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Well, if it wasn't bad enough that the attire worn by many of the women at Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel in Phoenix is simply scandalous (short skirts, plunging necklines, tight pants, jeans, etc.) and it goes unchecked, the OLOS Academy has once again embraced the pederast, ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖ, sicko playwright, Oscar Wilde.  For the 2nd time, the Academy leadership has chosen a work by the infamous Wilde; however, this time they even had the girls cross-dress as males for the performance.  Interesting that the play happened to coincide with the sơdơmite community's celebration of gαy Pride Month.  Coincidence?  Seems unlikely, especially since the last time the Academy leadership went this route there was upheaval over their choice in plays.  This time, it went totally unchecked and was seemingly supported by all.  Of course, this time, Oscar Wilde's name wasn't mentioned.  I guess they thought if they didn't mention his name no one would know that "The Importance of Being Earnest" was his play.

I guess there are no plays for the children to learn and perform that were not created by ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖs or pedophiles?  If there aren't any, then don't have a play!  This is shameful and it's sickening.  Why is this even an issue at a Traditional Catholic school?  By the way many of the mothers, their daughters, and other women (even those from the large, long-time parish families) dress for Holy Mass with no chastisement from the Priests, I suppose this is the natural progression of the slippery slope we're all on.  Very sad.

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  • The title that you chose makes a very serious accusation. Do you have more than
     
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    Interesting that the play happened to coincide with the sơdơmite community's celebration of gαy Pride Month.  Coincidence?
    Patience is a conquering virtue. The learned say that, if it not desert you, It vanquishes what force can never reach; Why answer back at every angry speech? No, learn forbearance or, I'll tell you what, You will be taught it, whether you will or not.
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  • Well, if it wasn't bad enough that the attire worn by many of the women at Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel in Phoenix is simply scandalous (short skirts, plunging necklines, tight pants, jeans, etc.) and it goes unchecked, the OLOS Academy has once again embraced the pederast, ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖ, sicko playwright, Oscar Wilde.  For the 2nd time, the Academy leadership has chosen a work by the infamous Wilde; however, this time they even had the girls cross-dress as males for the performance.  Interesting that the play happened to coincide with the sơdơmite community's celebration of gαy Pride Month.  Coincidence?  Seems unlikely, especially since the last time the Academy leadership went this route there was upheaval over their choice in plays.  This time, it went totally unchecked and was seemingly supported by all.  Of course, this time, Oscar Wilde's name wasn't mentioned.  I guess they thought if they didn't mention his name no one would know that "The Importance of Being Earnest" was his play.

    I guess there are no plays for the children to learn and perform that were not created by ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖs or pedophiles?  If there aren't any, then don't have a play!  This is shameful and it's sickening.  Why is this even an issue at a Traditional Catholic school?  By the way many of the mothers, their daughters, and other women (even those from the large, long-time parish families) dress for Holy Mass with no chastisement from the Priests, I suppose this is the natural progression of the slippery slope we're all on.  Very sad.
    Oscar Wilde did convert on his deathbed and died repentantly as far as we can tell. He long has an interest in Catholicism. His rooms in university were covered with papal images. Given that Oscar was a large hulking man, with a sharp wit, it was unlikely he was mocked, or that it mattered then to him.

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  • Years ago, I remember reading in the Orange County Register of Orange County, CA. An elderly woman was interviewed by
    a reporter and the woman was a member of the Catholic Cathedral. She was given a penance by the Priest who heard her
    confession to participate in the annual gαy and lesbian parade.
    How upside down is morality has been for years and now it is in the FSSPX. 


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  • https://www.encyclopedia.com/literature-and-arts/performing-arts/theater/miracle-plays


    miracle plays, mysteries, and moralities. The custom of teaching Bible stories by means of sacred dramas (often in church) is venerable. These dramas were known as miracle plays (or, simply, miracles), another name, given by writers on the subject (apparently first in the 18th cent.), being mystery. Of similar character were the plays which, personifying virtues and vices, taught moral lessons, e.g. moralities. Religious plays of such types as these are recorded as early as the 4th cent. In Eng., there are records of them from the 11th to the 16th cents., some of the finest being perf. in York and Chester. Even today there are traces of them in the rural perfs. of mummers in the N. of Eng. (e.g. the play of St George and the Dragon).

