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“They have the churches but we have the faith” (St Athanasius) [No TLM, vax-mandate…]

Letter of St. Athanasius to his flock:

“May God console you! …What saddens you …is the fact that others have occupied the churches by violence, while during this time you are on the outside. It is a fact that they have the premises – but you have the apostolic Faith. They can occupy our churches, but they are outside the true Faith. You remain outside the places of worship, but the Faith dwells within you. Let us consider: what is more important, the place or the Faith? The true Faith, obviously. Who has lost and who has won in this struggle-the one who keeps the premises or the one who keeps the Faith?

“True, the premises are good when the apostolic Faith is preached there; they are holy if everything takes place there in a holy way …You are the ones who are happy: you who remain within the church by your faith, who hold firmly to the foundations of the Faith which has come down to you from apostolic Tradition. And if an execrable jealousy has tried to shake it on a number of occasions, it has not succeeded. They are the ones who have broken away from it in the present crisis.

“No one, ever, will prevail against your faith, beloved brothers. And we believe that God will give us our churches back some day.

“Thus, the more violently they try to occupy the places of worship, the more they separate themselves from the Church. They claim that they represent the Church; but in reality, they are the ones who are expelling themselves from it and going astray.

“Even if Catholics faithful to Tradition are reduced to a handful, they are the ones who are the true Church of Jesus Christ.”


Comment of the SSPX:

  • “St. Athanasius lived in the 4th century and was the bishop of Alexandria in Egypt for 46 years. Banned from his diocese at least five times, he spent a total of 17 years in exile. The famous convert to the Church, Cardinal John Henry Newman, described him as a “principal instrument after the Apostles by which the sacred truths of Christianity have been conveyed and secured to the world.” Often referred to as the Champion of Orthodoxy, St. Athanasius was undoubtedly one of the most courageous defenders of the Faith in the entire history of the Church. If anyone can be singled out as a saint for our times, surely it is St. Athanasius. The [above] letter of his could, almost word for word, have been written yesterday. [Even today.]

Comment of Arise!:

In the day of Saint Athanasius, the vast majority of bishops, so wimpy, didn’t believe in the divinity of Christ Jesus. And they wanted to kill Athanasius, chasing him into the desert on multiple occasions. If Christ is divine, then they have to keep the commandments. They didn’t want that.

I ask how it could possibly be that the bishops of today believe in the divinity of Jesus, for they, almost to a man, deny the least of the brethren, that what we do or don’t do to the least of the brethren we do or don’t do to Christ Jesus Himself. Abortion is great as long as we get “vaccines” for our selfish selves!

  • “Throw Jesus off His Altar, our of His Church. Install the demon-idol Pachamama, Abomination of Desolation, to whom to the least of the brethren are sacrificed! Don’t respect Jesus in the Sacrifice of the Mass that has been offered since the time of the Apostles! Do get the abortion-tainted “vaccine”!

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Not sorry if that sheep-covid-mask triggers you dear (arch)bishops wolves! Humor!

The analogy between the store clerk and our (arch)bishops who politically push the whole Democrat Covid narrative down the throats of Jesus Little Flock is hard to miss. They are just out to sell you a narrative to claim being heroes, but then try to hide behind the State, and fail.

Here’s the deal: The Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Christ Jesus, will come to judge the living and the dead and world by fire. Jesus, though scarred for sure, will nevertheless be the last one standing. And then us with Him: “You are the ones who have always stood by me in my trials” (Luke 22:28).

And do you know what? This will be IS cause for great joy in the Holy Spirit. Thank you, Jesus.

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USMC “vax” mandate axes 200 best, brightest

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FoxNews story: HERE. Well worth the read. One Marine wrote 30 pages on why he is sincere with his religious beliefs in seeking a religious exemption. That was denied out of hand against the non-establishment clause. The Dem appointed Brass throughout the military are horrific anti-American betrayers of all that is the Constitution of these USA. For shame. They remove the best and the brightest so as to purposely weaken the military, to purposely put these USA at risk. The “vax” only weakens people, causing them to get the virus and spread the virus. That’s the point. The more people dead, the better for the “green new deal.” This is why the “greenies” have pushed abortion for decades.

Here’s the deal: It’s the top Brass, as it were, of the religious hierarchy who lead by example, giving permission, as it were, to slit the throats of all would like to enjoy their first amendment rights of the free exercise of religion: “Get the ‘vax’ or else you priests can’t provide sacraments even to those actively dying!” Sorry, that analogy limps. Most priests, not the best nor the brightest, are wimps and stupid, and so get the “vax,” and don’t have their throats slit. Too bad, that.

