Saturday, July 29, 2017

Smells and bells and well, giant spiders!


Nothing says I know only the externals of the Faith 

but not the internals 

better than the behavior of Abp. Terrence Prendergast!


Kumo the spider sits atop the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica.


On 26 May 2017, Abp. Terrence Prendergast ordained seven priests for the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) at North American Martyrs Church in Lincoln, Nebraska. During his homily he “spoke eloquently of the responsibilities that these new priests would inherit through this sacrament. He encouraged them to place their lives into the hands of the Blessed Mother, and to reinforce their vocation through frequent prayer and visits to the Most Blessed Sacrament.”  As you will see in a moment, Prendergast is not only a Jesuit like Francis but he also doesn’t always practice what he preaches.  This wasn’t the first time he ordained men for the FSSP.  You can click here to read his sermon from 2015 and see a few photos of the ceremony where he ordained two men.


Prendergast ordained seven men at North American Martyrs Church in 2017.

 Smells & bells!

Abp. Terry, those are nice vestments but what about knowing and living the Faith?

Prendergast performed two ordinations at Saint-Hyacinthe in 2015.


Fast-forward to this past week, 27 July 2017 eight o’clock in the evening, to the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica in Ottawa, the seat of Abp. Terry.  According to the presser sent out by the diocese, Msgr. Daniel Berniquez, Rector of the Cathedral gave permission over one year ago for the following to take place.  Want to bet that the archbishop knew all about it?  Outside the Cathedral was the North American debut for La Machine, a French street theater company headed by François Delarozière.  The show which La Machine put on is named, ‘The Spirit of the Dragon-Horse, With Stolen Wings’ and will last for four days ranging in locations all over downtown Ottawa. So what is the premise of the show?
“From the ninth level of heaven, Long Ma—a cosmic creature who is half-horse, half-dragon—keeps watch over humanity. But a sinister force that has taken the form of a giant spider slips into his home as he sleeps, burning his wings and robbing his sacred temple. From this time forth, the Dragon-Horse roams the seven seas in search of his missing temple.

The giant spider, Kumo, takes refuge in Ottawa, the mother-city of all spiders. Buried deep beneath the waves, the temple remains concealed. But the recent work undertaken by the city to build Ottawa’s new transit line has disturbed Kumo, and she is forced to emerge from the ground. Her power depleted, the spider becomes vulnerable and loses control of the temple, which reappears in the city. Alerted by this apparition, Long Ma sets out on the route taken by Champlain several centuries earlier, with the intention of recovering his temple of travel, a shrine that he alone has the power to properly restore.”

source: Ottawa 2017 signature events, La Machine, The Story

 Abp. Terry tweeted these photos and said of them that they are “beautiful images”

Kumo the spider on the side of the Cathedral-Basilica overlooking a statue of Bishop Guigues.


This is what was being kicked off at the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica and with the permission of the archbishop!   A half-dragon in heaven whose temple belongs to Our Lady?!  How occultic and satanic!  You’d think that an archbishop would know better!  Abp. Terry’s behavior demonstrates that he is no different than other false conservatives such as Raymond Burke who sits on the board of advisers for the Association of Hebrew Catholics and had to be corrected by the Vatican concerning males becoming sisters; and Athanasius Schneider who believes that the Church will be saved by interreligious dialogue, both of whom also ordain priests for the FSSP.  It’s safe to say we were incorrect, after the display at the Catheral Basilica it appears that Abp. Terry no longer gets the externals correct. 


One wonders where someone would get the idea to belittle the Blessed Virgin Mary?


Francis offers a t-shirt and ball to the Blessed Virgin Mary after WYD 2013 Rio.


Or to desecrate a basilica?


Fiat Lux: Illuminating Our Common Home on St. Peter’s Basilica.


Quick question: Does a Catholic or modernist allow this to happen?



*****UPDATE *****
See the comment by Anonymous - July 29, 2017 at 2:06 PM, for more information 
on the connection between spiders, pedophiles, and Abp. Prendergast.
*****UPDATE *****



The entire monstrosity on top of 

&

outside of the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica







What goes on in those private audiences with Francis?


