Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Heresy in picture format!

A picture says a thousand words. There is everything wrong with this.

Friday, 27 January 2012

Murder will not go unnoticed.

Since I was unable to attend the ever-wonderful March for Life, I have been doing nothing but looking at videos and pictures of all those wonderful protesters refusing to accept that a human can be slaughtered and killed, without being held accountable. I am going to tell you, the crowd only gets bigger every single year!! Despite the lack of media coverage (which I don't know how they could be so ignorant), the message was heard: abortion is evil.

Sunday, 22 January 2012


I'm going on a fast this week. Do you have any intentions? I'd be happy to offer them.

Monday, 16 January 2012

The Gentleman

So what is the point of boxer-shorts with designs on them, if no one is supposed to see your underpants? I think they're senseless. I don't know what's wrong with a plain pair of nickers.

Actually, I don't give a button what colour underpants you've got on, as long as I don't see them. It's hard to believe the lack of care put into ones dress, especially on the part of young men. It is very immodest to go about with your trousers down below your ankles. It is dispicable that mother's should have to be reminding their sons to put a pair of trousers on that fit. No, they have to be cool and fashionable of course. Shirts with holes and ribs, not from working or usage, rather from design! Jeans with skid marks and cuts -- not from falling off a train, no, rather by design! Boys and young men can and ARE dressing just as grossly and immodestly as some young ladies do. Boys have to be more concerned with their appearence more than ever during the teenage years, which is a rather delicate time of ones life. Your bodies are temples of the Holy Ghost, you have to take care of your appearance, you have to. Not to the point of becoming vain, no, goodness no. Rather, just to put a bit of effort in. Comb your hair, keep your trousers up. Wear sensible pants, no need for holes in your jeans and up your seems. Decent shoes, laces tied. A good shirt, a polo shirt, a sweater or jumper. Just look good, not like a slob from one of those horror movies.

Ladies, by dressing modestly, honour God. Men by dressing modestly, honour God, and honour women. A true gentleman does not go around with an XX Large t-shirt over a baggy hoodies, and golden chains hanging from places of which not even a tissue should be allowed. Nor is that the "cool" look. Ladies do not find that attractive, from what I've been told, they think it's disgusting.

And for heavens sake, walk properly. There is not need to be bobbing your head and swaying side-to-side in the manner of a swingset, while walking. It's disrespectful to those around you. It makes oneself seem egocentric and misanthropic, however not you might be. We do know it's not right and downright sinful and evil to judge someone's soul, since that is reserved for GOD alone, but if you saw someone walking around a store dressed like Dr Jeckyll, would you seriously think they were highly intelligent, honour students studying to be a Canon lawyer? Maybe if you were highly intoxicated.

To jump to my point, I just wanted to prove that it is not hard to dress modestly. It is very simple for a man or boy to dress modestly, and simply. A pair of pants, a nice shirt, a vest or jumper, whatever. A kilt, if you so prefer!

A Catholic follows not the fashions. God does not change, nor does the Church.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Keep your tambourines off my Missal!

...just because it's in the shape of a fish doesn't make it liturgical.

Monday, 9 January 2012

Official list of New Cardinals

VATICAN CITY, Jan 6 (Reuters) - (Corrects to show that
Monteiro de Castro is Portuguese, not Spanish) 
    Pope Benedict on Friday named 22 new cardinals. Here are
their names in the order in which the pope announced them. 
    Under 80 years old and eligible to enter a conclave to elect
the next pope:     
1. Archbishop Fernando Filoni, Italian, prefect of the Vatican's
Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples. 
2. Archbishop Manuel Monteiro de Castro, Portuguese, head of
Vatican office that deals with the sacrament of penance. 
3. Archbishop Santos Abril y Castello, Spanish, archpriest of
the Rome basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. 
4. Archbishop Antonio Maria Veglio, Italian, head of the
Vatican's Council for Pastoral Care of Migrants. 
5. Archbishop Giuseppe Bertello, Italian, governor of Vatican
6. Archbishop Francesco Coccopalmerio, Italian, president of the
Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts. 
7. Archbishop Joao Braz de Aviz, Brazilian, prefect of the
Vatican's Congregation for Consecrated Life. 
8. Archbishop Edwin O'Brien, American, Grandmaster of the
Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. 
9. Archbishop Domenico Calcango, Italian, President of the
Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See. 
10. Archbishop Giuseppe Versaldi, Italian, president of the
Vatican's Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See. 
11. His Beatitude George Alencherry, Indian, major archbishop of
the Siro-Malabar rite in India 
12. Archbishop Thomas Christopher Collins, Canadian, archbishop
of Toronto. 
13. Archbishop Dominik Duka, Czech, archbishop of Prague 
14. Archbishop Willem Jacobus Eijk, Dutch, archbishop of
Utrecht, Netherlands 
15. Archbishop Giuseppe Betori, Italian, archbishop of Florence 
16. Archbishop Timothy Michael Dolan, American, archbishop of
New York 
17. Archbishop Rainer Maria Woelki, German, archbishop of
18. Archbishop John Tong Hon, Chinese, archbishop of Hong Kong. 
    Over 80 and therefore not eligible to enter a conclave: 
1. His Beatitude Lucian Muresan, Romanian, major archbishop of
Fgra and Alba Iulia in Romania. 
2. Father Julien Ries, Belgian, professor emeritus of religious
history at the Catholic University of Louvain 
3. Father Prosper Grech, Maltese, professor emeritus of various
Italian universities 
4. Father Karl Becker, German, of the Gregorian University in
 (Reporting By Philip Pullella)

