Daily Archives: July 20, 2021
I have read many a stupid thing in my time, and in “catholic” blogs and publications not less than elsewhere; but in the last days we have been reaching a level of idiocy that even I thought hard to fathom.
The idea that the TLM would be rightly persecuted because Traditionalists aren’t nice is the most blasphemous sacrifice ever made on the altar of the religion of niceness that I have seen up to now.
Once again, we see the attitude at work that puts Christ last, and virtue-signalling first. It also shows that the detractors of the Traditional Mass have a flirt with Satan that has been going on for a while, and which now manifests itself in the usual ways of the world: you haven’t followed the rules of the religion of man; you are, therefore, rightly deprived of that which we have grown to hate.
If these people had the first idea of the sacredness of the Mass of the Ages, they would not even think of taking the Mass as a hostage in their stupid fight against proper Catholicism. But the problem is, that the very concept of sacredness has abandoned them, substituted for the religion of tea and biscuits, of easy compromises, of all half and full concessions to the world Satan wants from them and suggests to them.
It’s too dumb even for words. It’s like saying “you deserve to die because you never say good morning” (true or not), but it is, in fact, infinitely worse because the Mass of the Ages is more important than any human life.
The “It’s your fault” party shows that they are, utterly and completely, sold to this world and have completely forgotten the other one.
Let’s hope they repent. I don’t know if they realise it, but they really don’t want to die on the side of the Evil Clown.
As my affectionate readers know, I am guilty of always been robustly optimistic. My glass is, even when half empty, always three quarter full. Therefore, please take the following with a pinch of salt.
Francis is old. He is missing half a lung and an unspecified portion of his colon. He is fat, and does not give any sign, at least up to now, to want to change his diet (sciatica and colon issue point out, AFAIK, to excessive consumption of meat forming uric acid in the body and contributing to colon congestion, colon impactions and diverticulosis, which can degenerate into diverticulitis and make an operation necessary; I think something of the sort is at play here). I’d say that we are looking, in the not too distant future, either at healthy Francis, or at dead Francis. I know what’s more likely.
Unless I am mistaken, an awful lot of Bishops are making the same considerations as I write this. The old man is a maverick, and many bishops realise (from what I read around) that, once again, he has shot himself in the foot. They aren’t really keen to anger the most faithful part of their pewsitter. They know, in many cases, that the SSPX is available, and the faithful will make heavy use of the possibility. They know that there will be an onslaught of canonical lawsuits, with countless priests openly stated that no pope can abrogate the Mass of St Pius V. They know that donations are going to take a hit.
On the other hand, there is the maverick, angrier and bitterer as the years go by. How long will Francis last?
In case you think that I have just stated that many bishops hope that the old nincompoop takes his leave soon, let me clarify: It’s exactly what I think. They weren’t born yesterday, these bishops, and whilst they have clearly no spine, I’d say most of them have a brain.
Therefore, the combination of functioning brain and jellyfish spine will lead to this: that many bishops will give a more or less “efficient” interpretation to traditionis carnifices according to their estimation of the residual length of this disgraceful Pontificate.
And now go on, and accuse me of being an incurable optimist! I promise you I will be able to take it….
The “sharing” Reblog
The multiplication of the breads is often used nowadays (by the Evil Clown on several occasions) to give us the good half socialist story of the people “sharing”. Poppycock.
Firstly, it is a miracle. If you believe it was a miracle, it means that you believe that Our Lord created something that was not there. “Sharing” cannot be part of this story. If you believe that it was a “miracle of shating” then obviously you don’t believe it was a miracle. The Gospels report Christ’s miracles because they were just that: miracles. They were not edifying little stories for the titillation of social justice advocates.
Secondly, the story is there with a precise purpose: to show not only a prefiguration of the endless abundance to be found in heaven, but also, and more poignantly for every Jew present, that Jesus is God. Only God can create food, only God can…
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