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Synodality Express: Inviting Cardinal Arthur Roche to debate his own resolution – “Changing Church theology requires TLM restriction”

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.


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+Cupich priest Pfleger’s Pachamama canoe?

Front view above, side view below.

Children are sacrificed to Pachamama. This is unfortunate but passes as acceptable Novus Ordo Mass in the Archdiocese of Chicago, where the fabulous +Blase Cupich blesses the pagan demon Nian, to sets about eating children in that monster demon lore.

And, yes, Fr Pfleger seems to be wearing the broken-cross “peace” sign.

This is the Novus Ordo in Chicago. Nothing to see here, folks. But don’t dare to use the Ancient Rite for the Sacrifice of the Mass. The all tolerant fabulous +Blase Cupich will hunt you down. End of you. To survive as a priest in Chicago, you have to give a nod to child-destroying demons. And +Blase is on a rampage hunting priests down in other places. I don’t care. I’ll stand with Jesus. Not +Blase and his very many henchmen both here in these USA and across the pond.


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Demon-Blessing-Mass of New Novus Ordo. To hell with your demons, +Blase Cupich.

Novus Ordo Mass in the Archdiocese of Chicago with Cardinal Blase Cupich presiding. In the video above he presides over the blessing of the Chinese lion demon Nian. He’s done this many times through the years. With this blessing, the great friend of Pope Francis and 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. Just like Pachamama. Oldsters might remember Shirley MacLaine up top Machu Picchu channeling spirits. Maybe the greatest of all Princes of the Catholic Church, the fabulous +Blase Cupich wants to be hip and famous like her!

Red clothing and loud noises are supposed to scare Nian away. But Nian is confused, running in circles, until Nian spots his friend, the effervescent Blase! It hotly desires a blessing from the Cardinal so as… what?… so as not to be scared away? And why would anyone want to bless this monstrous demon thing and bring it to to life? To appease it, so that it won’t eat human beings, particularly children? Typical pagan sycophancy to demons. Bribe them, appease them, and then they murder you anyway, you know, just to encourage more bribes next year as well. Demon-Mafia. What this means is that demons are more powerful than God Himself. This is blasphemy. This is idol worship. This is scandal on a grand scale.

Meanwhile, the ultra fabulous and greatest of all Cardinals, +Blase Cupich, is kicking the Traditional Latin Mass, kicking Jesus in the face, punishing those who believe in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception, trolling, mocking those who are humbly thankful to Jesus for His Sacrifice, for the lex orandi, the law of prayer.

Do you see how the law of prayer is the source of the lex credendi, the law of believing? The hipster channeling master, +Cupich, instead ever so hotly desires to the presence of demons who eat children for breakfast, because that’s the most respected, highest liturgy of the Church? Coming to a church hopefully not near to you. Listen up all you fabulous (arch)bishops, it certainly ain’t gonna happen here in my parish, not on my watch.

Oh, wait! This monster-demon is from China, like the Wuhan virus, the latter of which, through “vaccines”, devours children. And that’s all blessed and required by +Cupich, the fabulous ecclesiastic with his forced “vaccine” mandates of his priests. Yep.

You pagan, demon-worshipping (arch)bishops! What the hell is the matter with you? Convert now, because you stand condemned (Galatians 2:11).

  • “But Father George! Father George! You don’t understand! In criticizing this most honorable prince of the Church, the fabulous +Blase Cupich, you’re committing the most grievous mortal sin against being a man of consensus as if little you have the entitled right not to be a sycophant as is required by, um, you know, like, by stuff, you know, our liturgies and stuff, like inclusive Nian who, like, dances and stuff, so it’s official!”

What? So, let’s cite that passage once again for those of short memory:

  • “When Cephas came to Antioch, however, I opposed him to his face, because he stood to be condemned” (Galatians 2:11).

Here’s the deal: Pope Francis said that he doesn’t like intolerable abuses of the Novus Ordo. But this is meaningless, and the fabulous +Blase knows it, because Pope Francis committed the worst liturgical abuse in the history of Judeo-Catholicism when he caused for all the world to see the establishment of the abomination of desolation, the demon-goddess Pachamama, to whom children are sacrificed, on the Holy of Holies, the Altar of Jesus’ own Sacrifice in Saint Peter’s Basilica. Nothing can be considered an abuse after that, well, except offering Holy Mass ad orientem (instead of the priest screaming LOOK AT ME!), except using Gregorian chant, except using Latin, etc.

So, I ask, what is the Novus Ordo? And, by the way, what is Vatican II? What is the “spirit” of Vatican II? What is the actual content of Vatican II? What is the dogmatic teaching of Vatican II? Tell me, you fraudulent (arch)bishops. You don’t know, do you? You can’t translate the actual documents and tell us what the “Fathers of the Council” thought about the actual words and phrases and paragraphs and articles and documents and decrees and constitutions: you can’t tell us why so many did NOT sign such things but were not disciplined and tortured until they should put their signatures down under duress, but now you demand all sign off on every jot and tittle, not of Divine Revelation, but of some documents that are so purposed to be ambiguous that no one knows what they mean. For me, I haven’t read the content of Vatican II in a long time, very many decades. I never read all of it in Latin. I’ve only read some parts of some of the schemata, and I’m not aware of all the politics and backroom maneuvering in those years… Nobody does.

