Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Fr. Murray's Take on Papal Deceiving

Another essay from a faithful priest on the Holy Father's spiritual malfeasance and nonfeasance.

I suspect that these two women left their meeting (“They were pleased”) with the impression that Pope Francis thinks it is okay for them to pretend that one is a man, and that that they are in some way married.

I am certain that Pope Francis does not really believe that. It’s regrettable that his poor choice of words left that impression.

Good for Fr. Murray for speaking the truth.

That deceptive act affected much more than the two women. It affected thousands of spiritually-disturbed individuals and their families.

I keep trying to put what's happening to us into scriptural perspective and the most accurate seems to be Chapter 12 in the Book of Revelation.

A dragon standing before the woman with a tail that keeps grabbing and sweeping souls away from salvation.

That is what is happening to our families.

At the end of the day, nobody really cares whether the dragon meant to do it.

All that matters is, it did and it does.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

The man who mistook his wife for a hat.

Great article while watching the pope who mistook a woman for a man or a path to Gehanna as a path for salvation.

I don't want to cite any part of the article because every paragraph is such an amazing jewel.

This heretical circus was almost too great a burden to bear.

Many have already said what needs to be said about this cockamamie event, but it was too important to ignore the deceptive circus at TTC.

This event was where the Holy Father tried to convince us that teaching the Catechism, right and wrong judgments to our children, the fiat of living every day in a state of Sanctifying Grace, not to follow false prophets, worship false Gods, join counterfeit 'churches' was "VENOM".

I commend the Pilot for finding a Catholic writer still willing to put lipstick on the pig under this pontificate. I thought George Weigel was the only dinosaur in the museum of extinct endemic perverted cultish practices.

Still, the lipsticked pig is shrouded in mystery.

Shaw writes:

At a time when sentimentality sometimes undermines ecumenical thinking, there are those who ask what difference doctrinal differences among Christians make -- isn't God pleased with all of us? The question deserves to be taken seriously, since a certain amount of doctrinal diversity on open questions is not only tolerable but, up to a point, desirable.

We're undermining Russ' 'ecuminical thinking'. Christ actually killed it in one sentence. God doesn't give what is holy to the dogs. And when we're outside of His Mystical Body, we are fulfilling that warning.

My tolerance for deceivers is getting pretty low.

I would love to know who, aside from the Holy Father and Russ Shaw, could ever think theologians teaching heresy to the people we love or leading them to abandon the Sacraments of salvation 'is desirable', wouldn't you?

The source of desiring the catastrophic outcome to all of us is certainly not God.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Good Shepherd Fr. Z's latest rant...

I couldn't agree more with his main points that the Church is indestructible and indefectible.

And sure pope's come and go. Like the rest of us, the man is a gnat on the Corpus of Christ.

The damage the pope is doing now isn't to Truth or Christ - that's impossible. The damage he is doing is to people.

He is destroying and robbing salvation from the people we love.

That's what we are pissed off about.

And not just a little!

Friday, October 14, 2016

Listen to Tim Kaine's Respect for Women and Children

Archbishop Kurtz Statement on Wikileaks Evidence the Democratic Party is Trying to Corrupt the Catholic Church

This is an interesting statement.

There have been recent reports that some may have sought to interfere in the internal life of the Church for short-term political gain. If true, this is troubling both for the well-being of faith communities and the good of our country.

IF this is true?



Because I'm trying hard not to be cynical here, but let's come to Jesus.

If Catholic families had a dime for every photo op bishops took with them or every award given to them or every time they put on their best dress and shoes and ran to some swanky event to rub elbows with corrupt proabort politicians, we'd all be sitting pretty.

We've got the pope being led around by the nose by one of the wealthiest and powerful democrats in the country and the worst antichrist in the history of democratic party to arrange a three-ring-circus with violent communists.

Now we are supposed to believe the bishops are shocked to learn the democrats have been trying to undermine and silence Church teaching.


And here is another pathetic statement from Wuerl.

How do we vote Cardinal Sissypants?

The answer is keeping souls safe in the voting process is....drumroll..Don't be a partisan. Be salt and light. Protect the weak. Pursue the Common Good. Make a blanket with bellybutton lint. Get on a pogostick and ride your flatulence to the moon.

Absolutely useless!

The Counterfeit Church

A CRISIS article reminded me of Aquinas' brilliant description of people who come to Church week after week with unrepentant mortal sin on their soul:

Thomas Aquinas said that, while there is an infinite amount of grace in the sacraments, that does not mean that one receives an infinite amount of grace. The amount of grace one receives depends upon one’s preparation, disposition, attention, and thanksgiving. One essential disposition that should be present in both marriage and communion is openness, self-surrender.

Several decades of "Vatican 2" nutcase bishops and priests, a very small number of people who come to Church are actually receiving Sanctifying Grace, drawing the properties of Christ's Body and Blood, using Them to enlighten and guide their intellect and resist temptation.

At a time when the catastrophic consequences in our families and world seem insurmountable, we are further burdened by a pope who, on the one hand surrounds and beckons the uncatehized with heretics, and with the other encourages Holy Communion practices of Judas. And we all know where it led Judas.

This recent photograph and story of Pope Francis encouraging transgenderism left me sobbing.

I couldn't help thinking of the parents and loved ones who must have spent years trying to shepherd the woman back to right judgment and Sacramental Grace.

In two minutes, the holy father undermined and more importantly crippled the abilities and efficacy of parents and loved ones to nurture them with the tools of Sacramental Grace.

Just look at this horses ass statement:

The Pope spoke of an old retired priest who welcomed Neria and a young new pastor who was harsh. "When the new pastor would see him, he would shout to him from the sidewalk: 'You will go to Hell.'" Francis said. “But when he'd meet his old priest, he would say to him, 'How long has it been since you've confessed? Come on, confess so you can take Communion.'” (translation by the US Bishops’ Catholic News Service)

He, once again, took his sword and severed them from the family and Christ's Church.

Whatever work was done by parents and priests to keep this woman hanging onto the thread of salvation of the Sacraments - perhaps on her death bed - decapitated.

And the witness did not just affect this family but millions of others.

With discipline, I can bring myself to believe his intentions are not the destruction of the tools for salvation and he doesn't realize the harm he is doing. He is simply a first class moron planting seeds that the devil is watering and harvesting. The highest ranking moron in the army of "Vatican 2' prelates who have been at the destruction of the family for decades.

What is indisputable is, what we have before us is the erection of an edifice within Christ's Church that is built upon sappy feelings and devoid of Sacramental Grace. Aaron is building his golden calf and the uncatechized all around us are mesmerized. They are drinking the diabolical disorientation like there is no tomorrow.

The holy father's intentions are, of course, useless to us. The disordered men decapitating Christians are driven by their intentions to serve a 'god'.

What matters to us is the outcome of his actions.

Yesterday, on the 99th anniversary of Fatima, the Holy Father announced that teaching our children and family right from wrong actions when faced with temptation is 'venom'.

In the home, family, friends and community when your children and loved ones are facing temptation, the holy father said it isn't right to teach and use the tools Christ left us for salvation.

Christ's instructions to feed his sheep and convert all nations are not applicable to him and he does not want them to be applicable to mothers, fathers, grandparents, relatives, friends and Catholics in Christendom. The holy father continually exposes us to spiritually-disturbed edicts to stop teaching the people we love right judgment who are following the diabolical suggestions of the disordered prelates and ideas he is is shoving down their throats.

In charity, I assume the ad nauseum repetition of suggesting we cease and desist the apostolic vocation of the priesthood and baptismal promises in the family somehow make sense to him and those he's gathered around him.

A Christ who recruits Herod and Herodias as apostles while renouncing and banishing apostles teaching faithfulness to God and the tools for salvation.

A Christ who hops into bed in the public square for photo ops with the woman at the well and her long line of lovers.

I keep experiencing people I love being dragged into his rabbit hole. I remind God of His promises to preserve the faith. Telling Him we needed this burden like we need a hole in the head and to...well.... put a sock in it. Please just put a sock in it.

It is so frustrating to continuously encounter His Vicar serving up another plate of poison to my family and loved ones. And the fact that he is stacking the episcopal see for the election of his successor is putting the light at the end of the tunnel further and further away.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Clinton Emails Reveal Unconstitutional Government Plots to Molest Catholic Church

Voris has citations from the emails HERE.

This violates the constitution.

Anyone and everyone who stays home on election day, votes for a person who has zero chance of winning, doesn't vote for Trump, has blood on their hands.

Longtime Clinton confidante discussed infiltrating the Catholic Church with progressive ideology to foment revolution

“We created Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good to organize for a moment like this. But I think it lacks the leadership to do so now. Likewise Catholics United. Podesta writes

It lacked leadership all right.

To head the organizations, they picked a pervert who was running a sophisticated prostitution ring pimping at-risk women and children in Ohio. (Eric McFadden) McFadden was running the prostitution ring while sending threatening perverted communications to conservative Catholics right from Ted Strickland's office. The assertion he was laid off because of budget cuts is farcical.

This is the kind of operation the democrats kicked off.

Like most Spring movements, I think this one will have to be bottom up,” Podesta writes

And that's exactly the reason why I've repeatedly said our roles to obstruct the efforts belong on the parish and diocesan level.

In some ways, I am sorry to say I remain sadly suspicious that Soros money and power influenced the election of Pope Francis. The Jack Connors/Pope Francis prancing about Cuba gushing over violent communist dictator Che and subsequent gaga for Obama statements made by the pope while claiming Trump wasn't Christian have a stink on them.

My suspicions aside, I accept the holy father's election as valid because I don't have any information to substantiate the cause of apostate circus during this papacy. And quite frankly, it doesn't matter to me because it can and never will change the validity of the Sacraments and our job is to ride out the storm and expose, expose, expose and obstruct, obstruct, obstruct. Every program, every attempt made on the parish and diocese level.

And what we have going for us is, the bishops are wimps and will cave to whoever puts the biggest and most embarassing fire under their backsides. At the end of the day they know the tide could turn at any minute in Rome and any public action to assist the lavender mafia running the Apostolic See under this papacy could come back to haunt their careers.

They also know Christ's promises. We do too. He's going to come back before they completely destroy His Church.

All we have to do is stand before Him saying we did everything we possibly could to keep them from robbing people of their salvation.

And that's what we're going to do.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Braintree's Fr. Paul Clifford is having an Adults Only Evening with a Sorcerer

Saint Clare's parish in Braintree is having an Evening of Magic for Adults only. Be dazzled and amazed at this Performance on Friday, October 14 at 7 p.m. in the parish hall, downstairs of church.

What is the matter with these people?

What's next?

A parish trip to Hooters to play with ouija boards?

CC 2117: All practices of magic or sorcery, by which one attempts to tame occult powers, so as to place them at one’s service and have a supernatural power over others – even if this were for the sake of restoring their health – are gravely contrary to the virtue of religion. These practices are even more to be condemned when accompanied by the intention of harming someone, or when they have recourse to the intervention of demons. Wearing charms is also reprehensible. Spiritism often implies divination or magical practices; the Church for her part warns the faithful against it. Recourse to so-called traditional cures does not justify either the invocation of evil powers or the exploitation of another’s credulity.


A few comments have reminded me that we should be clear about Catholic teaching on magic in general and what makes this particular event at Golgotha so screwball.

Simply stated, 'magic' becomes problematic when the 'magician' does things that violate laws of nature.

Card tricks, pulling a rabbit out of a hat, pulling a quarter from behind your ear and other slight-of-hand tricks that use distraction - these are not problematic.

Let's use David Copperfield as an example of what can go awry when you dance on the border of 'magic'. Most of Copperfield's 'tricks' involving sophisticated equipment and flexible women are harmless. About twenty years ago his illusions graduated to making building and statue of liberty 'disappear' in front of live audiences. The tricks were done with obstacles and lights and were not a problem in substance. Yet this starts to get out of my comfort zone. Copperfield has the money and time but we don't have the same kind of confidence about a local guy who could take you to the parking lot of a KofC and make the building disappear.

Again, making things 'disappear' using distraction and optical illusion is harmless but similar tricks could be used by people using power only the devil can supply. Why on earth would I want to give my children the impression it's all harmless? We open the door to things and people who would introduce harmful things. It's a stupid thing to do.

On it's face, it is very little difference to the uncatechized. They won't know the difference. Our people do not have the skills to know the difference. Children do not have the skills to know the difference.

Consequently, any kind of 'magic' show does not belong in your parish hall. The Church hall is not a public event venue for money changers and all forms of entertainment. It's a place reserved for things for teaching, a gathering place for people who have just received the Body and Blood of Christ, a place to bring a speaker or hold an event that is Catholic. You are ten feet away from Golgotha. You are standing on holy ground. Guard this space in your parish accordingly. Just like Christ did.

Any kind of 'magician' that involves or appears to involve mind reading or a stranger having personal knowledge or communications about you, your family, your dead relatives, your future or your past is a form of divination.

2115 God can reveal the future to his prophets or to other saints. Still, a sound Christian attitude consists in putting oneself confidently into the hands of Providence for whatever concerns the future, and giving up all unhealthy curiosity about it. Improvidence, however, can constitute a lack of responsibility.

2116 All forms of divination are to be rejected: recourse to Satan or demons, conjuring up the dead or other practices falsely supposed to "unveil" the future.48 Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers. They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone

What is wrong with this particular event?

