Thursday, December 14, 2017

the LARPing man-child Fr. Roderick Vonhögen plays with legos and attends movie premiere


The Story of Christmas with Zen-Buddhist Star Wars legos


Roderick is 49 years old with the maturity of a 12 year old


Fr. Roderick Vonhögen attends The Last Jedi red carpet premiere


Where does Vonhögen find the time?


Does Vonhögen say the Novus Ordo mess daily? The Breviary?  Visit the sick in hospitals?  Baptize babies?  Instruct catechumens?  Or just LARP as a Novus Ordo presbyter?



Related:

Roderick has his fans send him $1,755.00 a month so he can LARP.

Francis’ school of modernism is in session


our apologies to Miss Frances



“It seems that our God wants to sing us a lullaby. Our God is gifted at this. His tenderness is this: he is a father and a mother. Many times he said: "But if a mother forgets her son, I will not forget you. He carries us in his deep within. He is the God who with this dialogue makes himself small to make us understand, to make us trust in him and we can tell him with the courage of Paul who changes the word and says: ", Abba Father". Father ... It's the tenderness of God.”

“He is the great God who makes himself small and in his smallness he does not stop being great. And in this great dialectic he is small: there is the tenderness of God. The great that makes himself small and the small that is great. Christmas helps us to understand this: in that manger ... the little God. A phrase from St. Thomas comes to mind in the first part of Summa [Theologica]. Wanting to explain this: "What is divine? What is the most divine thing? ", He says:" “to the maximum tamen continents at the minimum divinum est", that is, do not be frightened of big things, but keep small things in mind. This is divine, both together.” 

source: Vatican Radio, Pope at Mass: The tenderness of God is father and mother 

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Marcantonio Colonna explains why he wrote ‘The Dictator Pope’




excerpts from Life Site News’ interview 
with Marcantonio Colonna

What did you find most interesting, surprising, or shocking in your research?
In fact my book is mainly based on a long series of articles which have already exposed many aspects of Francis's pontificate, but the world's media have preferred to take no notice of them. A personal contribution of mine has been to transmit to the rest of the world the estimate of Bergoglio that had long been held in Argentina. In researching Bergoglio’s past, one of the most significant pieces of evidence I came across was the report written by his religious superior [Father Peter Hans Kolvenbach] in 1991 when it was proposed to make Bergoglio a bishop. The Jesuit General wrote that Bergoglio was not suitable for such an appointment, that he was a man of devious character, lacking psychological balance, and had been a divisive figure as Provincial of the Jesuits in Argentina. The existence of this report has long been known, and I received the account of it from a priest who read the document himself at the time.
What’s your overall view of Pope Francis in light of what you discovered?
My view of Pope Francis is mainly formed from researching his Argentinian background. He emerges as a flawed character, who is capable of impressing people profoundly and forming warm friendships, but who, as one of his priest friends remarked, “manipulates people through the affections.” This characteristic has enabled him to establish a skillful ascendancy over his subordinates in Rome, as he had done previously in Buenos Aires. Bergoglio is also very much the product of the peculiar political culture of Argentina, formed by the populist dictator Juan Perón, of whom Bergoglio was a follower from his early years, and whom he very much resembles in his style of government.
Even some who have praised the book for its thorough research call it tendentious. How do you defend these claims?
My book can only be called tendentious in the sense that it makes a case; but it makes it on the basis of a vast array of facts, which are fairly presented. By contrast, the current public image of Pope Francis is a PR exercise which bears no relation to reality.
The book is well researched and heavily footnoted, but not where you speak of allegations that the Vatican made financial contributions to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Why did you include these allegations in the book?
This accusation was made to me unambiguously by a contact in the Vatican, whose identity I have to protect. However, the allegation is quite well known to journalists. With this and other scandals I mention, my desire was to encourage further investigation by researchers who are better qualified than I am to delve into financial matters.

For the full interview EXCLUSIVE: LifeSite interviews mysterious author of ‘The Dictator Pope’ (click here).




More:

this year’s presepio in St. Peter’s Square


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Uh oh, the Star of Bethlehem is crashing to earth!


We have to hand it to Francis, this year for the Vatican’s Nativity Scene he didn’t put a boat in it as he did last year.  Below are a few photos and one video of the creche.  From a distance it looks like a traditional presepe until one gets closer and can examine the details.  


