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October 22, 2010

Here you go, you stubborn ecumenical evangelicals. Here is your pro-family "co-belligerent in the cultural wars." This same Antichrist, this papal comrade of yours was, and is, a moving force behind the advancement of the sodomite agenda, minus "same-sex marriage." That is easily documented, as we have at other times. And it is the Vatican, working through the pope's bishops and priests, which has been laboring mightily for decades in our state and federal legislatures to socialize our American government and culture. And shall we go on to talk about the popish agenda, which includes abolishing capital punishment of cold-blooded murderers, the destruction of the right to keep and bear arms, and the establishment of a "world polictical authority" with "real teeth"? Where should we stop? What of the Roman Catholic bishops' tireless efforts, both lawful and unlawful, to romanize American through illegal immigration, in the process also destroying our nation's sovereignty and safety, not to mention her economy? Of course, the blasphemous, Scripture-defying, Christ-mocking, soul-damning doctrines and dogmas of popery make all of this pale in contrast. But since the ecumenists justify their spiritual fornication with Rome by their "co-belligerent in the cultural wars" argument, it is worthwhile to set these things before their eyes and ask them, Can you not see that you have been seduced by a harlot, even the Mother of Harlots?

Ralph Ovadal


Homer Simpson is Catholic, Vatican paper declares

Reuters  Mexican actors hold up paintings of characters from the Simpsons cartoon as local media hold up microphones 

Mon Oct 18, 10:18 pm ET

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) "The Simpsons" just got a blessing from the Vatican.

The official Vatican newspaper has declared that beer-swilling, doughnut-loving Homer Simpson and son Bart are Catholics -- and what's more, it says that parents should not be afraid to let their children watch "the adventures of the little guys in yellow."

"Few people know it, and he does everything to hide it. But it's true: Homer J. Simpson is Catholic", the Osservatore Romano newspaper said in an article on Sunday headlined "Homer and Bart are Catholics."

The newspaper cited a study by a Jesuit priest of a 2005 episode of the show called "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star". That study concludes that "The Simpsons" is "among the few TV programs for kids in which Christian faith, religion and questions about God are recurrent themes."

The Simpsons pray before meals, and "in its own way, believes in the beyond," the newspaper quoted the Jesuit study as saying.

It's the second time the animated U.S. TV series, which is broadcast in 90 countries, has been praised by the Vatican.

But executive producer Al Jean told Entertainment Weekly on Monday he was in "shock and awe" at the latest assertion, adding that the Simpsons attend the "Presbylutheran" First Church of Springfield.

"We've pretty clearly shown that Homer is not Catholic," Jean said. "I really don't think he could go without eating meat on Fridays -- for even an hour."

In December 2009, the Osservatore Romano described the show as "tender and irreverent, scandalous and ironic, boisterous and profound, philosophical and sometimes even theological, nutty synthesis of pop culture and of the lukewarm and nihilistic American middle class."

"The Simpsons", which introduced the catch-phrase "D'oh", is the longest-running prime-time TV series in the United States and is now in its 22nd season.


This web site contains references to Wisconsin Christians United (WCU). That ministry, which was founded by Ralph Ovadal in 1993, has been included as a ministry of Pilgrims Covenant Church since April 1, 2005. 

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