Tuesday, 17 November 2015

To my Anonymous and dear, dear friend

My dear Anonymous friend,

I received your comment today on a post a few below this one. I publish all comments unless they are derogatory to the Catholic faith, even those which insult and deride me. Thank you for helping me to be humble and realise what a sad and miserable man I really am.


"I am deeply saddened by the inner-turmoil and confusion that voices itself in the writing of this blog author. I am also sad for all the people who this person misleads because of his own confusion and self-deception. on What does Thomas J. Rosica, CSB not get about Islam?"

Your comment reminds me of someone whom I know. He has often expressed to me his "sadness" over my obvious mental instability and my inferior spiritual maturity in the most hypocritical and superficial of ways. He has accused me of all kinds of things and has even threatened my livelihood in more ways than one.

You, like him; are the one that really needs sympathy. You are free to think as you and I am free to think as me. Others are too. The beauty of the Internet is that we can all find each other and express our opinions and even more; we can defend the Catholic Church and the Faith given to us by Christ from men such as you that would tear her down. This is very hard for you to understand given your obvious clericalist-fascism.

You say you are "deeply saddened" about my supposed "inner-turmoil." That would come as some surprise to dearest Fox and my many friends, to be sure. As I am one who often wears his heart on his sleeve, they would be the first to know if I were suffering from some unreported "inner turmoil." As for the people whom I allegedly "mislead," it is not I, dear friend, but it is you who misleads and everyone knows it.

You see, you wake up in the morning and you must come to grips with the fact that your life is straw. You have reached the pinnacle and yet, you are standing on thin ice. The ice will crack soon and you will be left in the frigid water to fend for yourself. You have no fruit, no progeny. You have this reality, that your work over your lifetime has been for nought because it is based on error and lies and heresy. Reading this makes you angry because you are all alone and faced with the reality that it is all going to come crashing down and you will be left with nothing because you lack everything, you lack true Faith.

Truly friend, it is you whom we should all be "deeply saddened by the inner-turmoil" which you in fact suffer and the gross "misleading" which you undertake on a regular basis.

Have a nice day.

Vox

Part, the Second

They must be really worried that Vox and others are not afraid to fight back and expose them or they wouldn't be paying any attention.

Anonymous said...
"You have reached the pinnacle and yet, you are standing on thin ice. The ice will crack soon and you will be left in the frigid water to fend for yourself"

I felt a little threat here. Dude, you really need to step down and take some medicines. Your blog is killing your soul.

Blah, blah, blah. The Church of the "tradilocos" isn't more than one tenth of her, according to number of the coward clergies in the Synod who supposedly had sent a letter to their Pope just to denied it thereafter.

That's: who is living for nothing, to be a sterile man, etc., it's seeming to be another person here. Do you agree, Vox?
12:42 a.m., November 18, 2015
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Blogger Vox Cantoris said...

Oh my Anonymous II, such a little fool you are. You see, if the Church of the "tradilocos" as you refer to them are no more than a tenth, then that simply lines up with the words of Our Lord Jesus Christ as to whether He will find "any faith" left on earth when He returns. It also lines up with Benedict XVI's words in 1969 about a "smaller Church."

You see, the Church is not the buildings. It is the people of Christ under a bishop and under a pope, (even if he is wrong on many things). You can have the buildings, we will have the Faith. As Blessed Anne Katherine Emmerich said, "the bread would not rise." Your bread is dead, as is your own soul, sold out to modernism.

Your disdain for the thirteen Cardinals (one of whom was our own in Toronto) reveals your own heretical and sodomitcal notions of what the Church is all about. As for threats, you're a liar. Now, go to Confession, if you still believe in it.
5:34 a.m., November 18, 2015
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13 comments:

Dorota said...

It takes effort to understand Islam, while it takes none to repeat propaganda slogans: "Unity in diversity". There is unity between lukewarm nominal "Catholics" and "Muslims". An ignoramus will even feel righteous and enlightened for saying: We worship the same god.
Between those who preach false doctrines and the (unadulterated) Word of God, between liars and deceivers and God, there is no unity whatsoever.
Lovers of lies repel God, and God repels them. The "feeling" is mutual. Those headed for hell are not on this path because God is not merciful, they are on this path, because they reject the merciful and just God. He lets them, as He endowed them with free will.
The turmoil I experience faced with liars who deceive first themselves, and then millions, stems from my love for Truth, not from ignorance of foolish and evil propaganda aka "the spirit of the times".
Once they have compromised, found unity between lie and truth (as is the habit in Masonic lodges), they developed a disposition, an affliction, a tolerance, a mental cloud - which is preventing them for seeing things clearly, like an honest and intelligent person would. The easiest thing, accessible to a child, is beyond their reach now.
An honest person, who believes Jesus, can not possibly seek unity with Muslims. Such a person will seek to help Muslims find a way to Jesus, who alone (He said so Himself) is the Way, the Truth and the life.

Anonymous said...

Thank you my Brother in Christ for defending our Catholic faith may God bless you and protect you from our enemies.
Matthew 5:11-12
“Blessed are you when men revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so men persecuted the prophets who were before you.

Maudie N Mandeville said...

If Anonymous' boyfriend had any children before dumping his family and coming out, he might consider them his step-progeny in a homosexual sort of union (although most of his boyfriends would still probably be too young).

Ana Milan said...

I thought Anonymous's boyfriend was the character referred to in the article. Am I mistaken?

Mary said...

The anonymous in question obviously knows he can't engage in honest debate with you, so he attempts to denigrate you.. What he doesn't seem to grasp is he exposes his bitterness and hate for Christ and Christians, he seems to need others to be as miserable as he is.

Lee said...

