...

It's all or nothing with you, eh?

At 11:58 AM, Blogger Saur♥Kraut said...

What a pity that the issue of B.C. has become an issue that the Catholic Church feels the need to weigh in on, when there's really no biblical justification for it.

At 12:06 AM, Anonymous undergroundlogician said...

There is no biblical justification for BC as well. As a matter of fact, there is no bibical justification to find biblical justification. That falls under private judgment, which is anti-Scriptural.


Post a Comment

<< Home