Saturday, November 22, 2014

POPE FRANCIS CALLS EMERGENCY MEETING TO REFORM THE REFORM OF THE REFORMED REFORM H/T RetRorate Caeli




In an attempt to respond (so quickly he even didn't waste time putting on his zucchetto and shoulder cape)  in a sensitive pastoral manner to the concerns expressed (repeatedly and loudly) by the ever submissive, yet never submitting, boys over at RetRorate, His Holiness Pope Francis convened the gang of cardinal advisers to discuss the ways in which they could make Sunday's canonization of six new saints longer (=holier).

They decided to implement the following.

Immediately after the invocation (Father, Son and Holy Spirit GHOST) the Franciscan Friars  of the Immaculate (all fifteen left) will chant, recto tono, the complete Roman Martyrology.
After the Gospel,  all seven versions of the Nicene Creed will be recited in Latin and Greek and the vernacular language of each newly canonized saint.

At the conclusion of Mass, before the recession, all four Marian Antiphons will be chanted as a round,  by the Three Irish Tenors.


62 comments:

  1. Fr. Guido SardouchebagNovember 22, 2014 at 10:34 PM

    While His Unholyness is at it why not have some clowns, balloons, and giant puppets at tomorrows "liturgy"

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    1. Clowns? No. You're thinking of another previous Pope, or the man who WANTS to be Pope. I think the anti-Pope Pius XIII (RLB) is celebrating catafalque cremation day with Bishop Anathema Scheitfurbrainz in Kamelshitdumpistan. And he brings his puppets with him to carry that long hem on his dress.

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    2. If you want to see bad liturgical theater, you cannot go wrong with that Solemn Pontifical High Mass with Ray-Ray Burke in Austria.

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    3. Bad theater indeed. The altar looked like a Viennese cream cake. His Corpulence Cardinal Bulke looked like Granny's sofa. And the altar boy fiddling under his alb looked like ... I won't say it on this decent website.

      This is liturgical beauty? NOT.

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    4. I thought Pius XIII was dead?

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    5. Well, Pius XII is dead, but I think the assumption (probably accurate) is that Burke wants to be pope (insane in itself) and would call himself Pius XIII rather than something like Francis II.

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    6. I am probably missing a joke or something.

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    7. Oh -- and the weirdest thing of all in that video (link below) -- a minister in black cassock, solemnly carrying what at first I thought was a crucifix or perhaps a stand for the thurible, but turned out to be a tripod for his camera.

      Never miss a chance for "liturgical eye candy"! Also note the servers struggling to wind multiple robes around Cardinal Bulke's holy vastness, and the Cardinal snapping at them to adjust this and tie that.

      This isn't liturgy, it's porn.

      Video here (have sick bag at the ready) --

      http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/11/cardinal-burkes-high-mass-in-vienna.html

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    8. Pius XIII died November 30th 2009. Gay-Ray will have to be crowned Pius XIV at Econe

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    9. That's interesting, never heard of that Pope Pius XIII.

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    10. We at WDTPRDAD do not recognize that usurper AntiPope PiusXII from the USA. The only American Anti-Pope we can get behind is Pope Mike of Kansas. It's a matter taste really! I'm surprised. I thought you would choose your anti-pope a bit more selectively!

      MTU, a small group of conclavist Catholics elected the elderly Father Lucian Pulvermacher, OFM of Montana as anti-pope and he chose the name Pius XIII.

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    11. I love Pope Mike ..annnnnnd he's finally received Holy Orders ...annnnnd he celebrates the TLM ...all he is missing is the Papal Tiara

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    12. Bad theater indeed. The altar looked like a Viennese cream cake. His Corpulence Cardinal Bulke looked like Granny's sofa. And the altar boy fiddling under his alb looked like ... I won't say it on this decent website.

      This is liturgical beauty? NOT.


      This isn't liturgy, it's porn.

      I nearly choked on my red velvet cupcake. I may need a dozen sick bags, but I may have to watch this to see the parts you two are talking about! Also, RIGHT at the beginning, the server ON THE SANCTUARY FILMING IT. WHAT the everloving fluffy biretta pompom and freaky cappa magna. (I mistyped manga, perhaps THAT is a better description.) There's no reverence here, just sheer avarice. In fact, this is for Good Friday, but I think it suits Burke, the Ordinariate, and so many of these 'orders' that revolve around liturgy so very well: https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/t31.0-8/10403905_384030761721965_7337305413098869490_o.jpg

      *More than one trampled cleric per liturgy not only allowed, but recommended.

