Pfft. Here’s the deal. Jesus is the One, the Only One, yesterday, today – right now, and tomorrow, the First and the Last, the Alpha and the Omega, the One who was, who is, and who is to come, the Almighty.
Being one with Jesus doesn’t take us away from the present and throw us into the past, although Jesus also connects us in the present to those in the past.
Being one with Jesus doesn’t take us away from the present and throw us into the future, although Jesus also connects us in the present to those in the future.
We are one Body in the Body of Christ, Christ the Head, we the members. I find Jesus to be enthralling. He is my Life. He is the Truth, my only Way. I know that not because I’m a good guy, but because I’m from hell but have received His forgiveness.
To insult Jesus as nothing more than a source of nostalgic disease when He is associated with the Traditional Latin Mass, for instance, that insult is… well… wait for it… an insult to Jesus. I don’t like that. I don’t like that at all.
“Out with the old! In with me!” is the Promethean self-absorbed shriek of today into the future. Well, I’ll just stay with Jesus.
Making breakfast this morning I listened to EWTN evening news from I think it was 9 May 2023 on YouTube. There was some sister as a guest saying how effervescently excited she was, just bubbly altogether, that everything is new, and so today, what with women voting on faith and morals in the Synod on Synodality.
And everyone’s fine with all that, not seeing the forest for the trees. The problem is not that women are voting, but that there is voting at all. Instead of listening to Jesus, we listen to fallen human nature. This is how the Jesuits have perverted the discernment of spirits of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Follow your fallen human nature and the result is your own personal doctrine and morality and spiritual life and liturgy! All yours! All about you! Forget Jesus! Don’t be backwardists! Always forward! until… until…
The new buzzword for the spirit of Vatican II is pastórial style. We hear every day of…
The pastórial style of a James Martin (you know… ♬ pastórial ♬), or…
The pastórial style of a Cardinal McElroy (whatever the hell he wants), or…
The pastórial style of the Synod on Synodality (so you are forced into it), or, ad nauseam…
The pastórial style Pope Francis (and so you had better imitate him), or even…
The pastórial style of Jesus (blaming Jesus for what they do).
What is “style”, exactly? If the users of this buzzword knew what it meant they wouldn’t want anyone to know:
“Probably from Proto-Italic *stiglos, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)teyg- (“to be sharp; to sting”) + *-lós. Related to instīgō (“to urge, stimulate, stir up”). Cognate with Ancient Greek στῐ́ζω (stízō, “to mark with a pointed instrument”), Ancient Greek στῐ́γμᾰ (stígma, “mark, spot”), Proto-Germanic *stikaną (“to stick, stab”).” (W)
And while we might just applaud some application of effective father governance in the Church – finally – the severity of this style does not now refer at all to being guided to be on one’s knees in reverence before the Son of the Living God, but rather to giving up on truth, morality, the spiritual life and reverent liturgy.
“Style” is most commonly used with the received meaning of manifesting whatever fabulous fad so far today, for you, in your circumstances, your “style” being absolutely sacrosanct, having no rules, no commandments, no limits, no purpose, no hope. It is said that Jesus has a style so that anything Jesus says or does can be ignored, you know, prudentially, judiciously, according to your very own circumstances and style.
Style is that which is, therefore end result of being visited, taken over, possessed by the spirit of Vatican II: “Do what I say! Do it now! More clown liturgies! More demon death idols! More insulting of the Sacrifice of the Mass! STYLE!!!”
I’m sure there were some innocent analogous usages of “style”, say, with ars celebrandi (the art of celebrating [the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass]), say, by John Paul II or Benedict XVI, but I have never understood such references unless they were entirely given over to what I call the one thing necessary for priests in their priesthood and in their offering of Holy Mass, that they are just to get themselves the hell out of the way of Christ Jesus, the One High Priest, so that all points not to any style of the priest, but to Jesus alone. That’s boring? Instead, the Living Truth is enthralling.
Forget style. Look to Jesus. Adore Him.
Oh, and, by the way, about “pastórial”. There is nothing pastoral which is not 100% with the Good Shepherd, Christ Jesus.
Mind you, Traditionis custodes was literally sent out by email from the Holy See to the Apostolic Nuncios to the bishops to the priests, a process of quite a number of hours so that all the middle-men could write cover letters in their own “style.”
So, we might see something by late evening. 3 April 2023 is the standing best hypothesis for the publication of an Apostolic Constitution putting the TLM to death since this was the date of the attempted abrogation of the TLM by Paul VI and also his attempted promulgation of the New Order of Mass.
Although I have written on this previously, tantrum-esque insistence from Rome on God’s death has been evidenced. To recap, following up on Traditionis custodes, Art. 3.2, in his Responsa ad dubia, in the “explanatory note,” Cardinal Arthur Roche writes:
“The exclusion of the parish church is intended to affirm that the celebration of the Eucharist according to the previous rite, being a concession limited to these groups, is not part of the ordinary life of the parish community.”
Let’s do a syntactical extraction of verbiage dependent on “the celebration of the Eucharist”, just so we’re clear about the core statement, just so you can hear it clearly:
“The exclusion of the parish church is intended to affirm that the celebration of the Eucharist […] is not part of the ordinary life of the parish community.”
Let’s boil that down a bit more:
“The Eucharist […] is not […] the […] life of the parish.”
Get that? If the Living and Incarnate Word of God, Jesus, in His Sacrifice for us is irrelevant to the parish community in one rite, that means that Jesus in His Sacrifice for us is irrelevant to the parish community in all rites, including the Novus Ordo Missae, the New Order of Mass. It’s the same Jesus, right? Jesus said: “I AM THE LIFE.” Take your hand, Thomas, and put it into my side.
But Cardinal Arthur Roche, with Pope Francis, says: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed Him.”
Sounds like “The Will to Power” of Friedrich Nietzsche, “Der Wille zur Macht.”
