Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Desperation of Thomas Rosica



Lots of salt.  But very little light.


Father Rosica cuddles up with that well-known Modernist Donald Wuerl

Catholics who attempt to live a Catholic life are about to face the good, old iron fist of the Modernists in Rome, the same fist that tried (more or less successfully) to crush the Ancient Rite of Mass and impose their strange spirit of Vatican II on the entire Catholic world.  Flushed with their success over that caper and strengthened by a Pope clearly at odds with the twenty century tradition of the Church they are attempting to pull off another revolutionary act with their pet project, the Synod of the family, aka, the Sodomy Synod, the Bastard Synod, etc.  They want to unleash perhaps the final horror upon the Church, the full acceptance of the mortal sin of sodomy and the destruction of marriage.

Quite a tall order.  Moreover, they want to blur the few remaining clear perceptions of Catholic doctrine the faithful still have.  That they have achieved so much in so short a time is an indication that the Modernists that St Pius X warned us against have won (temporarily, as we know).

The Episcopal disaster that was Vatican II, like a steam roller, sailed on unchallenged, crushing everything in its way and destroying more or less the simple faith of millions and ushered in a time of unrelieved chaos which has continued on an metastasized since 1970.  The Obedience card was played cleverly and the demoralized troops carried on, certain that "the changes" were what the Holy Ghost wanted. No one bothered to explain why the Holy Ghost decided upon a sudden 180 degree turnabout at the time.  No one explained anything, in fact.  Indeed few people even thought about it seriously.  The Modernist magicians had all the levers of power in their hands and had the unprecedented help in their task by the world's mass media.  Their revolution could not have happened or been as successful without that media help.

So with a new Pope who seems to share at least some of the goals they entered into this next phase of the Revolution, their well-prepared and well-manipulated Synod, confident in the knowledge that they would have a coterie of sycophantic Catholics, dumb heads, sex perverts, unthinking Catholics addled by a false sense of obedience and the world's media at their beck and call.  But something new had been added since their previous revolutionary putsch: the internet.

Here they miscalculated for once.  They did not sufficiently appreciate the growing strength of a solid Catholic presence that was willing to stand up to them and expose their faithlessness.  I am firmly of the opinion that they did not expect the backlash they are now getting.  It threw them off their game at first. New strategies had now to be considered to thwart the simple Catholic bloggers and internet sites.

Enter Thomas Rosica

A loyal flunkey of Vatican spokesman Father Lombardi and one of those who enhance their own self-image by toadying to the great and powerful, Father Thomas Rosica decided to take action against a humble blogger who committed the crime of quoting Rosica's own words, and has threatened the blogger with legal action.  That Rosica does not give much evidence that he is smart enough to do something like this on his own initiative it is likely that this tactic was dictated to him by someone higher than he and, frankly, with more brains than he.  We may never know who that is,but it would not stretch the imagination too far by seeing at least the bony hands of Donald Wuerl and/or Father Lombardi in this.  It may even have come from higher up than that.

I seriously doubt that Rosica can prove a case of defamation, considering that the blogger is simply quoting his own words.  But he can possibly make life difficult for him.  Intimidation is what is at work here and it seems clear enough that the Rats of Rome want their Sodomy Synod to go on unopposed.  Shysters will soon smell the blood in the water, or so they think, and will undoubtedly place themselves at the service of other clerical quislings trying to shed light on their activities. They will soon learn however that these kinds of tactics wont work.

What could work for them is the looming threat from the Empire of Chaos, aka the USA.  Our Worshipful Masters in Washington have been floating this idea for a long time now, that they will need to shut down the internet, all in the name of "national security" don't you know.  That would kill two birds with one stone, if I might coin a phrase.  It will silence the critics of both the Vatican and the Empire, something that would suit them quite handily, for the Catholic revolutionaries are well in bed with the sodomy-pushers in government as is far too well known to dispute.  The career of Cardinal Marx should be sufficient proof of that.

A man out of his depth

One must pity Father Rosica.  Reading his blog reveals a middling intellect who tries to hide his obsequiousness to the powerful in a sea of pietistic writings of the kind that often soothe the poorly-catechized of the world.  In his writings we find him opposing abortion, for example, but at the same time hinting that perhaps we do more harm than good by opposing it so publicly.  Therein the poison that has been laced into the wine.  It is a standard ploy that has been working well since Vatican II: drench your deviations from Catholicism with a torrent of pious phrases.  Just listen to the words of Cardinal Godzilla Marx or Cardinal Kasper to see how this tired act is played.  Moreover, they've had over 150 years to perfect that shtick and it works on the gullible just as well now as it has always.

But as Father Rosica and his superiors are discovering it does not work on everyone, and blogdom is now in full force calling them out on it.  If Rosica was expecting all the lambs to be silent about this he hand his crew are very much mistaken.

Thus this threat of legal action against a blogger shows an unmistakable suggestion of desperation on the part of Father Rosica and the higher-ups who are encouraging him in this folly.  A good sign, some would point out.  If one small Canadian blogger can cause so much consternation among the Modernists in Rome we can imagine how much worry an army of bloggers will cause them.  For they are not used to being asked tough questions, they are not used to having their questionable theology dissected on a worldwide platform; they have been accustomed to a soft, kid-glove approach for decades.  They cannot handle, it seems, a fiercely honest and determined laity who are frankly fed up with them and all their pomps and works.  But as the old saying goes, "Too bad."

As other blogging colleagues have suggested we need to circle the wagons around one of our own and offer what help we can moral, financial if necessary and spiritual.  Being revolutionaries at heart the modernists probably don't rely a whole lot on prayer to advance their cause other than the staged, "show" prayer that they sometimes engage in.  They may seek preternatural help, I don't know; but sincere prayer to,say, the Blessed Mother doesn't appear to be their style.  The Catholic blogs I read take prayer quite seriously which puts a powerful weapon in our hands.

It is very gratifying to me to see so many bloggers and websites covering this.  Our blog has been linking to Vox Cantoris quite happily for some time now; hopefully others will add him to their list, too, providing him with an even greater audience and much-needed support.

A cursory review of Father Rosica's writings show us a picture of I would hope a basically good man who is simply out of his depth when it comes to the Church's history, dogma, practice, tradition and sense of being.  He is a man too long exposed to the stink of Modernism and as many find out that is a stink very hard to rid oneself of.  Platitudes come easily to him; an intellectual ability to understand the Faith, less so.  This makes one an easy prey to Machiavellian personalities, especially those in high places.  And Father Rosica enjoys being near those high places.  With this gambit he shows himself to be one who can be used easily, manipulated by cleverer heads.  Pray for him.

And they shouted all the more, "Crucify him!  Crucify him!"

If Father Rosica wants to be just another member of the howling mobs calling for the blood of the innocent, so be it.  He will forever have to live with the shame of his action if he proceeds with these legal threats.

But he, and more importantly those directing him, will not win in the end, or even in the short term. For now, however, he is doing his toadying routine to perfection.

He already has his reward.




5 comments:

exmagnasilentium said...

Telling it like it is, except I have a hard time believing that Rosica is a good man, since I've gotten to know so much more about him after he tried so hard to hide his lack of Catholicity. Apparently, many others have found out so much more too and it just keeps on coming.

Aged parent said...

Well, I was hoping.

But I think you're right. Thank you for your comment.

Anonymous said...

Lovely couple.

Anonymous said...

What a sad pair! They both appear to be toting laptops, it would be better if they were carrying well thumbed copies of the New Testament.

Aged parent said...

They've probably never even heard of the New Testament, Anon.

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