Thou shalt have no other Gods…

Posted: September 29, 2009 in catholic, internet/free speech, oddities
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…but who?

I’m honestly starting to lose count of how many of these there are. No “mmm mmm mmm” in this one or creepy substitutions of The One for Jesus, but kudos to the teacher who came up with the “change has come” drone. Reminds me of “one of us, one of us.”

I thought prayer in school was forbidden? Then again it isn’t just schools:

First Mate was absolutely aghast at the idol-worship connotations of this video. The Gamaliel Foundation is a community-organizing group that acts as the ground troops for Barack Obama’s domestic policies, especially health-care reform. Anyone who has spent any time in church will recognize the worship cadence of this clip

Are we mishearing?

The Anchoress has this to say:

So, I hear all three things, and this suggests to me that perhaps some at the rally did -for whatever reason- begin by using the name “Obama.” People can be very irreverent and think they’re merely being clever, or having a little lark. But upon repeated listenings, I think it is wrong to jump the gun on this and make the accusation of idolatry. If we insist on hearing what may not be there, then we need to ask if our own ideology, which may tempt us to believe the worst simply because that’s what ideology does, is in charge of us. And if our ideology is in charge, name the Idolater.

But all of this reminds me again, how easy it is to allow our political enthrallment to overtake our good judgment. And then we open ourselves up to a very different sort of judgment, don’t we?

Hey ya think he we didn’t have example after example we might not be in this spot?

What was that line from old Abe again:

“Don’t kneel to me, That is not right. You must kneel to God only.”

And Rush will be hitting it today. You know if people were actually familiar with religion they might recognize what they are doing. If you are Catholic and doing this, remember most churches offer the Sacrament of Confession on Saturday afternoons before the first weekend mass.

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