God, fully alive, has answered:
Because many have pointed out the lack of canonical exactitude of both Traditionis custodes and the Responsa ad dubia, Cardinal Arthur Roche has insisted recently in the very first point of his Rescriptumapproved by Pope Francis that physically throwing Jesus off His own Altar consecrated for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and then right out of His own Church is now all canonically legal, because, you know:
“God is dead. He stays dead. And we have killed Him.”
Entrenching. That’s not good. That’s not good at all. The whole world is going to hell and their response is that God is dead?
Look, the biological solution comes to us all:
I want to go to heaven to meet the Risen Lord Jesus and thank Him, the Living God, for His Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, for forgiving me my sin of killing Him.
I want Cardinal Arthur Roche and Pope Francis to be converted to Jesus and thank Jesus in the same way. I have nothing on them. I am the worst sinner. But that means that I can also, with Jesus’ grace, be very thankful. So can they.
Have some game, your Eminence! Be not afraid! Let’s do up the debate in front of La disputa del Sacramento (The Disputation of the Sacrament) by Raphael. That would be most appropriate as the Stanze di Raffaello in the Apostolic Palace are entirely secure, and, back in the day, this Stanza della Segnatura was where the Supreme Papal Tribunal met.
Let’s do it in English since English speakers seem to be among the most rebellious of those who love the Traditional Latin Mass.
Let’s have two time-keepers, one from either side. You might want someone loud and forceful such as Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin for your timekeeper, but I think I’ll ask another untitled parish priest in another very small parish who has already been checked out by Vatican security. All good.
We should have two moderators asking the questions, again, one from either side. You might like a smooth-talker like Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, or perhaps someone a bit more brash like Cardinal Robert W. McElroy. For myself, I know a layman with no name recognition who happens to be the best in the world at hunting (within the confines of the law) human and sex-traffickers, and who has, I’m sure, already been vetted by the Holy See’s Intel for all the great work he does. All good.
It’s not like you don’t have a good chance of winning. You have power and prestige and know how to put on a tone to say things are really very serious, though it strikes me that you may not have much looked into the eyes of Mary to ask her just how serious things are with the Sacrifice of the Mass, with her dear Son:
As for me, well, you know me already. You’ve written to me personally investigating my relationship with the TLM. I’m in the smallest, most remote parish perhaps in the world as an otherwise untitled parish priest, truly on the far side of the peripheries. I do have some degrees (SSL, STD), but, alas, nothing from San Anselmo. I was in talks to do my doctorate there with the head of that institute as moderator, but at the last minute I decided that the PIB would be better for my purposes. The point is that right now I’m just another run-of-the-mill priest, but that’s what makes this interesting. It’s the little guy you’re personally hurting. That would be me and those like me. We are interested in the most insignificant people, are we not?
Sure, we could get the great liturgists on the Traditionalist side, those who have read everything and written really so very much indeed. But such debates have already taken place ad nauseam at the old Ecclesia Dei at the one-time CDF, right? A flood of factual information useful in any other era in the history of the Church isn’t quite so useful at this moment. After all, this isn’t about Liturgy, but about your ideology over against the faith of Jesus’ Little Flock. To win, I simply have to show how everything you say mocks Jesus and His Sacrifice, and that God will not be mocked. I’m not saying you do that in your own soul, just that that’s what you objectively present.
I’m sure you also don’t need any experts to use as proxies, since you’re already at the top of the heap liturgically, and this, again, is not about the liturgy, but rather about your ideological insistence that, specifically, the Church’s theology (read: doctrine) is a load of crap, and that everything that holds up that theology like the Traditional Latin Mass is a load of crap. Your words, your Eminence.
Let’s see, how is it that the Church’s theology (read: doctrine) has changed. Is it that for the New Order of Mass:
Jesus is not divine.
Jesus is not the Messiah.
Jesus is not the Suffering Servant.
There is no such thing as sin.
There is no such thing as forgiveness of sin.
Jesus was a fool to stand in our place, Innocent for the guilty so as to have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us.
The Eucharist is just a piece of bread and the chalice merely contains wine after the consecrations.
Jesus is merely a symbol.
And so on and so forth…
I will win for those who believe in Jesus. You will win for those who are, perhaps to no fault of their own, self-absorbed narcissists. Hey! It’s a win-win! Everyone will know where everyone stands. And that’s always good in these times of ambiguity and bullying and bullying with ambiguity. So, nothing to lose for anyone. Let’s do it!
Format? To start, it would surely be good to have fifteen minutes each to present an overview of one’s point of attack. Graphics allowed. You always start, since you’re not the underdog, to say the least.
You can emphasize “Changing Church theology requires TLM restriction” with “changing” referring to active Hegelian manipulation or diversely to a de facto description of acquiescence to sinful behavior and heretical thought that cannot tolerate Jesus’ Sacrifice, or both, or whatever you think. There are endless anecdotes for either and both together or anything else.
Meanwhile, I will demonstrate from Traditionis custodes, the responses to dubia, etc., an objective rejection of Jesus and His Sacrifice on the one hand and how the Traditional Latin Mass provides an occasion for reverent thanksgiving to Jesus by the Lord’s Little Flock on the other hand.
After that, the moderators can alternate in providing not speeches, but questions timed to thirty seconds, always going to you first for a five minute response, followed by myself for a five minute response to the question and to you. This can go for as long as you like. Should you interrupt, the time-keepers will bring order back to the debate and provide time for me to respond to your interruption. The fresco of the disputa will remind us both, however, that the outcome is already assured. All good.
Let’s be joyful, your Eminence. Let’s have a debate.
I should warn you, though, your Eminence, any insult you make to Jesus and His Sacrifice is taken as a direct and very personal insult by Immaculate Mary, Jesus’ Virgin Mother. Jesus doesn’t take kindly to His dear Mother getting insulted.
