Thursday, January 5, 2017

Doushio Returns: PAPA RATZI WILL ACCOMPANY ME


It is my pleasure to release at long last the super ultra exclusive new hit from the always backward-looking performance artist Doushio!

I had note from Doushio, who has been pensive of late:

I’ve been pensive of late. Just ponder about the great contributions that His Holiness Emeritus Papa Ratzi  has been making to the Church for SO many… so very many many many many many many many many many years.  It’s seems like such a long time that he’s been making contributions and we just can’t have enough of them.  He’s been, God bless him, lowering the standards of ecumenism, social progress, pastoral compassion and any reasonable modern expression of our faith for so very many many many many many many many many many many years.   I had to find a way to honor him.  What’s better than… a song? A schismatic nostalgic priestly society?     Or maybe a gasping wheezing Ordinariate?  Yeah. I should probably go with the song. Less chance of total failure. 

Thus spake Doushio.   He quickly teamed up with his old colleague from back in the day, The Effeminate Rev Mum MJC to produce what will surely be yet another platinum shit.

You recall some of Doushio’s previous hits, which you without question whistle on the way to those nightly adoration hours or during your summers in that funny little town on the  Massachusetts Cape so devoted to the Holy Patriarch Noah.  Who can forget Chantilly Lace and a Little Brocade,  Man I Feel Like a Woman (and I like it) and of course the NAC spirit song Don't Want No Short Dick Man.




82 comments:

  1. Who is this Fr. Tim Ferguson that keeps brown-nosing the brown-noser in Chief? An old boyfriend from the Seminary or something?

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  2. Later vocation. Trdentine Troll.

    http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/05/congratulations-to-newly-ordained-fr.html

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    1. Guess I never pictured Zero as the type to go after bears. I figured he was more of the twink type.

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    2. The twinks probably prefer bishops.

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  3. Polycarpio once again ties the Supreme Dullard in knots and reduces him to bleats, second guesses and uncontrolled dribbling.

    Polycarpio says:
    7 January 2017 at 3:02 PM

    "Did not Pope Benedict say at Regensburg that a method of reasoning that “presupposes the mathematical structure of matter” ultimately “excludes the question of God?” I think that was Spadaro’s point here and it is well taken."

    The Stunned Mullet replies to Polycarpio:
    [No, that wasn’t his point. Not originally.]

    How would the Piss Boy really know what Benedict XVI ever said about anything. He just cheers for the Grand Emeritua not actually read him.

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    1. Why would anyone really need to read?
      The object of the counter (small C" reformation, since you are already saved, (unlike THEM), being invited to dinner at a prelates dwelling is the ultimate.
      Let the host explain any writing he cares to speak about--just practice smiling in front of a religious mirror purchased at a high end religious goods store.

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  4. Lard Ass has published the following after having spent weeks defending Ray and the Ratbags over the 'Dubia.' Let's see what kind of agility The Dissembler now displays on the parallel bars of rationalization and self-justification

    Card Müller :

    “Everyone, above all Cardinals, has the right to write a letter to the Pope. However, I am amazed that this became public, essentially constraining the Pope to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’. I don’t like this. Also, a possible fraternal correction of the Pope seems to me to be very remote, it’s not possible in this moment because it doesn’t concern a danger for the faith as St. Thomas said.”

    “We are very distant from a correction and I say that is a loss to the Church to discuss these things publicly. ‘Amoris laetitia’ is very clear in its doctrine and we can interpret the whole teaching of Jesus on matrimony, the whole teaching of the Church in 2000 years of history.” He concluded, Pope Francis, “asks to discern the situation of these people who are living in unions that are not regular, that is, not in accord with the teaching of the Church on matrimony, and asks to help these persons to find a path for a new integration in the Church according to the conditions of the sacraments, of the Christian message on matrimony. But I don’t see any conflict (contrapposizione): on the one hand we have the clear teaching on matrimony, and on the other hand the obligation of the Church to concern itself with these people in difficulties.”

    Source: http://www.lastampa.it/2017/01/08/vaticaninsider/ita/vaticano/mller-non-ci-sar-alcuna-correzione-al-papa-xuMTKsChc1bUhkD1XWNtlI/pagina.html



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    1. Almost shocking to me that Zzzzz put the quotation from Muller up. Notice there are no comments in red or any shit like that. Now he'll make this into a new drama about Muller trying to save his ass in the CDF. Or another trip to Rome to straighten things out!