I’m no Donatist heretic, but a future Pope ought to absolutely permanently remove these Judas-betrayers who are interested in nothing but the raw power of death. Feel the power! Is that what they’ll say to themselves at the judgment, before Jesus, who was in the womb of His Immaculate Mother for nine months, Jesus, who said that what you do to the least of these you do to me?

The “vaccines” came about through the direct murder of healthy, fully developed babies, ripping out their living organs, so as to research, develop and test “vaccines” all in a continuum until today. Time is not a moral criterium. Directly doing evil to achieve “good” damns one to hell: this is not a double effect side-effect. This is not rocket science. Jesus isn’t going to accept some lame excuse: “But the USCCB told me that it’s, like, all good to murder children for the benefit of my feeling the power, like, and stuff.”

My thanks go to the USMC 200, who will go down in history as the best of the best, the brightest of the brightest, who had the honest and integrity to stand up for the Constitution, to stand up for the inalienable rights of the citizens of these USA, to stand up for the free exercise of religion. Thank you.

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No big pharma liability for “vaccine” if approved for kids

Why are our bishops so eager to mandate “vaccines”?

What about eternal life and eternal death?

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Vatican vax mandate: new super-green-pass

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  • Vatican employees now required to be vaxxed or COVID-recovered, no negative test-to-work option. The Vatican says receiving an abortion-tainted shot that does not stop viral transmission is an ‘act of love.’ […] The new super green pass has taken out the option for someone who has tested negative for COVID to access places with green pass requirements. This means that only the jabbed or the recently recovered will be able to have full access to establishments in Italy, and now the Vatican.”

Francis to the world’s bishops, you know, the bishops of the world, you know, to the worldly bishops: “Be my parrot!” I’m guessing it won’t be long before Francis will mandate the bishops to mandate all priests.

As for me, I could not possibly care less about what Francis says about his desires to inject abortion tainted “vaccines” into everyone. I want to go to heaven. The way to go to heaven is to stand in solidarity with the least of the brethren in the womb. I’m not better than them. I’m not going to kill them to get a “vaccine.” Jesus said of them: what you have done to the least of them you have done to me. I stand in solidarity with Jesus. I’m not getting jabbed.

This is so cynical of Pope Francis to do this moments before Christmas celebrations. On the first eve before Jesus’ birth, Jesus was… wait for it… still in the womb of Mary, at just the right age to be removed from her womb, Jesus still alive, but then to have his living organs ripped out to be researched, developed and tested to the end of creating “vaccines”, killing Jesus. “What you have done to the least of these…”

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Ottowa’s Cardinal Lacroix cancels all Masses for entire Christmas Season

The Cardinal, not the government, cancelled all Mass from Christmas Eve until the close of the Christmas season with the Baptism of the Lord on January 9. But – Hey! – funerals are good to go (that’s so sarcastic, cynical), and individuals venturing into some church will be turned away unless they have their vax passport, and that latter bit is a government stricture. Just in case some rebellious priest offers Mass somewhere, the Cardinal reminds everyone that reception of Communion at Mass is prohibited.

It’s really tiresome to hear from these “shepherds” and the politicians for going on two years now that the coronavirus knows exactly, to the minute, to attack exactly at Christmas and the Easter Triduum, so that churches are locked down and the Lord’s Little Flock is locked out, just then, to the minute. It’s so sarcastic, so cynical. “Stunning”, really…

Meanwhile, the “boots on the ground” have let me know that more priests in Canada have been forbidden to provide the sacraments, even to the dying, because they will not get the abortion-tainted vaccine.

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Biden’s POOP: Path Out Of Pandemic mandate back for 100+ employees, all (arch)dioceses

Yesterday, 17 December 2021, the 6th circuit court of appeals got the case by lottery, and overturned the previous stay of execution, so to speak, for the vax mandate for companies of 100+ employees, a minimum including all (arch)dioceses in the USA. The mandate and it’s draconian penalties are now fully back in force.

Just moments after that decision, yesterday, 17 December 2021, a coalition of dozens of companies made an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court of these United States. Finally. But given the recent track record of new “Justices” of SCOTUS, there is little hope, but we will pray. The problem is the the history of SCOTUS going way back is extremely pro-vaccine. Yep. If SCOTUS refuses to hear the appeal, the mandate and country-ending penalties remain in place.