Francis speaks to the leaders of the 
Congregation of the Resurrection




Consistory Hall
Saturday, 24 June 2017

Dear Brothers,
I am pleased to receive you on the occasion of your General Chapter.  I thank the Superior General for his kind words, and through you, I greet all your confrères present in fifteen countries on four continents.
As spiritual sons of Bogdan Janski, the apostle of Polish émigrés in France in the nineteenth century, you were founded in order to testify that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is at the basis of the Christian life, to proclaim the need for personal resurrection, and to support the community in its mission of service to the Kingdom of God.  In close connection to the charism of the Institute, you have chosen as the theme of this Chapter: Witnesses of the Presence of the Risen Lord: from Community to the World.  I would like to reflect with you on three particular phrases.
1. Witnesses of the Presence of the Risen Lord.  In a word, missionaries, apostles of the Living One.  In this regard, I would propose to you as an icon Mary Magdalene, the apostle to the apostles.  On Easter morn, having encountered the risen Jesus, she proclaimed him to the other disciples.  She sought Jesus dead and found him alive.  This is the joyful Good News she brought to the others: Christ is alive and he has the power to conquer death and bestow eternal life.
This brings us to a first reflection.  Nostalgia for a past that was rich in vocations and impressive achievements must not prevent you from seeing the life that the Lord is causing to blossom, today too, in your midst.  Do not yield to nostalgia, but be men who, moved by faith in the God of history and of life, proclaim the coming of the dawn amid the darkness of the night (cf. Is 21:11-12).  Men of contemplation, who, with the eyes of the heart fixed on the Lord, can see what others, caught up in the concerns of this world, cannot.  Men capable of proclaiming, with the boldness born of the Spirit, that Jesus Christ is alive and is Lord.
A second reflection is this.  Mary Magdalene and the other women who went to the tomb that morning (cf. Lk 24:1-8) were women “on the move”: they abandoned their “nest” and set out; they took a risk.  The Spirit is calling you too, Brothers of the Resurrection, to be men who set out, to be an Institute “on the move” towards every human periphery, wherever the light of the Gospel needs to be brought.  The Spirit is calling you to be seekers of the face of God wherever it is to be found: not in the tombs – “Why do you look for the living among the dead?” (v. 5) – but where it lives: in the community and in mission.
2. From Community to the World.  Like the disciples of Emmaus, allow the Risen One to walk at your side, both as individuals and in community, especially along the path of disappointment and abandonment (cf. Lk 24:11ff.).  This encounter will make you run once more, filled with joy and without delay, to the community, and from the community to the entire world, in order to tell others that “The Lord is risen indeed!” (v. 34).
Those who believe in the Risen One have the courage to “go forth” and bring to others the Good News of the resurrection, embracing the risks of testimony, even as the Apostles did.  How many people are waiting for this joyful proclamation!  It is not right for us to deprive them of it.  If the resurrection of Christ is our greatest certainty and our most precious treasure, how can we not run to proclaim it to others?
A concrete way of showing this is fraternal life in community.  It entails accepting the brothers the Lord has given us: not those whom we choose, but those the Lord has given us. As the Apostle Paul tells us, now that Christ has risen from the dead, we can no longer look at others from a human point of view (cf. 2 Cor 5:16).  We view them and we accept them as a gift from the Lord.  Others are a gift not to be taken for granted or looked down upon, but a gift to be received with respect, because in our brothers, especially if they are weak and frail, Christ comes to meet us.
I urge you to be builders of evangelical communities and not merely their “consumers”.  I ask you to make fraternal life in community your primary form of evangelization.  May communities be open to mission and flee every form of self-absorption, which leads to death.  Do not let problems – for problems will always be there – overwhelm you.
Instead, cultivate the mysticism of encounter and, together with the brothers the Lord has given you, as you dwell “in the light of the loving relationship of the three divine Persons”, seek ways and means to move forward (cf. Apostolic Letter To All Consecrated People, 21 November 2014, I, 2).  In a society that tends to reduce everything to flat uniformity, where injustice gives rise to divisions and hostility, in a world torn and aggressive, ensure that the witness of fraternal life and community will never be lacking!
3. Prophets of joy and of Easter hope.  The Risen Lord poured out upon his disciples two forms of consolation: interior joy and the light of the paschal mystery.  The joy of recognizing the presence of the Risen Jesus draws you into his Person and his will: for this very reason, it leads to mission.  The light of the paschal mystery brings new hope, a “trustworthy hope”, as Pope Benedict XVI has said (Spe Salvi, 2).  Risen in order to enable others to rise, set free in order to bring freedom to others, born to new life in order to bring new life to birth in everyone who crosses our path: this is your vocation and mission as Brothers of the Resurrection.
“Why do you look for the living among the dead?” (Lk 24:5).  May these words continually resound in your hearts.  They will help you to overcome moments of sadness and will open before you horizons of joy and hope.  They will enable you to shatter tombstones, and give you the strength to proclaim the Good News in this culture so often marked by death.  If we have the courage to descend to our personal and community tombs, we will see how Jesus can make us rise from them.  This will enable us to rediscover the joy, the happiness and the passion of those moments when we first made of our lives a gift to God and others.
Dear brothers, I conclude by repeating something I have often said to consecrated persons, especially during the Year of Consecrated Life: remember the past with gratitude, live the present with passion, and embrace the future with hope.  A grateful memory of the past: not archaeology, because charism is always a wellspring of living water, not a bottle of distilled water.  A passion for maintaining ever alive and young our first love, who is Jesus.  Hope, in the knowledge that Jesus is with us and guides our steps, even as he guided the steps of our founders.
May Mary, who in a singular way experienced and continues to experience the mystery of her Son’s Resurrection, watch over your journey with a Mother’s love.  I give all of you my blessing.  And I ask you, please, not to forget to pray for me. Thank you.

