Friday, 15 June 2018



Former Vatican diplomat indicted on child pornography charges

by Cindy Wooden Catholic Herald
posted Tuesday, 12 Jun 2018
Mgr Carlo Alberto Capella was recalled from Washington last year

A Vatican court indicted Mgr Carlo Alberto Capella, a former staff member at the Vatican nunciature in Washington, and ordered him to stand trial beginning June 22 on charges of possessing and distributing child pornography.
Vatican City State’s criminal court issued the indictment on June 9, the Vatican press office announced. Mgr Capella has been held in a jail cell in the Vatican police barracks since April 9.
Mgr Capella is accused of having and exchanging with others “a large quantity” of child pornography; the quantity is such that the charges are considered “aggravated” by the Vatican City court.
If found guilty, he faces a prison sentence of one year to five years and a fine from 2,500 to 50,000 euros (about $3,000-60,000). However, according to Vatican law, “the penalty is increased if a considerable quantity of pornographic material is involved.”
The 50-year-old Italian monsignor had been working in Washington just over a year when he was recalled to the Vatican after the US State Department notified the Holy See of his possible violation of laws relating to child pornography images.
“The Holy See, following the practice of sovereign states, recalled the priest in question, who is currently in Vatican City,” and opened the investigation, the Vatican press office said on September 15.
Then, police in Canada issued a nationwide arrest warrant for Mgr Capella on charges of accessing, possessing and distributing child pornography.
“Investigators believe that the offences occurred while the suspect was visiting a place of worship in Windsor,” the police statement said. A spokesman for the Diocese of London, Ontario, which includes Windsor, confirmed at the time “that it was asked to, and did, assist in an investigation around suspicions involving Mgr Capella’s possible violations of child pornography laws by using a computer address at a local church.”
Mgr Capella, was born in Carpi, Italy, and ordained to the priesthood in 1993 for the Archdiocese of Milan. After studying at the Vatican diplomatic academy in Rome, he entered the Vatican diplomatic service in 2004. He had worked since the summer of 2016 at the Vatican nunciature in Washington.
Under the same laws promulgated by Pope Francis in 2013, Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, the former nuncio to the Dominican Republic, was charged in 2015 with the sexual abuse of minors in the Dominican Republic, possession of child pornography, causing serious psychological distress and harm to adolescent victims of sexual abuse and for offending religious and Christian morals with his repeated use of online pornography abroad and on Vatican City State property. He died in August 2015 before his trial could begin.


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113 comments:

  1. The photos above were taken at last week's Ordination of Fr Seth Phipps, of the FSSP in Warrington, in the Diocese of Lancaster. This Order advocates the exclusive saying of Mass in the Latin Rite, and traditional Catholic teaching.

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    1. MourneManMichael16 June 2018 at 13:10

      Duffy's Circus is currently performing in Newcastle. If they're short of a few multi coloured clowns it certainly looks like Lancaster diocese could help them out!
      MMM

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    2. ... and the backdoor rite presumably.

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  2. I guess these pictures help to explain why some trainees with with orthodox tendencies are shipped out Maynooth.

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  3. Another example of the clergy never learning. Or was he so stupid as to think diplomatic immunity would protect him?

    Such stories also make me curious as to what a prison cell looks like in the Vatican? And what is prison life like there? Is he brought to a beautiful church for Divine Office and Mass multiple times a day? Or left to pray alone in his cell?

    It also evokes the cynic that Maynooth created in me... does the Vatican offer real punishment or protect their men from Double Jeopardy by 'trialling' them. In any case it will be interesting to see if this 50 year old survives his meals/drinks until trial.

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    1. The institutional Roman Catholic harlot has a long history of treating her offending collared pimps with far greater leniency than civil courts; this discrepancy is a cause of great injustice and anger. In fact, it is one of the reasons that 'whoremonger' , Thomas Beckitt, (yes, Beckit was wont to use such language himself, his sainted tongue firing this very insult at one of the four knights in Canterbury Cathedral...just before they shoved him off this mortal coil😆) was despatched here, because he disagreed, hotly and publicly, with King Henry II that clerics should be tried in the kings' courts...like everyone else.

