Tuesday, 14 August 2018

FILTHY, PERVERTED SODOMITE BASTARD PRIEST MADE CHILD STRIP NAKED AND POSE AS OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

O GOD, SEND FORTH YOUR JUSTICE AND SMITE THESE MEN TO HELL!



34 comments:

Dan said...

But... but... hey look! Francis is soooo cool... into the environment 'n all.

Anonymous said...

The institutional Catholic Church is spiritually dead, having been repeatedly raped for centuries, now left desolate and in complete subjugation to sodomites and their masters known in Scripture as the Synagogue of Satan!!! The Holy Spirit has Ichabod (departed) from the institution. The institutional "Titanic" is now perpendicular on its way to sinking beneath the cold icy waters of hell itself. What remains are a few scattered "life boats" that are feverishly seeking distance to escape getting sucked down with it, while awaiting rescue from afar.

When looking at the stages of grief (see below) that one experiences at the loss of a loved one, I would place myself as slowly leaving the depression/apathy stage and entering the acceptance stage (although I would be lying if I said that I still don't experience occasional moments of anger - primarily toward "neo-con" Catholic media "playing music on the deck").

Every faithful Catholic is (or will have to) eventually go through these stages. My heart and prayer are for them and my fellow escapees floating just above the icy waters!

The Stages of Grief

Grief is not a constant depression, but acute pangs of severe loss and pining which in time may come up less often or only when they are jogged by a recollection:

1. Denial/Shock - This stage includes feelings of shock, numbness, and disbelief.

When loss first comes, most of us have a hard time believing “this is really happening.” If we were to take in all the emotion related to the loss right away, it would be too overwhelming. Instead, our body and mind have a little time to adjust to the way things are now without the deceased. Eventually, we may begin asking questions such as, “How did this happen,” or “Why?”

2. Anger -

- Anger at what has happened and the injustice of the loss
- Anger at what seems like the lack of proper understanding in others
- Anger at those who allowed the loved one to die

The source of the anger is usually death itself and our helplessness in the face of it.

3. Depression and Apathy - Eventually grief will enter on a deeper level, bringing with it intense feelings of emptiness and sadness. This depression can be a reaction to too much emotion; it is a badly needed period of low emotion, a time when the spirit is at its lowest ebb and for some time it spells hopeless despair, at other times, it seems like a joyless monotony. This is also the time when we probably begin to realize that we cannot now change things and bring the dead back.

4. Acceptance - In your own time you will come to accept the reality that your loved one is dead. This is perhaps difficult to believe while you suffer the early stages of the agony and bitterness of grief. Feelings of misery and pain will grow less acute as you accept that your situation has changed and you will take up your life again without the one you loved.

wewjude said...

The institutional Catholic Church is spiritually dead, having been repeatedly raped for centuries, now left desolate and in complete subjugation to sodomites and their masters known in Scripture as the Synagogue of Satan!!! The Holy Spirit has Ichabod (departed) from the institution. The institutional "Titanic" is now perpendicular on its way to sinking beneath the cold icy waters of hell itself. What remains are a few scattered "life boats" that are feverishly seeking distance to escape getting sucked down with it, while awaiting rescue from afar.

When looking at the stages of grief (see below) that one experiences at the loss of a loved one, I would place myself as slowly leaving the depression/apathy stage and entering the acceptance stage (although I would be lying if I said that I still don't experience occasional moments of anger - primarily toward "neo-con" Catholic media "playing music on the deck").

Every faithful Catholic is (or will have to) eventually go through these stages. My heart and prayer are for them and my fellow escapees floating just above the icy waters!

The Stages of Grief

Grief is not a constant depression, but acute pangs of severe loss and pining which in time may come up less often or only when they are jogged by a recollection:

1. Denial/Shock - This stage includes feelings of shock, numbness, and disbelief.

When loss first comes, most of us have a hard time believing “this is really happening.” If we were to take in all the emotion related to the loss right away, it would be too overwhelming. Instead, our body and mind have a little time to adjust to the way things are now without the deceased. Eventually, we may begin asking questions such as, “How did this happen,” or “Why?”

2. Anger -

- Anger at what has happened and the injustice of the loss
- Anger at what seems like the lack of proper understanding in others
- Anger at those who allowed the loved one to die

The source of the anger is usually death itself and our helplessness in the face of it.