Stefan Molyneux, the alt-right’s psychopath


psy·cho·path       a person suffering from chronic mental disorder
/ˈsīkəˌpaTH/          an unstable and aggressive person


The gnostic-satanism Molyneux taught his daughter.


(The Joe Rogan Experience #436, Stefan Molyneux @ 1:05:27, click here)


Molyneux’s mother’s Jewish family



Molyneux’s Jewish Supremacism  Jews have higher IQs*


*According to IQ Research, Israel was tied for 40th in the world out of 183 countries.
As if IQ means anything.


How Molyneux feels about Christianity & Christians



This guy is nuts he says Christians are responsible for the big-brother nanny state and on another podcast that Christians are our allies against the State.



Christians are corrupt



The insane mind of Molyneux: Is it white or black,
up or down, Mormonism is Christianity, etc...




‘I apologize for not tempering my criticism of religious doctrines with praise for positive aspects religious doctrines.’
Stefan Molyneux paraphrased on his forum




Friday, July 28, 2017

Francis’ Message of the Day


One of Francis’ fellow Jesuits, Fr. Eduardo J. Dougherty, has launched a new service, a one to two minute video message about Francis and his message emailed to you every day.  These will be “inspirational videos that contains useful, positive content, keeping subscribers in touch and in tune with the Pope on a daily basis.”  Just think, the gospel according to Francis brought to you by Brazilian Charismatics every day!  It’s enough to make one feel nauseous.  Be sure to let Fr. Dougherty (he speaks English) know by phone at +55 19 3871.9620 and let him know what you think of Francis’ Message of the Day, especially when the heresy and blasphemy of Francis inevitably hits your inbox.


Surprise!!! It’s more of ‘humble’ Francis!


Fr. Eduardo J. Dougherty lays out his grand plans



Vladimir ‘defender of Christianity’ Putin kisses a boy on the stomach because he wanted “to stroke him like a cat”.


What in the world is he doing?

“MOSCOW (AFP) — The leader of Russia said Thursday he kissed a boy on the stomach because he wanted to treat him like a cat. 
Russian President Vladimir Putin raised eyebrows last week during a walk around the Kremlin when he suddenly lifted a young boy's shirt and kissed his stomach. But the action was harmless, Putin said during an Internet chat session Thursday. 
"It was an unplanned meeting — people just came up and started talking to me," Putin said. "He seemed very independent and serious. At the same time a child is always defenseless and nice. I wanted to stroke him like a cat and it came out in this gesture. There was nothing behind it." 
Putin fielded questions put by ordinary Internet users and chaired by a Russian and a BBC journalist. According to Russian news agencies 162,000 questions were submitted by Internet. Putin eventually answered 49.”
source: USA Today, Russian president defends stomach kiss

Awkward!


Alternative video #1 & #2


Marina Litvinenko told the media that her husband, Alexander Litvinenko, was murdered by Putin.  Alexander Litvinenko died from being poisoned by polonium-210, a radioactive chemical element.  This happened four months after he wrote an article, The Kremlin Pedophile, which alleged that Vladimir Putin is a pedophile.



