Saturday, June 14, 2008

The most Catholic president we've ever had...


As the spirit of irreligion continues to rage on our Western continents, we see the two most powerful men in the world spending time together in of all places, gardens. From the South Lawn to the Vatican Hill, they seem to really get along rather well.
In the United States we all grew up with God banished from our classrooms and with the bogus shibboleth: "Separation of Church and State." This mantra will not live forever.
Three times I've had the honor to cheer the motorcade of GW Bush while in Rome. In 2004, 2007 and 2008. He's as good as Catholic. That the Father in His mercy might send us more God-fearing public servants as this happy warrior! And that Tony Blair might be pro-life...Veni Creator Spiritus!
N.B. AP photo from the Internet.

5 comments:

Jeffrey Smith said...

You obviously haven't taken much of a look at his record of thumbing his nose at the Church. How dare you say he's more Catholic than a Catholic?

JSarto said...

My dear friend, you have an excelent blog, but this time I cannot agree with you. Iraqi war was one of the most uncatholic events of the last years, and much worsened the situation of iraqian catholics. Main responsable - G.W. Bush.

Anonymous said...

I understand the President was given a tour of the Tower of St. John. I have always been interested in the chapel located inside. Do you have any pictures of the chapel or any of the rooms in the tower?

Anonymous said...

God Bless President Bush and Pope Benedict. They obviously hold each other in high esteem, and rightly so.

I pray for the president's conversion, and I am grateful for his leadership. I wish Catholic politicians had half of his moral and political courage.

Anonymous said...

Let freedom ring and stop terrorism.