Saturday, January 28, 2023
Friday, January 27, 2023
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Edit: this groomer has been at this for a long time. You might wonder what Bergoglio’s predecessors were thinking by presiding over the election of this degenerate to head the Dominican Order.
If anyone is a poster child for Amoris laetitia, it’s this man.
This is the calibre of man who has been controlling church institutions for the last 70 years, but as with Don Marco Bisceglia, who died penitent and reconciled to the Church from AIDS in 2018, there is hope.
[Catholic Snooze Network] Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich announced Monday that the October 2023 session of the Synod of Bishops on synodality will begin with a three-day retreat led by a Dominican preacher whose statements on homosexuality have previously sparked controversy.
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
These news stories are contrasted by the breathtaking dishonesty of evil Bishops like McElroy of San Diego are working hard to smooth things over, but we’ll see if the public continues to swallow this cool aide. Some will remember that McElroy is a creature of the predator ex-Cardinal McCarrick. The bishop calls the “animus” against these perverts “demonic”, but in light of the way ecclesiastical effeminates like himself abuse their power and in light of the way so many prelates, and Bergoglio himself, have covered up the sex abuse of male children by aberrosexual demons, it’s completely understandable there’s an animus.
It's outrageous that this clerical apologist for deviancy should be allowed to attack the Catholic faithful like this.
It is a demonic mystery of the human soul why so many men and women have a profound and visceral animus toward members of the L.G.B.T. communities. The church’s primary witness in the face of this bigotry must be one of embrace rather than distance or condemnation. The distinction between orientation and activity cannot be the principal focus for such a pastoral embrace because it inevitably suggests dividing the L.G.B.T. community into those who refrain from sexual activity and those who do not. Rather, the dignity of every person as a child of God struggling in this world, and the loving outreach of God, must be the heart, soul, face and substance of the church’s stance and pastoral action.
A little context is in order:AMDG
Edit: in the water is wet section of the blog. He at least admits it’s a sin, but does he know what a sin is?
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust,” saying God loves all his children just as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church.
Monday, January 23, 2023
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Saturday, January 21, 2023
[New York Post] Former House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi summoned priests to rid her luxe San Francisco home of evil spirits after a man allegedly attacked her husband with a hammer.
Pope Francis granted an interview to the magazine Mundo Negro of the Comboni Missionaries. Also present was Cardinal Miguel Ángel Ayuso (right).
A Communist Pope. An interview with author George Neumayr[Gloria,tv] Maike Hickson: You report that, while in Argentina as a younger priest, then-Father Bergoglio was close to the Jesuit General Superior, Fr. Pedro Arrupe who himself opened up the Jesuit Order to socialist ideas. Could you explain this thesis a little more?
George Neumayr: He was a protege of Arrupe, who identified Bergoglio as a rising liberal star in the order. That is why he made him a provincial at the age of 36. Arrupe presided over the order during its most intense period of liberalization and used Bergoglio as a liberal enforcer at the infamous worldwide gathering of Jesuits in 1975 that sealed the order's socialist and modernist direction.
Friday, January 20, 2023
Edit: dropping out of regular church attendance like Holy Steve did has left a lot of middle aged people out of the public eye, and lack of communion has left them rudderless. There’s less room for accountability and more room for deep acedia and despair to set in.
Of course, if all we had was the Novus Ordo, that would be pretty depressing. Who wants to get up on Sunday morning to attend an off the cuff production with crappy music by sexual predators like Marty Haugen with a creepy Pachamana idol looking at you from the sanctuary?
[Market Watch] So-called deaths of despair such as from suicide or alcohol abuse have been skyrocketing for middle-aged white Americans.
Wednesday, January 18, 2023
Edit: the Pornokardinal is incensed that ++Gänswein outed him to the rest of the liberals by mentioning how he supported Benedict accepting his election as pontiff.
Viennese cardinal confirms information from Benedict XVI's private secretary: "Yes, that was so. So far, I have deliberately kept silent about it." Reprimand for publication: "Unseemly indiscretion."
[Cuzz Blue] The NHL over the past year has made a concerted effort to portray itself as America’s most woke sports league, even at the expense of player safety. On Tuesday night, however, an NHL player actually decided to take a stand against his own team’s effort to push the woke agenda.
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov, a devout Russian Orthodox Christian, refused to wear his team’s gay pride jersey Tuesday night. He explained that he made a choice to stay true to himself and his faith.
Provorov also made clear that he respects those who have a different view from him and did not elaborate further.
[RMX] Following the mass riots involving migrant youth on New Year’s Eve, German-Iranian author and commentator Behzad Karim Khani is criticizing the debates about the young men of foreign origin, which he says are fueled by historical racism. He asserts that regardless of what Germans think about the riots, migrants are not only going to stay in the country but will eventually “inherit Germany” from ethnic Germans, who are “dying off.”
Monday, January 16, 2023
With Cardinal George Pell, the Church loses the admonishing voice of a conservative that some tried to stifle during his lifetime.
