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Friday, September 28, 2018

An informative contrast

Abuse children and the Roman Catholic Church will protect you for decades. But burn a gay pride logo and the full wrath of the so-called church bureaucracy will promptly descend upon you, as one priest recently learned.
Father Paul Kalchik is no longer the acting pastor of Resurrection Parish following the controversial decision to burn a rainbow flag last week. According to witnesses at the parish, Cardinal Cupich sent two priests, Fr. Dennis Lyle and Fr. Jeremy Thomas, from the Vicar for Priests Office to the church right before 6 p.m. mass on Saturday asking to meet with Fr. Kalchik in private. Fr. Kalchik refused and asked for witnesses to the exchange. What was reported to have happened after that is chilling.

According to sources at the parish as reported by Church Militant, "Lyle and Thomas made clear they were there on order of Cdl. Cupich, who insisted that Kalchik be sent to St. Luke Institute for his 'psychiatric issues.' Both vicars for priests had also only days before threatened that Kalchik could have his faculties removed if he failed to comply with Cupich's orders." Those threats led to the revoking of a transfer that would have allowed Fr. Kalchik to be close to his aging parents.

Two witnesses, Miriam and Wayne Smith, said that when Fr. Kalchik refused to go with them, the priests became threatening and at one point the cardinal's men referenced Fr. Kalchik dying. "Fr. Kalchik told those two enforcers that he had Mass to celebrate in the morning and that he was needed in the parish," the Smiths said. "The response from the two was to ask him, 'What would happen if you were dead?' They could have asked, 'What would happen if you were sick or injured?' but they asked him what would happen if he was dead." The Smiths continued, "Based on that it is clear that if any harm came to Fr. Kalchik it would be on the orders of Cdl. Cupich."

When Fr. Kalchik refused to comply, the Smiths said the cardinal's emissaries "continued to bully and verbally insult and attack Fr. Kalchik until it was clear that he was not going to do as they demanded because he had done nothing wrong. They left the rectory and everybody was very shaken up because they never expected that kind of behavior from the representative of Cdl. Cupich."

A staff member who did not want to be named said: "His options were to leave on his own or be taken out forcibly by the police."
Dear Catholics who are still genuine Christians,

Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity

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73 Comments:

Blogger InformationMerchant September 28, 2018 2:06 PM  

The God Emperor is a step ahead of you. Why do you think the Space Marines are needed?

Blogger Steb September 28, 2018 2:10 PM  

We need to close down all the seminaries. Let new priests learn their craft in the parish and remove the opportunity for convergence.
They can study theology online, and make the lessons available to everyone.

Blogger Servant of the Chief September 28, 2018 2:15 PM  

"Dear Catholics who are still genuine Christians,

Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity"

Genuinely chuckled at this.

Blogger Balkan Yankee September 28, 2018 2:18 PM  

Amen.

Blogger pyrrhus September 28, 2018 2:19 PM  

Update--Committee confirms Kavanaugh...https://thepoliticalinsider.com/kavanaugh-confirmed-senate-judiciary-committee/

Blogger Snidely Whiplash September 28, 2018 2:21 PM  

You misstate the offenses. The real offenses at question in these two incidents are:
1) failing to resist the sexual wiles of a child vs
2) defying the authority of a bishop.
Preying upon the faithful is one thing, making the bishop look bad in front of his powerful and influential friends is quite another.

Blogger S1AL September 28, 2018 2:21 PM  

"Dear Catholics who are still genuine Christians,

Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity"

Can confirm. We may disagree about many things, but Christ is the Lord, and what is right is right. We've got your backs on that.

Blogger Jean Durtal September 28, 2018 2:23 PM  

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Blogger S1AL September 28, 2018 2:24 PM  

"Preying upon the faithful is one thing, making the bishop look bad in front of his powerful and influential friends is quite another."

Unam Sanctam may have been the effect rather than the cause, but that was when the RCC hierarchy chose to be a political entity... and given everyone's opinion if politicians, it should come as no surprise when Bishops act like them.

Blogger Jean Durtal September 28, 2018 2:25 PM  

Cupich used to be the "bishop" of Spokane, Washington. He would regularly harass a priest we know there because he dared to say the Latin (i.e. real) Mass. The guy's a modernist heretic and all-around scumbag of the highest order. Yes, we definitely need an inquisition at this point.

Blogger Zwiebel September 28, 2018 2:26 PM  

Christ.

If the Pope is the devil - can exorcists still do their job? Seems to me we need them more than the inquisition...

Blogger Noah B. September 28, 2018 2:26 PM  

Foremost among its weapons should be fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency.