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    2. I'm honestly not surprised. Z-man can sense which way the wind is blowing. You also noticed he dialed back the Econè love fest in recent days? His vestments aren't fully funded and his Cash-O-Meter is down. He's shameless.

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    4. The Fraud will be reaching into his Amazon Preppy kit for danger diapers at the moment. That comment box won't be opened soon, if ever, on this one.
      Being essentially a dumb ass, incapable of reflexive thought and inquiry, he'll be looking closely in particular at what his favorite Brits have to say, namely Hunwicke and Ray Blake. They have both well and truly painted themselves into a corner by relentlessly heaping bucket loads of bile on Pope Francis and the 'Libruls.'
      What we all need to keep in mind with characters like Zuhlsdorf and the people he brown noses is that they are monumentally ignorant pedants and weak minded knuckle-crackers. What most of Z's associates have which he does not, is a moral conscience of some sort. They are just neurotics. Zuhlsdorf is a sociopath whose primitive need for self-preservation leads him to do anything without conscience, reserve or scruple. The intensified hothouse atmosphere of clericalism does not help in the least.
      I think he doesn't even have a pulse.

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  5. He's gonna stir up the laity. But he's not planning to lose his seat at Morlino's overloaded table. Econè would cost him that, as would ACNA (ACNE), or SSPV. He's a businessman above all else. Everyone's got their price. For Zzz, it's the finest meat (and seminarians) in the Città, cigars, and buckets of wine. As Fr. D once said: "Poverty is for the poor and professed. We are diocesans, the best of the best!" Any other option would make him lose his travel, gluttony, and "pastoral" visits to the NAC.

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    1. I am doing my thesis on "Clericalism and Mental Illness," and plan on enrolling in the NAC--or at least long enough in the process to be tagged by Zed et alia. (I believe there are first echelon spotters I might have to deal with before speaking to the big Kahuna himself).
      Hopefully I plan to get from Zed a full psychological evaluation that this blog has frequently commented is lacking.

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    2. Do not be too obvious with a trad scam. Let the spotters find you--it will get you in more solidly. (like hide a biretta in the back of your closet and in this way you can make a big deal out of finding the snooper and/or Kleptomaniac which will orientate you to who the spotters are.)After that it is easy street.

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    3. You also might place literature from secular run nursing homes under the biretta. This way if any auxiliary services, such as machine food or library supplies, are from Sedaka's el Occupados you can work a geriatric scam for a backup.

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    4. ......find a beat out copy of Sedakappado's book that Zed recommended--maybe on amazon or ebay esp without dust cover--and write a stirring dedication obliquely to you; possibly from the 1950's Lone Ranger TV show introduction (the reader supplies the music!) A dab of Brillcreem on the empty leaves is a plus.
      Leave it nestled lovingly in a "also most got caught with it" space when the spotters are identified for them to find.

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    5. Remember that they don't think being an asshole is self mutilation. Self mutilation is an impediment to ordination.

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    6. Francis in his general audience warns 'beware of scammers trying to sell papal audience tickets.'
      I took that also to mean beware of scammers trying to sell fast track tickets in the NAC.

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  6. The Lard is evidently quite shattered at this development in the plot. He couldn't see it coming because he has no insight, no grounding in solid theology and absolutely no pastoral sense or intuition. He has effectively left it up to his bewildered supporters who soaked up his uniformed tabloid drivel and are left hanging. Every reactive cause he has champion in recent years, the ones that have been key to his cash flow, have gone spectacularly belly up.
    This is the sum total of the NumbNut's intellectually and morally bankrupt commentary:

    Fr_Sotelo says:
    8 January 2017 at 5:00 PM

    "This is ammunition to Francis’ defenders, coming from no less than the Doctrinal Prefect."

    The Stunned Mullet replies in the customary red ink:

    [As I read your comment, it occurred to me that if “defenders” want to put a lot of stock into what this Prefect of this dicastery says in a public, though informal, setting, then they ought to put a lot of stock into what another Prefect of another dicastery – Robert Card. Sarah – said about priests making the change to celebration of Holy Mass ad orientem.]

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  7. Now he's holding up Francis to ridicule with an offensive photo-shop image. He's really becoming completely devoured by resentment and sheer hatred.