      Roman Catholic bleeps have always tried to make special cases for themselves...it's a major reason they are so despised.

      Look what the ex-Nazi pope did with that priest sleazebag, Maciel...he was 'sentenced' 😅 to a life of 'prayer and penitence' for serial sexual offences against mostly boys.

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    2. I'm inclined to believe that such is the intent by trying clerics within the Vatican State. Soft punishments and good publicity, with options to 'season' food if impending evidence might be too scandalous 😣

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    3. True, o.h.l .

      Historically, popes haven't been above a murder or two. And Machiavellian politics have been more familiar to many of them than gospel truths.

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  4. It's not very impressive,is it.

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    1. Unfortunately, Pope Benedict revived many dormant style traditions that appeal a particular type old queen, although I cannot recall him ever wearing a pair of pumps with silk ribbons.

      Thankfully, Pope Francis has put most of it back in the dressing up box, including this silly hat.

      https://c1.staticflickr.com/8/7235/6933121950_4036beb597.jpg

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  5. King Puck, Gorgeous, Horny Andy, Rory Coyle, Jack McCabe and Gannon never wore lace vestments.

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    1. It does seem a bit unfair Maynooth gets all the stick when seeing these crazy old queens holding court and being fitted with a pair of oversized ballet pumps from a silver salver.

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    2. The problem is some never wore anything! LOL.

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    3. @08:34

      True.

      +Pat’s is perhaps being too hard on Maynooth when all these other Mary’s are probably dragging pork up the back stairs.

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  6. I see that seminary numbers peaked in 2012, and are declining steadily under Pope Humble, the Best Pope Ever lol.

    http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2018/06/15/vatican-reports-crisis-of-vocations-as-seminarian-numbers-fall-worldwide/

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  7. Big reports on Scottish news last night with more allegations about Fr Gerry Nugent the Glasgow priest involved in the Angelina Kluk murder at St Patrick’s chapel in Glasgow.
    Although Nugent was stood down in the wake of the polish girls murder the dogs on the street knew about his reputation and when he died he was given a full priests funeral. Archbishop Mario Conti presiding.
    Now claims are emerging that Nugent raped several women over many years. Sordid stuff!

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    1. In the last decade a priest was ordained despite raping a theology student while the priest was a seminarian in Maynooth. The church takes such chances easily

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    2. Was the said priest ordained for a diocese or subsequently for an order?

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  8. Pat you should look into the case of Fr John A Gallagher, formerly Derry diocese but now in Palm Springs. His new diocese puts out sharply worded press releases about him.

    He was in my class for two years but he went up a year because he was thick and did the sem course. One of the nastiest men in 1980s/90s Maynooth.

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    1. I have a vague memory of Fr Gallagher from his time in the Long Tower parish, I think when he served under Fr Con McLaughlin. I never warmed to him at all, and some of my family felt he was all style and no substance. I always wondered where he left to go to.

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    2. 10:31
      It’s a mistake to make the assumptions you do about those who spent two years on the seminarist philosophy course.,

      It was mostly a matter of not matriculating. This itself depended on LC or A levels. There are many late developers who go on to high achievement whose second-level results dont reflect their abilities.

      Your comments indicate a chauvinism which puts too much faith in your own virtual superiority on the basis that you did a three-year course.

      The poor judgement you reveal all these years later is more telling than the fact that you managed to get to do a degree.

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  9. Glass slippers must have been out of stock.

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  10. Lovely Cinderella pics. As for the trials. If guilty they should be in an Italian prison with Vatican paying for their upkeep

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    1. Page why would he be in an Italian jail as it’s a different foreign state. Vatican City is a sovereign State all on its own, historical fact and reality. Get over it.

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    2. Italy should revoke the Concordat and make the place part of Italy again.