Blogger ZhukovG September 28, 2018 2:28 PM  

The Vatican needs either spiritual revival or a one kiloton warhead. Either would improve the RCC immeasurably.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash September 28, 2018 2:29 PM  

S1AL wrote:that was when the RCC hierarchy chose to be a political entity

You're about 2000 years too late on that time estimate. The bible records Peter being a political creature and only stopping when called out by Paul and then by God Himself

Blogger Damn Crackers September 28, 2018 2:33 PM  

Another Council of Trent is needed, as well as a culling/de-frocking of at least half the priests in RCC.

Blogger Don't Call Me Len September 28, 2018 2:34 PM  

"they never expected that kind of behavior from the representative of Cdl. Cupich."

There's being naive and then there's completely clueless. I barely concern myself with the machinations of the Lateran abomination, but even I know Cupich is one of Francis' favorite hatchet men.

Blogger Primus Pilus September 28, 2018 2:35 PM  

From a different article on the same subject comes this bit from Cardinal Cupich:

Cupich has complained that the Catholic Church is becoming “distracted” by the sex abuse scandals instead of focusing on the “environment” and “protecting migrants.” He said, “We’re not going to go down a rabbit hole on this.” He has also argued that the sex abuse crisis has little to do with homosexuality, and instead is the product of “clericalism,” echoing the rhetoric of Pope Francis.

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Apparently, practicing Christianity is a distraction when there are marxist causes that need championing.

Blogger JRH, esq. September 28, 2018 2:41 PM  

Every time I question whether I did the right thing by walking away from the RCC in my twenties, I get a solid reminder that I absolutely did. Any Godliness left there is sheer coincidence.

Blogger NobobyExpects September 28, 2018 2:41 PM  

It seems some Protestant Christians are more Catholic that certain members of the RCC hierarchy.

Blogger Unknown September 28, 2018 2:45 PM  

At this point who could deny that so many of these clerics are living double lives? Barnhardt nailed it when she said so many years ago that these people don't even believe the religion.

Blogger Raker_T September 28, 2018 2:49 PM  

I was wondering, in the course of history, when it becomes necessary to alter a common phrase . . .
"Does a bear turd in the woods? Is the Pope a pedophile?"

Blogger Damelon Brinn September 28, 2018 2:50 PM  

They started sending priests and seminarians who were too "rigid" in their thinking (read: too Catholic) for psychotherapy way back in the 60s. They got with the program or they were expelled, in the case of seminarians, or sent to a figurative Siberia in the case of priests. Sounds like the same story with more arm twisting.

Blogger Zach September 28, 2018 2:51 PM  

"The floor of Hell is paved with the skulls of bishops."
- St. John Chrysostom

Blogger BassmanCO September 28, 2018 2:56 PM  

Paging The Kurgan.

Blogger EricW September 28, 2018 2:59 PM  

I used to think the corruption of Mother Church in David Weber's Safehold series was just fiction. Now I see where he got the model.

Blogger Steb September 28, 2018 3:01 PM  

There area so many good priests. But or of a misplaced sense of deference, they close their eyes to the wickedness of the hierarchy.

Blogger Crazy Dave September 28, 2018 3:01 PM  

one of the things that the communist-friendly Montini did as pope was to re-organize (ie, suppress) the very last Roman Inquisition left on the planet (The Holy Office) and transformed it into the CDF. Makes sense, since the Holy Office had him under investigation on account of his England shenanigans contrary to the orders of Pope Pius XII.

even though J23 convened V2, it was Montini's love-child to the very end, even when the smoke of satan had entered the sanctuary.

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira September 28, 2018 3:02 PM  

We are working on it. You must understand, the cancer is everywhere.

Blogger SirHamster September 28, 2018 3:10 PM  

Dear Catholics who are still genuine Christians,

Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity


Will donate to your fire fuel funds.

Love,
Protestant

Blogger Gulo Gulo September 28, 2018 3:14 PM  

With my timber industry connections - I'd generously donate truck loads of" tree length" firewood to anyone doing the Lords work.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash September 28, 2018 3:15 PM  

JRH, esq. wrote:Any Godliness left there is sheer coincidence.
7 decades of desperate rear-guard action are not mere "coincidence".

Blogger Cetera September 28, 2018 3:18 PM  

SirHamster wrote:Dear Catholics who are still genuine Christians,

Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity


Will donate to your fire fuel funds.

Love,

Protestant


Welsh Woodsman wrote:With my timber industry connections - I'd generously donate truck loads of" tree length" firewood to anyone doing the Lords work.

Proselytizing about jury nullification, and guaranteed "not guilty" votes for a hung jury at a minimum may go a lot farther.