3. Depression and Apathy - Eventually grief will enter on a deeper level, bringing with it intense feelings of emptiness and sadness. This depression can be a reaction to too much emotion; it is a badly needed period of low emotion, a time when the spirit is at its lowest ebb and for some time it spells hopeless despair, at other times, it seems like a joyless monotony. This is also the time when we probably begin to realize that we cannot now change things and bring the dead back.

4. Acceptance - In your own time you will come to accept the reality that your loved one is dead. This is perhaps difficult to believe while you suffer the early stages of the agony and bitterness of grief. Feelings of misery and pain will grow less acute as you accept that your situation has changed and you will take up your life again without the one you loved.

Anonymous said...

All the accounts are horrible! Poor child forced into oral sex with the so called priest who then washed his mouth out with holy water was purely satanic as were the poor boys whipped and abused wearing gold crosses that signified to other false priests they had been groomed for sodomy.

TLM said...

These are not MEN....these are DEMONS in men's bodies. These men need to HANG by the neck until dead. They are too dangerous to be even in a prison system. Bergoglio didn't try to put the ax to the death sentence last week for nothing. He KNEW this was coming....he is trying to keep these demon's necks out of the noose. The stories of what happened to these CHILDREN is HORRENDOUS!! One little boy, the priest bared down so hard on his back that he cracked vertebrae. This kid went thru operations and lots of pain killers to ease the pain & eventually got addicted to the pain killers, no doubt not just physical pain....he eventually overdosed as a young adult. The Bishop actually ridiculed the mom when she reported this. He wrote a letter to the Bishop before he died and said that he didn't want any money, he just wanted someone to believe him!

Another priest raped 5 girls from a family of 9...5 of them girls which he raped ....one was an 18 month old baby girl. The victims were (some of them) at the presser today...all of them crying because at least now...someone BELIEVES them.

These So called Bishops have BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS...they have murdered these victims. May these victims be engulfed in the peace of Christ which surpasses all understanding & may God 'bare down' his JUSTICE on these demons in collars and miters. GET THEM ALL OUT OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

These men either believe in nothing ,or if they do believe in Christ ,they believe He wrote them a blank cheque on the Cross ,to do exactly what they please.Its really hard to believe ,there are not murder victims ,which would explain the new condemnation of the death penalty.Those who indulge in sadism and torture are not above committing murder.

RC said...

I'd be willing to wager that the vast majority of these vile animals would be perfectly possessed by some of the highest ranking demons in hell. The lavender mafia have infested the Church with the stench of sulphur right to the top! Hanging is too good for these vermin jail everyone of them for life including wuerl!

Johnno said...

Between this and the other account of one 'priest' violating a girl with the Blessed Sacrament itself while telling her he was putting God inside of her...

This really just goes to show that either these men believe in absolutely nothing, or they really are devils committed to Satan.

These are the same men who are all so LGBT-friendly and liberal.

What a legacy!

No wonder God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.

All of this DEMANDS VENGEANCE!

When St. Peters is demolished to the ground by a chastisement of fire, I'll weep for the beautiful architecture before I weep for these men.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

I agree wit TLM. Bergoglio did away (or so he thinks) with the death sentence, when it became clear to him that the criminals he is working for, and these he is protecting and encouraging, would soon be found out.

If he can't force us to celebrate their unique contributions to the Church, he sure as hell won't let them die. There is always a chance they will be let out at some point, and continue their works of pastoral accompaniment to children and youth.

Kathleen1031 said...

Once we ascertain that most of our church is in the hands of demons, we all have a choice to make.
We are near that choice. We've had it. We agree with TLM, these men should hang. I'm a nonviolent type, can't watch violent films or anything, and life is sacred, but these are truly demons, and when I think of a child being harmed, I could do it myself.
What I want to hear, is the numerical breakdown. It will most likely be 80% or more MALE victims, because most of the perverts are homosexuals, but not all.
Tough times fellow pilgrims, but we need to keep in mind that it was far worse for these poor children who were sodomized, raped, sexually molested, by men who posed as GOD to these boys and girls. Dear God in heaven.

Anonymous said...


This is so beyond anything I thought of as evil.
No wonder these sins cry out to God for vengeance.
Jesus said it would have been better if these men had never been born.
I think we can safely include the complicit prelates in with that.
Priests who consider yourself Faithful , why aren't you speaking up too?
Your silence is screaming in our ears !

Dan said...

I'm in the ANGER stage!!!! Feels quite appropriate so I think I'll stay.

Osusanna said...