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    3. I agree, +Pat, but the current Italian governing parties are both publicly proclaimed admirers of Mussolini, who signed the Lateran Treaty.

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    4. The bully@14.26 is back. Fek off gobs#ite. Vatican Jail would be a cop out. A room with a view

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    5. @13.26
      You clearly have no idea as to the Vatican's external relations with Italy. I was inspired by today's blog to acquaint myself somewhat and it appears Sean is 100% regarding the role of an Italian Prison, under Vatican-Italian agreements.

      https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-20093538

      Your comment has poor punctuation, revolting tone and great exposure of your own ignorance.

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  11. I recognise Fr Armand de Malleray in the group photo above, he is the superior of the FSSP in the UK. He is another one about whom I have heard mixed reports, with a few testifying to his pious manner. Though friends in the Westminster Diocese have noted rumours of a beautiful young redhead woman he is known to have great affection for, at a monthly Latin Mass he says for young adults in London. He apparently spends most of the evening sat with her, and seldom pays much attention to anyone else. I'm all in favour of friendships between priests and women, but this obvious favouritism has apparently raised a few eyebrows.

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    1. The gathering mentioned by 12:33 is Juventutem, for traditional young Catholics. I have only been to two in the last six months, but on both occasions have observed the behaviour described. I don't know who the young woman is, but he clearly has great affection for her.

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    2. I was intrigued by the redhead and until I saw it was a lady I thought that it was Rory Coyle of Armagh.

      Or maybe it is?

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    3. The young woman discussed was not present at the Ordination, she is based in London. But as far as I'm aware there is only one redhead who is an organiser and influence in this Juventutem group, so these comments must be about her.

      In which case if it is, there is far more here going on behind the scenes. The said lovely young woman was recently asked to organise a group of young Traditionalists to meet with Cardinal Nichols at the Archbishop's House. There are rumours suggesting Fr de Mallery and him are in conversation to establish a new traditional parish in London, and the young lady mentioned has had a considerable involvement over these developments. The two are clearly very close.

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    4. @14:00 Those in the know are aware of who the young woman is, apparently she is a student Nurse in her mid-20s, who completed a previous degree elsewhere. Like Fr Armand de Malleray, she is clearly very intelligent and shares a love for the Traditional Mass. nevertheless, if rumours about a questionable friendship and underhand negotiations are true, it could make a worthwhile future blog, Pat?

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    5. A photo of the said meeting with the Cardinsl can be found on the FSSP England's Facebook page. Just scroll down until you come across it. Are the comments above about the young redhead in that photo?

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    6. @13:51

      Could still be +Pat... a bearded lady.

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    7. @14:36 Just came across the photo on FSSP England's page, and the young lady in question really is quite a beauty. It seems Fr de Malleray has a good eye, if these suggestions are true!

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    8. 14:24 is right Bishop Pat, perhaps you should write a blog investigating the claims around this priest further? Whilst the rumours of a relationship might be unfounded, suggestions of ongoing negotiations between him and the Cardinal are apparently true.

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    9. The young lady in question features in this YouTube video which tells you all about her:

      https://youtu.be/F_DVHUEjnuU

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    10. @16:40 Such an intellectual contribution to an apparently significant discussion, congratulations. To the rest of you, I have never met Fr Armand de Malleray or the young lady, but I think you should all mind your own business and put your obvious jealousy to one side.

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    11. In response to 18:58, not when there are implications of secretive negotiations going on between the Cardinal and this priest, who as the superior of a religious 'order', has a duty of openness and honesty towards the laity and his colleagues.

      As far as the young woman is concerned, it seems her involement in such matters is primarily due to his apparent affection and attention towards her, which also raises questions.

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    12. In addition to my earlier comment at 13:45, on the last occasion I attended the Juventutem Mass back in April, I was also made aware that the young woman had only been attending for a couple of months, and had already developed a significant involvement and influence in comparison with others who have gone for years. Maybe this confirms the point made @19;29, that such influence is the result of favouritism and a close friendship by Fr DM?