Blogger widlast washere September 28, 2018 3:18 PM  

We faithful Catholics are as offended by this crap as anyone.
The house of cardinals needs a purge. From what I've seen of prophecies from various saints I think God will use the secular world to clean His Church.

Blogger Laramie Hirsch September 28, 2018 3:21 PM  

VD: Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Working on it. Trying to un-cuck as many Catholics as I can.

Happy Michaelmas

Blogger Mr Darcy September 28, 2018 3:35 PM  

I personally know may good, decent, faithful Roman Christians, and there are many good priests and bishops. But they have been "marginalized" (Gawd. Did I say that?!) by the upper hierarchy for many decades now. But this priest has planted a seed. He has done "the Luther thing." The Faithful see it. The seed is planted.

Blogger pyrrhus September 28, 2018 3:37 PM  

Update: Confirmation vote delayed because cucks...https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-28/senate-judiciary-committee-votes-kavanaugh-live-updates

Blogger Electric Dinosaur September 28, 2018 3:48 PM  

Vigano will be heard

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey September 28, 2018 3:59 PM  

I am down for another Inquisition. Let's make it the best Inquisition ever!

Blogger Unknown September 28, 2018 4:05 PM  

Steb wrote:There area so many good priests. But or of a misplaced sense of deference, they close their eyes to the wickedness of the hierarchy.

It's the same problem that the police have. They are part of a special, better-than-the-commoner fraternity, and they overlook the obvious transgressions of their fellows against those they are charged with protecting out of a misguided priority. Doesn't change the end result however, which is the measure they will be judged to by the mob when it becomes too much.

Blogger JMcCarthy September 28, 2018 4:06 PM  

Amen to that. NB the SJ's America magazine not supporting Kavanaugh, a J alumnus. Good Catholics looking forward to a cleanout, but there could be a lot of suffering, including for the innocent.

Blogger James Dixon September 28, 2018 4:15 PM  

> Another Council of Trent is needed, as well as a culling/de-frocking of at least half the priests in RCC.

Half the priests, at least three quarters of the bishops, all of the cardinals, and the Pope himself.

> We are working on it. You must understand, the cancer is everywhere.
> Working on it. Trying to un-cuck as many Catholics as I can.

Our prayers are with you.

Blogger Unknown September 28, 2018 4:43 PM  

11. Zwiebel September 28, 2018 2:26 PM
If the Pope is the devil - can exorcists still do their job?


demons are cast out "by God + the Father almighty, by Jesus + Christ, His only-begotten Son, and by the Holy + Spirit". the Pope has nothing to do with it, regardless of how Satanic he may be.

the question is;
what righteous man would ally himself to a 'Church' headed by such a creature?


25. EricW September 28, 2018 2:59 PM
I used to think the corruption of Mother Church in David Weber's Safehold series was just fiction. Now I see where he got the model.



Chrysostom, as quoted above you ( although it seems inaccurately ), was aware of the problem. he died in 407 AD. so this is a pattern that has been established for well more than 1600 years.

ironically, the 'Church' had made itself apostate to the Scripture less than 100 years earlier.

Donatism dates to circa 311 AD.

Blogger tz September 28, 2018 4:50 PM  

The problem is that the bishops have allied with the Queens, and there aren't enough knights (of Columbus?) that would rook them.

I really feel like burning a Papal flag in front of the Cathedral.

Or perhaps turning a few of those Bully Bishops into Steers. "Disarm Rapists". (Which alt-Hero will have this as a storyline? - well there was that unfortunately straight scene from V for Vendetta)

#BathhouseBishops

Blogger JonM September 28, 2018 4:52 PM  

Don't look to the modern incarnation of the Inquisition for help. The degenerates have taken over the CDF too:
https://onepeterfive.com/did-pope-intervene-to-give-cdf-apartment-to-gay-orgy-monsignor/

It's starting to look like the fix for this will have to come from the business ends of torches and pitchforks. Better yet, the business end of helicopters given the straight line connection between Bella Dodd's 1100 infiltrators and the mess we've got today. I know it looks bad, but the Church has recovered from worse - it's going to get ugly, but it'll get better. It always has. It always will.

Blogger Nate September 28, 2018 4:52 PM  

MAKE INQUISITIONS GREAT AGAIN.

Blogger Gen. Kong September 28, 2018 5:00 PM  

Damn Crackers wrote:

Another Council of Trent is needed, as well as a culling/de-frocking of at least half the priests in RCC.

Pope Pedobear and the Judeo-Christ would never approve. The new inquisition needs to go back to the fearsome words of Abbot Almaric in dealing with these abominations and servants of hell: Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.