Why did this take so long. Most are dead. Hang the rest, and their bishops. Hang them from telephone poles like they hung the Cristeros.

TLM said...

IF we are unlucky enough to belong to a 'parish' that the priests or Pastor are involved in even 'covering up'(they are as complicit as the perpetrators) or even trying to defend this abomination going on, of which there are more than a few that do this trying to protect the 'Institutional Church', then how can we be receiving valid sacraments? These men DO NOT have the intentions of the real CC at heart. It's getting to the point that we are going to have to go 'underground' and find real priests or even harbor real priests to receive real sacraments. I don't see any other way around this for the faithful.

Anonymous said...

Why?
http://taylormarshall.com/2015/10/catholic-mass-lectionary-omits-anti-homosexual-verses-from-romans-1.html

TLM said...

I am already in the process making that choice Kathleen. Pray for me!!!! I will NEVER give up my true Catholic faith, but I cannot worship with demons....have to pursue finding a real priest for Mass and Sacraments....PRAY FOR ALL OF US!!!!

Jesus have mercy on us!!! Blessed Mother guide your little army!!!!!

Kathleen1031 said...

Amen TLM, I will pray for you and for us all, because this is the crisis of which Jesus spoke, when I return, will I find any faith on earth? Surely this it the time He meant, because when the rock is pulled out from under us, the rock on which we have stood, it is crisis for faith.
Our church has left us, and we are now on our own with Jesus and Him crucified. This was unthinkable, and now it seems here.
We can hold onto our faith, even if it all sinks into a hole in the ground, we are still Catholics nonetheless, certainly Christians. These men can all go to hell, and they should, if we cannot say that of men who rape boys, then we are part of the problem. These men are monsters, yes, demons. Amen to the prayer that God smite them! I am in the stages of anger and acceptance. I'm angry at these filthy predators, and as far as I'm concerned they are all filthy predators. I do not distinguish between the active demons who commit the acts and the enablers, they are one and the same, and if you cover for a child molester, I feel confident 99.9% of the time, you are one. I accept the church is failing, or apparently failing. Surely we are in the end times, but God will not leave us orphaned. He said he would be with us to the end of time.
"Where sin abounds, grace abounds all the more." Our Lady has promised the victory is already ours.

Jack Collinson said...

My friends, these things are disgraceful even to speak of, as the Apostle says: "For the things that are done by them in secret, it is a shame even to speak of." (Eph 5:12)
I am not sure that the blog owner, or the commentator Johnno are right to even mention such unspeakable abominations. Though I understand these things need to be brought to light in order to be punished, it is a sin perhaps to give such cause for scandal by speaking of these things. God forbid we ignore this evil in the Church, but let us be careful how we speak about, because we don't want to be publicists for the devil and his abominable mockeries of our God and fellow man.
God will not be mocked. The longer it takes for these reprobates to meet their punishment, the greater it shall be when it comes. The problem with speaking of these abominable acts in their specific details is that it gives cause, not just for righteous anger, but scandal (loss of faith) and despair. Let us offer acts of reparation to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and to Our Lady, rather than throw up our arms in despair. This is a great spiritual war and we must avoid all discouragement. We are predestined to victory by God's grace, so let's not lessen our efforts, as it won't be long before we see these malefactors in hell where they belong, and their victims comforted by God, and, as Augustine and Aquinas teach, the blessed in heaven will rejoice to see the just punishment of the damned in hell. God's vengeance is swift and not far away from coming. Remember what Our Lord suffered in His passion before you despair over what He is suffering today at the hands of his own priests corrupted by Satan.

Vox Cantoris said...

The crime lays with the one who commits the scandal not the one who reports it.

Which holy saint said, “It is better for scandal to arise than for the truth to be suppressed.”

No, until Catholics wake up to the reality of the filth they will not rise to fight it.

No more cover up.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Jack Collinson

I do not understand how what is normalized in schools where little children learn (are indoctrinated), as well as , via media and all opinion-makers, can be construed as too scandalous to speak about.

Our little "agents of change" (Bergoglio calls them this as well) are taught to... consent. The UN (advised by Kinsey Institute, Kinsey the zoologist who claimed that the problem is not sex with babies and children, but parental hysteria over such "human rights", as we are sexual from birth) does not teach anything with such fervor, as consent. After consent - the right to abort.

I repat:The UN imposed sex-ed, imposed world-wide, and its instrument in the US, Planned Parenthood, teach that all sex is normal, as long as it is consensual. The hierarchy of the Church obviously agrees.

