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Offline Acolyte

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2020, 02:03:05 PM »
I can't believe anyone would be crazy enough to want that obnoxious tin hat wearing twit back  :o

Also I hope this doesn't turn into a criticise the mods thread  :pray2:

For one thing, he needs to be criticized for allowed non-Catholics here.

Are dogmatic sedes Catholic ?

Is "dogmatic" your description of all sedes, or is a "dogmatic sede" something different among sedes?

As I posted above,
"Being a sede is understandable considering the scandal of the current hierarchy.

But I can't imagine anyone being more detrimental to the piety of a Catholic strong in their faith, than a dogmatic sede.

How is it not evil to embrace such the Hardness of Heart required to condemn those who pray for Heretics ?

Am I going to tell because I assist an una cum Mass ?

The dogmatic sede seems to judge it so, usurping the Judgement of Christ the King Himself.

Again, I can sympathize with sedes, but not the ones who embrace hatred."
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #31 on: February 12, 2020, 02:15:14 PM »
I can't believe anyone would be crazy enough to want that obnoxious tin hat wearing twit back  :o

Also I hope this doesn't turn into a criticise the mods thread  :pray2:

For one thing, he needs to be criticized for allowed non-Catholics here.

Are dogmatic sedes Catholic ?

Is "dogmatic" your description of all sedes, or is a "dogmatic sede" something different among sedes?

As I posted above,
"Being a sede is understandable considering the scandal of the current hierarchy.

But I can't imagine anyone being more detrimental to the piety of a Catholic strong in their faith, than a dogmatic sede.

How is it not evil to embrace such the Hardness of Heart required to condemn those who pray for Heretics ?

Am I going to tell because I assist an una cum Mass ?

The dogmatic sede seems to judge it so, usurping the Judgement of Christ the King Himself.

Again, I can sympathize with sedes, but not the ones who embrace hatred."

You didn't really answer my question.
My posting in the non-Catholic sub-forum does not imply that I condone the decision to allow non-Catholics here. I consider non-Catholics here to be de facto "trolls" against the Catholic Faith that should be banned. I believe this is traditional Catholic moral procedure.
 

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #32 on: February 12, 2020, 02:30:35 PM »
I can't believe anyone would be crazy enough to want that obnoxious tin hat wearing twit back  :o

Also I hope this doesn't turn into a criticise the mods thread  :pray2:

For one thing, he needs to be criticized for allowed non-Catholics here.

Are dogmatic sedes Catholic ?

Is "dogmatic" your description of all sedes, or is a "dogmatic sede" something different among sedes?

As I posted above,
"Being a sede is understandable considering the scandal of the current hierarchy.

But I can't imagine anyone being more detrimental to the piety of a Catholic strong in their faith, than a dogmatic sede.

How is it not evil to embrace such the Hardness of Heart required to condemn those who pray for Heretics ?

Am I going to tell because I assist an una cum Mass ?

The dogmatic sede seems to judge it so, usurping the Judgement of Christ the King Himself.

Again, I can sympathize with sedes, but not the ones who embrace hatred."

You didn't really answer my question.

You didn't answer mine so I guess we're even pal.

 
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Offline GBoldwater

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #33 on: February 12, 2020, 03:03:23 PM »
I can't believe anyone would be crazy enough to want that obnoxious tin hat wearing twit back  :o

Also I hope this doesn't turn into a criticise the mods thread  :pray2:

For one thing, he needs to be criticized for allowed non-Catholics here.

Are dogmatic sedes Catholic ?

Is "dogmatic" your description of all sedes, or is a "dogmatic sede" something different among sedes?

As I posted above,
"Being a sede is understandable considering the scandal of the current hierarchy.

But I can't imagine anyone being more detrimental to the piety of a Catholic strong in their faith, than a dogmatic sede.

How is it not evil to embrace such the Hardness of Heart required to condemn those who pray for Heretics ?

Am I going to tell because I assist an una cum Mass ?

The dogmatic sede seems to judge it so, usurping the Judgement of Christ the King Himself.

Again, I can sympathize with sedes, but not the ones who embrace hatred."

You didn't really answer my question.

You didn't answer mine so I guess we're even pal.

I was trying to understand your question properly before answering, which is why I asked a question about your question.

From what you have said so far, I gather that you classify sedes into two groups, those who hate and those who don't, and the ones you say hate are those that say it is a sin to assist at an una cum Mass.

Are sedes Catholic?  Yes. Even hatred doesn't make one cease being Catholic. Heresy does. Sounds like you prefer Francis over sedes.
My posting in the non-Catholic sub-forum does not imply that I condone the decision to allow non-Catholics here. I consider non-Catholics here to be de facto "trolls" against the Catholic Faith that should be banned. I believe this is traditional Catholic moral procedure.
 

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #34 on: February 12, 2020, 04:40:52 PM »
Perhaps he is enrolled in Pope Michaelís online seminary (which does exist btw).   :laugh:

I think I got leaflets about this outside Church one day...
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #35 on: February 12, 2020, 08:12:28 PM »
The tuition is cheap plus he changed church law now allowing married men to be ordained (by him) to the priesthood.  But Iím not sure what the job pays.   But knowing Michael-Bawden, I doubt he trains how to troll trad forums.  :shrug:
 

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #36 on: February 12, 2020, 08:32:23 PM »
The tuition is cheap plus he changed church law now allowing married men to be ordained (by him) to the priesthood.  But Iím not sure what the job pays.   But knowing Michael-Bawden, I doubt he trains how to troll trad forums.  :shrug:

He's such an insignificant freak. Not worth even mentioning.
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #37 on: February 13, 2020, 12:53:28 AM »
Wie dein Sonntag, so dein Sterbetag.

