Monday, July 25, 2016

...and now for something completely different





Press Proclaims Pro-Baby Killing Kaine and Pope Francis to be Two Peas in a Pod.



What a sad indictment of this papacy.

Another article HERE and yet another HERE.

Asked about this issue earlier this summer, Kaine responded: “I have a traditional Catholic personal position, but I am very strongly supportive that women should make these decisions and government shouldn’t intrude.”


What a bunch of baloney, eh?

David Carlin put out an excellent description of Pope Francis 'devout Catholics'.

Tim Kaine says he is personally opposed to abortion. Why? Perhaps for aesthetic reasons, the way I am opposed to tattoos. In that case it makes sense for him to be pro-choice, just as I am pro-choice when it comes to tattoos. But if he opposes abortion because he thinks it is homicide, then it is irrational for him to be pro-choice. In fact it is monstrous. That would be as if he said, "You are committing murder, but I don't mind. Please go right ahead."

The guy doesn't have the backbone to fulfill his baptismal promises to God. His political promises aren't worth a wooden nickel.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Pope Francis remarks bear striking resemblance to Melnia Trump speech...



Too funny!

How would Cardinal Wuerl know?



Cardinal Wuerl told John Allen that 'very few' Catholics are 'unhappy' with the heresy invading our family from this pontificate.

How on earth would he know?

Everyone that practices our religion makes sure they keep him as distant as Playboy magazine.

The man is not allowed in the ball park.

He's not in the loop.

It is so typical of the candyasses in the episcopal see to observe the number of well-healed Catholic evangelists making their opinions public but categorically dismisses the catastrophic damage to the family being reported.

What priest pedophiles?
What priests taking male lovers?
What catastrophic heresy?

Give us a break.

“So many of the priests I know here and around the country are telling me that they find great support in the Holy Father’s encouragement that we reach out pastorally,” he said.

All I can say is, good luck with that.

Cuz when you 'reach out' to draw our loved ones into the snare, practicing Catholics will have a big rat trap waiting to snap on your claws.

Take a look at this weird 'monstrance' at World Youth Day



No doubt some seahag designed this monstrosity.

The artwork and images from this pontificate are...weird!

They are all weird!







The Fruit of Pope Francis "Effect" in the family: The intruder is in the house.



I was struck by the eloquence of this writer when describing the state of affairs inside of the family.

She doesn't write or perhaps she didn't recognize the dramatic shift when Pope Francis began to discredit moral and Sacramental theology and Church teachings on the Sanctity of Life, but her description of the magnitude of damage underway is outstanding.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Another Dimwit Writes in the Pilot



Fr. Ron Rolheiser of the Oblates. Good grief.

This is quite a display of theological bankruptcy that has robbed so many of their salvation.


Hang up the plaid shirt, sir, and put the Roman Collar back around your neck.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Another confirmation the Holy See has been taken over by the dogs under this pontificate.


Apologies for sparse posting, I'm in the middle of a home project that is consuming my time.

I'm sure y'all observed Pope Francis' curious roughing up of Cardinal Sarah for suggesting priests face God during Advent in our Sacred Liturgy.

So the dogs can stampede St. Peter's Square to promote lechery and licentiousness without intervention, but as soon as somebody suggests stepping up the game with purity and mystical prayer directed towards God, he springs his derriere into action.

oK. The smoke is clearing and the leadership of this pontificate is starting to shape up.

You can hop on and off your eyecandy but not direct attention to God in the Sacred Liturgy.

“In response to a number of enquiries, in the light of Cardinal Sarah’s recent personal comments, I take this opportunity of reminding all priests of the importance of ensuring that every celebration of the liturgy is carried out with all possible dignity,” the cardinal said. “Whether the celebration of the Mass is simple or elaborate, it should always be characterized by that dignity which helps to raise our minds and hearts to God and which avoids distracting confusion or inappropriate informality.

While he introduces his response with something that sounds like his intentions are all about honoring God, it's difficult to ascribe good faith intentions to this man's rush to discredit Cardinal Sarah's efforts to 'avoid distracting confusion' and 'inappropriate informality'.

He puts the bait on the hook and lures the fish:

“I also remind our priests that the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, approved by the highest authority in the Church, states in Paragraph 299 that ‘The altar should be built apart from the wall, in such a way that it is possible to walk around it easily and that Mass can be celebrated at it facing the people, which is desirable wherever possible. The altar should, moreover, be so placed as to be truly the center toward which the attention of the whole congregation of the faithful naturally turns. The altar is usually fixed and is dedicated.’”

Got it. The altar should be placed in such a way to leave enough room for the priest to put himself between God and the people and prance around. All eyes on the narcissists instead of God. That's worked out much better for them than the days when people were directly linked to God and you had to get to Church early to get a seat.

So creepy.

Brace yourself. He's not done.


Cardinal Nichols concluded, “May I emphasize that the celebration of the Church’s liturgy is not a place in which priests are to exercise personal preference or taste. As the last paragraph of the GIRM states so clearly, ‘The Roman Missal, though in a diversity of languages and with some variety of customs, must in the future be safeguarded as an instrument and an outstanding sign of the integrity and unity of the Roman rite’ (399).”

