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But it is all alcohol, does it matter the source?  A person can get just as drunk on wine as a martini or beer.  I'm sorry I just don't see a distinction.
There is a distinction in sources.  But, the distinction you must know is in their ends.  Distilled alcohol has a 20% minimum alcohol per volume with the norm being much higher.  Whereas beer and wine have a maximum of 20% alcohol per volume, with the norm often being much less.  they simply cannot ferment to a higher alcohol content.  In sum, distilled alcohol is a much more potent liquid.  It can be so potent that it is called firewater, because literally it can be set on fire.  Some even attempt to drink it while on fire. 

I don't know if you remember +Williamson talking about a top banker recently who left the industry and reveals all the behaviors of top bankers.  He talked about this banker knew they were all satanists, but didn't participate in their satanic gatherings where they worshiped satan through hard alcohol consumption and sex with prostitutes.  This banker just laughed about it.  Distilled alcohol and intoxication go hand in hand.  Whereas one can get their fill of wine and not end up belligerently intoxicated.
As illustrated by lent, where we eat smaller portions as a penance.  Humans by their nature tend to enjoy filling themselves with food and drink.  We who hunger and thirst for righteousness shall have our fill.  When you try to have your fill with distill alcohol, you will find yourself terribly intoxicated.
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Marlemar - I was not referring to wine.  I was referring to distilled alcohol and grain beer.  
But it is all alcohol, does it matter the source?  A person can get just as drunk on wine as a martini or beer.  I'm sorry I just don't see a distinction.
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SSPX Resistance Chapels / Re: New benedictine sister house in new mexico pictures
« Last post by PG on Yesterday at 10:30:34 PM »
Churchill?  Is that all you got?  I am well aware of the dangers of perfection.  And, where might your final quote have come from?  I tend to prefer proverbs, wisdom, and parables that come from the bible.  And, that sounds far from.  
You don't have a point.  You have been shut down at every turn.  So much so that you are turning to insults.
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SSPX Resistance Chapels / Re: New benedictine sister house in new mexico pictures
« Last post by PG on Yesterday at 10:24:36 PM »
Marlemar - I was not referring to wine.  I was referring to distilled alcohol and grain beer.  
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Beautiful!!
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Priest with a lay job?
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:17:34 PM »
Yes, this is my thinking, too.
Job is a big red flag. There are way too many people looking for sacraments to have to need a job.
There has to be something canonical or somwthing....

Matthew here (forgot to check the "Not Anonymous" checkbox, again!)

Whether he never really got trained properly, he doubts his own ordination, doesn't believe in his vocation, doesn't feel the need to help shipwrecked souls, he was trained poorly such that he doesn't have a proper "Trad" mindset (for example, thinking that he needs Rome's permission or something), struggles with alcoholism or other vices, or he had some shadow or black mark on his early years -- either way, I'd steer clear.

Any well-trained, legit, sane, TRADITIONALLY FORMED AND PROPERLY ORDAINED priest, with documentation for his ordination (including the bishop who ordained him), is not going to have trouble making a living as a priest.

And with all due respect for those desperate for priests right now (I can somewhat relate), I have to advise you to BE CAREFUL because when you find a priest under a rock that no one had heard of or spoke about yet, sometimes you should just put him BACK under the rock and move on!

I'm sorry, but all the good priests (described in bold, above) are publicly known and accounted for. You're not going to find a diamond floating in the muck of a rainy dirt road -- though you might find a few road apples...
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Priest with a lay job?
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:16:30 PM »
It's theoretically possible, and there's no strict canonical prohibition of such a thing.  These days when Traditional priests will not get support from any mainstream Novus Ordo diocese, I could see it happening more often.
Can. 286 Clerics are prohibited from conducting business or trade personally or through others, for their own advantage or that of others, except with the permission of legitimate ecclesiastical authority.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: My granddaughter, age 7, may be considering transitioning to a boy
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:12:30 PM »
Our prayers are with you. You must be heartbroken.  

Yes, this is child abuse. The state of California is the land of pedophiles and sex abusers.  This is eternal damnation for your son and his wife for condoning the sexual abuse of their child.  No child at 7 even thinks about anything sexual.  These children are being groomed for abuse.  If they were born that way, they wouldn't need operations and hormones. 

We just learned our niece married a woman.  She went to Catholic schools and even college.  It gets worse.  She has decree and job to promote mortal sin and to further brainwash confused young adults. It proves these shrinks and psychologists are the ones who need help.  We have been ostracized from my husband's family which turns out to be a blessing.  But we are still heartbroken.  We are still shocked.  
She is the fruit of NO Catholic schools. 

However, there are many people leaving California and New York.  During trip to a Tennessee , we met a family from California who left high paying jobs to work on a ranch in Tennessee.  They had 4 sons and didn't want them to be brainwashed by California perverts.  I gave the mother rosaries and prayer books.  

I'm thinking about mailing Catholic literature to our nieces who will end up adopting cute healthy normal baby to corrupt.   










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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Priest with a lay job?
« Last post by Anonymous on Yesterday at 10:02:50 PM »
But what about clerics (anyone tonsured) being forbidden to work for money? We were told this on the eve of our Tonsure ceremony.

And also it shouldn't matter that they get no support from the Novus Ordo. That just means they have to support themselves. But what about the even greater emergency/necessity situation in the Church whereby tens of thousands of Trad Catholics scattered all over are in DESPERATE NEED of a priest for Mass and the Sacraments? Wouldn't it make more sense for the priest to work  as a priest instead?

No hobby or side-skill is going to be able to compete with what that same priest can do with a chalice, paten, Missale, and a few consumables...

Any priest who isn't working as a priest has my red flags raised. He must have some dark past, something to hide, laziness, apathy, lack of concern for souls and/or his vocation, etc.

Yes, this is my thinking, too.
Job is a big red flag. There are way too many people looking for sacraments to have to need a job.
There has to be something canonical or somwthing....
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General Discussion / Re: mass shootings
« Last post by Matthew on Yesterday at 09:58:54 PM »
By the way, there are "false flags" and "false flag hoaxes". With false flags, it can be a set-up, the true perpetrator is hidden and someone else is blamed, various agendas are pushed, but people still die. For example, 9/11. With a hoax, no one is hurt except for the truth.

My news source of choice -- NOT part of the Jewish-owned, mainstream media -- believes this shooting does NOT fall into the "hoax" category. I have no reason to disagree with him.

You need to read some books on the Jews. Might I recommend "Synagogue Rising" by Hugh Akins, the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, and the entire Acts of the Apostles to see just when the Jews started opposing the Catholic Church, as well as the techniques they used. Pay special attention to how they work up the common man, the "working class slob" to their causes. They have been masters of that art for 20 centuries now.

The Jews want to own and rule the whole world under one Jewish-controlled government. They will then practice their full malicious tyranny against their enemies, first of all the Catholic Church.

But they won't get there as long as people own guns for self-defense. They know this "problem" must be fixed. Remember that Communists always disarm the populace before they do their bloody purges. And Communism (atheistic materialism) was born from Talmudic Jewry.
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