TLM said...

You are so correct Vox!!! We MUST speak out, no matter how painful. We MUST, WE MUST, WE MUST!!!!

Kathleen.....I could so very much relate to the 'stages of grief'. I think I am between the anger stage and the depression and apathy stage. I find out of nowhere I am crying, for no reason, just crying periodically. Absolutely we are grieving. Watching them murder the Church of Christ is one of the most painful experiences I have been thru, and I'm sure it's that way for most of us....very painful. They are crucifying Our Lord all....over....again. It has been a very long haul....but....it seems we are almost at the end. But....the Bride of Christ will rise again!!! I hope and pray I live to see the day!

"Hail Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy, Our Life, Our Sweetness and Our Hope....To Thee We Cry...Mourning and Weeping In This Valley of Tears".......

RC said...

24 hours on I find it absolutely incredible that wuerl has not resigned and surrendered himself to law enforcement.The vile gall of this man is unreal,shameless and a positively demonic lack of contrition for the horror he helped perpetrate on those poor victims. The clerical sex abuse scandal in Ireland played a major part in the evil of abortion being thrust upon us,i dread to think what may happen to the church in America yet animals like wuerl parade around like butter wouldn't melt! Shameless cowardly effeminate excuse for a man!

Kathleen1031 said...

Amen Vox, for too long these predators relied on the reluctance of Catholics to say anything negative about clergy, the built in respect and honor we felt due them, they used to commit heinous sexual acts on boys and young men. That attitude is gone for good. Personally I have a delicate sensibility, I abhor violence, and watch no contemporary tv programs or movies, I read no contemporary books. I'm a grownup woman in my middle years who wants to see a new film...Christopher Robin, about Winnie the Pooh! So ugly information about priests sodomizing poor boys and young men are things I would much rather not know about. But these boys have been and ARE being victimized and we cannot turn away any more! I refuse to turn away, and I realize I am being corrupted by it, but what kind of person am I, to take the comfortable route for myself and ignore the pain and suffering OUR priests are inflicting on children! I won't do it, and whatever effects it has, it has. I would rather fight for children, than preserve myself. God help us, this is a learning curve, how to contend with evil, Lord, give us wisdom and strength to help boys.

Jack Collinson said...

I was not speaking of such open and public crimes. Of course these need to be exposed to the public, and of course the rape of children must be too. But the graphic details of such abuse seems too shameful to speak of. Such shameful things OUGHT to be covered up, because to even speak about them is to glorify them in a way. The ancient Germans used to execute criminals in the open, except sodomites were thrown by them into swamp bogs because "what is shameful ought to be covered over." If the ancient German pagans understood this principle I don't see what's so difficult for modern day Catholics to understand.

Anonymous said...

Jack Collinson, I don’t know that you’re wrong. Publishing these horrifying details is very similar to displaying pictures of ripped apart little babies. You want people to care and you think maybe they just don’t understand what they are allowing to occur to our most vulnerable, babies, children, adolescents, they are OUR responsibility. And WHY have we lost the understanding of right & wrong that even pagans had? We LEGALIZED sodomy, now we allow them to adopt and have surrogates and that’s promoted by well publicized Baptisms. These fake fake fake catholics want to use this horror show to say that the coverup is the problem, if only these sodomites didn’t have to feel ashamed they might have had healthy relationships w/adult sodomites. I’ll be honest, I’ll be Catholic until the day I die but a church that is pushing for normalization of man boy love is not Catholic, it’s Satanic. IF in my lifetime God blesses us with a Pope and a hierarchy of Bishops, I’ll be so happy but there is something very wrong that it’s all missing. I can’t understand Revelations well, but maybe this is the abomination of desolation. It feels like an abomination and desolation. Jorge, his communist and sodomite fake church hierarchy are chillingly evil, I’d sooner let my children near a church of Scientology than a church of Vatican II. If the Church doesn’t get a Pope and immediately then this just has to be the end of the world, it just has to be. PS yrs ago someone wrote to Fr. Z asking if a lisp was an indicator of sodomy; he said no, that’s silly. I wrote that it was a purposeful affectation to identify as a sodomite. I know from working in schools, our children aren’t leaving elementary school with a sodomy identifying lisp (though they probably do now, we’re in a new world.) He did not post my comment.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

What was once shameful and unspeakable, is now being presented as normal. We don't even have pedophiles among us anymore, we have minor attracted people. I have discussions with pedophiles on their own blogs, whose only purpose is to evoke understanding for their normal "sexual orientation".
If they can do it to children, and normalize it, we can and we ought to speak about it.

