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More on Card. George’s comparison of the homosexual parade to a KKK demonstration.

From the Chicago Tribune:
Cardinal defends comparing gay parade organizers to Ku Klux Klan
By Brian Slodysko
Tribune reporter
1:03 p.m. CST, December 28, 2011
Setting off a new round in his dispute with gay right activists, Chicago’s Cardinal Francis George has issued a statement … Continue reading

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HuffPo is having a spittle-flecked nutty about Card. George of Chicago.

HuffPo‘s spittle-flecked nutty about Card. George of Chicago. His Eminence made an on-camera remark about the homosexual-activist movement possibly morphing into something like the KKK.
Cardinal George: Chicago Gay Pride Parade, LGBT Movement Could ‘Morph Into Ku Klux Klan’
Cardinal Francis … Continue reading

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Look! Up in the sky! It’s a… giant balloon rosary!

Did you all by now see the giant pro-Life balloon rosary that floated over Chicago?
No?
Click.

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Chicago – 5 June – Bp. Morlino – Pontifical Mass Extraordinary Form – St. John Cantius

Here is something for all of you anywhere near that toddlin’ town Chicago:
Join Most Rev. Robert Morlino, Bishop of Madison, and the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius for the 12:30 pm Tridentine Pontifical High Mass on the External Solemnity … Continue reading

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Chicago: The Pfleger Follies continue!

Giving an ultimatum in public to a Cardinal Archbishop when you are a priest of the diocese entrusted to that that Cardinal Archbishop, would, I believe, be considered by most priests to be at the level of daft.  One might … Continue reading

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Major League Baseball – another Good Friday blown save

There are quite a few Major League Baseball games scheduled for tonight, but there is just one scheduled during the day at the time Good Friday services are on: 2:20 PM ET in Chicago: Dodgers at Cubs at Wrigley.
I honor … Continue reading

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Chicago “LIFE Mob” Hits the Streets Again

From a reader in Chicago:

Chicago “LIFE Mob” Hits the Streets Again
Youth cheer Joe Scheidler and upset pro-abortion rally.
On April 2, 2011, hundreds of pro-life advocates and more than two dozen leaders from all over the country gathered in downtown Chicago … Continue reading

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Chicago Pro-Life Flash Mob!

From a reader:
CHICAGO – A pro-abortion “Walk for Choice” rally was held in
downtown Chicago’s Daley Plaza on Saturday, February 26, 2011.
Participants of the “Walk for Choice” were protesting HR Bill 3
which limits taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood.
As a response to … Continue reading

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Creepy homosexual demonstration at Chicago’s Holy Name Cathedral

Really creepy people.  It is very creepy to disrupt legitimate worship services.
They are cowards, too.  You can bet they wouldn’t do this at a mosque.
And to think that Rahm Emanuel will soon be mayor there.

From LifeSite News:
Gay protesters swarm Chicago … Continue reading

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Notise anything odd about the hedline?

Someone in Green Bey nodded:

I’m not sure I would want to visit Chicaco.

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