Apologies

My apologies to Patrick for the media being obsessed with eulogizing a person with no relationship with gpmtrad or his views. Also, I apologize for the media boneheads, among whom I count Brian Kilmeade of Fox & Friends for continuing to say that DJT attended “midnight Mass” on Christmas Eve. It was not a Mass but an Episcopalian service he attended at Bethesda-by-the-Sea on 12/24. There is a world of difference between the two because of the Schism that occurred when the followers of Henry VIII established their own church in defiance of the Holy See. See “Quo Primum” by Pope St. Pius V written and promulgated in 1570.

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13 comments on “Apologies

  1. Hey–DJT got a standing ovation. Guess what the Christ child got? Just sayin’…

  2. If I read your post correctly, Colonel, there’s no need for an apology. But it was thoughtful for you to have said what you did.

    That poor soul was NO relation (BELIEVE me!). So, no problem.

    And, yes, FAUX News’ Brian is Exhibit “121.7” for the prosecution in the case of The People Vs. Postmodern Western Ed-juh-muh-kay-shun. He minored in what was my major (he went to CW Post for his BA) and he IS Catholic. He’s also been in trouble because of some anti-PC comments he made on the air. I think the judge will go easier on him because of that.

    ; – )

    • Roger that, my friend. It just irritated me that they would eulogize such a person. Btw, I sent the following message to fox and friends re: Brian’s tendency to parrot what others are saying: “I apologize for the media boneheads, among whom I count Brian Kilmeade of Fox & Friends, for continuing to say that DJT attended “midnight Mass” on Christmas Eve. It was not a Mass but an Episcopalian service he attended at Bethesda-by-the-Sea on 12/24. There is a world of difference between the two because of the Schism that occurred when the followers of Henry VIII established their own church in defiance of the Holy See. See “Quo Primum” by Pope St. Pius V written and promulgated in 1570.”
      Now, I’ll have to give DJT a pass on this because he went to church on Christmas Eve and I don’t know what he sincerely believes about Catholicism but one thing I do know is that he’s going to need a lot of help from a “higher power” if he’s to succeed in the Presidency. (My own ancestors have Episcopalians in their family tree – if you can believe it, there were those from both the north and the south of Ireland as well as “Windsors” from Britain. Even in the same family there were both Episcopaiians and Roman Catholics. Fortunately, when they came to this country they learned to live together in peace. Egads, what a mix!)

      • Well, Big Media gonna do what Big Media do. Period.

        Btw, I did learn from a Trad-friendly priest from Northern Ireland that my own clan from Co. Cork were likely to have been Catholics who escaped from the Brit “ISIS” hundreds of years ago since the familial name was, in the priest’s opinion, definitely English in origin.

        Furthermore, on the Feast of St. Andrew, 2005, my dearly missed Dad (410th LBG, (9th USAAC) was received into to the Church, in Canada, by a Trad-friendly (and eloquent) Scot-Irish priest with whom you and many AQ regulars may be familiar.

        Yes, “English” ancestry is problematic, indeed.

  3. Oh yeah, the faggot singer! You had me scratching my head!

  4. I believe it was Pope St. Pius X who said that the servant ought not to be applauded in the presence of the Master. Well, at the Episcopalian church service there’s not a big problem, since there is no Real Presence. Yet, I wonder if DJT would have preferred not to be applauded in church, even though he appreciated the friendly reception.

  5. I believe it was Pope St. Pius X who said that the servant ought not to be applauded in the presence of the Master. Well, at the Episcopalian church service there’s not a big problem, since there is no Real Presence. Yet, I wonder if DJT would have preferred not to be applauded in church, even though he appreciated the friendly reception.

  6. I believe it was Pope St. Pius X who said that the servant ought not to be applauded in the presence of the Master. Well, at the Episcopalian church service there’s not a big problem, since there is no Real Presence. Yet, I wonder if DJT would have preferred not to be applauded in church, even though he appreciated the friendly reception.

  7. As far as The Donald is concerned, I will posit this much:

    He did what NO US PRESIDENT has done since 2009. And maybe MUCH further back than that.

    I don’t know if Dubya “attended services” outside of any considered critical to his political campaigns.

    Bubba’s photo op “appearances” speak for themselves.

    Whatever GHW Bush did, if anything, is far removed from my failing memory.

    And, far as I know, Ronaldus Magnus doesn’t seem to have visited any “church,” save for state funerals, either. Although, he did manage to write a few nice words on behalf of Christianity, in general. Sorta. Kinda.

    I don’t recall if Carter continued to “teach” Sunday school to kidlings in his days the White House, either. Actually, I hope he didn’t.

    Which brings us back to “Helmet-Resistant” Gerry Ford, again of no known Christian affinity and his predecessor, a Quaker with no warm sentiments about the Catholic Church (which has always bugged me every time Pat Buchanan has written kind words about Tricky Dick.)

    Of course, before all of them were the most obvious candidate for the precursor of the antichrist, LBJ, and his heretical predecessor, JFK.

    Ike joined the lemonade-sippin’ Presbyterians, so I’m told, simply because one of his campaign advisors thought he ought to “affiliate” somewhere before he was elected.

    And, before that, Give ‘Em Hell Harry’s most eloquent selfie was taken at the National HQ of Freemasonry in DC (Northwest, either on 15th or 16th St.)

    I could go on about FDR (another Freemason and total idiot on top of that) and even my own and only favorite Prez, Cal Coolidge (a prot, as well) but what’s the point?

    Having thought this over while posting, The Donald doesn’t look too bad, after all! At least he showed up – voluntarily, sans any known sense of Catholicism.

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