The Remnant Laments NFL Move toward Streaming?

A current article by Remnant columnist Greg Maresca is lamenting an apparent trend in the NFL to move away from freely broadcast football games, toward pay per view online streaming. Is that an odd …More
A current article by Remnant columnist Greg Maresca is lamenting an apparent trend in the NFL to move away from freely broadcast football games, toward pay per view online streaming.
Is that an odd lament for allegedly traditional Catholics, or just one more polluting consequence of indultarian compromise (ie., Their clinging to a conciliar church who’s compromise with the world makes them theirselves worldly)?
Catholics are called to fight the spirit of worldliness.
Between the smutty and perverted commercials, the intemperate drinking parties, and apparent obliviousness to the fact that participation in this spectacle falls immediately before Lent during Septuagesima (“Forelent”), when we are supposed to be ramping up penances to atone for our vices, weaknesses, sins, and compromises with “the world, the flesh, and the devil,” you’ll pardon me if I find concern that the NFL will no longer broadcast its games for free on national television to be an unwitting and incongruous admission …More
Father Karl A Claver
Why are Catholic and Christian nations allowing pagan sports to be played on Sundays? I call this "god-ball", because we have made a modern idol and turned away from our loving and merciful God on a day that must be dedicated to Him.
Sean Johnson
Yup, just like the Sunday paper used to be 3” thick, and filled with ads, so you could distract yourself all day, with 6 hours of football and 3 hours of newspaper reading, without ever considering God.
Tom Jones
What is there in the NFL that is worth watching? Anything that will help save your soul? Stop worshipping this expensive tripe.
Hound of Heaven
'Where your treasure is, there, also, will your heart be.'