  • “Penalties for noncompliance with the ETS [Emergency Temporary Standard] are consistent with existing OSHA violation penalties. OSHA may issue a penalty for violating or failing to follow the ETS up to $13,653 per violation. Penalty for failure to abate an OSHA citation may be up to $13,653 per day beyond the abatement date. For willful or repeated violations, the penalty may be up to $136,532 per violation.” (National Law Review)

As of this very moment, the first deadline of the mandate, 5 December 2021, is already past. The more draconian mandate deadline of 4 January 2022 (the 30th anniversary of my priestly ordination) is just a couple of weeks away.

I won’t comply with any abortion-tainted murderous fake-vaccine. Nor can I afford $13,653.00 dollars every single day, nor – when it is found out I’m obstinate – $136,532.00 per violation, that is, per day.

  • About the recent court maneuvers: HERE.
  • An extensive summary of OSHA requirements and penalties and deadlines: HERE.

There is zero chance that any (arch)diocese is going to pay $136,532.00 per violation, that is, per day, per priest who is not vaxed, and let’s just say that that’s for the reason that any (arch)diocese would be bankrupt before the projected end of the first tentative mandate period: 4 May, 2022. That date will, at any rate, likely be pushed forward beyond Super Tuesday, November, 2024. Right? That’s the best case scenario for motivations, bankruptcy.

If SCOTUS lets the mandate stand, I have to wonder what will happen to tens of millions of people, many of them sheep of the Lord’s Little Flock. Loss of jobs, loss of residence, total loss. Their being thrown into a dumpster will have a knock-on effect for hundreds of millions of people nationally and then, of course, on the rest of the world.

  • “But Father George! Father George! You’re so dramatic! The SCOTUS will take up the case and will rule the way YOU want them to rule, Father George! The world does revolve around you and your little desires! Don’t worry! Just get the vaccine! We did!”

So say the top shepherds of the Lord’s Little Flock, from the Pope on down, increasingly sarcastic, increasingly vicious.

For myself, I couldn’t care less about being thrown into a dumpster. I am concerned about the Lord’s Little Flock: what about the provision of the Sacraments for the lambs who want the Sacraments?

And the answer from the Pope on down… is…

I mentioned this post to Father Gordon this morning, and his response was:

  • “Let’s go, Brandon!”

If I were to get the testing every week ($139.00 per test) it would amount to $7,228.00 per year.

OSHA already realizes that there may be unavailability of tests and those surveilling tests but have not offered a work-around for that.

Many (arch)bishops around the world, already mandating the vaccine for their priests and workers and all volunteers in parishes, etc., mock those who ask for a religious exemption. Yep.

Lemme get this right: priests who offer Mary’s Son at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass are being required to be complicit in the murder of babies, the littlest of the brethren, by getting a vax that was researched on the organs ripped from those babies, was developed with the organs ripped from those babies, or was tested on organs ripped from those babies? Yep. That’s the case. I will not comply.

Please, share this post… Maybe another priest will see it and be encouraged…

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Covid passports, no Sacraments, imprisonment and death for unvaxed. What bishops hotly desire.

Above is a great LifeSite interview with Alexander Tschugguel about the present state of persecution in Austria and the European Union obviating what is continuing to progress in Canada and here in these U.S.A. Most incisive. A must listen. Just. Wow. Coming to town near you.


In another story on LifeSite, the title says it all: You want food? Can’t prove you’re vaxed? Go ahead and starve to death! Yep. Canada. Coming to supermarket near you for sure. Canada and the Netherlands are imprisoning possible contacts of people possibly having come into contact, possibly with some Covid case, possibly. Doesn’t matter if you yourself are a “case”, you get imprisoned, the prison gets mad money. That’s the next money maker for kickbacks and a guaranteed number of beds filled to make it work, right? Slaves to big pharma, private prisons, electioneering. Here’s that headline about extortion with food:


Then there’s the following, essential reading about the kickbacks received by health-care facilities of all kinds for claiming “Covid” and for reducing health care for those over 60-65:

Upon admission to a once-trusted hospital, American patients with COVID-19 become virtual prisoners, subjected to a rigid treatment protocol with roots in Ezekiel Emanuel’s “Complete Lives System” for rationing medical care in those over age 50. They have a shockingly high mortality rate. How and why is this happening, and what can be done about it?