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    13. Ok, my friend wins it. If she comes here and names herself, fine, but I won't, though I pass on her comment after she watched 30 seconds of the Vienna travesty: "His train is too long. WTF is up with that? It's longer than Princess Di's. He'd be happier if he just admitted he was a cross dresser. Buy some fucking sequins and embrace WHO YOU ARE." She just won the entire week. xx

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  2. Ummmm Fr. D they are at it AGAIN!!!!

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    1. Everyone needs to settle down. I know the methadone clinics are closed Saturday nights, but we can all play nice here. Mostly.

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  3. By their fruits....Gotta love a traditional fruit salad.

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    1. Mmmm I love a good salad tossing:-p

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  4. Sodomy, meth.... liberals REALLY think we love what they love... Why don't you go take care of the Mad Drunk Idiot at Santa Marta?

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    1. ^^^^
      Ah I see another fine traditionalist Catholic is up bright and early. Have to make sure all the ribbons are rightly placed in that Zuhlsdorf-size missal now and that everyone has her chapel veil in place. Another coat of whitewash on the bone-filled tomb and you're good to go!

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    2. Sure. Then we'll gather together to mock Homo-Drunkard-Pope and his Sodo-Lodger.

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    3. I didn't realise Ratzinger had a drink problem. Poor man, it must be his conscience troubling him - at last!

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    4. And you have to starch and iron the ribbons; otherwise mass would be valid.

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    5. Wow, when I imagine where the hands of some of these tradouchinal priests have been I'd prefer to receive the Sacrament in a pre packaged sanitary wrapper.

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    6. Invalid, that is.

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    7. Hey, just for the shit and piss fun of it Traddies... Your "Boy" Ratzinger is dirtier than Kurt Waldheim.

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    8. Who cares? He's not pope anymore, but Tango-Gogoboy and his Buenos Aires homeboys. With Gay Hotellier in control, it's a male harem for His Hole-ness in Santa Marta.

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    9. ^^^^^^ Hey NumbNuts, for the benefit of your own health and well-being you need to immediately stop masturbating to those pictures and videos of Cardinal Burke. I am sorry for you that you didn't have that most special privilege of reaching up his dress.

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    10. I have never had the impression that Pope Francis is gay. He dated women, worked a real job, experienced life. Pope Benedict XVI was conscripted into the army, and went immediately into seminary thereafter. Different experiences, different men.

      I suspect that Benedict is gay. He surrounded himself with younger handsome men. (Tell me Monsignor Georg didn't have the Clooney look goin' on) Who cares!!??!!

      There is no proof that either man was sexually active before or after entering the clerical state. Why would either having a same sex attraction be a bad thing? We all have something we're attracted to physically. Keeping our passions under control is all part of our struggle- married, celibate, chaste, gay, straight, bi-
      Cardinal Burke or Cardinal Kasper could be the biggest screaming queens in the Church. They could be the toughest chick magnets in the Church. As long as they do not act on their urges, they are struggling Catholics, just like the rest of us.

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    11. Actually, even if they do.

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    12. How are u supposed to receive the Blessed Sacrament on the tounge if its in a prepackaged wrapper Dick

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    13. I think Dick likes to receive all kind of things on his tounge ...:-p

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    14. Naw Alter Boi I think Dick prefers it all over his face

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    15. ^^^^^ Nice to see all my traditionalist supporters checking in as the Lord's Day draws to a close. You make me so proud!

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    16. <3<3<3 u ur Eminence ...God bless u, will be praying for a swift end to this unholy papacy and ur future election to the throne is St.Peter ...offering my Compline prayers for u this evening ( chanted in Latin of course )

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  5. I cannot believe this photograph is REALLY of a committee getting together to work out their own version of the Sacred Liturgy!

    Why, that hasn't happened since Bugnini's Consilium did it - if you don't count the committee of Big Olde Ladyes who got together to created the Backdoordinarifairyate liturgy the same way.

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    1. SSSSHHHHHHHHHH!
      We don't talk about that Ordinariate Committee.

