Thursday, January 29, 2015

AIN'T SO NEAT TO BE ELITE (SWEET!)

I'm pretty sure that gushing sound you hear this morning is a spittle flecked nutty and that popping - boom, BOOM, KA-BOOM are heads exploding like four-chain thuribles loaded with grenades over at RetRorate
deep in Mundy-(All Sodomy, All the Time)-bore's Man-Cave Closet
in the sacristy of Cunniwicke's Coven 
and of course from Cunniwicke's fellow Krazy Kleric and BFF, "the admirable Father Zed's" faldstool toadstool
(picture of where both he and Cunniwicke would REALLY like to be if they'd let Z keep his own debit card and Cunniwicke his wife and made-up liturgy).

See, here's what happened in Rome early this morning: Not only did Pope Francis - despite Fr Z's advice - celebrate the Novus Ordo (again), facing the people (again), using the regular Lectionary (again), he gave a homily (again).

A humdinger of a homily, actually, based on the first reading, "We should not stay away from our assembly, as is the custom of some, but encourage one another" (Hebrews 10:25).

Speaking of "some groups" in the Church, the Pope said:

“They scorn the others, they stay away from the community as a whole, they stay away from the people of God, they have privatized salvation: salvation is for me and my small group, but not for all the people of God.  And this is a very serious mistake.  It’s what we see and call: ‘the ecclesial elites.’  When these small groups are created within the community of God’s people, these people believe they are being good Christians and also are acting in good faith maybe, but they are small groups who have privatized salvation.”



Well, thank goodness that, as Cunniwicke (who, along with the rest of the above-mentioned elites, thought Benedict's every word was ex-cathedra, every retreaded antique vestment the way forward, and every emission of gas incense) has spent hours of his busy priestly ministry reminding us: Pope Francis' daily homilies are not anything magisterial!
Whew! Lucky for them!


Seriously, poor MundyBore had a very unpleasant near-sexual experience at his local pharmacy. The poor dear went looking for suppositories and someone stuck a vibrator in his face (or I think that's what he said. Here, if you're over 18 (and not in solemn vows), you go read it for yourself. so Fr. D is sending out this long-distance (thank God) dedication to him, because we're sure that, despite his gruff exterior and elite attitude, "she's gotta be somebody's baby"




Mundabor, Vibrator, Ewwwwww!

22 comments:

  1. If you're not on board with Pope Obama's Vatican-southside community organizing, you're damned (or at least forced to endure a stream of insults aimed at all of us fomentors of coprophagia!) Married priests is the solution to all the problems in the Western Church ... except when they're married, and have kids, because that means they're gay; meaning they subscribe to any opinion somewhat critical of Pope Guevara. Some priests like fancy vestments. BIG DEAL. Priests in World War II said Mass on jeeps just like Frank does in the streets.

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  2. 1105AM, you say above:. "us fomentors of coprophagia!".

    Are you telling us that you like the taste of and support the eating of shit? Your screed sounds more "tea party" in origin which usually means that you prefer sucking balls than eating shit.

    Please clarify yourself, are you a shiteater or a ballsucker?

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    1. Oh honey! Usually a ball sucker but for the right guy, you never know what i'll try.
      RL(C)B

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    2. Ohhhhh you elegant man-thing. Could we roll around in that big red silky thing you wear?

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  3. Poor Mundy. Mommy sends him on his once a week trip to pick up her Oxy prescription and he runs into a counter of dildoes. He is SHOCKED at the display. The smiling and helpful girl behind the counter asked if she could help him with anything. He staggers away, holding head in both hands as the girl asks, "does your mother need new batteries for hers?"

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    1. Images of South Park Ultravibe 2000

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  4. One can rest assured of one of three things the Brick-with-Eyes will do with Pope Francis' criticism of Elites: 1) He'll adopt a silent, passive aggressive stance just as he did with the positive report on the LCWR;

    2) He'll give it the cowardly back hander he normally does to impress his confected 'Hard Identity Catholicism;'

    3) He'll return to his major source of inspiration and authority, Joseph of Bavaria and have him, in his alter ego role as B XVI, provide an authentic interpretation of what the Argentinian Jesuit is attempting to say.

    Nothing personal. It's business and business is tough these days especially after blowing $14000 of 'Donation' on up scale travel, gourmet cuisine, top shelf booze and a generally pleasant time in Roma and environs!

