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Friday 24 March 2023

On the eve of the installation of His Grace Francis Leo - A Monograph on the State of the Archdiocese of Toronto

Tomorrow morning at Toronto's St. Michael's Cathedral, His Grace, Francis Leo will be
installed as Metropolitan Archbishop of Toronto. Archbishop Leo will be 52 in June and is the youngest bishop since Michael Power. The task ahead for Archbishop Leo is enormous. The Archdiocese of Toronto since Philip Pocock through Gerald Emmet Carter, Aloysius Ambrozic, and Thomas Collins has been a veritable "deep church." There have been cover-ups and pay-offs. A recently-deceased former Vicar-General and Monsignor fathered children whilst, in his position unbeknownst to the faithful, a scandal covered. Seminary professors and "liturgists" at St. Augustine's Seminary engaged in rampant sodomy covered up, much of it criminal and covered up through pay-offs and non-disclosures and explained away by rectors many of whom knew it was happening. Liturgy is in a state of anarchy in many places or simply, banality, catechesis is non-existent, schools are in apostasy, our hospitals engaging in narcotic "harm reduction" and the distribution of condoms and worse. For these last two, we have taken from Caesar and now dance to his tune. We saw the cancellation of Mass at the demands of "virtuous" public health officials and government in exchange for what amounted to wampum. We have seen under Cardinal Archbishop Collins a list of isolated and demoralized priests who have no support and no spiritual father, who have been insulted and ostracized over medical choice, and many of whom have been in one way or another, canceled. Young people want nothing to do with their parishes and have abandoned the faith. Parishes are generally in decline except for still intact new immigrant communities and even then, the new generations are not well staying. Faith is evaporating before our eyes and when we look around us we see an indictment on every Metropolitan Ordinary in Toronto since the Pocock. Collins has been no better and has presided over the near collapse. This is the reality. The Emporer has no clothes. 
Thomas Collins betrayed one and all when he shut down our churches and refused to stand up to the diktats of government. The last two weeks of posts are a reminder of the failure of this man against those toadies who praise and exalt him. 

I am honoured to have been provided, from an Anonymous source, this monograph on the current state of affairs and the task ahead. 

Truth suffers but it does not die

(St. Teresa of Avila) 

March 25, 2023 will mark the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the Archdiocese of Toronto. The new Archbishop, Francis (Frank) Leo will be installed and will undertake the spiritual guidance and care of the clergy and faithful of this portion of the Lord’s vineyard.

Undoubtedly, by now, His Grace will have been briefed by the representatives of the various Offices of the archdiocesan curia, and by the outgoing Archbishop, Thomas Cardinal Collins. If the Cardinal’s recent and surreal interview with the The Pillar is any indication of what Archbishop Leo has been told about the state of affairs as they pertain to the pastoral obligations and work of the archdiocese, the new Ordinary is in for a very rude awakening. In fairness, His Grace is coming from the Montreal; hardly a bastion of orthodoxy and fervour; and Toronto has yet to experience the church closures and the clustering of parishes that have occurred in Quebec. Nevertheless, in all fairness, so that he might undertake his task honestly and realistically he deserves to receive a truthful assessment of the state of things and not a narrative fashioned by the ideology and delusions of those who together with Cardinal Collins have shaped the life of this archdiocese for decades.

The new Archbishop takes possession of a metropolitan see that may be aptly described as a desolate city. This sad state of things is not particular to Toronto. It is undeniable that the Church is in decline throughout the world; and over these many years of crisis and collapse not a few have undertaken to chronicle the litany of betrayal of the faith and of the faithful, institutions of learning most especially, and of health care facilities. Our once distinctively Catholic institutions, largely staffed by dedicated religious men and women and dedicated laity are mere shells, no longer animated by a Catholic ethos. The Church in Toronto has experienced all of this and more. What makes this decline particularly tragic in the archdiocese of Toronto is its effect not only on its suffragan dioceses but also the propagation of ineffective and destructive pastoral theology throughout the country and beyond through the city’s once Catholic university colleges and the archdiocesan seminary. As the largest English speaking see in the country, Toronto is not without influence, good or bad; and the desertification that has occurred in Toronto reflects a general trend everywhere, especially in the years of the current pontificate.