Blogger doctrev September 28, 2018 5:40 PM  

"Please bring back the Inquisitions. We are truly sorry for propagating the Black Legend.

Love,

Protestant Christianity"

Coming from the guy who did more than anyone in the 20th century to demolish that legend, I'm not sure you have anything to apologize for. I would personally prefer it if you footnoted the Spanish Inquisition's death toll in TIA with "obviously, they needed to widen the net considerably," but it's hardly a pressing issue.

I was going to wait for someone at the rank of Archbishop or above to call for a Crusade, obviously it's not coming from a heretic pope, but today I learned that the People's Crusade was apparently started by a charismatic priest. That certainly counts for something, and at this point I might settle for a declaration from Kurgan or John Wright.

Blogger Roddie Piper September 28, 2018 7:00 PM  

Regarding the CDF, no organization can forever police itself against entropy because the policing force is itself subject to entropy. The only sure cure for entropy is natural selection, but that would entail breaking the Church into a thousand pieces and letting the strongest conquer the rest.

This experiment has already been done (thank you, Martin Luther), and the result is an ecosystem where each sect is born of one man with a Bible preaching hellfire and brimstone, and dies about a century later with rainbow flags hanging over empty pews. Where I live, Protestants understand that when your church "goes rainbow", it's time to move on.

We really need to make church property taxable; I'm sick of all these rotting zombie churches cluttering up the landscape.

Blogger Durandel September 28, 2018 8:04 PM  

When we reestablish the New Inquisition, I hope we are willing to allow for inspiration from some outside sources, namely Warhammer 40k.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:11 PM  

As a Catholic I can tell you with confidence that 2 kilotons are best. Anything touched by anything related to Vatican II needs to be cleansed by fire.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:16 PM  

Correction: any “cleric” of ANY rank, who does not specifically reject all things of Vatican II is a persistent heretic and as such no longer holds any office.

See canon188.com

The reason most people don’t know this is because no one bothers to read anymore.
The so-called “Catholic Church” headed by Bergoglio is not Christian and not a single one of its memebera has any authority to be any kind of cleric except maybe a henchman of Satan.

The canon law is perfectly clear on this.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:18 PM  

May I suggest you go see Canon188.com
The “church” you left absolutely needed leaving, but it’s not anything to do with Catholicism. It is the anti church of the Novus Orco.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:19 PM  

So are some pagans for that matter. Though most people confuse the Novus Orco Vatican II abomination with the Catholic Church.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:23 PM  

Please register at canon188.com then.
The fuel there will be accounted for and used for proper inquisitional efforts.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:24 PM  

+1,000

Blogger English Tom September 28, 2018 8:27 PM  

@The Kurgan

I'm also a Catholic and favour at least 10kt and a really good dusting of cobalt throughout Satan's house (The vatican).

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:28 PM  

I have already declared.
Go to canon188.com and register.
The inquisition is coming. It may take a little while, but I’m persistent.

Blogger The Kurgan September 28, 2018 8:29 PM  

Incorrect. All that is needed is to follow actual Catholic doctrine. Ie: reject all things Vatican II.

Blogger MichaelJMaier September 28, 2018 8:33 PM  

I will quote the sage Reginald D. Hunter:

"FUCK THE POPE."

Blogger Snidely Whiplash September 28, 2018 8:47 PM  

"FUCK THE POPE."
He'd like that.

Purely by coincidence, the song on the radio is Grateful Dead's Samson And Delilah.
"If I had my way,
I'd tear this building down."

Blogger Didas Kalos September 28, 2018 9:08 PM  

@ servant of the Chief: i too chuckled. But not overtly genuinely. 😂

Blogger Bernard Brandt September 28, 2018 9:29 PM  

Thank you, Vox, for these kind words. For our part, we'll try to return the favor, and avoid similar Black Legends that we as Catholics have committed against Protestants in the past.

That said, there are several problems with the re-institution of an Inquisition. The first is that it is an office (or if you prefer, an officium or duty) of the Vatican, and in case you haven't noticed the inmates are in charge of that particular asylum.

To further complicate the matter, a disproportionate number of those inmates are actively gay males. RCs are beginning to wake up to this fact, but still have not twigged to the nature and extent of this infestation. For me, the wake up call happened when I found, in the Jay Report, that 5% of North American and European RC clergy had been charged with sexual abuse of minors, and that 80% of those had been diddling post-pubescent boys. By comparing the general U.S. male population with the number of male-on-male abusers of underaged boys, I found that the percentage of abusers to the normal population was 1/20th of one percent.

