The only good Catholic is a bad Catholic
By Diogenes ( articles ) | Feb 05, 2004
Q: When does the Boston Globe set up a pro-life legislator as a model of integrity?
A: When she lashes out at the Catholic Church.
Q: When does the Globe give favorable mention to a legislator's Catholic faith?
A: When she's about to betray that faith.
Q: After 16 years in Catholic schools, and an advanced degree in divinity, what is a bright young lady from Boston likely to know about the Christian idea of marriage?
A: Absolutely nothing.
Q: But if her thinking shows no signs of Catholic influence, where does she get her ideas?
A: From the Boston Globe
Q: What does she gain by following the lead of the Globe rather than the Church?
A: Sympathetic columns like this.
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