Recently a university student in Florida stole a consecrated host from a Catholic Mass and took issue with the ushers trying to get him to give it back.
Now, a PZ Meyers from the University of Minnesota is asking for people to send him “a Frackin' Cracker” so he can descrate it.
Think about that for a minute. You have a professor at a university, supposedly a bright, enlightened guy, asking people to help him desecrate the most sacred object in the Catholic Faith. You see, Liberals aren't really tolerant and understanding. This is how many of them see the world:
There are days when it is agony to read the news, because people are so —– stupid. Petty and stupid. Hateful and stupid. Just plain stupid. And nothing makes them stupider than religion.
At least we can thank PZ for being honest about his hatred instead of trying to hide behind “tolerance” and “freedom”. Notice through his entire rant that he obviously doesn't believe that Catholics really believe in the True Presence. If that were true, then his umbrage at the reaction to the theft would be justified. What really gets him is that Catholics really believe what they preach and reacted appropriately. Actually, I think the ushers would have been well in their rights to tackle the kid and restrain him until he gave the Host back.
If theft of the Eucharist becomes acceptable and Catholics start fighting back, how long do you think it will be before people are willing to mug extraordinary ministers of the eucharist who are taking Communion to the sick when they aren't surrounded by a congregation?
Vive Christus Rex! has been following the story and has some good observations. Oh, the student (supposedly a Catholic) has filed “hazing” charges against his school and also filed a complaint against the chapel for violating the schools liquor license.
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