It’s time for a laugh…
Humor: Francis discovers Vatican Employees have been reading Novus Ordo Watch
It’s Thanksgiving Day here in the United States, and it seems everyone could use a bit of a break — and certainly a laugh. We’ve put together the following hilarious video for you. It is a scene from the movie Downfall, but we’ve changed the subtitles just a bit. You don’t want to miss this one:
Well then… Happy Thanksgiving!
Francis’ new turkey outfit?
Wow. That’s some tantrum. Fritler is acting like a liberal after a Trump victory party. Maybe there will come a day when Novus Ordites are realising they will never soar like eagles while they are flapping with turkeys.
Wonderful! Perfectly timed subtitles and so true.
That is one hilarious video! Nicely done.
“—–or one of those other Patheos bloggers.” AH,hahahahahahahahahaha !
Hitler was a catalyst for the killing of millions of people. Unfortunately much of the ‘invested’ populace simply went along, or worse, championed the idiocy.
Bergoglio and his VII father heresiarchs actively defy God, and what His Church has taught for 2000 years to safeguard immortal souls. Novus Ordites simply go along, or worse, actively champion the idiocy. Christ warns -the murderer of the soul is eternally worse than any who can only harm the body.
Why did you guys remove my comment? If you want people (Vatican employees, seminarians, etc.) to be able to access your site, what is wrong with using the Tor Browser? That’s what it was designed for, to circumvent censorship!!! Are you serious about persevering the Catholic Faith or not? Without the Tor Browser (or, its equivalent), people who want to visit your website can and will be tracked!!!
Sorry, I wasn’t sure whether your comment was real or whether it was bot-created spam. Since it contained links I wasn’t familiar with, I wanted to be cautious. But you’re definitely real. 🙂
To all Vatican employees and everyone else, for that matter, use the Tor Browser:
After installing, use the highest security settings with Tor Bridges; also check the NoScript icon, then Options, and then Embeddings — check everything!
Another alternative (for the computer savvy) is to use Tails:
Same security settings as above.