Don’t blame un-elite me, because you have heard that it was said by actually elite vaticanista journalists that even as the world largely goes to hell assenting to synodality same-sex freak shows, whether on the Vatican’s own Synod website or in Germany or in so many other places right around the world, ubiquitously, it seems that the most important thing for Pope Francis to do, ever, is maybe to possibly perhaps promulgate an Apostolic Constitution on 3 April 2023, Monday of Holy Week, an Apostolic Constitution that will mostly or entirely forbid the offering of the Traditional Latin Mass, and perhaps also force priests to concelebrate at least the Chrism Mass in Holy Week.
Some conjecture the date for the Apostolic Constitution being a month later on the feast of St Pius V or on other insanely sarcastic possible dates. But because of the apparent emphasis on forcing priests to concelebrate, and it being that the concelebration is intensely recommended for the Chrism Mass, and it being that 3 April 1969 was the kind-of-promulgation of Paul VI’s Novus Ordo (but not at all any kind of abrogation of the Traditional Latin Mass), it is 3 April 2023, just prior to the Chrism Mass around the world, that seems to be the probable date.
And, by the way, it is not a conspiracy theory to think that there is Apostolic Constitution coming up. It is quite necessitated by the promise of Pope Francis to undo the Traditional Latin Mass quite completely in his 16 July 2021, Traditionis custodes. And this is entirely within his own projected time-frame. And we have been advised of this umpteen times by authoritative powers-that-be.
For us, in this diocese, the first hypothetical post-Apostolic Constitution Chrism Mass would take place hours later on Tuesday Morning of Holy Week, though I think that if there are to be important changes to the Chrism Mass, our diocese may well cancel the Mass that Tuesday and move it to its traditional Holy Thursday morning time, two days later (not necessarily for reasons of tradition, but so as to revise participation booklets for the priests). Of course, they could stay up all night making photocopies for the priests to use, you know, handing out the already printed booklets before Mass, but then handing out the photocopies of participation-aids just before they are needed during the Chrism Mass itself.
Anyway, I doubt all this because it is simply absurd to have such a juxtaposition in the same document, the trouncing of the Traditional Latin Mass and a mere disciplinary measure regarding concelebration. But because of the intensely rumored insistence that such a juxtaposition is to take place whereby, say, priests not concelebrating but rather merely being “in choir” is ruled out, you know – or else! – because of that, I’m thinking that – Hey! – there may be other things introduced by this Apostolic Constitution for the Chrism Mass itself that will put believing priests into a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation, the kind of bullying ubiquitous in these times of ultra-fake-synodality. It would be a surprise if there wasn’t any baiting-to-get-bullied situation (not in the intention of our diocese, mind you, but that being intended from across the pond).
Just say that there are some specious rewordings in the texts of the Chrism Mass, heretical, sacrilegeous, will a priest, realizing half-way through the Chrism Mass that he’s been forced to concelebrate so as to be a puppet for heresy and sacrilege have the bravery to walk out of whatever Cathedral, cameras rolling, trying not to cause a scene, but making himself look like Judas, who, freshly possessed by Satan, left the Last Supper, going out into the dark? I doubt it. Very, very few would have the gumption to up and leave. Since I’ve done this before in the same kind of forced situation, I have no problem with leaving.
Look, obviously, what I’m doing here in this post is to proffer hyperbolic provocative rhetorical baiting. This is a reaction to what is, truth be told, baiting done by the Vatican, you know, leaking this and that like a manure spreader round about the world so as to see what the reaction is before actually moving forward with something, giving themselves a chance to tighten the script a bit in answer to any baited objections in advance. Very useful, that. This is the long established modus operandi. It can be quite vicious.
And leaking is not necessarily any kind of indicator of anything to come. For instance, it’s also the longstanding practice of, say, someone in the Secretariat of State to “leak” something to a “friend” (be careful of friends) in, say, the Dicastery for Bishops. But that “leak” is entirely imaginary, and only to that one person, by mistake, after some purposed drinks. If, rumors being rumors, it works its way back to the source of that “leak” in the Secretariat of State, but from someone, say, in Austria or Belgium, well then, you know whether you have a traitor or a good megaphone, depending on whether you want to sack the guy or use him. Moreover, now you know his “friends.”
Is any of this “leaking” sincere in looking for a reaction for the adjustment of any upcoming Apostolic Constitution, or is it just some logistical craft for the purging or promotion of personnel? Whatever. I’ll play along and do my part of the process in taking the bait so as to bait those in the Holy See all the more. My purpose in this “reaction” is to convert those who need it.
So, this is just a mind exercise, a “What if?” or two asking why there is such a juxtaposition in an Apostolic Constitution if that is, in fact, the case: (1) of the kind-of-abrogation of the TLM, and (2) of a strictly disciplinary measure regarding a style of participation at a certain Mass. I mean, the latter reference to concelebration refers to, say, the legislation of penalties for a priest who does not go to the Chrism Mass at all, you know, because maybe he has stress-related-diarrhea on that day and so does not participate. Will he be removed from active ministry? suspended? Laicized?
Here we go with some pre-diarrhea execrations:
There’s been what I consider to be a silly rumor coming from many places regarding a change to the consecrations at Holy Mass. As soon as someone puts up such a rumor it is taken back down. So, it’s extremely doubtful. But then it pops up again and again and again. St Philip Neri usefully speaks of such rumors. Just because they keep popping up doesn’t mean they are true.
Just for the sake of this mind exercise, let’s ask how that might work. I’m guessing that there would be change in the second consecration, that of the Chalice. Here’s the present translation with a possible innovation consonant with the repeated pastórial demands of Pope Francis that have been reiterated with real anger, violence even, on his part. He means what he says. My hypotheses [in bold red in brackets].
“Take this, all of you, and drink from it, for this is the chalice of my blood, the blood of the new and eternal covenant, which will be poured out for you and for many[all] for the forgiveness of sins [for the repentant and the unrepentant]. Do this in memory of me.”