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    1. Did y'all notice that the Zipper doesn't demean "stewardesses" any more?

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  5. Is there a difference between "elite" and "effete" and I guess I'm asking this mainly as someone interested in the effeminate ex-Anglicans in the Ordinariate.

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    1. Many effetes probably regard themselves as an elite. The anal retentive Brick would fit into that category, so too the Gin-Sling parson in Oxbridge but neither would admit to being effete.

      Some elitists are probably effete.

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    2. "Fr" D loves his vibrators ...expecialy big black ones ....have fun with that fake dicks "Fr" hell Iam sure Alter Boi has a small on lmfao

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    3. If 7:05's brain exploded, it wouldn't disturb the part in his hair.

      Another Rabies infected troll.

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    4. Sorry Anonymous 7:05. It is green. I call it the Big Green Monster.

      http://www.osmfan.com/cutemassager.html

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  6. Anglican Ordinariate liturgy is a "made up liturgy", but Bugini's council's cut-and-paste Novus Ordo somehow isn't?

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    1. Let's see: the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council issues the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, voted PLACET by all but a handful of bishops (among the PLACETS, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre), which Constitution is then promulgated by Pope Paul VI. The Consilium entrusted with carrying out its directives goes to work; the worldwide episcopate receives, endorses and makes further recommendations to the Holy See which carries these out by the mandate and with the confirmation of the Pope . . .

      After the vast majority of the incoming Ordinariate clergy have spent most of their Anglican ministry using the Roman Catholic Vatican II Missal and Divine Office, Ex-Anglican Bishop Andrew Burnham assembles his favorite bits and pieces from Cranmer, The English Missal, assorted books from the Society Ss Peter & Paul, Alcuin Club volumes, Dearmer and other Anglo-Catholic manuals into a hodgepodge Tridentine-High Church liturgy which is then trumpeted by his buddy Hunwicke who has used up more bandwidth than Wikipedia criticizing Vatican II's liturgy.

      No difference, right?

      Rich.

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    2. Both the Novus Ordo and the Ordinariate Mass enjoy ecclesiastical approval. So what the Ordinariate Mass wasn't put together in the afterglow of Vatican II? It's not like the Holy Spirit is no longer at work in the Church. If the Novus Ordo was made by a larger committee, well sometimes too many cooks is not always a good thing.

      I think the Church is big enough for Novus Ordo, Ordinariate, Tridentine, as well as all the Eastern rite Masses. As Catholics, we should be glad people want to join us and welcome them. I think it's funny liberals love to talk about how much the like diversity and tolerance but get a "spittle flecked nutty" that some Catholics like high church. Lighten up, it's not like clown Mass or liturgical dance or the many liturgical abuses that creep in the Novus Ordo, where how well it is celebrated depends on the priest saying it.

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    3. Yeah sure... I've seen some wretched attempts at TLM by mumbling wannabes. I forced myself to watch the Burke Viennese torture show...

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    4. Wait. Trads don't have clown masses? I assure you that they do. ^^^^^

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  7. They didn't stick the vibrator in Mundy's FACE. That is not his face. I know it can be difficult to distinguish those two parts of Mundy's body...

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  8. No hate here on this blog, no siree you can just feel all that Christian love!

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  9. Cunningwisker's Pallium envy and 'the Patrimony:'

    "In the Church of England, the Pallium is not, I suspect, currently much in use. But in the 1530s, legislation was passed under Henry 'Empire' Tudor to the effect that when one of the English Metropolitans died, the survivor was to consecrate and send the pallium to his successor. So it is definitely part of the Anglican Patrimony. I wonder if the Irish Parliament passed similar legislation?

    I think it would be very nice indeed, thoroughly jolly, if the senior of the Ordinaries of the three Ordinariates were to be sent a pallium. In fact, he could be called the Archordinary and given the jus to have a Primatial Cross carried before him. That is yet another part of the Patrimony. Patrimony is endless ... "


    So is the supply of Gin, subsidised by real Catholics!


    Posted by Fr John Hunwicke at 10:32

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    1. Yeah, Aristophanes.... you raise a great point. Zuhlsdorf is suckering individual donors while Cuntwikcer is sucking resources away from real Catholics.

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