    Corpus Christi (June) was in some cities a great occasion for plays in the streets (at Chester 24 such played in a single day, moving to different locations, with all 24 given at each). Some of the plays involved a good deal of singing, and contained the seeds of the future masque, oratorio, and opera. In the 20th cent. several composers have based works on the old mystery plays, notably Stravinsky and Britten (whose Noye's Fludde is a fine example). Vaughan Williams described his opera based on Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress as a morality.
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  • https://www.britannica.com/topic/Feast-of-Corpus-Christi

    Feast of Corpus Christi, also called Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ,  festival of the Roman Catholic Church in honour of the real presence of the body (corpus) of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. A movable observance, it is observed on the Thursday (or, in some countries, the Sunday) after Trinity Sundayand is a holy day of obligation in many

    The Feast of Corpus Christi originated in 1246 when Robert de Torote, bishop of Liège, ordered the festival celebrated in his diocese. He was persuaded to initiate the feast by St. Juliana, prioress of Mont Cornillon near Liège (1222–58), who had experienced a vision. It did not spread until 1261, when Jacques Pantaléon, formerly archdeacon of Liège, became pope as Urban IV. In 1264 he ordered the whole church to observe the feast. Urban’s order was confirmed by Pope Clement V at the Council of Vienne in 1311–12. By the mid-14th century the festival was generally accepted, and in the 15th century it became, in effect, one of the principal feasts of the church.
    The procession became the feast’s most prominent feature and was a pageant in which [color=var(--black)]sovereigns[/url] and princes took part, as well as magistrates and members of guilds. In the 15th century the procession was customarily followed by the performance by guild members of miracle plays and mystery plays. After the doctrine of transubstantiation was rejected during the Reformation, the festival was suppressed in Protestant churches.[/font][/size][/color]


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  • The title that you chose makes a very serious accusation. Do you have more than
    I should have ended my Title with a question mark, but there wasn't any additional character space.  That would have been less assuming, so I apologize for that.


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  • Oscar Wilde did convert on his deathbed and died repentantly as far as we can tell. He long has an interest in Catholicism. His rooms in university were covered with papal images. Given that Oscar was a large hulking man, with a sharp wit, it was unlikely he was mocked, or that it mattered then to him.
    The successful opening night of this specific play marked the summit of Wilde's career, but was also the start of his his downfall. The Marquess of Queensberry, whose son Lord Alfred Douglas was Wilde's lover, planned to present the writer with a bouquet of rotten vegetables and disrupt the show. Wilde was tipped off and Queensberry was refused admission. Their feud came to a climax in court, where Wilde's ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖity was revealed to the public and he was sentenced to imprisonment for his sodomite lifestyle. Despite the play's early success, Wilde's notoriety caused the play to be closed after a small number of performances. After his release from prison, Wilde published the play from exile in Paris, but he wrote no further comic or dramatic work afterwards.
    Of course, we hope that Oscar Wilde's soul was indeed saved, but during the time of his career he was a ravenous ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖ and, as such, not a role model to be celebrated in any regard by Traditional Catholics. Pick another play or none at all.

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  • traditionally it was a religious play during month of June.

    Considering theatre is being used to promote liberal agendas today, it is better not to have them.  School needs to catechize children and prepare them for work too.   

    Traditionally children went to school to learn the basics then went home to work on farms, family businesses etc to help support their families.





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  • The title that you chose makes a very serious accusation. Do you have more than
    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out. Lol.   
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  • I've heard mixed things about Oscar Wilde, including that he converted and became Catholic before he died.

    As for the timing, I suspect that accusation to be a major stretch and likely coincidence.  So I suspect that this thread title is calumny and slander.

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  • I should have ended my Title with a question mark, but there wasn't any additional character space.  That would have been less assuming, so I apologize for that.

    OK, just saw this.  I guess the question mark would have made a difference.  Perhaps you could have found something else to abbreviate in the thread title to make it fit, because that's very critical.

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  • Very interesting article about Oscar Wilde:
    https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/art/the-long-conversion-of-oscar-wilde.html

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    In 1899 Wilde traveled in Europe, an exile. In 1900 he was briefly in Rome with his companion Robbie Ross. They attended Masses and papal audiences, and Wilde received a blessing from Leo XIII that, he thought, even had a physically curative effect on him. As he joked to Ross, he was "a violent Papist," but he left Rome as he had come, still an admirer of sacred art and sacred ritual, of piety and the papacy, but not yet a Catholic. His health deteriorating and his drinking excessive, Wilde left Rome for Paris, where the final scene of his long conversion would be played.

    On November 28,1900, as Wilde lay dying on his bed in Paris, Robbie Ross called in a priest, an English Passionist, Father Dunne. Wilde was given conditional Baptism and was anointed. For a short time he emerged from delirium into lucidity, and Father Dunne, examining him, was satisfied that Wilde freely desired reception into the Church. Wilde died a Catholic on November 30.

    Wilde was a conflicted man.  While in jail for his sơdơmy conviction, he spent his time reading St. Augustine, Dante, and Newman.  Then the first thing he did on getting out of jail was to ask the Jesuits if he could make a 6-month retreat at one of their houses.  He said that the Catholic Church was the only one "worth dying in."  

    Apparently he was enamored of the Tridentine Mass and Catholic liturgy ... which is the same sensibility that draws some ɧoɱosɛҳųαƖs to Traditional Catholicism also.

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  • So many other authors they could have chosen.  Things like this just leave me scratching my head.
    Romans 5:20 "But where sin increased, grace abounded all the more."

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