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  8. Looks like Zildo's golden boy, Donald Trump, pissed off CIA.
    But tell us more about the horrors of The Gays.

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  9. St Paul – Argument Of The Month – Live Stream
    Posted on 10 January 2017 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
    I am at St Augustine’s in St Paul where my old friend Fr Echert reigns. Years ago they started something called the Argument Of The Month – a moderate fight in front of a few hundred men in current topics.
    This is a great model. Christ. Meat. Beer.

    The Argument of the Month Club sponsored by The Remnant:
    http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=2972:aotm-michael-j-matt-dale-ahlquist-steve-more-fr-john-echert-to-debate

    The Argument of the Month Club's website:
    http://www.aotmclub.com/index.asp?PageID=9&EID=94
    "Our moderator (enforcer) Fr. Echert will be asking tough questions related to the Pope's lack of response to 5 questions posed by four cardinals on matters integral to the moral life of the Church. If the Pope does not answer, ambiguity rules and much can be left to interpretation. If he answers many believe the Church SPLITS! Too many Catholics are unaware and do not know how to respond. Join the "AOTM Round Table" for THE issue of 2017!"

    "What's on the Menu
    Appetizer
    Tortilla Chips and Bean Dip
    Dinner
    Apple Glazed Roasted Pork
    This Pork is covered a rich apple glazed and slow roasted until it is so tender it falls off the bone.
    Served with garlic and herb mashed potatoes (eat them with or with out the gravy) and baby carrots steamed and covered in a sweet glaze.
    Dessert
    Fresh baked cookies with vanilla ice cream"

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    1. Ah, yes. Nothing like a grease-infused feast, a wanna-be theologian mincing around in an "I love Trump" sweatshirt and a sedevacantist ("No, I really am NOT!" wink-wink), to get the testosterone flowing.
      The gathering will be known in Church history as the "Council of Cranks".

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    2. I wonder if the meeting broached the subject of: On whose dime are cray-cray Ray-Ray and the chief prelate of Camelstan flying all over the world undermining Pope Francis?
      Maybe Alitalia has a "Pretentious Prelates Fly Free" plan.

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    3. Just goes to show, if you were really that bent out of shape about it you wouldn't feel like eating. BTW: Who eats like that anymore anyway.

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    4. Nothing like fresh baked cookies and vanilla ice cream to make one that much more manly.

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    5. This is a great model. Christ. Meat. Beer.

      LOL, wat?

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    6. .......we tried the fresh baked cookies and vanilla ice cream trick too. But we were adamant that there would be no rubber smiles (in red on the programs), unfortunately, no one came.

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  10. One look at Z' stagnant cyber ghetto since Kardinal Mueller took to Ray and the Whining Dubia Boys with a CDF blow torch, all you can see is the fat man thrashing around doing his resentment routine by proxy and clinging to the corpses of such luminaries as Mr Ed, Dullard Micky Matt, Sgt Major "Schultz" Echart, Kappa Ray again, Roberta "Flack" Sarah and the raging old Tart himself, B XVI.
    It would be hilarious if it was all so dreadfully sad.

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  11. Some help in getting inside the vacant lot between Zuhlsdorf's ears is to listen to his Wacko Gung Ho Prepper clerical friend Echert.
    The former is invincibly ignorant but Echert is intentionally so. Neither of them should be let any where near God's People.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huu2OnqHpJc

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  12. Wait, I'm curious about something.

    Zippy continually exhibits the cardinal sins of greed, sloth, gluttony, envy ("Why am I not a monsignor??"), wrath, pride and vanity on his blog, which are 6 of the 7 deadly sins. By this nature Zippy is in a state of grave sin, publicly, and refuses to repent of it.

    Canon 916 of the Code of Canon Law states: "A person who is conscious of grave sin is not to celebrate Mass or receive the body of the Lord without previous sacramental confession unless there is a grave reason and there is no opportunity to confess; in this case the person is to remember the obligation to make an act of perfect contrition which includes the resolution of confessing as soon as possible."

    Seems to me the pot (Zippy) is calling the kettle black.

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    1. .........it might be the reason he is always traveling; trying to find a confessor who will lift the canonical sanctions without Zed having to turn himself in higher authority to lift the sanctions as a penance.

