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May God have mercy on our country June 26, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, asshatery, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, persecution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, shocking, Society.
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Even though I am still in glorious deep rural Kansas I am aware that 9 unelected, unrepresentative, elitist oligarch lawyers in black robes just destroyed this nation as it has been known.

See previous post. It was spot on. We are beyond done. Major D’s are already speaking of eliminating tax exempt status for churches that do not comply.  That will only be the beginning.

May God have mercy on us all, especially “Catholic” Anthony Kennedy AND those prelates and priests who allow him to continue gravely wounding the Church and souls, heap sin upon sin, blasphemy the Our Lord in the Flesh, and basically wage a one man war against all that is good,  decent, and holy.

Pray, fast, and receive the Sacraments as much as you can, while you still can.  The future of this country unfolds before us like an endless night.

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1. TG - June 26, 2015

I thought there were two Catholic judges that voted for sodomy – Kennedy and Sotomeyer. I wouldn’t include all 9 in destroying us but 5. They are like Judas. Very upsetting decision. This is causing scandal because I already heard – you know that there are 6 Catholic judges. With a majority like that, we should have won. God help us.

2. TG - June 26, 2015

As a Catholic I hate to say this but if we get a new President, I hope we can Evangelical Christians in the Supreme Court.

3. huxleyorwell - June 26, 2015

Awful! They want to force their will on the churches–and they today have gotten what they want! No respect for religious freedom!

By the way, didn’t the (original) Sodomites (of Sodom-And-Gomorrah infamy) seek to impose their views and force their wills upon both Lot and his guests (the two angels)?

4. Jim the Tim - June 26, 2015

Queers poofs whores and vagabonds the lot of them . The I S A mob is running amok around the World and our so called leaders are more interested in their Bum Chums.

5. RVBlake - June 27, 2015

Justices Kagan and Ginsberg should have been removed from this case; both have a history of enthusiastically supporting pervert “marriage.” That is, in a nation of laws.

6. Woody - June 27, 2015

I wish I knew where Justice Kennedy was attending Mass this weekend.

7. camper - June 27, 2015

Tantum, I’m on your side, but I once said your Americanism is showing, and here it is again. Elitism can be wonderful and the chief civic pillar of a nation; this, obviously, is horrible. Since sodomy is sexual mediocrity systematized, I don’t think it can be characterized as true elitism. They’re just democrats – with a little ‘d’. Remember, the legal fiction they have foisted upon us is supported by more than fifty percent of the people, according to polls.

So too, oligarchy itself is not necessarily bad. Strictly, aristocracies are oligarchical, though often the word oligarchy is used to refer to bad governments of few men. Your Americanism is showing! Support your true and good elites! They need your help!

8. Kathleen - June 27, 2015

It was explicitly the aristocracy that was behind the overthrow of monarchy.

As yanks we tend to lump them together, but they are ***very*** distinct entities.

As to the original topic:

“Pray, fast, and receive the Sacraments as much as you can, while you still can.”

Amen.

camper - June 27, 2015

It would depend on the monarchy, but I assume you mean the UK… I’m not up on UK history enough, but of course the UK has not been a monarchy by any real sense of the meaning since 1688…

Kathleen - June 27, 2015

Throughout former Christendom (Europe) the systematic overthrow of Catholic monarchy was instigated and driven by the aristocracy.

camper - June 29, 2015

This doesn’t make aristocracy inherently bad. In England, Henry VIII was the original bad boy (historic monster). That doesn’t mean we should reject monarchy, either.

9. Baseballmom - June 27, 2015

I told my Pastor this morning that the Church will lose its 501(c)(3) status and he did not think it was possible. 3-5 years I told him. He said….”not likely” – so I said, “10 years ago did you think TODAY would happen?” Puzzled look and then a quiet…. “No…”

TLM - June 27, 2015

Some of our prelates are living in la la land. In all actuality you can blame the Churches and in particular, the Catholic Church for this atrocity. Oh yes, the USCCB came out with their ‘statement of protest’ so to speak, but a day late and a dollar short as usual. Their silence from the pulpits and even capitulation with the progressive politicians to keep their coffers status quo is beyond inexcusable, and has been beyond destructive both to the people in the pews and to the culture at large. They have much to answer for.

Baseballmom - June 28, 2015

Yes, they will. A statement from one diocese said it all……basically said that they were disappointed by the decision blah blah blah and then went on to say that they would still advocate for important issues like immigration reform etc…. In another words, “pleeeeez don’t take away our tax exempt status, we will see to it that Democrats get and keep a one party system…. PLEEEEEZ?????”

TLM - June 28, 2015

Spineless, gutless wonders.

Dismas - June 29, 2015

I like you, baseballmom. You have this stuff figured out. Those who would venture out now and then to suggest this stuff were immediately labeled as tin-foil-hat loonies. This stuff is not rocket science. Sometimes it seems folks can’t see the runaway locomotive until it hits them.

camper - June 29, 2015

I’d say they could lose their status sooner than that. If the Dems win Congress in 2016, all bets are off…

10. Frank - June 27, 2015

Amazingly, Obama didn’t lie about one thing. He said he would fundamentally change America and he did. Tragic.

11. RVBlake - June 27, 2015

Baseballmom,

I PRAY we lose our much-vaunted tax-free status. There will be financial hardships, but orthodox Catholics will support their own without being tied to the Devil in DC.