As exposed in audio recordings, hospital executives in Arizona admitted meeting several times a week to lower standards of care, with coordinated restrictions on visitation rights. Most COVID-19 patients’ families are deliberately kept in the dark about what is really being done to their loved ones.

The combination that enables this tragic and avoidable loss of hundreds of thousands of lives includes (1) The CARES Act, which provides hospitals with bonus incentive payments for all things related to COVID-19 (testing, diagnosing, admitting to hospital, use of remdesivir and ventilators, reporting COVID-19 deaths, and vaccinations) and (2) waivers of customary and long-standing patient rights by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

In 2020, the Texas Hospital Association submitted requests for waivers to  CMS. According to Texas attorney Jerri Ward, “CMS has granted ‘waivers’ of federal law regarding patient rights. Specifically, CMS purports to allow hospitals to violate the rights of patients or their surrogates with regard to medical record access, to have patient visitation, and to be free from seclusion.” She notes that “rights do not come from the hospital or CMS and cannot be waived, as that is the antithesis of a ‘right.’ The purported waivers are meant to isolate and gain total control over the patient and to deny patient and patient’s decision-maker the ability to exercise informed consent.”

Creating a “National Pandemic Emergency” provided justification for such sweeping actions that override individual physician medical decision-making and patients’ rights. The CARES Act provides incentives for hospitals to use treatments dictated solely by the federal government under the auspices of the NIH. These “bounties” must paid back if not “earned” by making the COVID-19 diagnosis and following the COVID-19 protocol.

The hospital payments include:

  • A “free” required PCR test in the Emergency Room or upon admission for every patient, with government-paid fee to hospital.
  • Added bonus payment for each positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
  • Another bonus for a COVID-19 admission to the hospital.
  • A 20 percent “boost” bonus payment from Medicare on the entire hospital bill for use of remdesivir instead of medicines such as Ivermectin.
  • Another and larger bonus payment to the hospital if a COVID-19 patient is mechanically ventilated.
  • More money to the hospital if cause of death is listed as COVID-19, even if patient did not die directly of COVID-19.
  • A COVID-19 diagnosis also provides extra payments to coroners.

CMS implemented “value-based” payment programs that track data such as how many workers at a healthcare facility receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Now we see why many hospitals implemented COVID-19 vaccine mandates. They are paid more.

 Outside hospitals, physician MIPS quality metrics link doctors’ income to performance-based pay for treating patients with COVID-19 EUA drugs. Failure to report information to CMS can cost the physician 4% of reimbursement.

Because of obfuscation with medical coding and legal jargon, we cannot be certain of the actual amount each hospital receives per COVID-19 patient. But Attorney Thomas Renz and CMS whistleblowers have calculated a total payment of at least $100,000 per patient.

What does this mean for your health and safety as a patient in the hospital?

There are deaths from the government-directed COVID treatments. For remdesivir, studies show that 71–75 percent of patients suffer an adverse effect, and the drug often had to be stopped after five to ten days because of these effects, such as kidney and liver damage, and death. Remdesivir trials during the 2018 West African Ebola outbreak had to be discontinued because death rate exceeded 50%. Yet, in 2020, Anthony Fauci directed that remdesivir was to be the drug hospitals use to treat COVID-19, even when the COVID clinical trials of remdesivir showed similar adverse effects.

In ventilated patients, the death toll is staggering. A National Library of Medicine January 2021 report of 69 studies involving more than 57,000 patients concluded that fatality rates were 45 percent in COVID-19 patients receiving invasive mechanical ventilation, increasing to 84 percent in older patients. Renz announced at a Truth for Health Foundation Press Conference that CMS data showed that in Texas hospitals, 84.9% percent of all patients died after more than 96 hours on a ventilator.

Then there are deaths from restrictions on effective treatments for hospitalized patients. Renz and a team of data analysts have estimated that more than 800,000 deaths in America’s hospitals, in COVID-19 and other patients, have been caused by approaches restricting fluids, nutrition, antibiotics, effective antivirals, anti-inflammatories, and therapeutic doses of anti-coagulants.

We now see government-dictated medical care at its worst in our history since the federal government mandated these ineffective and dangerous treatments for COVID-19, and then created financial incentives for hospitals and doctors to use only those “approved” (and paid for) approaches.

