Simcha Fisher also fired from Register

Simcha Fisher also fired from Register

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5 comments on “Simcha Fisher also fired from Register

  1. [Why? Possibly because …]

    Simcha Fisher’s Vulgarity Worsens After Shea Was Let Go from the National Catholic Register

    Posted by TTC (The Tenth Crusade) on Sunday, August 21, 2016

    I think it’s fair to say that everyone was surprised that the Register retained Simcha.

    Maybe they hoped Simcha would clean up her act. Unfortunately, it seems she’s chosen the route of escalating her rhetoric to something you’d expect from a back-alley ghetto prostitute.

    Fisher is the most vulgar women I have ever encountered.

    That is saying a lot.

    I was born in Roxbury and grew up in Boston. I did go to Catholic school, so I was a little protected from the foul-mouthed fishwives and ruffians, but we saw it all.

    Apologies up front for the vulgarity but I believe the National Catholic Register has more cleaning house to do and her vulgarity should be under their noses.


    She wasn’t done yet:


    The lady is a tramp.

    And here is the worst part: she is conditioning other women to talk this way.


    ..and this woman who came onto Fr. Heilman’s facebook page and repeated Simcha’s rhetoric, almost verbatim:




    Fr. Heilman is the priest who is running the Holy League, leading us in today’s Lepanto.

    Can you imagine talking like a putana in front of this holy man?

    This is not the kind of leadership that has any place in Mother Angelica’s apostolate. They’ve got to finish the job.

  2. I believe she is the mother of 10 children. I wonder, though, if her advocacy of NFP and the Theology of the Body baggage that comes with it may have contributed to her downfall. As others have observed, despite some good intentions, the whole Theology of the Body enterprise is gravely lacking in modesty. Modesty, on the contrary, is the virtue that protects the human gifts which are ordered by God toward fruitfulness. As Pope Pius XII correctly affirmed: All is meant to be ordered to posterity.

  3. Captain Kirk: Mister Spock! Linguistic cleansing in The National Catholic Register blogosphere… analyze using your usual superior Vulcan logic which we no longer call “superior” out of concerns of being accused of excessive rigidity and neo-Pelagian triumphalism…

    Spock: Fascinating, Captain. At a time when the word “man” is being eliminated at Princeton University we have reached a new stage of linguistic clarification.

    Captain Kirk: And what clarification would that be, Mister Spock?

    Spock: That use of the vulgar slang term for BJ in polemical debates is out of bounds at The National Catholic Register, Captain.

    Father Mulcahy, S.J.: Oh, yes, profanity was not allowed in the Debating Society at Fordham in my era. Father Gannon was very clear about following proper etiquette and debating rules… Of course, Coach Lombardi did once use a…

  4. Captain Kirk: Just don’t impersonate me again, Mister Spock. The modernist dialectic in the blogosphere is confusing enough as it is.

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