Saturday, July 6, 2013


One of the Nine Oracles, A. Kennedy

The non-surprise of the Supreme, All-Knowing, Divine Court's ruling is over now and all that is left is ruin and smoking rubble.  Everyone knew well in advance what the outcome was to be what with two lesbians on the Court and a few morally malnourished males alongside them, and with busloads of homosexually-disturbed people with banners painted and ready flocking to Washington for the event.  Even the bells of the National Cathedral tolled their approval.  This is what is called an educational moment.  The one glimmer of light that shines through all this is that more and more people are finally waking up to the fact that not only is Democracy a fraud perpetrated on peoples by an oligarchial elite, but a very dangerous fraud at that.

This is the logical outcome of 1776.  When "the people" decide what is law and what isn't law without bothering to discern what is the will of God in such matters it must lead to a moral collapse epitomized by such things as divorce, contraception, abortion and sodomy.  And it will go on from there.  In a very few short years you will be able to legally murder your mother.

Or your father, or your young children.

The US government, long under the sway of a myriad of sinister interests, wants all these aberrations to come to pass.  Therefore the Executive branch will impose its will, the Congress will supinely follow suit and the Supreme Cort will decide in their employer's favor.  Hilaire Belloc once amusingly pointed out that the democracy-crazed Americans are unaware that they are essentially living under a despotic monarchy...and he said that over 80 years ago. 

In a decade or so the black robed oracles of the Court will discover a right to bestiality.  Do not scoff; merely remember where you were forty-odd years ago when some said that they would one day enshrine sodomy into law and you thought such a notion absurd.

This is indeed the inevitable outcome of the American democratic system.  Vox populi, vox Dei: the voice of the "people" is the voice of God.  So under the Vox Populi doctrine (inscribed on every courthouse in this benighted land) God has approved of two sexual deviants having the ability to adopt innocent children and induce them into a life of the most vile forms of perversion, sickness and despair.

The People have spoken!  God wills it!  Some, tragically, believe such nonsense.

Who could have prevented such an outcome in this land?  Only the Church could have had they had strong Bishops and priests willing to convert their fellow citizens to Catholicism, or at the very least maintain a Catholic ethos.  But with rare exceptions most of  our Bishops, from Gibbons and Ireland on down to Dolan and Wuerl, are imbued with what Pope Leo XIII called a heresy.  In his Testem Benevolentiae he named the heresy: Americanism.  Instead of teaching the Faith strongly and forthrightly our Bishops and other clergy preferred to be good Americans first, and Catholic teachers second.  They were (and still are) so starry-eyed over the Masonic principles embedded in our Constitution that for them conforming to the will of the people comes first and above all else.  They didn't convert America; America converted them.

To illustrate, let us examine some of the reactions of several US Bishops to the farcical Supreme Court pronouncement.  Jerome Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee, has this to say, among other things:

"[the ruling] no way changes Church teaching with regard to the sacrament of marriage."

How does one even begin to comment on a sentence such as that?   Of course it doesn't change the Church's teaching, Your Excellency.  Who suggested that it did, or would, or could change a teaching of Catholic Church?

He continues:

 "The Catholic Church also opposes any and all unjust discrimination against, or mistreatment of, homosexuals. Neither their personhood nor their dignity is being questioned."

The Archbishop opposes "unjust discrimination" against homosexuals.  When said sexual pervert applies to the seminary, or to be a gym coach at a Catholic boy's school, and after being turned away files an unjust discrimination suit against the Chancery what will Archbishop Listecki's defense be now that he has gone on record as opposing such discrimination?

And this writer for one would be pleased if the Archbishop would clarify what it is that he finds dignified in homosexual unions which we know cry to Heaven for vengeance.  What "dignity" can be found in the actions of these tragic souls?  To even contemplate the actions of these people insults dignity, ours as well as theirs.  If His Excellency is only able to confine himself to PC cliches instead of telling these people as charitably as he can that they are on the road to Hell then perhaps he might consider reevaluating his current position in the Church.

