MSM On The Pope

Pope Francis recently made a historic – it was the first in history a Pope has addressed Congress – address to the US Congress. Unsurprisingly, it made a few waves in the world’s 24 hour media cycle.

The MSM had specific agendas when covering the Pope's congressional address
The MSM On The Pope’s Address To Congress

What most don’t know is that Pope Francis’ speech covered multiple topics and included exhortations for change or action on a variety of topics. In truth, it’d be hard for most people to know that since the Lamestream Media limited its coverage to only those topics that would sit well with their target audience and demographics.

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Hubris Is A Sin

Confess Don't Gloat
Hubris Is A Sin

One should remember, if one is Catholic, that the Confessional is for the confession and repentance of sins, not the boasting of good works. 😉 Of course, it’s also important to remember one’s catechism so that one can tell difference between sin and community service.

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Veni Veni Emmanuel

For my Christian readers, especially those who are Catholic or Anglican, here’s something old school to celebrate the coming of Christmas with.

Domine, ad adiuvandum me festina. Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spiritui Sancto. Sicut erat in principio, et nunc et semper, et in saecula saeculorum. Amen. Alleluia.

It is after the last week of Advent.

Veni Veni, Emmanuel

It is a metrical version of the Antiphon, O Emmanuel and dates back to at least the 12th century.

O Emmanuel, Rex et legifer noster, exspectatio gentium, et Salvator earum: veni ad salvandum nos Domine Deus noster.

That particular antiphon would be sung, chanted, or recited at Vespers on December 23rd and is the final in the series of “O Antiphons.”

So enjoy a bit of the past and its grace and majesty, my friends and other readers. Worry yourselves not one bit over the Pagan who’s so familiar with traditions that you’ve long ago cast aside. 😉

Merry Christmas!

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The Shar’ia Times

Dhimmitude For Dummies Some years ago the New York Times, once known as the Grey Lady, degenerated into the Dirty Whore but, in the last decade that rag has chosen more and more to turn against America in favor of whoring itself out to Islam and the filth that follow the ranting of their disgusting Pedophile Prophet.

Their dhimmitude has been long established, but now they’ve taken the next step by attacking the Catholic Church, while defending their mis-born, subhuman, Muslim masters.

When a group the Godless, Freedom From Religion Foundation, tried to take out a full-page ad in the New York which offensively attacked the Catholic Church and called on people to leave it, the editors at the Dirty Whore thought that was just fine and dandy. But when the American Freedom Defense Initiative sought to take out a deliberately similar ad against Islam, the traitorous dhimmis at the Times refused to run it because it would offend Muslims.

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Anti-Catholic = A-OK
Anti-Islam = Nooooo!



They might as well now be called the Shar’ia Times since they chosen to utilize pro-Islam, Anti-Christian “faith-based” editorial control over the advertisements that they’re willing to run in their paper as an overt sign of their submission to the savage baby-rapers of Islam.

Indeed, the filth running the Dirty Whore have now moved beyond mere submission and into the realm of collaboration with America’s terrorist enemies – and we know the proper fate for collaborators.

This is how terrorists win and how Islam spreads. They rely on their own animalistic savagery and the abject cowardice displayed by so many titular members of the Civilized World to coerce people into working for them.

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H/T to Boudica for bringing this to my attention.

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Jesuit Or Dominican?

Throughout much of its history the Catholic church has relied heavily upon its religious orders. The orders fulfilled varied missions and duties for the mother church that were not best performed by the clerks regular.


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This has, not surprisingly caused some friction and competition between the various religious orders. It’s natural that they compete for funding, prestige, and postulants.

Two young men considering a religious vocation were having a conversation. What is similar about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders? the one asked.

The second replied, Well, they were both founded by Spaniards St. Dominic for the Dominicans, and St. Ignatius of Loyola for the Jesuits. They were also both founded to combat heresy the Dominicans to fight the Albigensians, and the Jesuits to fight the Protestants.

What is different about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders? The first asked.

Met any Albigensians lately?

That about sums that one up. The Dominicans ensured that the Catholic church’s “catharsis” was complete. The Jesuits, on the other hand, weren’t nearly so effective. 😆

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