Sunday, April 7, 2013
Second in command at the Office for Religious Orders.
Reading the spin of the secular media outlets and journalists notorious for teaching Catholics infidelity at National Catholic Reporter -et al, the appointment is a sign that the Holy Father will order the polyester pants of nuns now under the scrutiny of the Holy See to be foisted and hung in the Sanctuaries beside the galeros. He is signaling the return of the nuns who teach licentiousness to Christ's flock.
They cracked the code earlier in the week. Apparently, the Holy Father's reformation of the Holy See will be to transfer anyone who upholds Church teaching. It all became crystal clear when he said that women have an important and fundamental role in the Church and kissed a little girl in St. Peter's Square. These actions signal he will contradict infallible teachings of the Church and ordain women.
What I heard the Holy Father say was that women have always had the significant role of passing on the faith to their children and grandchildren. Always have, always will. It was a gentle invitation and reminder that Christ entrusted His most precious job to women. The most rewarding work is right under their noses.
Others see subliminal messages from the Pope.
They've concluded the Pope will exercise his authority for these same mothers and grandparents (who spent the last few decades appealing to Rome to discipline priests and teachers appointed to contradict Church teaching) to oust the prelates who adjudicate matters through upholding truth and Church teaching.
He's going to replace them with prelates who glorify nuns and priests and lay people who tell those same children and grandchildren not to listen to faithful parents, grandparents or Church teaching because it is hateful and oppressive.
Thus far, it still seems - at least to me - the media is misinterpreting what the Holy Father is saying.
I'm not saying he won't because I don't have a crystal ball.
Maybe the Holy Father wants to teach love by giving the children of mothers and grandmothers role models who teach love by sexually exploiting their minds and souls, thereby robbing them of salvation, so long as we work to give eggs and toast to the hungry and put a roof over the head of the homeless.
This certainly has been the protocol here in Boston, so it is not outside of the realm of possibility that the Holy Father will adopt this disordered execution and witness of love.
Perhaps the Pope has the high hope that if he suffocates truth and Church teaching and empowers those with long history of defiling the souls of those same children and grandchildren, mothers and grandmothers will entrust our families (and consequently future generation of our ancestors) into what would clearly be inspiration from the demonic and the formal erection of a counterfeit church in the Chair of Peter.
I don't know. He doesn't look that stupid to me.
That would render that same role of women which he claims to be of critical importance, an exercise in futility.
I don't know. Maybe he thinks women look that stupid.
These are the facts: We know all of the players because we've spent the last twenty years seeking relief. We know the games.
What you see in the public square or on television are not the kind of women who are devoted to children and grandchildren. The Holy See does not have to play rope a dope with us. Mothers and grandmothers interested in the salvation of their children's souls and the souls of their children's children, are not as dumb as we look, nor as weak.
We want faithful prelates appointed to our dicastries so that when we go up the chain of command to report corruption, the corrupt will disciplined and removed, sent for counseling and spiritual healing.
If he packs up faithful prelates and colonizes the Holy See with the same unjust judges and thugs who claim their false clap-happy fornicating gospels are some kind of new evangelization for the 'poor', bad end that. Bad end.
Everyone in charge of anything - from the local parish, to every chancery and every dicastry in Rome - is going to be needing a hefty supply of Tums and toilet paper.
We're sending the flare across the bow of the Roman Ship with words of wisdom from a very, very wise prophetess: When Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.