A Message From The Editor

Dear Readers,

This little effort has been operating for now more than eleven years.

During this time, we hope that our effort has given some consolation, some hope and some instruction to all our readers.

Our effort has always been free of charge. We have, in fact, paid out of our own pocket for every expense.

We don’t have powerful backers allowing us to operate. The Opus Dei does not finance us, because we love the Society of St Pius the Tenth. No NGO would dare to even think of giving us money because we all hate Francis. Bill Gates refutes to acknowledge our existence.

Before I go on with the important message I need to share with you today, I would like to once again introduce to you our editorial, all-White, all-Male, Arch-Patriarchy team.

Mundabor

He is the founder and driving force behind this blog. He has a PhD in Fake Catholicism. He loves chocolate, tiramisu’, and the Oxford Comma. He is a great fan of Padre Pio. He hates Jesuits.

Angry Mundabor

He covers Francis and, at times, other Bishops and Cardinals. He has a degree in Heretics Bashing. His friends say that he is not an easy guy. He loves the Blessed Virgin. He hates Jesuits.

Cat-owning Mundabor

He collaborates with this blog whenever we need someone talking about his cat. He has been, at times, accused of being a closeted dog lover, which he has always refused to deny or confirm whilst deeply resenting the word “closeted”. He has no PhD. He loves cats. He hates Jesuits.

Relaxed Mundabor

This is the guy who writes those “we have already won” posts. We ask him to intervene in bleak times, or whenever there is a need for some wider perspective. He does not like milk in his tea. He teaches Catholicism at the Providence School for Intelligent Cats, where Cat-owning Mundabor’s cat also attends. He thinks all his pupils are more Catholic than the Pope. He hates Jesuits.

Dear readers, after this short presentation of the team, we thought that we had to discuss with you an important issue. We would prefer to never touch this issue with you; alas, it has to be.

This blog can simply not afford to go on this way.

Your contribution is required in order for this blog to be able to continue. Your help alone will allow this blog to continue operations.

We are already short of our objective for this month, and we need your collaboration to achieve it. The age of the free blog is rapidly coming to an end. Will you help us?

We humbly, but urgently ask you to give a real contribution to this blog.

We accept your contribution in the following ways:

Hail Marys

Our Fathers

Rosaries

Masses for the grace of final repentance of any of our contributors, and yes, you get to choose…

Dear readers, we know that this is a lot to ask and we truly appreciate your effort. We hope that you will, in your charity, keep this initiative alive. But time is running short. Please consider donating at fixed times (like every Monday, or every First Friday), so that our effort can regularly benefit from your generosity.

Thanking you all in advance

The Editorial Team

Posted on August 26, 2021, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 35 Comments.

  1. Well done Mundabor. You can depend on my support. We “need you on that wall” protecting us against Jesuits and other heretics.

  2. May God bless you and keep you.

  3. so how to contribute?

  4. Pauly Fongemie

    I second Michael Dowd!!

  5. You get a regular “Immaculate Heart of Mary, save the soul of Mundabor” from me:+) Stay on the wall, my brother:+) God bless~

  6. Mary Ann Kreitzer

    I love your blog, I will be adding your intentions to our daily rosary intentions. We need “kindred spirits” to fight all the evil we are facing. Today I’m also offering a sacrifice of suffering due to a family tragedy. May God give you the strength to go on.

  7. First Hail Mary already donated. More to come.

    On the other hand, I hate to have to tell you this, but: MY cat is in fact the most adorable cat of them all. Whether she’s knocking things off the nightstand, or sprawling on the dining room table, or sharpening her claws on the carpet, or lying in wait, or just mooning me at close range, she is tops. Just ask her. She’ll tell you!

  8. I can certainly contribute some Hail Marys and Our Fathers. They should be bouncing up against you right about now. Please don’t spend them all at once. Put some in your eternity bank for later.

    God bless you…

  9. C’mon Mundi,
    there are also good (at least, there were) jesuits. You can’t hate s. Bellarmin or s. Petrus Canisius.

  10. rockvillecatholic

    You forgot to mention that you are a European. One of the guiding principles for Catholics in the USA is to “Pay up and shut up”. Be assured of this pew sitter’s prayers and hope that you live and write for years to come.

  11. A Hail Mary for Angry Mundabor, my favorite contributor and the most needy.

  12. Yes certainly. We need your blog. It keeps things in perspective and helps us to understand our dire situation in a steadily disintegrating Church.

    Thanks for what you do.

  13. Filthy Jesuits!

    Dear Mundabor and team, I will certainly contribute to the blog.

    Thanks for your work.

  14. You had me worried, then laughing. Cat-owning Mundabor, Angry Mundabor, and I would like to know how Mundabor reconciles relaxed and angry, because I have not figured out a way to be both of those and I am absolutely both of those, especially the latter sometimes. I will remember angry, relaxed, and cat-owning Mundabor at my rosary and try to remember each time. I think I need a small pad of paper, the list of things to pray for is growing exceedingly long! God bless you and all here.

    • Many thanks Kate!!
      It’s this way, that whilst I am very emotional in the matter of the day, I am able to get above the miseries of life and focus on the big picture. Some days Angry Mundabor dominates, on other days a more long-term perspective prevails. Fortunately, as I get older, the long-term perspective becomes easier to keep in mind.

  15. I think my dog may be able to help you. He loves food and hates Jesuits. Will that do?

  16. With such an all-star editorial team, how could I refuse! I’ll add you (y’all?) to my ‘friends & loved ones’ rosary decades. Oh, and of course continue the prayer and smile at the Asperges at every High Mass. 😉

  17. Dear M, my canine friend is a little spaniel, not a mastiff. He would lick them to death, no more.

  18. Count it; one Holy Mass said for you from St Thomas More Priory in Sanford Fl, and assorted prayers.
    Also as usual a momento at the Asperges for my favorite pundit.
    Keep up the great work!
    Joe

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