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    2. Hey Iam thinking of that Ordinariate one the Zombie Apocalypse is over

      Peace be with ya all

      Fr. Gabriel Stokess
      Parish Priest of St. Sarah's Episcopal Church

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    3. In don't think its going to be over for a Looooong time Fr. Gabe

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  6. And yet another reason for the papal crisis meeting.


    Supertradmum says:

    23 November 2014 at 6:55 am


    "Well, a priest does not have to be either a cardinal or bishop to be elected Pope, and I think a deacon may be elected Pope–If there is a conspiracy to remove the red hat from Burke, it will not mean much except to show the rest of the world how the saintly orthodox clergy are persecuted.

    I still stubbornly expect Burke to be Pope one day.

    As to youth going to the TLM, this is a given, as too many watched their parents make a mess of their lives while going to the NO.

    The Millennials are less conformist as a group as well and more introverted, as studies have shown, and would be naturally drawn to the more sober, quiet, prayerful, etc. TLM."


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    1. I'd like to say something about that, but can't wrap my mind around it.
      Wow.
      I never would have thought medicinal marijuana was so popular among home schooling traditional catholic mums.

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    2. Padre J. T. Duhzhhldorf has caught the attention of a devout carpet groveller from Canada. Note the PS at the end of the brown nose:

      Julian Barkin says:

      23 November 2014 at 2:48 pm


      "Father, this isn’t a very effective strategy to me. It can go either way. You get a “moderate/liberal” pope, and then it’s an oligarchy of the not-so-good kind when he does political power plays and puts his favourites into those precious few positions, which of course will affect what cases win or lose (e.g. CDF, sacraments, PCED for the Latin Mass), and what each dicastery produces in terms of major pastoral/practical documents. That also means less voices to reign in other wayward curia members, and, gasp, should it be deemed necessary to fraternally correct him, the Pope himself.

      At the very best, yes this might work well for a more “Pius X” type of pope and we get a solid bastion in the dicasteries, as well as that curia/dicastery representatives or secretaries (who got removed in the new setup) won’t contradict or say something contrary to the other member/lead person. However, I can forsee accusations shot at the pope from liberal clergy and all forms of media (save the Rad Cath Reactionary Blogosphere) that the Church is a oligarchial-dictatorship
      Honestly, why do we even have dicasteries and the Curia in the first place? Sometimes maybe a one man show with the Pope making all major decisions and approval sounds better. It seems as if the monarchy form of governance combined with servant leadership, is the ideal order of governance surrounding Christ anyways, especially considering that we celebrated in both forms (albeit a month apart), the Feast of Christ the King, and multiple kingdom analogies surround him in Scripture. I don’t recall any passages taking about Jesus and democratic governments, save giving Caesar what is due to Caesar, but when it came to Christ HIMSELF, kingdom analogies are abound, not democracies.

      P.S. Unrelated, who’s this Father Juan Duhlsdorf guy on the internet? Your evil alter ego?"

      What's the bet Brick-with-Eyes will either totally ignore this or make it disappear? Either way, he'll be reaching into his prepper stores for the combat camouflaged danger diapers.

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    3. Danger Diapers... Damn, I close to fell out of my chair laughing...

      This model comes with a waist size of up to 52" http://www.babykins.com/store/adult-plastic-pants/

      How can we add this to Zudork the Priest's swish list??

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    4. Love it and its still up ...just be ready for more Zzzzombies commenting on this blog lol

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    5. They are way more lathered up about the new CDW prefect.

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    6. Lathered or leathered lol :-p

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  7. Why is it that Rorate has a link to MondayBore but not Zuhlsdork on its site?

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    1. I think Rorate doesn't trust Ghoulsdorf to be uncritical of the SPPX. Z didn't like how the SPPX rebuffed an offer by Benedict a few years ago, I believe. I saw one comment over at Rorate from a few years ago that accused Zed of being a "neo-con" one day and then a true trad the next. The measure of these labels is how pro-SPPX one is, of course.

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    2. RetRorate hates Zzzz because Zzzz reposts their screeds without permission. RetRorate might be a blog of antisemitic conspiracy theorists but even they know he is a fraud.

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  8. Wow this blog really is a joke ...lewd posts, Walking Dead references ...it is pretty entertaining tho

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    1. Thanks. We do our best to keep the bar as low as possible. Hence the non-moderated comments, like the one above.

