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Offline Quid Retribuam Domino

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Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
« Reply #45 on: December 31, 2018, 08:06:58 PM »
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  • Remember glaston? lol

    He was always talking in riddles and about the druids. ROFL
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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #46 on: December 31, 2018, 08:23:57 PM »
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  • Way to infuse sanctimonious false piety with derision.

    #effeminate

    #soy
    This sounds so much like Croix.
    So, no need to fight amongst ourselves now.
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    "Some preachers will keep silence about the truth, and others will trample it underfoot and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days Our Lord Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor but a destroyer."  St. Francis of Assisi


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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #47 on: December 31, 2018, 08:28:25 PM »
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    Good ol' Hobbles. He must have posted about 3,000 rare book scans, and I doubt anyone had time to read them as fast as he put them up.
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    But the fatal flaw in that project was, he used Photobucket for his source where he uploaded the images.
       Because he didn't have to. He (or anyone) can upload images directly onto the CI server, which Matthew maintains flawlessly;
       And for which service he garners our highest praise and doesn't get it often enough.
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    Now, unfortunately, all those wonderful scans are LOST because Hobble's Photobucket account was deleted. I don't know why.
       It makes me think he might have died.
       CI was obviously a passion for him, and he wouldn't have let all those scans go down the tubes if he could have prevented that.
       So he must have been oppressed with money troubles to let his PB account go down. They charge a fee for membership.
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    It sounded like he was frantically trying to preserve the books he wanted to share and did what he knew, without the foresight he needed.
        He mentioned having to "move" and seemed to be in a hurry to get scans posted before it was too late.
        Perhaps he was being evicted, and in such cases, personal property (like rare books) often get buried in a local landfill.
    Oh wow... I was unaware of this story?  I hope he's still alive.
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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #48 on: December 31, 2018, 08:33:52 PM »
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  • Rum, claudel is still with us. Last active today!

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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #49 on: December 31, 2018, 11:43:36 PM »
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    I TOTALLY agree!    
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    Speaking of Tele, are you aware that he took his name from the Roman martyr, St. Telesphorus, Pope, who hails from the days when popes were really CATHOLIC?!?!
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    You have to kind of look for his information, because his feast day (Jan 5) falls every year during that time when we're still in the Christmas season liturgically and so your missal will have a bit different arrangement for daily feast days, which you might expect to find in the Sunday Mass entries, as Christmas usually falls on a weekday, not Sunday. For example, the very next day after Christmas is St. Stephen, the protomartyr (this year Wednesday), followed by St. John (this year Thursday, who is considered a martyr inasmuch as on May 6th his being boiled alive in oil is commemorated, a process which he endured the pains thereof, however nonetheless miraculously survived), followed by the Holy Innocents on the 28th, this year Friday, shared by others including St. Francis de Sales, bishop in France, and Doctor of the Church, followed by St. Thomas of Canterbury, whom the wicked English murdered, this year Saturday -- yesterday. And so on. The Church doesn't dwell for long on the Nativity of Our Lord and Savior. Today, if not by Sunday's Mass, the Roman Martyrology commemorates St. Felix I, p. m., St. Sabinus, St. Exuperantius and St. Marcellus [remember the St. Marcel Initiative??], St. Venustian, his wife and sons --- while their martyrdoms having occurred at different times, they are commemorated on the same day.
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    The Martyrology gets specific here: "Marcellus and Exuperantius were fist racked, then severely beaten with rods; afterwards being torn with iron hooks, and burned in the sides, they fulfilled their martyrdom. Not long after, Venustian was put to the sword with his wife and sons. St. Sabinus, after having his hands cut off, and being a long time confined in prison, was scourged to death."
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    [Note:  if prison life wasn't already bad enough, try to imagine being there in those days, with bleeding stumps as forearms, etc...]
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    The entry for St. Telesphorus is no less edifying, since we have already been informed regarding the general character of such tortures.
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    "The Vigil of the Epiphany of Our Lord ... At Rome, in the time of Anotninus Pius,
    St. Telesphorus, pope, who, after many sufferings for the confession of Christ, underwent a glorious martyrdom ..."
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    Perhaps if we ask Tele to "come on back, the water's fine," and that we'd like him to tell us about the specifics of his namesake's many sufferings, he would be enticed to do so. Eh? (...as they say in Canada, which is closer to where he lives, last we heard.............)
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    Furthermore, Jan 5 is shared with other martyrs whose feasts are of a lesser rank than Pope Telesphorus:
    St. Edward, King of England, whose feast was transferred to October 13th (the day Our Lady later chose for the Miracle of the Sun), known for illustrious CHASTITY and the gift of MIRACLES...
    Under Diocletian, in Egypt many holy martyrs were put to death in Thebais by various kinds of torments...
    St. Simeon, monk of Antioch, lived for many years standing on a pillar, wherefore he is called Stylites ...
    St. Emiliana, Roman virgin, was called to heaven by her sister Tharsilla, who had preceded her ...
    St. Syncletica of Alexandria, her noble deeds have been recorded by St Anthanasius [same as the "other creed" of the Church, attributed to him, while skeptics argue he didn't compose it!] ...
    St. Apollinaris, virgin in Egypt........................ [if "apollo" were really Catholic, he might have preferred "apollinaris" instead!!!!]
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    Pope St Telesphoros aslo wrote the Gloria and mandated that it be sung at mass on Sundays.  