The word “which” is a qualifier whose associated content must necessarily be consonant with the provenance of the blood, but if the qualification is untrue (for the repentant and the unrepentant), the very consecration is rendered invalid: the provenance of the blood, Jesus, manifestly does NOT offer forgiveness for unrepented sin, and therefore it’s not Jesus’ blood of which we are speaking. There cannot be any true intention to consecrate. That’s the inescapable logic of it. This renders this consecration invalid. The worst thing a priest can do is to consecrate the bread to be the Body of Christ, but then not consecrate the Chalice. This is an unspeakable crime. Nefas est.
Pope Francis used bad language spoken with real violence to say that priests who withhold absolution from those who are not repentant for their sins are clericalists, criminals, delinquents, vehicles for evil, unjust, f***ing up the lives of others.
So, that little change to the consecrations is not at all beyond the realm of possibility, is it? I mean, that would absolutely fulfill Daniel’s prophesy that the Daily Sacrifice will come to an end. And to speak of that would be… to be… a dreaded conspiracy theorist! I would say, however, that we are living in times of unprecedented evil.
But – Hey! – that’ll never happen. Pfft. Never. That would be like the Pope establishing the abomination of desolation demon of all demon death idols on the Holy of Holies, on the Altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice in Saint Peter’s Basilica, where it must not be by divine mandate. He ain’t gonna do that with the Pachamama demon thing, right? Never! Not even at the closing Mass for the Amazon Synod on 27 October 2019. Oh, wait…
Anyway, let’s just quietly move on and examine a more plausible innovation, say, with the renewal of one of the many priestly ordination promises that the priests reiterate with the bishop at the Chrism Mass, just the third one. That would be less controversial, right? Here’s the original with my guess of a change in [bold-red], you know, just for a hypothetical mind-exercise for this hypothetical would-be forced concelebration of the Chrism Mass:
Bishop: Are you resolved to be faithful stewards of the mysteries of God in the Holy Eucharist and the other liturgical rites [exclusively according to the Second Vatican Council and post-Conciliar spirit] and to discharge faithfully [with synodality and accompaniment] the sacred office of teaching, following Christ the Head and Shepherd, not seeking any gain, but moved only by zeal for souls?
Priests: I am.
Nah. That won’t happen. The priests would choke on their words, aghast, looking at each other in dismay, trying to figure out the word “spirit.” It wouldn’t work. Right?
So, moving on, trying to figure out this strange forcing of concelebration in a hypothetical Apostolic Constitution about a kind-of-abrogation of the Traditional Latin Mass, what if there are enculturation “surprises” such as that pictured up top of this post. That’s a concelebrated Mass for the Synod on Synodality recently. That’s the demon idol Pachamama who has a place in the sanctuary. People are sacrificed to that demon idol to this day. I dunno. Whadaya think? That blanket thing with other rags is draped over the steps, like, really weirdly, inconsistent with the fall of the steps themselves. Am I seeing things? Is that, like, a youth-mannequin stretched out in front of Pachamama under that blanket thing, or… maybe is that actually is a …? Surprise! Once you see it – not difficult – you can’t unsee it.
Nah. That can’t be, not even as a “joke.” Right? But are those tufts, locks of black hair, a couple of feet in front of the demon death idol Pachamama? Surely, at the most, it’s just a youth-mannequin…
I wonder if I should schedule a sick day on Chrism Mass day, you know, because of stress-diarrhea.
Nah. None of this will happen, anywhere, ever. If any of this were to turn out to be true, well, that would cause rebellion to take place in my priestly ministry, and I’m not ready for that [who is?], so…
Begin sarcasm: I’ll just say that that’s crazy! What an idiot I am! I’ll just go and meekly take my place with the other priests and turn out the lights in my mind and heart and soul, not look to the wounds of Jesus, but just fit-it with the others, going along to get along, not stand out, not draw attention to myself like some kind of Judas, because being meek and mild is safe, and nice, and comfortable… [vomit… vomit… vomit…]. End of sarcasm.
If that Apostolic Constitution is published 3 April 2023, and it’s not at all as outrageous as others predict, I’ll also show up for the Chrism Mass in plenty of time, check out the program, make sure there are no innovations, hope there’s no innovations during Mass, no photocopies that we weren’t warned about, go to the meal afterward, get the Holy Oils for the parish (and that’s the point of going), have a good time catching up with priest-friends, do up some plotting, laughing loudly, hear some confessions, maybe go to confession myself. And then make the trip back home, dropping off the Holy Oils at various parishes along the way, as always, happy happy.
The purpose of this mind-exercise is just to say that it’s good to be on guard against all that is not good, all that is not holy. There really are bad and evil things happening right around the world, horrific things against the faith, without precedent, not even in the Sacred Scriptures, and right in the Vatican, right to the top. Yep. At this point, anything can happen.
Calming down some 48 hours later, on Holy Thursday morning, during a quiet moment, maybe I’ll dig up one of those letters of John Paul II to all the priests in the world that he was in the custom of writing on Holy Thursday year after year, letters filled with his devotion for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, for the Most Blessed Sacrament, filled with encouragement for priests, with real love for them. Ah, yes, the good ol’ days. From 2003. And from the hospital 2005.
But the dear Lord has blessed us to be in these days.
It will make for quite the Holy Week if there’s any teeth in that possible 3 April 2023 Apostolic Constitution.
I hope to have the bandwidth on 3 April 2023 to get any Apostolic Constitution by email. I hope not to see therein things which will have me say Non possumus! (We cannot [do this]!) Truth be told: Sine dominico non possumus! (Without That-of-the-Lord [without the Eucharist of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass] we are not able [to live]!). So exclaimed the martyrs of Abitinae on their way to death, what with their witnessing to the Lord’s Love and Truth, His Sacrifice. And so say us all. Non possumus!