Friday, 6 January 2012

Canada's new Cardinal

The Pope has named Toronto Archbishop Thomas Christopher Collins as one of 22 new cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican announced Friday morning.
Collins, 64, ordained as a priest in 1973 and appointed archbishop of Toronto in 2007, told CBC's Heather Hiscox he learned about his appointment after receiving word on his BlackBerry to call the Pope's representative.
'It's just an awesome experience to receive that call from the Lord.'—Toronto Archbishop Thomas Christopher Collins
"This is indeed a great honour and I’m indeed overwhelmed," Collins said early Friday, adding that he will continue as archbishop of the Toronto archdiocese.
Cardinals are the Pope's closest aides, but only those under age 80 can take part in the election of a new pope following the death of the current pontiff, Benedict.
Other cardinals named Friday include prelates from New York, Hong Kong, Berlin, Prague, Florence, Italy and some key Vatican offices.
From what I know, His Grace is quite orthodox. Well I haven't heard otherwise. Please say a prayer for him!

This story came from CBC, yeah I know, but I couldn't find better

The Christmas Angelus

I feel like one of those shows where the words the actors are saying are out-of-sync with the actual lips of the actor. I should've posted this earlier.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

Hail, Thou Star of the Ocean!

Hail, Queen of Heaven! Hail Queen of Ireland, Hail Queen of England, Wales and Scotland! Hail Queen of the Universe! Hail Queen of Canada! Pray for us o Holy Mother of God, pray and recommend us to Thy Divine Son, Jesus Christ!

A new blog!

Dear readers, here is a new blog for you to read! The blogger notified me of it's launching, and no doubt it'll make an interesting read!

Feminism has ruined the World.

Tosay I was watching a show about ladies, young women, who are mean and angry. Women who are overly-sensitive and over-reactive. A (woman) Psuchologist was interviewed, and she said that "women have a lot more pressure than what they did50 or so years ago, they have to get jobs, support the family, and work even harder", or something to that affect. Yes, this is partly true, but also to blame is feminism.

Feminism has the world ruined. You know and see the results. Now, you know that I am a man, and cannot speak for women. But, I can truthfully say that feminism is the cause of all ill-dressed, ill-mannered, horrible, sex-driven minds that a lot of young girls and ladies have today. You walk into any clothing store. The clothes must be terribly inexpensive to produce, since they only have at most 2 to 4 pieces of fabric on them. Look at those horrible ripped skin-tight jeans, and underwear dressed which are advertised as looking "cool and attractive". They're hardly so. Disgusting.

Girls are taught in schools today that you must "stand up and speak out". They're taught to act as animals, and boys are taught to expect them to act like animals. Your average 13 year old boy is not thinking about how pretty a girl in his class is, he's lusting over her. Feminism, "womens lib", is all horrible. Ladies, females are not objects. They are not play toys, they are not tools of pleasure. They are human, beautifully created by God most high. If a woman wants to be respected, I'm sorry, but she can't be respected while wearing a baggy hoodie and tights. It's not hard to look modest.

Yet schools inforce "dress codes", but they still give the blessing to act like a wild animal. Due to this, not many children know about morals and the Church. Their parents stop bringing them at this age because they'be done their confirmation, and graduated from attendance at Mass (which is damningly false).

