"Hank Igitur" has been banned -- he seemed like a troll. Even his name was a bit ridiculous.
I realize it's superficially similar to "Neil Obstat" (a pun on "Nihil Obstat" -- "nothing stands in the way" -- an expression used when a book receives ecclesiastical approbation).
However, Hank's name seems to go a bit too far. He didn't just call himself "Hank Igitur" -- that would have been equivalent to Neil's screen name. But Hank juxtaposes it with improper Latin from a totally unrelated prayer, "Orate Fratre", as if he's being silly or flippant about phrases and words touching on the Catholic Faith -- like it's all the same "Catholic mumbo jumbo" to him.
It sounds like a person making fun of the Catholic Faith and just jumbling a bunch of Catholic-sounding words in, with a bit of a joke twist.
But I was going to let all that pass, until I saw his disdain for the revered, most accurate English translation of Holy Scripture a Catholic could ever hope to get his hands on and read.
He seems to be infected with (in no particular order): pride in his own scriptural exegesis training, (maybe he went to a modern Catholic "university"?), Modernism, protestantism, or some combination of these.
Every man (myself included) likes to feel like he hasn't been wasting his life, that his life thus far has made him better/more/greater in various ways, making him a better person today, superior in various ways over a new High School graduate, for example -- and that includes myself. Who (among men at least) wouldn't want to think they got ahead in SOME way, that their years lived haven't advanced them in some way? It's completely natural, at least for those with testosterone in their veins.
But truth overrides this basic, male ego need. If you went to a modern Catholic university, sorry guy -- you pretty much did waste your time and money, and now you have to spend even more time studying the Faith to un-learn everything you learned at that modernist university!
But Hank here is pursuing a different strategy -- insisting that he's better than all of us, letting his ego override the truth. Sorry guy -- not on my forum.