Tuesday, November 24, 2015

FROM FRAUD-inariate to ODD-inariate

From this ex-Episcopalian

usually dressed like this

and replaced in the Episcopalians by an ex-Roman Catholic who usually dresses like this

to this new head of ex-Episcopalians, a Roman Catholic Hispanic sometimes seen at the Pontifical North American Dance Academy but not ever an Episcopalian

who made Somebody laugh at the new Ordinariate Missal

and got his job in Rome's CDF at age 16, the year after he was confirmed by poor Cardinal Levada, MA, STD, JCD, DD, DUI

From Me and Mine
to You and Yours
and Them and Theirs


35 comments:

  1. Perhaps the Ordinary Newton will have the same experience soon, as well?

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  2. I really don't know what caused Francis to change tack with this crowd of raging eccentrics. They are a laughing stock in the Catholic Church or perhaps, like Brass Ass and his ilk, just a parenthesis.

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  3. Lopsided smile. Dead giveaway.

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  4. Francis has more important things to worry about than this group of fake Anglicans. Levada's boy toy will now submit them to the lash of Roman discipline. Actually a prospect not unwelcomed to certain, ah, eccentrics.

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  5. Gramps Levada doesn't look quite healthy enough for "activity" as some ads suggest.... Is this the reason for his houseboy being promoted?

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    1. Former eye candie boy toy Dearie. He wasn't with him on his recent Hawaiian booze and boyz bash was he was arrested for DUI near the islands seedy saucy adult book store with viewing booths, the only attraction open that time of night in the neighborhood His Eminence was, um, cruising through.
      So maybe not promoted so much as adopted by a new Curial Uncle to assist his cause.

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    2. Shit, this guy is on the doorstep of 80 years of age caught drunk driving around a strokeApalooza in the wee hours of the morning.... I don't know whether to recoil in disgust or hope to be as healthy as this guy in 20 years....

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  6. It's patently obvious now that Gin & Tonic's contempt for Francis has now become so intense that he is finally declaring his hairy paw that he never has been, never intended to be and never will be - a Catholic.

    Ordinariate Use (6)
    Mgr Lopes has just spoken of the "Ordinariates, born from the rich Patrimony of English Catholicism". I think many of us will thank him for the understanding way he speaks unambiguously of our background as "English Catholicism". No hesitant or disdainful circumlocutions! I imagine his studies in the tradition of the English Missal have enabled him to understand this.

    The Mass of OL of Walsingham, quintessentially the product of "English Catholicism" (Fr Henry Joy Fynes Clinton being the chief midwife) will, I hope, be much used within our Ordinariates. As well as serving for September 24, it can of course be used as a Votive when not impeded by the rubrics. In the Ordinariate Missal, votives are lawful, at public Masses and pastorally for the good of the people, on weekdays and even on compulsory memorials in Advent. So you could use this superb Mass for the edification of your people and in order to foster their sense of Ordinariate identity quite often ... even during the first eighteen days of Advent."

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    1. Wait... So what this ginpickled souse is saying is that the Catholic as in Universal CHURCH is subject to his whims as to what liturgy and observance should be. What a complete asshole.

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  7. Herbert Cardinal Vaughn would have differed from the Rev'd Mother's most recent pronouncement. His mother even more so; in that she once declared that she rather be dead than see any of her children join the Church Of England.

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  8. Ya know, you can always take it from Janet that this weird little development with the former Protestants is just too funny.

    Here I am, in the kitchen, black coffee, parliaments and a freaking turkey. I was just staring at it and it occurred to me that there a LOTS of turkeys being stuffed this morning across our fair metropolis. Of course, those named above, especially the one with the red hat described as part of a gay couple who like to go the opera....we stuffed a LONG time ago.

    So, from fair PVD (where the local ordinary is presently being stuffed by the congregation on bishops in the shadow of the North American Dance Academy) where there is always time for another drag (no, not the emeritus, emeritus) on a parliament before heading for the oven.....a blessed Thanksgiving from we and ours to all of yours....and my boyfriend blows a wet kiss!

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    1. MORE JANET, PLEASE!

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    2. Yes yes yes, do tell.
      I'm sure Tabitha wasn't summoned for the purpose of addressing the recent "leave of absence" of the Sword Wielding Presbyter Contra Mundum but I've heard whispers that morale is so low many of the guys are calling and writing out of genuine concern for the diocese. Even the informed laity with wallets usually open have begun to speak out. Will Tabitha face the same fate as the Emeritus Emeritus?

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  9. Janet! Preach, keep preaching the TRUTH!

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  10. The new "Ordinary" grew up in a parish staffed by a religious community and when asked why he did not join it rather than the diocese the response was the community "had too many Mexicans." Whether this is further qualification, especially given his lack of Anglican credentials (apart from collaborating on their new "Missal"), for his prancing about pretending to be oh so English, I will leave for others to decide. And by the way, what in the world was Francis thinking?

