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My friend, Stage 4 cancer patient, denied Holy Communion. Reprimanding priests and the bishops who make this hell possible.

A dear friend, a stage four cancer patient (not in my diocese), texted me this:

  • “I was refused Holy Communion on the tongue and was told to step away. Only a few were in masks and not the priest. Can he do this? Thx and Prayers”

This is when you need to ask a priest why he is a priest, and what exactly it is that he is going to tell Jesus when he stands before Jesus to be judged for kicking Jesus’ Little Flock away.

I have done this a number of times, leaving such priests speechless. Am I really the only one who has reprimanded them in this way?

A filthy liberal priest kicking anyone away from Holy Communion who is in good standing with the Church and who has very proper manners, who is elderly and has a terminal but non-communicable disease, humiliating that person in front of the entire congregation, causing scandal – because they are left to guess why this person has been publicly denied – is to subject this person to abuse of power, much as is had in a violent assault and rape. Truly, casting aside someone properly disposed and properly presenting at an appropriate time and manner for reception of a Sacrament reminds me of the abuse of power of, say, a secular judge who abuses his power so as to assault and rape the vulnerable. I wish more priests would be Al Pacino for his opening statement in “And Justice for All”. That’s another film I never saw, but this scene is one of the greatest in cinematic history:

Thanks, Al. You make it look easy. :-)

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KKK kulture of kowardly klerics w/o kojones kicked in keester: masks or…

  • “Would that this kulture of kowardly klerics had the kojones to kick the killers of faith in the keester!. Viz., kick the ‘k’ out of masks, so the faithful can attend Mass.” — a dear reader of ariseletusbegoing.

Convinced that humor is necessary in some cases to bring people to conversion, whereby they laugh at themselves in tears, I am reminded of absolute alliteration. I turn to a non-Catholic preacherman for help in this. After all, a prophet is never accepted in his own country.

https://ariseletusbegoing.com/2016/10/27/forsooth-foolish-fugitives-final-fixing/

The stubbornly stern stumble stupidly seeking surreal syllogistic sterility.

But here’s the deal: they purposely suppress Sacred Scripture sarcasm supposing subtlety.

If we don’t keep a sense of humor in the Chestertonian sense, we cannot be true believers.

Post script: regarding the “KKK” reference… Yes. Many bishops and priests are now practicing apartheid even for the Sacraments, insisting on Covid passports.

Priests and bishops need to listen to the words that they are themselves saying in Persona Christi. Priests and bishops must be willing to lay down their lives in order to provide the Sacraments to Jesus’ Little Flock.

If not, they should get their little hell right out of the priesthood. And that’s no laughing matter.

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