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Protecting the parish as pro-abort SCOTUS protesters video YOUR reactions to them so as to waste your time in court
My estimation of Taylor Marshal just went up. He knows Jiu-Jitsu, like, really well. Very impressive. My own health isn’t good enough right now. I’ve been putting off an operation and there are other things. But out of interest I looked up Jiu-Jitsu and found that one of the best instructional schools in these USA is right close to my parish – https://www.fxselfdefense.com/ – boasting of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Israeli Krav Maga Maleh, Muay Thai, Okinawan Karate etc.
In daily life I enjoy exercising situational awareness (noticing how to get out of or deescalate situations) along with my “force-multiplier,” but Catholic churches full of parishioners attending Holy Mass is now set to be a favorite target of the pro-abort anti-SCOTUS terrorists. And, as Taylor points out, the priest at Holy Mass that is offered ad orientem has zero situational awareness and is the perfect unobstructed first target, the fiddleback vestment with any embroidered “decal” making it all the more easy target-wise for the terrorist:
So, security teams are all the more necessary. My own diocese has been insistent on having security teams. The advice about 2nd amendment possibilities for these security teams is extremely carefully not provided, with absolutely nothing said for or against, insisting, in fact, on making sure that no parish offers any advice one way or the other. In court, people will hold you liable if they are hurt because you’ve limited their rights or because you didn’t and someone was hit by, say, a ricochet. So, you let the 2nd amendment speak for itself.
We do have neutral signs on the doors of the church and social hall proclaiming that concealed carry is just fine by us. In North Carolina, concealed carry permits involve extensive local, state and federal background checks to such an even exaggerated extent that we enjoy reciprocity with most any State. I proactively invite any on-duty law enforcement officers to attend in full uniform, which includes, of course, their open carry. We’ve even had the Chief of Police attend Mass in such manner. Great! They’re an exception to the only-concealed-carry rule (if you wish to carry).
But when terrorists are looking for soft-targets in a region and see such small signs discreetly posted on church doors, that’s not the church they are going to go to first. They will want to go to the softest target, a church which is militantly anti-2nd-amendment, regardless of whether congregants agree with SCOTUS or with the stated interests of the terrorists themselves.
Just to say, terrorist groups (imnsho) having a history of arson, assault, murder, level-of-war damage to real property, assassination of police officers… they are also gearing up to join in the new Summer of Love.
The video above has a lot of good advice for larger congregations. But in my tiny parish it comes down to this: quite simply, the violence of aggressors will not be tolerated by anyone. Our entire parish is our security team. If any of our parishioners is aggressed upon, the aggressors can be politely escorted out of door. I’m told in casual conversation with one of our officers that it is likely illegal to detain anyone, but violent aggressors can certainly be escorted out the door.
- At the Spanish Mass, any actively violent people crashing into church – whatever that violence happens affecting others happens to be – would be instantly dogpiled until the threat was escorted outside. And I do mean that this would happen instantly. Most of those attending the Spanish Mass are from the same town in Mexico, an extremely violent town. They have seen it all before and are instantly ready to smack it all down here. That’s not what they want to see here. They will protect their wives and children and each other. To our Mexicans, who know all about suffering the violence of being thrown into vats of acid, dismemberment by chainsaw, beheadings, gunfire, whatever, a handful of SCOTUS protesters is not what is going to freeze them in fear. You know why? Because my parishioners believe in God, in Jesus, and will lay down their lives for each other, instantly. You think my parishioners are afraid of phone-videos while they are being assaulted or worse? No.
- At the English Mass we have plenty of people who carry. Also, and this changes from week to week, but we have a constant flow of well trained military and law enforcement, often Federal law enforcement on vacation, frequently FBI, intel groups, etc. They’re all ready to instantly take care of any eventuality in such manner that Holy Mass could and would continue without missing a beat. I love that.
- At the TLM, you can combine everything said for the other Masses above. :-)
Great video on the Shroud. For myself, I was always entirely taken by the shroud. What scientists say in our own day as different even from a couple years ago is amazing. Proof for anyone of good will.
But that’s the catch. If you are malicious. If you are defending your own sinful life, you will simply refuse to believe. No proof can force someone to believe. Jesus says Abraham says this:
- Luke 16:19 There was a certain rich man, who was clothed in purple and fine linen, and feasted sumptuously every day: 20. And there was a certain beggar, named Lazarus, who lay at his gate, full of sores, 21. And desiring to be fed from the crumbs which fell from the rich man’s table: and even the dogs came and licked his sores. 22. And it happened that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’s bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried; 23. And, lifting up his eyes in hell, when he was in torments, he seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. 24. And he, crying out, said, Father Abraham, have compassion on me, and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame. 25. And Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and Lazarus likewise evil things: but now he enjoys comfort, and thou art tormented. 26. And besides all these things, a vast gulf lieth between us and you; so that they who wish to pass hence to you cannot, nor can they pass to us thence. 27. And he said, I beseech thee, therefore, father, to send him to my father’s house: 28. For I have five brothers, that he may testify to them, lest they also come into this place of torment. 29. Abraham saith to him, They have Moses and the prophets: let them hear them. 30. But he said, Nay, father Abraham; but if one went to them from the dead, they will repent. 31. And he said to him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded though one rose from the dead.
