Daily Archives: July 16, 2011

Michael Voris, Homo Adoption And The Grand-Grandparents

Wise words from Michael Voris about adoption and why a child can’t be abused to satisfy the ego of perverts playing “normal”. It is in fact a telling sign of the times that a society completely obsessed with child abuse when it is an excuse to bash the Catholic Church doesn’t see child abuse in letting a poor little boy or girl grow up in a dysfunctional, sexually deviant environment of self-hatred and all-round bitchiness.

Then we wonder in disbelief how it could be that in the Eighties attraction for children was considered by so many – and so many progressive priests, it must be said, and homos, it must also be said – a minor problem, easily curable with appropriate attention and perhaps not even to be taken so seriously: because it was politically correct to think that way, that’s why.

A most interesting observation, particularly pleasing because a favourite leitmotiv of your humble correspondent, is the comparison with the past: your grand-grandmother would have considered you simply mad at being told that it is normal that two perverts can adopt a child. She would stand in the company of countless generations before her. And she would be, of course, perfectly right.

Allow me to stress a concept once again: we have come to this situation because the western societies – never opposed by a cowardly clergy – have stopped making of sexual perversion a taboo. If a generation begins to think that sodomy is not an abomination, the next one will think that there’s nothing wrong with that, and the following one that therefore there’s no reason to deny to the perverts the rights that normal people have.

And then, the entire way must be walked back, to the origin of sanity and Christian decency: why must sodomites not be allowed to adopt children? Because Sodomy is an abomination. And why is it an abomination? Because Seven thousand years of Judeo-Christian Tradition say so. And why should we follow these rules? Because we are Christians, and want to attain salvation. And why should we impose these rules to everyone, even non-believers? Because this is what Christianity commands us to do . And is this not intolerant? No, this is Christian. There can be no toleration for public display of perversion. And who are we to “judge” other people’s lifestyle? Christians. But this is homophobic! No, it’s Christian.

For two thousand years, Christians have never doubted how a Christian society must be built. We are the first generation concerned with allowing the maximum number of people to go to hell, and with making of Christian values an option and a private hobby. In the past, even countries which had state and church separated would never dream of having Christian values as merely a choice. The United Stated even wrote their faith in the banknotes, and outlawed polygamy. In anti-Catholic liberal Italy, blasphemy was a criminal offence and the Pope enjoyed a protection equalled only by the King. No one would have ever dreamt of allowing homosexual “marriage”, let alone homosexual adoption. Christianity was simply understood as the matrix of moral values.

I could go on, but you get the gist: there will no successful fight against all these novelties unless we recover our Christian moral dimension and start calling them by their proper name: abominations. It is perfectly foolish to think that you can take the stigma away from homosexuality without having, one day, homosexual “couples” asking for some sort of recognition; and at that point, where will it end, your grand-grandfather would have laughingly asked: with perverts marrying? And adopting children?

Two or three generations later, we know the answer.

But you see, your grand-grandfather would never have made such a mistake. He was not afraid of words. He called a pervert a pervert. He knew that there are lines that are never crossed, because when you begin to cross them there’s no end to the havoc they’ll cause. You don’t allow the devil to make himself comfortable in your house entrance because he has told you that it’s cold outside. If you do, he’ll take the entire house, and then it will take so much more energy to kick him out.

This is where we are now. The battle against homosexual adoption must start from the battle against sexual perversion. There can be no compromise in that. We have seen the results.

Our grand-grandfathers were utterly right; and the idiots are we, politically correct wimps not willing to offend anyone and making of “diversity” our new God.


New Evidence in Favour of Pope Pius XII

Pius XII, "Pastor Angelicus"

Interesting article on the National Catholic Register about the newest findings regarding the way Pope Pius XII helped the Jews.

In April of 1939, just one month after Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli was elected Pope, the U.S. Jewish Veteran magazine called the new Pope’s leadership “a source of great satisfaction to Jews.”

“Pope Pius XII is known as a staunch friend of Jews,” the veterans wrote, noting the success of his election despite the attempts by anti-Semitic Fascists to prevent it.

The March 1939 issue of the magazine also expressed the community’s “fervent hope” that Pius XII would “have a long and successful reign; that he will fill the spiritual vacuum left by the decease of his predecessor, and that he too will be sanctified by the love of his fellow men.”

Here must be said – what many people nowadays conveniently forget – that Pius XII was Mussolini’s candidate, and the worst possible choice for the Nazis. The Nazis knew his stance when he had been the Nuncio in Bavaria – that is, the Nuncio for Germany as there was no nunciatura in Berlin – and knew that he was the driving force behind, and the actual writer of, Mit brennender Sorge. The Voelkischer Beobachter was savagely critical of Pacelli’s election.

Another very interesting piece of information is about the situation in Poland:

[…] then-Cardinal Pacelli had intervened to block an anti-kosher law in Poland in 1938.
Had the legislation passed, it would have forbidden Jewish ritual practices and constituted a “true persecution for Jews,” Pope Pius wrote at the time.