The new Archbishop must understand that there are figures in the archdiocese who hold positions of pastoral authority and influence and who have done so since the arrival of Gerald Emmet Carter as Archbishop in 1978. For over forty-five years, these clerics have occupied influential posts entrusted to them during the tenure of Archbishop Philip Pocock. During these many years they have been able to establish a deep church that through their younger acolytes and accomplices establishes policies and determines governance of institutions and institutes both under the direct control of the archdiocese, such as the seminary, and other institutions, particularly the sizable school boards and other institutes of learning. The claim that the governance of school boards is a matter of publicly elected trustees is a glaring dereliction of duty. Why are anti-Catholic trustees not censured? Who teaches the religion courses to young teachers for certification? Usually, former clerics who are ideologically in league with the deep church. In the confusion experienced everywhere by the post-conciliar reforms hastily and often indiscriminately imposed, the faithful of the archdiocese have been subjected to the tyranny of novelty and rebellion. For the average Catholic, this tyranny was felt most acutely in the breakdown of authentic catechesis and in the liturgical anarchy that scandalized the faithful and destroyed sacred art and architecture. Suffice it to say that the toleration of liturgical abuses which famously began in Toronto at the Newman Centre has never ended. Archbishop Pocock’s refusal to exercise episcopal oversight at the university chaplaincy and to correct liturgical abuses there and his tacit approval of dissent and disregard for canon law and liturgical rubrics everywhere else opened the floodgates and the rest as they say, is history. As a result, still today, anything is tolerated except liturgical sobriety and orthodox teaching. Tout le monde fait ça.

The many years since the devolution of Catholicism began in earnest in the 1970’s enable us now to see that these efforts were directed at the destruction and eradication of so-called Tridentine Catholicism. In the years spanning the post-conciliar years and the tenure of Gerald Emmet Cardinal Carter (1978-1990), at least as it concerns parish life, everything depended on whether the clergy of the parish were guided by what we now refer to as the hermeneutic of rupture or the hermeneutic of continuity. Some parishes were noted for their liturgical anarchy and the seminary, whose student body was decimated in a matter of a few years, became a hotbed of immorality, heterodoxy and liturgical anarchy. These problems have not been effectively resolved. Few were the priests who understood that this rupture with Tradition was and is a recipe for destruction and eventual loss of faith. One cannot fail to mention with admiration and reverence the faithful and courageous witness of Msgr. Vincent Foy, a canceled priest before the term was ever coined, who at one time was even forbidden to live within the boundaries of Archdiocese by one of its Ordinaries. Providentially, he outlived his detractors and persecutors.

Intolerance for anything remotely traditional and anyone intellectually convinced of the value and necessity of Tradition resulted in the banishment of so-called traditional priests to the peripheries of the archdiocese. Again, this is not particular to Toronto, and it reflects a widespread phenomenon that has caused anguish for priests and laity alike. It would seem that almost everywhere episcopal intolerance for orthodox priests has now developed the force of custom in the Church. For a time, during the pontificate of Pope Benedict when it seemed that traditional practices were again in vogue, the careerists among the clergy sported lace and put out a few extra candlesticks but all this has disappeared with the new pontificate. These are the clerical stars who boast of their travels and hobbies on their Facebook pages. The rest of the clergy are on the whole badly educated and fearful of the heavy handed hierarchy, and the entitled though ignorant laity. Moral guidance is seldom if ever given from the pulpit, for fear of being delated to the regional bishop or the ordinary.

