Monday, August 15, 2016

HUH? Diocesan Newspaper Editor Needs New Glasses

From the Savannah Georgia Diocesan newspaper article about two new priests ordained in June.  To whom are they referring?


If you're having trouble read from top to bottom.




28 comments:

  1. I like the reminder, that reminds God that a priest is next in rank to a bishop.

    A-S-S-B-A-G, indeed!

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  2. "...and by the example of their manner in life, may they instill right conduct."

    What, no mention of death, judgment, and hell? Someone get a red pen and write 'but what about ex opere operato!?' in the margin!

    Clearly, the zombies are not inspired by the 'manner in life' of Lay-Z-Boy or else they'd be posting photos of sumptuous meals and booze.

    Holy poor box, fatman! We're already halfway through the month and Priscilla the Hun's rectal thermometer is only up to $2300! Maybe he'll have to cut back on those imported 12 year olds...
    ...i.e. single malt scotches, get your mind out of the gutter!

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    1. ........no mention of minor orders or birettas, this must have been merely a prolix version of clerical tonsure.

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  3. Lol. I didn't get it at first!

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  4. Lacy Boy goes to Confession and it's a big one:

    “I don’t wear lots of lace very often, but, today, yes. For Our Lady on her feast, in the Church dedicated to Mary Assumed into Heaven. Thanks to the “Albwright”, who worked on them! And the subdeacon also had an alb which she worked on, antique handmade lace which I got in Rome many years ago.”

    It's not only the lace drapery he lugs around, it's the mountain of lard on his bones. Take a look at that methane powered Dirigible!

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    1. What a hottie that vocation director is!

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    2. Aristophanes
      Zed is traveling again...Denver??!! Illinois on the rebound??!!
      Are the cannabinoids having so much influence to his system that he has to go the restaurants out of state.

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  5. Coming up soon, without doubt: yet another 'My-view-for-while' to the UK but preceded by the now predictable 'lean Tuesday 23rd' Supplies of the single malts and the Cuban cigars must be running low in 'Lace, Frill and Ponce' Apartments.

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  6. I see that his majesty is convinced that his blog posts are read diligently in EVERY chancery in the country.
    And that if every bishop would do exactly as he says, that all of the Church's problems will be solved.
    His pathologic narcissism is not to be believed.
    This guy is truly one of the biggest goofballs on the internet. And that is saying something.

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    1. And he still has a pressing personal petition...

      Maybe he'd be a Monsignor or bishop if he did something priestly once in a while.

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    2. Maybe the answer to his petion is no...and he should just shut the fuck and accept a no.

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    3. He's probably correct. Every chancery in the country does read his blog, and then they all laugh at him over lunch. Of course, that's after they have given thanks that he is not in their diocese.

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  7. There seems to be an assumption here that he likes men. Wow! Why hasn't he been arrested yet?

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    1. Well, he certainly doesn't like women. I've never seen anyone commenting here imply that his preference to male company is wrong. It is not. It's the projected internal conflict, lack of self-reflection, and warped anthropology that deserves ridicule.

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    2. Naw! Save all of that. He just hasn't been caught with his kneepads on yet.

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  8. His sermon notes for the day are just too good: "Was there a good point in the sermon you heard for your Mass of Sunday obligation? Let us know.

    I, for one, spoke (14th Sunday after Pentecost) about seeking that which is above and treasuring up treasures in heaven. There is nothing wrong with material, created things or wealth until we seek them for themselves. Only God must be seated on the throne of our heart."

    The hypocrisy is just unnerving. He goes on to talk about toiling for material goods. I didn't realize how much work putting up four Amazon wish lists, begging people for money and kissing Morlino's ass was.

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  9. What is Zildo's pressing personal petition? And what will happen if the answer is not in his favor?

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    1. If he's petitioning someone to press his (sacred) person, then the request is for a paraphilia known as frottage.

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  10. Z has the nerve to make comments on the Angelus message of Pope Francis after remarking that the pope said "buon giorno" after noon. The a@#hole should know that's perfectly acceptable but Z taks any chance to make PF seem like an idiot. His "comments" are so "non-Francis" they are embarrassingly.

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  11. My error there. I meant to say that his comments on Pope Francis' Angelus message are so non-Francis they are embarrassing. He is such a nut-case with a thoroughly Lutherhan mind; no offense to good Lutherans.

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    1. The typical states of Lutheran being involve anger, depression and frequent drunkenness.

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  12. He is now commenting on an eclipse of 21 August, 2017, using the most convoluted arguments to press the point that this may somehow signify some great end of the world event.

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    1. Yes. I noticed that.
      Apocalyptic predictions are the bread and butter of these types. It keeps the dummies frightened and PAYING! (Remember Y2K ?)
      People like him will twist and turn the meaning of a particular date on the calendar, to the point of laughability. The whole Fatima industry has been doing this for decades.
      What could have been a straightforward apparition from the Virgin Mary with a message to everyone has been turned into a complete joke by these people.
      The message that She would have for him is, "get a job". And we know that he does not want to hear THAT!

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  13. Fr. Z in a nutshell: "I know more than you about everything. I have friends in very high places in the Vatican who tell me things you can't handle. I basically know when the world will end, at least down to the week, but I can't tell you...hopefully you'll be with me in the same forest bunker with our weapons, fiddlebacks, more weapons, and lace. I am a doctoral student. My main pastoral ministry is soliciting money to pay for high end vestments for use 1-2 times a year."

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  14. I love that the guy who has exerted every possible effort to avoid engaging in any pastoral activity whatsoever is complaining that other priests are not sufficiently pastoral by virtue of their failure to sit in the confessional for an extended period of time.

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  15. Here's the great call to charity from Z to his readership regarding comments he wants them to make at the National Catholic Reporter website:
    "If you have the stomach for it, and access to a cleansing bath or shower after, take a look at comments under the entries at Fishwrap (e.g., HERE). You will be horrified, I’m sure, by the dissent, the petty nastiness, the calumny, based mostly on cowardice. Most the nastiest post with anonymity. And all manner of personal attacks are fair game, including some of the most un-Christian lies and name calling I have ever seen."
    Sounds like 80% of his posts, including the one I cut and pasted from. On the feast of St. Bartholomew, Fr. Z might strive for less duplicity and more integrity!!

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  16. I love his "Prayer for the Conversion or Downfall of the National catholic Reporter". So great.

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