The facts are the facts, and the day the communist lie about “Hitler’s Pope” ( a lie conveniently adopted since by everyone with an axe to grind) is debunked among the great public is getting near every year.

No doubt, news like this one will multiply in the years to come, and the opening of the vatican archives will give additional impetus to the re-establishment of sanity. At that point, I think, there will be no obstacle for this great Pope’s beatification, whose beatification prayer is already approved.


How To Be Disobedient To The Pope: Archbishop Vincent Nichols

The international symbol for deafness

From the Pope’s address to the bishops of England And Wales (emphases mine):

Your country is well-known for its firm commitment to equality of opportunity for all members of society. Yet as you have rightly pointed out, the effect of some of the legislation designed to achieve this goal has been to impose unjust limitations on the freedom of religious communities to act in accordance with their beliefs. In some respects it actually violates the natural law upon which the equality of all human beings is grounded and by which it is guaranteed. I urge you as Pastors to ensure that the Church’s moral teaching be always presented in its entirety and convincingly defended. Fidelity to the Gospel in no way restricts the freedom of others – on the contrary, it serves their freedom by offering them the truth.


In a social milieu that encourages the expression of a variety of opinions on every question that arises, it is important to recognize dissent for what it is, and not to mistake it for a mature contribution to a balanced and wide-ranging debate. It is the truth revealed through Scripture and Tradition and articulated by the Church’s Magisterium that sets us free.

I do not know where Archbishop Vincent “Quisling” Nichols was when these words were pronounced. In the loo, possibly, or perhaps outside for a cigarette. The most probable hypothesis is, however, that he was there, heard the words, read them afterwards, and never cared.

This is the same Vincent “Quisling” Nichols who, you will remember, had to make clear, in the very weeks of the papal visit, who is boss by stating that he doesn’t know whether he would “recognise the reality of gay marriage”. This is, also, the same person who, when the ink on Universae Ecclesiae was not yet dry, was already on record stressing that there would be no instruction in the celebration of the Tridentine Mass in seminaries.

Many, and most of them scandalous, are the achievement of this champion of imitation Catholicism. I have recently reported that his penchant for getting at odds with Catholic teaching has recently received the honour of an internet page ad hoc, that I have linked on the right (Catholic links) under Bad Shepherds: The Vincent Nichols Files

I am now informed – from whom I understand to be the same good soul who has set up the internet site, and many thanks to him – that Vincent Nichols is striking again: he is allowing premises of the diocese to be used by an openly dissenting (means: clearly heretical) homosexual and lesbian group (plus other assorted perversions) called Quest. The excellent site of John Smeaton has the story , and provides you with several links to the astonishing affirmations of these people. Please send the children to bed in advance.

If you read the words at the beginning of the message, you’ll understand what mockery Archbishop Vincent Nichols is making of the Pope’s words. We are far away, here, from Catholic teaching “always presented in its entirety and convincingly defended”. We are, actually, by its exact contrary: Catholic teaching not presented at all, and openly undermined.

All this, on the Diocese’s premises, which gives the group a kind of at least indirect endorsement. The 1986 “Letter to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on the pastoral care of homosexual persons” (link on this site, under “Catholic links”; and another document that Archbishop Vincent “Quisling” Nichols must have misplaced) expressly deals with the matter, stating as follows:

“All support should be withdrawn from any organizations which seek to undermine the teaching of the Church, which are ambiguous about it, or which neglect it entirely. Such support, or even the semblance of such support, can be gravely misinterpreted. Special attention should be given to the practice of scheduling religious services and to the use of Church buildings by these groups, including the facilities of Catholic schools and colleges. To some, such permission to use Church property may seem only just and charitable; but in reality it is contradictory to the purpose for which these institutions were founded, it is misleading and often scandalous”.

I am, alas, not a mother tongue, but the meaning of these words seems rather clear to me. It seems to me that the then Cardinal Ratzinger says to the bishops:

1) you may think that to allow “dissenters” to use diocesan structures is just and charitable, but it isn’t;

2) to do so is:
2.1) contradictory to the purpose of teaching sound Catholicism;
2.2) misleading, and
2.3) often scandalous.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols is, also, accessory to these perverts’ heresies not only by silence, but – in giving them the space – by partaking. Not bad for the head of the Church in England & Wales.

John Smeaton wonders whether this time, Archbishop Nichols will “surprise us with a new found fidelity”. I appreciate the humour, but I’d say that it is safer to try to have him surprised by a phone call from Rome:

The place where to address your concern is:

Congregazione per il Clero

Palazzo della Congregazioni, Piazza Pio XII, 3 – 00193 Roma

tel. 06 69884151 fax. 06 69884845

Email: clero@cclergy.va

You can, I think, simply send Mr. Smeaton’s link (more diplomatic than mine) with some short words of concern. Please forward his link or mine to people you know and ask them to also send an email or a letter.

I do hope that our anonymous good soul will update Mr. Nichols’ site with this latest exploit. It might, one day, make Rome’s work easier.


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