Friday, April 1, 2016

THEIR VIEW FOR A WHILE: Suffer the Little Children...



Suffer the little children that come unto me.
Or something like that.


I don’t think it is an actual law of physics that two objects can’t occupy the same space at the same time, but rather a law of frequent airline travel. I am, however, being asked to defy this law and occupy the same space as the bulkhead and the arms of the seat.
Is it Newton’s 3rd Law of the Leges Motus that says that when one body (e.g. mine) exerts a force on another, second body (e.g. the bulkhead, etc), the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body?  I think Newton underestimated the second body in the case of frequent flying.

Miracles do happen morsels. Every time Father D can pry his ample arse into an airplane seat is proof positive.  Now if the little  bastards children around me would just shut up!

What's your view?





88 comments:

  1. Don't fly, rent a van (an Escalade if you are working the EF scam). Leave photocopies of your Celebret in the back of all the Churches you visit. Eat at Truck Stops only and not in Rectories. If invited, just say, no, I's a monsignor. And be sure to carry a Shirley Maclain stethoscope.

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    1. Forgive me for being a bit daffy. Maybe I missed something. What is Shirley Maclain stethoscope?

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    3. Thanks for asking. It is a "special" New Age stethoscope that would hear a heartbeat and verify life in one's reincarnation. Extremely helpful if one is anointed after mere clinical death. Crystal are blase.

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    5. Interesting. The Zed Head logo is not a caricature at all, it is a photo of the first anointing after using a Shirley Maclain scope.

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    6. Comments removed and I missed them. Drat the luck.

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  2. To INTENTIONALLY get into a plane to get high is morally precarious for one's self and the scandal it will cause to other's especially lapsed Catholics. If one positively must travel overseas to the E.U., do not stop in Amsterdam and evangelize various hash houses run by priests without celebrets. One trick a monsignor with smokeable piping wrote about in Laundry Digest was when you travel by plane, always and at all times wear a black bell bottom maniple that is at least 15 inches at the bell with a 6 inch orange black light fringe hanging from the bell for the trip.

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  3. Note: Major lawsuit by the parents who sued a priest because their child SUPPOSEDLY, repeat SUPPOSEDLY, swallowed one of those 6 inch petrochemical buttons on the priest's rabat that fell off while the plane was in flight.

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    1. Petrochemical Buttons--Novus Ordo.

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    2. I think EF buttons were made of Bakelite the same material they used to make distributor caps of in automobiles. Discovered in 1907 by Leo Bakelite in New York, that was a good 10 years before the 1917 code.

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    3. Man, oh Man! With an 84 ft 3 1/4 inch petrochemical Cappa Magna, the Yanks are going to have to send more young boys over to Iraq to get some oil.

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    4. Don't you worry. Tridentine Mass Society in Madison will not send ONE chaplain to Iraq. "Hell not we won't go." We only want't other (chumps) to sign up. That EF shit is for Blogs only.

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  4. Clip, clop, clip, clop. In the 'Brick by brick' section of Lacy Boy's latest piece of vacuity, it's the canonical Neddy again:

    Dr. Edward Peters says:
    2 April 2016 at 3:38 PM

    "There are some really, really interesting things going on in Marquette."

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    1. He never donates to the Baraga canonization fund in Marquette--I don't think he is really, really a doctor, internet title solely.
      Rev. Dr. Edwardo Peterovinci M.D.(Oxan) Ph.D.(Cant) Th.D. (Peterovinci U.)

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    2. Neither does Zed give anything, according to the link on the Marquette homepage. He wants other people to give so he can have an "in" with Doerfler and Zed admirers will be conned into thinking Doerfler is giving him secret into on how to negotiate academic hurdles. (Ha, ha the fix isn't in)

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    3. Sample with his mining background knew he was being conned by Zed; all "miles of smiles," and no cash in the Baraga fund. "Let the unwashed miners give more, I need funds to "visit" (eat, drink and be fairy) one of "MY" fervent ordinands".