The universal salvation heretics say that the rich man is not in hell but in purgatory. They go against the parable spoken by the Truth Incarnate wherein trustworthy Abraham explicitly says no one can pass from one side to the other, over the chasm between heaven and hell, ever. Ain’t gonna happen. “Abraham is a liar!” they shriek: “Jesus is a liar!”
The universal salvation heretics say that the rich man is a nice guy, charitable, and should go to heaven. But in saying that, they actually deny the resurrection. Let’s examine that:
- (1) The rich man cries out: “Father Abraham, have compassion on me, and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame.” The idea is that unless Abraham sends Lazarus to hell for the sake of mercy, Abraham himself along with Lazarus will go to hell for being unmerciful. To deny justice for the sake of a false mercy is in fact a sin. So Abraham rebukes this malicious “Bring ’em all to hell!” plot of the rich man: “Abraham said; ‘Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and Lazarus likewise evil things: but now he enjoys comfort, and thou art tormented.’ So, the rich man stays in hell and Abraham and Lazarus remain in heaven marveling at how evil the rich man is.
- (2) The rich man cries out: “I beseech thee, therefore, father, to send him to my father’s house: For I have five brothers, that he may testify to them, lest they also come into this place of torment.” Obviously, the rich man, Dives, is the Herod under whom Jesus lived and died and rose. Rich, feasting sumptuously, dressed in purple, there’s only this one possibility: Herod. Lazarus is, of course, the Lazarus of Martha and Mary fame, the one Jesus raised from the dead and who the henchmen of Herod wanted to kill all over again. The five brothers are who-knows-who? amongst the insane genealogy of Herod’s father. Remember, there is no word for “cousin” in Hebrew. It’s always “brother.” But surely they are a well known, trusted group close to Herod, evil even in the eyes of the rich man in hell. Sending Lazarus to them would mean his instant murder at their hands. But more than this, Lazarus would be committing a sin worthy of hell if he were to disrespect Moses and the prophets by effectively saying that Moses and prophets weren’t good enough. With that sin Lazarus would simply go to hell with Abraham. That’s entirely evil and malicious of the rich man in hell who obviously deserves to be there. Abraham is right to say: “They have Moses and the prophets: let them hear them.”
- The rich man in hell cannot stop being malicious and evil and plotting to get everyone in hell. He said again: “Nay, father Abraham; but if one went to them from the dead, they will repent.” He’s again disrespecting Moses and the Prophets, who spoke of the resurrection. So, Abraham rightly responds: “If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded though one rose from the dead.” So, the rich man stays condemned in hell forever, and Abraham and Lazarus remain safely in heaven. I love this.
Here’s how malicious and evil people are in hell: they want to be in hell and they only want everyone to be hell. They don’t want to come out of hell. They want to hate God and themselves and everyone else in hell, forever. That’s what they hotly desire, so to speak.
Is that kind of person going to be convinced by scientific studies and reason concerning the shroud? No. Because they don’t want the truth. Sure, the shroud is absolutely a proof of the resurrection. But it’s not a proof that will be received by those who are malicious and evil. You cannot force someone to believe. We are saved by grace. These proofs are but aids for someone to assent to the faith that God is already crashing down upon them. So, we provide such things, but we must rejoice that God is doing the work of salvation. People can say “no,” and do say “no,” but we can and must be there for them to try to get them to say “yes.”
By the way, those eyes on the shroud, opened up, they remind me of these eyes:
Meanwhile, I am many times a day being dragged through the mysteries of the Two Hearts Rosary as I call it. More to come on that. The currents run deep. The Rosary is amazing for those who pray it.
You’re better at being calm and carrying on, dearest Taylor.
The leopard demon god is the violent demon god of darkness, all that is not light, diametrically opposed to the Light of the Nations. What in hell is the leopard violent demon god doing in the sanctuary of Jesus’ Sacrifice? Jesus wants to get us out of the grasp of the violent demons of hell. But, this hell… For me, if that came to my parish… well…
I can only imagine how this will soon disintegrate into direct desecration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Oh, I forgot, it already has. Remember the Most Blessed Sacrament being inserted into the belly of the Pachamama idol as if it were a monstrance? Ain’t gonna happen in my parish on my watch.
