Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Picture Rumored to be taken at the Chancery



As Rod Stewart once said, every picture tells a story, don't it.

Sources tell me that when Carol Gustavson saw it, the yoga class came to an abrupt halt. She rushed out of the building to see if she could recruit him for Fr. Coutier's 'pastoral planning' position to head up parish mergers. Sources say they hung the sign from the bird suspended over the Altar in the Chancery Chapel.

13 comments:

Maria said...

ROFLM Arse off!!!!!!!!!! He must be a Jesuit, huh? No testosterone required in the Society of Jesus.

susan said...

OY!!!....just,....oy.

Carol said...

Intellectually neutered by someone. Fr. James Martin and Joan Chittister are on my list of suspects!

breathnach said...

Poster boy(?) for the supporters of an unreformed LCWR!!!!

Jack O'Malley said...

He (she?) is a bloody sight more attractive than most feminists.

This creature probably was both an altar boy and an altar girl. Maybe this is Jack Connors' son? Or Mary La Grassa's daughter? Or their epicene love child?

Maria is right about the hormone deficient Jebbies. Don't get me started.

Where do you find this stuff? :-) Serva fidem. On second thought, you are the Faith!

Carol said...

Breathnach, I totally thought of LCWR!

Jack - I'm only speaking for all of us who are gathered here - to expiate my own contribution to the madness in the glory days of buying into some of this stuff! I found this on facebook.

The funny thing about Jack and Mary - I doubt they would do this to their own children. That they would do it to families that are challenged in one way or another is what makes steam blow out of my ears.

Maria said...

LOL Jack!!! Carol, maybe we have, you know, an association of transgendered "altar servers" we we weren't aware of. Maybe he/she is the lead server. It gets sicker and sicker by the hour. Fr. Martin absent his manhood. Chittister absent her womanhood. It is a mixed up kinda world now, aint it?

PS Fr. Martin, or "Fr. Jim" as they are wont to refer to him, is fomenting and twittering further dissent against the Bishops with a "virtual support group" on twitter for all the "vicitm nuns" oppressed by the big bad hierarchy. Here is the hash tag: (#WhatSistersMeanToMe) LOL. Let us hope and pray that the Holy Spirit impels them to leave the country to start their own communist enclave --they can bring the all the Jesuits who hate the church with them. They can rid themselves of God altogether and take turns worshipping each other... Nite nite ;)

Carol said...

I saw a story on Martin's asinine twitter. If only the Vatican would bring the hammer down on the men in Roman collars leading Christ's flock into perdition.

The only good thing I can say about it is, he was the only one. Their cowardice is finally hitting pay dirt for us.

Maria said...

Carol: Amen. In some ways, I think the best thing that has happened to the Church in the last fifty years is Obama and his war on us. The Bishopric is standing tall and we are at their side. We are awake. We are defending the Church. People are being forced to fight for the faith, which is what we should have been doing all along. The wolves are at the door. The Bishops know that we could go down. If religious freedom is preserved, the country will owe a debt to the Catholic church. "Where sin abounded, grace abounded all the more".

Carol said...

Totally agree. I hope and pray the ending of the story is this easy. The fact that it's only Martin is a good sign. Maybe just enough blood in the dry martyrdom to germinate the resurrection. Praying for mercy but me gut tells me it's going to get ugly.

Jack O'Malley said...

Carol: If only the Vatican would bring the hammer down on the men in Roman collars leading Christ's flock into perdition.

The Vatican is impotent. Viz., the Pope's response to the heretical German episcopate in the matter of "pro multis", available passim on the internet.

Nothing will be done. Words will be written. Deeds will default. It will take a century or more to restore the Church.

I haven't got that long. Newborns haven't either. Perhaps Orthodoxy is the interim solution. Until Orthodoxy purifies the Roman protestant apostasy.

Maria said...

It is going to take a long time, Jack, no doubt. In Malachi Martin's "Windswept House" the Pope--John Paul II fictionalized--is asked to get the priests in the US in line. He says: "I have told them. They don't listen". No edicts from Rome will change these men, only an encounter with the risen Christ can change a man's heart. Me? I fast and pray for priests. I don't believe there is any other way out of this.

Carol said...

Many problems exist at the Vatican but they are far from impotent. Keep praying!