I am not altogether on anybody's side, because nobody is altogether on my side.  ~Treebeard, LOTR

Jesus son of David, have mercy on me.
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #38 on: February 13, 2020, 12:10:36 PM »
That is not the mind of the Church. The Church doesn't want non-Catholics to post things against the faith, so they should not be here. It's why books had imprimaturs. It's harmful to the faith, and the moderator doesn't seem to care.

Comparing an online forum to a book intended to teach official Church teaching seems a bit much.  Does SD have an imprimatur or a nihil obstat?
 

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #39 on: February 13, 2020, 12:17:01 PM »
Who trained you? Who gave you permission?

My confessor.

They trained you? What did this training consist of? Under what conditions did they give you permission? Under which Bishopís authority was this priest given the ability to send forth apologists?

You have a sufficient answer.

It may be sufficient, but itís certainly not efficacious. Moreover, itís obfuscatory and novel as can be.
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #40 on: February 13, 2020, 12:35:01 PM »
Who trained you? Who gave you permission?

My confessor.

They trained you? What did this training consist of? Under what conditions did they give you permission? Under which Bishopís authority was this priest given the ability to send forth apologists?

You have a sufficient answer.

It may be sufficient, but itís certainly not efficacious. Moreover, itís obfuscatory and novel as can be.

Satisfying your curiosity wouldn't be efficacious either.

Since the Internet is novel, there is a touch of novelty to it likewise. But in principle it's not really novel if you look at the way vary religious publications were treated for responsibility. Then magnify that responsibility several times over because the Internet is indexed by google and posts on subjects can be instantly accessed at will the world over....

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #41 on: February 14, 2020, 11:47:25 AM »
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #42 on: February 14, 2020, 12:27:13 PM »
Ode to GBoldWater

By Christulsa

When the Chair of Peter seems to be vacant
Understandable the kind that should raise their fist
Though their angel on their shoulder should beckon "Be patient"
Dogmatic sedevacantism becomes like a malignant cyst

What is "dogmatic sedevacantism?" our banned troll did ask
It's when you impose it on others like a de fide dogma
Such explanations we gave once taken by him to task
Perhaps instead we should've offered our visitor a shot of vodka

Perhaps a few found his style a breath of fresh air
While the rest cocked their heads in disbelief like that little African boy in the meme
Even Pon got a few feathers ruffled by talk too doctrinaire
Yet by all marks and appearances we had a troll on our hands, it would seem

Life causes trauma and hardship for most of us here
The temptation is there to retreat to the basement
The answer instead is the Cross, hard work, and good cheer
And a shot of whiskey and BBQd deer

GBoldWater your short stint here was quite the delight
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night







« Last Edit: February 14, 2020, 12:32:37 PM by christulsa »
 
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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #43 on: February 14, 2020, 01:58:58 PM »
Ode to GBoldWater

By Christulsa

When the Chair of Peter seems to be vacant
Understandable the kind that should raise their fist
Though their angel on their shoulder should beckon "Be patient"
Dogmatic sedevacantism becomes like a malignant cyst

What is "dogmatic sedevacantism?" our banned troll did ask
It's when you impose it on others like a de fide dogma
Such explanations we gave once taken by him to task
Perhaps instead we should've offered our visitor a shot of vodka

Perhaps a few found his style a breath of fresh air
While the rest cocked their heads in disbelief like that little African boy in the meme
Even Pon got a few feathers ruffled by talk too doctrinaire
Yet by all marks and appearances we had a troll on our hands, it would seem

Life causes trauma and hardship for most of us here
The temptation is there to retreat to the basement
The answer instead is the Cross, hard work, and good cheer
And a shot of whiskey and BBQd deer

GBoldWater your short stint here was quite the delight
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night


A beautiful ode, truly Ēa breath of fresh airĒ to see someone use alternate rhyme with a fixed set of numbers on each line (well, almost).

 :cheeseheadbeer:
 

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Re: Unban Exsurge Domine
« Reply #44 on: February 14, 2020, 02:47:03 PM »
Ode to GBoldWater

By Christulsa

When the Chair of Peter seems to be vacant
Understandable the kind that should raise their fist
Though their angel on their shoulder should beckon "Be patient"
Dogmatic sedevacantism becomes like a malignant cyst

What is "dogmatic sedevacantism?" our banned troll did ask
It's when you impose it on others like a de fide dogma
Such explanations we gave once taken by him to task
Perhaps instead we should've offered our visitor a shot of vodka

Perhaps a few found his style a breath of fresh air
While the rest cocked their heads in disbelief like that little African boy in the meme
Even Pon got a few feathers ruffled by talk too doctrinaire
Yet by all marks and appearances we had a troll on our hands, it would seem

Life causes trauma and hardship for most of us here
The temptation is there to retreat to the basement
The answer instead is the Cross, hard work, and good cheer
And a shot of whiskey and BBQd deer

GBoldWater your short stint here was quite the delight
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night


A beautiful ode, truly Ēa breath of fresh airĒ to see someone use alternate rhyme with a fixed set of numbers on each line (well, almost).

 :cheeseheadbeer:

He left or he was banned?  :laugh: