Yesterday, Philip Augustine alerted me to the following quote from one of the National Catholic Reporter’s favorite writers; Michael Sean Winters.
Michael Sean Winters of National Catholic Reporter
“Normally, when I get into a debate with a conservative friend and we are at an impasse, with no hope for resolution, I try to ease the tension with levity, and say, “Well, when the revolution comes, I will put in a good word for you and your family.” To my friends in the Republican political and legal establishment who have not stood up to Trump: When the revolution comes, you are on your own, and I will be clamoring not for mercy but for a seat next to the guillotine, where I can do my knitting.”
Michael Sean Winters, National catholic Reporter, 3 July, ARSH 2018
You have a very perverse sense of humor, if one can call it humor at all, Mr. Winters. Only a blood-thirsty enemy of God and a believer in the atrocities perpetrated by the French during their French Revolution could find anything to laugh about in such a statement. It is straight out of a handbook of Freemasonry and their desire to extinguish all Catholics from the face of the world.
But, of course, you would still consider yourself a Catholic, I’m sure, having changed the Church into the Church of Satan and would perhaps find yourself in good company whilst you do your ‘knitting’ along with all the enemies of Truth, justice, love of neighbor and love of God. What will you be knitting I wonder; perhaps an asbestos suit might be appropriate?
And has the National Catholic Reporter no shame at all? We all know that they are filled to the brim with heresiarchs, but this goes far beyond their normal heresies, like those which Fr. James Martin likes to profess on a daily basis. This has turned the corner from heresy into outright evil and apostasy from the faith. It is a disgrace that your publication continues to blaspheme the word Catholic by using it as part of its name.
And to the readers of this filth, disguised as religion, are you merely peeping Toms or do you read it because you believe it? I find it rather sad that your publication is still in existence in this day and age . . . though it is the perverse nature of this age that makes you relevant. For it is publications such as this that has distanced the Church from God, divided the faith into orthodox and heterodox camps and continues to fan the flames of outright revolution within the Catholic Church.
Have you no shame? But that is a rhetorical question. For if you did both Fr. Martin and Michael Sean Winters would have never been read within your pages. I’m sure dismissing Mr. WInters would be out of the question so I will not even entertain the possibility that you have any sense of decency left in your yellow tabloid.