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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #50 on: January 01, 2019, 07:33:21 AM »
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  • whereas Croix used lots of Jewy sources, which compromised him.

    Jewy sources weren't used. "Hebrew Israelites" aren't Jews. They actually believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah, and they oppose the Synagogue of Satan and the state of "Israel". They're not even blood Jews, not any more than Catholics who have blood Jews. 

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    Feminism also isn't run by women, it's Marxism applied to gender. Female femininsts are merely the faces of the movement. The brains and money behind feminism has always been Jewish men. It's as patriarchal as anything else.

    Of course. Feminism is a form of Jewish control:

    From the woman came the beginning of sin, and by her we all die. ~ Ecclesiasticus 25:33

    International Women's Day is a day we all celebrate Eve's rebellion at the Tree and our plummet into sin.

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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #51 on: January 01, 2019, 08:04:40 AM »
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  • I probably need to post about 7 responses in this thread, but I'll post one at least;

    Neil Obstat,

    Hobbledehoy left CathInfo and then subsequently went back to the Novus Ordo. Amazing how someone with such a treasure of old Catholic books, timeless truth, and inspiring, beautiful artwork could go back to such a banal "mass".

    There is another thread on here with more details about him -- I just remember that "he's not Trad anymore".

    Another person who went back to the Novus Ordo is a Lebanese woman named Fabiana, who lived in California and I think she knew Raoul76. She had two accounts (not at the same time) but she has been gone for many years.

    Living in the world of Tradition you WILL get to know turnover and "the fallen". Not just at a seminary, but at your chapel, Trad Catholic forums, in your personal circles, your family, etc. there are casualties all around us.
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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #52 on: January 01, 2019, 08:14:02 AM »
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    JohnGrey, Graham, Claudel, Raoul76, Caminus, PilgrimageofGrace, Ethelred, PereJoseph, Telesphorus ... those are the types I find are missing. They probably have high IQs. BTNYC is the only person posting recently of that caliber.

    Most of the members listed are not banned. Raoul flipped in some way -- I don't remember the details (so don't quote me) but I don't know if he's Trad anymore. Except for Tele, who I banned and then un-banned later (but he understandably didn't come back), all the others left on their own.

    Several of these left for the first edition of the "Archbishop Lefebvre Forum" started by ServusSpiritusSancti (who is another enigma in the Trad world, BTW. No one has heard from him in years) After that forum shut down, a couple others tried to carry the torch, but none of them was ever 1/20th as popular or active as the original. Both successors today are basically or literally dead. But even when these forums dead-ended, the members never came back to CathInfo. Go figure.

    Why do so many good members leave CathInfo? I have no idea. The reason is different for each member. Perhaps they need more time to earn a living for their families. Raising a Trad Catholic family, or even just living a Trad Catholic life, in the 21st century is not an easy task.

    You say "they probably have high IQs" -- but you're not sure? First of all, many members on CI have "high" or above-average IQs. But I can't force high IQ people to stay, or to spend X hours a week on CI.

    I don't know what you're implying here -- because I certainly can't think of any fundamental reason why high IQ people would tend to leave CI in significant numbers.