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    13. The interest in this would make for a very interesting blog article

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    14. She may be a ladyboy.

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    15. @21:01 Judging by the photo I saw of her on Facebook, she is a very beautiful. No wonder she has developed such an influence.

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    16. I am well acquainted with the FSSP and the Diocese of Westminster, so this particular thread has been of interest to me today. Two thoughts have arisen:

      1. Whilst Cardinal Nichols is known as both a liberal and a careerist, the latter certainly takes precedence. Much of his success has depended on his appeasing and diplomatic negotiations with other high ranking clerical officials from across the liturgical spectrum. It thus wouldn't surprise me if rumours of negotiations to establish a parish for the Latin Mass movement were well underway.

      2. As of last Saturday, there are now four FSSP priests serving Saint Mary's Shrine Parish in Warrington. For such a small parish, and for an order that prides itself on expansion over the last few years, this is an unusual number. The FSSP requires all its priests to live in communities of at least two, so it wouldn't surprise me again, if the assignment of Fr Phipps to Warrington wasn't cleverly devised to allow Fr De Malleray and another priest to establish a new base in London.

      These are just my thoughts, but knowing how the FSSP works over here in the US, I can see that far more is going on that we do not, but should, know about.

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    17. In a diocese the size of Westminister I suspect there is sufficient laity that may prefer to worship according to older norms. Surely that is fine. To each tgeir own. No harm done.

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  12. I see the horrible left wing liberal moderanists are at it again slagging off anything that is Traditional Catholic. I suppose these lefty naff old Queens would prefer denims and trainers!

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  13. There is an online global petition, organised by We are Church Ireland, that calls on Pope Francis to show leadership and to have removed such offensive catechetical phrases as 'intrinsically disordered'. These are demeaning to LGBT people and no church which claims to represent the will of God should tolerate their use.

    In recent weeks, Pope Francis told Chilean-abuse survivor, Juan Carlos Cruz, that God had made him gay. How, then, can the Roman Catholic Church continue to refer to LGBT people as 'disordered'?

    These offensive and unchristian phrases must go.

    Please go online at We Are Church Ireland and sign the petition.

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    1. Why does a minority religion like the Presbyterian Church get picked on by the media for banning baptisms for the children of same sex parents when it is apparent that the parents will not teach the sinfulness of homosexuality to the children? The Catholic Church does the same rule and indeed in its sacred tradition has more abusive statements against LGB than the Bible has. Why is there no pressure on the Church to apologise for those traditions? The pope is esteemed despite his bigoted Amoris Laetitia which accuses committed gay relationships of not having the remotest resemblance to marriage as set up by God. And the Church quotes the text banning gay sex on pain of being stoned to death as proving homosexuality is a sin. That is gross passive aggression and an insult to the innocent men who died. It is Catholic doctrine that Jesus has made it a sin if you take communion while living in a same sex relationship or being unrepentant for having gay sex. The Church says the homosexual is not a full member until he repents and goes to confession and repents for ever thinking that homosexuality is not a sin.

      I don't care for Presbyterianism as a religion - its a false religion. But that is not the point. We are getting to the point where we are asked to pretend that gay sex being a sin is not a Christian teaching. That is a lie. LGBT rights is one thing but it must never be turned into an ideology. The hate against their religion by the woman and her gay daughter contrasts with the lack of vitriol that comes from the Church which merely says, "we are not excluding you. Here is what you must do. Our religion our rules. It is up to you and we will respect your right to walk away."

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    2. 14:10, I expect that the gay parents of any child would teach him or her that not loving another is what is sinful in God's eyes. You are confusing Christian teaching with the teaching of Christ; the two haven't always been morally commensurate with each other.

      If Presbyterianism is a 'false religion', then so, too, is Roman Catholicism, since it does not faithfully teach the twin commandments of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew: first, love of God above all things; and second (and like the first) love of one's neighbour as if he were your very self.