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  13. And another thing: I wonder if the Fraud ever thinks about some, maybe most, of his followers, their actual circumstances and the crap load of financial support he expects from them. Example:

    IloveJesus says:
    12 January 2017 at 7:29 PM

    "I’m disabled and homebound.
    I don’t have enough money to pay for my caregivers and my husband and his attorney are refusing to help me."

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  14. Alex knackers Mr Ed and Wilbur in one hit:

    alexmarison says:
    13 January 2017 at 8:23 PM

    "Why is 915 treated like some ancient tradition that has been divinely revealed? The fact is that the part of 915 in question here is only 30 years old. (Wilbur [So what?]) In the 1917 CIC, there was no mandate for a priest to judge who was publically unworthy for Communion. That is brand-spanking new. (Wilbur unnerved: [So what? Apparently the lawgiver thought that conditions had changed.]) A little history: Before Familiaris Consortio, the divorced and remarried were ipso facto “infamous” – and if they persisted in cohabitation, they were to be punished with excommunication or personal interdict.
    Now, the canon concerning the Eucharist merely said to not admit those who were manifestly infamous, excommunicated or under interdict. But FC changed all that. No longer were was divorce and remarriage to automatically punished by Canon Law. (Wilbur resorts to red herrings [BTW… Canon Law says that couples need the bishop’s permission to separate.] ) A new directive was given to priests: to discern situations and be personally responsible for saying who receives and who doesn’t without any mention in canon law of a reserved sin or situation. On the other hand, FC said that – despite being allowed to overlook the adutleries of divorce and remarriage and living and raising children with another partner in violation of the rights of one’s lawful spouse – they were to automatically judge one particular adultery in an otherwise excusable remarriage: namely, sex. It seems no one was bold enough to actually write this in canon law, so it was just given as a separate instruction. (Wilbur’s upstairs wiring fizzles out: [This is turning into word salad.])

    Anyway, as you can see, the instruction is completely arbitrary and can easily be done away with without prejudice to canon law as written. So why blame Pope Francis? Your beef is with Pope John Paul II and FC and his 1983 Revision of Canon Law. That’s who opened the door. Francis simply walked through it. Think of FC and AL as 2 parts of the same reform, spread out over 35 years to reduce the shock to Catholic culture it might cause in some places among some people. Francis could’ve waited longer, too, and forgone furthering the reform, as JPII and BenXVI did, but I guess he cared more about the poor families, especially children, who were suffering than the sensibilities of the sanctimonious. (When all else if lost, Wilbur says: [Absurd.])

    [Pffft.] (The sound of Wilbur pouring another Chivas and soda water)


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    1. brilliant. and zed's responses are pitiful.

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  15. Does anyone know who one Damian Thompson is? He writes with as much hatred for the pope as Rev'd Mother.

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    1. He's a British journalist. He's right-wing, yes, but he's a better man than the Krazy Klerical Konverts. It's pretty clear from his writings that he doesn't take himself all that seriously. The polemical anti-liberal stuff is a bit of a game for him, I think. It's just journalism. Contrast the KKKs, who take themseves very seriously indeed.

      It helps that Thompson is a cradle Catholic, and also gay (and celibate). He fell out with Zildo over the latter's homophobia.

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  16. Two constants in Lard Ass's insane rambles: 2) the sinner is always female and b) the extreme psycho-pathology is always a projection of his own fragmented self. He needs help, serious help:

    “But Father! But Father!”, some of you lib screwballs and progressivist sapheads now jibber, “She came, didn’t she, to your retrograde torture booth of uptight patriarchal oppression! Didn’t she? HUH? That must mean that she’s really sorry even if she doesn’t say she is. She… right, or whatever non-judgmental gender… ummm…. YOU ARE MEAN! Why does she have to affirm that she’ll stop committing the sinful acts? What are ‘sins’, anyway!??! What does she… he… umm… have to be ‘sorry’ for anyway? Sin. HAH! That’s an outdated category and the Council says that’s all gone now. This is the time of mercy and caring… and… and, oh yes… ACCOMPANIMENT! The age of hate is OVVVVERRRRRR! Show some COMPASSION, DAMMIT or … or… ooooh yes yes yes we’re gonna GET you! Yessiree. We’ll fix you, you … functionary! You… funeral-faced museum mummy! Sourpuss! Authoritarian fundamentalist! You gloomy moralistic quibbler! We’ll write letters, yes, we will, precious. YOU HATE VATICAN II!”