Just to say, even if none of what I’ve written here plays out, I think it’s been a useful mind exercise to have written it. The question of the usefulness is this: Could this have been written under any other pontificate in the history of the Church? Manifestly, the answer is No. It could only have been imagined during the pontificate of Pope Francis. I think that says quite a bit, regardless of whether I’ve fallen off my rocker in my old age.
As far as percentages of clown-bishops, blasphemous bishops, sacrilegious bishops, back in the days of the Arian heresy which insisted that Christ was not a divine Person, most all the bishops were violently, murderously anti-Catholic. Just ask Saint Athanasius of Alexandria. Most all the bishops were violently, murderously anti-Catholic. Think about that. We’ve seen all this previously. We’ve seen the wounds of Christ Jesus, also at the hands of his own Apostles, Judas betraying, Peter denying, all the rest running away.
“You’re a conspiracy theorist, Father Byers!”
Finally, some poetry: If there are bad and evil things in that Apostolic Constitution, I will surely have to schedule some diarrhea for the Chrism Mass, and that won’t be an untruth. It will be the diarrhea of stress, one’s very heart being sprayed out one’s back-end, leaving one eviscerated, helpless, almost in a coma.
Happy, joyful to do that, Jesus. Maranatha! I can’t wait!
Do you see that bit of red in the circle-graph up on the screen? Those are the votes against blessings of mortal sin, that is, almost no one voted against mortal sin. All the rest of the votes are in favor of same-sex sex blessings and blessings for the divorced and “remarried” with no declaration of nullity and, effectively, blessings for whatever sin ever. This is to say that there is no sin, and therefore no redemption from sin, and therefore no salvation because there is nothing to be saved from. This is an attack on Jesus. It is to say Jesus is not divine, that Sacred Revelation is a lie, that we’re on our own. It’s to hate God, hate neighbor, hate oneself. What could go wrong? How violent could society become? See Romans chapter 1, all the way to the end, right into hell.
Is the faith democratic, therefore a lie? The method of synodality is itself heresy. We cannot reject the Living Truth of God to create “our own” truth, for “our own” truth apart from the Living Truth of God is UNtruth. A purposed lie is most violent: if sex isn’t for life in marriage it is immediately utilized for death. See Romans chapter 1, all the way to the end, right into hell.
Genesis 19:4-5 — “All the men from every part of the city of Sodom—both young and old—surrounded the house. They called to Lot, ‘Where are the men who came to you tonight? Bring them out to us so that we can have sex with them.'”
The image of God is male/female/marriage/family, with the two becoming one not because any mere orgasm but one in their child, in whom, before God, they rejoice. That child is the least of the brethren, in the most dangerous place in the world, in the womb, the image of Jesus, who was in the womb for nine months. To vote for same-sex sex, or divorce and “remarriage” with no declaration of nullity is to attack the image of God, to attack God, to attack souls so as to bring them to hell. Is this not most malicious?
So, what will Pope Francis do about this? Most probably he’ll make some ambiguous statement, as always, you know, in great disappointment for not having waited, for having jumped the queue, for taking credit for change when – Hey! – Rome was going to lead the way. As we wait for his response, take a look at his defending those “in the devil’s gang” as he himself says:
And then Pope Francis is going to continue to penalize, persecute, mock and deride those “backwardists” who assist at the Traditional Holy Sacrifice of the Mass because, besides defending mortal sin with the devil, the most important thing ever is to attack Jesus whilst He hangs on the Cross for our Redemption and, please God, our salvation.
These people, seems to me, want to go to hell. Let them go. It’s too sad. But you stay in the Church. Say a prayer for their conversion. Say another prayer in thanksgiving for having been forgiven of sin that would bring you to hell, original sin and whatever personal sin. Say another prayer for final perseverance, that you might make it to heaven. Hail Mary… x3.
You think you’re entitled to leave (so as to sin, no doubt) because some filthy people chose to leave the Church? Compare yourself to Mary, who remained with Jesus in His Church, at the Cross, while Peter, the first Pope, denied Jesus, while Judas betrayed Jesus and committed suicide, while the apostles all fled Calvary. You suffered more than her? Nope. Stay with her. Be with John who came back. Jesus will see you there with His Mother. You’ll be with Jesus in paradise.
By the way, whatever “power” these likely-possessed-people think they have, they only speak for themselves. They are merely an auditorium of people, not the tens of millions of Catholics in Germany. The synod on synodality was always merely about bullying an already scripted outcome. If you start with the mortal sin of telling God the truth about the Living Truth He is, you’ll end where you started, in mortal sin. That’s surely very many laity, priests and bishops, but not all. If they declare themselves to be a new protestant church, that doesn’t mean that pious Catholics are protestants, it just means that they’ve been betrayed and now have a great opportunity to stand with Jesus in His trials. And I thank those who do stand with Jesus. They hold up the whole Church.
By the way, those few who voted against this? That’s just subterfuge, covering for the great lie, lending credibility to the system of shaking one’s fist at God: “We can vote about whether truth is truth or lies are truth, because we’re us and God is nothing.” That’s also heresy and, objectively, mortal sin.
Meanwhile, I hope the kids see through all the blah blah and continue to believe in Jesus and follow Him unreservedly. Let’s see, that’s 658 million views, 4.9 million likes and zero dislikes:
(1) Let’s begin with Cardinal Blase Cupich and the demon idol Nian:
The rumble video above is the Novus Ordo Mass in the Archdiocese of Chicago with Cardinal Blase Cupich presiding. He’s blessing of the Chinese lion demon Nian. He’s done this many times through the years. With this blessing, this world class enemy of the Traditional Latin Mass is having the idol thing channel the demon Nian, whose usual escapades include eating human beings, particularly children… Get that? Eating sacrificed children. And we have to bribe demons to stop that? A child-eating demon is our savior from “the beginning all the way to the very end”. It ain’t that way, your Eminence. Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End, the Almighty, the One who will come to judge the living and the dead and the world by fire.