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    4. Zed a (somehow) priest and has preference for a (at least 2) seat(s) in Marquette Cathedral. (second order priest card beats all). Let the miners sit at my feet. (Note: No reference here to Las Vegas faculities or gambling).

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    5. Jim had once again called the Z hubris, dross and dissemblance weeks ago:

      frjim4321 says:

      28 January 2016 at 9:17 PM

      "Last one out, turn off the lights."

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  5. After meeting Zzz Sample thought of changing his motto to: Num Quam Suade Meus Vana"........Sample is sort of a skinny dude to begin with.

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  6. Zed won't enlist for even one term. As usual he promotes it for others. Even if he is an Italian citizen that should prove no problem, he would get first choice after his service for US citizenship. Plus after a tour he will drive less and walk more. How far is Madison from Marquette--a great hike with banners and flags and Cappa Magna's all made of Cotton from Louisiana. Even the miners join the parade. Dr. Peters on hand for any medical aid during the procession to Marquette.

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    1. It will be Pre-Vatican II all over again. Boom boxes blaring (My Cappa Magna is) "Blowing in the Wind." Ordinands fromGeneration X ers singing, "I can't get no Minor Orders."
      Generation Y 's singing "With or without you(r) biretta." and Generation Z's merely lip singing "Promised Land."

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    2. TIdewater 4- 1009 is Doefler's cell phone #.

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    3. Fr. D can you post "Nel blu dipinto di blu," to make Z either feel homesick and go back to Italy or become a US citizen and live in Marquette. You haven't blasted any jams lately.

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    4. "I enlisted in the army on my birthday, they take the white trash first around here anyway." Copperhead Road.
      Zzz is using EF (and/or priesthood) to advance his social status, typical pre-Vatican II mentality--free food, free clothes, free con that I have an education, free ticket out of the ghetto. Still feels inferior as a Roman Catholic, going to lead us all to the Promised Land. Sing it Zed!!!

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  7. Lacy Boy is definitely on a race to the bottom or maybe has his head up his own: He's still passing bricks in Marquette; he's headed for a third consecutive $2K shortfall on the bucks for trinkets, incantations and appalling Latin scheme; he's reposting the same week old turgid gear that would kill a brown dog; he's still bleating out the same worn deeply 'personal' and pressing petition (aka incardination in Madison with sine-cure status @ $20K per month) while those who subsidise him out of their scant resources pray for relatives dying of cancer; he was totally blindsided over the Holy Thursday female foot washing survey, even for the TLM; and if that's not bad enough, he's running out of things to be outraged over such as nuns on busses and the plight of the Roman Curia.
    It's the inevitable drying up of funds which will get the better of him and that, I think, is what's happening now.

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    1. Has Zildo's monthly Cash-O-Meter always been set at a $6000 goal? $72,000 a year?
      And with the new HAM radio list of toys, he now has FOUR Amazon wishlists.
      Do you think he's allowed to advertise his blog in the parish where he assists?
      If he were incardinated(sic?), would that be the end of his Cash-O-Meter, Amazon wishlists, and My View For a Whiles?
      If yes, then why would incardination be his pressing personal petition?

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    2. Bulgarian Intelligence services might be maniputlating the surveys at this point--there might be a purge going on. We should see the surveys going up and down for awhile, until they find the Novus Ordo mole in the organization.

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    3. Right. Be careful of that incantation crap. Exorcists say 20% of folks dabbling in the occult have picked up some kind of dark force. If you are having difficulties DO NOT contact a bullshit priest--it will only make things worse.

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    4. Zzz is barfing about "faculties" again, still can't grasp the difference between them an incardination. Ah, yes incardination will make me a cardinal. I heard he feels ill everytime he goes into a joint and someone is singing, "the hometown looks different as I step off the train."

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  8. The parsonic Gin and Tonic, sublime dullard and poseur extraordinaire on his breathless wait for Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation:

    "Personally, I just can't wait to read it. I would be most aw'fly grateful if some kind reader could keep watch and let me know when the official Latin text is 'released'."

    Posted by Fr John Hunwicke at 10:55

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    1. Casting the net over the whole internet. Best part of grooming is see who's on the line. Will you talk to me in your speaking voice when we meet. "let me know when the Latin text is 'released.'" Doesn't he have any white Ph.d friends?

