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Saturday, 6 May 2017

You stupid, rigid young people

You stupid, rigid young people. How dare you believe in something greater than yourselves. How dare you struggle to keep your bodies free from drugs and disease. 

What stupid rigid dupes you are not engaging in sexual relations and perversions and struggling "contra mundum" to live the life that Our Lord Jesus Christ desires for you.

You are a sinner, falling for the temptation of rigidity. You are hiding something, really. You put on a false face and then you do bad things when nobody is looking. 

You stupid rigid hypocrite, leading a double-life, praying as your ancestors did, and worshiping God in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in accord with the Saints.

How stupid are you, you rigid youts, or is it, yutes?

And how great your reward will be in heaven.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Youts? I never heard the term.

Margaret

Vox Cantoris said...

Ah, maybe I should have written, "yutes."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6qGwmXZtsE

Anonymous said...

If Pope Francis is attacking you, you're probably doing something right. Strange times.

Osusanna said...

Rejoice when the world hates you. !

Dan said...

"God loves a cheerful sinner." Pope Luther-Francis

Chad H. said...

It's times like these I am proud to be rigid and unyielding to the willies of the world.

Kathleen1031 said...

I would imagine it's "youts", lol. One must see the film My Cousin Vinny to appreciate "youts".

Anonymous said...

This babbling coming out of “call me” Jorge’s mouth is absolutely disgusting.
In an age where wickedness abounds, he should be strengthening his sheep against the tide of evil, telling all the faithful to put on the Armor of God. Instead he is abusing us. Living a life of morals and values in this day and age makes you an outcast. Unless you’re not sleeping around or homosexual, have tattoos all over your body, earrings through your nose, penis or whatever, getting drunk or drugged up, trying to get places at the expense of others, for abortions, and demanding euthanasia you are and outcast. And all this creep can say is you nasty Catholics are hypocrites. What an evil man Jorge is.. Hope he repents before God vomits him out.

Jim Norwood said...

Good article on the Pope.

https://www.onepeterfive.com/interview-george-neumayr-author-political-pope/

Anonymous said...

God is using him as a source of grace for those on the receiving end of his arrows.All things work for the Glory of God ,even when they think they are doing the opposite.

Anonymous said...

This babbling coming out of “call me” Jorge’s mouth is absolutely disgusting.
In an age where wickedness abounds, he should be strengthening his sheep against the tide of evil, telling all the faithful to put on the Armor of God. Instead he is abusing us. Living a life of morals and values in this day and age makes you an outcast. Unless you are sleeping around or homosexual, have tattoos all over your body, earrings through your nose, penis or whatever, getting drunk or drugged up, trying to get places at the expense of others, for abortions, and demanding euthanasia you are an outcast. And all this creep can say is you nasty Catholic are hypocrites. What a evil man Jorge is.. Hope he repents before God vomits him out.

Anonymous said...

And why did Card. Jorge Bergoglio, who “laughed only
when he defeated his opponent,” who “never forgot an
insult,” who was a “hard master, closed, tyrannical,
more feared than loved,” “tender with enemies yet brutal
with his brothers,” once he became “Bishop of
Rome,” suddenly begin to kiss children? http://padrepioandchiesaviva.com/uploads/Antipope_en_OKfinal.pdf

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Anonymous @ 11:13pm,
Thank you very much for making us aware of this link. I have read Fr. Luigi Villa and prior writings of Dr. Franco Adessa, who continues Fr. Villa's work, but I was unaware of this up to date article. Please post this link on every R&R blog you can find. I can't because I am banned by all except Vox. Please God that every visitor to Vox Cantoris reads this article.

We now have so much information as to what is going on, that any who ignore it, can only be guilty of willful blindness. The conciliar popes of lucifer wear their judeo-masonic insignia under our noses, but many refuse to see. They observe with eyes tight shut.

In my humble opinion, those who read this link and the previous writings of Fr. Villa and Dr. Adessa and who pertinaceously, (knowingly) and obstinately persist in recognizing the church of man as the Catholic Church and the Patriarch of the World as the Vicar of Christ, are aiding and abetting satanic heretics and place their souls in the greatest possible danger. Culpable ignorance is no excuse. The evidence is clear before the eyes of those who wish to see. How will they explain their intransigence to Jesus at their personal judgement?

Anonymous said...

Dan (above)
Your Pope Luther Francis reminded me of how angry I was that this man had the gall to name himself after the holy Seraphic Father Francis of Assisi. I, too, think he far more repeats the *reformation* of Luther than of St. Francis. I am just so sick of this man I want to vomit every time he opens his mouth.

Anonymous said...

Christ was not rigid ,he was very flexable,specially when he was beating those money changers out of the Temple.

Anonymous said...

