Saturday, November 29, 2014

BROTHERS IN CHRIST BROTHERS BECAUSE OF CHRIST


"And I ask you a favor: bless me and the Church of Rome!"



Behold, how good and how pleasant it is For brethren to 

dwell together in unity!


The City of Constantine and the lamp-stand of the First-Called celebrates a joyful feast receiving the Primate of the venerable Church of Rome, seat of the Foremost Disciple and with an honest, brotherly-loving desire we gladly pray: Abide with us, O Paraclete, and lead us to Your truth, so that we will glorify You with one voice and one heart.


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Would you believe people are upset about this?

Wait and see. 

22 comments:

  1. I will not make those who hate this tarnish this Holy Kiss between the East and the West...How Great is our God, May the Almighty water this seed of love and may those who hate it flee,,,,, from before His Face.
    A Blessed St. Andrew Feast

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  2. Yes.. RetRorate is currently bitter about the above image. And I thought that they were going to just remain bitter about the mosque incident.

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    1. I would encourage them to read the homily of the Supreme Pontiff from the first Mass in Turkey wherein His Holiness talked about unity in diversity, without forced conformity.

      Having just watched the recording of the Mass myself, I am still digesting it.

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    2. So Francis was talking Turkey was he. Makes more sense than the usual slop he comes out with at his daily Mass - or mess didn't one bishop say?

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  3. There goes that Pope Francis being nice again!
    This must STOP!
    Who does he think that he is? Jesus or something?

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    1. Only you could some out with such scintillating stuff, Beth. So original.

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    2. thanks, Dick. Just priming the pump.

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  5. I checked this site before having my first coffee this morning, thinking I was on Father Z's home site. There it was: Bergoglio as the Pope of Christian Unity. Aha, I thought, Father Z has become a heretic ... I knew he was at risk of that, but I was upset anyway.

    Turns out it's only Father D, and I knew he was a heretic already. ANATHEMA SIT. All is well with the world again.

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    1. How could you think you were on Z's site? This post is not funny, but many are here. I have never seen funny on Z's site. Why would someone saying that Pope Francis is the Pope of Christianity unity make him a heretic. I thought all popes were supposed to be popes of Christian unity. What am I missing?

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    2. Your missing several brain neurons.

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    3. Hey ASSHOLE impostor, if you are going to steal my identity and feign being me on this blog at least have the decency to be grammatically correct.

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  6. I am amazed at how ill bred so called religious people can be. I can't understand how anyone in a public forum can refer to the Holy Father by his last name. Yes, it may be the Italian way but usually that is said with affection, not contempt.

    Utterly repugnant!

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    1. You should hear what I call him "Jug head" is a popular one around my neck of the woods.

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  7. I am, sad to say, becoming more and more convinced that the most toxic of Francis' opponents on the lunar right, will sooner of later drift into full schism. Many have arrived at that state already at least informally. These splinter groups will go off into cultism of some sort or sorts. They are the one ideologically drawn to the deep seated resentment and rage of characters like Mundabor those who have nailed their flag to the mast of Burkean moral-legal absolutism and who reject the 'abhorrent' doctrinal and liturgical reforms Second Vatican Council.
    Francis and his agenda of reform amount to the anti-Christ for these people. Zuhlsdorf would go with them too if there as money and entitlement that would accompany the ride. Now he's got nothing left to cling to but the rotting corpse of his own pretentiousness, hubris and presumption.

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    1. Let them go, let them go...let them go....then maybe the Benedict altar arraignment will go with them...I can deal with the old dress up drag sometimes as long as they do swish, but that huge Cross and Candles on the Altar..... get my goat...

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    2. No wonder, look at the Jug Head we've got for a Pope. A complete embarrassment ...

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    1. Been there. Done that.
      Have the Tee Shirt.
      Working on the hat.
      Must have a real sad life that you need to pretend to be Father D

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    2. No, it's just normal for folk like you who suffer 'reality-challenge'. It is accepted that life out of the trees is far too stressful and therefore a return to the canopy is completely understandable.

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    3. Under this Pope you can be forgiven ...

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