BlackfenGate: What Did Bishop Smith Know?

The sad news of what has happened in Blackfen is the source of sadness on one side, and questions on the other. Let us look at what has happened.

There is an excellent priest there. The man celebrates the Mass and of the Ages and has a thriving parish. He is also a world-reputed blogger, and his example even spurns several others from his parish – and who knows how many from outside his parish – to do the same.

Suddenly the priest is moved to the certainly more remote – if certainly rather idyllic – Ramsgate, at the boundary of the diocese, far away from the (broadly) Londoner audience of the old parish.

Why did the Bishop do such a thing? What need was there? I know, priests are routinely moved every now and then, but do they have to? Really?

The new man is, to say the least, strange.

Yours truly, who often tries to be charitable but never tries to be stupid, wrote a message to the parishioners of Blackfen, inviting them to lose the chap tout de suite and attend somewhere else. Very simply, nothing good can come from priests who want you to read the “Tablet”.

It has transpired in the last days that, as so often, when a priest wants you to read the Tablet there are other issues at play. Which confirms once again an old leitmotiv of this blog: they are “progressive” because they are perverts, or have some other huge skeleton in the cellar.

Father Fisher is, as it is now clear, very officially just another faggot priest who shames the Church with his very existence; and who, instead of praying more (and more; and much more still!) and get on with the Catholic program refusing even to THINK of his diabolical perversion decides instead to “embrace” it and, as it is said today, “come out’ as a faggot surrounded by repulsive perverts, and is clearly “proud” of it. (Warning: disgusting fag!).

At this point, the man is toasted as a Catholic priest. Bar some extraordinary work of the Holy Ghost, this one is also toasted in eternity, because the smell of Reprobation is strong in him. More on this later, though.

The question arises now rather obvious: what did the Bishop know? Why did he remove Fr Finigan? If Fr Finigan had to be moved, why so far away? Why send at his place a man like that? Did the bishop not know? Really? Not even rumours, whispers, hints from smart people? Is it truly so, that nowadays unless one is a first-class ass or a wilful promoter of sexual perversion he cannot become a Bishop?

We should pray for the poor faggot. He is an infinitely worthy soul, more worth than the entire Universe. His eternal soul was made by the Lord to be happy with Him forever in the next world, and the fact that God may (probably will) allow Satan to snatch this one does not mean that God (antecedently) wants it so. We do not give up on anyone. His guardian angel will try to the last, and we do not want Satan to get easy preys.

This one is a particularly disgusting, and particularly disturbing, faggot. Which is why we must pray for him and for the good of his immortal soul. If the man sends himself to eternal torment (don’t be an idiot now: that’s what the odds are, or being a good Christian is useless), at least it won’t be for our want of trying.

But we should also pray for Bishop Smith, who seems intent in doing what so many colleagues of him do day in and day out: take a golden parish, cover it with excrements, call all this being “pastoral”, and proceed to ruin the next parish.

Boy, this one has the stuff of the Cardinal in himself.

The diocese of Southwark was one of the healthier, or less ailing, ones.

I wonder how long this will last.


Posted on July 20, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Fr. Fisher is leaving the priesthood to become a teacher (already apparently appointed to a ‘catholic’ school – presumably arranged by the archdiocese or certainly with their knowledge). He would have needed an academic year or two to get his teaching qualification by part time study). So, he goes to his bishop and says, I want to leave the priesthood and intend to become a teacher by part time study so would prefer to remain in the priesthood until qualified. Ah, says the bishop, we have this trendy ‘about to become a teacher’ priest who will be in need of a job when he qualifies and I have this ‘traddie’ troublesome parish. Why not kill two birds? So, he says, well, Fr. Fisher, if you do me a favour, I will do you one. If you will go and sort this parish out and get them ‘in tune’ with the archdiocese, I will ensure that you have a job at the end of your studies.
    OK so far but then the silly, giddy, priest decides to go very public about his ‘proclivities’ but the tweet account suddenly disappears. Could it be that the bishop got cold feet and told him to shut up or the deal was off? I don’t know and we never will but perhaps it played out like this.

    • A…. Teacher? Really? What about making an ISIS soldier become an airliner pilot? I seriously hope this with the teaching is done and over now, catholic school or not.m

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