Monday, 19 December 2016

Bishops of Atlantic Canada, where are you going and what are you all doing in that handbasket?

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Take a look, for a moment at these names. These are the Bishops of Atlantic Canada who "minister" to the long-suffering Catholic souls of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland.

Consider now then, the very real probability that each of these cowardly, emasculated, heretical apostates will end up in Hell.

Anthony Mancini
Martin Currie
Valery Vienneau
Brian Dunn
Anthony Daniels
Claude Champagne
Richard Grecco
Peter Hundt
Robert Harris
Daniel Jodoin


With Satan and his minions and the tortured souls of countless priests and bishops and no doubt, a few popes, who betrayed Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church and His Truth and His people for expedience, for compromise, for a tax deduction. Hell, they will have chosen, so as not to offend the last few people filing their coffers.

One wonders if the accompaniment and last rites includes a request from Father for a bequeathment of property or money from the person about to commit suicide/be murdered. After all, can't let it all go to waste right? Give it to the Church!


These ten Bishops of Atlantic Canada are sanctioning the direct violation of the Fifth Commandment, "Thou shalt not kill!"

They are in direct contradiction of the Catechism of the Catholic Church as found in paragraph 227:

"Whatever its motives and means, direct euthanasia consists in putting an end to the lives of handicapped, sick, or dying persons. It is morally unacceptable. Thus an act or omission which, of itself or by intention, causes death in order to eliminate suffering constitutes a murder gravely contrary to the dignity of the human person and to the respect due to the living God, his Creator. The error of judgment into which one can fall in good faith does not change the nature of this murderous act, which must always be forbidden and excluded."

When these men die and find themselves moments later plunging into the depths of Hell, will they realise that this document may be the primary reason? When they meet, in Hell, the Catholics of Atlantic Canada who accepted "suicide" to be murdered by doctors, nurses and their families and a health-cares system and judicial and parliamentary system long since corrupted what will they say to them, when they are asked, "why didn't you stop me?" Now, I will torment you here for eternity for allowing me to make a decision that sent me here, Why didn't you warn me!"

No absolution before hand will change that reality. No accompaniment. No excuse that "well, we were just following in the spirit of Pope Francis!"

The Bishops of Atlantic Canada have issued a scandalous document consistent and not dissimilar to that issued by those in Quebec. One wonders if Marc Card. Ouellette, had given assent to it where no "last rites" will be given along with a Catholic funeral for those choosing so called, "doctor-assisted death."

The world has noticed this error, this heresy. It is a disgrace upon the Church in Canada.

Edward Peters, a most eminent Canonist, has commented at In the Light of the Law, it's a brief and sound demolition of these errant bishops' actions. 

The secular world puts forward its shock at The American  Conservative as Rod Dreher provides arguably the most detailed and hard-hitting salvo at this rotten document and these rotten men. It is a must read:

There can be no charity for these men. There can be no respect for their Offices. They do not deserve it. They are evil men who deserve rebuke.

Are there any Catholics left in the Maritimes to hold these devils accountable? All ten of them deserve to be publicly rebuked and called out as heretics.

Contrast the heretical, scan
dalous and sacrilegious statements by the Atlantic Bishops Assembly with what the Bishops of Alberta and the Northwest Territories have stated, - no funerals and no last rites!

Contrast this with what I am told by priests that Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto said during the recent deanery meetings when asked about this matter and on how to interpret Amoris Laetitia; he referred the priests to the statements by the Alberta and Northwest Territories bishops.
I urge Cardinal Collins to make and emphatic declaration specifically to the people of the Archdiocese of Toronto consistent with the Bishops of Alberta and the Northwest Territories on both these matters. @archtoronto

Image result for bishops in hellLast rites, whether Extreme Unction or the modernist, Sacrament of the Sick include Confession and absolution. Clearly, a firm purpose of amendment is necessary for validity. How can one absolve under the excuse that the sin is not yet committed, when the intention is to commit it? This is illogical. The Church has wisely come to understand mental illness which can limit culpability in suicide, jumping off a bridge for example, can be a relatively spontaneous act which a person may be driven to out of some pathology or despair. I know of a situation. I am sure you do. We commend that poor soul to God's tenderness and mercy. Choosing to have a doctor murder you under the guise of doctor assisted suicide is chosen and rational suicide for the person and murder on the part of the doctor.