After clarifying the Sacred Liturgy can't be used for personal preferences, he cherry picks the GIRM as a license for a variety of "customs".

Right. Because adding your own 'customs' wouldn't be inappropriate informality.

It's all for the sake of..wait for it...UNITY!

Everything that emerges from the the Vatican is saturated in deceit and deception.

And then there was this.

I wish to direct your attention to this:


Some of his expressions have however been incorrectly interpreted, as if they were intended to announce new indications different to.... the words of the Pope..



We now have confirmation that all of the rancid theology attributed to the Holy Father's intentions by his hand-picked heretics were NOT incorrectly interpreted.

Turn off the spin machines. The Holy Father issues corrections when somebody has improperly conveyed his intentions.

Therefore, new liturgical directives are not expected from next Advent, as some have incorrectly inferred from some of Cardinal Sarah’s words, and it is better to avoid using the expression “reform of the reform” with reference to the liturgy, given that it may at times give rise to error.

All the above was unanimously expressed during a recent audience granted by the Pope to the same Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship.

YOWZA. I'm better off not expressing what I think about this latest development. I'll instead share Fr. Rutler's response.


In 2014, Pope Francis appointed Cardinal Robert Sarah of Guinea to be Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, with instructions to continue a “reform of the reform.”
After the Second Vatican Council, many changes in the liturgy were done virtually overnight, with no mandate from the Council, but motivated by what Pope Pius XII would have called a romantic “historicism” based on a mistaken understanding of the early Church’s liturgy. Even some well-intentioned but misinformed Catholics have thought that inferior contemporary music and completely vernacular texts were the aim of Vatican II. A growing number of young Catholics understand better what the popes want for the liturgy than some aging people who have not outgrown the confusion of the 1960s and 1970s.
One change, never mentioned by Vatican II, was having the priest as a “presider” face the people all through the Mass. It came at a time when people were increasingly preoccupied with themselves, and it encouraged a psychology of self-absorption. The venerable “ad orientem” posture of the priest, always kept in the Eastern rites, is not a matter of turning his back to the people. Rather, the priest faces East to direct the faithful’s attention away from himself and toward the horizon symbolizing the Resurrection.

The readings and preaching (the “synaxis” or synagogue part) are done facing the people for they are instructive, but the Holy Sacrifice (the “anaphora” or temple part) is offered with everyone facing in the same direction, rather than in what Pope Benedict XVI called an “enclosed circle.” Pope Francis celebrates ad orientem in the Sistine Chapel. It has nothing to do with the placement of the altar, for the venerable manner—as in ancient basilicas—is a free-standing altar. In our own parish church, the ad orientem use is suitable for the altar in the nave as easily as at the older altar.

As Cardinal Sarah points out, liturgical innovations were supposed to invigorate Mass attendance, but they had the opposite effect, not to mention the countless millions of dollars spent on church renovations which in too many cases ruined fine art. His Eminence has asked that parishes institute the ad orientem in the Ordinary Form by Advent, as a thing “good for the Church, good for our people.” Actually, no permission is needed for that, since the original General Instruction of the Roman Missal left the position as a legitimate option, so it may be instituted at any time. The ad orientem use will be a modest change, different from the way innovations were made in the 1960s with tactless abruptness.

Cardinal Sarah said, “The liturgy is not about you and me. It is not where we celebrate our own identity or achievements or exalt or promote our own culture and local religious customs. The liturgy is first and foremost about God and what he has done for us.”



Sunday, July 10, 2016

The World is on Fire



It's so upsetting to see the malicious fruit of the two whitey and America haters in the White House.

I could go on and on about the root cause of getting shot by police but its sufficient to say that if you get shot by police, you've made him feel like his life or other lives are in danger.

One male shot by police had 63 criminal offenses on his record. When you consider he probably got caught at 1/100, whatever transpired in the struggle with the officer was life threatening.

Here's a photo of his 'life matters' hobby in the community.

Isn't it curious that the moonbats suddenly support driving around with a gun in your car and giving the appearance you are reaching for it when approached?

Please.

We all get pulled over by the police from time to time -- speeding, broken tail light, etc. About a year ago I was pulled over by a young cop for speeding. I was on my way to the morning train and wanted to stop at Dunkies for tea. I had some religious items I was going to take to a priest to bless that needed to be packed in my bag and so while sitting there doing nothing, I got out of the car, opened the back door and started loading them into my backpack. He hopped out of the cruiser, a nervous wreck, yelling and screaming at me never to do that. It never occurred to me that he would think I was a threat. I hardly give the appearance of one but I realized on that day that the world has turned so mad that we have an extra duty to make them feel safe no matter what the circumstances.

This is an outstanding video made by Coffey Anderson.

Getting pulled over in a pain in the butt. It makes us late for places we need to be. But let's all get the word out to go the extra mile in making an officer feel safe.

My daughter sent me a text saying 'Charlie Manson must be pumped cuz it sure looks like helter skelter is happening' and I couldn't agree more.

If you don't want this civil war on whitey and law enforcment to continue we have to oust the democrats across the board in the next election. Let's call it the 'all lives matter' campaign. Vote for Trump and every and any other Republican that is opposing a democrat. Let's put them out of business.