Our formerly trusted medical community of hospitals and hospital-employed medical staff have effectively become “bounty hunters” for your life. Patients need to now take unprecedented steps to avoid going into the hospital for COVID-19.

Patients need to take active steps to plan before getting sick to use early home-based treatment of COVID-19 that can help you save your life.


And so it goes, daily… And you know who says nothing at all. By and large, the Cardinals, Archbishops and Bishops, who, by and large, are forbidding unvaxed priests to offer Holy Mass, to absolve sin, to provide the Last Rites. The Cardinals and Archbishops and Bishops who do this? Criminals, all. Anti-Christs, all.

Sure, a Cardinal with no pastoral ministry here or there, a long-retired untouchable Archbishop here or there, perhaps one active bishop here, maybe there, stands up for the Sacraments. But that’s it. Count them on one hand.


  • “But Father George! Father George! You said bishops hotly desire bad stuff to happen that is already happening to Jesus’ Little Flock right around the world! That can’t be true… because… because… well, like, you know… stuff… and… like… the thing!”

So, just a question: How many bishops are saying anything whatsoever against the fake and harmful vaccine that is harming and killing and weakening so many hundreds of millions around the world? Almost none. Pretty much zilch, zero. Bunch of cowards who have have been running from the wolves, pretending that they are protected by the wolves in the wolves’ dens. But no. When the sheep are all dead, the wolves will turn on the mercenary, fake “shepherds.”

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Family and Clergy access to patients in hospitals in North Carolina

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όμικρον (spelled with κ) said to be omnichron (spelled with χ of χρόνος) “All the time”

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όμικρον is transliterated omikron or at least omicron. I’ve been mocking Joey Biden on this blog for repeatedly saying “omnichron” (I have video proof) which takes two other words that together mean “all the time.” Why am I so mean? I’m not. I’m just pointing out that it is he who is mocking the world by calling this the “all-the-time” variant of Covid.

Look forward to getting smashed down all the more. Hello again to unsurveilled ballot collection boxes, ballot harvesting, unvetted voter lists, simply no voter IDs at all, no surveillance at voting stations, manipulated and destroyed voting machines, un-ending pre-voting with no accountability, lost truckloads of ballots, only just-found ballots at like 2:30 AM that all go to one party miraculously and only when all oversight has departed, blah blah blah. That’s what this is about. This is how America is becoming Amerika, as it were. “IT’S THE OMNICHRON VARIANT!!!!!”

By the way, the caption on that screen shot above… “Alarming”? Wait… What? Alarming to whom? I’m not alarmed. I’m fed up with all the social engineering, I mean political engineering, I mean genocide by liars, I mean the shepherds of the Church leading the State to persecute the Church all the more. Enough of this.

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Covid rebellion: Lead, follow, get out of the way, or lane-split! Road Danger Humor: LOL

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You might have to cut and paste that link in your address bar. It’s only like 5 seconds, but… Hahahaha!!!

Having finally finished off a round of courses for law enforcement chaplaincy, I’ve been thinking of doing up some courses at the local college for BLET, you know, just stuff like “defensive driving,” just life skills everyone should have, you know… like in the video above. I’ve always heard that the best defense is a good offense. Seconds before my first play as linebacker in sixth grade:

  • “What do I do as linebacker?” I asked, baiting a wink and a nod permission.
  • “Just kill everyone who’s still standing,” I was told with a laugh.
  • “Ah, that’s what ‘I got your back’ means!” I exclaimed, grinning. “I can do that!”

And having smashed down those having the pretense to remain standing on the offensive line, it was time to take that pigskin and run, splitting the difference between those caught off guard, kind of like those two “other” cars in that hilarious video above.

I’m sure you’ve had the experience of a couple of cars running parallel with each other on the highway, both going the same speed, blocking traffic way below the speed limit, perhaps maliciously, perhaps both on their phones. The solution? See the video!

Analogy: There are Covid-bullies, legislating mandates from the executive branch of government, who are in one lane, and then there are those sycophants bullying in tandem with them in the other lane, those who vote for the tyrants, since this is where they think they find salvation (having voted God out of their political platforms). They slow down the traffic of society, not wanting to let anyone by with their offensive behavior. But even as the idiots, suddenly on the defensive, scramble, someone comes from behind, breaks through with some lane-splitting, steals the ball and runs!

