Edit: I've often thought that the real reason "traditionalists" don't like kreuz.net is that they're homosexually inclined and whatever beliefs they have about Catholic doctrine and Liturgy, they're not disinterested enough to look past justifiable criticisms of their unnatural inclinations.
Miss Hilton, whatever her natural revulsion to this vice may be, has since apologized profusely to the media deities so as not to offend he/she who must not be offended.
The freeing power of the truth: the healthy intuition of the people know it: " "Ewww! Gay guys are the horniest people in the world." -kreuz.net
(kreuz.net) Parish Whitney Hilton (31) is an American businesswoman, actress and fashion setter. She is a practicing Catholic.
Yesterday it she managed to bring the homo-media gasping with despair for breath and begging for an oxygen tent.
The reason: in the beginning of September Miss Hilton said about homosexuals what everyone is thinking.
Illegal survey in a taxi
A New York taxi driver illegally took note of a conversation between her and a homosexual who was riding with her.
The shameless homosexual sex-fiend is said to have shown the lady his mobile telephone, where he was seeking other homosexual sex-fiends.
Besides that, he spoke about an AIDS infected homosexual, whose goal was to infect other men with the illness.
She said what everyone thinks
That's when Miss Hilton expressed her revulsion and her detestation over homosexual decadence.
She condemned the homosexually disturbed individual with healthy folk feeling: "Ewww! Gay guys are the horniest people in the world."
She concluded: "They're disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS ... I would
be so scared if I were a gay guy. You'll like, die of AIDS."
Link to kreuz.net...
Good lord! Don't tell me that this nasty slut is a baptised catholic. Are there any blonde tramps today who don't claim to be a catholic? The "madonna" person, Lady Gag Me and now this porn princess whose parents are so superficial and such losers that they name their child after a city? Paris no less! Why not Sodom? Sodoma...has a nice ring to it.
Just what is she "practicing"...law? the piano? nuclear physics? How about the English language? Ewwww Like...Ewwwww.
As far as I know, she goes to Mass on Sunday and has a healthy revulsion for evil things.
Certainly, many otherwise practicing Catholics are not so well-apprised.
Her career was launched by her starring in a porn film. She has had more relationships in her few years than Elizabeth Taylor had husbands. If she had a conversion it must have been a well kept secret.
As far as her going to Mass on Sunday qualifying her practicing as a Catholic, so does Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Sebillius, the Kennedy's and the whole next of public sinners whose sins cry to Heaven for vengeance.
That is all I meant.
"Out of the mouths of babes...."
@Give me a BREAK
Rather than be repulsed, we ought to remember that the Church is full of sinners, ourselves included. When we forget that, we become no different than the pharisees condemned by Our Lord. While her behavior has certainly been scandalous, our response ought to be to pray for her, not to be ashamed that she is one of us. At the end of the day, the fact of her baptism (and, I presume, confirmation) should give us more hope for her than for those who are outside.
After all, if the likes of Mary Magdalene and Francis of Assisi, to name only two, can become saints, then so could Paris Hilton. That's not to excuse her behavior in any way, mind you, but we should always be glad that someone is a Christian and a Catholic (even when their life is obviously far from exemplary), rather than otherwise.
Sure, that's all well and good, all the same, I join kreuz.net in applauding what I think is an astonishingly well-formed conscience in one such as she.
To be fair, it wasn't a "porn film" in the sense of being a professional job. It was a private tape that was leaked by her paramour, several years after the fact. For her part, she claimed she was "out of it" during the taping, and never approved its release. In fact, she sued for damages and received a sizable settlement (which, IIRC, she wanted to be donated to victims of abuse or some such). Still bad, of course, but not really the same thing as deliberately prostituting oneself for the whole world to see.
Yes. My mistake. You are soooo correct and I am so wrong. It was not porn. It was only sex. And it was with aboyfriend. Which one? who cares? Anyway, it wasn't live steaming so it was okay. No, no a problem connecting practicing the CATHOLIC FAITH with this living example of a young Catholic woman. No siree. Thank you for straightening me out.
And thank GOD ALMIGHTY neither of you are MY parents.
I don't believe anyone is offering her as a candidate for canonization.
No one said it was okay. It wasn't. Nevertheless, certain distinctions are important (ask any competent moral theologian).
This isn't about being tolerant of sin, but rather being charitable towards sinners. "Hate the sin, love the sinner." If we can't do that, then how are our own transgressions (and we all have them, though of varying degrees of gravity and publicity) to be forgiven?
It is one thing to justifiably condemn bad behavior, quite another to presume to cast someone out of the Church by one's own private judgement (that's a Protestant attitude), and still worse to state regret that the person was baptized (which is downright un-Christian). We have to be circumspect in these things.
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