All manner of abuses are tolerated by appeals and affirmations of ‘being pastoral’, but few of the clergy truly understand that a pastoral approach to anything implies the good of souls. Precious little of what passes for work in the archdiocese has anything to do with the salvation of souls which is the supreme law of the Church. “Social ministries”, an undefined category, occupies the apparatchiks in the offices of the pastoral centre and make work projects with no discernible results distract the parish clergy and volunteers. An excellent example of such sterile incompetence is the youth office, usually headed by an immature, young cleric whose sartorial penchant for running shoes and jeans assures appointment to this post. A whole industry has developed around this “ministry”. The end result of this interminable war against the Traditional Faith are empty parishes, an empty seminary, the disappearance of religious communities, and schools that are scandalously at odds with Catholic moral teaching. Much more could be said about the sad state of affairs but the evidence of decay and inertia is in plain view for everyone to see and to experience. Yet, the deep church still has a stranglehold on what is left of the Church in Toronto.

By any metric, nothing is better in the archdiocese of Toronto than it was in 2007 when Cardinal Collins took over the reins of command. A renovated Cathedral means nothing and its use as a venue to eulogize politicians responsible for the holocaust of abortion in our nation is a scandal. At the root of the collapse of the Church in Toronto and elsewhere is the pernicious heresy of modernism whose denial of objective truth has resulted in the dictatorship of relativism and the failure in governance and oversight on the part of a modernist hierarchy. Perhaps the most glaring example of decay is the scandalous silence of the hierarchy in the face of a school curriculum that corrupts the minds and souls of our children, the most morally vulnerable among us. To expect teachers who face loss of employment to defend Catholic moral truth is a dereliction of duty on the part of the shepherds. Failure to support brave teachers, parents and priests who challenge the immoral policies of the school boards and administrators is also scandalous. The corruption of innocence cries out to heaven. The deliverance of our children from the evils of transgender ideology and sexual perversions boldly promoted in separate schools is the most pressing of the many tasks that the Archbishop must undertake.

The reluctance and refusal to enunciate and to defend Church teaching as it pertains to faith and life and most especially the moral law has resulted in the present desultory state of affairs: a predominantly ignorant laity now mostly indifferent to the Faith, educators who boldly flaunt their heretical and immoral beliefs, a balkanized presbyterate dominated by a liberally minded group of representative clergy, and a hierarchy more faithful to government directives than to Catholic truth. The so-called pandemic with its parish closures, its assault on the sacred liturgy and surrender to the arbitrary dictates of health authorities has only expedited the decline of the Church. What is left, where it has not been made to scatter and disappear is a remnant Church, marginalized and dispossessed but fervent in faith and in charity.

The new Archbishop faces a very challenging task. His relative youth as he undertakes his tenure is a blessing and a rare opportunity to carry out and firmly establish meaningful reforms. If he has the courage and foresight to break with the disastrous policies of his predecessors and the laissez faire attitude of his immediate predecessor, he will dismantle the deep church and govern and guide his flock to holiness of life and eternal salvation. If he doesn’t, then he will preside over the dismantling of the façade that hides decay and rubble and the Church in Toronto will definitely be catacombal. The wealth of the archdiocese of Toronto has enabled its functionaries to avoid the public scandals that have in some cases resulted in financial insolvency in other dioceses; but worldly wealth no matter how abundant is never greater than truth, the daughter of time.

May the prayers and protection of Our Lady to whom Archbishop Leo appears to have a devotion assist him. May the prayers and witness of St. Thomas Becket, St. Charles Borromeo and our own Bishop Michael Power strengthen him. Ad multos annos!

Thursday 23 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: Failure to change the "Deep Church" Apparatchik - Toronto's own version of James Martin.

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Brian Clough was ordained to the priesthood in 1968. Interestingly enough, I was at his first Mass at his home parish. My father was a barber and was barber to Mr. Clough and soon to be Father Brian. St. Dominic's was all the rage back then, it was the place to be to rock in Vatican II with the Dominicans. It was a notorious parish. One extremely popular priest was Kelly Walker. He left the priesthood and became a lounge singer at La Castille Steak House's piano bar. Eventually, he, ahem, came out, as they say.  He now, at 83, lives with his "husband" in Stratford. The Pastor was the notorious Claude Poirier, O.P. who after leaving St. Domenic's upon the removal of the Dominicans from the parish, Poirier taught liturgy for 25 years at St. Augustine's Seminary. Poirier died in 2005, just before the appointment of Thomas Collins. There are stories of notorious homosexual debauchery associated with Poirier, none of which was ever made public. It was all hushed up.

