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The Catholic Defender: Responds to Stan Finger of the Wichita Eagle



Quotes are from By Stan Finger of

The Wichita Eagle


"Here is one that just makes me chuckle in astonishment over the true depths

of inferiority that you humans manage to sink to. It involves the god myth, one

of those fundamental societal lies and myths and brainwashings that is just so

RIPE in terms of attracting the very stupidest and most gullible humans within

your pathetic society."


Can such quotes come from someone who is nuetral?


There is a woman in Kansas. Her name is Margarita Holguin. She knows how easy

it is to exploit her Inferiors, and so she put up a plaque of the virgin mary

in her house, and announced to the media that her virgin mary plaque is

BLEEDING actual blood, all by itself! Ha! This is of course hailed as some type

of 'godly miracle' by the INSANE masses, and so THOUSANDS of people have been

journeying to Margarita's house, to view her bleeding virgin plaque.


A church in Kansas asked Margarita to submit the "blood" that was visible on the virgin

mary plaque to DNA tests. For some STUPID reason, Margarita agreed to do so.

Guess what, folks? C'mon, guess! Yupsy Daisey, it turns out that the blood that

was 'bleeding' from the virgin mary plaque is a DNA match to Margarita's OWN

blood! Yup, she's been busy cutting herself, and smearing her own blood on the

virgin mary plaque. Ha, I love it! :) What a beautiful little con game

Margarita played out on her Inferiors! This is a lie and I call the author of this article on it?


But wait, it gets even BETTER, folks. Despite scientific, DNA PROOF that the

blood on the plaque comes from Margarita's own body, and is CLEARLY smeared by

her onto the virgin mary plaque, there are still TONS of people who continue to

come to the house and to worship/pray to this virgin mary plaque, believing the

blood to be some kind of "godly message".

Really Stan, is this the best information you have on the subject? According to the chief investigator for the Diocese, they did confirm that DNA samples were indeed collected, however, the finding coming from the statue, the sample of the tears and blood were human and did match. However, the DNA taken from Margarita Holguin did not match with that of the statue.


Truth cannot win out folks, the world

is just too full of inferior and brainwashed humans, who are unworthy of the

gift of life, as they ferociously cling to their insane myths.


Well, Stan, you yourself show youself to be the one who is "brainwashed"


Read her comments, and then go ahead and VOMIT or

spit. Vomit or spit out your disdain over the fact that people like her manage

to attain success and respect and high positions within your social structure,

despite being clinically insane.


Wow Stan, is this journalism? Obviously you have dranked the koolaid poison of the Marxist, Socialist, Communist, Atheist. You are certainly reporting truth? "(Ha") you make up your own truth. I do not see where you quote the chief investigator here. I wonder why? Maybe because we are not all spitting and hacking out the vomit that your presenting.


An employee of the Denver laboratory would not comment on the tests. Well, I'm glad he didn't talk to you personally from what I see coming from you.


Sister Pat McGreevy, chancellor of

the diocese, said in a prepared statement. "The local church can proceed no

further in its official investigation of the alleged visionary with the alleged

stigmata."


"If they are insinuating that Maggie is putting the blood on the plaque, how do you explain it when she's not even near it?'' asked Cathy Woolard, editor of the Edwards County Sentinel, the weekly newspaper in nearby Kinsley. Woolard said she has seen the phenomenon herself and still believes the weeping Madonna is a miracle.

"People have seen this happen... while people were holding it," she said.


While the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita is urging people not to

take seriously a Lewis woman's plea for Christians to stay indoors and pray on

Saturday, many people are nevertheless fearful as Saturday approaches.


Oh Really? What did the Bishop really say?


Bishop Schlarman stated in March of 1997 that the Church did not have enough evidence to make any final ruling. He added that this does not mean that supernatural or miraculas events are not occuring, but that the Church is not ready to rule on it. He does not want to discourage or encourage the faithful from visiting.


The twentieth century has been rich in reported Apparitions of Our Blessed Mother. Apparitions of Our Blessed Lady have been reported on every continent on our globe. The seers have been people from many walks of life: men, women, and children. The locations where Marian Apparitions have occurred are numerous: large cities, remote areas, caves, churches, fields, homes, monasteries, and other places.


Church's Approach

"The Roman Catholic Church has prudently been cautious to approve, disapprove or condemn reported apparitions." In general, studied apparitions are classed as "not worthy of belief," "not contrary to the Faith," or "worthy of belief." The message of an approved apparition cannot have any content that is contrary to the teachings of the Church.


A statistical analysis of the Marian apparition directory reveals the following results. During the twentieth century, there have been 386 cases of Marian apparitions. The Church has made "no decision" about the supernatural character regarding 299 of the 386 cases. The Church has made a "negative decision" about the supernatural character in seventy-nine of the 386 cases. Out of the 386 apparitions, the Church has decided that "yes" there is a supernatural character only in eight cases: Fatima (Portugal), Beauraing (Belgium), Banneux (Belgium), Akita (Japan), Syracuse (Italy), Zeitoun (Egypt), Manila (Philippines) (according to some sources), and Betania (Venezuela). Local bishops have approved of the faith expression at the sites where these eight apparitions occurred. Besides the eight approved apparitions, there have been eleven (out of the 386 apparitions) which have not been approved with a "supernatural character," but which have received a "yes" to indicate the local bishop's "approval of faith expression (prayer and devotion) at the site."


Well, Stan, How does the reported event in Lewis Kansas rate?

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