Texas: The Devil Among Us (Plus: Make Some Noise!)

The shocking news from Texas  ,prompt me to some short considerations, Please pray for the victims and, if you find it in yourself, for the soul of the bastard (little hope on that one, though).

The first one is that assaulting churches will become more common in years to come. As the US polarises between believers and heathens and the conflicts come to a head (abortion, perversion, Christian symbols and prayers in public), it is reasonable to expect more violence. Europe is not excluded, as the case of Father Hamel last year abundantly proves. 

The second one is: why no one was armed inside that church? In a State like Texas one would expect that the citizen exercise their right to self-defence. No armed churchgoer meant the man could mow down people at will, from 5 to 72 years old. It needs a good guy with a gun to stop a bad guy with a gun.  

The third is that the devil roams around, seeking whom he may devour. The assassin was a bible study teacher, or anyway involved in a church, himself. This should be a warning to all of us, that the devil is constantly at work to snatch our souls.

The fourth is that it behooves you, lovers of freedom, to make as much noise as you can on social media in defence of the Second Amendment. Enough with this childish exploitation of every tragedy. If a man mows down 70 people with a truck no one asks for a ban on trucks. Actually, though, driving trucks is merely a privilege. In the US, bearing and carrying arms is a right, not a privilege; even a right sanctioned by the Constitution. 

Pray, and make some noise. 



Posted on November 6, 2017, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Mundabor, people in Texas who know this church tell me that they have a “No concealed weapons, no carry” sign posted there.

    In fact when the shooter tried to make his getaway, it appears in an off-white Cadillac Escalade, two armed citizens chased him. Police have arrived at the scene and saw his vehicle leaving and didn’t realize he was the perpetrator. The killer crashed the vehicle while being chased and being shot at and then decided to commit suicide.

    So apparently an armed citizenry did, at the end of the day, prevent an even greater evil, his escape.

  2. It is a little town of about 400 people. I guess nobody thought they would need a weapon there that day. We all need to rethink. There will be lots more armed people in churches after this.
    It takes a better person than me to pray for this…madman. He once broke the skull of his own baby, apparently a toddler. Where all these demons have come from, I don’t know, but our nation is filled with them. Apparently the world is filled with them.
    There is no law that is going to stop Satan, and he is the progenitor of such carnage. The culture does not help. If it’s legal and accepted to tear an unborn child apart in the womb, well then, why not.

    • The fact is, you can never know when a self-defence situation may arise. The nature of violence – of every sort – is such that it is unexpected, unannounced.
      Besides, carrying arm should be done as a proud exercise in freedom before any practical consideration.

  3. Today on t.v. my moron of a bishop said that the solution to these massacres is more gun control. I’ve had it. I’m never going to set foot in one of his useless Novus Ordo churches again, so help me God.

    • I disagree with you.
      The churches aren’t his, they are the Lord’s.
      You don’t go to Mass to please to bishop. You go there because of the immense value of the sacrifice of the Mass which takes place there.
      Go to mass, and don’t leave any money.
      Hurt them in what the love most.

  4. sixlittlerabbits

    Thanks, Mundabor for stating this so well. Actually, two armed men pursued and shot at the perpetrator after he left the church. Texas authorities have commended them.

    • Also, the intrepid 65-year-old man who got his rifle and stopped Devin Kelley was an ex-NRA instructor. He saw the shooter in kevlar, outside the church, executing people as they drove up, and knew only a rifle could penetrate the body armor. He hit Devin Kelley in the leg, but also in the torso, and after that wound, Kelley fled to his truck, pursued by him and another chance passerby who drove.

    • Deven Kelley, all his peers who knew him and his high school acquaintances said, showed evident signs of clinical depression and bi-polar effect.

      I can’t help but wonder if he is yet another offspring of drug-using parents, thelat behavior being so prevalent with people starting in the 90s and continuing today—why so many young people are borderline personalities and evidence so much psychopathology., more it seens than any generation before.

    • All fine. However, we must pay attention not to let these conditions appear as extenuating circumstances. He knew what he was doing, and he has answered to a Just Judge for this.

  5. Nope. Not going. Period. Made a vow.

    • Not sure this is even an answer.
      You can’t make a vow to commit what might be a mortal sin. Not saying it necessarily is, but certainly your vow is neither here nor there in this question.

  6. Let me re-phrase this : I’m not going to set foot in any church presided over by that fat retarded whore masquerading as a Catholic bishop. I’ll drive forty minutes to attend the Latin Mass instead. Better?

  7. ilovevictoriasbows

    re: The assassin was a bible study teacher
    The only mention is his own LinkedIn account resume’ where he lists that he was a ‘teacher’s aide’ (probably his (2nd) wife’s or mother in law) at Vacation Bible School for a week in June 2013. Just another dangerous atheist.

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