The man who was in charge of all this was Brian Clough. When Collins arrived, there was great hope that he would clean house and expose the rot.

He did not.

The question now is, will his successor?

Saturday, 25 August 2018

Toronto Catholic Chancellor - "Understanding is urged for gays."

From "Canada's National Newspaper," The Globe and Mail, May 8, 1976, page 40. (click for larger).

The priest interviewed was Father Brian Clough of the Archdiocese of Toronto. Father Clough went on to become Rector at St. Augustine's Seminary and was removed by Emmett Carter and later returned to be appointed by Aloysius Ambrozic as Judicial Vicar for the Archdiocese of Toronto. 

Father Clough grew up and was ordained at St. Dominic's Church in Mississauga which was a Dominican house from its inception until 1985. The parish history includes the names of two prominent Dominicans - the late Claude Poirier, O.P., and the long-ago laicised, Kelly Walker, O.P.

Reading this old article is like reading James Martin, S.J.

Wednesday 22 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: "I will shut you down" Who was it? Where was it?

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

The most disgraceful action of Thomas Cardinal Collins, though he was not alone and that is no excuse, was the shuttering of churches during the Wuhan Virus pandemic.  The pandering to corrupt governments and public health officials was a scandal. The obedience before Cesare was something we found hard to believe. Given what we did not know in the first few months some restrictions may have been justified at the time, but these should have been reasonable and sensible. Certainly, the State has a right to set occupancy limits for buildings, as they do for fire. This should have been set at 50% occupancy and the order of the Cardinal to have more Masses. Yet the Cardinal, and others, sat by whilst the churches were reduced to zero and Costco and Walmart had hundreds. In fact, Collins shut down Toronto churches before the provincial government itself! When the Ontario government later allowed churches to open to 10 persons, it wasn't because Collins asked for it, it was to satisfy the need of Jews to have a quorum for worship. Collins refused to open, even with ten, rather conjuring up some ridiculous communion service. 

This was a clear sign of many of the frauds we were living in. The issue of masks was another. I only argued to put on a mask for the sake of preserving our Latin Mass communities from bishops who demanded it or lose the church. Collins stood there at his sedilia and his ambo and demanded all take the jab out of "common sense" and the "common good" even though people were already becoming injured and died and terminated from their employment. He did not defend these and in fact, did the same for his own employees. We, who opposed these were right about all of it, he was wrong about all of it. Thomas Collins stood by and allowed the State and compromised corporations to persecute the faithful and he did nothing to stop it. 

In an online meeting with all priests which was downloaded and then uploaded and a link made available, Collins with his No Mass for You finger in the air stated, "I will shut you down" to any parish who defied his ban on Holy Communion on the tongue. Pointing to his mouth he referred to a parish doing it. 

This is what Collins did that Christmas.

Twelve days later there would be pushback. It was a small church where on a dark Epiphany morning people gathered in defiance long before dawn. No organ to awaken the neighbours only four feet away next door. No lights but the altar candles and a side door unlocked. I was honoured to have been invited, together with my wife. Well over one hundred defied his edict with no masks and packed in. Those who went to communion received on the tongue. Nobody contracted the China Virus! Generations earlier, these people refused to back down. They defied the communists that threatened to close their churches. They stood their ground, and they kept their faith. On that quiet dark winter morning, light shone. The light of faith and freedom and defiance to a Cardinal who threw in his lot with Ceasar. I was never so humbled and at the same time, so proud. After the Mass, the priest and I embraced. we cried tears of joy and sadness for what we had been building over a few years and what we knew we were losing. He had already been censured privately and publicly over Holy Communion, he didn't care. "I answer to a higher power, I will not do this to the people. We didn't let the communists shut us down, why would we let it happen now by a bishop?" 

One of Collins's now-canceled priests, forcibly retired and sent away. 