It's not only Traditional Catholics that have had enough of father Rosica, MANY novus ordo Catholics are complaining and asking questions about him now. It's incredulous how much scandal he has brought to the Church. He seems like he will do whatever it takes, good or bad, to draw attention to himself. It is very unfortunate for him and others that he hasn't used that creative energy to bring souls to Christ like he is supposed to do.

In JM+JT,

Lee

Anonymous said...

O Tommy R...Where art thou?

Thank you and God reward you Mr. Vox Cantoris for standing up and confronting these fascist roaches.

Anonymous said...

"You have reached the pinnacle and yet, you are standing on thin ice. The ice will crack soon and you will be left in the frigid water to fend for yourself"

I felt a little threat here. Dude, you really need to step down and take some medicines. Your blog is killing your soul.

Blah, blah, blah. The Church of the "tradilocos" isn't more than one tenth of her, according to number of the coward clergies in the Synod who supposedly had sent a letter to their Pope just to denied it thereafter.

That's: who is living for nothing, to be a sterile man, etc., it's seeming to be another person here. Do you agree, Vox?

Eirene said...

Dear Vox - I am totally at sea with all this and haven't a clue what
Anonymous is on about! Just lots of words. However, I DO know what
Fr. Rosica is on about and it is not pretty. I personally really like your blog and send bits of it to friends, who are also most
interested. Thanks again for your perseverance and zeal. You are
actually DOING SOMETHING rather than just blabbing on about weird
stuff under the tag of "Anonymous"!

Vox Cantoris said...

Oh my Anonymous II, such a little fool you are. You see, if the Church of the "tradilocos" as you refer to them are no more than a tenth, then that simply lines up with the words of Our Lord Jesus Christ as to whether He will find "any faith" left on earth when He returns. It also lines up with Benedict XVI's words in 1969 about a "smaller Church."

You see, the Church is not the buildings. It is the people of Christ under a bishop and under a pope, (even if he is wrong on many things). You can have the buildings, we will have the Faith. As Blessed Anne Katherine Emmerich said, "the bread would not rise." Your bread is dead, as is your own soul, sold out to modernism.

Your disdain for the thirteen Cardinals (one of whom was our own in Toronto) reveals your own heretical and sodomitcal notions of what the Church is all about. As for threats, you're a liar. Now, go to Confession, if you still believe in it.

Dorota said...

How can any Christian not know about the wide gate/path versus the narrow? How can they consider adherence to the ways of the fallen world and the applause received for this cowardly and stupid way of life, to be a confirmation of success? It is proof of compromise and error. It is lukewarmness despised by God. Was Jesus applauded or crucified? Did He not say that His followers should expect the same?

Mark Thomas said...

I read Father Rosica's article about Islam that Vox had linked...and in fariness to Father Rosica he simply offered that which Vatican II and our Vatican II Era Popes have said in regard to Islam.

For example, Father Rosica's attitude toward Islam reflects the teachings that Pope Benedict XVI offered during a September 25, 2006 A.D. address to the representatives of the Muslim communities, Castel Gandolfo:

"Dear Cardinal Poupard, Your Excellencies, Dear Muslim Friends,

"I am pleased to welcome you to this gathering that I wanted to arrange in order to strengthen the bonds of friendship and solidarity between the Holy See and Muslim communities throughout the world.

"In this particular context, I should like to reiterate today all the esteem and the profound respect that I have for Muslim believers, calling to mind the words of the Second Vatican Council which for the Catholic Church are the Magna Carta of Muslim-Christian dialogue:

"The Church looks upon Muslims with respect. They worship the one God living and subsistent, merciful and almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, who has spoken to humanity and to whose decrees, even the hidden ones, they seek to submit themselves whole-heartedly, just as Abraham, to whom the Islamic faith readily relates itself, submitted to God".

"Placing myself firmly within this perspective, I have had occasion, since the very beginning of my pontificate, to express my wish to continue establishing bridges of friendship with the adherents of all religions, showing particular appreciation for the growth of dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

"As I underlined at Cologne last year, "Inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue between Christians and Muslims cannot be reduced to an optional extra. It is, in fact, a vital necessity, on which in large measure our future depends.

"Continuing, then, the work undertaken by my predecessor, Pope John Paul II, I sincerely pray that the relations of trust which have developed between Christians and Muslims over several years, will not only continue, but will develop further in a spirit of sincere and respectful dialogue, based on ever more authentic reciprocal knowledge which, with joy, recognizes the religious values that we have in common and, with loyalty, respects the differences.

"Inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue is a necessity for building together this world of peace and fraternity ardently desired by all people of good will."

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Whether our Vatican II Era Popes have missed the mark in regard to Islam is one thing...but again, in fairness to Father Rosica, all he did was to adhere to Rome's party line in regard to Moselms.

I believe that Rome's current policy in regard to Islam has not, in particular, benefitted the Christian West (or whatever little remains of the Christian West).

I believe also that Christians in other regions throughout the world have not benefited by the manner in which our Vatican II Era Popes have acted in regard to Islam.

But again, Father Rosica has simply adhered to Rome's line in regard to Islam.

Finally, there are bishops, particularly within the Middle East, who have challenged Rome's current policy toward Islam. I believe that more and more Catholics are challenging Rome's policy toward Islam...a policy that is certainly not infallible.

But Father Rosica, in fairness to him, simply adhered to that which Popes Francis, Benedict XVI, Saint John Paul II, and Venerable Paul VI have said in regard to Catholic-Islamic "dialogue".

Pax.

Mark Thomas

Lilian Josefina said...

I'm so glad to see the the Truth being said. Thank you. At the same time distressed to see so many going in the path of false unity. I experience this every day. It gives me a little consolation that I'm not alone. God bless you and the blog of Vox Cantoris