The third chapter of the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel contains a severe warning for those ten men listed above. They should read it and contemplate it. Let it be a stark warning to these malefactors of what is awaiting them according to Ezekiel 3:17-19.

17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman to the house of Israel: and thou shalt hear the word out of my mouth, and shalt tell it them from me. 18 If, when I say to the wicked, Thou shalt surely die: thou declare it not to him, nor speak to him, that he may be converted from his wicked way, and live: the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity, but I will require his blood at thy hand. 19 But if thou give warning to the wicked, and he be not converted from his wickedness, and from his evil way: he indeed shall die in his iniquity, but thou hast delivered thy soul.

"I will require his blood at thy hand."

The churches of Atlantic Canada are empty. A traditional Latin Mass is a rarity. You could count on one hand and still have fingers and a thumb left, over the number that occur with any regularity. The faith is in a state of disaster. Some of the only things that edify the Catholics there is their ability to read this blog and others on the internet that give them hope that all is not lost. I know this, because they write me. 

The number of sodomite clergy, including a bishops, is legendary in Atlantic Canada. The buggery of boys and the destruction of their lives is a shame that these pathetic bishops still fail to grasp. In a CBC report eleven years ago they outlined their fears of their future decline. Now, they only speed it along putting it into overdrive.

The Bishops of Atlantic Canada are traitors to the Faith. They have deserted the people. They have betrayed Our Lord Jesus Christ. They are weak, emasculated evil shepherds. They can be nothing else.

They will be damned for what they have done.

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Peter Lamb said...

Vox Cantoris, I am proud to know you; I am proud to call you my friend; I am proud to be allowed to comment on your blog!

Sandpiper said...

Ditto that, Mr Lamb.

Vox ceaselessly using the power of his keyboard fighting the good fight. Fighting for goodness, for holiness, for Truth. Thank you, Vox.

You are so often mentioned in The Stumbling Block Catholic news aggregate blog. I'm so happy for that!

Anonymous said...

The list should include our good bishops from the Quebec and Montreal dioceses, cardinal Gerald Cyprien Lacroix and archbishop Christian Lépine.
With all due justice their name should be mentioned here as well.

Michael Dowd said...

Good work Vox for calling these ministers of the devil. They are inspired by the evil spirit of Pope Francis who proclaims good evil and evil good. But, most unfortunately, all of this goes beyond the provincialism of the Canadian Catholic world. It will be surely picked up by other Bishop's conferences and legislatures of the secular world. Surely, the epic proportion of the moral evil being inflicted through the influence of Pope Francis calls for divine intervention. Let us hope it is soon.

susan said...

So PERFECTLY add anything else would be hubris on a commenter's part. God bless you Vox!

Momentum Veritatis said...

Agree. I myself have been quiet for too long. No more. I will try to expose and call out these demons anywhere they be. Thanks Vox

Donna Ruth said...

The sheeple can bleat with outrage over the now de facto decentralization of the Catholic Church, but nothing will change (as Michael Voris points out repeatedly) until the shepherds find their collective voice. The cardinals elected a wily, provincial, Argentinian Jesuit with liberation theology leanings and now they sit on their hands whilst the Church disintegrates before their eyes. In the meantime, Francis stacks the college with the likes of Kevin Farrell and Blaise Cupich who would fit quite nicely into the Anglican Church of Canada.

God help the Fr. Faithful serving under one of those Atlantic bishops. What will happen when Father sits beside the bed of a parishioner who has selected MAID and tells the poor soul he cannot in conscience administer Last Rites? Surprise! After the enraged family contacts Bishop Accompaniment, Father will likely find himself in Southdown for a little pastoral sensitivity "adjustment." And if he refuses adjustment he'll find himself living back at mom and dads or with one of his siblings.