(Rome) Five days after the funeral of Benedict XVI. the Australian Cardinal George Pell died yesterday at the age of 82. The Cardinal was energetic and a powerful voice of the Church. Not everyone liked that. Hardly any churchman in recent times has had a more cruel example set to limit his ministry and break his influence. Before the 2013 conclave, he was still considered a papabile, but a few years later he was pilloried. But he couldn't be broken.
George Pell, the son of a Catholic mother and an Anglican father, was ordained a priest in 1966 for the Australian diocese of Ballarat in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. He completed his studies at the Pontifical Urbaniana University and the University of Oxford in England, where he was also resident chaplain at the elite college Eton. Returning to Australia in 1971, he has held various pastoral positions as well as senior positions in Catholic education.
In 1987 Pope John Paul II appointed him Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne. In 1996 he became archbishop of this diocese. In 2001 he was appointed to the more important Bishop's See of Sydney and in 2003 he was made a cardinal.
Since Pell was the only bearer of the purple in Oceania, Pope Francis nolens volens appointed him to the Council of Cardinals he had set up, in which – according to the initial idea – every continent should be represented by a cardinal. In order to remove him from his strong position in Australia, he was "promoted away" by Francis to the Roman Curia in 2014 and appointed the first prefect of the newly established Economic Secretariat. The able administrator initially experienced a culture shock with his British sobriety in Rome. He would probably have come to terms with that, but he wanted to dutifully fulfill his task and thus stumbled into a wasp's nest. The aftermath was incredible.
While he ran into walls in Rome and encountered resistance of an unexpected kind, an attack on his integrity was being prepared in Australia, which was to mark the rest of his life. It all started with a media campaign branding the cardinal a sexual abuser. The abuse scandal that has ravaged the church for the past 15 years has revealed a major wound inflicted on the Church by a small group of perpetrators. Dealing with it overtaxed some shepherds, others covered up culpably. To this day, the main evil, homosexuality, has not been named, least of all by Pope Francis.
Only: Cardinal Pell was not guilty of anything. He had neither sexually abused nor covered for abusers. [Risedale?] However, he was blamed for all of this. The example of Pell showed that the abuse scandal - as if it weren't bad enough in itself - was also misused as a means of killing: inside the Church to get opponents out of the way, outside the Church because a media mob, far removed from the Church, was willingly on every move pounces on a weapon, with which the Church can be attacked.
The theory that the abuse scandal unleashed against Cardinal Pell in Australia had its origins in the Vatican in order to get rid of him as Prefect of the Economic Secretariat has survived to this day.
Caught in the grip of the Roman resistance and the unjust Australian accusations, Pell chose a path that astounded and deserved great respect. In Rome he had to realize with disappointment that Pope Francis, who had called him, did not stand behind him when it came to overcoming the Vatican resistance because the individual dicasteries did not want to have their finances looked at. Rather, in 2016, Francis had sided with the other side and massively restricted Pell's responsibilities. It had displeased Santa Marta that the Australian defended the Church's doctrine of marriage and morals at the 2014 Synod of Families and signed a letter to Francis with 12 other cardinals in 2015 protesting pre-packaged findings at the Synod of Bishops on the family. It was no less displeasing that Pell also took a negative stance towards the innovations contained in the controversial post-synodal exhortation Amoris laetitia.
When Francis effectively ordered him to return to Australia and face the allegations, the cardinal decided to leave Rome in June 2017 to do just that and take up the fight against the criminal slanders. Pope Francis did nothing to save his collaborator. Apparently the opportunity to get rid of the Australian who had become a nuisance was even welcome. The New York Times rejoiced that resistance within the Church against Francis had been massively weakened within a few days. Just a day after Pell's departure, Francis had dismissed Cardinal Gerhard Müller as Prefect of the Faith. And the death of Cardinal Joachim Meisner opened new avenues for the Church in Germany, which has an above-average influence on the pontificate of Francis.
Without Roman backing, Pell had become fair game in his homeland. His case became an eyesore to Australia's media, who prejudiced him for taking pleasure in bringing down such a high Conservative Catholic dignitary. The German-speaking area had already experienced the unleashing of these base instincts by a hunting party against churchmen in the 1990s.
The actions of the Australian judiciary were not a glorious page either. The public prosecutor's office seemed to have misunderstood the abuse scandal as a "license" for a "witch hunt". Cardinal Pell was tried and sentenced by an apparently media-hyped jury on December 11, 2018 to a long prison term for alleged sexual abuse, becoming the first man in purple in history. The very next day, Pope Francis threw him out of the Council of Cardinals. In this situation, too, the deeply injured Pell took a very unusual path. To underline his innocence, pending the second instance, he refused to apply for a stay of detention or house arrest, but went to prison. The world hadn't seen that either.
