Thursday, November 28, 2013

The INC newsletter caught lying.

What else is new?

I have seen them declare that Jesus Christ loves His flock and He does not want them to suffer eternal damnation.


They always declare that the Church of Christ apostatized in the 1st century and was only brought back to the pristine teachings of Christ when the rapist Felix Manalo Ysagun declared himself an "angel" of God after his leadership of the cult was in jeopardy.

Rapist Felix was still alive when the first schism happened.

If Christ really cared for His flock, why would He lie when He said that "the gates of hell shall not prevail against it."  And Christ also said "I will be with you to the end of days."

And they claim they have the assurance of eternal salvation.

Guess my INC friends can start asking for a refund no?

Batasang Pambansa consecrated to Mary



It took a while but still...WOW!

Good thing this was done.

So let the haters, start........hating!



MANILA, Nov. 28, 2013—Some members of Congress and its employees yesterday consecrated the legislative branch of the Philippines in Quezon City to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in a bid to make amends for the likely effects of the highly controversial Reproductive Health law now known as Republic Act 10354.

Head of the Marian Movement of Priests Philippines, Monsignor Cesar Pagulayan led the act of consecration after a Holy Mass which he believes is an ‘appropriate time’ amid the natural calamities that have recently happened in the country.

“So that’s the concern and I think it would be a good help for those who are working in Congress, if not our Congressmen, to look at Mary during these difficult times,” said Pagulayan.

Pagulayan added that for those people who have faith and are able to read the signs of the times they might be able to make connections with the recent series of calamities.

And I guess it is really our faith that will make us understand how we should behave right now because if we cannot be changed and our hearts cannot be changed by what has happened in Zamboanga, Bohol and Eastern Visayas, then we already have hardened hearts,” he said.

Marian medals [Miraculous medals?  What kind?] were given to attendees of the consecration.

The Universal Church on Nov. 28 celebrates the feast day of Saint Catherine Laboure the Marian visionary who relayed the request from the Blessed Virgin Mary to create the Miraculous Medal worn by millions of Christians, both Roman Catholic and non-denominational.  [November 27 is the feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, in case we forget.]

Pending final decision of the Supreme Court, calls to declare as unconstitutional were aired against the reproductive health (RH) law, where pork barrel was believed to have been used as “incentive” for legislators to push its approval.

Pagulayan further reiterated that, “we need Mary to touch our heart in order for us to see God speaking to us in the daily events that are going through.

On June 8, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines held a simultaneous national consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary spearheaded by Digos Bishop Guillermo Afable, who headed the ad hoc committee of national consecration. (Raymond Bandril)


We need this consecration since Congress is planning to pass a lot of pieces of legislation that literally came off the desk of Lucifer himself!

Abortion, euthanasia, same sex "marriage" are already being cooked up by these legislators who are drooling to have our country experience the moral and demographic winter or may I say "slow death" that Europe is already experiencing.

This is what atheism brings to the country.


Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Altar serving promotes vocations to the priesthood

That is WHY we have GIRLS serving in our altars like this so in the FUTURE we can have WOMEN PRIESTS!


"But TPC.  This is an all girl's school!"

Yeah, right!  Like the old all girls school of yesteryears did not get boys to serve at their Mass, no?

Like having girls serve at Mass would inspire them to become nuns, no?

And they will begin protesting like this, no?  Maybe.

So that when they become nuns, they start asking why they are not in the altar....why are they in the margins, JUST teaching in our schools, JUST caring for the sick, JUST writing and selling books, JUST about anything except celebrating the Mass.

Mother Teresa of Calcutta once said:

"Nobody can be a better priest than Our Lady, and she remained only the handmaiden of the Lord."

Because empowered women today don't want to be like our Lady.  And they do not want to do what Blessed Teresa did.

Epic fail again for the Diocese of Cubao for allowing altar girls.

And what's up with the red miter?

Monday, November 25, 2013

The crime continues

From one of our readers:

They ended the Year of Faith with disobedience. What a way to end it!

Folks, the Misa ng Sambayanang Pilipino has not been approved  by the Holy See! Why insist on using it? To use it is to disobey Rome!

The INC was so proud that their chapels withstood Yolanda/Haiyan

Or did they?

EMHCs are NOT priests

Only the ordained are allowed to bless.

But what the heck is this?!?!

Blessing of a public school in Valenzuela.

So I guess the Diocese of Kalookan is responsible for this.

An Extraordinary Minister of HOLY COMMUNION, sprinkling holy water on a classroom, he "blessed".

You may even call upon Ondoy to dump the same amount of water that killer typhoon dumped but the blessing, no matter how much holy water you sprinkle, does not come upon the place you "blessed" brother!