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    1. I dunno about anyone else, but I've never heard anyone complain about confession like this...and I travel in some pretty liberal Catholic circles. Most of the people I know don't go to confession because it's poorly catechized, or because they had a bad experience with it.

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    2. The Fraud makes it up as he goes along. He's had next to no history of regular pastoral experience including confessional practice beyond visiting even more guilt on a few already tortured, scruple ridden souls.

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  17. You know what annoys me the most about this hypocrisy. It is that richie rich always got an annulment. Yes, I know blah, blah, Henry VIII but please Henry VIII didn't get an annulment because his wife was richer. This is a corrupt court system like every other corrupt court system and the rich get special treatment. The rest of us get the crumbs and have to deal with the crappy bureaucracy while Bob who ditched his first wife and wants to remarry his secretary gets special permission because he gave the Church a big check. Pope Francis is the first pope to sorta realize that the Church's courts and Church's system is as corrupt and favors the rich as the secular courts. JPII and Benedict criticized the secular world for being unjust while the ecclesiastical world was somehow free from corruption. Annulment courts were never corrupt, swayed by money or power, or evil (unless that evil somehow led to someone getting an annulment of course.). Evil and incompetent people never denied worthy people annulments under JPII or Benedict.

    Pope Francis gives a small opening to a few people to receive Communion and there is a huge tantrum in the Church among the far right. How could he! A few people in some limited circumstances might receive Communion! The bishops and the ultra conservative gatekeepers can decide who among the remarried deserve Communion. And with court cases it favors the rich. For the rest, Suzy the Battered woman should not receive Communion because it is a sacrilege but it is okay for Ricky Rich to do so because he purchased an annulment.

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    1. People with a poor sense of self like to judge others.

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    2. I know of one particular case where the ex husband (in an archdiocesan ministerial position no less) refused to testify to the tribunal so his ex wife were permanently barred from communion as revenge. Why is that a thing? It seems that THATS the sort of injustice Amoris is trying to deflect.

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    3. @ Anonymous 4:24
      that's simply appalling. is it for real?

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    4. Very real, unfortunately, and the gentleman made the situation very public. That kind of situation is why I see Amoris as a good thing.

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    5. As do I. I know of a case where the ex-spouse (husband in this case) used the tribunal to continue getting back at his ex-wife. This was very abusive marriage and difficult divorce but it seemed like everyone was getting on okay until the woman wanted to remarry and the ex-husband flipped out about that. He contested the annulment to make her life miserable and the rules were on his side because they favor the first marriage. It is pretty easy for respondents to abuse the system if they want to contest it because the tribunals favor the marriage bond. Even if they don't win, they can tie up people for years and deny them Communion out of spite. And the spite seems to be the main desire despite the situation.

      I don't think that the annulment tribunal reforms are that good because they did nothing to reduce the abusive ex-problems. I believe that Amoris was meant to deal with such cases. I hope it was.

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  18. Solemn Mass Green Eye Candy
    Posted on 16 January 2017 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
    As Prez of the Tridentine Mass Society of the Diocese of Madison, I want to leave it all on the field. We are doing our best to SAVE THE WORLD, one Mass at a time. We want Holy Mass to be Beautiful. Beauty, the transcendent,[sic; transcendental - presented by Fraudo T. Baggins to his scruple-ridden readers not only as doctrine but as a mechanical process the source of which he authoritatively indicates, i.e. his own silk-swaddled corpulance] reflects and leads to God. With the force multiplier of Holy Church sacred liturgical worship…. ? Are you kidding? We move hearts and minds.

    We have now a beautiful set of green vestments for Pontifical Mass which we can use for Solemn Mass (at least until we get a dedicated Solemn set or … two). [Send cash, check, or money order]

    Here is some eye candy from Sunday. I decided, channeling my inner Spanky [*spit take*], I alerted the Gang, “Hey! Let’s have a Solemn Mass!”. The scheduled celebrant had not done one before, but 2017 is going to be about MORE MORE MORE! [MONEY MONEY MONEY!] We are pushing forward.

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    1. I love his review of "The Young Pope" and his not-even-thinly veiled belief that the titular, fictional character would be better than Francis.

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      Zildo's going to be awfully disappointed if he watches the series to the end. But he'll enjoy the Jude Law "I'm Sexy And I Know It" liturgical fashion montage:
      https://youtu.be/_nGIp2ODvbA
      The joke's on him, of course.