Tuesday 21 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins - The Pilar Interview reveals an admission of incompetance and failure

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past. However, today we feature a very recent article and interview from The Pillar. It reveals a churchman who stood by and did nothing. He abdicated his responsibility for leadership on medically assisted murder/suicide and the cultural revolution in our catholic schools. His answers reveal a level of immaturity and a lack of sophistication for a man of his education and stature. The "tall cool drink" as some referred to him fifteen years is nothing more than warm, skunky beer in a paper cup.

'The storms are rising ... We go onward!' - Cardinal Collins on the mission of the Church (pillarcatholic.com)

Monday 20 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: No Mass For You

 As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Lest we forget. No Masses, minimal sacraments, shaming of priests and faithful, and threats to "shut you down."

Too many to recall but this link shall remain for all posts on NO MASS FOR YOU!

Vox Cantoris: No Mass For You

Saturday, 28 November 2020



"I do not want ever to shut down the Church again." 

So said, Toronto Archbishop Thomas Cardinal Collins on November 13, 2020 only to go against his own words by doing exactly that on November, 23. Ah, wait, he is correct, he did not "shut down the Church again," he only banned the public worship of God in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The good Cardinal left the churches open for private prayer to a maximum of ten established by the Ontario politburo diktat of General-secretary Douglas Ford after being advised by the same "virtuous" medical professionals spoken of by our good Cardinal. The same ones that recently murdered a woman by lethal injection, an elderly woman now before God and one who could not bear another shutdown. The Cardinal said he "did not want collateral damage." Well, he got it bigtime.

So, the Cardinal can make a distinction. He did not "shutdown the Church again." He only shutdown the Holy Sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

How does this make sense and why has he done this?

If the church can have ten people, why can it not have eight faithful, a priest and one server to make up those ten. I am not trying to justify General-secretary Ford's diktat, but let's just try for a moment to work within the decree.

If ten can gather and distance and mask and sanitize at St. Clare of Assisi Woodbridge which holds over 1,000 to recite the rosary, why can they not gather for Mass? It hurts the brain to try to unravel this riddle.

It is simple. 

As I have been told by more than one who would know, "It is just not worth it." That is the view of the Cardinal, his Auxiliaries, the chancerycrats and the close circle of priests around him. It's just not worth it. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is just not worth it. 

Christ, is not worth it.

You, are not worth it.

You, my friend, you are not worth the trouble of figuring out which ten. But hey, the priest has his Mass. Talk about clericalism. 

Is part of the riddle, the distribution of Holy Communion? We know he has violated the rights of the faithful to receive on the tongue and has approved the dropping of the Host in one's hands, where it may fall on the floor and particles, each of which contains Christ, scatter. We know that without authority, Toronto Public Health and presumably others, have threatened the Church over this matter. It is not acceptable. 

So, let us work for a moment again within the politburo diktat. After all, what would St. Thomas More, who Cardinal Collins so often quotes praises, do? 

"I'd give the Devil the benefit of law, for my own safety's sake." 

The Cardinal has the authority to say that there will be no distribution of Holy Communion at Mass. The faithful do not need to receive the Eucharist at Mass. The priest must, as the Levitical priests old, consume the Holy Sacrifice. It was later, distributed the Hebrew people. Holy Communion can be received by appointment (contact tracing) on the hand or tongue alone as an individual or family circle with proper sanitizing measures before and after. 

If this little layman can figure this out, why can't the Cardinal.

My friends, as Ontario politburo General-secretary Ford is wont to say, my friends, I can only do so much. I am one person, what are you doing? What has happened to us. Do we need to use Adam Skelley as our role model? 

I wrote yesterday that we will back the Cardinal, we will defend his priests, our priests. 

Cardinal Collins, you wear red for a reason. You have forgotten. You will be judged by Jesus Christ for this. Imagine if Our Lord Jesus Christ said in the Garden, "Father, its just not worth it!"

Restore the public Mass in Toronto and Peel now. Do it, now  and do not do what you have done again.