      Would you be happy at being described as 'intrinsically disordered'? Forget the Aristotalian bullshit that is used in defence of such a dehumanising phrase: the phrase is toxic, and morally obnoxious. That it was the ex-Nazi pope who ensured its use in the Catechism of the Catholic Church doesn't surprise me in the least.

      Nor does your pointed avoidance of this petition.

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    3. Ex-Nazi is former SS or Gestapo etc. Not fourteen years old Josef Ratzinger. You truly are a thoroughly nasty and obnoxious creep, “Magna Carta”.

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    4. 14.39 Did Aristotle have certain views on "perfection" that have seeped into church thinking. The gospels are the spirituality of imperfection. Only those who realise their imperfection will plead for God's grace and only God's grace can save us.

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    5. Why bother with this TROLL. Respond to him, that’s all he thrives on.

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    6. No, it isn't, you prune. Not solely. The Nazis were primarily, and foundationally, a political party, attempting to sell National Socialism (Nazism) to the German people.

      Hitler Youth was the youth branch of that political party. Hence its young people were ALL Nazis by membership. (And they were some of the most fanatical Nazis, displaying courage and daring in the closing days of WWII, especially against the invading Red Army.

      No, I am not an 'obnoxious creep'; but you are a coward for wanting to shy away from this uncomfortable truth about the German Pope Emeritus.

      Given this odious little man's experience of the evil of labelling groups of people, like the Jews, with such dehumanising monikers the Nazi's coined, you'd have thought him less inclined to follow their example (IF he had truly repented of his Nazi past), by labelling others as 'intrinsically disordered'.

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    7. Once again, the odious and obnoxious troll/creep is talking thru it’s a/hole. Leave it alone folks. You’ll get nowhere with this bigoted and racist moron.

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    8. 23:30, you can't make a decent argument against my posts, can you? So you resort to cheap insults.😅

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    9. Oh right, so it wasn't his childhood abuser that 'made him that way' but God. Thanks for that!

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    10. Hitler Youth membership was not a matter of choice. Membership of the NAZI Party was not only a matter of choice but of privilege. To accuse Pope Benedict of being a NAZI is either malicious, disingenuous or the result of deep ignorance. Take your pick. (I go for the latter).

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    11. 00:18, yes, it was a matter of choice. I've made this argument here before, but it seems some of you are just too thick to understand simple statements. So I'll try, yet again, to make my point as mono- syllabically as possible.

      JOSEF RATZINGER COULD HAVE SAID 'NO'.

      Is this simple enough for you to understand? He wasn't without options here. But he chose to save his own skin rather than sacrifice for Christ against the most evil ideology in human history. Yes, there would have been consequences for him, but there was a more serious consequence for little Maria Goretti when she, three years younger than the odious German pope, said 'no' to her aggressor, who then stabbed the 11-year-old girl to death.

      Ratzinger was fourteen years of age, older than little Maria, and yet this girl showed more b***s than her odious, older counterpart.

      I am sick, sore and tired hearing of Ratzinger's 'piety' as a young person, and yet not seeing one shred of evidence for his willingness to suffer or die for Christ. And Nazism was much, much worse morally than anything little Maria's aggressor had in mind. Ratzinger, and his equally spineless older brother Georg, had, therfore, greater moral imperative to make a stand for Christ against the most evil ideology in human history.

      But then, I did say they were both 'spineless'.😆

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    12. St Maria Goretti was faced with obvious evil in Allessandro Serenelli and she resisted him. Some children would not have had her acutely developed awareness of evil and would not have been able to resist Serenelli. They would have been every bit as innocent as she was.

      Maria Goretti, it was testified about her, was already a saint and would have gone on to be a saint had she never met Serenelli.

      At 14 years old, Josef Ratzinger could not possibly have known the true reality of the evil of Nazism that is well known to us with the advantages of history.