And don’t think Pope Francis condemns this as liturgical abuse. He’s the worst offender, placing the Pachamama, the Abomination of Desolation, on the altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice, the Holy of Holies.
I’ll just say it: this is all demon worship and I’m not going to have anything to do with it. It’s all straight out of hell. I’m not going to judge these souls, or the bishops (so many at that synodality Mass), but I will say this: objectively speaking, the stuff they are doing will bring them straight to hell. It is objectively mortally sinful. But God is the judge of all that is subjective. I’m not. But, objectively speaking, it’s from hell.
To any bishops reading this: I’m a priest of Jesus Christ, not of your damn demons. I will live and die as a priest of Jesus Christ. I’m not going to preside over your damned demon worship.
This is why I also love the ad orientem worship of Christ Jesus in His Sacrifice during the Traditional Latin Mass. We’re facing Jesus together, not putting on some damn show. At Jesus’ Sacrifice on Calvary, demons are cast down to hell. But this theatrical blasphemy of synodal hell portrays the demons winning, as Jesus is no longer important. Jesus has been conquered by the demons… isn’t that the message here?
Moreover, Saint Michael the archangel, defend us in… oh, I forgot, that prayer is forbidden in some places. And you wonder why Saint Michael is forbidden?
Traditionis custodes is defective as law, for it attempts to do evil things. Therefore, that “law” is not law at all. Traditionis custodes is not be obeyed nor disobeyed, for it is nothing. It is to be ignored.
Some evil things:
- The lex orandi – the Sacrifice of Jesus at Holy Mass – is held to be invalid also as a source of faith, lex credendi. This is absurd, demonic. It’s not a law as it is evil.
- If temporarily the TLM is to be offered it cannot be offered in any parish church but rather Jesus must be tossed out of His own church.
But, I get it. These guys are nervous. They’re trying to out-politicize Pope Francis. Can’t be done. He’ll see through that instantly, and laugh. No one is better at politics than Pope Francis.
What has to be done is to demonstrate Traditionis custodes to be evil and therefore not a law at all instead of trying to find loopholes as if it were law to begin with.
Having said that, I’m quite sure my time will come to be put to the test: “Stop saying the TLM! Novus Ordo only!” As Saint Thomas More said, it depends on the wording. “Accept Vatican II!” It depends on the wording. We’ll see what happens. We have to be as clever as serpents while being innocent as doves.
- Francis: You must accept Vatican II or… or… or… splutter splutter…!
- Father George: Do you mean to say against Pope Saint Paul VI that Vatican II is dogmatic and infallible?
- Francis: NO! I agree that Vatican II is pastórially pastóral and means nothing doctrinally or morally! Are you crazy in the head, little Father George!?! I’m so angry with you!
- Father George: Well, Jorgito, if Vatican II means nothing except passing prudential judgements, which times are passed, and therefore by definition everything in Vatican II means nothing, are you wanting me to say that Vatican II means nothing?
- Francis: It’s not nothing! It’s the spirit of Vatican II that I’m talking about! It’s ambiguous! It’s the way to reject all that it is good and holy! And that’s something! Why aren’t you ambiguous like me? Why do you follow Jesus with clarity, saying that Jesus is absolute truth, unmanipulatable Truth, even the Way and the Life, in whom you rejoice!?! You are to be rejected as a priest for having the pretense of having great joy in the Holy Ghost! You are bad and evil, little Father George!
- Father George: Why don’t we take the sixteen documents, sentence by sentence, which will take centuries?
- Francis: You don’t get it, do you!?! I’m not talking about some stupid sixteen documents! I’m talking about the spirit of the Council, my spirit, which I want to project unto you, force into you, so that you are reflection of me! I’m the spirit of the Council!
- Father George: I am the Pope’s good servant, but God’s first.
- Father George: Oh, I almost forgot. Hier stehe ich. Ich kann nicht anders. Gott helfe mir.
- Francis: splutter, splutter, splutter…
- Father George: And besides, Pope Saint Pius X said that ambiguity was to be treated just like any heresy, for it’s purpose is to lead people into heresy, and away from Christ Jesus, Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception, who will come to judge the living and the dead and the world by the ardent flames of Living Truth of the Holy Spirit.
- Pope Francis: Agghh!!!!!! I’m gonna forbid you to say the TLM!!!!!!!!!
- Father George: So what?
Where’s that picture photoshopped by a traditionalist website? Ah yes…
The guy who took the picture of me almost smashed his camera on the ground. He couldn’t get it to stop the bright sheen. He said that that light gives the totally wrong impression. And that’s true. It does. But I am a validly ordained priest despite their putting “Fr.” in scare quotes. Also, I’m guessing that photoshopping Francis as a Lutheran is an insult to the Lutherans.