Louie’s subtitled-version of “The Pope Video” removed by Vimeo

BREAKING: Louie’s subtitled-version of “The Pope Video” removed by Vimeo


Louie Verrecchio
January 13, 2016

Apparently, after more than 8,000 views, the masterminds of “The Pope Video” have decided that my rendition offering a more proper translation of the apostasy therein must be suppressed.

I just received the following notice from Vimeo:

“We removed your video because a third party claims that it infringes a copyright that the third party owns or has the right to enforce.”

It’s not clear whether this action was instigated by the Pope World Prayer Network – Apostleship of Prayer, (the Jesuit group that produced the wretched thing) or someone at the Holy See, but it would seem that these are the only possible claimants.

What is it about my version that unsettles them so?

I think we all know the answer. In any case, watch, share and download the video (now uploaded at Gloria.tv) before it meets the same fate.


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2 comments on “Louie’s subtitled-version of “The Pope Video” removed by Vimeo

  1. I wouldn’t get too concerned about this.
    The original video, the official one put out by Rome, is itself utterly damming. It really didn’t need any parody.
    In fact, most of what Rome does nowadays needs no parody – the antics of the modern Church speak for themselves. No Monty Python team could dream up one hundredth of the scenes we have seen by modernist priests in modernist parishes in the last 50 years. This video from Rome featuring the Pope is just the latest.

  2. While the person currently occupying the Chair of Peter has taken, and promoted, the heresies of religious relativism, indifferentism and syncretism to a higher level, especially with the original video Louie is spoofing. He could’ve put JPII and Benedict in a video like this also. With some of the indifferentism and relativism they participated in. Especially JPII.

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