Archbishop Coleridge bans un-jabbed priests

Priests must be double-vaxed and prove it by December 15 2021. If they resign they will simply be removed from all public ministry. If they don’t resign they will be administratively suspended from all public ministry. He says that such priests “present a risk to the faithful to whom they minister, as well as to their families […and…] clergy not doubly vaccinated are failing in their duty to care for the faithful.” He added: “I will not consider conscientious objection.” So, nobody is allowed to have a conscience but him.

Mark Coleridge is a fellow Biblicum alumnus and a former official at the Secretariat of State of the Holy See. He’s smart enough to know whether he’s in safe territory with Pope Francis as he slits the throats of priests going against Canon Law to do so.

Pope Francis said: “I believe that morally everyone must take the vaccine.” And then: “It is the moral choice because it is about your life but also the lives of others.” And more: “There is a suicidal denialism that I would not know how to explain but today people must take the vaccine.” In Canon Law that translates to reasons why it is licit to cancel a priest, kind of, you know, if the basis of law is tossed out altogether and if bigotry, or, better, tantrums rule the day.

Marky did his doctorate at the Biblicum on the Infancy Narratives. Now if anything is stunning, that‘s stunning. How is it, then, that he is so eager to get a machete to rip open the wombs of Mary and Elizabeth so as to take out Jesus and John and use their organs for research, development and testing for such “vaccines”?

Just a question, Marky.

Should I mention the “Not one more penny” campaign by cancelled priests? In Australia, the law is that if you mention anything about anyone which could perhaps cause some loss of income for that person you are criticizing, the one who says anything, a whistleblower, say, will be liable to pay the entitled offended party whatever it is that such a person thinks they are missing by way of income because of what you said. That kind of puts a chill on things, doesn’t it? Well, here’s the deal: I’m not in Australia. :-)

To those cancelled or about to be cancelled priests in Australia: You’re welcome.

  • Having zero fear before those who rail against God and neighbor and themselves brings with it a certain freedom and joy.
  • To stand in solidarity with Jesus brings with it a certain freedom and joy.
  • To have one’s gaze in heaven and being hidden with Christ in God brings with it a certain freedom and joy.

There is no cancellation that these guys could bring about that will have any affect on me. Go ahead, call me suicidal, a murderer, a bad and evil priest, rigid, entrenched, whatever. I stand with Jesus. And many priest friends I know stand with Jesus. And they know the same freedom and joy as I do. I’m not cancelled, right now, that is true. But I see what’s going on with Pope Francis and with so many who are sycophants right around the world. This cancellation is coming to an (arch)diocese near you. Are you ready? Be ready: say the Rosary; go to Confession. You’re all set, come what may.

Jesus, the High Priest, sees it when His own priests are getting their throats slit by those sycophantic and entitled. Yes, Jesus lives, and He will come to judge the living and the dead and the world by fire. Amen.


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9 responses to “Archbishop Coleridge bans un-jabbed priests

  1. Donnie

    Archbishop Coleridge is a classic example for a perverted conscience, the likes of the followers / slaves of Hitler, who do not take into account the freedom and good conscience of others.

  2. Gina Nakagawa

    When Christ returns will He find any faithful among the Bishops. At LaSalette the weeping ‘virgin said that Rome would loose the Faith.

  3. sanfelipe007


  4. Mary Ann

    Lord have mercy on us, and on the whole world.

  5. David Osterloh
    New evidence for infanticide in the creation of the fetal cell line used for COVID vaccine testing
    On who’s soul does the use of this evil mark?
    The Bishop for ordering it or the priest for going along, how about the lay people that claim “but the pope said it is a good thing”
    Who’s soul sufferers?

    • Father George David Byers

      GREAT LINK, David. Thank you. It’s not rocket science. We each are responsible. But those who are leaders must protect us from the wolves instead of becoming wolves themselves.

  6. Aussie Mum

    Re Pope Francis labelling rejection of the vaccine as “suicidal denialism”.

    According to Wikipedia “denialism” can be caused by religion and is the reaction of irrational minds to a “truth” put forth by experts and verified by consensus, which said “irrational minds” find unacceptable. So, for Pope Francis truth is whatever is politically correct and we who refuse abortion-tainted vaccines are irrational? It seems so.
    What then, is “suicidal denialism”? Presumably, the idea that the unvaccinated are going to die by their refusal to be vaccinated.
    Consequently, Pope Francis appears to be putting his weight behind the smear and fear campaign being carried out by governments and media against the unvaccinated. What does this say of his religion? I would say that his religion is not Catholic but a very old religion nonetheless – that of the fallen world, idolatry – believing man the arbiter of truth.

    Another concern: If we who refuse the vaccine are labelled irrational and a danger to ourselves, will we be separated from society until “cured”?

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