Thursday, February 12, 2009

Orthodox Rabbi on the Catholic Church

Rabbi Yehuda Levin, the head of about 800 Orthodox Rabbis in the US, had some very interesting things to say about the current state of the Catholic Church and where the problems in the Church are coming from.

1 comment:

tour86rocker said...

Thank God for Rabbis like him. I respect people who can tell it like it is. And he's right.

I imagine that orthodox Jews must feel very similar to orthodox Catholics in some ways. I think non-observant Jews (those who don't keep kosher, for example) are way better known than observant Jews.

And who is better known among American Catholics: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and other American saints, or Pelosi, Biden, Kerry and every Kennedy of the last 40-something years?

(It is heresy among certain of my family members to speak ill of JFK. Sadly, he represents a paragon to them even in faith)

People who so publicly scorn their faith show outsiders that to them, their faith means nothing.