Saturday, March 21, 2020

1P5 Skojec & Francis Bishops must Stop Eating because "it's Possible for the [Food] to carry Pathogens"

One Peter Five's publisher Steve Skojec in his alliance with the Francis bishops has a promotional campaign to ban public Masses that is relentless.

On March 20, he did a promotional post for this campaign at his blog titled "R4R # 41: Coronavirus w/ Steve Skojec."  In the comment section, Skojec said:

"I've had discussions with folks who believe it's not possible for the host to carry pathogens. And there are some bishops who apparently agree:

"Bishop Eleganti in Switzerland... "

"This is incorrect, theologically, and needs to be addressed."

I have news for Skojec who apparently hasn't stopped eating:

Every last piece of food that he stuffs into his mouth "possibly" is carrying "pathogens."

For the good of humanity and to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, Skojec and the Francis bishops must stop putting on their tongues that dangerous food which is "possibly" carrying "pathogens."

Moreover, Skojec must widen his prohibition promotional campaign to include in his ban McDonald hamburgers, pizza delivery and grocery stores because those dangerous people who "possibly" may carry "pathogens" didn't keep social distance from the dangerous food which itself may "possibly" carry "pathogens."

Remember that what he said about the Holy Eucharist, Food for the soul, is also true of all food.

According to Skojec's logic than all food must be banned because it is "possibly" carrying "pathogens" and if you don't believe this you are a heretic according to the Francis traditionalist creed because such a heretical belief is:

"[I]ncorrect, theologically, and needs to be addressed."

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Also, pray an Our Father now for President Trump for the grace to do God's will in this crisis.





7 comments:

Debbie said...

Hahaha...Steve tweeted yesterday about a funky smell in his garage. Turns out he/they left a box of meat (prep for coronavirus) there and it spoiled. Must be nice to have so much it wasn't noticed. Any Catholic still listening to him let alone donating to 1P5 needs to re-think things.

Aqua said...

What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, but lose his soul. (Mark 8:36)

Safety for the body, but eternal damnation for the soul. Food for the belly, starvation for the soul. Lent and Easter is our pinnacle and to miss it is to commit mortal sin. We have abandoned Christ on His Cross. He could endure suffering and death. Safety, food and comfort for us.

I choose Christ. Even if He slay me, yet will I trust Him (Job 13:15)

lynn said...

Sabbatean Frankism rules the narrative.

Alexis Bugnolo said...

Steve and his ilk are not opposed to what is on the outside of the Eucharit, but Who is on the Inside, to speak in a crude manner.

Fr. VF said...

The problem is that the majority of people who receive on the tongue don't know how. They keep their eyes open and try to "take" the Host with their tongue. That's when they lick the priest's fingers. Or they rise up on their toes to help the priest find their mouth. The communicant should have his head back, and his tongue flat AND MOTIONLESS.

Alexis Bugnolo said...

Father VF,

Can you explain to me why the last time I heard a priest explain that, was at my first communion?

Aqua said...

Br Bugnolo: I always appreciate good catechesis from our Priests and Religious. I appreciate Fr. VFs reminder. And I appreciate your own encouragement to add Catechesis to a (largely) ignorant flock of Laymen. We have much, much to learn. Your own blog, at FromRome, has excellent topics (your latest, “how to pray” is especially important and timely to me). One of your previous, examination of conscience, was also much appreciated.

I try to catechize myself, but as you have previously said, that is potentially dangerous and prone to error if not checked by those who know (should know). I (we) can easily get into the weeds if not careful. My experience is that practical Catechesis is severely lacking at the ground level - Catechesis such as that by Fr. VF, above (thanks again for the reminder, which is important).

So, I’ll take all the correction and direction I can get, and will continue to support your FromRome blog (and Mr. Martinez’s CatholicMonitor) as it is an essential spiritual service.