You are deputized by the Church to minister Holy Communion.  You are not the ordinary minister of Holy Communion, but the ordained are, like bishops, priests and deacons.  As far as the Church has it, only the ordained can dispense blessings, and to call upon God to bless objects and places according to the approved rituals of the Church.

You, my dear friend, are not authorized.  So please, for men like you, and for priests who always "deputize" EMHCs to "make" "blessings"................STOP IT!

You are fooling people to think that the place or the items "blessed" by the EMHC are actually blessed, which in fact they are not!


PS:  For the principal of this public school, and for people who got their religious articles or anything they had "blessed" by an EMHC, better have the place or the items blessed properly by a deacon or priest.

You had been had!

No blessing ever happened.

Priest poser, relic seller still serving at Mass

See that guy on the right with the clerical collar?

He is not a cleric.  Not a seminarian.

He reportedly sells relics of blesseds and servants of God under the pretense that they are "donations"

And he has a lot of answering to do with the Archdiocese of Manila.

One thing more.

Don't ever start a chat with him on Facebook especially if you are a young man. ;)

PS:  The priest celebrating the Mass is a REAL PRIEST.  This post is not about him.  I can guarantee you that he is a genuine Roman Catholic Priest.  The one beside him always poses himself as a priest.  He was so good at it he even was able to convince postulators of causes of servants of God to send him lots of prayer cards with 3rd class relics!

Friday, November 22, 2013

Lex orandi

The priestly vocation is important.  The priestly missionary vocation is very important.

But in promoting this great calling, you dishonor it by using lame and wrong vestments.

So, what is wrong with this picture?

Pope blesses mosaic of St. Pedro Calungsod

A mosaic of Filipino Saint, Pedro Calungsod, was blessed by Pope Francis, in St. Peter's Basilica.  The Pope blessed the image on Thursday afternoon, as the Filipino community looked on.  

The mosaic will be installed permanently at the Vatican. It includes more than 600 color tones, showing Calungsod  pressing a martyr's palm against his chest, along with a Christian Doctrine book.

After the Pope's blessing, Filipino Cardinal Luis Tagle, celebrated a Mass in honor of  victims of the deadly typhoon that struck his country.  
Calungsod was canonized in St. Peter's Square by Benedict XVI back on October 21, 2012.

Attract the tenderness of the Father

“In these times of suffering, never tire of asking why, because you will attract the tenderness of the Father... We cannot explain why things like this happen; there are so many things we cannot explain. When children start to grow up they don’t understand and ask their mums and dads so many questions. Psychologists call it the “why age”, they don’t wait to hear the answer but continue with other questions. Children need to feel their parent’s love and attention in that phase of insecurity they need the eyes and hearts of their parents... In these times of suffering, never tire of asking why, because you will attract the tenderness of the Father and his attention, just as children do when they ask “why”...In these times of suffering prayer is of even more help."

Pope Francis, Address to the Filipino community on the occasion of the blessing of the mural of 
Saint Pedro Calungsod, 21 November 2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Great Cosplayer

I already forgot all about this until a reader sent this to me.


Not only is the iconography wrong, everything is wrong!

Abangan ang susunod na kabanata!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Prayer and Silence!

Another call for prayer from incoming CBCP President
Archbishop Socrates Villegas

Archbishop Socrates B Villegas

This is the time for charity, urgent charity. This is the time for lighting our small little candles together to fight the darkness and gloom. This is the time to spread inspiration, to dig for more hope and to send off more positive vibes in the air.

The government cannot do the relief and rehabilitation alone. The NGO’s and communication companies cannot do this alone. The engineers and social workers cannot do this by themselves. We need to help one another. Those who want to help must help together. 

Name calling and blame passing and finger pointing will just increase the damage and add to the confusion. This is the least we need. Let us celebrate what is right. Let us do what is right, the right that we can do no matter how small. Let us not allow the magnitude to overwhelm us. Feed one by one. Help one at a time.

I encourage every church group or religious association to directly adopt one parish community in the Diocese of Borongan. There are thirty two parishes that may be adopted as sister communities. The Archdiocese of Palo in Leyte has sixty four parishes. We can adopt one parish and directly help them with relief now and rehabilitation later on. 

In the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan, we have established links with Saint Mary’s College in Guiuan, Eastern Samar. All our relief goods will be repacked and dispatched by the Religious of the Virgin Mary in Guiuan. Hunger and sickness cannot wait. Do not wait for government. We must open all possibilities rather than get stuck at dead ends or road blocks or broken bridges. We must be aggressive and creative in sending charity.