Related:



This tops one of Francis’ favorite activities, 

touching pregnant women’s bellies!



Thursday, July 27, 2017

the new evangelization in Austria


Sabine Latzenhofer, a pastoral assistant carries the monstrance in the Feast of Corpus Christi procession (15 June 2017).  Afterwards, she reads from the gospel and blesses the faithful with holy water.  This happened on 15 June 2017 under Opus Dei bishop, Klaus Küng, in the dicoese of St. Pölten, in the municipality of Kirchbach in Austria.


video

(original video found at gloria.tv)

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

blast from the past — Bergoglio interview of 2007



What I would have said at the Consistory
An interview with Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 
Archbishop of Buenos Aires conducted by Stefania Falasca

Interview with Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio by Sefania Falasca
«I must return», he repeats. Not that he doesn’t like the atmosphere of Rome. But he misses that of Buenos Aires. His diocese. He calls it «Esposa». Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, always makes lightning visits to Rome. But this time an attack of sciatica has forced him to prolong his stay in the Eternal City for some days of rest. And what is more, by an irony of circumstances, he had to miss the occasion for which he crossed the ocean, the meeting with the Pope and all the cardinals gathered in Consistory. 
His company is never far away. He tells us how the Aparecida Conference went, where he chaired the editorial committee for the concluding document. He confides that his speech at the Consistory would have been on that. And this is what he had to say about it in that light, but acute and incisive, way of talking that throws one off track and takes one by surprise. 
SEFANIA FALASCA:  Your Eminence, you would have spoken about Aparecida at the Consistory. What for you characterized the fifth General Conference of the Latin American bishops?
JORGE MARIO BERGOGLIO: The Aparecida Conference was a moment of grace for the Latin American Church.
FALASCA: Yet there was no lack of argument about the closing document… 
BERGOGLIO: The concluding document, that was an act of the Magisterium of the Latin American Church, underwent no manipulation. Neither from us nor from the Holy See. There were some small re-touchings of style, of form, and some things that were removed on the one hand were put back in on the other. The substance, therefore, remained identical, it was absolutely not changed. The reason for that is because the atmosphere leading up to the editing of the document was an atmosphere of genuine and brotherly collaboration, of mutual respect, that characterized the work, work that moved from below upwards, not vice versa. To understand the atmosphere one has to look at what for me were the three key points, the three “pillars” of Aparecida. The first of which was precisely that: from below upwards. It’s perhaps the first time that one of our General Conferences didn’t start out from a pre-prepared basic text but from open dialogue, that had already begun earlier between the CELAM and the Episcopal Conferences, and that has since continued.
FALASCA: But wasn’t the orientation of the Conference already set out by the opening speech by Benedict XVI? 
BERGOGLIO: The Pope gave general indications on the problems of Latin America, and then left it open: up to you, up to you! That was very grand on the Pope’s part. The Conference began with statements from the twenty-three presidents of the various Episcopal Conferences and from that discussion opened on the topics in the different groups. The editing phases of the document were also open to the contributions of all. At the moment of gathering the “modes”, for the second and third editing, 2,240 arrived! Our stance was that of receiving everything that came from below, from the People of God, and to make not so much a synthesis, as a harmony.
FALASCA: An arduous task… 
BERGOGLIO: “Harmony”, I said, that’s the right word. In the Church harmony is the work of the Holy Spirit. One of the early Fathers of the Church wrote that the Holy Spirit «ipse harmonia est», He Himself is harmony. He alone is author at the same time of plurality and of unity. Only the Spirit can stir diversity, plurality, multiplicity and at the same time make unity. Because when it’s us who decide to create diversity we create schisms and when it’s us who decide to create unity we create uniformity, leveling. At Aparecida we collaborated in this work of the Holy Spirit. And the document, if one reads it well, one sees that it has circular, harmonic thinking. The harmony is perceived not as passive, but creative, that urges creativity because it is of the Spirit.
FALASCA: And what is the second key point? 
BERGOGLIO: It’s the first time that a Conference of Latin American bishops has gathered in a Marian shrine. And the place in itself already speaks all the meaning. Every morning we recited lauds, we celebrated mass together with the pilgrims, the believers. On Saturday or Sunday there were two thousand, five thousand. Celebrating the Eucharist together with the people is different from celebrating it amongst us bishops separately. That gave us a live sense of belonging to our people, of the Church that goes forward as People of God, of us bishops as its servants. The work of the Conference then went on in a hall below the sanctuary. And from there one continued to hear the prayers, the hymns of the faithful… In the final document there is a point that concerns popular piety. They are very fine pages. And I believe, indeed I am sure, that they were inspired precisely by that. After those contained in the Evangelii nuntiandi, they are the finest pages written on popular piety in a document of the Church. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the Aparecida document is the Evangelii nuntiandi of Latin America, it is like the Evangelii nuntiandi.
FALASCA: The Evangelii nuntiandi is an apostolic exhortation about the missionary spirit. 
BERGOGLIO: Exactly. There’s a close similarity also in that. And here I come to the third point. The Aparecida document isn’t sufficient to itself, it doesn’t close, it is not the last step, because the final opening is to the mission. The announcing and the testimony of the disciples. To remain faithful we need to go outside. Remaining faithful one goes out. That is what Aparecida says at bottom. That it is the heart of the mission.
FALASCA: Can you explain the image further? 