But I’ll tell you this, the Holy Mass offered right throughout the entire Council by all Council Fathers without exception was the Ancient Rite of the Mass. You didn’t even know that, did you? You didn’t know that the Mass of Vatican II was the Ancient Rite of Mass, the TLM, did you?

So, why don’t all of you go ahead and accompany your demons to their own place? Let the Lord’s Little Flock honor the Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception the best way we know how, in His Holy Sacrifice in the Ancient Rite whose basic form surely goes right back into the first century right to the Apostles themselves, and back to Jesus for the consecrations. That Ancient Rite is said by the blasphemers and demon worshippers not to be a manifestation of the Roman Rite in any way whatsoever, that it is therefore invalid, a wrong headed symbol of bygone days that we have surpassed in our Hegelian Rahnerianism, that it is not to interfere with the life of the parish.

I’m sick of all the demon worshipping. Ain’t gonna happen in my parish. Not on my watch.

You want the Mass of Vatican II? Great! That’s the Traditional Latin Mass, ad orientem, in Latin. And… and… we’re gearing up for Gregorian Chant. And the preaching that takes place? It’s by the priest, and it’s about all that which is doctrine, morality, what happens in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It’s about Confession, the Eucharist, the Rosary. It’s about staying faithful against all the perversion and aggression of the fallen world and fallen individuals said to be in the Church. It’s about Christ Jesus, Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception. That’s the Mass of Vatican II I want.


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Very Rev Canon Lawyer of Chicago Archdiocese subscribes to blog over Traditionis custodes

I don’t “out” my readers, but this is a special case. And anyway, I’ve hidden the name, right? He switched on a VPN (or is that the Archdiocese) before visiting, but he couldn’t but be noticed because of the subscription info. Let’s just say he’s very high up in the chancery, particularly amongst the Canon Lawyers of the Archdiocese. Whatever about the IP, he wants me to know who he is and what he does. Well, now I know. Chapeau to him. Perhaps he likes my blog. These were the top posts when he visited:

Let’s see… Oh! I get it. It’s the second one in the list above, along with the fourth. The second, based on the fourth, is about the canonical duty to carry out prescriptions of law and regards a hot-button issue in the Archdiocese of Chicago and around the world, the restriction and demise of the TLM. Cardinal Blase is set on a course to shut down the Ancient Rite.

As I say, perhaps this particular upper-echelon Canon Lawyer agrees with my reasoning. Great. Whatever the case, he certainly does want me to know that the Archdiocese is taking a look. Forewarned is also forearmed, and that’s a favor, right?

As with any enfant terrible, I’m terribly honored. Surely I’m amongst the grumpy old guys:

Canonical advice is always welcome. I won’t let any comment through moderation should any Canon Lawyer request such.


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Hail Mary? No. St Michael? No. Cardinal Cupich strikes again.

Cardinal Cupich has forbidden the Hail Mary to said publicly in church after Mass. Some have opined that this is because of one “Karen” who complained that Jesus’ mother wasn’t a mirror image of herself. Could be, that.

Some have opined that this might remind one of the three Hail Marys that were recited after the Traditional Mass. More likely, that.

A third possibility comes to mind, which I would call a strong probability: I bet that the Hail Mary was forbidden because this would be inimical to the rapid development of Pachamama Masses. Many bishops are running as fast as they can into this hell of kowtowing to Francis’ worship of the murderous demon idol Pachamama, the abomination of desolation which he has caused to be enthroned in the Holy of Holies where it must not be by divine mandate, on the very altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice in Saint Peter’s Basilica. Yep, I bet that’s why the Hail Mary cannot be publicly recited in church. Consonant with this for Blase is that he’s requiring priests to get vaccinated with the murder-of-babies vaccine. Yep, more little ones sacrificed to the demons.

But of course, while these cowards kick dearest Immaculate Mary in the face, repeatedly, they fear Saint Michael, and so the prayer to Saint Michael is forbidden by Blase to be recited publicly in church after Mass. In doing that, such as Blase only succeed in being even more offensive, as if this were a challenge to Saint Michael, and to Jesus Himself.

Here’s the ultra sad testimony of this priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago… What we’re seeing is what some have called moral injury. He’s at peace, he says, having thought about all this really a lot, he says, really thought about it, he says, repeating himself: he is at peace, he is at peace, he is at peace. He protesteth too much methinks.

So sad. I mean, you can almost hear his tears falling on the altar…

When, Lord, will it end? Please, Lord, shorten the time for the sake of the elect.