On November 23, 2013 at six o clock in the evening, let us call for a national three minute of silence all over the nation. Let us pause. Pray for the dead. Pray for the living. Atone for our sins. Commit to give. Promise before God to help Samar and Leyte rise up. 

Spread the prayer appeal. November 23 Vigil of Christ the King at 6:00 pm let us pause from our concerns and ask God for His blessing. It has been so long since we last prayed as a nation. Let this calamity wake us up to the truth that the city of man is weak and passing. We must set our hearts on the CITY of GOD…

Prayer works. We cannot rebuild our nation without God. We cannot rebuild without prayer.

The Spirit of Vatican II according to Pope Francis actually like that of Pope Benedict XVI!

Pope Francis, in a public letter to Archbishop Agostino Marchetto, called the latter the best interpreter of the Second Vatican Council.  Archbishop Agostino has been a known critique of the School of Bologna.

Our Archbishop, a member of that school, should stop crying in public and start acting like a real Archbishop, or should he weep all the more because of this, that cry-baby!

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, emeritus archbishop of Washington visits Palo, Leyte

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, in his capacity as president of Catholic Relief Services visited and celebrated Mass at the devastated Palo Cathedral last November 17.

Here we see Cardinal McCarrick with Palo Archbishop John Du.

As much as we thank His Eminence for his  promise to put this part of the Philippines back together again, our readers are requested to review this post of ours regarding Catholic Relief Services.

Haiyan-damaged INC chapel


They kept bragging that they were invulnerable to disasters because their spaceships are protected by God and that they are the chosen religion, ergo, they are invulnerable.

Anyare? (in English.........Wha happen'?"

This I am sure.

"Donation" asking will double..........BIG TIME.

Poor members...

The Catholic Church does not threaten members with excommunication for not giving money to the Church.

This I am sure.

PS:  Thanks to Donya Ina Mo for the photo.

The Holy Father proposes the Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy to end the Year of Faith.

The Holy Father as pharmacist prescribes "Misericordina"!  :)

Why not?

He represents the Wounded Healer here on Earth, doesn't he?

While the Holy Father recommended those, our very own crying cleric and his liturgical minions tried ending the Year of Faith by inviting pagans to invite to a god condemned by our Faith.

Ironic no?

Year of Faith ended with a Concert of Kumbaya.


Most of the liberals who were jumping up for joy for the Pope who I heard a "Spirit of Vatican II" priest say is a "breath of fresh air to two previous pontificates who are extremely restorationist", must be gnashing their teeth right now after Pope Francis, the Spiritual Pharmacist (love that tag) recommended two devotions as great prescriptions for a great and health spiritual life.

This is what was actually given to the pilgrims by the Pope.

Thanks to this blog for the photo.

And here is the close up of the box.

A faithful shows so-called 'Misericordina', a box containing a rosary, at the end of Pope Francis' traditional appearance in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican City. The pontiff recommended the rosary as medicine that 'does good to the heart'.

Expect enterprising individuals to be making these boxes in the coming days.


Oh, speaking of enterprising, did I tell you that an enterprising youth, posing as a tertiary Dominican and as a priest and as a......whatever, sold relic cards, and as an excuse for his ruse, called them "donations".  Donations for what???

Expect something by Wednesday.  ;)

If you read my Facebook posts, you know what I mean.

Monday, November 18, 2013

When an atheist tries to be smart against an exorcist

This is a classic discourse and I asked Fr. Zerrudo's permission to share this.

Thanks to my nephew RJ for the screencap.  :)

Atheists like this smart-aleck guy think everything is like the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus.

But when they are confronted with the grim reality that they too will die, and they too will have to face something in the other side, a reality that their brains never ever comprehended, spooks them to, well, DEATH.  (pun intended).

And when they got confronted with the reality that atheists like them are actually under the influence of their "imaginary" hero the Devil, they get stumped!

Next time you debate an atheist, tell them that even if they do not believe in the Devil, the Devil believes in them, in fact, they own him!

Pray for these misguided atheists.

They think that reasoning with logic and science, their own gods, makes them cool.  And that fighting the Catholic Church is cooler.

Kudos to Fr. Jojo Zerrudo for sharing his experience.

He stared the Devil in the eye, so he knows what he is talking about.

PS:  That atheist student who hates the Catholic Church studies in a Catholic university.  Ironic?  No.  I'd like to call it idiotic for someone who worship Knowledge and Freethinking.

The INC kept on bragging after Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan

And look at their chapel.

Destroyed as well by the super typhoon.

So much for the "indestructible" claim huh?

Liturgical orientation: Just asking

Comparing Benedict XVI and Francis - part deux

You were saying?

