Sunday, January 3, 2021

A Short Sunday Sermon


This is the leader of the worldwide Anglican Non-Communion (WANC), Archbishop of Canterbury Justsin Welby.  It would be uncharitable to say that Welby brokered womxn bishop figures into the Church of England and is no longer able to touch the Sacrament with his hands. So I won't say it, but he's clearly afraid of something, unlike these nurses, have a look:

As you can see, these medical professionals are clearly overwhelmed by the catastrophic pandemic which has swept through the Sceptered Isle. Or are they sending a message? Speaking of which, the CDC is telling us some 300,000 in the US people died of the China Virus in 2020, around 0.1% of the populace.

A tragedy, but worth shutting the country down for? Well yes, if it'll help you win an election and get rid of the hated Orange Man. After all, that Chinese cash doesn't come for free you know; the Mandarins expect a healthy return on their investment. And the point of this short evening homily?

Their ruler is the Father of Lies and a murderer from the beginning. But remember, he has been defeated and his days numbered. Take heart in that and pray for angelic protection in the day of battle and the powerful intercession of Our Lady, whose offspring crushes the serpent's head underheel.

Here endeth the Lesson,



LL said...

...but if the shutdown of America saves just one life?

WANC has become sort of a parody - kabuki theater. Sad, really.

drjim said...

Parson, who is the angel with the sword?

Looks like the type I'd want on our side....

LSP said...

LL, the Guardian/NYT at prayer.

As for life, hasn't Pelosi just been reelected as Speaker? Sad, all the way to the bank. Speaking of kabuki.

LSP said...

That'd be the Archangel Michael, drjim.

Defende nos.

drjim said...

I had an inkling that's who it is. Very appropriate!

Wild, wild west said...

Kabuki Theater in a Potempkin Village these days.

Regarding Old Scratch and his minions: there is great comfort in reading the back of the book first - whilst not ignoring the rest of it, of course. Spoiler alert: we win, they loose.

Adrienne said...

I'm not a doctrinal expert or a theologian, buuuut is that even a valid consecration? Maybe valid, but illicit?

If nothing else it sure sends the wrong message!!!