Heathen “Morality” And Cowardly Clergy.

The news some days ago had the story of the married history teacher who “seduced” a boy of thirteen. “disgusting” was a recurring adjective. I had no intention of reading the details, but I am inclined to believe the boy was grown to rather a man, as to my knowledge ephebophilia is rather the preserve of homosexuals than of married female history teachers.

Be it as it may, one wonders how a Country that finds this behaviour disgusting largely tolerates, or even “celebrates”, sodomy.

One of this weekends, an open air festival will take place in London, dedicated to the open celebration of sexual perversion. I have not heard any meow from Cardinal Vincent “Quisling” Nichols yet, or from his colleague in Southwark who might also be responsible, or from any other prelate who should also feel responsible. If any meowing took place, it was made in such a way that it was not heard where it's uncomfortable.

And so we go on, with heathen immorality being pushed down the throat of the stupid masses, whilst our bishops and cardinals talk of social issues, or of the “joy of being a Christian”, and the Pope gives the example by being the most cowardly, and the most subversive accomplice of perversion of them all.

One can't escape the impression after Francis, “Quisling” Nichols, & Co. all die they will have more company with sodomites than they bargained for. But wait! Francis said I shouldn't say this! It's so “judgmental!.

So let me repeat it:

One can't escape the impression after Francis, “Quisling” Nichols & Co. all die they will have more company with sodomites than they bargained for.



Posted on June 29, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. I do not judge. The Lord tells me not to. He judges and I must accept His judgements.

    • “I do not judge. The Lord tells me not to.”


      “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment”

      This is John 7:24 for you.


  2. Precisely M! My judgements will be on appearances, and therefore partial and fallible, and I may be easily deceived, and led astray into all kinds of immorality. The Lord searches the heart and is not deceived. I therefore will trust His judgements and abide by them. So when He says, “A man shall leave his mother and Father and cleave unto his wife, ” I take it that the Lord has judged what is proper for man to do. And I accept it.

    • This sounds, in part, better (particularly the last part), but left it this way still sounds like a flight into non-judgmentalism.

      The dry reality of this life is that we are called to judge infinite situations around us, for the sake of our own soul and the soul of those entrusted to our direction, or relying in some way on our guidance.

      We must, we truly must, demolish this “who am I to judge” madness. It is straight from Satan.

      Perhaps this is not what you meant, but again I must make the point again and again every time comments are posted which might engender the impression.


  3. You are right. I meant the opposite. Natural Law is obvious to any with the eyes to see. When you place yourself over and above what is revealed in creation, you make yourself judge and arbiter of morality. This is heathenism. And heathenism is where all manner of perversion is born (and enjoyed).

    I take your point. “Who am I to judge?” = Cowardice and an abnegation of Responsibility. In clergy from the lowest to the highest, a scandal.

    It is not our feelings that matter, nor our desire to be all things to all people, nor our compassion and amiability, but fidelity to the Lord’s Judgements, which are faithful and true and wholly to be trusted.

  4. Seems like some strange thinking going on here. dav phi says, “I do not judge.”

    And then he says. “Who am I to judge? = Cowardice and an abnegation of Responsibility. In clergy from the lowest to the highest, a scandal.”

    Which by any dictionary or theological or any other meaning is a judgment.

    I would love to know what definition he is using for “judge” and “judgment” because I hear this kind of thing from a lot of people and it doesn’t make any sense.

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