Beware Of The Obese Wolves

I do not know if it a case of solidarity among gluttons, but you can read around – if you visit the wrong places; which at times I must do so you don’t have to – that some bloggers will have no problem whatsoever in hypocritically and blasphemously comparing Cardinal Dolan with Our Lord. May He have mercy on them if they die unrepentant; though honestly I don’t think he would.

The fashionable way to adress the clergy’s prostitution to the modern fashion concerning sexual perversion is, nowadays, to say that as Jesus sent away the adulteress commanding her to sin no more, Cardinal Dolan is miraculously authorised to be a willing promoter and accomplice of sexual perversion.

These people simply pretend that Jesus went around participating in Jewish festivals enriched by the presence of the Jewish Whores Association, or hosting the banner of the Child Scandalisers Of Jerusalem, or supporting the presence of the Getsemane Section of the Sodomy Awareness Group. It truly is beyond belief how we are deemed so stupid that we should now throw out of the window a 2,000 years’ old understanding of what is scandal and complicity with sin, and substitute it with a new “hermeneutic of faggotry” according to which as Jesus ate with sinners – of course he did; we are all sinners – everything must now be allowed to everyone, and there’s no scandal a Cardinal is called to condemn.

We are also informed the adulteress of the Gospel probably went around slutting it again; this, after a life-changing encounters with Jesus who has just saved her from a very concrete risk of death, and which must have been the greatest shock and spiritual experience of her life at the same time; this, of course, supposing the adulteress was not Mary Magdalene herself, a thesis that does not persuade me anyway. Still: Magdalene or no Magdalene, one truly wonders about the workings of certain people’s mind.

It needs a highly secularised person with a great attachment to sin and a low level aversion to adultery to not understand that Jesus’ presence must have been awe-inspiring, towering above everyone else’s, and life-changing for very many. Particularly so, when the life-changing encounters involves a huge sin.

Jesus’ magnetism, and the extremely deep impression he made on people is so frequent in the Gospel, that the assumption that an almost executed adulteress would very probably happily go on whoring after hearing from Jesus’ very mouth the command “go and sin no more” indicates a truly disquieting mentality. Would you invite for lunch a woman telling you with a smirk, between the pasta (double portion) and the roasted lamb (triple): “oh well, the woman almost certainly went on to sample other men…( and can you pass the potatoes, please?)”.

The modern wolves have no respect for anything. Jesus himself must be depicted as the prostitute to popular opinion they have reduces themselves to.

Do you want another example? Jesus does not “shame” the adulteress, we are informed. Doesn’t he? Really? Has he affirmed her sexual tendency, then? Has he said to her “hey, it’s complicated”? Has he said to her “perhaps you’re going through a complex emotional phase?”. No, he hasn’t. The sin is there, very square and very public. Not with one word Jesus belittles or relativises what is for everyone to see, under the sun, and punished with death. In addition, Our Lord very imperiously commands her to immediately and definitely cease behaving that way! Sheesh. I wonder how stupid must a reader be, in order to swallow the fat lies of these wolves…

Beware of the obese wolves; of which as I write I have two in mind, of either sex. Beware of commercial “small c” catholic sites whose only aim is to tell people what they are already thinking, and reinforce them in every error; timorous of letting readership – and therefore, kar-ching – go if they were to challenge the modern “inclusiveness” fashion. Beware of this new habit of bending Jesus to every fashion and every perversion, construing his behaviour as the exact contrary of how it has been seen these last two thousand years. These people are of the devil, and he tries to seduce you with soothing words through them.

These small “c” catholic sites are made for people who live in ideological opposition to Christian values, and look for a validation of their revolt. Not simple sinners – we all are it – who still upheld Catholic values and have the fear of the Lord; but adulterers who want to be affirmed in their adultery, perverts who want to be affirmed in their perversion, and cowards looking for excuses to have a conflict-free life.

Beware of the obese wolves.

Mundabor




 

Posted on September 10, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Supernatural faith understands Jesus in a very different way and is a true gift. Those who uphold such a pedestrian view of The Lord, the King of the Universe need our prayers for true conversion. Pray ceaselessly for repair of the Church.

  2. Mundabor, I would love it if you would place a phone call to Francis, the Bishop of Rome. Francis claimed that the gays in the Vatican don’t have I.D. cards. So, eh, ah, oh? “Who am I to judge?”

    Hopefully the conversation could go like this, :

    Mundabor: Good news! The gays in New York have their I.D. cards out loud and queer. They’re even putting it in on a banner in the St. Patrick’s Day parade. Guess what? Jelly Donut Dolan has his I.D. card, too. After all, he’s leading the parade. Now that you have a clear I.D. what can you say, Francis?

    Francis: Ah, eh, oh….

    Mundabor: Choking on your Yerba Mate?

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