1. It's an inappropriate use of holy ground.
2. It pastorally opens up stupid people and the uncatechized to events and people who are using divination and powers of the devil.
3. It's an R-rated-adults-only event, which should alert lucid people that something is askew. Thecontent could be sexual or vulgar in nature or includes some form of divination.

Pope says the Holy Spirit gets sad when we don't break commandments.

At least this is what the press is implying.

While following doctrine is important, those who focus solely on its strict observance can "reduce the Spirit and the Son to a law," Pope Francis said Oct. 6 during an early morning Mass in the chapel of the Domus Sanctae Marthae, the Vatican residence where he lives...

“This attachment to the law makes one ignore the Holy Spirit. It does not allow the power of Christ’s redemption to come forward with the Holy Spirit,” he said. “This was the problem of these people: they ignored the Holy Spirit and didn’t know how to go forward. They were closed, closed in requirements: ‘do this, do that.’ We too, at times, can fall in this temptation.”

The second attitude, he continued, is to “sadden the Holy Spirit” when Christians allow their lives to be led by the “theology of the law” rather than “the freedom of the spirit.”

In doing so, he said, “we become lukewarm and fall into Christian mediocrity because the Holy Spirit cannot do great works in us.”

We all know what he's talking about here but his flight of thought did not arrive at its destination. Again.

In his own vocation, his rigid adherence to the discipline of celibacy is not stifling 'the freedom of the Spirit' or 'reducing the Holy Ghost to the Son to a law'.

Married people who rigidly avoid sexual attractions to others are not making the Holy Spirit sad.

Single Catholics who rigidly resist temptations to shack up with some eyecandy are not 'closed, closed in requirements' of 'do this, do that'.

Frankly, I don't take the shine to the Holy Father's ad nauseum use of the word 'rigid'.

It does a great disservice to Sanctifying Grace.

When you observe a person "rigidly" resisting temptation, what you are looking at is a person who is so deeply in love, all of their desires are invested in their beloved.

You are looking at a person who has experienced temptation when the going got rough but values the relationship with God and their beloved too much to pursue the temptation.

You are looking at a person who knows how to use the Sacraments and prayer to stifle temptation or remove oneself from the situation. You are looking at Sanctifying Grace in action.

Ironically, I "think" this is the exact point he is trying to make?

I am tired of having Sacramental Grace described as a flaw or vice with the use of the word 'rigid'.

Enough already.

Recently, I was making weekend plans with a friend. I casually mentioned Mass while trying to find a time for a rendezvous. She told me she could never find time to go to Mass on Sundays because she's busy.

Here is a person who has reduced Christ to a Son of the Law.

Millions of baptized Catholics have lost their intimacy with Christ. They see the Church as a legal dictatorship that prevents them from the 'happiness' of the friends with benefits and contraception secular culture.

They are the people who have reduced Christ to a Son of the Law.

They've distanced themselves from the love of God.

Implying a voice that lures us into mortal sin is the Holy Spirit and caricaturing the use of Sanctifying Grace to successfully resist temptation as some form of diabolical inflexibility -- this is not helpful. At all.

If any 'spirit' invites you to the 'freedom' to break a Commandment, it is NOT the Holy Spirit.

Communicating theology to the uncatechized and the diabolically disoriented is a skill that requires a connection to and understanding of the mystical world.

Any time an evangelist is working on conversion or catechesis, demonic activity will flock to the peanut gallery. They will quickly look for what isn't said and use it to their advantage.

This is why people experienced with this phenomenon communicate in a way that thwarts this activity.

It takes a lot of trial and error. Few do it perfectly. We are much better at it when we can take the time to think, write, edit or have something prepared. It is very difficult in off the cuff conversations. This is why two millennia of popes did not expose the papacy to demonic vultures. It is not a missionary role. The papacy is about supplying spiritual food to starving intellects and souls.

It's not about the money. It's not about food for hungry stomachs. It's not about the quality of air. It's not about the weather.

This papacy is going badly in its mission.

It is true that some of the things the Holy Father is saying are being misunderstood, such as this homily. But the problem lies with the communication of that theology not the reception of it.

But the problem is much bigger than communication.

Three years later, the only effort made by the Holy Father to fix his communication problem is the deliberate effort to undermine and replace faithful theologians with known heretics.

So, in the family, we are not worried about 'the Son of the law'. The laws are the tools necessary to build Sanctifying Grace.

We are worried about the replacement of the law with the son of destruction.

This phenomenon is leading the people we love to stop resisting temptation. And if that is not foolish, enchanted or men and women who sadden the Holy Spirit, nothing else is.