My Grandmother, if she had her own talk-show, would be quite popular with the feminist crowd. You see, because my Grandmother hates nothing except one thing: the womens liberation movement. She lived through it, witnessed it, suffered it. She says "no wonder youngsters are acting like they do, I don't blame them, their parents are idiots. Girls arent ladies, nor a men gentlemen anymore." They're ( I'll let the Crescat explain it better), she says.

Of course, I am NOT talking to the good parents, who bring their children up in the Church, with the Sacraments divine, with proper rearing. Mothers who bring their yound ladies up as ladies, true women, mirrors of the Blessed Mother. Rather, I'm praising them for their glorious work! I pray for them.

But, I am speaking of the lazy parent who refuses to teach their child right from wrong.

And the boys and men shan't be left unkown. They can act just as bad. Tomorrow, I'll write on men's modesty!

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Watch out for lightning!

Well, Slabbinck is starting to make......good vestments! No, not quality, their quality is superb. Their designs are absolutely horrid, and just looking at them give me headaches. However, now they have a bit of aesthetical taste. Perhaps they hath a new designing crew?

Now don't read me wrongly, some of the vestments they do make are quite nice, a whole 2% of them. Well, lets raise that to 5% now, so the occupiers don't have their go.

However as the wonderful Fr Z has pointed out, these are not true Roman vestments, however again, they are quite nice! 

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Bl Takeri Tekakwitha: whose saint is she?

From the Toronto Star, we have this
Are those damned Yankees trying to claim a Canadian saint for their own?
With the impending canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha, the 17-century Mohawk woman will be among the 12 Americans who have ascended to sainthood.
At least if you ask some south of the border.
Here, we know Tekakwitha as the soon-to-be first Canadian aboriginal saint, who tended to the sick and elderly at Jesuit missions outside Montreal.
Middle-aged Quebeckers may remember reading about her in their Catholic school books. One priest described her as “the protectress of Canada.”
The tiff over which country she belongs to has gone on for more than 100 years.
Known as “Lily of the Mohawks,” Tekakwitha was born in New York.
Her elevation to sainthood is already stirring talk of tourism to the villages of Fonda and Auriesville, where there are shrines dedicated to her. One of the properties houses the archeological site of where she was baptized in 1676.
The California-based website Catholic Online praised Tekakwitha as an “American religious” figure renowned for her “life’s work in rural New York.”
Yet for the deacon of St. Francis Xavier Church in Kahnawake, Que., where Tekakwitha is entombed in a marble shrine, she belongs to neither country. She is a North American native, a healer who walked the Earth before either nation had formed.
“All kinds of people can say, ‘She’s our saint’ and mean it sincerely. The actual historical facts give them all some plausibility,” said Allan Greer, a McGill University history professor who authored the book, Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuit.
“There’s no way of adjudicating today who is right, because, in a certain sense, they all are.”
Emphasis be mine. As far as I am concerned, I think she should remain God's, and such battles over which country she belongs to, are silly. She is a Saint of the Church.

To be fair, she was born in what is now New York, USA. She died in Quebec, Canada. Both have a claim! That is a compromise. But, she was a native. She is known as the Lily of the Mohawks, not the Lily of Canada or the Lily of the United States, or the Lily of Quebec. That is my opinion.

But what can I say?

From the bottom of my heart, I wish all my dear
readers a happy and glorious New Years!
But, please, do not forget that
it is still Christmas!

Monday, 2 January 2012

The Canadian Ordinariate

From Whispers in the Loggia...
While the Vatican's announcement of the launch of the US' Anglican Ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter takes top line today, a key sidebar of the news has freshly presented itself.

Over recent weeks, reports from Canada have hinted that the country's number of Anglican entrants "do not warrant" the establishment of a separate national jurisdiction.

Accordingly, while a letter from Bishop Douglas Crosby of Hamilton obtained by Whispers heralds the Ontario diocese's reception today of a "small group" of former Anglicans into full Catholic communion, the text goes on to indicate that, "in due time," the received group will "become part of the Personal Ordinariate that is being erected in the United States."

In other words, it seems the community of the Chair won't end at the 49th Parallel. To be sure, though, any extension of the Ordinariate's boundaries beyond the canonical territory of the US bishops (as stated in the CDF's founding decree) would require the provision of the Holy See.\
Considering this is in CANADA, I think it would be more appropriate to have it under the UK Ordinariate, but hey, I'm happy!