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  9. Zed is complaining now about how Sample and Doefler won't use their influence to get him contacts with the Wisconsin Synod. Giving his best middle management high school hall monitor bulletin board scam. Ok, Zed, were sorry, you can go for a degree in canon law, but you will have to matriculate without any connections, like the rest of us. We thought since Luther only burned canon law books because it gets cold up in Minnesota, we could do the same with our birettas. Although the FOUR ears were problematic when attempting to place them into the pot bellied stove too near the OUTHOUSE. Federal agents made an unannounced raid pretending to be looking for a still, luckily the toilet tissue was secured to the wall with a PINK ITALIAN cincture. Once they realized we were on there side, we all went to the dairy queen and flash on the local teenagers. Amen.

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  10. Someone mentioned hanging toilet tissue in an OUTHOUSE by a PINK ITALAIAN made cincture. After burning their FOUR eared biretta in a stove, to mimic Luther who burned canon law to keep warm in Minnesota (parallel to Marquette diocese?). You, idiots! All members of the Non Italian Madison Tridentine Society, know that the toilet tissue hanger you care to degrade is called the color Rose. Repeat Rose. No, doubt being Francis folk, you might remember the song "Cracklin Rose" by Neil Diamond. Which by the way we don't allow our youth(s) to sing at our annual Wisconsin Synod Youth Corps Camp. We do allow though campfire songs such as Plastic Jesus WITHOUT guitars because of the connection our Rev. Father(s) had with Strother Martin, of fond memory. We are presently looking for Hall Monitors for our one room school house supplied only with a small pot bellied stove that is too small to burn FOUR eared biretas in an emergency, to keep the place warm and for warming sandwiches that were frozen during the time of Pius XII. We bought the house from some Old Order Amish, to converted to Eastern Orthodoxy after seeing the movie Cool Hand Luke. It gives us the ambiance we desire when we speak of persons like yourselves who have no appreciation for the non-Italian Madison Tridentine Wisconsin Synod.
    By the way, the 3rd cousin on my mother's side, once removed is a priest.

    Rev. Dr. Edwardo PFC,
    2nd Vice President Non Italian Madison Tridentine Society, Milan, Illinois Branch.

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    1. The reason the Plastic Jesus' glowed (IRRADencence)in the dark was because they were painted with a radioactive substance.
      You heard it first on WDF.

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  11. His last view for awhile is hilarious with the Rome snapchat. Sarah told Pope Francis that he could do something to stop the horrific liturgical abuses I'm the Church today. Francis then patted him on the head and went back to worrying about war and poverty and the like.

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  12. More mutual brown nosing from Mr Ed and Wilbur the Dullard:

    Dr. Edward Peters says:
    5 April 2016 at 2:00 PM

    "Half the problems in theology today are rooted in bad philosophy; half of the problems in philosophy today are rooted in bad logic.

    ps: Acton Institute."

    Wilbur, in screaming red, replies: [And the third half is from irreverent liturgical worship.]

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    1. First Meeting Type Youth Director of Latent Farce Blog; has added a few choice cheers to reproduce the enthusiasm of a JP II rally. After hearing such ditties they will no longer be subject to worldly authority--at least when they meet in private residences. Here they are:
      1. Priker Praker Firecracker Ziz Boom Ba, EF, EF, Rah Rah Rah.
      2. They go that stole, so let's take it away, (Clap, Clap Clap) they got that stole so let's take it away.
      3. Happy Face, Happy Face, Rah, Rah, Rah. Happy Face Happy Face, Blah, Blah, Blah.

      Non Professional Counseling and introductions to religious cons will be provided for all, as long as you behave and be nice and attempt to reproduce 18th century French (not Pius X) translated into English Spiritual Classics. (Those without mildew can show them to the other campers who have asthma during show and smell.)

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    2. Half the problems in philosophy are rooted in bad blogs. Half the bad blogs are by priests.
      In screaming Red: It's only what a priest intends that counts!

