FrancisChurch Excommunication: Where Do I Apply?


There are rumours around the Evil Clown will excommunicated some of those pesky Catholics who write on magazine and blogs. As you know, excommunications can only be personal, and cannot be – in order to be real excommunications – applied to entire categories of people.

Therefore, if Francis were to excommunicate “all the intolerant bloggers” or any such rubbish, that would be no more than the usual horse manure.

However, the Unholy Father might excommunicate people by name, picking one or two dozen of the most valiant defenders of Truth. Oh, what a honour! What a feeling! What a crowning of one's journalistic or blogging career!

Dear Evil Clown, when you come to that point – because you are so unbelievably dumb that you might really do it – please, in your charity, remember me!

You don't need to know my real name. My pen name will, I am sure, suffice.

Oh, to wake up in the company of the likes or Archbishop Lefebvre! With nearly not as much merit or saintliness of course, but with the wonderful feeling of being treated by FrancisChurch like he was treated by V II Church!

In your dumbness, Unholy Father, please give me this gift! I will carry it as a badge of honour, as a “Catholic deplorable on steroids” medal, as the greatest glory of my blogging existence!

Ah, I am too insignificant, I am afraid. Others would get this privilege.

But it was beautiful to dream.

M

Posted on October 2, 2017, in Bad Shepherds, Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Edgar Lefebvre

    Wonderful little piece. I read you every day; your energy and courage give me hope and keep me from turning my back on the rot in the Church and just walking away.

    Thank you

    Edgar Lefebvre
    Montreal

    • Thank you, Sir!
      Don’t walk away! prepare for a long battle instead.
      We have already won. We must merely go on winning until the day we die.

  2. “We have already won. We must merely go on winning until the day we die.”

    Those are among the most profound words you have ever written.

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