Advise the Premier today that as of next Sunday, we will return to 30% and in order to increase the number of Masses, limit homilies to five minutes and eliminate the distribution of Holy Communion in the Mass and do it by appointment.

Advise the Premier and the Medical Officers of Health that they can issue whatever citation, or fine, or penalty they wish. They can even arrest you and your priests as they did Mr. Skelley, who as of this writing has in his war chest $229,229.00.

Let them drag you in handcuffs from the Cathedral. 

Yesterday, I visited Adamson's BBQ. It was barricaded with concrete barriers and there were over fifty police, none of whom wanted to be there. They were borrowed from across the city. I asked an Officer, "what would happen if 100 or more did this as a protest." He told me, "absolutely nothing, we could not handle it."

Bullies back down.

Unless the coward lets them continue.

Cardinal Collins, you speak much of More and Fisher as you did at the Oratory last Saturday and your Sunday homily from the same Ambo disgraced a few weeks ago by Justin Trudeau, whilst you the servant of us and an Apostle of Jesus Christ, sat behind a pillar, muted  and struck dumb with a face mask. You, were silent whilst Justin Trudeau seized the place of the Word of God and received the Holy Sacrament whilst the cameras panned to the ceiling and for which I have witnesses.


As St. Catherine of Sienna said, "We've had enough exhortations to be silent."

To my fellow Catholics, she commanded us, "Cry out with a thousand tongues - I see the world is rotten because of silence!"

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Saturday 18 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: Go Leafs, Go!

 As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.


Friday 17 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: From the Ambo - take the jab!

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Monday, 15 March 2021

Cardinal Thomas Collins says you "need to vaccine" it is "common sense" and an "act of charity!"

In comments after the Postcommunion in an empty St. Michael's Cathedral yesterday (begins at 54:00), Thomas Cardinal Collins said from the Cathedra that "we need to vaccinate the population" calling it "common sense" and an "act of charity." Not commenting on the recent suspension in much of Europe of the Astra-Zeneca gene therapy, Collins said that "it is a sign of hope" and that it is a "sensible way to get beyond" the virus, a virus that originated in a laboratory in communist China and was released accidentally or intentionally and has spread throughout the world causing illness, death, and economic destruction. Collins mentioned nothing about the testing of these "vaccines" or in some cases the containment of fetal stem cells within it.

We have read and heard from various quarters in the Church, including the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and from many theologians and bio-ethicists that the fact that the HEK 293 stem lines from an aborted baby girl are not something that we need to be concerned about. As with Collins, the word "charity" is the theme heard from Rome to Toronto and beyond throughout the Catholic world. 

More reading on the debate can be found at: 

Let us make no mistake. These chemicals offered by Phizer, Astra-Zeneca (now being banned throughout Europe) and Johnson & Johnson and others, are not vaccines in the traditional sense. A little bit of SARS-CoV-2 is not in the serum as with polio or smallpox. This is experimental gene therapy and the long-term results are not known. The experimental testing is going on in the broader populace. There are documented cases of illness and death as a result of people taking these therapies. This is beyond the fundamental problem of fetal kidney cells from an aborted baby contained within or used to test these products. It also begs the question of how many other products we use daily are never reported as to their testing protocols using fetal stem lines. 

Fundamentally, the taking of these therapies is an individual decision. Should you take it, you must do so with full informed consent and that includes the perennial teaching of the Church, not just now but what She has taught before. I am not a theologian, not a bio-ethicist but it seems pretty simple to me, a "very remote cooperation with evil" is still cooperation with evil. I cannot answer the question of how many angels dance on a pin others have tried and let them continue. I will not subject my body to an experimental therapy that may cause the end of my life or significant negative consequences that do not outweigh the risk from actually catching the disease but more importantly, I will not benefit directly with full knowledge that the benefit is due to the murder of a baby girl by the crime of abortion. I will not be confronted or accused by that child at my particular judgement for benefitting from her death. This is what my conscience dictates, my sins are already grave enough.  Everyone must examine their conscience in this matter.