Next comes the words of His Eminence Cardinal Dolan.  On the whole his statement is not terrible.  But he concludes with this thought:

"Now that the Supreme Court has issued its decisions, with renewed purpose we call upon all of our leaders and the people of this good nation to stand steadfastly together in promoting and defending the unique meaning of marriage: one man, one woman, for life. We also ask for prayers as the Court’s decisions are reviewed and their implications further clarified."

Here again we smell the sulphur of Americanism come through.  His Eminence expresses confidence in the system, assuring himself that if we really get to work within that system all will be well again.  Behold a man who will not let go of his childhood fancies.  Is His Eminence being naiive here?  Has Obamacare not cured him of the notion that trusting the United States to protect the freedom of Catholics is a non-starter?

Archbishop Timothy Broglio, after lamenting the "unfortunate" decision, has this astounding thing to say:

"As you know well, the Catholic Faith teaches clearly the biblical principle that all persons, regardless of their sexual inclination, are called to chastity regardless of their state of life."

According to Broglio there is a Biblical principle that pertains especially to people with odd "sexual inclinations" [Well, there is.  But not in thes sense that he imagines.].  I do not have the time to thumb through my Bible, either in Greek, Latin or English, to find where it teaches that there is a special kind of individual with different inclinations in these matters that is "called to chastity".  What the Archbishop seems to be saying here is that he accepts the demonstrably false principle that certain people are born sodomites, and that he thinks the Bible backs up such utter nonsense.  There is the "SSA", "sexual orientation", "born that way" lie coming into view again and accepted by a Bishop of the Catholic Church who should be able to distinguish between one who is spiritually disturbed enough to commit the most unspeakable sins and one who has a heart condition.  If this is the best that Broglio can do then his statement on the Court's decision is worthless.

He continues:

"I likewise remain confident that the First Amendment Constitutional guarantee of the “Free Exercise of Religion” will forever ensure that no restrictions or limitations on the teaching of the Catholic Faith will be placed on any Catholic priest or deacon serving in the Armed Forces. Furthermore, the Constitution guarantees that no endorsed minister will ever be compelled to perform a religious ceremony contrary to the dictates of his/her faith nor will today’s decision have any effect on the role and teaching ability of a priest or deacon in the pulpit, the classroom, the barracks or in the office."

Is it possible for a man to be so naive and still hold a high Churchly office?  Like Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop Broglio believes that the Constitution will soon come riding to the rescue of the Church.  I find such a Pollyanna attitude among our hierarchy to be positively weird.

To no one's surprise the Archdiocese of Washington under Donald Wuerl made several fatuous comments about it, emphasizing it with such strong words as "unsettling" and "troubling."  Of course it will not change his practice of giving sacrilegious Communions to the public sinners who are attacking the Church.  Let us leave in sadness the thought of such prelates as him.

After reading more ineffectual statements from what Rome considers Catholic leaders in this country let us turn for refreshment to the words a real man.  It is words like these which should be ringing in the ears of all the charlatans, villains and footpads who rule over us.  Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield:

"As in the case of Roe v. Wade striking down abortion laws forty years ago, the United States Supreme Court has again usurped its legitimate prerogative through a raw exercise of judicial power by giving legal protection to an intrinsic evil, this time by striking down the Defense of Marriage Act in the case of U.S. v. Windsor and in refusing to take up the defense of Proposition 8 in California in the case of Hollingsworth v. Perry.

These hollow decisions are absolutely devoid of moral authority. It is becoming increasingly and abundantly clear that what secular law now calls “marriage” has no semblance to the sacred institution of Holy Matrimony. People of faith are called to reject the redefinition of marriage and bear witness to the truth of Holy Matrimony as a lasting, loving and life-giving union between one man and one woman."

That is the kind of man who will lead us out of this mess.

A genuine Bishop, Thomas Paprocki

[UPDATE 7/10/13:  Why am I not surprised?   With thanks to]


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The grave sin of Americanism is suffering retribution. This Big Lie
has seen it's Deception better Days. Pray to and for the Holy Ones
who have lead and do lead and will lead The Church to Destination in obedience to Almighty God Who Lives and Reigns over the All things and Disposes All things Amen.

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