After quoting Wisdom 14, someone asks whether it is "more ironic" that as a non-Catholic he finds the chapter to be "generally [sic]" true, or that Catholics "do not follow" the passage.
As to the former: I don't consider that to be ironic. I would consider it to be pretty sad if he didn't find it to be true, whatever he thinks of the book, because Wisdom 14 is nothing but a critique of idolatry.
As to the latter: This is not ironic. This is a pedestrian example of a common Protestant error. The error rests in the false and unwarranted supposition that he knows better than we do what our intentions are when we Catholics pray to the saints or kneel before their statues. Rather than believing us when we say we do not worship them, he seems to be happy to insist that we really do.
Unfortunately such presumption doesn't leave much room for cordial discussion.