Let’s Celebrate!

Francis informs us that today is the world blabla day for the blabla care of blabla creation, or something of the sort I can’t even care to look up.

Without knowing the exact name, I think you know what this is about: the “new age” cult of the earth our atheist excrementator in chief loves so much, because it allows him to push his socialist agenda.

I think I will, for once, take the guy’s words at heart and suggest that you, my dear reader, care for and suitably celebrate this day so dear to Francis’ heart.

Get your internal combustion engine car and have a nice drive somewhere where God created natural beauty. Celebrate the cosiness of your house by switching on every light you have in it, thanking the Lord for the beauty of that nature that makes Sister Electricity possible. Have a nice dinner based on a huge Porterhouse steak as you think of all those cows happily grazing God’s green earth. Consider eating said Porterhouse in the garden, with your Brother Gas heather celebrating the great gift of fossil fuel.

What a beautiful way to celebrate, support and affirm God’s wonderful Creation in so many aspects! What a wise, exhilarating prayer of thanksgiving! Can there be any doubt that Frankie will be absolutely on your side, and – in spirit, of course – want to hug with you that 100 miles away tree that is, on this special day, so specially moving?

Think of this: with that belly, I am sure Frankie himself knows a think or three about Porterhouse steaks, with abundant potatoes to make his wonder at God’s gifts complete.

Yes, Frankie. You have persuaded me.

Creation really is a beautiful thing.

Posted on September 1, 2021, in Bad Shepherds, Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Good Shepherds, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Eco-Christianity is “another gospel”. This pope is not a Christian. He’s a promoter of Fake Good News.

  2. And, as it becomes colder turn up the gas heating and thank God that we won’t be shivering in our boots. I will also advise my Filipino family to turn on the air conditioning, so as to keep cool in their very hot climate. Great post!

  3. In my new residence (Texas) it’s just a bit too warm (about 32C) for dining in my garden. So I bought my meal with curbside pick-up, waiting for delivery while my car gently idled and kept me cool. While I dine, I will just look at the wonders of nature–birds, flowers– through my windows, with my air conditioner gently reminding me of God’s gift of soft, cooling breezes. Nearly paradise.

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