Sometimes the names for the two tandem slow cars are Church and State. The State has sometimes allowed religious exemptions, and sometimes those exemptions have been denied because the top leader of whatever local church community has proclaimed rabid support for the “vaccines”. You know what Pope Francis is doing, along with many Cardinals and (arch)bishops right around the world, in their out-of-control-support for the “vaccines,” not even allowing priests to offer the last rites. They have taken away from everyone the right to have a properly formed religious conscience in front of the State. That’s called stealing. The wolves rip the sheep to shreds. And, yes, I think that is objectively a mortal sin on their part. I think those religious leaders who have publicly supported the “vaccine” should write religious exemptions for those they have ever so maliciously smashed down.

A request like that from an underling is called lane-splitting both Church and State. ;-)

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UPDATE! Omnichron variant, symptom: mail in ballots

That’s what I would be afraid of. But I have no fear.

UPDATE: Send in by a dear friend:

  • From a comment I read yesterday: An anagram for Omicron = Moronic.

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Against monsters ad intra & ad extra

Courage doesn’t mean no fear, but rather it means dealing with fear. This guy is inspiring.

And… and… I finally figured out how to embed Rumble videos. Just in time. YouTube is visiting posts of this blog even with no videos at all. It’s all Google, right?

Normally, I would be sitting down to a Thanksgiving meal with my old neighbors to the hermitage as I write this on Thanksgiving afternoon. They’ve moved hundreds of miles away (no matter). We had early Mass across the Trail of Tears mountain and then I was a full hour into my trip when – bang bang bang – and my standard shift of Sassy the Subaru lost the top two gears, 5-6. I was able to get back home. I’ll look into that tomorrow. Quiet day again. Great! I’m gonna listen to this guy again… Thank God for him.

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Bp Harris: All priests vaxed or else

That’s over on Church Militant. Trying to catch up to his neighboring Archbishop, this guy, Bishop Harris, is ordering his priests to be “vaccinated immediately,” or else that’s it for them. We pray that any priests not vaxed will remain that way out of respect for the least of the brethren in the womb, that is, out of respect for Jesus. And we pray for Bishop Harris that he might respect life and his priests and all the Lord’s Little Flock.

This is happening about every day. Pope Francis… I mean… does he stop these crimes against priests? No. No, he doesn’t. I think these guys are happy to be stooges for him. I think Francis is heading in this direction for all priests in the world. That’s the only thing that answers all questions consistently.

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Vax mandates: bishops writing religious exemptions for priests?

Maneuvering by the present secular Biden Administration continues by way of the U.S. Department of Justice regarding “vaccine” mandates even as many countries right around the world are locking down or even shooting anyone unvaccinated. Any win for the Administration from the Supreme Court will have immediate repercussions and strengthen attempts at further “vaccine” mandates already pushed by the Center for Disease Control.

In many places, religious exemptions are being rejected by secular authorities due to hierarchical religious authorities promoting or even requiring the “vaccine”, including Catholic bishops, archbishops and cardinals throughout the USA and right around the world, even to the point of rejecting seminarians or dismissing and even suspending priests if they do not go against their consciences so as to go along to get along.

My co-alumnus of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Archbishop Mark Coleridge, rejected the conscience-rights of all his priests, that is, for everyone but himself:

  • “I will not consider conscientious objection to receiving the vaccination as a valid exception set out here. I fully respect the rights of conscience, especially when formed in the Catholic understanding. But I too have a conscience, and it is not just legal obligation but conscience which has led to my decision.”

In other words, he has, with full knowledge and consent, gone against the rights of conscience when formed in the Catholic understanding and demanded that his priests commit this grave sin as well.

Pope Francis obviously condones this behavior as he makes highly emotional attacks on those who reject the mandates, calling out those priests and bishops and cardinals who reject reception of a “vaccine” as being suicidal and murderously careless about the lives of others. Not only is he not reprimanding those (arch)bishops who do such violence against the consciences of their own seminarians and priests, but the Holy Father is likely to mandate the “vaccine” for all priests just as he’s already done for all in Vatican City and for all bishops and priests he meets in his travels.

Thus, secular authorities already have precedents in abundance to reject any attempt by a Catholic priest to avoid the “vaccine” based on a religious exemption. It is imperative that the (arch)bishop of any (arch)diocese which has pushed the “vaccine” put his signature to a religious exemption specifically for his priests, and then another for the laity. Otherwise he has stolen and trampled upon everyone’s conscience.

  • “But Father George! Father George! Why would you ever want a religious exemption?”

