Family credits pope with miracle

Family credits pope with miracle

There are 121 comments on the CNN story from Apr 30, 2011, titled Family credits pope with miracle. In it, CNN reports that:

Christopher Lukasik was building shelves when a metal rod hit his eye, tearing about a third of his optic nerve fibers and leaving everybody from his doctors to his family wondering whether he would ever see again.

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Harriet Thorpe

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Apr 30, 2011
Same goddam thing happened to me, but with a chainsaw, and I never did have no miracle. In my opinion it's no more than a sack of week-old possums, that is, no good for nobody. You want beautification? How about that Angela Jolie or that Catherine Middleton-Jones, you know, the princess with bipolar? If you want an honest opinion, anyone calling theirself "supreme pontiff" is more like a cartoon character. And the dresses? And those hats? I say leave that old dead kielbasa alone. Next thing you know old Ratzenegger'll be selling sainthood from the back of his pickup. Christ almighty, these guys make me sick.
RCC Truth Squad

Granger, IN

#2 May 1, 2011
Harriet Thorpe wrote:
Same goddam thing happened to me, but with a chainsaw, and I never did have no miracle. In my opinion it's no more than a sack of week-old possums, that is, no good for nobody. You want beautification? How about that Angela Jolie or that Catherine Middleton-Jones, you know, the princess with bipolar? If you want an honest opinion, anyone calling theirself "supreme pontiff" is more like a cartoon character. And the dresses? And those hats? I say leave that old dead kielbasa alone. Next thing you know old Ratzenegger'll be selling sainthood from the back of his pickup. Christ almighty, these guys make me sick.
It is sad that you are in a state of spiritual deadness and sickness that you must use the Lord's Holy name in a manner which attacks and demeans others. If you do not believe, you are completely free to be as you are.

Our Lord wore a long tunic as well. If you don't like what you call "dresses"...take it up with Him.

It is not uncommon for Satan to use pained souls with whose minds are dimmed with evil influences of to do his filthy bidding. To call Blessed John Paul II a "dead old kielbasa" is pleasing to Lucifer. You freely choose to do this. Again, you are free to do his bidding. Christ came into being to heal such souls.

You are also free to humble yourself and offer appreciation to those who choose to walk the narrow, difficult path of holiness. The harvest grows nearer. Consider following a more life affirming path and open yourself up to doing God's work. There is a lot of it to do. Blessings and peace be yours.
fedupwiththemess

Woodbridge, VA

#4 May 2, 2011
The pope has not magical power. He can't cure anything. GOD cures! JESUS cures!
fedupwiththemess

Woodbridge, VA

#5 May 2, 2011
Any catholic that gives the pope credit for healing someone is a FOOL. GOD/JESUS heals, GOD/JESUS cures.
Dandy Koons

Old Lyme, CT

#6 May 2, 2011
Oh come on! Everyone knows the Pope gets magical powers when he finally attains Popehood (13th Degree Mason). I do NOT want to sound like a "crazy" but I thought everyone knew about the old mage who lives in a catacomb under the Vatican and is the keeper of all Knowledge Sacred and Profane. He's not Italian, obviously. That would be a joke! And each new Pope is sworn to secrecy. And the old mage teaches them things like how to summon the Devil and subdue him so he will do your bidding, and ways to cheat at cribbage but nobody knows. Stuff like that. And then there's the endless supply of altar boys, BUT LET'S NOT GO THERE!(I've heard that The German Pope is so busy with boy buggery that he hardly has time to Pope!)(But you didn't hear it from me!) So who's kidding who -- it beats me why John Paul II would bother to cure a French nun of Parkinson's Disease (you know, the mother superior thought Sister Georges-Maurice was faking it the whole time anyway!), but no one who knows about this stuff can doubt it. But is that a good reason to be beautified? What if Sister Georges-Maurice was a dickhead -- you know, mean to little children, a fornicator, played Lotto, smoked dope in the holy chancel, played with herself ALL the time (and these are not just necessarily rumors!)-- then why did he cure her? THAT's the mystery! And what does that have to do with the Dresden Codex? And a certain reliquary in a Cologne cathedral? This whole beautification thing is MUCH bigger than most people think.(AND, if I have heard correctly, God himself is beginning to get pissed off!). There's going to be some sort of fireworks and that's for sure. Even if they're only in my head!!!!
Jon

