I must say this is rather interesting. I would be apt to at first glance say that the alleged quote is much the same as the authentic one. But, in light of it concerning a Good Friday prayer, SPB's point is well taken.
I dunno. I think it is in the nature of carnal creatures to want to find someone to point the finger at. I don't believe, I know, that a lot of what gets repeated is complete bull. Most of it is not about the Church, however.
Nothing new here.
Getting back to the idea on the nature of carnal man, perhaps we should be thinking of Old Scratch and his minions for some of the blame. But, that takes a kind of Faith that has moved beyond the carnal realm of what can be seen, touched, smelt, heard, and tasted.
But as long as we have a "monster" to cite, we're O.K.