That’s what a priest asked me the other day. He admitted I was sincere when I said that the “vaccines” are from the living organs of babies purpose murdered for research, development and testing to get you that vaccine, and that Jesus said what you have done to the least of these you have done to me. It’s like taking a machete to Mary and Elizabeth to extract little Jesus and little John the Baptist for our own benefit. Time is not a moral criterion, making a directly wrought evil for some specious hope for good somehow irrelevant morally because it happened a while ago and we can attempt to “distance” ourselves from that. Really? How successful have we been in distancing ourselves from original sin? Not at all. Do we also say that our redemption wrought by the New Adam is irrelevant because of time going by?

Stupid bishops. This is not rocket science. What you promote is evil. And you know it. Why do you do it? Go to Confession. Do penance by writing exemptions for your priests and for Christ’s faithful.

Galatians 2:11, because Ezekiel 23:20 is about what you look like to God when you prostitute yourselves to the nations. It’s important for your eternal salvation. Hint: Ezekiel 23 is all about your political correctness. No, go ahead. Read it. Let’s go Brandon!

And if any bishop is offended by that innocent rap song… no, really, read Ezekiel 23:1-20. It’s all about you. It’s God inspired word telling you to F*** off. Yep.

  • “But Father George! Father George! You’re so disrespectful! Stop it!”

That’s not me. You should be careful of calling Sacred Scripture inspired by the Holy Spirit disrespectful. You know what’s worse than that citation? It’s called being mocked unto scorn unto being ignored. Try this from those you refuse to lead:

When Archbishop Mark Coleridge says “F*** Catholic Conscience” and so many bishops join him right around the world, their collective Blah-Blah-Blah is simply rejected. They are all irrelevant. Entirely. The most obscure cancelled priest who is faithful to Jesus is more important to the salvation of the world than all those bishops put together. Those who “F*** Catholic Conscience” militate against the salvation of souls. I would not want to be them at the judgment.

But, again, this is the kind of rebellion that they want. They want people to become cynical. But this is what they do not understand. Clarity in the appraisal of their failure is an act of charity to them and the entire Little Flock of Jesus. It is not cynicism if I don’t care if their feelings are hurt. It’s called charity. I want them in all charity to go to heaven. But they need clarity in that charity. Clear enough for them? We pray they see the clarity in all its charity and themselves stop entrenching in their rigid cynicism. Hail Mary…

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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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To vax or not? Guardian angel smacks down friend. Better listen up, you priests and bishops.

/// An out-of-country friend sent in a couple of emails, slightly edited to remove identifying details.///

Dear Father George

A few months back, I had no intent to go weed the garden. I was feeling somewhat in the dumps about a particular matter, and was sitting on my butt ruminating over it, to no good purpose. Suddenly, I needed to go out and weed along the edging of our back gardens.

I had a kneeler and would weed a few feet, move the kneeler and repeat. As I moved along I became more distraught, and by the time I was near our gazebo I was tearful. As I got to the weeds by the gazebo, I was overcome by seeing the scene of me weeping in there after my daughter told me she had aborted our grandchild, over […] years ago. That day I saw my deceased grandson and wept for him, and for my daughter.

As of the then current moment, I had the answer. The question in my mind was about whether I would get the vaccine. As pressures have mounted I have thought from time to time that I should go. But, each time I thought I would, I became nauseous and decided not to. I don’t need to phone a friend, because the Creator of the universe already spoke to me. My final answer is emphatically NO.

All of the current vaccines use aborted fetal cells, either through the whole process, as in the J&J and Pfizer vaxes, or for testing as in the others.

I know what the Pope has said, and also what our local Bishop is currently saying, and though I greatly respect them both, I cannot do what they recommend. In fact, my down moments at the time were because my Bishop was recommending vaccines for us all.

Many of the vaccines use replicated fetal tissue from a little aborted boy in the Netherlands, in the 1970s, called for their purposes HEK293. This means that this was the 293rd fetus that died and was tested on, for Human Embryonic Kidney tissue. It may surprise you to know that tissue from dead babies is useless, and that it has to be extracted prior to their death.

God Bless You. ///

Here is the rest of the story.

So, after the experience in my note, I was very clear on where I stood, and have not wavered. Soon after, our pastor was attending our Zoom prayer meeting, for our Holy Spirit prayer group. A parishioner [… said…] that the vaccines were not to be taken. […] Our pastor was in a quandary as to what to advise […], as our bishop has been very pro vax, and has since required that all priests/deacons/staff/volunteers be jabbed. Most in our prayer group are vaxxed. […] of us have refused.