Hey! :-) Here’s an idea: Let’s say the prayers traditionally said after the TLM Mass for this priest:

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen. (x3)

Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy, our life, our sweetness, and our hope. To thee to we cry, poor banished children of Eve. To thee do we send up our sighs, mourning and weeping in this valley of tears. Turn, then, most gracious advocate, thine eyes of mercy toward us, and after this exile, show unto us the blessed Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. O clement, O pious, O sweet Virgin Mary. Pray for us, O holy Mother of God. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray. O God, our refuge and our strength, look down with mercy upon the people who cry to Thee; and by the intercession of the glorious and immaculate Virgin Mary, Mother of God, of Saint Joseph her spouse, of the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and of all the Saints, in Thy mercy and goodness hear our prayers for the conversion of sinners, and for the liberty and exaltation of the Holy Mother the Church. Through the same Christ Our Lord. Amen.

Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in the battle, be our protection against the malice and snares of the Devil. May God restrain him, we humbly pray: and do thou, O prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into Hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us. (x3)


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Card. Cupich mandates by 27-9-2021 completed vaccines for priests, laity

Cardinal Blase Cupich sent out an email stating that “all employees and clergy” will face “disciplinary action” if they don’t get the full regimen of Covid vaccination within five weeks of FDA approval of at least one “vaccine”. By all reports, Pfizer will be approved on 23 August 2021, so that the deadline (pun intended) will be 27 September 2021. There are no religious exemptions allowed. Cupich has forbidden clergy to write religious exemptions. Medical exemptions will be reviewed by “a panel including two Medical Doctors; a pastor, a member of the General Counsel’s office and an AoC HR representative.” There is no appeal. How do you think that’ll go? It’s three against two when it comes to strong medical counterindications, right? Non-compliance say, by recalcitrant priests, may effectuate disciplinary measures. Ongoing testing and masking will be required for the few who might get a medical exemption, but that doesn’t mean that they will be able to set foot on any archdiocesan property after 27 September 2021.

  • Michael Haynes — CHICAGO (LifeSiteNews who also put up that picture of Blase, above) — Cupich’s directive stipulates that in addition to receiving the gene-therapy injections, the employees and clergy must provide “documentation” to the archdiocesan “tracking portal or website” in order to prove their vaccination status. This “tracking” is to be done “centrally” so that the archdiocese will have full oversight into the vaccine status of all clergy and employees. […] “Consistent with the current guidance of the Church, there will be no allowable religious exemption from compliance with the vaccination policy,” wrote the cardinal. […] “The Archdiocese reserves the right to prohibit unvaccinated employees/clergy from entering archdiocesan facilities for reasons of health and safety of employees and guests.” The policy ends with a veiled threat from the cardinal’s office as he warns against “non-compliance with the provisions of this policy,” which “may result in disciplinary action for those individuals.”

If I were a priest in the Archdiocese of Chicago, realizing that in my refusing the vaccine I would soon be removed both from ministry and be put under interdict from entering any diocesan properties (churches and rectories, schools and hospitals, nursing homes and rehabs, chancery offices and… and… rectories…) within a handful of weeks, I would busy myself in finding a place to bring my books and clothes and such. It is rather unpleasant to live under a bridge, especially now that we will be moving into winter. I’ve been in Chicago lake-effect blizzards in my younger days. It also gets cold in the high mountains of WNC. Brrr. But it could never happen here, until it does. Bishops come and go.

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This edict from Blase, whose very name throws sycophantic effeminate cowardly (arch)bishops into fits of bowing down, even while not in his “presence”, means that most all (arch)bishops will follow his lead, you know, so that they can assure their career path and perhaps even a recommendation to be promoted, and this at the cost of those with a conscience, at the cost of the lives of the children murdered for research and/or development and/or testing of “vaccines”. Blase, after all, can make recommendations, being on the Congregation for Bishops and all. Don’t think that if your (arch)diocese doesn’t mandate “vaccines” that this will not change momentarily. It did in Chicago.

Look: this is not rocket science, when you do research and/or development and/or testing of “vaccines” on the freshly removed organs of fully developed, fully healthy children being murdered for that purpose, it’s called murder, and it is murder, and it’s a sin which cries out to heaven. But the entrenched will shriek: “Crucify him! Crucify him!” Yep.

How ecclesiastics can be so glib and joyful in their bloodthirsty glee in their promotion of the murder of children is beyond me. How are they going to explain this to Jesus, who was Himself in the womb of Mary for nine months? How are they going to explain this to John the Baptist, who was sanctified in the womb of his mother Elizabeth at just six months of age? Nervous, these ecclesiastics attack the priests. It’s always the way. It’s easy. It’s the way of cowards.

  • “If I walk out into the field, look! those slain by the sword; If I enter the city, look! those consumed by hunger. Even the prophet and the priest forage in a land they know not.” (Jeremiah 14:18)
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It happens. It happens all the time. Good priests have bitten the dust not just in the tens, but in the hundreds, and if we count back some decades, counting those who wouldn’t bow to the faculty and admin of immoral and modernist seminaries and to the (arch)bishops and chancery rats of recent decades, the numbers goes into the thousands. Please God, those numbers will increase! We need this witness for the good of souls. We need this suffering for the good of souls.


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