Baseballmom - June 27, 2015

I agree 1000%!!!!! Actually, I am looking forward to it 😊

D - June 28, 2015

Agree. 5 star comment. And just think, the U.S Gov’t can pay down the national debt with the extra tax revenue. LOL!

12. Edison Frisbee - June 27, 2015

Focus on faith and family…..the country is beyond repair.

13. Melanie - June 27, 2015

I wonder what sort of impact this will have on homeschoolers.

14. Woody - June 27, 2015

This all started a long time ago. I’ve always had a problem with the CCC, 1983, stating that the homosexual act is bad but the person is not. Of course, this parallels the phrase hate the sin, love the sinner. Now, two similar scenarios. The Catholic homosexual couple living together who comes to church but are sexually chaste. The Catholic heterosexual couple, civilly divorced, first marriage not annulled, remarried, living together but are sexually chaste. Both couples come to church, holding hands, during the sign of peace they kiss on the lips, they don’t go to communion because they are practicing Catholics circa 21st Century, and they carry on like all heterosexual couples in the Church except they are sexually chaste. The Church looks on them as good, practicing Catholic couples because they are sexually chaste. Is that all there is to marriage? Do the children in the Church look upon these particular couples and say to themselves “What they are doing is okay so when I grow up, I could do the same.” What happened to shame? Where am I wrong for wondering that these scenarios aren’t right? Help me out here.

Jim the Tim - June 28, 2015

As the saying goes -if you look like a duck ,act like a duck,quack like a duck, -your likely to be a duck. If it’s not natural it’s wrong.

H-town - June 28, 2015

I would agree with you Woody, this whole notion that it’s okay to have same sex attraction as long as you don’t act on it, is wrongheaded. It’s directly lead to this disturbing new movement in the Church called the “new homophiles”, where chaste homosexuality is celebrated.

Woody - June 28, 2015

Yes. It appears that the Church only cares about sexual gratification but has no problem with all the other aspects of a homosexual relationship. The Church speaks of couples in grave sin relationships acting as “brother and sister” to avoid the sin. But what “brother and sister” hold hands when walking about or kissing one another or living in the same home as a married couple? Shouldn’t ONLY the truly married couple be allowed to truly live as a married couple? The Church must not accept the secular world’s definition of homosexuality or same sex attraction as being normal. She must hold firm to all sexual deviant behavior as being abnormal and thus sinful. A third scenario comes to mind which the Church has no problem saying is unacceptable: the heterosexual couple not yet married but living together but being sexually chaste. This is very wrong says the Church. And yet later this year at synod there will actually be a debate on how to condone the first two scenarios. There should be no debate. Just as in the third scenario, the answer to the first two scenarios is they are sinful as against God and natural law and cannot be condoned.

15. Tim Thunell - June 27, 2015

Justice Kennedy is in”good standing” and “full communion”. Bishop Fellay and the SSPX are “irregular”. The inmates are running the asylum.

“In an insane world the sane man must appear insane”….Mr. Spock

TLM - June 28, 2015

Justice Kennedy is under the umbrella (I do believe) of Cdl. Wuerl. Rightfully, he should be publicly and formally excommunicated, but of course Cdl. Wuerl would NEVER do that if y’all know what he’s like. Kennedy was not going by law. What he did was blatantly unconstitutional to begin with, no reason not to excommunicate him.

camper - June 28, 2015

Cardinal Wuerl should be excommunicated. Who are we kidding?

16. Baseballmom - June 29, 2015

Another courageous article from Joe Sciambra at ChurchMilitant today. I know Joe, he is a strong, faithful Catholic man. What he is doing takes much courage in this day of open attacks upon those who speak and write Truth about the homosexual lifestyle. Please offer a Hail Mary for him. Thanks.

17. red6020 - June 29, 2015

“Even though I am still in glorious deep rural Kansas I am aware that 9 unelected, unrepresentative, elitist oligarch lawyers in black robes just destroyed this nation as it has been known.

See previous post. It was spot on. We are beyond done”

I understand your pessimism on a purely natural level. But we shouldn’t despair that this situation is impossible to reverse, even at this stage.

Christianity rose as Rome fell in its decadence. The U.S. could be converted to Catholicism within a hundred years (by God’s grace).

I’ve said this before, but one truly holy pope would change around the direction of the Church almost immediately. St. Francis de Sales led tens of thousands back to the Church, can we not too? Is there really such a thing as the “New Evangelization” (all due respect to Pope Benedict)? Are these not all problems that we have faced before and have overcome through the work of saintly men? (Which could be us, by the way, and kudos to Tantumblogo on his prayer vigils outside the “gentlemen’s” club in Dallas, that’s exactly what’s needed)

That said, I don’t think the solution is being optimistic as if “everything’s fine, we don’t have to do anything” like many bishops and priests are today. But I feel as if we should pray, not only for our perseverance in the face of any persecution but for our victory over our enemies. May any persecution that comes or is coming or has come lead shortly to Christ’s victory in this land. Liberals are powerless in and of themselves. Their victories have always been and will always be as a result of the failures or lack of devotion in the Church.

18. RVBlake - June 29, 2015

I foresee a sedate July 4 here…not feeling particularly patriotic this summer. Will be an excellent opportunity to do a First Saturday for BVM for this wretched government.

Woody - June 29, 2015

Hey, how about First Friday, Sacred Heart. Nine in a row. Then First Saturday, Immaculate Heart. Five in a row. Perfect timing for what we truly need.

RVBlake - June 30, 2015

Great idea!


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