Apparently, the laser light show desecration of St. Peters earlier this month was just the beginning as plans are underway to host a similar event on “Earth Day” (April 22, 2016). This next one, however, will be a lower budget, in-house production created by members of the Bergoglian Green Team.
A friend in the Roman Curia (who wishes to remain anonymous, for obvious reasons) sent the following video clip taken from a recent closed-door rehearsal. I have to admit that it’s not as bad as I expected, but they obviously still have some work to do.
Now that was hilarious. Thanks lol.
What an excellent way to finish the year!
Happy New Year
Love that video Louie!!!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Delightful, Mr V!
A Happy New Year to you and yours.
“Oh green train sounding louder, glide on the green train…oooooaaahhheeeeeaaaaahhhhhoooooaaaah, come on the green train, yeah green train holey roller….” I couldn’t tell if the silhouette was Montini, or maybe Roncalli…could have been Wojtyla. I recognised but couldn’t resist a chuckle at Ratzinger wearing antlers.
PS. Cant wait for the free version of the Siscoe and Salza Sede Snow-job. But I doubt it will ever be free, unlike this in-depth look at the errors of Michael Davis.
May seeking and accepting truth be everyones’ New Year’s resolution. Christ is King!
Louie, thanks for the humor (we all need it!). However, I’m hoping that Bergoglio doesn’t visit your blog and think: “Wow! That’s a great idea!!”
The really sad thing though is that I thought this was true.
Louie, I’m afraid I have to disagree with you a bit on this one.
St. Peter himself often earned his keep making bunny silhouettes on rocks by torchlight. This is why we have a book called “*Acts*” of the Apostles, after all.
That is what I heard at my local seminary, anyway.
Now I am REALLY confused. Is that true or not. Someone please tell me.. .really please. It’s absurdly herterical…either way.
It is one of Louie’s jokes, dear Cortez.
Louie helps us to laugh sometimes in spite of the pain of our being witnesses to the total demolition of Our Holy Catholic Church.
Remember a saint often has a good sense of humor. Remember St. Lawrence
telling his torturers wh
Wait that was not supposed to post yet….. Sorry.
Anyway, St. Lawrence asked his torturers, “Turn me over. I’m done on this side.”
And I have heard that St. Padre Pio had a great sense of humor.
Louie has a great sense of humor. Thanks be to Our Good God for that. And thank God for his wit, his clarity of thought, and for his dedication to Our Holy Mother and Our Holy Catholic Church. We all benefit from his gifts.
May God bless you in this new year, Louie ……
and may He bless you and your family, Cortez!
It could have been. When a parody can be a ‘pope’, something is seriously wrong. But then Bergoglio leaves parody in the dust – he is a living public perversion of Catholic Faith and a daily attack upon the Chair of Saint Peter and its true successors. And yet, he is simply the Frankstien’s ‘monster’ of the VII ‘Doctor Newchurch’.
PPS. the demands of Truth don’t always leave us with taken-for-granted worldly comforts – aka the Novus Ordo.
Servant of Our Lady, thank you for your clear response. I’m sure many joined in my confusion, as this video clip seems to capture well the squimishly, cringe-worthy and uncomfortable tackiness of today’s classless New Order church.
Who supports Fr Courteney Murray? Bishop Sheen.
Once there was a Catholic town
Where most the folks did Christly works.
But now the devil rests his crown
On the sales of counterfeit clerks.
WHO SAID THIS…..?
Don’t let your life be barren. Be useful. Make yourself felt. Shine forth with the torch of your faith and your love.
With your apostolic life, wipe out the trail of filth and slime left by the corrupt sowers of hatred. And set aflame all the ways of the earth with the fire of Christ that you bear in your heart.
St. Josemaria Escriva
That is correct
Escriva…the treasurer and godfather of opus dei said and did many things. Including, in true Novus Ordo fashion, that a woman Jewish convert need not seek baptism as it would upset her parents. This an abominable teaching. Something only haters of Christ’s truth and promise could accept.
Meanwhile, if we are going to play guess who is and is not Catholic with unnamed quotes, guess who said this? “Reputation is rarely in portion with virtue.” So true in the case of the heresiarchs. One could say these days, that perceived authority is rarely in proportion with Catholicity. Catholicity is utterly necessary for authority. But what Novus Ordite cares about Catholicity?
REFLECTIONS ON VIRTUE
To be able to practise five things everywhere under heaven constitutes perfect virtue…gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness, and kindness.
* Confucius, Analects, fifth century B.C.
* To gain a reputation for virtue, grieve over those you injure.
* Mason Cooley, American aphorist. City Aphorisms, Fourth Selection (1987).
* Villainy wears many masks, none so dangerous as the mask of virtue.
* Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) in the film, Sleepy Hollow (1999).
* Virtue is harder to be got than knowledge of the world; and, if lost in a young man, is seldom recovered.
* John Locke, Some Thoughts Concerning Education (1693) Sec. 70.
* Virtue is not a mushroom, that springeth up of itself in one night when we are asleep, or regard it not; but a delicate plant, that groweth slowly and tenderly, needing much pains to cultivate it, much care to guard it, much time to mature it, in our untoward soil, in this world’s unkindly weather.
* Isaac Barrow, p. 612.
* What the world calls virtue is a name and a dream without Christ. The foundation of all human excellence must be laid deep in the blood of the Redeemer’s cross, and in the power of His resurrection.
* Frederick William Robertson, p. 612.
He subjected himself in sincerity to the good men whom he visited, and learned thoroughly where each surpassed him in zeal and discipline. He observed the graciousness of one; the unceasing prayer of another; he took knowledge of another’s freedom from anger and another’s loving-kindness; he gave heed to one as he watched, to another as he studied; one he admired for his endurance, another for his fasting and sleeping on the ground; the meekness of one and the long-suffering of another he watched with care, while he took note of the piety towards Christ and the mutual love which animated all. Thus filled, he returned to his own place of discipline, and henceforth would strive to unite the qualities of each, and was eager to show in himself the virtues of all.
* Athanasius of Alexandria, Life of Anthony of Egypt § 4
A sermon on truth, that exposes the mstery of iniquity that is Novus Ordo and its leaders.
Why does it not surprise me that you would Locke on ‘virtue’.
BTW, the quote was from St Francis de Sales. A Catholic Saint.
Please provide your source for the quote from St. Francis de Sales, “Reputation is rarely in portion with virtue.” Thank you.
Brilliant as ever!
Type in the quote and you will get a hundred hits attributing it to Saint Francis de Sales. As for the exact translation from his Treatise or Devotion – look it up. Do you dislike the quote?
Here’s a couple more: “…pagan virtues are only virtues in comparison with vices, but in comparison with the virtues of true Christians, are quite unworthy of the name of virtues…” A warning to the most unvirtuous Wojtyla and Ratzinger and Bergoglio.
“…mortal sin ruins all the merit of virtues…” Another warning to the most unvirtuous Bergoglio and his fathers in the VII Faith.
EM, are you taking the mickey with those quotes or have you simply lost all sense of Catholicism? Never once in all the months of posting on this site have you evinced the slightest detest over the perversion of Catholicism by men who belong to belial. In fact you evince a freemasonic serenity/indifference that Kasperian and Ko. would applaud. Where do you stand? And where will everyone be standing when the vikar of belial celebrates for centuries of antichrist evil in 2017?
Another: “It was not love of honest virtue, but
love of honour which pricked forward those wise men of this world to the exercise of virtue.”