Happy 75th Birthday Card. Zen!

生日快樂 !

Happy birthday to this great lion for Christ and His Church.

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5 Responses to Happy 75th Birthday Card. Zen!

  1. JB Kuang says:

    敬愛的神父:

    謝謝你對中國教會的關懷及祈禱!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Technically, Cardinal Zen is a sheep. ;)

  3. Red China cannot tolerate the red garb of an orthodox Roman Catholic cardinal like Cardinal Zen anymore than the French revolution which is the ultimate cause of all modern day revolutions could tolerate the French Catholic king of the day.

    “Libertas, Egalitas, et Fraternitas” or “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity” were the hapless cries of the French and Chinese revolutions and what has contributed to this very day to the death of the West and the libertine immorality and worship that has infected the Catholic Church since Vatican II. Look at the chaos and pandemonium in the world since the innovation of the “new mass”, a more user-friendly mass, less authoritative, open to innovation and changes by priests and people alike, watered-down lovism sermons, and rock and roll popular songs as hymns in churuch, And what do you have from all this but empty churches and a society run amuck in liberalism, secularism, the culture of death, and worship of the pleasures of self-indulgence.

    There is nothing more beautiful than the Roman Catholic Mass of tradition, properly observed and prayed as a ‘propitiatory’ and ‘impetratory’ sacrifice, overflowing with efficacious graces from Almighty God. Too many today ignore Our Dear Lord’s teachings on proper deportment, intellectually and spiritually, as He explained in one of His most poignant parables. See much more!

  4. Adam van der Meer says:

    Father Z, I believe jhughesdunphy’s comment comes pretty close to being spam! A string of loosely-related ideas finally to advertise a web site…

  5. Tim Hallett says:

    History will eventually show Zen to have been the Stefan Wyschynski of East Asia! There is no greater complement