In short, the fact that the rate of abuse among RC clergy was 80 to 100 times as high as the general population indicated to me that either 100% of that clergy was at least latently homosexual, or that 50% of that clergy were actively gay. I lean toward the latter hypothesis myself, especially as it is confirmed by the studies of A.W.S. Sipe.

That said, I have come to several conclusions from these rather disagreeable data:

1. Rather obviously, the majority of actively gay RC clergy do not believe in Jesus Christ, the Gospels, or any part of the Christian Faith. They would not have behaved as they do if they did so believe.

2. Less obviously, the cause of that unbelief is in the failure of the seminaries to teach the Faith, and more particularly, to teach the humanistic, scientific, philosophical, and theological prerequisites to an understanding of Scripture, the Apostolic Tradition, and the Magisterium.

3. Any effective reform of the mess that is going on now must be an *educational* reform, in which the languages, history, and philosophy of Scripture, Tradition, and the Magisterium, are taught. And, as it is unlikely that the clergy would be willing to begin that reform, it must therefore be initiated and performed by the laity.

Blogger Gen. Kong September 28, 2018 9:47 PM  

The Kurgan wrote:

As a Catholic I can tell you with confidence that 2 kilotons are best. Anything touched by anything related to Vatican II needs to be cleansed by fire.

Kek. You can become Pope Urban Renewal I, cleansing the Vatican bathhouse with unquenchable fire.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey September 28, 2018 10:01 PM  

Note that this was not just a standard homosexual flag -- its design combined the usual rainbow with a cross. The previous priest in that parish (an active homosexual) had hung it behind the altar during Mass. It represented a deliberate act of sacrilege.

Blogger VFM #7634 September 29, 2018 1:04 AM  

If the real Vicar of Christ ever appoints me as his High Inquisitor, I'd make even Vox Day blanch in fear...

Blogger VFM #7634 September 29, 2018 1:07 AM  

"FUCK THE POPE."
He'd like that.


Yeah, don't serve the Antipope what he wants.

The Protestant Reformers were correct... but four hundred years too early.

Blogger NobobyExpects September 29, 2018 9:18 AM  

Some US dioceses are actively mistreating priests loyal to the Church. Very worrying:

http://wdtprs.com/blog/2018/09/read-and-weep-soviet-style-psych-tactics-used-against-priests-by-bishops/

Blogger cyrus83 September 29, 2018 10:33 AM  

Desired as a renewed Inquisition is, they don't really work without the civil authority backing them up, and these days there are few governments that could be described as wanting to enforce Christian orthodoxy within their borders. Absent the civil authority, the best that can be done is excommunication, which itself depends on the bishop/parish priest to enforce it.

Emaciated and effeminate as the present Roman administration is, it still does manage to excommunicate now and then, it just has no effect, and it really doesn't help that present law tends to rely on so-called automatic excommunication, which is rather pointless when the one excommunicated doesn't know about it unless familiar with canon law. It barely even makes the news when excommunication occurs, the last time I remember it breaking into the media is when the bishop of Lincoln decreed that penalty for membership in certain organizations back in the 90s (and even those were of the automatic kind).

Blogger The Kurgan September 29, 2018 1:28 PM  

Nah. They were wrong then and are mostly wrong now. It’s protestantism and it’s 40,000 plus denominations that brought on contraceptives —> divorce —> abortion and homopriests. The Catholic Church like all human institutions has ugly parts, but until 1958 basically still held the line against the enemy. Now it has been mostly converged by antichritian homos.

Blogger Dad29 September 29, 2018 2:55 PM  

even though J23 convened V2, it was Montini's love-child to the very end, even when the smoke of satan had entered the sanctuary.

Yes and no. According to Malachi Martin, Montini figured out--far too late--that the weasel-wording in the Council's documents were serious problems. But not only was he too late, he was far too weak a man (and too ill, also) to rip them up and start over.

BGWeven though J23 convened V2, it was Montini's love-child to the very end, even when the smoke of satan had entered the sanctuary.

BTW, Martin also makes the point that this period (1965-75) was when the Jesuits started their serious wandering away from their original mission and from Catholic Basics. Surprised??

Blogger Dad29 September 29, 2018 2:59 PM  

NB the SJ's America magazine not supporting Kavanaugh, a J alumnus.

Tells you all you need to know about Kavanaugh (he's VERY innocent) and the Jebs (they're VERY guilty.)

Blogger CYGNUS FACETIOUS September 29, 2018 8:01 PM  

Laicising and immediate, irrevocable excommunication of these demons is imperative. A latter day Bonaparte ought to march into the Vatican and seize the archives in their entirety this time. Malachi Martin and Fatima grow more prescient every day.

Blogger American Nationalist November 02, 2019 2:13 PM  

On it!

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