Trundling out the Galileo myth and other boilerplate anti-Catholic stereotypes, Call to Action dissenter Robert McClory proves once again that the easiest way to get published these days is by rabidly frothing against the moral doctrines of the Catholic faith. McClory piously informs us that “the designation of homosexuality as unnatural and intrinsically immoral has been and is being challenged by responsible experts.” Experts trained, no doubt, by disciples of homosexual and criminal child abuser Alfred Kinsey (search ‘Kinsey’ for more info) who used fraudulent research to undermine virtually all criminal sex abuse laws in America in the 1950’s. Experts my eye!
As for poor Galileo, he could never PROVE the helio-centric theory (neither could Copernicus), and in fact, it wasn’t until hundreds of years later that the pendulum did. Galileo insisted the motion of the tides proved his theories, when in fact, the tides were the result of the gravitational pull of the moon. During Galileo’s time, the Church insisted that until proof could be offered, theory remain just that, a theory. Galileo, they said, was wrong to teach as fact that which he could not scientifically prove. Furthermore, he launched an attack on theology and scripture, which he later retracted. But we shouldn’t expect liberals like McClory to let the FACTS get in the way of their protests for “reform.”
It’s no surprise that McCloy fawns over Common Ground, Cardinal Bernardin’s attempt to make dissent respectable – the real goal was revolution, not communication – which was transparent to orthodox Catholics. Those familiar with Marx’s theory of dialectic history will appreciate Common Ground’s true strategies for undermining Catholic truth. -Truth and dissent from truth are not equal partners in ecclesial dialogue,- said Cardinal Law of Common Ground, and rightly so.
McClory’s article is reprinted below as a fine example of the liberal media’s continued attempts to make Catholics look stupid, and their preference for using Catholics-in-name-only like McClory as their paid hatchet men. God have mercy…