      You’re blaming a fourteen year old boy and calling him a “Nazi” is perverse and it only further delineates your own unhinged bias and inability to be reasonable, Mr “Carta”.

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    13. I don't know whether to laugh or cry at the utter, uncontaminated, award-deserving stupidity of your post.

      At 14 years of age, the odious, backboneless Ratzinger, being intellectually well ahead of his peers, was very well aware of the intrinsic and horrifying evil of German Nazism. It was 1941 when this 'pious' yellowbelly chose to join the Nazi party's junior wing, the Hitler Youth.

      Kristallnacht was already three years in the past when this coward chose to join the Hitler Youth. And the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws had been passed two years before, in 1936.

      There is no excuse for this morally obnoxious little man: he knew the virulent and violent anti-Semitic evil of National Socialism...and yet CHOSE to join a party run by the 'Hitler Gang', as reporters following the Nuremberg trials in 1946 would describe the leading Nazis.

      You're as cowardly and pathetic as Ratzinger himself, for attempting to defend the grave moral culpability of this yellowbelly's actions.

      Imagine: a little 11-year-old girl proved herself more of a 'man' and Christian than the despicable and distinctly odious Josef Ratzinger. (Jeez! I feel the need to shower after even mentioning this disgusting creep's name. Ugh!😆)

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  14. Of course, +Pat, it’s not just old FSSP grandmas who like to drag up, I always think the Princess Royal has a strong whiff of D'Oyly Carte about her at Trooping the Colour each year.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/2c/de/9f/2cde9f3317f174e4df50b422a7b27c97.jpg

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    1. True. But she does not claim to represent God on earth !

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    2. 13.59 Most of the queen mother's staff were gay. One night she heard a racket and said "This old queen is telling you old queens to keep the noise down"

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  15. Look at the size of her plates of meat too... the shoemaker must have been laughing his ass off.

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  16. The comments of the Presbyterian theologian Rev. Dr Stafford Carson - which quite rightly has caused so much hurt to the Presbyterian MLA Naomi Long - that marriage was about procreation are nothing new to childless Catholic couples who have long been treated as second class members of the church. The forthcoming gathering for the glorification of family values attended by the Pope in Dublin is a cold house for childless couples.

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    1. What about the two-faced Presbyterian Ministers who go to male public toilets and cruising areas looking for gay sex? Total hypocrisy!! Those that protest too much about homosexuality are benders themselves.

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    2. Do you know what marriage was about for Paul-The-Self-Styled-Apostle? It had SFA to do with procreation, and everything to do with slaking sexual passion.

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  17. Those are beautiful group photos of the ordination. Not a female in sight!! Although there’s a lot of oul dolls in fancy dress and the odd queen or two. What an embarrassment to a modern church!!

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  18. Magna Carta's Mum16 June 2018 at 16:54

    That reminds me.
    Magna darling, my nets are still out on the line. Get them in and rehang them for me will you, dear.
    Personally I favour conical vestments and don't even own a biretta. Magna won't remember this, but when dear Marcel used to visit us years ago, as he was bouncing little Magna on his knee, he used to say, 'Mrs Carta, the sacred liturgy isn't about us and shouldn't be an occasion of ostentation'.

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    1. Oh, mommie dearest!

      Sick, even by your low standards.😫

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    2. Magna Carta's Mum16 June 2018 at 17:45

      The nets, Magna darling, the nets!
      Yes, darling, even then you were so keen on the Dutch catechism, but the Archbishop was really very fond of you, you know.

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    3. The Magna Trolls all out in force this evening. Don't feed the Trolls. Pathetic when they send messages on here to each other. Their humour would give you diahorrea.

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    4. Magna Carta's Mum16 June 2018 at 21:28

      Magna darling, on your way back from the pub, pop into the chemist's and get some loperamide for anon @20:27.

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    5. 20:27, hope yours lasts.😆

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    6. Mommie dearest, he deserves only one thing: a bright-red, ring of fire.

