Sunday, December 25, 2016

Christmas Message 2016 (500th post)

Glory to God in the highest, and peace to all men of good will. 

2016 was a very difficult year for me overall. I had to deal with several Massachusetts moonbats on a daily basis and did not like it one bit. I also had to speak out against the heretical Catholic clergy (including Frankenpope) and voice my support for the Dubia authored by Cardinal Burke et al. because no Catholic clergy in New England have published or said anything publicly about it. 

Clearly, this blog (on my 500th post) has cost me virtually everything; what did me in was my initial endorsement of Rick Santorum for President and my eventual decision to vote for President Trump. While my vote did not matter with the Electoral College in my state and the eventual winner not being my first choice, the stakes were all too high to write-in somebody who had no chance of winning. If the results were different I wouldn't be able to write this message today. 

I have never had real family support for being a Traditionalist Catholic. 2017, the Fatima Year, will be my seventh year exclusively attending the Tridentine Mass for my Sunday duty. While nothing is certain, all I can say is that pretty much most of my living relatives average age is 65 and they only care about their monthly handouts when they retire. They went along with V2 in their youth and think Bergoglio is the best thing in the world. 

For the record, I've never had a safe space, and I practically live in a 10' x 10' cell/shelter. I don't like it, but with thyroid problems being evicted onto the street (which is my preferred place rather than public housing) will cost me my life. In my immediate area there's no priest available to administer Extreme Unction nor step in and say a Requiem Mass for me and properly bury me, so I have to be very careful what I do.

In order for me to properly practice the Catholic Faith, I'm going to have to be rescued from my current moribund situation. I don't know how it's going to work out, but I do need support from real Catholics and real Americans. 

I love Massachusetts and the Boston area, but I don't love the liberal bull. 

The economy might be doing better in the Bay State than the rest of the nation, but I'm a deplorable because I don't play along with moloch. I can't get ahead because of several factors that discriminate against Christians. 

Personally, as a theme of this blog, no young Catholic woman in New England wants to even see me because I attend the Latin Mass, insist on daily patriotism at home and that my prospective mate be a U.S. citizen. 

I want permanently reside in the Boston area, but considering the sad state of politics and ecclesiology this may not happen. I actually don't mind snowy winters as long I can avoid yearly tornadoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes! Massachusetts provides this.

Boston can return to be the City on the Hill and the birthplace of America if we convince everyone about what made America really great. 

Whether you just came home from Midnight Mass or plan to attend later this morning, I do ask that you pray for me daily starting today. 

May God Bless you on this 2016th Birthday of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and may the upcoming New Year be prosperous for you and I.