(2) Now let’s move to India, with the demon-idol Ganesh:
Apparently, Ganesh was a too-sexy boy who was beheaded, getting an elephant head and hanging belly instead, you know, to make him ugly, apparently like everyone else. Apparently, Ganesh is so popular because he is the “you’re sexy even if you’re ugly” demon god who needs to be worshipped by apparently also ugly Catholics. Hey! Maybe it’s good to decapitate “too sexy” kids! Not. What are they doing? And this is Goa, where not long ago Catholics would be saying even multiple rosaries a day in family. What happened? What kind of church leadership is this?
(3) Then there’s the Diocese of San Cristobal de las Casas in southern Mexico:
That’s the old stomping grounds of the Mayans, with their child sacrifice as the state religion of old. When it’s a government forced child-sacrifice religion, you gotta know that every ritual of that religion, such as masks and dances, are all about adrenaline pumping acquiring and sacrificing of kids. Well, well… the bishop is now presenting a new New Mass to Pope Francis that incorporates, you know, some of these merely adjunct rituals of the past that glorified child sacrifice. Merely. Why?
Let’s not forget Pope Francis causing the abomination of desolation demon-idol Pachamama to be established on the Holy of Holies where it must not be by divine mandate. Children are sacrificed to this day to this demon-idol Pachamama. Get that?
Every fallen culture of every fallen tribe, tongue, people and nation of whatever time from the beginning until the end runs to the lowest common denominator of demonic sacrificing of children when we fallen human beings make up our own liturgy. We’re always looking for “just one more possibly innocent human being” (usually children) to sacrifice to whatever god or goddess so that we can be vicariously redeemed, saved. Imagine that, being saved by sacrificing kids.
The only true worship of God comes from the One who, instead, laid down His own life for us, truly Innocent for the truly guilty, standing in our place so that He would have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us. Jesus is the One, the only One, the only Innocent One.
STOP LOOKING FOR ONE MORE INNOCENT PERSON TO SACRIFICE! WE ALREADY HAVE THE INNOCENT ONE: JESUS!
The reason why we keep looking, why we keep on murdering, is because we have lost sight of Jesus.
Tell you what, this demon worship simply does not happen with the Traditional Latin Mass. Nope.
But it’s the Traditional Latin Mass that is said to have “nothing to do with the life of the parish” and is therefore to be relegated to some non-parish venue which cannot be advertised in, say, parish bulletins. That’s from Cardinal Arthur Roche, Prefect of the Dicastery for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments: Jesus has NOTHING to do with the life of the parish, he says. Wow.
When Jesus is denied, cast to the side, said to be utterly irrelevant, that’s when the old lowest common denominator comes back into play. And that’s what we have today. Child-sacrifice is quickly making a come-back, now by symbolism, but the bloody reality will soon follow, you know, with encouragement of abortion, infanticide, with sacrificing of children on the altars. How’s that? Sounds extreme? Because that’s what fallen humanity always does when we blaspheme and throw away the Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception. Every time.
Pope Francis wanted Alexander Tschugguel, who threw a demon-idol into the Tiber, to be arrested.
The FBI wants Traditional Latin Mass goers to be arrested, you know, for being racists? But…
That’s a priest-friend standing. Black. That’s two white-boys kneeling to either side of him. Soooo racist, right?
And then there’s this wonderful, gentle lady…
Whatever with the FBI, whatever with Pope Francis and Cardinal Cupich, with those in India, with those in that southern most diocese in Mexico, whatever with Cardinal Arthur Roche, this great lady, who out-classes all of them put together, gives my heart and soul immense joy.
Some guy pre-recorded a message, then called my parish office phone, and then played his pre-recorded message for the parish phone system to record. He then hung up. Another call came in to the parish office phone recorder with another carefully prepared and edited pre-recorded message the next day.
The first message is one guy [a mole?] apparently recounting a conversation to which he was privy. He retains the usage of the various languages of the participants. I’m not the best polyglot in the world, and I could well be mistaken with my hearing perhaps not being the most accurate, but I’m guessing that the languages involved here are Bosnian, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian and very American English. If you have a better ear than me, drop a note in the comments. Help me out.
The second message the next day seems to be a reprimand for acting too slowly. All of this, on both days, up to the two last words at the very end of the second message, are all the narration of the same guy. But those two last words at the end of the second message are prerecorded and edited into the narrator’s pre-recording, someone with a thoroughly American accent, as if it were like a voice sample baiting someone to do a search on the sample for voice-print verification among assets. Anyone go missing?
FIRST MESSAGE MONDAY [a while back]
[Bosnian] La porta Francisco. [Francis brings it (on himself).]
[Portuguese] Che hai? [What do you have?]
[Bosnian] Lo Pontifex delle chiese. [The Pontiff of the Church.]
[Romanian] Uitole. [Forget it.]
[Bosnian] Va lelu lazech… [Please….]
[Portuguese] Da ferro. [From iron.]
[Portuguese] Agirem- fra poco. [We will act quickly]
[Bosnian] Esplorioso. [Explosive.]
[Bosnian] Ne guio! Ne guio! [Not good! Not good!]
[Bosnian] Vigile! Vigile! [Be careful! Be careful!]
[Bosnian] Caesar iz annale. [Caesar is (already) in the annals (of history).]
[Bosnian] Nach lella! [Get it done!]
[Bulgarian] Igrish. [It’s your turn to play.]
SECOND MESSAGE TUESDAY
[Portuguese] Enifiai. [Get going!]
[Portuguese] Lo statistica dolosor. [It’s a painful record.]
[The same American-English voice, but saying “Portugal” in the Bosnian language] Portuchugal.