BERGOGLIO: Staying, remaining faithful implies an outgoing. Precisely if one remains in the Lord one goes out of oneself. Paradoxically precisely because one remains, precisely if one is faithful one changes. One does not remain faithful, like the traditionalists or the fundamentalists, to the letter. Fidelity is always a change, a blossoming, a growth. The Lord brings about a change in those who are faithful to Him. That is Catholic doctrine. Saint Vincent of Lerins makes the comparison between the biologic development of the person, between the person who grows, and the Tradition which, in handing on the depositum fidei from one age to another, grows and consolidates with the passage of time: «Ut annis scilicet consolidetur, dilatetur tempore, sublimetur aetate». 
FALASCA: Is this what you would have said at the Consistory? 
BERGOGLIO: Yes. I would have spoken about these three key points. 
FALASCA: Nothing else? 
BERGOGLIO: Nothing else… No, perhaps I would have mentioned two things of which there is need in this moment, there is more need: mercy, mercy and apostolic courage. 
FALASCA: What do they mean to you? 
BERGOGLIO: To me apostolic courage is disseminating. Disseminating the Word. Giving it to that man and to that woman for whom it was bestowed. Giving them the beauty of the Gospel, the amazement of the encounter with Jesus… and leaving it to the Holy Spirit to do the rest. It is the Lord, says the Gospel, who makes the seed spring and bear fruit. 
FALASCA: In short, it is the Holy Spirit who performs the mission. 
BERGOGLIO: The early theologians said: the soul is a kind of sailing boat, the Holy Spirit is the wind that blows in the sail, to send it on its way, the impulses and the force of the wind are the gifts of the Spirit. Without His drive, without His grace, we don’t go ahead. The Holy Spirit lets us enter the mystery of God and saves us from the danger of a gnostic Church and from the danger of a self-referential Church, leading us to the mission. 
FALASCA: That means also overthrowing all your functionalist solutions, your consolidated plans and pastoral systems … 
BERGOGLIO: I didn’t say that pastoral systems are useless. On the contrary. In itself everything that leads by the paths of God is good. I have told my priests: «Do everything you should, you know your duties as ministers, take your responsibilities and then leave the door open». Our sociologists of religion tell us that the influence of a parish has a radius of six hundred meters. In Buenos Aires there are about two thousand meters between one parish and the next. So I then told the priests: «If you can, rent a garage and, if you find some willing layman, let him go there! Let him be with those people a bit, do a little catechesis and even give communion if they ask him». A parish priest said to me: «But Father, if we do this the people then won’t come to church». «But why?» I asked him: «Do they come to mass now?» «No», he answered. And so! Coming out of oneself is also coming out from the fenced garden of one’s own convictions, considered irremovable, if they risk becoming an obstacle, if they close the horizon that is also of God. 
FALASCA: This is valid also for lay people… 
BERGOGLIO: Their clericalization is a problem. The priests clericalize the laity and the laity beg us to be clericalized… It really is sinful abetment. And to think that baptism alone could suffice. I’m thinking of those Christian communities in Japan that remained without priests for more than two hundred years. When the missionaries returned they found them all baptized, all validly married for the Church and all their dead had had a Catholic funeral. The faith had remained intact through the gifts of grace that had gladdened the life of a laity who had received only baptism and had also lived their apostolic mission in virtue of baptism alone. One must not be afraid of depending only on His tenderness… Do you know the biblical episode of the prophet Jonah? 
FALASCA: I don’t remember it. Tell us. 
BERGOGLIO: Jonah had everything clear. He had clear ideas about God, very clear ideas about good and evil. On what God does and on what He wants, on who was faithful to the Covenant and who instead was outside the Covenant. He had the recipe for being a good prophet. God broke into his life like a torrent. He sent him to Nineveh. Nineveh was the symbol of all the separated, the lost, of all the peripheries of humanity. Of all those who are outside, forlorn. Jonah saw that the task set on him was only to tell all those people that the arms of God were still open, that the patience of God was there and waiting, to heal them with His forgiveness and nourish them with His tenderness. Only for that had God sent him. He sent him to Nineveh, but he instead ran off in the opposite direction, toward Tarsis. 
FALASCA: Running away from a difficult mission… 
BERGOGLIO: No. What he was fleeing was not so much Nineveh as the boundless love of God for those people. It was that that didn’t come into his plans. God had come once… “and I’ll see to the rest”: that’s what Jonah told himself. He wanted to do things his way, he wanted to steer it all. His stubbornness shut him in his own structures of evaluation, in his pre-ordained methods, in his righteous opinions. He had fenced his soul off with the barbed wire of those certainties that instead of giving freedom with God and opening horizons of greater service to others had finished by deafening his heart. How the isolated conscience hardens the heart! Jonah no longer knew that God leads His people with the heart of a Father. 
FALASCA: A great many of us can identify with Jonah. 
BERGOGLIO: Our certainties can become a wall, a jail that imprisons the Holy Spirit. Those who isolate their conscience from the path of the people of God don’t know the joy of the Holy Spirit that sustains hope. That is the risk run by the isolated conscience. Of those who from the closed world of their Tarsis complain about everything or, feeling their identity threatened, launch themselves into battles only in the end to be still more self-concerned and self-referential. 
FALASCA: What should one do? 
BERGOGLIO: Look at our people not for what it should be but for what it is and see what is necessary. Without preconceptions and recipes but with generous openness. For the wounds and the frailty God spoke. Allowing the Lord to speak… In a world that we can’t manage to interest with the words we say, only His presence that loves us, saves us, can be of interest. The apostolic fervor renews itself in order to testify to Him who has loved us from the beginning. 
FALASCA: For you, then, what is the worst thing that can happen in the Church? 
BERGOGLIO: It is what De Lubac calls «spiritual worldliness». It is the greatest danger for the Church, for us, who are in the Church. «It is worse», says De Lubac, «more disastrous than the infamous leprosy that disfigured the dearly beloved Bride at the time of the libertine popes». Spiritual worldliness is putting oneself at the center. It is what Jesus saw going on among the Pharisees: «… You who glorify yourselves. Who give glory to yourselves, the ones to the others».