    But as for personal/individual reasons for leaving CathInfo, there are a million reasons, let's face it. Reversion to the Novus Ordo and/or apostasy, marital trouble (up to and including divorce), nervous/mental/psychological breakdown, personal conflict(s) with other members, crisis of Faith, corruption by the world, personal weakness, lack of discipline, burnout, new job, new living conditions, new family situation, health crisis, financial difficulties, new hobby, new fervor in some other area of life/hobby, just to name a few!
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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #53 on: January 01, 2019, 09:18:06 AM »
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  • I just wanted to respond to this insult. I am a man and I try to have sympathy for other men. I have so much sympathy for INCELS. I feel so sorry for them.

    LOL ... I just used that ad hominem against Croix, since in his world that's the most insulting thing to say to someone.  Croix always bragged about his (undoubtedly impure) conquests of women and bragged about how many hearts he had broken over the years.  But, evidently, despite the superficial attention he got from females, once they got to know him they ran in the other direction.

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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #54 on: January 01, 2019, 09:22:20 AM »
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  • This sounds so much like Croix.
    So, no need to fight amongst ourselves now.
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    Of course it's Croix.  That was obvious after Quid's first two or three posts.

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    « Reply #55 on: January 01, 2019, 09:25:02 AM »
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  • You wish. Tell that to my chicks of yore. Are you jealous? Sounds like it.

    Hardly.  You'd be jealous if you got to know my wife and would be trying to hit on her ... and, even if she weren't been married, she's reject you within about 5 seconds.


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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #56 on: January 01, 2019, 09:31:44 AM »
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  • Hi, Matthew.  What exactly is your policy regarding forum members who have been banned returning with a new account?  I have no issue if you wanted to unban Croix and let him back, but it bothers me in principle that someone could flaunt the forum rules by returning with a new account.  When you banned me for a year or so, I stayed away (except for reading anonymously) out of respect for your forum.  And I contacted you offline.

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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #57 on: January 01, 2019, 09:35:30 AM »
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  • LOL ... I just used that ad hominem against Croix, since in his world that's the most insulting thing to say to someone.  Croix always bragged about his (undoubtedly impure) conquests of women and bragged about how many hearts he had broken over the years.  But, evidently, despite the superficial attention he got from females, once they got to know him they ran in the other direction.
    He does say the church approves concubines.....





    Gladius was sgg! I remember now hearing him talk about it. It’s just sad to never hear from him because my family knew him personally. He even visited a few times! It was always a lively conversation about the church with him. I wasn’t around his last visit, but I remember my mom telling me he was upset about scandals that happened in the group. Well, I hope he is well!

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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #58 on: January 01, 2019, 10:29:10 AM »
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  •   But, evidently, despite the superficial attention he got from females, once they got to know him they ran in the other direction.

    That's not true. A number of hearts were broken. Even some soft stalking on their part.
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    Re: Going into 2019, Will Cathinfo offer banned souls a "Week of Mercy" ?
    « Reply #59 on: January 01, 2019, 11:12:08 AM »
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  • Jewy sources weren't used. "Hebrew Israelites" aren't Jews. They actually believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah, and they oppose the Synagogue of Satan and the state of "Israel".

    When a "Christian" group gives themselves a name like "Hebrew Israelites" it is a huge red flag that they are Judaizers.  There was no question that this group took heretical, protestant positions.  Matthew rightly forbade the posting of videos from this group.


    Hi, Matthew.  What exactly is your policy regarding forum members who have been banned returning with a new account?  I have no issue if you wanted to unban Croix and let him back, but it bothers me in principle that someone could flaunt the forum rules by returning with a new account.  When you banned me for a year or so, I stayed away (except for reading anonymously) out of respect for your forum.  And I contacted you offline.

    If you were really so respectful of the forum, you would not be publicly conducting a campaign against Quid Retribuam Domino. You would leave the matter to Matthew.  He is perfectly capable of figuring out if QRD is a previously banned poster and whether QRD ought to be allowed to post here.  I have lost count of the number of posts you have made mentioning/complaining about this.  Given the animosity you display toward QRD (and Croix) it looks a lot more like a personal vendetta than a matter of principle.

    It looks to me like QRD is Croix and Matthew is aware of this and does not care.  None of which seems especially problematic.

     

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