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    1. ........he is a chicano, would feel more at home in LA or even Chicago then Acapulco. On trips to G.B., he may play Santana CD's at formal gatherings, making contact with the Monty Python crowd who are a lot more fun--didn't know no one ever made a joke about the P.M. until the 1955.

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  11. Yeah, this is kind of a hoot. Hispanics are quite racist as they rank each other in "superiority". I'll tell you the truth from my "Anglo" perspective... this "English" wannabe couldn't pass muster with the real men true to call and vocation who are Mexican.

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  12. Did everyone witness the obnoxious amount of nasty Zed piled on the parents of a young woman who was publicly berated and denied Communion for participating in a Baptism type ritual at an Evangelical Christian summer camp? What an awful man he is (as if we did not already know this.)

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    1. Yes. I finally found the article in the screed Zuhlsdorf refers to as a blog. I believe that the good "Father" was channeling Dorothy Six while modeling plus size women's lacy underwear. The facts and circumstances sound like complete and utter BULLSHIT. It is beyond comprehension that if this situation happened and was a concern of the church that the priest would not have first contacted the person and family before publically humiliating the communicant.

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    2. ^^^^^^^ Meant to say Dorothy Dix.

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    3. You can't renounce Catholicism, you can only lapse. It leaves an indelible stain.

      "I wouldn't be a very spiritual man, right? I don't believe in God, right? Still Catholic. Because there's nothing you can do when you're Catholic. Once you've started Catholic, frankly, there's no real way to stop being Catholic. Even not believing in God isn't regarded as sufficient reason to get out of the Catholic church. You'd think it'd be fairly fundamental to the whole thing, but no. Catholicism: the stickiest, most adhesive religion in the world. There's no website you can de-register on online. You can't cut up your membership card in front of a priest and go, 'Feck ye, I'm out of here', and walk away. You could join the Taliban; you'd merely be regarded as a bad Catholic." - Dara O'Briain, "Live at the Apollo", July 6, 2005

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    4. Oh I know of priests including Zed himself who would definitely do it in public and enjoy it. How do we know that one of Zed's buddies or Zed himself was not the priest and he was relaying his own experience?

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    5. We know it wasn't Zed because Zed hasn't any pastoral experience.

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  13. Lacy Boy's busy right hand. Just goes to show again what a monumental Wanker he really is:

    "Meanwhile, since it has turned cold, I have needed to dig out my gloves. What did I find? I found in my glove place… 5 left hand gloves.

    How does this even happen?!?"

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  14. He's now kvetching about blue vestments. Sometime during my lifetime the liturgical color for the Advent season changed to blue. So frigging what Mr. Zuhlsdorf? A much worse thing happened in my day and time. It is that the Catholic Church started to ordain convert shitsticks like you.

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  15. And it is precisely the following which sends Lacy Boy the sybarite and entrepreneur in bad Latin and tacky religious trinkets. Francis has him worked out:

    "Fundamentalism is a sickness that is in all religions," said the pontiff. "We Catholics have some -- and not some, many -- who believe in the absolute truth and go ahead dirtying the other with calumny, with disinformation, and doing evil."
    "They do evil," said the pope. "I say this because it is my church."
    "We have to combat it," he said. "Religious fundamentalism is not religious, because it lacks God. It is idolatry, like the idolatry of money."

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    1. I think the Holy Father actually said "We Catholics have some, not some, many, who believe THEY HAVE the absolute truth" ((che credono di avere la verità assoluta). Mistranslating this lets the Krazies depict him as a wicked Relativist.

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    2. Exactly. I've now seen a correct translation, on NCR iirc, that is to say a widely available source. Let's see which version the krazies prefer.

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    3. Needless to say, Brass Ass doesn't refer to it at all. Francis does get in the regular bit about the idolatry of money and that is far too close to the bone for the avaricious sybarite and garbage guts.

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  16. Has Father D gone to that P-Town B&B in the sky? If so, please ask Zildo's right-hand gloves to pray for us.

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  17. I suspect that the good father needs a break from wretches like Fr. Z and Rev'd Mother who like the devil are constantly running about to devour the minds and goods of people.

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  18. Hmmmmm.... Another favorite blog of mine, "What Sister Never Knew and Father Never Told You," has also been on a long, unexplained, hiatus. Both bloggers surfaced briefly at about the same time -- November 24 and 22, respectively -- so I am growing rather suspicious that the authors might be one and the same. If true, one marvels at the "split" personality he/they represent, i.e. one serious and scholarly, and the other flippant and wickedly funny. Just saying....

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  19. No, sister told us that she had pressing matters to attend to, and would be suspending her blog for several weeks.

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  20. I never understood how Mike Vono could give up his job on the exciting Via Nazionale for the dust of New Mexico. Maybe he took a hit for the team, as they say.

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    1. Vono was RC once which I thought he left to take on a Mrs Vono but there doesn't seem to be any mention of one anywhere on the Rio Grande Diocese website. Is the former Mrs Vono now Ms Nono?

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