Saturday, June 23, 2007

Hi, everybody!

I'm George the Organist. I'm burning the midnight oil tonight repairing the organ. We ran a test run Friday with some gregorian chant and in a few minutes there was this lady's scream and Fr. Chad told me it was some evil woman in polyester possessed by a vatican spirit. I'm terribly afraid of ghosts and demons and the like I shouldn't be writing about them when its all dark here and the bewitching hour it scares me but fortunately i'm standing on holy ground so i'm ok.

Fr. Chad made me an inkiziter i think that's what he called it so I need to add some websites. I didn't want to take the job because it takes me away from my organ (Fr. Chad you really shouldn't have disassembled it the way you did you broke several trackers and i had to replace some of the flue pipes) but I always obey Fr. Chad so I accepted the job so here are those websites he told me to add. I'm not so poetic with ex-communicating people like Fr. Chad and Fr. Michael are but here is the list of websites he told me to add:

9 comments:

Rob said...

Excommunicated!

Does this mean I can remove the steel wool undergarments?

Rev. Fr. Michael said...

NO

+ Rev. Fr. Michael A. Heidrich +

Rob said...

Fr. Heidrich,

I am doing a poll on excommunication and its reversal. If I were to be excommunicated from your Church (and in this specific case, I have been), what would I have to do to be readmitted?

For instance, Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV knelt in the snow outside the residence of Pope Gregory VII for two days. What would I, or any other layman, have to do?

Hidden One said...

I still say I can't be excommunicated until I get to be in Communion first. I mean, you can have an ex-parrot until you have a parrot, so...

Georgoe, sorry to keep you away from your organ, but if you could track down an answer for me on that one...

Sincerely,
The Possibly Inexcommunicable Hidden One.

radtradchad said...

You may not be excommunicatable in the Conciliar church, but we of the SSLI play by different rules.

-Fr. Chadwick LeJanvier, SSLI

Hidden One said...

Now, now. These aren't the rules of old... they must be heretical, n'est ce pas? (Oops, not Latin.)

Oh well. Now that I'm excommunicated, I'll have more time to go to the Novus Ordo.

Sincerely,
The Conciliarly Inexcommunicable Hidden One.

Anonymous said...

You should really develop an image or badge that faithful members of SSLI can apply to heretic websites. Something along the lines of "This blog has been excommunicated by the Society of St Leo I."

A test of the heretic's contrition and desire to entire the True Church would be to have him apply it to his own site by his own hand!!! We must protect the faithful!!!

What about Sacramentum Vitae (heretic neocaths congregate there) and Cathedra Unitatis (Orthodox heretic looking to join the Roman heretics)

Anathema! Anathema!!!!

Rev. Fr. Michael said...

Unique badges used to label and segregate evildoers from the faithful purebloods, therein identifying them as heretics and exposing them as the treacherous fiends that they truly are? A TRULY INGENIOUS PLAN INDEED. I shall begin drawing up the designs. Rest assured, I will take care to make the emblems properly bright and distinct so that the general public will be able to single out the brutes from miles away and properly shun them, their families, and their businesses.

+ Rev. Fr. Michael A. Heidrich +

Anonymous said...

Thank you, O THANK YOU, most holy Reverend Father! (kneels to kiss ring). I worry about my wife and my 29 children (you can see that I don't practice the satanic "NFP" method of the apostates) coming under the influence of NewChurch. Now I can let them onto the interweb again, knowing that if they accidentally access a forbidden website, they will immediately run to you for confession in sackcloth and ashes.

Of course, our ultimate goal should be for the apostates to wear armbands so that they are easy to pick out from a crowd. Unfortunately, that will have to wait until we have established a Catholic monarchy in this country, which as you well know is the only true Catholic form of government!