"God bless ['Frank Walker... a man of the people'], God bless Fr. Murray too, on this one point, he's missed the boat, but he is still a really good and faithful priest"
The Catholic Monitor commenter Evangeline said it well, "God bless [Frank Walker], God bless Fr. Murray too, on this one point, he's missed the boat, but he is still a really good and faithful priest":
We appreciate Fr. Murray. He has been in the past willing to call a spade a spade. He's a faithful priest, intelligent, educated in canon law, and a very interesting speaker on church matters. The conversations that have happened between Raymond Arroyo, Robert Royal, and Fr. Murray have been good ones, where even some hard truths are spoken. But in this matter, Fr. Murray is living in 1985, and he is clearly not in touch with what is going on in the trad community which is being persecuted under Francis. As a weekly communicant for decades, we have frankly been gaslighted by the men of the church in just this way. What we are seeing, is the appalling truth, most of our clergy are homosexuals, many young boys and young men have been molested and buggered, and the pope and the hierarchy not only cover for them, they promote them. The shocking act of worship of a demon fertility goddess in 2019 by Francis, over the bones of St. Peter, and the myriad of other outrages he has either said or done, coupled with the madness going on in the church all over the world, clearly with the approval of Francis, can only be capped by the insults Francis frequently hurls at faithful Catholics.
His coup de grace, his attempt to make "illegal" the Mass of the Ages, the Latin Rite, our worship of God as God intended, is almost beyond description, it is so cold-blooded and vicious. Yet we should be polite. That is madness.
Frank Walker is a man of the people. He has his finger on the pulse of many traditionalist Catholics. What he does is a Catholic public service. He is the only bloggist who aggregates the things we need to know about. It's all good, and he's excellent at what he does. You know that saying, if I didn't laugh I'd cry? Without Frank Walker's jokes and light mockery of these clerics, it may be just intolerable to even be part of this insanity any more, it is that bad. God bless him, God bless Fr. Murray too, on this one point, he's missed the boat, but he is still a really good and faithful priest. [https://www.thecatholicmonitor.com/2022/05/is-canon-212s-walker-what-is-needed-in.html]
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis's Amoris Laetitia.