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  19. Lacy Boy is really getting his jollies off after the $9000 pontifical drapery fundraising drive reached its goal. Now the Entrepreneur has up'd the goal another 1000K. This, no doubt, will be factored in to the next Roman (aka NAC) 'My-view-for-awhile' junket. The sheer scope to the scam is breathtaking.
    "I want to have the coat of arms of the Diocese embroidered on the dalmatics and cope. I want to have Bp. Morlino’s (aka The Extraordinary Ordinary) on the chasuble. I may have a chasuble made for myself with my arms."

    The self-referential narcissism and worship at the shrine of sacerdotal clericalism never ends at the Madison hotbed of dysfunctionality.

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    1. Fraudo T. Baggins is giddy about the $9K he raised. I his Christian readers aren't under the impression that their efforts were sufficient. Here are some of his future plans that will require MORE MORE MORE from them:

      Also, we have a black set, but it is less than optimal. I very much want to replace it. This last year we used it twice, once for All Souls and once for the Requiem of a wonderful priest. There will be more opportunities in the future to donate. But NOW is a really good time!

      How do we fight against confusion and eroding Catholic identity here? Beauty. Fidelity to the Church’s teaching. Worthy sacred liturgical worship.
      ["Worthy"]

      And a reader dutifully replies to Fr. Fraudo:

      mobrien says:
      18 January 2017 at 10:28 PM
      I would love to donate to this project. However, I am unemployed and sort of broke. If I find paid employment, I will send you some money for these vestments.

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    3. In every case that I am familiar with, the local community foots the bill for buying new vestments, even for the expensive ones. It speaks volumes that the people of the Madison Diocese (about 270,000 strong) are incapable (unwilling) to pay. This sad excuse for a priest begs from his followers, many (most?) of whom cannot afford it, and they pay up like the fools they are. He's become Catholicisms very own Prosperity Gospel devotee.

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  20. Father Zilch is soooo turned on by The Young Pope. You can tell where his eyes focus on the screen:

    The production values are high. There is some gratuitous nudity and a bit of sex. Flashbacks are important. I think there are lots of little symbols and cues. For example, during a flashback you see the main character as a boy, who has as a label on his jeans an American flag superimposed by the letters UFO: he’s an known object from America, flying by the seat of his pants, as it were.

    Good to know that Father takes a keen interest in the seats of boys' pants.

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  21. Friar Buck is back at it with a new threat of eternal damnation for his FELLOW ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIESTS.
    Notice how the Amazon Queen always bleats GO TO CONFESSION and never COME TO CONFESSION.
    How can he make these pronouncements as if he's a pastoral, theological, or moral authority?

    ...........................................................
    Fathers! You are the mighty enemies of our enemy, Hell!
    Posted on 19 January 2017 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

    GO TO CONFESSION!

    What a victory for the demons of Hell it has been to run down the Sacrament of Penance until it is barely thought of in some parishes.

    Fathers, if you are parish priests and have the obligation to hear confessions, hearing confessions can help to keep you out of Hell. If you are parish priests and you don’t hear confessions or you won’t teach about confession, you will probably go to Hell. Just try to deny it. Just. Try.

    At the ever-valuable Crisis there is a piece entitled: “The Spiritual Roots of the Church’s Crisis”

    Certainly we can identity many factors, both within the Church and from outside the Church. This article, however, starts with this:
    […]
    Lack of Confessions
    Any examination of conscience for Catholics today needs to begin literally with our lack of examination. I live next to a large, suburban parish, which has 30 minutes of Confession a weekend. How could such a short period of time suffice for thousands of people? It seems as if parishes have resigned themselves to serving the small percentage of Catholics who desire to go to Confession. (Johnny 'Cash' Zulhsdorf chimes in:) [Yes, indeed. There is a less than virile prostration [[???]] before the ways of the world in this, isn’t there? A kind of cowardice?]
    .....................................................

    "Virile prostration"? Apologies for being indelicate, but is that morning wood?

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  22. Another contemptuous dismissal of the vile, ungrateful laity by the prissy, precious sine-cure parson:

    Joe in Canada says:
    19 January 2017 at 6:32 AM
    Perhaps in the meantime you could borrow some rose vestments. http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/3714/1602/1600/palmar05.jpg

    The Bloated Ponce retorts: [I think not.]

