I laughed out loud when he described the difference between Jesus and Mary when it comes to the unrelenting ferocious cleansing of the temple. Hahahahaha. :-) Good for you, Father Altier. I love it.
This is a repost, just because…
- Because he has the most succinct, clearest, direct, ferocious, charitable summaries of the abuse crisis to date. Really, really good. You’ll think for a moment that this is slightly dated now, but then it will hit you that, no, there’s a large number of the hierarchy from priests right to the top who still fit this description most precisely.
- Because he’s right, of course, about dearest Immaculate Mary. Hahahahahahahaha.
7 responses to “Father Robert Altier on the cleansing of temple by Mary”
Thank you for putting up Father Altier’s homily, Father. What he said needs to be said and heard by as many as possible.
Wow! What a crescendo. Terrifying, sobering, wonderful. Thank you passing on Father Robert’s homily.
When a video is recommended on a blog I am always curious to see the details of those that follow and this time there was a young monk telling ’10 Hilarious Catholic Jokes’ which raised a much needed laugh here. I had already heard two of them – my children having attended a Catholic school used to bring home some great jokes!
I think our Lord’s Temple incident had immoral reprobates to relocate. His Church, now worldwide and led by immoral communist imposters, needs His faithful to be wise, prayerful, and thankful for the good priests who persevere.
I think I remember viewing this when it came out in 2018…it has aged quite well, and remains ominous. As Fr Altier said: “If this is what happens inside the Church, what is going to happen when it goes outside of the Church?” I believe we are about to see just how horrible it can be. The “wailing and gnashing of teeth” the end of the video may be exactly what we’ll be hearing?
Is Father Altier serving at a new parish now? Last I knew, he served at St. Raphael parish in Crystal, MN, through 2021, I believe. Thank you!
Yes, since Summer of 2021 he has been at Holy Trinity/St.Augustine Parish.