Excellent. I hope to get the book soon - not today, though. The Lord hates it when people shop on Sundays and Holy Days. He said that to Sr. Mary of St. Peter, to whom He revealed the Devotion to His Holy Face.

jac said...

Who is rigid, if not Pope Francis himself ?
- He stubbornly refuses to see the mess he put in the Chuch with AL
- He destroyed the FFI without one second of mercy for the poor friars
- He is now striving to destroy the SMOM (Knights of Malta) in the same way after he obliged Fra' Festing to resign without allowing him one minute to ponder the issue.

john said...

Besides, Benedict XVI is still pope. You can't have two Popes. It's obvious the conclave was fixed, and Benedict had no backbone to resist the pressure to move on. Plus, the desire to innovate the chair of Peter to that of a multi-headed papacy would render Bergoglio's election void.

Stephen Lowe said...

I think he is trying his best to change us into goats.he finds that meat tastier.

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Anonymous@ 11:13 pm, I referred the link and my comment to Fr. Arnold Trauner for his opinion. I have his permission to publish his reply to me, which imparts sage advice and also points out a mistake Dr. Adessa makes in saying a Pope may not resign:

Dear Dr Peter,

I think it is basically ok to make people aware that there are many layers of mud which cover the Christian society, and thus constitute the horrible aspect of the present crisis.
It is my conviction, though, that this can only constitute an "argumentum ad hominem" and an eye-opener. But I would not put my hand into the fire for the seriousness, or reliability of the informations given by "Chiesa viva".
There are examples of Fr. Luigi Villa copying texts and publishing them under his name.
His successor, Dr. Franco Adessa, is over-stretching the prudent measure - in my view - by seeing satanic and masonic symbols, gestures etc. just about everywhere.
Many of these features may be real; but it suffices that one, or the other of them be proven untrue in order to demolish the reputation of the whole work.
What I mean is: "qui nimis probat nihil probat" - He who proves too much, is proving nothing. A few well-researched and well-argumented facts are better than 10 or 100 fold the amount of not so well researched or argumented...

E.g. I just checked the "argument" on page 2 of this pdf:
"According to the “Constitutio de Sede Apostolica Vacante,” [Constitution of the Apostolic See is vacant] promulgated by Pope Pius XII(Prince Eugenio Pacelli) 8-12-1945 paragraph 99, the Roman Pontiff may NOT resign."
(cf.http://w2.vatican.va/content/pius xii/la/apost_constitutions/documents/hf_p-xii_apc_19451208_vacantis-apostolicae-sedis.html)

The original is saying:
"99. Electum vero haeredem et Successorem Nostrum rogamus, ne muneris arduitate deterritus ab eodem subeundo se retrahat, at potius divinae voluntatis consilio humiliter se subiiciat : nam Deus qui imponit onus, manum etiam Ipse supponetene ei ferendo sit impar; is enim qui oneris est auctor, Ipse est administrationis adiutor; et ne sub magnitudine gratiae succumbat infirmus, dabit virtutem qui contulit dignitatem."
It is in the chapter of "what is to be done, or to be avoided, at the election..."
"Electum..." clearly means the one elected by the conclave. He should not refuse to accept the election. That is all. Nothing here stipulates a positive precept forbidding a reigning Pope to resign. (By his accepting the election, normally the elect becomes Pope, i.e. he receives Christ's authority. This is not the case with JP I, JP II, Ben. XVI and Francis because of an obstacle which they have carried, and still carry with them: the acceptance of Vatican 2 and its evil teachings, reforms etc.) Maybe Dr. Adessa doesn't know his Latin too well...? But certainly the quote and what he makes of it, is totally out of place, and out of the question.

Just wanted to make you aware that "all is not gold that shines".

God bless you

Fr. Arnold Trauner

This shows why we need Catholic Priests to guide us. (I mean us lay bloggers - I'm not invoking the Royal We :) ) We are Catholic laymen doing our best to fight evil and to bear true Catholic witness, but we are laymen without the proper training and background of a Priest. Thank God that there are still some true Priests left.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Peter .I do read that site ,but find the measurements and symbolism overwhelming.

Anonymous said...

Vox, why don't you make many news posts anymore? Have you decided to turn your blog into a blog that mainly shares readings from the Divine Office and such? I have always looked forward to your take on stuff going on in the Catholic world.

susan said...

Vox...it's been many days since your last post....you OK?

Vox Cantoris said...

Dear Anon at 9:38 and Susan,

I am well, just a little "blogged out" lately.

I wonder if others go through it. I took a break in Lent from the day to day and tried to evoke something a little more profound with the psalms and Office quotes.

Worry not friends, I'm here. Just a little busy with work, family and preparing the Schola for Our Lady of Fatima and Ascension Masses.

We'll be on the horse again shortly.

God love you for your concern.