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Offline bodeens

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Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
« Reply #15 on: October 19, 2021, 12:06:22 PM »
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  • I just reported you to admin for spewing falsehoods.
    Did you miss your clown or balloon "mass" indulter? Why so mad?
    "We dare not even start to hope until the Faith, the true Faith, and its revealed content, are secured in our minds. Only in terms of Faith do we dare to hope."

    Offline Prayerful

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #16 on: October 19, 2021, 12:15:07 PM »
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  • Perhaps because the Dimonds have far less credibility?  Maybe they're afraid of someone who people will actually listen to?
    The Dimond do have good content, but if they feel so strongly about the Church, they could organise themselves as proper monks, perhaps get ordained by someone traditional, but instead they just churn out videos from their farm in rural New York, and don't even live properly as monks, it has been said.

    Yes, there is the issue of credibility and Youtube evidence consider them fringe cranks.

    Back again

    This latest video is presumably on the words of St Alphonsus Liguori. I'll make sure to download it.


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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #17 on: October 19, 2021, 01:19:09 PM »
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  • I just reported you to admin for spewing falsehoods.

    You can't be that stupid, you have to be joking.

    Then again, you DID just sh** on all Trad groups, clinging only to the Indult as your favorite out of all the possible options. The compromised, controlled opposition Indult! Approved by Modernist Rome authorities and Pope Francis. What danger could such a group be to the nєω ωσrℓ∂ σr∂єr? ZERO.

    I'll give you a clue, Einstein: when the evil Galactic Empire (the bad guys in Star Wars) allows a group to exist, that group is obviously NOT going to take down the evil Empire, or do anything to interfere with Imperial ambitions. Any true "rebel" groups will certainly be attacked by the Empire, and most certainly will NOT be approved by it!

    If you were in the Star Wars universe, you'd be proudly clinging to a compromised pseudo-rebel group set up by the Empire and Darth Vader himself, while attacking, denigrating, and betraying the real Rebellion at every turn. And Darth Vader would be laughing at idiots like you, who fell for it!

    You, man, are A) woefully uneducated about the Crisis in the Church, B) dull of mind, C) have some personal "need" to be accepted by the world that causes you to need/want compromise, or D) some combination of A/B/C.

    I'd like to know which of those you are -- but it really doesn't matter.
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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #18 on: October 19, 2021, 02:48:22 PM »
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  • The Dimond do have good content, but if they feel so strongly about the Church, they could organise themselves as proper monks, perhaps get ordained by someone traditional, but instead they just churn out videos from their farm in rural New York, and don't even live properly as monks, it has been said.

    Yes, there is the issue of credibility and Youtube evidence consider them fringe cranks.

    Back again

    This latest video is presumably on the words of St Alphonsus Liguori. I'll make sure to download it.
    They do a nice job indeed, in spite of their apologetical problems.  I have Creation and Miracles in our homeschool video library.  I have some of their material and it is very well-done, they do write well (as does RJMI, but I'm not about to follow him either), and somebody in the MHFM apparatus seems to have had some schooling and/or OJT in editing, layout, and design (as have I, much self-taught, you can do wonders with Microsoft Publisher).

    I'm not about to become a Dimondite, but I must give credit where credit is due, WRT their editing and writing skills.

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #19 on: October 19, 2021, 03:26:55 PM »
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    I'll give you a clue, Einstein: when the evil Galactic Empire (the bad guys in Star Wars) allows a group to exist, that group is obviously NOT going to take down the evil Empire, or do anything to interfere with Imperial ambitions. Any true "rebel" groups will certainly be attacked by the Empire, and most certainly will NOT be approved by it!

    If you were in the Star Wars universe, you'd be proudly clinging to a compromised pseudo-rebel group set up by the Empire and Darth Vader himself, while attacking, denigrating, and betraying the real Rebellion at every turn. And Darth Vader would be laughing at idiots like you, who fell for it!
    :laugh1:  The force is strong in this analogy!


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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #20 on: October 19, 2021, 04:05:09 PM »
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  • Not entirely so Spork. The indult perspective is polluted with the idea that "The new rite of Mass is just as efficacious as the old rite of Mass" as Fr. Ripperger puts it, which is to say that that idea is ever present albeit underlying in the indult perspective, poster XavierSem is a good example of this perspective imo.

    Stubborn, 

    I don't believe XavierSem would hold to that "just as efficacious." And, as the recipient can determine in part "how much grace is imparted," I guess sources can impart grace while imparting more or less grace than another source - hence, not "just as efficacious."  

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #21 on: October 19, 2021, 05:16:52 PM »
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  • Stubborn,

    I don't believe XavierSem would hold to that "just as efficacious." And, as the recipient can determine in part "how much grace is imparted," I guess sources can impart grace while imparting more or less grace than another source - hence, not "just as efficacious." 

