MILO praised the social developments caused by Catholicism during his talk at Minnesota State University today, claiming “there are so many things that we owe the religion as a debt of gratitude” and adding that “Catholics are right about everything.”
“I like to say Catholics are right about everything, but in the same way that a Christmas family gathering includes your cousins who are a bit slow, I will include protestants in this discussion as well. There are so many things that we owe the religion as a debt of gratitude” joked MILO, before adding “I can’t listen many of them without this turning into a pep rally for Jesus and his Apostles.”
“Thinks about some of the things Christianity brought to western civilization” he continued. “In the twelfth century, marriage came to be counted as a sacrament by the Catholic Church. As a sacrament, it does not require a priest, only the agreement of the man and woman, which is the greatest protection ever given to women in a system of marriage: by the Church’s argument, women cannot be married against their will, they and their bridegrooms must both say, “I do.””
“Think about that ladies, without the catholic church getting smart hundreds of years ago, you’d be married off to the highest bidder by your family” MILO concluded, though admitting “That’s one of my fantasies by the way.”
Written from prepared remarks.