"Catholic in Brooklyn" does not seem able to discuss much of anything besides Michael Voris (examples here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here - you get the picture).
That of course that is her prerogative but not specifically what I am calling attention to in this post.
Instead, I am commenting on what Catholic in Brooklyn wrote in her comment area of yesterday's post about (of course) Michael Voris.
Mary the author of Catholic in Brooklyn declares on her blog that if you disagree with Voris "he will be the first to tell you" that "you are not a faithful Catholic and probably on your way to hell" -what? Does anyone actually believe this slander?
She is dead wrong and she's gone too far.
How do I know this? Because I have and sometimes do disagree with Voris and write about my disagreements on this blog (here and here) yet I am fairly sure from my emails with some of the folks at Church Militant TV that they haven't judged me as an unfaithful Catholic or on my way to hell.
How can 'Catholic in Brooklyn' speak for what Voris believes about those who disagree with him?
Crystal ball gazing? Reading innards? Tea leaves? Runes? Psychic medium Theresa Caputo?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Julie @ Connecticut Catholic Corner