Thursday, March 26, 2015

URGENT: ZUHLSDORF, RORATE, HUNWICKE FEATURE BREAKING NEWS FROM ROME!


In a stunning exclusive, before any other Catholic or secular news service had the story, the famed Traditionalist Catholic bloggers







simultaneously broke the heartwarming and uplifting news:

Pope Francis greeted 150 homeless in the Sistine Chapel Thursday, telling them "this is your house". Francis shook hands with those he met and told them: "Welcome. This is the house of all, it is your house. The doors are always open for all". The pope thanked Papal Almoner Polish-born Archbishop Konrad Krajewski for setting up the visit, which he described as a "small caress" for the guests. Francis added: "Pray for me. I need the prayers of people like you". The pontiff went on to bless the homeless, saying "May the Lord keep you, help you along life's path and let you feel the tender love of the Father". Francis then said goodbye to all the street people individually, spending another 20 minutes with his guests, according to the deputy head of the Vatican press office, Father Ciro Benedettini. The homeless had entered the Vatican via St Peter's Gate and got to the Vatican Museums by skirting the apse of St Peter's Basilica. After the meeting with the pope and the visit to the Sistine Chapel they headed off at about 18:00 to the refreshment centre inside the museums. After dining they will leave the museums by the same route they took to get in. The visit, quickly blessed by the pope when Archbishop Krajewski put it to him recently, is the latest papal effort for Rome's poor and homeless, many of whom sleep rough around the Vatican. Francis recently had special showers for the homeless installed in Bernini's famous colonnade. Before that he laid on a barber's service for street people to get their hair cut and have a wash and brush-up. So far there are no Vatican-released photos of the encounter, because the Pope requested that the official Vatican photographers not record the event out of respect for the privacy of the participants. 

All three bloggers, who have occasionally been respectively critical of Pope Francis in the past (out of a sincere love for the Church), concluded by lavishing praise on Pope Francis for again setting a wonderful example for the whole Church on how to live The Joy of the Gospel, Pope Francis' acclaimed Apostolic Exhortation, for which each blog has offered enthusiastic support, provided ready links, and sponsored extensive and helpful commentary



JUST KIDDING!

THEY STILL

REALLY

REALLY

REALLY

HATE

POPE FRANCIS!


April Fools!!!!!!!!!*


*according to the traditional Ordo, feast transferred this year because of Holy Week

14 comments:

  1. D, April fool is a day... You're making it a season.

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    1. No... just a feast with an Octave.

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    2. Was there also a Vigil of the Feast?

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    3. Not just a Vigil, preceded by a Privileged Novena and a Sacred Foolish Triduum

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  2. The blogs you cite are UNFAILINGLY negative, nasty, bitchy. Why do they even stay in a Church they so manifestly despise?

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    1. Isn't this blog negative, nasty and bitchy toward those deemed to be "Krazy Konverts", whom Jesus died for just as much as the blog owners' hero Francis?

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  3. they still really really really hate Pope Francis! and this blog still gets really really really Hard over Pope Francis!

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    1. GO TO CONFESSION.

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    2. I think if liberal Catholics gushed about Jesus Christ the way they do over Pope Francis, we Catholics could change the world for the better.

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    3. Here's a feature on a liberal Catholic doing just this, fighting to make the world a better place:

      http://aattp.org/watch-conspiracy-nut-dinesh-dsouza-get-owned-by-a-nun-in-minimum-wage-debate-video/

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  4. And the grasping, crass greed continues. This bastard has no moral compass whatsoever:

    "I had posted this back on 3 December and 13 February (which had been “lean” days) and there was a great response. Let’s give it another try.

    I am always grateful when donations come in, either ad hoc (one offs) or on a regular, monthly basis through the subscription option (at the bottom of the blog). I keep track of everyone’s name and remember them in my prayers and in intentions for Holy Mass. It is important that we remember our benefactors in prayer.

    That said, some days of the month have quite a few regular subscribers signed up and other days very few. Today, the 27th of the month, is one of those days! (There are others, too, believe me.)

    There are only two (2) people subscribed for today, the 27th of the month.

    If you are using the blog regularly, please consider subscribing today to send a monthly donation. That way I have steady income I can plan on, and you wind up regularly on my list of benefactors for whom I pray and for whom I periodically say Holy Mass.



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    1. Some options
      Bottom : $5.00 USD
      Top : $300.00 USD

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    2. How much for a spit roast?

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    3. Whatever about the sybarite Lard's general shameless self-indulgence, in true red light district style, he at least names his prices!

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