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    3. More cyber-shouting red by the Lard. Get a load of the Dullard’s own ironical foot-in-mouth triumph on April 4:

      "[Dumb priests can do a lot of harm. Do pray for him and try not to be overly upset when he says idiotic things. He probably can’t help it.]"

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    4. What was their intention of NOT donating to the Baraga canonization fund? Bad philosophy or bad blogs, or non-professional counseling to the camp fire girls.

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    5. On the 4th.Back Door Anointing the Dead Dept. 1.)Promoting Non Union, Anti Miner, OSHA text on Seneca. Seneca says, "the best way to go is to slash your wrists in a warm bath."
      Smoke Screen Dept. " Down in Louisiana where the alligators grow so mean." Must have seen posters down there (not black light) on David Duke, then a piece on Dominicans mistaken for Klan. Does Zed think his blog is read by Protestant Republicans?

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    6. Dominicans whose faculties have been revoked in the diocese of Marquette generally read his blog.

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    7. Archbishop Sample and Bishop Doerfler are mailed (at least 15)hard copies of each question and response in case someone has checked the unsubscribe by mistake. According to Canon 1045, if a mediocre blog by a priest is accepted in a diocese for at least 3 years that priest can be considered incardinated into that diocese.

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    8. Hello Johnny, this is FATHER Zed, I was wondering why you haven't been returning my calls, your new caller ID must be on the blitz. Just to let you know another case of my world famous Q & A's will be arriving soon. Maybe we can meet for a chat it's been 3 years now.

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  13. Baraga is out--take that brick back. Doerfler takes his 3 bricks back, Sample 8--hole in the wall.

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  14. Whelp. The fundamentalists like Zed are all happy because Pope Francis is apparently going to continue to deny remarried people Communion. And tell them to be in Communion with the poors while being treated like garbage and excommunicated in the Catholic Church. I will be taking my money to be in Communion with the poors to non-Catholic organizations now; I am really tired of pretending that Pope Francis is a liberal rather than a far right conservative.

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    1. Zed and what you call the fundamentalists never had a relationship that wasn't a power trip. Why do you think he is always talking about travel and food, it's the fundamentalist answer to sex--along the lines of I don't get laid so I will wear these silky things. (Or Freudian Anal) Also Zed is from Italy, so we are not sure if he has had any psychological testing. Don't pretend, that is also an alternative to human relationships.

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    2. Zed wanted to be famous, he got his wish. Francis wrote about him and his like in "the Joy of Love." "...the closed heart of one used to hiding behind the Church's teachings." Hope Aristophanes has a comment on that.

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    3. Lacy Boy was turfed out of two Stateside seminaries for reasons obviously known only to a few including him.
      I would not be surprised in the least that he bombed out on psychological testing, particularly in areas such as authority and levels of psychosexual maturity. Given the low grade theological nonsense he trots out, I would hazard a guess that he didn't register high on the academic Richter scale.
      I think he's actually a monumental dunce but with all the low grade cunning of a sewer rat.

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    4. Can't wait until the document on irregular ordinations take place. It will be buried deeper than the Marquette scam.

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  15. J.A. Dick in his March 18 blog, Roman Catholic Church writes on authoritarianism and the authoritarian mind. The description fits Lacy Boy and his supine disciples to a tee:

    "Authoritarian followers are highly submissive to authoritarian leaders and aggressively insist that everyone should behave as dictated by the authority. They are fearful about a changing world and a changing society which they neither understand nor want to understand. They would rather turn the clock back to some imagined golden era.

    Easily incited, easily led, and reluctant to think for themselves, authoritarian followers don’t question. They obey. They are attracted to and follow strong leaders, who, in often theatrical style, appeal to their feelings of fear and anxiety. And they respond aggressively toward “outsiders.” Blind faith is substituted for critical reason. The unknown and the different become the enemy.

    What authoritarian leaders want to implement is undemocratic, tyrannical, and often brutal. Authoritarianism becomes even more sinister, when authoritarian leaders begin to proclaim their message in the name of Christianity. Then, in reality, it becomes an anti-Christian social cancer starting to metastasize across the country. Blurred vision and bizarre rhetoric are the result."