      So I'll purchase some horse laxative instead. (The vet's a pal and owes me a favour.)😆

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    7. Let’s be honest, bitches. We’d be lost without the Magna family on here x

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    8. Let’s be honest creep @21.50 you ARE Magna writing this shite.

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    9. Magna Carta's Mum17 June 2018 at 10:06

      @16.6.18 21:50
      I would like to offer you a canonry in my cathedral or at least some role such as Chaplain to Mommie's Dressing Room. Or else in gratitude for your kind words I could see if Magna can get you something nice from the vet's cupboard.

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  19. I wonder does Amy or Coddle have Cinderfella slippers too ?

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    1. Dermo did say the Trad Mass in Poland?

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    2. Probably wearing ruby slippers.

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  20. Hi +Pat. The FSSP and FSSPX are all sluts. They’re status with Rome is irregular. I’m glad to hear your surgery went well. Thanks be to God.

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    1. Actually, the status of the FSSP with Rome is not irregular. The FSSP is in full communion with the Holy See.

      And it's "their", by the way.

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  21. Patsy why are you always denigrating The Tridentine Mass it was the only Mass for over four hundred years. It was the only Mass You knew until 1969 when we were forced to endure The Novus Ordo concocted by the auld Mason Bugninni and the dreadful Montini who promulgated. By there fruits shall you know them. Well we can all see the fruits lowest Mass attendance ever and heresy,apostacy and no vocations! May Our Lady Terror of Heretics crush them under her heal and restore The One True Church.

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    1. The first (AND ONLY) Mass wasn't Tridentine, you ignoramus.😆

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    2. Before Tradentine Mass there was...wait for it... there was no seminaries. Priests were often trained by shadowing, especially Diocesian priests. Imaginevthe inconsistencies, the tailoring to local needs, the variety... The Many True Masses.

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    3. It was the only Mass known in almost all of the west and it is (still) beautiful.

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    4. 00:29, in your opinion.😆

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  22. I love dressing myself up as a Bishop and.in all the tridentine vestments. I love all the frills and lace. I am not an ordained minister but bought all this stuff and love dressing up in it. It makes me feel very controlling.

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    1. 21:28 more power to you. Roaring transvestite.

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    2. All you need now is to get a triple-tiara on Ebay.

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  23. Personally I think that prelates who get dressed up in busking and all that drag stuff are intrinsically disordered

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  24. Is there a nice new summer scandal brewing at Maynooth, +Pat, or a gay tell-all; I prefer men to women by the Bishop of XXXXXXXX? It would be lovely.

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  25. "Would someone from the Catholic Church please take me to court." What in the right mind would write this!
    A most Pathetic post I've just read on Facebook.
    The world has developed some strange but sad individuals!

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    1. 23:13 Believe me you will always get one, particularly one that's grossed with self-importance.
      We'd be blessed in this small Middletown community to have him move to a more exotic part of the Island. Keep us and the many others in which he imagines he's intimidating with his on line social media campaign in your prayers just because many of our opinions differs.
      Pat please remember all fathers in your prayers especially those that struggle with life and need help with trying to live.

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    2. @1336 This organisation might be able to offer help to the fathers you mention https://www.thecalmzone.net/

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  26. The earlier posts are not in any way any better 23:13.
    Imagine been free for all commitments but to have nothing else to do but post garbage all day on social media.
    Retirement cannot come soon enough for me!
    Live life to the full and not worry about the past. If thats all I had to do then I guess my 5 children's would be in care by now!

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  27. There is only one Ignoramus and its Magna Carta. I did not say th Tridentine Msss was the only Mass, I saidit was the only Mass celebratedfor 400 years after the Coucil of Trent, until the changes imposed on the Faithful after the disaster of Vatican II. I suggest Magna Carter crawls back to her small unrecognised illegal group "We are Church"! I remind her There is only One Church

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    1. 08:51, you're hankering after a particular FORM of Mass; you crave external display rather than what the Mass actually is.