Returning to the commentary by Cardinal Collins, one must ask a few questions to His Eminence. The Cardinal or His Excellency Mr. Neil MacCarthy are invited to answer (yes, they read these.)

Was your promotion of these gene therapies tied to the niggardly increase of church occupancy to fifteen percent in the grey lockdown areas?

Do you believe that you should personally benefit from the murder of an aborted child?

Are you afraid of speaking against these genetic therapies and the connection to abortion because YouTube may remove your live-stream Mass and Facebook will ban you and thus prevent you from promoting it?

Are you going to demand on pain of suspension that every priest receive the therapy?

Will you punish any parish employee or contractor in the Archdiocese of Toronto who refuses to accept the alleged morality or medical efficacy of the genetic therapy?

Will a "vaccine passport" be necessary to come to Mass?

Are you so much the compromiser as to take the advice of the same "virtuous" public health official that limited church attendance to ten? It was YOU Cardinal Collins that closed the churches and shut down the Mass in November!

Are you prepared for the lawsuits from those who have an illness or the estates of those who may die from these experimental gene therapies that you are promoting and who may take them only because they were confident because "the Cardinal said it was an act of charity and I must be charitable?"

This is just another example of a weak and ineffectual Shepherd who only a few minutes before gave a homily about the Sacred Heart of Jesus and an upcoming pastoral letter. That Heart of Jesus has just been wounded again, not by a faithful shepherd but by a hireling who has sold us out to Cesare.

Thursday 16 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: Give us your money for something you didn't do!

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Saturday, 24 September 2022

Cardinal Collins shut down the Mass for you but wants $30,000,000.00 of your money for pagan "Indigenous spirituality!"


The Archdiocese of Toronto will hold a special collection next weekend, October 1/2, to support the Indigenous Healing & Reconciliation Fund. Catholics throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto are invited to participate in this collection. The collection is a national grassroots effort to assist healing and reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples of This Land. The fund was the result of a $30 million financial commitment made by the Canadian Bishops in September 2021. 

Funds will support culture and language revitalization, education and community building, healing and reconciliation for communities and families and dialogue involving Indigenous elders, spiritual leaders and youth with a focus on Indigenous spirituality and culture. This is an opportunity to follow the invitation of the Holy Father made earlier this year for each one of us to become engaged in the healing and reconciliation journey.

For more information or to donate online, visit: www.archtoronto.org/healingandreconciliation

That there is generational suffering amongst many of the indigenous peoples of Canada is undeniable. This has been a result of government policy, the tearing up of the same treaties, the perversion and corruption of chiefs and so much more. Is there clean water even yet in Attawapiskat? Over a century ago, the Government of Canada developed a policy of integration and assimilation. On one hand, there were good reasons for this, including full participation of native peoples in social and economic society. On the other, the national interest of resource development, railroads and Eastern European wheat farmers necessitating getting them off their historic land to make room. It is a complicated issue. I have written previously that, in my view, the great error of the Catholics of the day, mainly religious orders, was to work hand in hand with the government in an action against the interests of the people and of truth (as with the shut down of churches over the flu). 

In two days, we will recall the Feast of the Canadian Martyrs who, while three centuries earlier, lived amongst the people and preached Christ and salvation. Those Orders and Bishops should have used St. Jean de Brebeuf and St. Isaac Jogues and companions as examples, not partnering with the secular state. Yes, we will go to their teepees and long houses and we will educate them and guide them, but we won't take them from their homes." This is what the response should have been. The question of residential school graveyards is an opportunity for anti-catholic hatred and bigotry. Yes, there are graves. Children died of diseases, influenza, diphtheria, meningitis, and measles. Maybe some were abused. A tragedy, but these are not mass graves as we understand them from Hitler or Pol Pot or Stalin.

To return to the statement above, Toronto Catholics and others in Canada are being asked to fund $30,000,000.00 in "dialogue involving Indigenous elders, spiritual leaders and youth with a focus on Indigenous spirituality and culture." What does this mean? A return to their pagan routes? The grandmothers of the four winds or whatever other pagan practices have been reborn amongst the current generation of indigenous witch doctors? They shut you out of the church and now expect you to pay for their errors while they affirm these people in pagan idolatry and deny Jesus Christ.

