Thursday, June 11, 2020

the new evangelization in Poland — rapping nuns again

The refrain “Jesus, I trust in you!” is from the fake Divine Mercy of Sr. Faustina pushed by the patron saint of pedophiles, John Paul II

the lyrics
Yo yo,
Rapping ain’t hard to do.
It’s enough to say ‘Jesus, I trust you!’
And right now we don’t want masks.
We just want merciful grace!

We at Call Me Jorge... believe that the purpose of Sr. Faustina’s Divine Mercy is to detract from the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and destroy the celebration of the Octave of Easter.  Sr. Faustina’s Divine Mercy replaced an older Polish devotion of the Divine Mercy as demonstrated below by scans from two Polish prayer books.

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The Chaplet of Divine Mercy in a Dominican prayer book in Polish from 1850.

The Chaplet of Divine Mercy from 1847.

If you are going to become the Bogus Order, why not go all the way?


  1. Divine mercy is such a farce. It's hard to believe that anyone could fall for such nonsense.

  2. How utterly disgusting, especially from nuns dressed in full habits. Whitewashed sepulchers with no sensus Catholicus at all. Truthfully, I don't even understand why these religious orders have access to the internet anyway, seeing what a danger it is to souls. At best only one person should be allowed access and only then to respond to emails. But getting involved in these "challenges" is so disgustingly worldly and just unfitting for the religious life.