      You are not comfortable living in modernity; you, and those like you, are social and psychological misfits. Others might describe you all as just one, huge, unfunny joke.

      People like you lack spiritual substance, and the showy, self-regarding priests who, oh so willingly pander to your ostentatious tastes, are the very people who have brought the Body of Christ to the low point we see today.

      Mass is beautiful in ANY form, but the form you crave does not focus on Christ, but on the overweening self-importance of so-called 'priests' (like the self-aggrandising clowns in the above photo)

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  28. Oh! Magna Dear your at it again you can't help yourself. The only Social and Psychological misfit is you. If you think that te Holy Mass is beautiful in any form you need to go to an optician for sght and hearing test. The Novus Ordo Mess as I call it is truly that a Mess. It is banal awful not Carholic and anything but beautiful.you have no spiritual substance and want to bring everything down to the lowst common denominator Your comments to anyone who is traditional shows you to be the mean spirited nasty vicious lefty old Queen tha you are!

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    1. Thank you, 13:37.

      You have just proven that my earlier comment struck a liturgical nail squarely on its head.

      Jesus, the Real Presence, means absolutely nothing to you, and your kind, who prefer to be threatically entertained at Mass with baroque liturgy and rite rather than spiritually enriched and graced through the presence of Jesus, body, blood, soul, and divinity. You want to feast the senses, but starve the spirit. And your crass remark, 'if you think that the Holy Mass is beautiful in any form, you need to go to an optician, is proof of it.

      The Mass is beautiful because Christ is present; the rest is unnecessary baubles.😆

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  29. Magna you just don't get it do you for the Mass to be valid and for Our Lord to be present Body Blood Soul and Divinity their has to be Matter Form and Intention by the celebrating priest this is certainly not evident in many Novis Ordo Messes and the modernist priests who say them The Tridentine Mass has nourished my soul and my belief in he Real Presence for 67 years and your crass remarks "That me and my kind have to be theatrically entertained" tells just exactly what you are you cannot stand Catholics who love the beauty of the Traditional Roman Rite I thank God and His Blessed Mother that despite you and your kind we are still able able to attend The Adorable Sacrifice of The Mass which we have attended all our lives instead of having to put up with the horrible protestant communion service you and all your kind would want to foist on us.

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  30. No priest can make Christ present on our altars: he is present there of his OWN accord (forget the Thomistic junk about 'Matter, Form...' yawn😪), because Jesus invited his disciples to 'do this in memory of me'. He required only one thing: their obedience to his invitation, and he would do the rest.

    Are you really so stupid (so legalistically OCD) as to believe that the Tridentine Rite, anymore than what you call the 'Novus Ordo Rite', mirrors precisely the form of Jewish Passover celebration expressed in Jesus' own time? No, neither does. So if you, arrogantly, are going to dismiss the possibility of the Real Presence during today's order of Mass on such ridiculous grounds as 'Matter, Form...zzzzzz😪, you must likewise dismiss its possibility during the Tridentine Rite (which, incidentally, has least in common with the ancient Jewish Rite of Passover).

    You're an anachronism. And a very sad one at that.

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  31. Magna the veil has dropped I see you are not a Catholic or you would know that of course it is the priest standing at the Altar as the Altar Christus who confects the Transubstansiation that brings the Our Lord to our Altars. Iwish you would cease to weary us with your pureile prattle Our lord was not celebrating the Jewish passover He was instituting The Blessed Sacrament. You are right that The Tridentine Mass has least in common with the jewish passover, its not supposed to, you Cretin! it is the Holy Sacrifice of The Mass. no doubt whatever service you attend will have plenty in common with the jewish rite. However I am a Catholic and only interested in my own Holy Religion. in which. I am very happy. I am not sad at all only when I hear the rubbish spouted by cretins like you. Your an Apostate and a really mad one at that!

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  32. It’s surprising that the Dominican McMahon allowed himself to be part of this spectacle.

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