Nothing like a dead body in a Nativity Scene.

This is where Francis belongs in jail.

Not only does a naked muscle bound man make an appearance at the 
creche, he totally ignores where the Infant Christ will be placed.



Ostensibly the reason given for this mockery is that the Nativity Scene’s theme this year is the seven corporal works of mercy.  Francis can’t help himself can he?  The focus isn’t on Our Lord’s birth but on the grotesque and macabre sideshows.  What can one say about this scattered and disoriented Nativity other than it is sacrilegious and shows the spiritual emptiness of Francis and his cohorts. To call this art in honor of and worthy of the birth of Our Savior, Jesus the Christ, is pure mockery.


The unveiling of the grotesque immodest macabre Crib!




Related:



Francis’ theme

Saturday, December 9, 2017

the new evangelization in Australia


Thanks to the reader who wrote, telling us to view the videos from the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF).  We couldn’t distinguish the ACYF from a protestant tent revival other than grown men dressed as bishops making fools of themselves and a priest with face paint on for adoration because the novus ordo’s adoration isn’t cool enough unless it has an aboriginal flair to it.  What passes for the faith in the Novus Ordo is an emotional laded experience with the participants dressed immodestly as they make a mockery of sacraments of the Church with their new, man-made, and ‘improved’ post-Vatican II versions.  How sad...

If one so wishes to watch this monstrosity in its fullness they can by clicking on the following links:






...otherwise one can watch the toned down highlight video and the two bishops videos below to get an idea of this travesty of the Catholic faith.


lowlights of the Australian Catholic Youth Festival



tsunami of grace



the present reality of the novus ordo mess 

Thursday, December 7, 2017

dancing in the new evangelization

Jerusalem & ‘the status quo’

Frankie the Yid

“I wish to make a heartfelt appeal to ensure that everyone is committed to respecting the status quo...”






— Don the shabbos goy

“In the meantime, I call on all parties to maintain the status quo..”






‘the status quo’

Jerusalem’s population broken down by religion: Jews, Moslems, and Christians (1910-2005)


Israel persecutes Christians by confining them to concentration camps and replacing them with Noahide approved Moslems


***** WARNING BLASPHEMY & CURSE WORDS *****


The demon possessed going crazy over Christians



 — Theodor Herzl’s promises on Jerusalem —


The excerpts below are from The Complete Diaries of Theodor Herzl, Volumes I-V (1960) edited by Raphael Patai & translated by Harry Zohn. (click here to read online) They were brought to our attention by Phillip Weiss in his article, Republicans want Jerusalem? Herzl promised pope, kaiser and sultan to leave it outside Jewish state.


• May 7, 1896 • Herzl’s intermediary to Sultan Abdulhamid II of the Ottoman Empire
 Volume I, pp. 345-6

• May 19, 1896 • Herzl to papal nuncio, Antonio Agliardi
 Volume I, p.353

 • June 17, 1896 • Herzl recounting meeting with a Turkish official
 Volume I, pp. 371-2

• October 7, 1898 • Herzl meeting with German ambassador, Count Philipp Eulenberg
Volume II, p. 691

• October 9, 1898 • Herzl recounting promise to the Grand Duke of Baden
 Volume II, p. 698

• October 31, 1898 • Herzl about his only visit to Jerusalem
 Volume II, p. 747

• May 8, 1901 • Sultan Hamid’s envoy says to Herzl
 Volume III, p. 1093 

• August 11, 1903 • Herzl meeting with Count Witte
 Volume IV, p. 1532

• January 23, 1904 • Herzl meets with the Holy See’s secretary of state, Cardinal Merry del Val
Volume IV, pp. 1593-4

 • January 26, 1904 • Herzl meets with Pope Saint Pius X
  Volume IV, p. 1604 

 
So much for keeping their word...

...however Israel celebrated Trump’s recognition by 
maintaining ‘the status quo’ as they shelled the 
Gaza Strip (aka concentration camp) like 
they have done so many countless times!


Bombs away!


 Don’t worry though, the Israelis will continue to scapegoat their goy Judas goats for carrying out their machinations for Talmudists are the eternal victims.