The Hibernian Remembers Katy French

December 23, 2007 at 10:29 pm 1 comment

I’ve written before about The Hibernian magazine, the beyond-satire Irish Catholic Nationalist monthly edited by a former IRA man. The latest issue features such articles as On Meeting Mary and Learning to Pray; Hilary Clinton, Cultural Marxist; and Latin Mass, an Update.

It also challenges the mainstream media’s coverage of the death of Katy French, with the only obituary that I have ever read that includes the line: ‘she promoted sexual permissiveness in a very public manner and spoke openly about her use of instruments of perversion in this sphere’: >>>

Extracts from The Hibernian’s Obituary for Katy French

Intelligent, articulate and blessed with good looks, Katy French was in a unique position to influence people, particularly teenage girls and young women. She could have been radical by today’s standards and cautioned her peers against the pitfalls of sexual promiscuity while promoting the desirability of chastity.

Instead, Miss French chose the tiresome route of acting as a cheerleader for the liberal agenda. It was a demeaning and vulgar role, which she espoused in a peculiarly offensive manner.

Miss French went out of her way to insult Irish Catholic culture. A vociforous advocate of abortion, she once described her generation as being ‘humane’ in outlook because of their readines to embrace this evil.

In addition, the model promoted sexual permissiveness in a very public manner and spoke openly about her use of instruments of perversion in this sphere….

Katy French appeared to have the world at her feet as she celebrated her 24th birthday… The following Thursday she slipped into eternity. A mere week after her birthday extravaganza, she was standing before God giving an account of herself, her words and her actions…

If nothing else, her fate is a salutary reminder to the rest of us that we can never know the day or the hour and it behoves us to attend confession regularly and pray that when our time comes we are in a state of Grace and ready to meet our God.

Earlier Issues of The Hibernian

I did say that it was beyond satire, but here are my reviews of the first three issues:

The Hibernian Magazine
Issue 22, January 2008
Out now, €2 or £1.50 Sterling

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Entry filed under: Culture, Ireland, Religion.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. steve white  |  December 30, 2007 at 5:37 am

    sounds like he’s been following her closely

    Reply

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