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    1. I'm surprised that Zippity hasn't gushed an explosive bout of diarrhea of the mouth at the Pope's invitation of Senator Sanders.

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  16. The right wing is freaking out over the Pope's Apostolic Exhortation. In the words of Rorate, "With tears, I must say that Holy Mother Church has reproved and even condemned some of her popes for this sort of thing." Yeah right...with tears.

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  17. And who is Holy Mother Church? monomaniac Eurocentrics? (and 8th son eccentrics, Fuerbachian Caucasians, Rococo pseudo-tarot card players?)

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  18. The problem is that the Rorate people need to review their Aristotelian logic. The word Roman does not exhaust the definiendum Catholic.

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  19. "Tracks of my Tears." Never met one that played that song in their car.

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  20. Z has a new banner. It looks like paper money with his picture in the center. It is pretty creepy.

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    1. Weird, just checked again ....sometimes the old banner comes up, sometimes the new one.

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    2. And the constant are the narcissism and the donate button.

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    3. I marvel how he manipulates the "Donate" meter.
      If you will notice, the amount jumps dramatically when he knows something potentially controversial is in the news.
      He knows that the clicks will go up. Makes it look as if more people are donating than really are.
      I will give him this: He is as clever as "old Scratch" himself.

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    4. Seems its a changing banner. So high tech!
      But I guess if all I had to do was play with the blog all day, I would have bitchin set up here too.

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  21. But like there is a bit of truth mixed in, in his comment Zed notes (In Red),talking about IRREGULAR this, IRREGUALR that, on and on: Zed say in one comment "irregular situations without clarifying who they may be." (Yes, he does see!!!) He wants to be found! Teenage Angst? It's like viewing the irregular.com home page. If his anxiety it is beyond the faculties of the Penitential Vicars, it must be occult. Like say: Would the stipends have to be returned, if they are already spent? Las Vegas theology would say, "don't worry," it's the intention that counts--sounds like the the reason for the blog itself and Zed's never ending fight against himself.

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  22. Now if Sedaka wrote it..............

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  23. The combat rosary, non veteran, 4th degree sword in the sanctuary cold warrior priest, sends Zed a non-photoshopped video of F.J. Sheen. Could Zed be counseling him to enlist. I doubt it, those rah, rah, homilies(What Latent Farce connections?) are for the fair-play, old-time hockey guys who might have lost the military mentality in the 1960's, but fondly remember hearing about WWII as boys. Unless they will pop for cash to send one of the married boys to C.U. for an S.T.L--no right to and education for laity in the 1917 Code........Who said Basketball coaches and bus drivers?

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  24. Announcing the Grand Opening of my Roman Catholic Bus Drivers Blog. Our Motto: Man, can you imagine the shit on the Midnight to 8 shift.

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  25. Zed is redlining Peters. Peters got his degree before CU changed the rules and required a degree in theology, before Canon Law--Huh? (What has theology have to do with anything?) His blog says he was a referee at the Vatican--well at least he wasn't a bus driver.

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  26. Zed said Peters is had problems with "pastoral theology," No wonder if he didn't have a degree in theology. (In Red) By the way can Peters get us seasons tickets?

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    1. Mr Ed is theologically illiterate. That's a sound reason why the Arch Dullard Burke hired him for the Canonical fine print fetish department at the Signatura. No wonder Lacy Boy does the brown nose on him all the time.
      And it's no wonder those clowns are all in uproar, clutching the pearls and pouting now that Francis has introduced them to an area outside their previous experience, the Gospel.

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    2. It's scary. They don't do theology. The top of the heap just have photographic memories and can quote chapter and verse of Aristotle or any pagan author--in the Greek and not the Latin of Aquinas.(Ugh, how did it get into Latin?--they haven't read anything on that just yet.) Just like mom (a priests' best friend) always said "stay in the yard."

