Fr Dye didn't laugh. As I recall, we agreed completely. He was disdainful of these cheap RCC tricks. He also spoke about the difference between faith and fact. You missed that it seems.<quoted text>
And I don't really understand what you're saying about RCC and miracles Blah Blah.
I believe Fr Dye - after he was done laughing at your silly accusations- answered it thoroughly.
The RCC simply says certain events are 'worthy of belief'. They don't get to worked up in this department. And Catholics are DEFINITELY NOT required to agree with any of them.
The Church actually does a responsible job when investigating supposed miracles. They use independent scientist and carefully comb over the evidence.
Bigots like you could care less.
Why on Earth do you even care about Catholic stuff? you that insecure about your beliefs Free?
AS for "the Church actually doing a responsible job," sure - just more rationalization. They haven't tested in the DNA era. Why not, if they are so "responsible?"
Your church publicly displays so-called proof worldwide -- all cheap frauds. Popes pay homage to maintain the fraud.
A DNA test could tell us so much. Imagine any other church making such claims (and some do), but refusing to share the "proof." Then look in the mirror.