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Noynoy Aquino was lying since Day 1 of Yolanda

Where in the world are they?

International and local media were right.  Nothing was going on in the devastated until the media men came covering the tragedy and complained of the lack of government presence and action.


This government is nothing but a big public relations firm!  Twisting our minds ever since Day 1.


I voted for him.

Yeah, go ahead.  You can make fun of me.

BREAKING NEWS: Interview with atheist taken down from Vatican website

If there is nothing wrong with it, why take it down?

Is it being edited?

Is it being re-worded?

Or is it really just a wrong move to even have that interview in the first place.

I think someone really prevailed over this non stop interviews.

Let's me hear from those who defended the pope about this interview speak up.

I dare ya!

And here is something for you!

From the National Catholic Register

Fr. Lombardi also had underlined that “the interview is not part of Pope Francis' Magisterium” although he attested to its overall “trustworthiness”. Scalfari said he had shown the text to Francis for his approval, but the Vatican said at the time that it was not clear how closely the Pope had read it.
The Pope was therefore said to have “regretted” its publication in L’Osservatore Romano in its Oct. 2 edition and that it was included among the Holy Father’s speeches on the Vatican's website. Socci said the Pope complained of it to the director of L’Osservatore Romano, Gian Maria Vian, in Assisi on Oct. 4.
In view of the widespread concerns over parts of the interview, many will be relieved it’s no longer on the Vatican site.
The Holy Father, who was reluctant to give interviews prior to his election, has not given any new ones since the mix up.

Those who are dumb enough to just try sugar coat the confusion and angst created by that article can start picking up a pen and start writing these words:

"I'll think first."

Thank you!

Pray for Edcel Lagman

This man is hastening his trip to hell!

Another headache of a news from


Besides food, water, and shelter, the Philippine government should also consider reproductive health care services as among the needs of the victims of typhoon Yolanda, a former lawmaker and health advocate said.  [What?!?!?]

Contraceptives, for one, are essential in evacuation centers, which the government should provide, according to former Albay Representative Edcel Lagman.  [This maniac is trying desperately to make us believe that contraceptives are essential medicines!  They are not!]

Lagman, one of the main authors of the Reproductive Health (RH) law, lamented that the implementation of the new law and its implementing rules and regulations (IRR) remain on hold because of a Supreme Court order.

"While the implementation of the RH Law and its IRR awaits adjudication by the High Court, the DOH (Department of Health) can make do with its general and residual health authority to address the maternal and newborn health concerns in the crisis situations as well as the contraceptive needs in the evacuation centers," he said in a statement.  [The PR group of Lagman is working, obviously being paid for by the pharmaceutical companies who would benefit the most from this law, and of course including Lagman and Garin who got the udnersecretary post in the Health Department.]

According to Lagman, the RH Law provides for the "systematic and integrated provision of reproductive health care to all citizens, prioritizing women, the poor, marginalized and those in vulnerable and crisis situations.”

"The unprecedented disaster caused by Yolanda constitutes definitely a vulnerable and crisis situation," he added.

Quoted in a newspaper report, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it expects at least 12,000 babies to be born next month in the areas hardest-hit by typhoon Yolanda based on demographic statistics in the areas.

Julie Hall, WHO country representative, said the agency is concerned about the situation because pregnant women and newborn babies are vulnerable when it comes to disasters.  [So when does the contraceptives come in here?]

Lagman said the RH law mandates the local government units and the DOH to ensure that a minumum initial service package for reproductive health, including maternal and neonatal health care kits and services as defined by the DOH, shall be given proper attention in crisis situations such as disasters and humanitarian crises.

“Temporary facilities such as evacuation centers and refugee camps shall be equipped to respond to the special needs of the following situations: normal and complicated deliveries, pregnancy complications, spread of HIV and STIs, and gender-based violence," he added.  [Delivery facilities, no problem!  I am for it.  What about the condom suggestion of the condom minded Lagman?]



I did not print the other parts of the article as it just features the useless rants of Gabriela.


Lagman is going to hell with this kind of attitude.

People are dying from disease and hunger and he thinks they need contraceptives because they still would be having sex in this terrible time!

He is just sick!

Plain sick!

What are our bishops doing against him?  He is causing public scandal and they are not doing anything against him!

He remains a Catholic and the shepherds are not doing against this wolf in sheep's clothing!

Pray for him.

Friday, November 15, 2013

From the successor of Saint Escriva

Bishop Javier Echevarria on tyohoon Haiyan

Read full report here!

Also to remind the readers of this blog of tomorrow's day of fasting and prayer as mentioned in this blog.