In the second instance, the conviction was then confirmed by a panel of judges on August 21, 2019, but one of the three judges took a contrary position and pointed out all the weaknesses and errors of Pell's conviction (see also "Cardinal Pell is innocent, his accusers are not "). In the Supreme Court, on April 7, 2020, the cardinal finally won in full by a vote of seven to zero. The verdict was received, the cardinal was acquitted and immediately released from prison.
Pell had to spend more than a year in various Australian prisons and kept a prison diary there, which shows great intellectual and spiritual maturity and strength, and which he subsequently published. From prison, the cardinal also commented on ecclesiastical questions and warned against wrong paths in connection with the Amazon Synod. The deeper reason for the nightmare he had to go through can probably also be seen in his positions within the Church.
At least some Australian media had the decency to apologize to Pell afterwards. Others haughtily persisted and tried desperately to find new charges. [There’s a lot of real evidence about Pell which less independent minded influencers don’t address, as if there is an agenda to shoehorn Pell into the role of a lion of orthodoxy.]
Pope Francis refused to receive his cardinal for more than half a year. Was the acquittal so inconvenient? After the lack of backing in Rome, but also in the trial, Francis also refused the visible rehabilitation of the cardinal, whom an official audience would have meant in front of everyone.
What's more, instead of waiting for the courts to go through, Francis dismissed him as prefect of the economic secretariat while the proceedings were still ongoing. The signal was fatal and, as expected, was interpreted to mean that Santa Marta was also convinced of Pell's guilt.
On October 12, 2020 the time had finally come. Francis received the cardinal, but only in a private audience, and no longer gave the 79-year-old churchman any office, not even an honorary office, that would have shown appreciation. The “Pope of Gestures” also set standards in this way.
Cardinal Pell, however, continued on his way wherever he could. He gave catechesis, defended church moral teaching against liberal Jesuits in public discussions, such as in Oxford in 2021, warned against synodality with ulterior motives, criticized the secret agreement with the People's Republic of China and was skeptical about the motu proprio Traditionis custodes.
A few days ago he attended the funeral of Benedict XVI, whom he admired. Now he himself has been dismissed.
Requiescat in Pace
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Saturday, January 14, 2023
Edit: from the pathetic “Catholic Spirit”. The USCCB is calling upon Catholics to honor a man who beat up white sex workers. It’s not really surprising to find the USCCB asking Catholics to celebrate or support evil and evil men.
Catholics “must act” for racial justice, starting with personal conversion, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggle and eliminate racial injustices in society, the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops stated.
[Catholic Spirit] Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese of the Military Services in his statement immediately referred to the call to action from Servant of God Sister Thea Bowman, one of six Black Catholic women and men proposed for sainthood.
“People keep saying, ‘Where’s the next Martin Luther King?’ We’re all called, I think. We’re called by our citizenship, by our membership in the human race. We’re all called to free ourselves and to free one another,” Sister Bowman said.One of King's closest friends, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, wrote a book in 1989 in which he talked about King's penchant for white prostitutes. King would often use church donations to have drunken sex parties, where he would hire two to three white prostitutes, occasionally beating them brutally. This has also been reported by the FBI agents who monitored King. King was married with four children.
Thursday, January 12, 2023
Tuesday, January 10, 2023
Edit: DavidQ aka David Icke posted this. It looks like Taytay found a tweet from two years ago and thought it was current. We share his enthusiasm, but Gibson’s communication guy claims they have no interest in coining the project earlier last year. You can thank the ADL and Jonathan Greenblatt for putting a stop to this outrage!! Oy!
Taylor Marshall deleted the tweet, we presume, because he found out he was tweeting old news! But look at his enthusiasm for this film!
Monday, January 9, 2023
Edit: in a world that’s turned its back on God, millions of Catholics still demonstrate the simple Catholic Faith, trusting that God will even heal their infirmities.
The image was carved by a Mexican artist and brought to the Philippines in 1609.
[Newsweek] The Feast of the Black Nazarene image of Jesus Christ, believed to be miraculous by Catholics, drew around 523,000 devotees on Monday, the Quiapo command center of the Philippine National Police (PNP) reported.
The current crowd count is down from pre-Covid numbers. The Plandemic has a long reach.
|National Police Guard Catholics from Muslim killers|
Saturday, January 7, 2023
Thursday, January 5, 2023
Edit: if Minnesota weren’t the home of a violent and militant Islamic minority, we wouldn’t be worried about a professor teaching art history showing renderings of Mohamed.
Wednesday, January 4, 2023
Saturday, December 31, 2022
Edit: His Holiness was truly one of the least destructive popes of the late 20th century, and that's saying something. What will the Benevacantists do now?
It's been hard not having a pope with his intelligence and sensitivity on the throne. Even though he was a liberal, he was a lot more loving and sincere than most others.
Of course, his funeral Mass will likely be a post-V2 canonization Liturgy with music by sex predator David Haas. I'm guessing it will, best case, be a "reverent" Novus Ordo in Latin. The best outcome would be a full pontifical High Mass according to the pre-1955 Missal.
Now is a great time to pray for his soul.