HomeBlog PostBallad for Bergoglio Ballad for Bergoglio Louie December 4, 2015 18 Comments Liberal / Conservative lie #473: So-called “traditionalists” (akaCatholics) take themselves too seriously and need to lighten up a little. Follow us on: Tweet Related Posts INTERVIEW: Investigative journalist Randy Engel Words of wisdom and encouragement from a Father Who are we: Americans or Catholics? Latest Comments john6 December 4, 2015 Hahahahaha far better than Sr cristina Log in to Reply Harris December 4, 2015 I sparked my lighter and started to sway… Bravo. Log in to Reply my2cents December 4, 2015 Louie, I know you produced this video as comic relief during this tragic papacy, but the words are much too true. The expression on your face throughout the video and especially in the end reveals your saddness shared by all of us. We must pray for a quick end to this “papacy”. I never thought I’d wish for a pope to resign. He needs to “go away”! Thank you, Louie. You’re great! Log in to Reply Cortez December 4, 2015 This is not comic relief. I didn’t smile once. This is extremely sad…a man obviously devouted to the Catholic Church. Log in to Reply my2cents December 5, 2015 Cortez–“a man devoted to the Catholic Church”?? Are you referring to Bergoglio or Mr. Verrecchio? Log in to Reply Cortez December 5, 2015 I said “Catholic Church”. Louie! Of couse! Thanks for pouring your heart out, Louie. I feel your pain, man. Our Lady of Good Success. ..pray for us! Log in to Reply my2cents December 5, 2015 Sorry for my confusion, Cortez. There are many out there who would defend Bergoglio against aka Catholics who are in the battle to restore Christ’s Church which is under attack. Our Lady of Good Success predicted this attack coming from the very top. Our Lady of Good Success, pray for us INDEED!!! Thank you, Cortez and God bless! Log in to Reply Lynda December 5, 2015 From a holy and persecuted priest, a true pastor of souls: http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/2196-a-blueprint-for-returning-to-and-restoring-tradition Log in to Reply Alarico December 5, 2015 Does Louie love the Church? (Do you love the Churh, Louie?) And he answered with this song. Log in to Reply Lynda December 5, 2015 Laurence England is brilliant in a similar vein: http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.ie/2015/12/a-word-from-our-advertisers.html?m=1 Log in to Reply salvemur December 6, 2015 When people are willing to dump the Novus Ordo comfort zone and call it and it’s hersiarchs, ‘warlocks’ ( http://www.dailycatholic.org/cumexapo.htm ), then maybe there will be the long prayed for sea change from obstinate self-serving heresy in the false Heirarchy to the false laity, and Catholic might return to the ‘buildngs’ ( “They have the buildings, we have the faith.” -St Athanasius). The parishes, the dioceses, the Vatican will remain outside the Church otherwise. Log in to Reply salvemur December 6, 2015 PS. An extraordinary minister, a gay presider and a false-pope walk into an Irish pub…the ghost of Bugnini and Roncalli and Montini and Wojtyla rise up through the beer-stained floor-boards. “Look” says the extraordinary minster falling to her knees in adoration. “Feck”, says the gay-presider turning to the publican for another. “Ah, yes”, says the false-pope, tipping his skullcap to the kingdom of hell. Log in to Reply Ever mindful December 6, 2015 The Advent Virus Anonymous via email WARNING……WARNING: ADVENT VIRUS Be on the alert for symptoms of inner Hope, Peace, Joy and Love. The hearts of a great many have already been exposed to this virus and it is possible that people everywhere could come down with it in epidemic proportions. This could pose a serious threat to what has, up to now, been a fairly stable condition of conflict in the world. Some signs and symptoms of The Advent Virus: * A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences. * An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment. * A loss of interest in judging other people. * A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others. * A loss of interest in conflict. * A loss of the ability to worry. (This is a very serious symptom.) * Frequent, overwhelming episodes of appreciation. * Contented feelings of connectedness with others and nature. * Frequent attacks of smiling. * An increasing tendency to let things happen rather than make them happen. * An increased susceptibility to the love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to extend it. Please send this warning out to all your friends. This virus can and has affected many systems. Some systems have been completely cleaned out because of it. Log in to Reply salvemur December 6, 2015 No need. Just accept the truth, realising true adherents are just passengers on the Barque of St Peter; but also understanding that the wicked burden of the N.O. is an egotistical narrative that would and does present so many pretty sinking ships one may as well forget about swimming, Log in to Reply Lynda December 6, 2015 Sounds like the reason- and Faith-killing New Age Buddhist hypnosis that infected the Church wholesale from the sixties and seventies – all about feeling good, destroying right judgment and conscience. A virus that kills Catholic Faith, Hope and Joy which come from adherence to Him Who is the Way, the Truth and the Life. The Cross, sacrificial love of the soldier of Christ, is what brings the eternal fruits and gives glory to God and helps save souls. Log in to Reply Ever mindful December 6, 2015 On a different note… ADVENT REFLECTIONS (In prison) Never have I entered on Advent so vitally and intensely alert as I am now. When I pace my cell, up and down, three paces one way and three the other, my hands manacled, an unknown fate in front of me, then the tidings of our Lord’s coming to redeem the world and deliver it have a different and much more vivid meaning. And my mind keeps going back to the angel someone gave me as a present during Advent two or three years ago. It bore the inscription: “Be of good cheer. The Lord is near.” A bomb destroyed it. The same bomb killed the donor and I often have the feeling that he is rendering me some heavenly aid. Fr Alfred Delp Priest and martyr Log in to Reply Servant of Our Lady December 7, 2015 Well said, Lynda. Log in to Reply aroamingcatholicny December 7, 2015 Great Billy Joel, Louie! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.