Not one penny. 

Wednesday 15 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: Smudging in the Cathedral

 As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Friday, 7 October 2022

The first "Smudging" of Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto - November 2021

Well friends, this is probably the first "smudging" of Thomas Cardinal Collins and he gets a good smudge. The second was with the Pope and Canadian bishops and the third, more recently.

Smudge one. Smudge all!

Tuesday 14 March 2023

The Legacy of Thomas Cardinal Collins: The sanctioning by refusing to fight on consitutional grounds the dreams of a convicted educrat pervert!

As the great celebration of embracing gratitude for His Most Serene Eminence, Thomas "No Mass For You" Collins approaches, it behooves us to recycle some posts from the past.

Sunday, 1 March 2015

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the children - hers and yours

For those readers visiting this blog from outside of Ontario, the provincial government here has introduced a new curriculum that will provide explicit sexual education to our children. Those in Ontario should be well familiar with it by now and if not, you had better get familiar with it, and now! 

I have written about it before on numerous occasions and the association between the Premier, Kathleen Wynne pictured on the left with her "partner" and the convicted child pornographer Benjamin Levin, a professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and former Assistant Deputy Minister of Education in the Government of Ontario's Ministry of Education. Levin, who even tried to entice a mother to abuse her own child on camera for his filthy pursuits wrote this curriculum originally under the previous government. The topics for elementary children, including those in our Catholic schools include so-called same-sex marriage, multiple gender identity, oral copulation, masturbation, sodomy, and so on beginning in the first grade.

For all those Catholics and other Christians out there who voted a few months ago for the Liberal government in Ontario, what did you think was going to happen? If you are thinking about Justin Trudeau in the next federal election, think again.

Elections have consequences and you are now the victim, or should I say, your children will be the victims. Do you really want your little girl to come home one day and talk about fellatio over the pasta? How about your little boy coming home and telling you he is going to masturbate tonight because they learned it in school today.

Premier Wynne, herself a lesbian, has called parents opposed to the change in the curriculum "homophobic." Wynne was married with three children and invited her lesbian lover to move into the master bedroom while her husband ended up in the basement. The destruction of her own family is documented in a book in which she and they participated in; now it is playing out for yours as is quite clearly demonstrated at Henry Makow, Ph.D.









Monday 13 March 2023

Ten years later: the Bergoglian Scandal of subservience to Communist China!

It has been an outright betrayal not only of the real, underground Church in China and the suffering people, but all of the lao baixing. 

Francis has literally signed a deal with the devil.



Masonic Lodge praises election of Jorge Bergoglio "Nothing will be the same again"

It was ten years ago today. Has there been even a day of peace for Catholics? I knew nothing of Jorge Bergoglio but when he came out on the loggia, I had chills and wanted to vomit, it went on for hours. There was a reason. 

"Nothing will be the same again." When the enemy tells you what they're going to do, believe them.

Saturday, 28 February 2015

Grand Orient Masonic Lodge of Italy - Martini, McCarrick and how nothing would be the same again

Oh we have so much we could write but instead, I'll just give you these pictures and links to a couple of other sites and a search for you to find it all. I have written previously of the comment, "nothing will be the same again" as stated by the Grande Oriente d'Italia upon the election of Pope Francis. The Masonic Press Agency was publicising it as well and leave most of it for you to find and spread to all the Catholic world.

So let us see, we have a powerful man telling this Cardinal that said that Jorge Bergoglio can change it in five years and one that could potentially be blackmailed to make it so and talk him up and then when it all happens the Lodge issues a statement that "nothing will be the same."

Oh, one more thing; they failed in 2005 when Joseph Ratzinger was elected as Pope. Martini was their man and when they couldn't get him elected they drove the gentle Pope from his office. 

You can figure the rest out.

So be it.

Italian Fremasonry praises Pope Francis I -01

Italian Masonry praises Cardinal Martini

Card Martini was a freemason