I shared the story I posted on your latest article [Compare contrast: conform Church to cosmos, vice versa], and was in tears as I shared it. A week later, our pastor posted a letter from one of the Bishop’s toadies saying the Pope says it’s ok, the Bishop says it’s ok. Get the jab!

That’s part of the rest of the story. Please give my regards to Father Gordon. I continue to follow you both. God Bless You.

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My comment: Yes. Guardian Angels are our best friends, doing whatever it takes, doing the necessary, to get us to listen up. Great! We will be literally eternally grateful for the smack downs we all receive.

This is frightening: You want to know how bad things are? Re-read that post as if for the first time: Compare contrast: conform Church to cosmos, vice versa. But this time, read it knowing the result, basically that the pastor and one of the bishop’s toadies, citing the bishop and Pope Francis, went out to buy machetes, as it were, in analogy, for their encouragement to vax is just that deadly, and they do it in view of the whole truth of the matter. Now I want to vomit.

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Hey! That priest! Good for him!

That would be right. Catholic Social Services of Australia has this guy, Francis Sullivan, shoving vax needles into arms, regardless of their direct connection with abortion in research and/or development and/or testing. This layman is busy attacking a great young priest in Australia, pastor of a smallish parish in the distant outback. That priest was in some of my classes in the major seminary in which I taught. Proud of him. Great! There are great priests all around, who are not willing to compromise, who thank Jesus for coming into this world, firstly, for nine months, in the womb of the Immaculate Conception.

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People giving up freedom

https://youtube.com/shorts/CY6lXRvTbxY

You might have to copy that link and paste it in the URL Address Bar…

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OSHA vax mandate? Fr George will “quit” first

And that stated rebellion earns me not just a weekly $14,000.00 fine, but about $140,000.00 in fines come January 4, 2022. I have sincerely held religious objections. I have a medical exemption. I have super strong natural immunity. No one cares about that. Not being able to pay the fines, looks like jail for me. Unless one uses one’s brain.

  • “Just lie about it, Father George!”

No. I’m not going to lie. I will stand with my flock, whoever that is, wherever that person is. I’ll take the consequences. Besides, I don’t want a $10,000.00 fine and six months in prison, which is the penalty for lying. And then you’ll get the other fines anyway.

  • “Just wear a mask and get tested, Father George! Don’t be so dramatic!”

I’m not ever going to wear a mask while I pronounce the words of consecration at Holy Mass. Guaranteed. This is a big deal, actually. Other examples of breath include Jesus breathing on the apostles so that they might receive the Holy Spirit to forgive sins. Or how about the early rites of exorcism in which breathing on a subject was part of the rite?

  • “But just wear the mask to get tested, Father George! Come on, man! You know, the Thing!”

I’ll be betrayed by some self-righteous Catholic coming to one of my Masses from around the USA. Most visitors are super Catholic, but some freak out about social distancing and masks and such. One threatened to write all sorts of letter to any powers that be to complain that I breathed on the Hosts at the altar because I was standing there with no mask.

Anyway, I wonder how testing once or twice weekly is going to work out with really a lot of people all of sudden needing tests and people spending all day at testing sites. Whose not going to get fired for that?

  • “But you just can’t quit the priesthood, Father George! Don’t be a quitter! Get with the program! You’re racist if you don’t!”

I’m not asking to be “laicized” or suspended from the sacraments. God forbid! No. If the Diocese is going to comply – illegally, actually – with Joe Biden’s anti-Constitution mandate, what I will ask for is that my salary be taken away, and that whatever is considered to be part of that salary is also removed, including the right to live in a rectory, any perks like a car allowance. In effect, it would be like getting “fired” from secular employment. Meanwhile, I would still volunteer to provide the sacraments and Mass in the parish. In this way, the Diocese wouldn’t be liable for me. Here’s the fact: Joe Biden isn’t going to be president forever, right? So, I’ll financially take a hit. Big deal. I’ll keep my conscience intact. Why be a priest if I can’t keep my conscience intact.

As I write this, the Biden mandate has been “stayed” by a judge… for Texas only. Good news. But Joey couldn’t care less about the Constitution or any sort of rule of law anyway. And, it seems to me, neither does SCOTUS. And, this is done under emergency powers. SCOTUS is going to be mighty hesitant to mess with that.

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