Old Lyme, CT

#7 May 2, 2011
Why was Mr. Lukasik (if that's his real name) building shelves? God did this to him because he wasn't worshipping Him, that's why. The Holy Apostles have told us to keep our eyes on the "ball," not the "shelves." No good will come of this.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#8 May 2, 2011
Ain't no earthly pope performing miracles. GOD is the miracle worker and don't get it twisted catholics!!!
Patience Rotterdam

Old Lyme, CT

#9 May 2, 2011
With ... a flick of his wand ... and the few proper words spoken while wearing a ... certain amulet ... and wearing his vestements (white dress, flirty sling-back mules, towering hat that seeth much)... any Pope dead or alive can perform "miracles." This is standard knowledge among Illuminati. Let ... me give you some ... advice, "fedupwiththemess": leave this matter alone. If not ... you may come to ... regret your decision to... meddle. I shan't warn you again!
The Oracle

UK

#10 May 2, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
Any catholic that gives the pope credit for healing someone is a FOOL. GOD/JESUS heals, GOD/JESUS cures.

That would be the same GOD/JESUS who inflicts pain and suffering on those he doesn't cure and who kills those he doesn't heal.
Pud

Old Lyme, CT

#11 May 2, 2011
Hey! What if there wern't no God? Anybody ever think of that???????
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#12 May 2, 2011
The pope is no saint. The pope has no power.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#13 May 2, 2011
Patience Rotterdam wrote:
With ... a flick of his wand ... and the few proper words spoken while wearing a ... certain amulet ... and wearing his vestements (white dress, flirty sling-back mules, towering hat that seeth much)... any Pope dead or alive can perform "miracles." This is standard knowledge among Illuminati. Let ... me give you some ... advice, "fedupwiththemess": leave this matter alone. If not ... you may come to ... regret your decision to... meddle. I shan't warn you again!
Hocus pocus huh??? Please. You idle threats don't scare me. He is a fake and a fraud. No man can work miracles.
fedupwiththemess

Woodbridge, VA

#14 May 2, 2011
Giving the pope credit over GOD is just wrong. This is why hardships follow catholics.
Pepsie Abednigo

Old Lyme, CT

#15 May 3, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
Giving the pope credit over GOD is just wrong. This is why hardships follow catholics.
??????? Hardships? I am a Catholic and I'm not particularly aware of any hardships following me. Not only that, but if I lived in WV I would be very careful about saying hardships followed anyone. I happen to have all my teeth.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#16 May 3, 2011
Pepsie Abednigo wrote:
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??????? Hardships? I am a Catholic and I'm not particularly aware of any hardships following me. Not only that, but if I lived in WV I would be very careful about saying hardships followed anyone. I happen to have all my teeth.
The credit of healing belongs to GOD...not some sinful pope you dumbass!
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#17 May 3, 2011
The family is WRONG. GOD has the power, GOD deserves the credit,not some sinful pope. Please stop brainwashing catholics to believe in the pope over GOD.
The Flash

Parry Sound, Canada

#18 May 3, 2011
fedupwiththemess wrote:
Giving the pope credit over GOD is just wrong. This is why hardships follow catholics.
No one is giving the pope credit over God You StUpid dUmbEll ... does not God work through people? yes He does!!

Hardship follows catholics because it is the true'est christian denomination. Wether you are catholic or not, if you strive for holiness you will have many many hardships (you stupid dumbell)

Long suffering hardships and sorrows follows those who are closest to Christ.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#19 May 3, 2011
The Flash wrote:
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No one is giving the pope credit over God You StUpid dUmbEll ... does not God work through people? yes He does!!
Hardship follows catholics because it is the true'est christian denomination. Wether you are catholic or not, if you strive for holiness you will have many many hardships (you stupid dumbell)
Long suffering hardships and sorrows follows those who are closest to Christ.
Then the credit goes to GOD...not the pope. That stupid catholic family has been brainwashed.
fedupwiththemess

Ashburn, VA

#20 May 3, 2011
The family needs to credit GOD through the pope then if they are truly giving GOD the glory. This is why I have a problem with catholics and their phony ways of worship.
The Flash

Parry Sound, Canada

#21 May 3, 2011
The only one who is phony on this thread is U.

Dumbell

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