"If you are not a Franciscan, why do you wear the habit? If you are a tertiary, why do you wear the capuche?"

"Kung yung impostor nga na pari ay pinahuhuli sa pulis, yung impostor na religous, dapat kaya ipahuli rin?"


Carol of the Bells

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Manila is scheduled to re-open on or before December 9, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

I am privy to some reports that the interior of the historic Cathedral underwent inculturation or if I may say so, DESTRUCTION, but I will not take away from Jennifer that privilege of informing the Catholic faithful about it.

So, in the meantime, here are some images of the restored Cathedral bells of the Minor Basilica.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

A Call for Prayer and Support for the Philippines

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Archbishop Onesimo Gordoncillo, the emeritus of Capiz archdiocese, died in his sleep yesterday afternoon in Roxas City at the age of 78.

Let us pray for the repose of his eternal soul.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Catholic priest needs your help

Fr. Abe Arganiosa of the Splendor of the Church website posted reports about the INC or should I say INM's reported denial of non INM members to seek shelter inside their houses of worship (aka forced tax collection centers) during the onslaught of Yolanda.

Now, hecklers, INMs and atheists are ganging up on him.

In a latest post, the website presented more proof about the lies of the Iglesia ni Manalo, proof that they really were lying about the issue of refusing people to stay inside their chapels.

Visit the site and come to his aid.

Filipino Freethinkers host fundraising

They thought of holding a fund raiser and doing it a WEEK after the tragedy.

They cannot even pull out some of their cash from their own pockets to send to the victims.

They cannot even lift their fat fingers off the computer keyboards to help repacking relief goods.


They still spend much of the time hating a God who they think does not exist.

See the great irony?

They hate Someone they believe does not exist.

They'll get donations for victims of the tragedy while spewing curses against religion and the God who they think was found sleeping on the job.

Yeah, they blame everything bad that happens to them, and to everyone else, except themselves.

Kinda like this guy.

PS:  The atheists would want to meet in front of a church.


Day of Lament and Hope: Solidality in Prayer

This Saturday, November 16, is a day of PENANCE, RECOLLECTION AND FASTING in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila.

BREAKING NEWS: Vatican to send additional 3 Million Euros for Philippines

 THE VATICAN pledged 3 million euros ($4 million), adding to $150,000 given by the Pope and 100,000 euros ($134,000) by Catholic charity Caritas.


From Reuters


Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Kids from far-away lands, do their part for typhoon victims

posted by Twitter user Shekinah.  Hope we could get their names.

God bless you kids.

While these kids do their part, our favorite Looney tune character, not from Warner Brothers, has this to say.

She made the "request" 4 hours ago, but the Pope sent the donation Monday.


Celdran is an idiot.

And seriously, those who liked the post and ranted their heads off complaining no help from the Church are all chips from the same stinking block.

How about the Iglesia ni Cristo???
Still waiting...........................

LATEST UPDATE:  The source of the Twitter photo can be found here.

A call to do Works of Mercy

We usually have a novemdiales for a dead pontiff, or a dead relative, but the Filipino bishops saw it fit to declare a novemdiales for all victims of the recent calamities.


MANILA, Nov. 11, 2013—The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines declared a nationwide nine-day  prayer and charity drive from November 11 to 19 for the victims of typhoon Yolanda and the earthquake in Central Philippines, which happened a few weeks ago.

Archbishop Jose Palma, CBCP president, in a circular said all Masses and prayers for the following nine days will be offered for the dead and the grieving families they left behind.

He also encouraged dioceses and parishes to conduct a charity fund collection within the same week and have the collection transmitted as soon as possible to the bishops in the calamity stricken provinces.

About 22 out of 86 archdioceses, dioceses and apostolic vicariates in the country were affected by “Yolanda” which packed 235 kilometer per hour sustained winds and gustiness of 275 kph.

The strongest cyclone to strike the Philippines in several decades, typhoon Yolanda has left in its wake massive destruction as it battered and flattened several towns and knocked down communications lines in many provinces in Central Philippines,

As government reports of death and missing come trickling in, some news reports pegged death toll and number of missing persons could reach to thousands even in Tacloban City alone because of the massive devastation. (CBCPNews)


Call for prayers and call for alms...

All  works of mercy.

Do your part.


PS:  Black is the color of mourning.  And black as a liturgical color is NOT, I repeat, NOT forbidden by the current liturgical books.

Check your GIRM.

346. As regards the colour of sacred vestments, traditional usage should be observed,
 e) The colour black may be used, where it is the practice, in Masses for the Dead.
It has always been the practice, until some ill informed priest or liturgist forced us to use only white or purple.

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI used it before.

Any naysayers about black?

This is my response.