All Conversations in My Heart
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
  The Priesthood(s)
I have received, so many times, been served notice I should say, by e-mails and conversations that make me aware I am neither a good man nor am I a good Catholic. Ah me!, so much criticism and so many warnings from superiorly enlightened minds. I am bereft and unable to defend my position, I mean my stand on my Catholicism. One might say that these equivocating minds vastly more superior intellectually than I, by their own admission founded more deeply in a state of the grace that sanctifies than I, they cannot possibly be wrong. I think this is what they mean. Good for you may you all never be tepid in your defence of your catholic faith. I do not attack the priesthood, but I can criticize their lack of fortitude. Of all the priests I have met in my travels, there is only one I have thoroughly disliked and I still went to confession to him for nearly three years. He was by a Bishop's public admission, “a wild man” by his vicar general one could not talk to him since his reaction was one of vocal aggression. One priest warned me he would take care of me if I harmed him or his priesthood. He did that is for sure as did the Archbishop of that time. I got my vengeance I had the housekeeper place a green scapular under his bedsheets.
What then is a priest? What kind if priesthoods are there? Are there perhaps four? Any catholic can see perhaps four with different types of each. There is the Good Shepherd who leads from the back sending his guides out before him and watching how the sheep walk, watching their health and the direction in which they move. There is the Sacrificial Minister administering the Sacraments and offering the Sacrifice on behalf of the truly faithful and practising catholic children. The Children in this case are the Royal Priesthood. We, of this rank, in the Church today are extremely confused by both feminist schismatics who do not acknowledge what we really are and we have been even more misled quite deliberately by the false interpretation of the latin words in the Vatican 2 document, “Sacrosanctum Consilium”. The words are, “participatio actuosa” which Cardinal Ratzinger pointed out was always meant to be actual participation not active. The latter is the usually used and has led to a view of the priesthood by evangelicals and charismatics as the common priesthood which never existed.
The Jews of the Diaspora who travelled from the four corners of the Roman Empire to make their offerings at The Temple in Jerusalem which consisted of both tithes and a holocaust, bought from the group euphemistically called money changers and had a Aaronite priest offer their animal holocaust for them. They were actually present. So here we have the Good Shepherd, the Sacrificial Minister and the Royal Priesthood, but there is one more that rises above all others in the Church. The one of which we never hear taught, it is the Mystical Priest, who like Christ is the Victim Soul, chosen by Christ and His Mother, as was Francis of Assisi. This act is often accompanied by some kind of suffering, usually the Stigmata. Christ takes these souls unto Himself. He alone gives them the choice by offering sometimes a crown of thorns, sometimes a disease. Never does the provident God let it just happen for the Victim Soul, the suffering servant, is Jesus and Mary's offering to God for the Church or the Priesthood or for some kind of dreadful sinful behaviour in the Church. They are all very likely the Spouse of the Crucified. Was not St Francis' offering by Jesus and Mary for the Church? Did God accept it? Were not the Martyrs, Victim Souls. Do we not say the Church was is built and always will be built on these precious and very personal offerings of the blood of these glorious sufferers? Where are the priests today who should suffer for their Parishioners even for the priesthood as did John Paul 2, who suffered for his flock. His was a tremendous offering of his life and raging fire of love for the priesthood. The priests always in charge claim the to be the suffering servant of the Old Testament. Are they really? They do offer peace but it is only the keeping of it they give. Where is the condemnation of heresy, of schisms? Where is their defence of truth, and of the Eucharist? Where is their active defense of “Humanae Vitae”
You, who are the Laity, consider what you have just read and check with your Parish Priest and Bishop for any trace of veracity.



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