by patricius on July 19, 2013 · 0 comments

Quick and dirty Photoshop of Joker Jihad, significantly more truthful than its inspiration. (And, yes, I’m still alive, to anyone who actually frequents this neglected blog …)

Tsarnaev_Coward

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Farewell, Dear Father

by patricius on February 11, 2013 · 0 comments

I was terribly shocked and saddened to wake up today to learn of the decision by our beloved holy father to walk away from his ministry due to his advanced age.

Pope Benedict XVI ResignsAfter having repeatedly examined my conscience before God, I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry. I am well aware that this ministry, due to its essential spiritual nature, must be carried out not only with words and deeds, but no less with prayer and suffering. However, in today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the bark of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me.

Pope Benedict XVI is a singularly good, just, brilliant, and loving man – a true exemplar of all the good that our Church encompasses. He is humble, kind, loving, and, most importantly, he is unflinchingly faithful in a world drifting farther and farther daily from God. He is exactly the man we needed in these times. Before ascending to the papacy, he was instrumental in addressing and redressing the sexual abuse of children – which he rightly called “filth” – in the Church. He has steadfastly stood up for our faith against the increasingly overwhelming onslaught of secularism. He attacked the relativism, sinfulness, and amorality of the world head on. He has stood for Christ with rock-solid theology and generosity of heart in these times when we are so desperately in need of Christ and his eternal loving word. He will be a doctor of our Church, and perhaps a saint. And, as an insight my fiancée, his decision is a courageous and humble one. He is doing what he feels is best for his service to God and the Church.

The New York Times, meanwhile, continues a tradition of hard-hitting groundbreaking journalism with the shocking news that Pope Benedict XVI was – shock! – Catholic:

When he took office, Pope Benedict’s well known stands included the assertion that Catholicism is “true” and other religions are “deficient”; that the modern, secular world, especially in Europe, is spiritually weak; and that Catholicism is in competition with Islam. He had also strongly opposed homosexuality, the ordination of female priests and stem cell research.

And as evidence of the dire need in this world for loving godly men such as the holy father, behold the unhinged hatred on display on Twitter: Pope Benedict XVI resigns and moral cretins tweet hate, death wishes; Resign by ‘slitting your wrists’

I pray for these hateful people who are so very far from God’s love, even as I pray for the well-being, health, and happiness of our beloved Papa.

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Skeeter

by patricius on February 3, 2013 · 0 comments

Just a quick and dirty one …

Obama Skeet Shooting

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Pray the Rosary

January 21, 2013

The Mysteries of the Rosary If you do it regularly, you will be amazed at how it brings you closer to God and transforms your life.

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Swedish White Nationalists Steal Art from Libergraphica, Used to Sell Stickers

January 12, 2013

So, way back in May of 2010, I made the following graphic in response to an FNC story about the possibility of jihadis sneaking across our southern border: It’s based, of course, on a sign that can be seen in many southern border states. Since I started Libergraphica, I’ve always been willing to make my […]

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God Is Glorious

December 25, 2012

Pope: Homily at Christmas Vigil Mass (full text) (Click for larger image.)

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Merry Christmas

December 25, 2012

Well, unfortunately time was in short supply this year, so I had to recycle last year’s card. I did, however at least, add some of O Come, Emmanuel to it! Merry Christmas to the 6-7 people who come here today. May God bless you and yours, and may you rejoice in the coming of his […]

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#Hallelujah

December 4, 2012

Just in time for Advent and Christmas, the Holy father will soon be tweeting from the Vatican! Hurray @Pontifex! He’s almost up to 500,000 followers, and he hasn’t even tweeted yet. Of course, the deranged left (along with their strange bedfellows) is cybernetically frothing at the mouth with anti-Catholic hatred. That’s fine. We’re used to […]

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Own Your Hateful Racist Roots, Dems

November 27, 2012

The next time your progressive pals inform you that your conservative worldview inevitably entails racism, remind them of their party’s concerted and prolonged efforts to subjugate black Americans. Hiester Clymer, Democratic candidate for the Pennsylvania gubernatorial race in 1866 and white supremacist, used this vile piece of racist agitprop as part of an ongoing campaign […]

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America the Exceptional/God Bless America

November 22, 2012

We are still exceptional, and God’s grace is still to be seen here.

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