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    2. <3<3>3 u Fr.D keep it coming uncensored and in filtered

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    3. Fr. D is the shit

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  9. Laughter really is the best medicine. Thank you for your blog, Juan. It's a joy to laugh at these people and their scene especially since I was once "on the inside" somewhat.
    Any theories on why these MadTrads pretty much all suffer from some form of sexual anxiety?
    Another thing (sorry to go on) but what passes for erudition in those circles is embarrassing but you just can't convince them otherwise. Years later, I now realize how small a library this scene truly has.

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  10. Mother Johanna Mary Honeywhiskers of the Irritating Nasal Hair utters another miffed nostrum from a musty Oxford boarding house wherein he rants about the perceived restricted movement imposed on Card Sarah, the new Prefect of the CDW:


    24 November 2014

    CDW

    "Perhaps someone could explain what the subtext is in the appointments to the CDW. Two erudite Secretaries were sent packing, and a new Secretary, said to be Bugninistior vel etiam Marinior, was appointed, before the appointment of Cardinal Sarah as Prefect. In the World, you might have thought that the new Departmental Manager would have been appointed first, and then his views taken into account in the appointment of his subordinates.

    I know that the position of Cardinal Prefect is technically a promotion, but I wonder if, just conceivably, the Holy Father does not necessarily see it as much of a promotion in this case. This Pope is not someone fascinated by 'Liturgy as a subject'. Readers with Anglican Previous will remember the (true) story about 'Gloomy' Dean Inge, of S Paul's, who, being asked at a dinner party whether he was interested in Liturgy, replied "No, neither do I collect postage stamps". Has Cardinal Sarah, in effect, been put in a position where he can do neither harm nor good, and where his Secretary, who has been there just long enough to get his feet under the table, sets the tone?"

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  11. That's a really good performance by the Irish Tenors!

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  12. I was just reading this article on Ferguson: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/ferguson-wasnt-black-rage-against-copsit-was-white-rage-against-progress/2014/08/29/3055e3f4-2d75-11e4-bb9b-997ae96fad33_story.html

    You know what strikes me? This is EXACTLY what is going on with the neotrads. Cloaked in the language of chivalry, tradition, nobility, but actually utterly corrupt, the neotrad movement is *exactly* about privileged rage - boys trying to claw back the status quo, privilege, and status they imagine they're entitled to. It's also manifested as the Tea Party and so many other ways. Just wow - so well articulated.

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    1. Contemporary accountability and transparency are taking many of these old orders to task. None of them will admit changing times and fade quietly.

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    2. But if you watch the little video advertising their calendar you will notice that on days of fast, they put a picture of a *different* fish for each day. I am pretty sure that was the detail that impressed them the most.

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    3. Ahh...meant to be posting about the calendar....

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    4. Fresh from her 26th post partum recovery, Long Skirts-the-Shrill-and-Abysmal-Poet, in a rictus of lay self-loathing, heralds the ascendancy of the militant young clergy of the Antiquarian type:

      Long-SkirtsNovember 26, 2014 at 12:09 PM

      Archbishop Lackner said:

      "The Future of the Church" will include fewer priests, but that "the laity can take on important and responsible positions in the Church." These tasks should not belittle you, Lackner said. "We have forgotten that Jesus was a layman."

      CELIBATE
      STEEL


      Take our churches
      Take our pews
      Orthodox prelates
      Shun, refuse.

      Take our schools
      Take our kneelers
      Fill your space with
      P. C. feelers.

      Shove Tabernacles
      In a room
      So bride can play
      Without her Groom.

      Some will run
      Some will hide
      Some defend,
      “Flow with the tide.”

      But like the Saints,
      Many laity, before -
      Joan, Athanasius,
      Thomas More,

      You can burn our books
      Cast off to waste lands
      Cut off His Crowned Head
      Plop Him into our hands,

      Confuse the weak,
      “They’re men of smells, bells,
      Not in full-communion”
      Their lie impels

      These, real men -
      In the state of grace -
      You’ve tried to shred
      But they are steel lace -

      “I am the Good Shepherd”
      Laced-lambs to Him kneel
      And they breed the True Faith -
      They…are…celibate-steel!

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