A kick in the teeth

So whilst ordinary lay Catholics are fighting tooth and nail in order to keep abortion out of Ireland, whilst GPs are finding their jobs and families are on the line for speaking their minds, what is happening to that nominal Catholic Enda Kenny? You know the man who closed Ireland’s embassy in the Holy See, who misled the Irish public with regards to the Cloyne Report, pointing the finger solely at the Vatican in a speech loaded with venom and vitriol?

What’s happening to the man who is trying to force priests to legally be compelled to break the seal of confession? Ah yes, that’s right a Catholic University is awarding him an honorary doctorate.

“Prime Minister Kenny is an internationally respected leader with a well-known reputation for promoting human rights and causes of social justice, two issues that resonate with the Boston College community,” said University Spokesman Jack Dunn.

Only if you are born it would seem.

This is the man who pitched up at Knock international airport to unveil a statue of a Catholic Monsignor (Knock being a noted site of holy pilgrimage) on a weekend that saw an influx of Catholic pilgrims praying for the unborn, and responded to threats of excommunication saying ‘I have my own way of speaking to God’.

What in the name of all that’s holy, is this all about? What a kick in the teeth. Disgusted, scandalized, demoralized, doesn’t begin to cover it. Demonic comes somewhere close perhaps.

4 thoughts on “A kick in the teeth

  1. As Victor Meldrew would say “I don’t believe it”!

    The world must have gone barking mad when a Catholic College would consider conferring an honourary doctorate on Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

  2. Given thrir track record over the past few years, I don’t think that any of the American Jesuit universities qualify as being Catholci any more.

    1. I am not at all happy that Boston College is conferring an honourary doctorate on Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

      I thought that I was voting for a pro life party when I voted for Fine Gael. There are so many young people emigrating to look for work. Ireland needs jobs not abortion.

      I wonder about the people who died for the Catholic Faith in Ireland in centuries gone by. What was it all for?

      Jesus told his followers not to weep for him but for themselves and their children.

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