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Ha! Theme Song for LCWR

Chelsea Zimmerman sent us this because she thinks CMR is into this kind of low grade humor, mocking the LCWR. Well, she's right!

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14 comments:

LarryD said...

That was funny!

Doug Stein said...

Sigh - it's one thing to sacrifice your womanhood/motherhood to be dedicated body and soul to the Lord. It's another thing entirely to become crones dedicated to the false earth goddess (or other repugnant false gods).

Didn't C.S. Lewis' character Screwtape write to Wormwood that if he couldn't prevent his patient from becoming a Christian, the next best thing was to get him to adopt "Christianity and..." (where the "and ..." can be anything). That way, Wormwood could slowly increase the "and ..." and decrease the "Christianity" until the faith became a minor religious veneer fronting the patient's real passion.

It seems that whether it's "social Gospel" or "choice" or "womynpriests" the result is the same - and similarly depressing to see. Wormwood is afoot among these ladies - so perhaps the visitors from Rome should lay up a supply of holy water and aspergilliums!

Ellyn said...

Very funny. But now I'll have trouble keeping that out of my mind when I watch White Christmas this December. The "Sisters" number is one of my favorites.

Fred Forrett said...

Me too. I love this tune from White Christmas.
Now its going to be tainted by the thought of these heretical nuns who publicly insult and calumny the Church. It must be tough to be a "Nun of Nice" confronting the "God of Truth."

Adele said...

Fabulous... wish they would wear a veil!

http://thecommunionveil.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

So bad. So funny, but so bad. In a good way.

Steve "scotju" Dalton said...

My,they all look like middle-aged leftist agitators left over from the 60's. Hey, wait a minute, they are leftovers! Their themesong should be "Lost in The Sixties Tonight"!

Iowa Mike said...

I loved it!

M. Swaim said...

Who's going to do the parody of T-Pain and Andy Samberg? "I'M ON A BUS!"

Blackrep said...

"Never had to have a chaperone, no sir!"

Never, never, ever.

Anonymous said...

How is it so easy to mock and denigrate and follow the command of Jesus...Love thy neighbor ,judge not and ye shall not be judged, let he who is without sin cast the first stone.....

Mary De Voe said...

3:36 PM. Jesus Christ is the only human person WHO ever lived to have no sin. If these sisters are the Brides of Christ, they need to have some humility. Jesus did not tell the Pharisees that they could not think, call or otherwise speak their truth. Jesus accepted that their truth was that the woman was a prostitute and Jesus acknowledged this by saying: "Go and sin no more." After Jesus was anointed at Bethany by Mary Magdalene, He was never again anointed for burial, ever. The Pharisees were not seeking Justice, they were seeking the death of the woman.

Mary De Voe said...

3;36 PM: The LCWR has brought this issue into the public domain, making and calling for everyone's opinion. Your opinion is that the LCWR is above reproach and that they are sacrosanct and must be accorded amnesty. So, you have judged. The LCWR also has judged the Catholic Church, her tenets and her Pope and Cardinals and disagreed with the Church in their not so humble opinion with abortion, women priests, and gay-marriage, closing Sacred Scripture and everyone's voice on the matter. Our First Amendment gives people freedom of speech to matters brought into the public domain. The LCWR have freedom to rebut any opinion, if there is a reason or an excuse for violating the Catholic Church and demanding to be Catholic.

Julie said...

hahahahaha That was awesome. "Come between me and my maaaaannnn!" Shared with a friend and she said, "Whoever made this deserves a peck on the cheek...from the Pope!" LOL

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