Saturday, July 22, 2017

twisted sister...

...another step on the path 

to the ordination of women


Sister Pierrette Thiffault, a woman playing priest.


Sister Pierrette Thiffault of Témiscamingue celebrated a marriage this weekend, a first in Lorrainville, Abitibi-Témiscamingue for the Catholic Church,  as the celebrant for a Novus Ordo mess.  Sister Pierrette wrote the Vatican asking for permission to witness marriages, after all she has been baptizing since 1984 in Latulipe and Moffet, so why not marriage too?  (The local bishop granted her the privilege to baptize.) She told the local press, “I can not marry. I am not ordained and it is not in my function.”  Well, it wasn’t until she received a letter from the Congregatio de Cultu Divino et Disciplina Sacramentorum (The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments) on 23 May 2017 granting her permission to preside over a marriage ceremony.  Thiffault said of the letter, “When I got the answer, I felt a responsibility and a great dignity.”  Thiffault sees great importance in this, “It is a great service to the Church, but to me too. It is an opening for women in our milieu, but also in the diocese.”  There’s a reason Pierrette Thiffault was given the nickname ‘pastor’ by her bishop, Dorylas Moreau .


Sister Pierrette performing a baptism in an unidentified church.

Did they get to meet Francis?

Can you find the twisted sister?

‘I now pronounce you husband and wife...’

the barstool theology of Francis


The Stupid... It Hurts!

Zionist terrorists murder 91 people on July 22nd, 1946





The aftermath of the King David Hotel






Terrorism Wins A Homeland