Please, do not suggest that these children should not tell us in detail, what has been inflicted upon them, as we have our sensibilities and traditional ways of handling these unspeakable things.

I too NEVER watch anything violent and sexually explicit. I abhor it. I no longer watch anything anymore. I do not want anything to do with our entertainers and cultural "elites".

Yet I owe it to the children to speak about what these monsters are doing to them. I object to any suggestion that I might find some kind of satisfaction in it.

Anonymous said...

Having been a member of sspx I am horrified that there are bloggers using this scandal to push their own such as Willimason. He headed up the sspx seminary in Winona when a cabal of sodomites were Ordained and he hid a few himself in Europe.
They believe Williamson hating the Jews and AG Shapiro are one in the same story as proof Williamson was always correct about every Jew. Give me a break! At our chapel Williamson slept overnight at one homosexual lay persons residence!
The man even bragged he was a homosexual and later became an FSSP priest. Look for the former opera singer online!
It was a former sspx seminarian who exited who told us about
"Urootagroiney" and his friends some of whom are still posing as priests .
Even Barnhardt admits they are in the Trad movement loving the jacquard and lace ( and music) and altar boys.

Kathleen1031 said...

Unfortunately, until we hear details, it has been too easy to sweep what has happened to boys aside. Let's face it, it is not just the scope of the sexual abuse that has us fired up and determined, it is the gory details. Those boys and young men had to actually endure it, it won't do for us to say, not for me, I'd rather not know what you went through, but oh believe me, I sympathize. No, we do not, and we MUST comprehend FULLY, exactly what was done to these boys and young men, because it is too easy to demure. These boys and young men could not demure, they were sexually violated in the most heinous, most demonic manner possible, by men who represented themselves as GOD to these boys. No no, we cannot shirk our responsibility to understand completely what they had to endure. We do not have to read every detail, but we must KNOW the exact nature of it. There is nothing like reading the horror to help us understand the satanic nature of what has infested our church and the Body of Christ. We can not repeat 2002, and next week say, that was last week, they said they were sorry, let's move on. NEVER. And as we see by the header on the Quest Conference, these priests were actually becoming much more bold about their intentions. That header with it's obvious "minor attracted" photo, makes it clear they are barely hiding their intentions now. These men must be confronted. How should we handle having pro-LGBT Catholic priests in light of what we now know??

Anonymous said...

I could not agree with you more Kathleen.
They are out and thumbing their collective noses at us.

Anonymous said...

Borgolio embraces them and appoints them to positions of influence!

Anonymous said...

i.e.
https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pope-francis-elevates-to-bishop-pro-gay-priest-who-says-jesus-didnt-establi

Anonymous said...

Why Pope Benedict retired and never leaves Vatican City where there is no extradition.
https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/02/22/the-skeletons-in-benedicts-closet/
"2001 Letter to Bishops
After being tasked in 2001 by Pope John Paul II to assume responsibility for sex abuse allegations, and after gaining access to a trove of documents that laid out allegations against abusive priests, Ratzinger took action. He did so in a 2001 letter sent to every one of the church’s bishops. In it, Ratzinger laid out the church’s guidelines for investigating claims of sexual abuse, which asserted that the church — and not civil authorities — still held primary authority over investigations and that the church had a right to keep evidence in such cases confidential until 10 years after a minor turned 18. That assertion led to charges by victims’ rights advocates that Ratzinger had committed worldwide gross obstruction of justice, a charge that critics saw as compounded by Ratzinger’s assertion in the letter that such cases required absolute secrecy. Breaking the code of silence carried a range of penalties, among them excommunication. Ratzinger’s order effectively removed the possibility that sex abusers would be brought to justice in lay courts and guaranteed that the church would retain its investigatory prerogative. "

TLM said...

Let me look this up Anonymous @ 9:52 am. This is really hard for me to take in, but take it all in we must in order to understand.

Anonymous said...

@ Paul Morphy

We, the Church, need to expel this cancer from the Church. It is up to us individually to rid the Church of this cancer.

We have the evidence.
We possess the means.

Let's look to ourselves, individually, to take action.
Stop making financial contributions to the church. Ostracise those prelates named in the report.

A reckoning will come upon us if we don't do the right thing.