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  23. And now a word from Tiny Tim, Z's fellow line-dancer and piss bucket boy:

    Fr. Timothy Ferguson says:
    19 January 2017 at 4:01 PM

    'Bishop Malloy’s approach toward the traditionally minded priests and laity in his diocese reminds me of the famous words of Captain Bligh, “The floggings will continue until morale improves.” '

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    1. What the hell is His Fauxliness doing?? His latest post includes photos of black civil rights demonstrators being firehosed and attacked by police dogs in Birmingham, Alabama while he writes, "but do Trad lives matter?" The week of Martin Luther King Day in the US too. Weird. Tasteless. Wildly inappropriate on so many levels.
      http://wdtprs.com/blog/2017/01/trad-lives-matter-us-bishop-attacks-ad-orientem-worship-overrides-summorum-pontificum/#comments

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    2. Bishop Malloy's approach toward traditionally minded priests and laity in his diocese reminds me of the famous words of Johnny in the Wild One, "I don't make no deal with no cops."

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    3. ...........keeping mobbed up cleaning supplies out of Rockford. Right on, Big M.!!

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    4. reminds me of the famous words in Casablanca: "'Why did you come to Rockford Malloy?' 'I came for the waters'. 'But there are no waters in Rockford, this is a desert'. 'I must have been misinformed'."

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    5. Daoud,

      Is that the Ferguson out of Marquette?

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    6. That's Tim, a legend in his own lunch time.

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    7. .......if Ferguson can get some cash out of Zed for the Bishop Baraga Beatification fund, he may still have a chance.

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  24. "Death cult? What death cult?"

    http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/january-20th-2017/my-dream-for-my-kids-celibacy/

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    1. Yikes.
      A little learning is a d̶a̶n̶g̶e̶r̶o̶u̶s̶ embarrassing thing.
      The dude is only 26 years old and already plans to instill in his children a lifetime a sexual shame, explicitly wishing that they might all be celibates. Happy days are ahead!
      It's a shame that he and his wife persist in their sinful misery.

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  25. Surprisingly little Inauguration coverage from Zildo thus far. I figured he'd've been on a "My View For A While: Inauguration Edition". Is he headed to Washington next week for the March for Life?

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    1. I think Wilbur run off with Mr Ed on another 'My-view-for-a-while' if you get my drift.

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    2. Washington via Rome?

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  26. And lest we forget the G & T fuelled brain farts from the Anglican parson, here's a bit of Ordinariate haaarummmph from him:

    "Bishop Stephen Lopes and Remarried Divorcees



    Bishop Lopes, Ordinary of the Ordinariate of the Chair of S Peter in North America, has issued a very fine instruction on the question of the "remarried" divorced.

    In this document, printed in its entirety in the National Catholic Register, he binds together formulae from our Anglican (Patrimony) Marriage Service; from the Catechism of the Catholic Church (which Benedict XVI's Anglicanorum coetibus formally declared to be the official doctrinal statement of the Ordinariates); from S John Paul's Familiaris consortio; and from Amoris laetitia. Drawing sensitively upon our corporate experience when we were still separated from the Unity of the See of S Peter, he shows how the whole Biblical doctrine of the use of sexuality handed down by Tradition unravels, with increasing rapidity and violence, once an ecclesial body starts 'making exceptions' which the Incarnate Word Himself explicitly excluded.

    Bishop Stephen's Letter demonstrates exactly how immensely valuable it is for the Catholic Church to have a separated tradition such as ours, with its own liturgical inheritance, its own centuries-old experience of the Christian life, entering, enriching, and strengthening the Tradition which is from the Apostles. It is, surely, for fine teaching such as this that God called us into unity."

    Another good reason for this clown to be sent to theology school and to have supervised study of the whole of Thomas' ST pars 3 followed by William of Ockham's moral teaching on conscience.

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  27. Hee. Well, I guess Pope Francis won the battle versus the Knights of Malta and Gay Ray the Fabulous. The meltdown on far right Catholic twitter is spectacular. RetRorate has been Tweeting rants with greater speed than Cheeto Jesus, Damian Thompson is accusing Francis of staging a coup, and the Remnant is demanding Trump remove Francis from office. So much fun.