This seems to refer to a pipe bomb. “Caesar” seems to be a personal name of the Portuguese guy, who is nominated by the Bosnian guy to get it done. That the American-English voice says [forced to say] “Portugal” in the Bosnian language is rather…
What creeps me out about this…
… is the amount of time it must have taken to put these recordings together, especially the second message with the edits of the American voice.
… that there was a second message the next day, with some kind of verification system.
What I mean to say is that:
… if it’s for real that something was in the works, why involve me, say, as a messenger? Creepy.
… if it’s fake, well, that’s pretty elaborate and time consuming. That’s just as creepy. And, if fake, and therefore a kind of baiting of yours truly, to what end? Cui bono? Creepy.
And if it is a hoax, that’s a waste of time for law enforcement and can be a felony. Just sayin’.
I’m duty bound to protect Pope Francis if I can. I have acted on this.
In the original post above I write: “FIRST MESSAGE MONDAY [a while back]”. That phrase, “a while back” refers to a time frame of, say, the end of November, the beginning of December of 2021. Also note that the “DAY STAMP of “MONDAY” is not accurate. I just never bothered to set the clock. The audio file included in this post is a recording I made with my hand-held recorder (that I use to record homilies). The date stamp on my extraction recording and the saving of that file on my computer is December 6, 2021. However, I move slowly, and this was done perhaps a week after the original message was dropped.
Therefore, this present post published at the end of January 2023 is recounted some 14 months after the fact.
After getting some advice, I immediately sent this off to the head of Vatican Intel 14 months ago. I’m sure that was expected. I added the caveat to be cynical with these messages, as it could all be a set-up, baiting, to see what they investigate, or not, or share with other intel services, or not, such as those with provenance in these United States.
I didn’t want to say ever so breathlessly anything on this blog in one of those “for the record” posts, as I didn’t want to be duped into having someone outed and killed, such as that American voice edited in at the end of the second recording, you know, if any of this were to be real, and not some play-exercise for instruction of newbies by some bored counterintel officer behind an all too boring desk in Northeast Virginia. Killing of assets is always brutal. But now it’s 14 months later, and, if real, such a terrorist cell is surely long since disbanded, with most or all members dead or incapacitated.
But if that American voice is one of ours, this publishing 14 months later is a plea to go and get him. That might have been done immediately if the Vatican shared that recording. But if nothing was done by anyone, this post is to say, that’s on them, not me, you know, for the record.
Oh, and just to say, listening to this again, the last word of the first message may be a different voice, another voice-print…
Hey Pope Francis! My “Shadow” is smarter than you. Here’s an email he just sent to me:
“I had seen another short Pope Video on Bitchute. So I did a search on Bit Chute about ” pope homosexual ” and about six videos came up by different content providers mostly about two years ago claiming the pope endorsed a less sinful viewpoint on the sin of homosexuality. Then I went to YouTube and in the search bar typed in “Pope homosexual policy”. and got dozens and dozens of videos by various content providers over the past years. Many showed the pope going out of his way to promote acceptance of homosexual marriage and behaviors. I was thinking maybe the best thing for you might be to take an early retirement […]. By going to Bit Chute and typing in just “Pope Francis” in the video search bar hundreds of videos come up from many content providers on many different topics. He doesn’t seem to be the right one.”
Hey Pope Francis! My “Shadow” is correct. Your saying that same-sex sex is merely a sin, and is not criminal, is bullshit. Here’s some truth for you, Pope Francis:
The image of God that God has established in His magnificent creation is, as we read in Genesis, male-female-marriage-family. Thus, same-sex sex is a direct attack on the image of God. Same-sex sex is shaking one’s fist at God. Same-sex sex destroys the individuals, and destroys entire societies. If you destroy the family, you destroy society. We see this throughout human history. But, you, admitted communist that you are, well, that’s your avowed purpose, is it not? To destroy society?
Going against the commandments is a sin. That’s true, Pope Francis. You got that right. But going against the commandments is also a crime. The commandments come from the one and only God, the Creator of Nature, with morality for us being inscribed in our natural beings, Natural Law, as we call it. Secular law proscribing same-sex sex is based on Natural Law. Same-sex sex is validly described as being a crime in secular law because secular law should be based on Natural Law, which is the same law that you will find in Sacred Revelation.
We are fallen, and secular law only sometimes reflects the truth in Natural Law and the Commandments. To be worried about whether same-sex sex is a crime in secular law as if that is the greatest indicator of gravely immoral behavior is to miss the point that crime in secular law is in fact criminal is because it is first of all a crime in Natural Law and the Commandments. If same-sex sex is not a crime in secular law, well, that lack of whatever secular law is a crime in and of itself. Secular law can be wrong, for instance, in the decriminalization of same-sex sex. It’s more important to notice that same-sex sex is a crime in Natural Law and in Sacred Revelation. Secular law should be a reflection of the truth of how things are before our Creator.
Pope Francis, you then rush to “clarify” your remarks, as if we didn’t see that coming. But your ambiguity proves the point of what you want, does it not? Just a question for you to answer at your judgment before Almighty God… Obviously, yes, it is true, there are mitigating circumstances for same-sex sex, like an individual getting drugged unconscious and getting gay-raped. Law enforcement, happening upon the horrible scene as the victim wakes up from such a nightmare, rushes to throw the victim in prison, but then finds out that he is, in fact, a victim. And they free him, offering medical attention. Yep. Got it. Secular law can also see that.
But we’re not talking about runaway kids to New York City who are gay-raped to death within a couple of weeks, drugged out of their minds by those who sell them as fresh meat. No, we’re talking about “nice” circumstances wherein culpability comes to the fore, like same-sex mock “marriages” witnessed by Catholic priests with your blessing. What you mean by mitigating circumstances is a lust for the sin of “accompanying” the sinners and their sin, you know, because of “tenderness” and “sensitivity.” Those are not mitigating circumstances. Free will, with grace, is possible. Otherwise, it’s all a joke, and the joke is on all of us, and we’re all of us going to hell, with you leading the way.
