“Father” Rosica, CatholycLutheranEpiscopalian high priest of heterodox orthodoxy, had ordered his attorney to demand that his Vox Cantoris “tormenter” David remove his “hurtful” posts that reveal that “Father” Rosica is a CatholycLutheranEpiscopalian by the close of business on February 22, 2015. That is today, a Sunday, the first Sunday of Lent and is a very curious deadline to impose by a so-called Catholic priest to a real Catholic.
What business determines the deadline has come and gone? Would that be the Catholic Church? Is the Church a business? Perhaps for “Father” Rosica, who is determined to stop Vox Cantoris from crippling his salt and light “network” by revealing that the “Father” is a CatholycLutheranEpiscopalian to a duped Catholic populace, the Church is a business. He certainly doesn’t believe in the Church as anything holding the Truth, as we have had the displeasure of knowing. And he’s all about protecting his business with the threat to Vox Cantoris, and using the resources of all those duped Catholic subscribers to salt and light to pay his attorneys to threaten the blog’s creator.
The deadline looms. When exactly is the close of business on a Sunday for a CatholycLutheranEpiscopalian? Is it after the last Mass in Canada? In Rome? In the farthest parish at the international date line?
The salt has lost its flavor and is good for nothing. The light has gone out.
The irony in this disgusting yet enlightening spectacle is that more Catholics than ever now realize that “Father” Rosica is masquerading as a real Catholic priest when he is, in fact, a CatholycLutheranEpiscopalian, otherwise known as the new acronym, CYCLOP.
The CYCLOP in seeking to hide what he does has instead brought many to take a closer look at what he has been doing, and he is now open to worldwide scorn for being a CYCLOP, hiding within the Church determined to undermine the Faith and lead unsuspecting souls to Hell. In case you missed it, take a look at the CYCLOP’s distortion of the Gospel for today, wherein he tells the dupes that Jesus hallucinated the “demon” conjured up by the desert sun and pangs of hunger and thirst, and that Jesus was confused and doubtful in his response to the “demon” or “demons”; the CYCLOP couldn’t just read the Gospel and stick with Satan.
I am grateful to the CYCLOP for leading me to many good Catholic bloggers that I had not yet found before, and for leading others to me. Out of evil God works a greater good.