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  28. Holy Stoning, Fatman!
    Will you bury your “Alleluia” this year?
    Posted on 24 January 2017 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
    In pre-Lent we get ourselves in order for a fruitful and serious Lenten fast, more works of mercy, greater introspection, and a stem to stern holy stoning.
    You might consider, in your parishes, preparing to “bury the Alleluia”.
    As you know, we don’t sing “Alleluia” from Septuagesima onward. Of yore there were ceremonies to mark the exemption of the “A-Word” including an entombment a decorated, symbolic word.
    Here is one pic from a while back of a parish digging the dirt and sending the A-Word six feet under.
    [photos of nuns attempting to dig a hole in frozen ground wearing full habits]

    Mike of Arkansas says:
    24 January 2017 at 5:42 PM
    “C’mon. Be trads!”

    Gosh…I never heard even a hint of such a practise in the pre-Vatiican II parishes with which I was familiar and active. The custom sounds whimsical, and perhaps just a little contrived in a bizarre sort of way.
    (Princess swipes back)
    [You haven’t heard of it, but it is whimsical, contrived, bizarre? Ooops.]
    [Some lines from a 10th c. Sequence written for the depositio of the Alleluia… perhaps you could offer a non-whimsical rendering into English?
    Cantemus cuncti melodum nunc Alleluia.
    In laudibus aeterni regis haec plebs resultet Alleluia.
    Hoc denique coelestes chori centent in altum Alleluia.
    Hoc beatorum per prata paradisiaca psallat concentus Alleluia.
    Quin est astrorum micantia luminaria jubilent altum Alleluia.
    Nubium cursus, ventorum volatus, fulgurum coruscatio et tonitruum sonitus dulce consonent simul Alleluia.]

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  29. Lacy Boy was in a real hurry to get out of Madison on his latest 'My-view-for-awhile'. He was off to Colorado to peddle some heavy duty moralizing and unctuous piety at the Jan 26-28 $$$$ 40 hr junket at the Littleton, CO fssp hole in the wall.
    I doubt if this one shows up on the $$$$meter.

    http://www.olmcfssp.org/index.php/olmc/post/sunday_bulletin_january_22_2017

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    1. Did Z really just advise his contingent of the "People of God" (I use the term incredibly loosely) to pray for the end of the current pontificate by any means necessary?

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  30. "First, put your time and treasure where you don’t doubt that it will be well used and not abused. Get my drift?"

    EG: my Amazon wish list, Gamarelli's proclivities, MAGA-style Z merch, angry books by angry cardinals, my cash-o-meter, campaigns for abrogated hats for preening clerics...

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  31. The Corpulent One has trumpted a shift in his 'moritication practices to include:"Fasting", "sleeping on the floor" excluding demanding cash for tinkets, junkets and other entitltements.The dam walls can't hold back the volume of BS any longer. What a performance!

    "I am with you. I jot people’s names down and I pray for you. I am shifting my other practices around to include mortifications. After all, as St. John Vianney said to another priest: “You have preached, you have prayed, but have you fasted? Have you taken the discipline? Have you slept on the floor? So long as you have done none of these things, you have no right to complain.” Therefore, I have to do more."

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  32. Can Lacey Boy enlighten us as to the role of the demonic Cardinal Burke in the Knights of Malta debacle?

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    1. .....man, that scam is old school. Burke and the "four" were busy with other matters, so the Knights thought that they could see if ANYONE was watching. Unfortunately they got caught and couldn't go through with their plans for a black op against priest bloggers.

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    2. Burke was definitely the one behind it.

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  33. How will the Fawning Friar reconcile his love of Trump who for better or worse depending on your politics fired an insubordinate Attorney General... Shouldn't consistency dictate that he should support the Pope's removal of the Knights of Malta head?

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  34. Lard Ass's trip to Denver for the FSSP 40 Hours has turned into a 48 hours return trip. What a catalog of teenage rants, including photos, babbling bullshit, 'spittle flecked nutties,' racist slurs and general unfocused rage that Faddah has been so inconvenienced.
    Pizzo the Bald from Queens is a luminary of wisdom and exemplar of citizenship in comparison with the Madison Meathead.

    You certainly can't make this stuff up:

    "UPDATE

    Unbelievable.

    We taxied out. We taxied back to the gate. The taxi time alone would have gotten us to MSN.

    “Something is broken.”

    We have no idea when we will be on the ground.

    For now we are staying on the plane.

    Will I NEVER get home?

    The devil hates this trip."

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