Saint Paul speaks of the Natural Law written on all our hearts in Romans 2:15:
“The law is written on their hearts [even the pagans], their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts either accusing or defending them.”
But let’s see what Saint Paul says when people go out of their way to suppress the Natural Law which is right in their faces and is always an act of free will:
Romans 1:18-23 — “The wrath of God is indeed being revealed from heaven against every impiety and wickedness of those who suppress the truth by their wickedness. For what can be known about God is evident to them, because God made it evident to them. Ever since the creation of the world, his invisible attributes of eternal power and divinity have been able to be understood and perceived in what he has made. As a result, they have no excuse; for although they knew God they did not accord him glory as God or give him thanks. Instead, they became vain in their reasoning, and their senseless minds were darkened. While claiming to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for the likeness of an image of mortal man or of birds or of four-legged animals or of snakes.”
“They have no excuse…” Interesting. Are there more consequences? Indeed. Let’s continue:
Romans 1:24-32 — “Therefore, God handed them over to impurity through the lusts of their hearts for the mutual degradation of their bodies. They exchanged the truth of God for a lie and revered and worshiped the creature rather than the creator, who is blessed forever. Amen. Therefore, God handed them over to degrading passions. Their females exchanged natural relations for unnatural, and the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God handed them over to their undiscerning mind to do what is improper. They are filled with every form of wickedness, evil, greed, and malice; full of envy, murder, rivalry, treachery, and spite. They are gossips and scandalmongers and they hate God. They are insolent, haughty, boastful, ingenious in their wickedness, and rebellious toward their parents. They are senseless, faithless, heartless, ruthless. Although they know the just decree of God that all who practice such things deserve death, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.”
Your crime, Pope Francis, is that you have continuously approved those who do such things, thus continuously scandalizing the members of the Church and the rest of the world. Pope Francis, you are a fraud. Pope Francis, you stand condemned. Oh yes, Pope Francis, go look up Galatians 2:11, where Paul reprimands Peter:
“I opposed him to his face, because he stood to be condemned.”
What that means, Pope Francis, is that God damned Peter. Paul was Saint Paul for giving the reprimand. Peter became Saint Peter because he took the reprimand and converted. And Peter was Pope at the time. But now, it’s a crime to reprimand a Pope? Pfft.
Pope Francis, you thrust upon mankind the persecution spoken of by Daniel in the Old Testament and cited by Jesus in the New Testament, and laid out for us by John in the Apocalypse, a persecution the ferocity of which has never been since before the foundation of the world and will never be that way again, a persecution of scandal by which you lead souls straight to hell. It is not genocides such as wrought by the Roman Empire of old, or by Stalin, Mau, Pol Pot or Hitler that are the worst persecution. I imagine that most all those victims will find themselves in heaven. The worst persecution is leading people to hell for eternity. And what you have done in these years is, without precedent, the worst persecution. There is no precedent in all of human history. You are without comparison the worst persecutor of the faithful the world has ever known. You lead people to hell, Pope Francis.
And this will, of course, be followed by a bloody persecution, for people have a right before the throne of God to have the truth of the Son of the Living God witnessed to them, how God so loved the world as to send His only begotten Son, Christ Jesus, with all His goodness and truth. In our fallen human nature, in all our cynicism, that goodness and truth is going to be tested right to death. Jesus knew we would in all our guilt of original sin and our own sin, we deserving death, He knew we would test Him in this way. But this is why He came, to take on the punishment of our sin upon Himself, that death, He, thus, fully standing in our place, Innocent for the guilty, so that He might have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us, now commanding the Father from the cross to forgive us, so that we might then be brought out of the hell of this world unto everlasting life in heaven. People have a right to that truth, and if it is not witnessed to them freely – and neither you nor just about anyone has offered that witness – well, then, people have a right to take that witness, so to speak. They will make martyrs by blood not out of the wishy washy like you, Pope Francis, but by way of those who are believers. And they will receive that witness. And they will be saved from your ambiguity and error, Pope Francis, and they will then be on their way to heaven, forgiven by those whom they martyred and forgiven by God. And that’s what you’ve not counted on, Pope Francis, the fidelity of the Little Flock of Jesus.
We will believe no matter what, regardless of whatever the hell it is you throw at us. We have something, Someone stronger than you. We have the Living Truth of the Son of the Living God, who places His love in our hearts and minds and souls, and that love and truth is stronger than your persecution of scandal and, then, blood. God’s love and truth is strong enough to get us through the hell of this world and on our way to heaven. I want to go to heaven.
Case in point: My “Shadow” gets it right. I hope to speak with him in these next days. I am overjoyed. Jesus’ Church continues. Who cares what you say, Pope Francis. You’ve not spoken infallibly. And what you say is trash, and a sin, and a crime.
I hope you, Pope Francis, are converted to God by God’s grace and also get on your way to heaven. Witness to the truth of the Son of the Living God, Pope Francis.
Pope Francis, look into Mary’s eyes and tell her you repent, that you will, from now on, speak the Truth of the Son of the Living God. All sin is a crime. Do you see the wounds? With a firm purpose of amendment and perfect contrition, go ahead, say it, to her, Pope Francis: “I am sorry. I repent.” And then say it to Jesus: “I am sorry. I repent.”
As it is, I’ll likely be laicized for saying such things with all sincerity. But if I go to my judgment for even trying to save the soul of Pope Francis, I’m most happy to wear that badge of honor. For you, Mary.
And that will be the retirement my “Shadow” is hoping I take.
But on that point, I don’t run away. If I’m to be removed, they will have to do it.
As for the rest of us, let’s GO TO CONFESSION! And that goes for my “Shadow” as well. And with that, let’s GO TO HEAVEN!