Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Welcome Fr. Heidrich

Faithful Catholics of St. Leo the Great, please welcome the Rev. Fr. Michael A. Heidrich to our chapel. He is from the Regensburg diocese in Bavaria, Germany. His ordination was performed by Archbishop Marcel LeFebvre, SSPX, himself, of blessed memory (requiescat in pacem). He should be a fine contributor to our mission.

9 comments:

Che' Lovell said...

Hey Fr LeJanvier...

Don't say anything to Father Tim because he'd kill me if he knew I was posting over here. He's double banned you and stuff and he keeps muttering farasee, farasee or something under his breath everytime someone says chad which is too bad because we happen to take care of a stray cat named chad and he's been real mean to it ever since you showed up.

But ever since I talked to Father Juno I've been wondering... about things... and I was just wondering how you guys felt about animals and stuff like the environment and things and whether that was important to you and whether you had something like stewardship.

Anyway again DON'T TELL FATHER TIM I was on your blog or he'll be really mad.

(Che')

Jane said...

I noted your email addy:radtrad...

I prefer to call rad-trads "whack trads"

Delightful.

Rev. Fr. Michael said...

Apparently I have arrived here at the Chapel of Saint Leo the Great at a very opportune point in time, Rev. Fr. LeJanvier, as it is massively apparent that the community of Knoxville at large is in dire need of a righteous dose of DISIPLINE… HARD DISICPLINE.

Heretic Lovell, although I despise your liberal love-spewing presence here, I must admit that you bring up a good point concerning ‘stewardship’. This sacred chapel is in a DISGRACEFUL state of disrepair; and as such I am immediately enacting, through my almighty power as parochial-vicar, an obligatory tithe for all parishioners. Given the gravity of the situation, I will be setting the tithe rate at 90% of total earned income. Payments must be made at the front entry of the chapel prior to entering, and parishioners are reminded to bring appropriate supporting financial documents (in triplicate) so that the auditing department may ensure that the standardized level of sacrificial giving is being met. Additionally, let it be known that visitors to the chapel from other parishes will be required to pay a flat fee of $299.99USD per entry (reentry on the same day will be permitted, providing visitor displays appropriate wrist-band).

ALL PARISHONERS TAKE NOTE: A MANDATORY WEEK-LONG FAST HAS BEEN PUT IN PLACE TO CELEBRATE MY ARRIVAL AT THE CHAPEL OF SAINT LEO THE GREAT. ANY PARISHONER FOUND CONSUMING ANYTHING MORE THAN ONE OUNCE OF WATER (BY WEIGHT) PER DAY SHALL BE SEVERELY CHASTIZED.

Pax Christi,

+ Rev. Fr. Michael A. Heidrich +

P.S. – Jane… EXCOMMUNICATED

Jeffrey Smith said...

Just what we need, lunacy in stereo. Let's hope it's limited to one woofer and one tweeter.

Che' Lovell said...

Fr. M! I'm not sure what you mean by Heretic. I might have a Latin sounding name but I was born in Tennessee! But that's AWESOME about that mandatory tithing thing you're doing cause we do something like that and I told Father Tim to raise it because I wish it was 100% because then we could really do some stuff just like all the people in the room upstairs. But he doesn't think we'll get many people anymore like that except people like me who don't have jobs

Che'

radtradchad said...

Mr. Lovell,

You will be elated to know that we are against industrialization and all the evils technology has wrought in replacing God with science. Instead we wish to return to an agrarian society focused around manor life.

-Fr. Chadwick LeJanvier, SSLI

Che' Lovell said...

That's so cool! Because I'm all against industrialization and stuff too and I think your talking about growing stuff which I am really good at. I'm trying to sell these trees called SOV2 trees but haven't been very good at selling them but I grow them really fast and I helped my friend Keith with his underground green leaf tea farm. And as far as manors go, I am polite (most of the time but not if the other person is rude).

How do you feel about berets can we wear them to "church?"

Jeffrey Smith said...

Any relation to Reinhold?

radtradchad said...

Mr. Lovell,

Those ordained to the subdeaconate and above may wear the biretta at Mass in procession and while seated and is removed briefly when the Holy Name of Jesus is mentioned.

-Fr. Chadwick LeJanvier, SSLI