At the start of Lent I made this post about this stupid "Lenten Carbon Fast" oozing from the modernist pits of the Archdiocese.
I never thought any real priest would take it seriously.
Then I walked into St. Nick's in Wilkes-Barre where Monsignor Rauscher rules the roost, and there I found large piles of the "Lenten Carbon Fast" calendar collecting dust! Doesn't seem like too many parishioners took one home, which is a good thing.
When I first heard about this "fast" at the outset of Lent, my question was "How will taking a shorter shower help me get to Heaven?"
Answer: It doesn't, so therefore it is a bunch of ridiculous nonsense to be ignored by true Catholics. It seems to be a big fake out by the Archdiocese of Washington to take the true meaning of Lent and try to substitute some false reality the liberals are trying desperately to force onto us, global warming.
Oh hold on. They found that the globe isn't warming so they changed the name to "climate change". I'm all for "climate change" by the way. It brings forth new seasons.
Like Spring and stuff.
Here is today's message Monsignor Rauscher would like you to give a crap about for March 14:
The world's poor will be hardest hit by climate change. Join Catholics taking action and raising our voice on behalf of Creation and the poor. Sign the Saint Francis Pledge.I'm gonna call Rauscher up tomorrow and see if he actually approved this junk to be put in the back of his Church, and maybe then I'll call Monsignor-Bishop-Elect-Bambera and see if he agrees that it is an appropriate thing to be pushing in Catholic Churches during the penitential season of Lent.