    This is something I'd actually like clarification from him on. I've seen him say the NOM has defects but that it is valid, which seems to imply what Stubborn is saying. Why would he say in multiple threads it's fine to fulfill your Sunday obligation in something inferior? Is there a "preferred way" through official channels in the VII church and a "lesser way"? If this is the case he is undermining himself.
    "We dare not even start to hope until the Faith, the true Faith, and its revealed content, are secured in our minds. Only in terms of Faith do we dare to hope."

    Offline Viva Cristo Rey

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #22 on: October 20, 2021, 12:05:17 AM »
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  • But yet this video of hate against Christians and our Lord is allowed by YouTube.  Where is the outrage by Christians?

    (got complaints about video -- moderator removed link)
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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #23 on: October 20, 2021, 06:30:08 AM »
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  • Stubborn,

    I don't believe XavierSem would hold to that "just as efficacious." And, as the recipient can determine in part "how much grace is imparted," I guess sources can impart grace while imparting more or less grace than another source - hence, not "just as efficacious." 

    Well, Fr. Ripperger states this in the Introduction of his book "The Merit of a Mass": "The new rite of Mass is just as efficacious as the old rite of Mass in this respect since they are both the same sacrifice of Christ."

    After quoting some theologian about a week ago, XavierSem said: "Therefore, the New Mass cannot be intrinsically evil in the way that a Black Mass is, because the Church cannot poison Her children".

    The thinking here is that the new "mass" is not evil because coming from the Church, it can't be evil. Whether he thinks it "just as efficacious" or not I cannot say, but either way, his thinking exemplifies that one does not necessarily need to believe as Fr. Ripperger that "it's just as efficacious," that apparently all one needs to do is accept is that the evil thing came from the Church, which means rather than being evil it is acceptable, and since it's acceptable it gives graces same as the true Mass. Which in turn, this thinking leads to other liberal ideas that come across in the writings and sermons etc. of indulters. Matto correctly called this "the indult perspective."

     

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #24 on: October 20, 2021, 09:54:06 AM »
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  • Oh, shut up, twit. Seriously. That is not true and you know.

    your idea of Catholicism doesn't deliver and has left me less than impressed. Get over yourself and this stupid attitude.You want a mRNA vaccine with that SSPX to go? Or are you now a the ultra strict über walking on water resistance? One of the various sede groups that don't even recognise each other's validity? Tell me, what's your flavour of Church?
    Fauci didn't warn me about the Indult Variant, might have to report this sickness to the CDC instead of Matthew.

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #25 on: October 20, 2021, 04:14:22 PM »
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  • I have to say this, the video of the practically-naked young woman crucifying the monkey, could be a proximate temptation to sin (even if only mental) of impurity, for a young man who is struggling to live chastely.  I'm 61 years old and, just suffice it to say, she even got my attention.

    Might want to edit this out, or at least provide the URL without a hyperlink, and with a warning that she is immodestly dressed (undressed would be more like it) in the extreme.


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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #26 on: October 20, 2021, 04:35:15 PM »
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  • I have to say this, the video of the practically-naked young woman crucifying the monkey, could be a proximate temptation to sin (even if only mental) of impurity, for a young man who is struggling to live chastely.  I'm 61 years old and, just suffice it to say, she even got my attention.

    Might want to edit this out, or at least provide the URL without a hyperlink, and with a warning that she is immodestly dressed (undressed would be more like it) in the extreme.
    I agree why on earth would someone post this?  I dont care what the content is; You just posted a picture of an almost naked woman, why would any catholic do that?  Promotion of gross immodesty is a grave sin.  

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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #27 on: October 20, 2021, 07:44:38 PM »
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  • I agree why on earth would someone post this?  I dont care what the content is; You just posted a picture of an almost naked woman, why would any catholic do that?  Promotion of gross immodesty is a grave sin. 

    I removed the link in VCR's post, after receiving complaints.
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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #28 on: October 20, 2021, 07:46:08 PM »
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  • I agree why on earth would someone post this?  I dont care what the content is; You just posted a picture of an almost naked woman, why would any catholic do that?  Promotion of gross immodesty is a grave sin. 
    Matthew deleted it. What did he post? A picture of the Sistine Chapel?
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    Re: Sensus Fidelium Banned From Youtube
    « Reply #29 on: October 20, 2021, 07:50:32 PM »
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  • I removed the link in VCR's post, after receiving complaints.
    Thanks.  No offense intended, but I couldn't just let that go, without saying something.

    Now the trick is to be like the old monk in the anecdote about carrying the woman across the water, when he told the young monk, "I put her down a half-hour ago, but you are still carrying her".

    Might be good to reflect upon the outrage she perpetrated upon the crucified Christ.