Saturday, 4 May 2019

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo shows off his French Manicure, inquiring minds wish to know, did he get a pedi too?

17 comments:

Kathleen1031 said...

Images speak volumes. I don't even get manis and pedis, but this certainly looks like one. The church is nothing but effeminates.

Dante Prudente said...

Creepy... Reminds me of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. An effeminate (drag) priest cones to mind.

Pray and fast for the conversion of his soul. Do acts of reparation for Holy Mother Church and for full restoration.

God Bless.

Dan said...

He looks like he needs to adjust his thong.

Anonymous said...

Dearest Paul,
Must take this afternoon off - manicure appointment.
Grace and peace to thee,
Timothy

(thou mayest follow me on twitter)

Peter Lamb said...

Note the satanic pallium.

Anonymous said...

No man does that!

Peter Lamb said...

The pallium is a garment woven from lamb's wool by particular Nuns. It is presented to a Bishop upon his Consecration by the Pope. Only Bishops wear palliums. Catholic Bishops wore palliums decorated by five red crosses. Red represented the Blood of Christ; The five crosses represented the five Wounds of Christ - two in His wrists; two in His feet; one in His side.

The luciferians wear SIX BLACK crucifixes bearing a TORCH over the cross. lucifer was the light-bearer(torch bearer.) The baphomet (devil)bears a torch upon his forehead, between his goat's horns - hence the torches over the crosses of this "cardinals left shoulder and breast - the satanic pallium. The six crosses signify, in masonic symbolism, the cult of phallus; the cult of lucifer and the cult of man.

Anonymous said...

Everyone is so judgemental.

Canadian faithful said...

No, bishops do not wear a pallium, only Metropolitan Archbishops. So say the Metropolitan Archbishop of St Boniface has one, but the Archbishop of Winnipeg who is not a Metropolitan does not have one.
Those are not torches, but (decorative) pins, with markings to show where to put them, and to reinforce the material.
They were sometimes red but usually black. There was no standard number historically.
Stop making things up. It only makes it harder to be creditable when there are real criticisms to make

Unknown said...

Except gays.i am a manicurist and i do extension nails for gays..yes it is french manicure sadly why he has this kind of manicures on his nail..Show off his nails...Peace

Anonymous said...

Mr Lamb, Having been a founder of a grass roots home school group, i found your comment very interesting.
The Legion of Christ founded by the diabolical incestuous pederast bisexual Marcel Maciel, recruited boys our from Catholic home school groups all over the US and Canada. They did so under Maciel's Lay branch entitled Regnum Christi. Some of the boys from these families were sexually abused in the Legion boarding schools. Parents were not aware until after they left the schools and were young men. I know of several who declined coming forward due to embarrassment.
The RC Apostolate that was employed to take over these grass root home school groups for recruitment of boys, just happened to be called "Torch". They were very successful in turning long time friends into enemies through vile gossip and defamation in order to divide these groups and rename them "Torch". You can read about their tactics in these old articles.Catholic home schooling was at the time producing very traditionally minded good Catholics, but after the scandals and the divisions
among families Catholic home schoolers began joining secular groups.
http://catholic_homeschool.tripod.com/torchtrue.html

Peter Lamb said...

Oh yea? Please read this:

https://padrepioandchiesaviva.com/uploads/Pallio_1_e_2__BXVI__en.pdf

I think you are correct about the Metropolitan. I forgot that. Thank you.

Please read "Paul VI Beatified?" by Fr. Luigi Villa. I think you will then agree that I am not making things up.

Perhaps you can tell me why black from red? Why six crosses from five? Look again - the "decorative pins" are torches. Why are 'pins only needed to "reinforce the material" of only some crosses and not all the crosses? Surely if one needs reinforcing, then they all do? I look forward to your explanations. :)

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Anonymous @ 1:04 am, My daughter is a very good Catholic. (Still novus ordo, but getting the message slowly.) She is very keen to start home-schooling her four children in Virginia, USA. I am sure you would be able to give her good Catholic advice in this regard. If you would care to do so, please contact me. My email is drpeterlamb@gmail.com ( Dear Vox I hope you don't mind being used as a post box. :) )

William Callaghan said...

Her again this blog spreading hatred against an innocent priest and one who is recovering from a stroke, this blog is a complete disgrace to the faith and needs to be closed down as soon as possible

Vox Cantoris said...

Billy, you're write, I am a disgrace.

Anonymous said...

Billy is probably Miss DiNardo's "special" friend. (wink, wink)
No doubt they did they nails together while dishing the dirt.

Anonymous said...

I don't know about manicures. To me it looks like he hasn't clipped his nails in a while.