It does no good if the more faithful bishops assure their dioceses that they will hold to Church teachings, while other bishops, hoping to find peer and parishioner approval, choose the Francis Effect for their pastoral decisions. Once our Church is de facto decentralized, each diocese merely becomes but one more of the 33,000 Christian denominations at the whim of their bishop. This is implosion. And the vast majority of cardinals do nothing. The key question is: What are they afraid of? Clearly it is not of a bad account before the dread judgment seat of a Christ.

M. Prodigal said...

Well they can receive the anointing but then when they commit the mortal sin of self murder, wouldn't that negate it? And even if anointed, they still have the intention to kill themselves. But who will speak the truth to them?

Kathleen1031 said...

Thank you Vox, for stating the truth of things with clarity and refreshing boldness! This is a merciful statement that would perhaps cause these sycophants and Protestants-in-hiding to end their ceaseless evil and return to Jesus Christ and Holy Mother Church.
May God deliver us soon from this scourge of men who are blatantly dismantling our faith and harming countless souls.

Anonymous said...

Cardinal Collins has been fairly vocal in the media about his opposition to assisted suicide, so it is my hope that he might prepare a letter or statement that settles the issue for the Toronto archdiocese.

I'm very disappointed in the Atlantic bishops. If I am feeling optimistic, I could suggest that the bishops hope that receiving the Sacraments might change a person's mind, and that the act of administering the Sacraments during their terminal illness might foster a positive view of Christ and the Church such that they will decide to die normally, without asking someone else to kill them. Sadly such a case would be rare in today's cultural climate. Everyone feels entitled to their sins, especially if those sins allow them to escape any kind of perceived suffering. Administering the sacraments in an entitled, obstinate situation would only confirm in that person's mind that they are right to choose suicide and ask someone to kill them.

Unknown said...

This is more "Francis-Mercy" and "Francis-Effect," which effectively means never naming evil and never exhorting people to fear it.

Jaybee said...

I wonder:

By giving sacraments, thereby condoning the choice for suicide, is not the priest himself partly culpable for the murder?

Does the priest also, by encouraging a willful death, facilitate grave sin by 2 others, the suicidee and the doctor?

Even with no sacramental questions, should a priest ever encourage 1 person to take his own life, and another to weild the weapon?

This seems to me along the lines of the mother who drives her daughter to an abortion clinic, or a therapist who advises a girl to "choose" abortion as her free and legal right. They have some culpability in a human death.

Unknown said...

Christian funerals for people whose last decision on this earth was effectively a mortal sin.

Anonymous said...

What are they calling it , preemptive absolution ,you cannot be forgiven in advance for a sin you are about to commit.There's a big difference between a person not in their right mind committing suicide ,and a cold calculated discussion to do it.It seems the Catholic Church fully supports the United Nations population control agenda ,through abortion and euthanasia,because "Mercy"has nothing to do with it,its a cost effective health care plan ,they do not want the terminally ill to occupy hospital beds.

Dan said...

Donna Ruth, I agree, but it's not just decentralization to the level of bishops, I thinks it's more like each parish a "vatican" and each priest a "pope."

Barnum said...

Maybe a graphologist can verify or correct this observation as I am not an expert, but 2 of those signatures show markers of homosexuality, a couple show emotional immaturity, a couple are from either very old or physically weak men, and one is a definite opportunist with a possible perversion. My take based on the signatures is that maybe a couple were cowardly, but one birthed and drove this monstrosity, 2 backed it on, well let's call it "pastoro-philosophical" concerns, and the rest didn't want to be bothered.

Ademar said...


I'm an Ohioan in the U.S. of A., where this evil, thanks be to God, has not yet come via our bishops, and, through Mary's intercession, hopefully never will!

However, I do have a close friend of many years in Halifax who tries hard to live the Faith. I really feel for him and all the rest of you who have to live under such an ecclesiastical regime! I was astonished to find not a single regularly-offered Traditional Latin Mass in all of Nova Scotia when I helped search for one for him! We have a bunch in our state.

I'm wondering if it's not time to get an underground Church going in Atlantic Canada, involving both your good local as well as itinerant outside priests! When the chief shepherds behave as wolves, the flock needs to seek for holy, orthodox shepherds at least on the parochial level so as not to spiritually starve or be led astray. It is not often practicable to simply migrate out of the region.

Our Lady of Fatima, ora pro nobis!!