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  27. These comments seem a bit biased. Either they have minimal education, no theological training, drive a bus or referee sports games. If that is the case why wouldn't they visit mom, cookies and comforting conversation--(In Red) not like this blog. What do you think they are old time hockey from Marquette. In Rose: (Not the lay run Jesuit front!)

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    1. Marquette University in Milwaukee,and, Diocese of Marquette in Marquette, Michigan.

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  28. Zed is feeling the pressure. He has had another meeting with non-veteran, sword of the spirit 1970's Pentecostal rehash buddy in Madison. Zed feels someone should enlist as a military chaplain, so the Knights of Columbus won't think their ilk are chickenshit. Zed is planning to stay back in Madison and send cases of hard copy of his blog to the troops if he can take credit if Heilman will enlist. Bets are they will use the my bishop won't let me go.

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  29. ....yea, the critique of Amoris is very Wisconsin Synod Evangelical old time hockey in style and content.

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  30. Mr. Zuhlsdorf... Consecrated Widowhood? You are truly sick indeed. Too bad your mother wasn't granted the gift of a miscarriage you asshole.

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    1. Well, yes, yes. Diocesan priests are supposed to promote religious vocations. Since no real congregation or Order wants anything to do with Zed, he is promoting a non existing one.

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    2. Of all the dioceses he stops in for a snack to see if they might be in need of priests with his select talents, he doesn't seem stop for lunch and theological dialogue at many, if any, religious houses. Some do take persons over 50.

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    3. A Visit-O-Meter.

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  31. That pompous professor Peter is now pontificating about protecting the sacrament. Why do such people treat Christ as a wimp? They place his reserved sacramental body in gold plated ciboria covered in salacious silk.

    I just don't understand such nonsense. Yet the same folks castigate Pope Francis who wishes to make the gifts of God available to all the people of God.

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  32. The Lard Ass has finally ventured beyond the trademark passive aggressive hatred for Pope Francis into open hated and rage.
    Having been belted from pillar to post with consecutive reversals in his relentless negative runs against the Synods, the Women's religious, nuns of busses, Cupich getting the Chicago job, etc,etc, I think he has just about hit the tipping point.
    It's a race to the bottom now, accompanied by the imaginary 'priest friend', the pay-as-you-are-swindled disciples and Mr Ed the neighing Canonist.

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    1. Father Zipper has the moderation queue on for this one. Why can't a real Catholic leader simply "bin" this miscreant?

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    2. Saw on Zed's banner' "We must resist." Now he's even stealing lines from the old movie Woodstock, which has the announcement somewhere--"Good evening friends of the draft resistance movement. We are unlike any other movements and revolutions in this country in that we have no enemies." Wow, that's even before the the 70's Pentecostals, even before Disco!

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    3. I might see why he doesn't like Cupich. Cupich lives in a suite of rooms at the Cathedral instead of the Gold Coast mansion--there is talk he even might sell it. Zed thought he did that on purpose so he can't tell if he is at home for the visiting priest scam and incardination discussions. The Cathedral neighborhood is too tough for Zed, it is definitely a non-clerical, non 70's neighborhood.

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  33. And more self-serving babbling bullshit from the man with the biggest shovel of all:


    'Beaten down. Demoralized. Confused. Frustrated. Let us now get up off the ground.'

    Posted on 12 April 2016 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

    "I’ve had a tough few days. [He probably means the $200 single malt Scotch sent to him by a grateful 'priest friend'] How ’bout you?

    Conversations with friends and priests suggest that the Devil is working really hard right now to demoralize the Team. [See what Lacy Boy is doing here: 'Team'?]

    And there is Amoris laetitia with its Infamous Footnote 351 (et al.) and the fallout which is on going. So many people are frustrated, confused, beaten down."

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  34. They are shutting down the power at Zzzzzz's place for four days so he has to go to NYC for R&R. What a horrible life he has! That phony bastard has no more need of R&R than Vatican Square needs another cobblestone.

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    1. He won't have nothing to read. We should post some of his year old blog on this site and sure enough will will read about them again when Zzzz Blog is up and running and limping along. Also a few in Google translate Italian will give it an International flavor, but, on the other hand will will get more junk on how great Italian Cardinals are.

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