Now, More Than Ever

Father Blake has the usual interesting reflections about bloggers becoming less active of late, and concludes that, faced with the present Pontificate, many may prefer to scale down the activity.

I have not noticed any dramatic decrease in the blogging activity of the bloggers I follow; but the bloggers I follow tend to be a rather tough bunch, certainly not inspired to be silent by the barrage of heresy they are now confronted with every day. On the contrary: the heretical bullying of our Bishop of Rome and of the other prelates is met, in case, with clearer words.

Oh, if I had had a blog like theirs when I was lapsing from the Church. Oh for people around me ready to make clear to me that the bunch of idiots now running things are but a momentary flatulence in the digestive process of a Church that will expel all these heretics out of Her bowels, and will let them fall in the deep of the canalisation and, from there, in the mouth of Satan, where they belong. Oh for people ready to call a heretic a heretic, and an idiot an idiot, and a clown a clown, irrespective of their wearing the habit. But most of all: oh for brave people making very clear to confused Catholics that Truth can never change, and those who tamper with it will, bar an always welcome but not very probable repentance, pay the most horrible price for their insolence. Truth is an immense block of granite. The likes of Bergoglio and Baldisseri are merely stupid teens in Beavis and Buttheads style; they scratch at it with forks and dirty it with spray paint: thinking, in their arrogance and stupidity, that they will make any permanent change to it. Beavis and Butthead against Christ The King, that’s what it is. The outcome is all too predictable.

I read the reaction of Cardinal Baldisseri to the poor Italian priest expressing himself in an extremely soft way about public adulterers, and wonder when the likes of Baldisseri will own allegiance to Satan overtly, as they do it covertly, but with such rage, now.

These people have now become so shameless in their bullying, that of all times this is the one that should see blogging activity increase, not decrease.

Picture the usual halfway formed Catholic – or Christian – unable to understand what is happening, not well formed enough to mount his own reaction, and with the nagging suspicion that there is, in the end, no difference between the Church and a political party, ready to shift “priorities” as the mood around them changes. And therefore, no Truth. And therefore, very probably, no God. One blog, one blog only can make a huge difference in such lives. Then, they will say to themselves, I am not alone. Then, there are many like me. Then, there is a lot to learn and read, many other blogs like this perhaps! Perhaps books, and fora, and conferences! Then, Truth has not died!

Oh, how I yearned for information like the one I hope to spread with my blog; how would I have delighted in a call to battle with my fellow soldiers, rather than calls to be a nice neighbour who never kicks the cat, loves peace, sounds at all times like a man of questionable virility, and never forgets to water the plants.

True, we all had the Gospels. True, self-evident Truths were as self-evident then as they are now. But for most people, including myself, it takes the clarion call to discover the one and the other; it takes the place where one can go and be told: “we are not in the business of appeasing here; we are in the business of fighting for Christ. You will lose friends and acquaintances, you will be considered a very strange man and a hypocrite; you will be belittled, provoked, perhaps worse. But the Truth we fight for, it has already won; and may we, with God’s grace, avoid going down the canalisation, and in the mouth of Satan, like those stupid grown teens”

Now, more than ever, it is the right time to blog. Now, more than ever, it is the time to find harsh words against the Jezebels who prostitute themselves, and dare to prostitute the Church, to all kind of evil; against the army of prelates now competing with each other in becoming the willing accomplices of prideful adulterers, and shameless sodomites. They do it so that their own popularity may be increased, so that they may have a life of privilege and power, uncaring of a God in Whom they do not believe. But He looks at them, and will deal with them at the time He has appointed.

Some of them will repent, but the rapidly soaring tone and scale of the attack should leave no doubt in the mind of sensible people about the scale of Satan’s offensive. The 13 March 2013 marked the start of this offensive, and now we see the military operations in full preparation for an almost unprecedented, all-scale attack, that might well start in October and, let us make no mistake here, is coming to us in any way,without fail, unless the Lord calls an end to this madness first.

Love for the Church requires, it demands from us a righteous anger in direct proportion to the attack moved against her; the minions of Satan daring not only to confuse with weasel words, but – as in Baldisseri’s case – to openly attack with great virulence obvious expressions of Christian orthodoxy, and good priests trying to do their job, must be openly confronted, and presented to the confused, but hopefully thinking Caholic readership as the traitors, the bullies, the friends of the Enemy they are.

Whenever you read about one of them, reinventing Christianity for the sake of their own popularity, think of it: they are but temporary flatulences in the digestive process of the Church. The Church, accustomed from the start to deal with toxic waste, will expel them from Her bowels all right, like so many before and after them; to end up down in the canalisation, and in Satan’s mouth, where they belong.




Posted on July 9, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. I hope you weren’t serious about kicking the cat. Never ever kick the cat.
    Kick satan’s minions back to where they belong.
    But never kick the cat.

  2. Woooooow Mundabor ! That’s got to be your best ever. That was “heart speaks unto heart” for me. As a convert I was one of those half-formed Catholics who felt in my bones that something was wrong but I didn’t have the background to understand the bigger picture. It was an odd anomaly here, another there, and I was still scratching my head….this isn’t what I thought I was signing up for. Then one brave commenter (mainly) plus a few others in the background saying the same thing a bit more gently caught my eye….and I followed and learned….and now I know. Thanks be to God for that brave commenter who opened my eyes and taught me (and referred me to here btw). And now I feel the need to give something back. Sure there are others out there who have open ears and minds to listen. It is becoming more difficult to comment on mainstream sites without getting banned/deleted, but it’s got to be done. Well said and bravo for this post 🙂

    • Thanks for your kind words.

      I do not consider myself (or any former lapsed Catholic) a “convert”, unless you mean that you had already converted from protestantism and still felt you did not get the entire menu served.

      To me, it was a strange feeling that Truth must be there somewhere, but the clergymen I had around me were so bad it certainly wasn’t worth my effort searching it there. It was only as I discovered the immense patrimony of sound (pre-VII) Catholicism that I saw clearly in front of me the huge, sacred edifice of the Church, hidden behind the hut of V II.


  3. Amen. Thank you for helping us keep the lamps filled with oil, Mundy. It is nigh on midnight and the bridegroom cometh.

  4. “Temporary flatulence in the bowels of the Church.” Brilliant…and the cause of a good laugh. Thank you for the clarion call my brother in Christ:+) God bless~

  5. Love your writings. Always look forward to your great posts. Hoping you can write something about these recent and, again, astounding words from Bergoglio: “When I look at America, also my own homeland, so many forests, all cut, that have become land… that can no longer give life. This is our sin, exploiting the Earth and not allowing her to give us what she has within her.”

    • Thanks, Sir!
      I wish I could keep up with all the rubbish of our own Mahatma-In-Chief… 😉
      When the Football World Championship has ended, I will try to devote more time to the blog again 😉


  6. Hello again Mundabor. I was brought up atheist and didn’t have a clue. After wandering around via the scenic route for a long time, eventually I came “home” to the CC (which was where I had felt drawn to in the first place but didn’t have the background to understand). I came home after a lot of research/thought which helped me understand why I had felt drawn there in the first place….ie mind met heart. But by the time I arrived “home” it seemed that they had changed something. I was expecting the Traditional Church as she always was….but that wasn’t what I got. So yes, I am a convert to the CC (mainstream) who later turned to SSPX.

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