Fr. Z poll
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(09-25-2010, 02:11 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote:
(09-25-2010, 01:45 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(09-25-2010, 04:00 AM)CollegeCatholic Wrote:
(09-25-2010, 03:19 AM)Servus_Maria Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 11:35 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 11:28 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 11:04 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 11:02 PM)CollegeCatholic Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 10:07 PM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(09-24-2010, 09:36 PM)glgas Wrote: Is your problem that he keeps the Ember day, or that he keeps is according to the 1960 runrics?

Shadap you tinkling cymbal.

Have some respect.

You too.

???

he comes in here all the time and makes these  condescending remarks; he's almost as persistent about it as you.  It's getting pretty old.  It's not like he actually read the post or anything, or even really knew what the post was about, he just thought he'd try to mischaracterize the Traditional position by a lame attempt at trivialization with his comment.

Seriously, can't libs get better plants than Hungarian Gulasch and some of the others I won't mention...

Look, even if we disagree with glgas, he's an old man that lived through communism and has remained faithful to the Church through out all of this. That's definitely more than I can say and because of that he deserves my respect.

Are you any different?

What S_M said! 

Also, how do you know he didn't read the post.   It's clear by the original posting that Peter didn't read Fr. Z's original post, yet it was ok for him to bitch about it, and for him to go so far as to call a Catholic priest NOT A CATHOLIC.  Yet Peter gets no reprimand.

And regardless, like S_M said, glgas has lived through communism, and is a clear supporter of traditionalism.  Next to Credo, he's probably one of the better authorities on the breviary, new or old, and yet these two are the recipients of the fiercest polemics.  They might occasionally bring it upon themselves, but surely their other actions warrant praise.  Hell, have you tried programming anything NEAR the complexity and breadth that glgas has?  I sorely doubt it.  He's got the breviary in 7 different revisions, and he recently has been adding the texts of the Mass (and its propers and such) to his website, and he finances it, as far as I can tell, on his own dime.  Do you know how many souls he's brought closer to God via this work? 

But, y'know what, it's better to bitch and yell and complain at him about what he posts, because it's ok, and you're so much smarter than he is.  Dick.

All of that is irrelevant.  Ill-behaved old men were ill-behaved young men too.  Old age is no excuse for bad behavior, and Goulasch has been warned before about his usual negativity toward trads, and this post, where he jumps on imaginary trads for imaginary crimes, is pretty insulting and mean-spirited, not only that, he obviously didn't bother to read the post and see that Peter had apologized for accusing Father Z of something he didn't do.

Seems to me that 90% of your posts, at least the ones I've seen, are related to negativity.  You yourself even spent quite a few posts trashing Father Z yourself without any substantiation.  I recall asking you for some back-up, and you slithered away. 

Simpering git.

Where did I trash Fr. Z?  Up until the past month or so I've enjoyed his blog (the constant bird-stuff, and the Mystic Monk advertising is annoying, now, though). 

Oh, I apologize, it wasn't you after all, but one of the other adolescents on the forum.
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#32
(09-25-2010, 04:00 AM)CollegeCatholic Wrote: Also, how do you know he didn't read the post.   It's clear by the original posting that Peter didn't read Fr. Z's original post, yet it was ok for him to bitch about it, and for him to go so far as to call a Catholic priest NOT A CATHOLIC.  Yet Peter gets no reprimand.

And regardless, like S_M said, glgas has lived through communism, and is a clear supporter of traditionalism.  Next to Credo, he's probably one of the better authorities on the breviary, new or old, and yet these two are the recipients of the fiercest polemics.  They might occasionally bring it upon themselves, but surely their other actions warrant praise.  Hell, have you tried programming anything NEAR the complexity and breadth that glgas has?  I sorely doubt it.  He's got the breviary in 7 different revisions, and he recently has been adding the texts of the Mass (and its propers and such) to his website, and he finances it, as far as I can tell, on his own dime.  Do you know how many souls he's brought closer to God via this work? 

Well said.  Gigas does not look for attention here by starting threads about his breviary site and he doesn't ask for donations or sell anything there.  It's refreshing to see someone do something as a pure labour of love, not asking for anything in return.  I find his site easy to use for praying the Divine Office and I would donate if he needed money to keep the site online. 


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#33
Thanks for both. About a hundred people read my Office site daily, and couple of dozen the Mass pages thanks to Fr Bryan FSSP (Sarasota FL) iPhone Mass application, who connected my page to that

From Gods grace I live a comfortable life, I have everything what I need.    When I was twenty I trusted my life to God, and even when I was unfaithful, he kept His part, and He took care of me in every situation related to the material needs (food, clothing, shelter.

I would appreciate prayers, especially for my grandson (9), may be he will be a priest of our Lord.

(09-26-2010, 03:26 AM)Revixit Wrote:
(09-25-2010, 04:00 AM)CollegeCatholic Wrote: Also, how do you know he didn't read the post.   It's clear by the original posting that Peter didn't read Fr. Z's original post, yet it was ok for him to bitch about it, and for him to go so far as to call a Catholic priest NOT A CATHOLIC.  Yet Peter gets no reprimand.

And regardless, like S_M said, glgas has lived through communism, and is a clear supporter of traditionalism.  Next to Credo, he's probably one of the better authorities on the breviary, new or old, and yet these two are the recipients of the fiercest polemics.  They might occasionally bring it upon themselves, but surely their other actions warrant praise.  Hell, have you tried programming anything NEAR the complexity and breadth that glgas has?  I sorely doubt it.  He's got the breviary in 7 different revisions, and he recently has been adding the texts of the Mass (and its propers and such) to his website, and he finances it, as far as I can tell, on his own dime.  Do you know how many souls he's brought closer to God via this work? 

Well said.  Gigas does not look for attention here by starting threads about his breviary site and he doesn't ask for donations or sell anything there.  It's refreshing to see someone do something as a pure labour of love, not asking for anything in return.  I find his site easy to use for praying the Divine Office and I would donate if he needed money to keep the site online.   
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#34
And yet he is, in my opinion, a persistent and apparently unteachable material heretic.

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#35
(09-26-2010, 10:07 AM)Augstine Baker Wrote: And yet he is, in my opinion, a persistent and apparently unteachable material heretic.

an opinion is like a belly button -- everybody's got one.
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#36
(09-26-2010, 06:57 AM)glgas Wrote: Thanks for both. About a hundred people read my Office site daily, and couple of dozen the Mass pages thanks to Fr Bryan FSSP (Sarasota FL) iPhone Mass application, who connected my page to that

Is that Fr. Austin you are referring to?  I attended his first high mass after his ordination. 
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(09-26-2010, 10:36 AM)Revixit Wrote:
(09-26-2010, 10:07 AM)Augstine Baker Wrote: And yet he is, in my opinion, a persistent and apparently unteachable material heretic.

an opinion is like a belly button -- everybody's got one.

It's a well-founded one.
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(09-26-2010, 10:40 AM)Gerard Wrote: Is that Fr. Austin you are referring to?  I attended his first high mass after his ordination. 

I made a mistake ion the names  Fr Fryar is running the iPhone masses, I suppose Fr Austin is the capellanus, otherwise by his permission I use for my Mass pages his collection (http://www.mediafire.com/btafssp propers.zip)
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#39
(09-26-2010, 10:36 AM)Revixit Wrote:
(09-26-2010, 10:07 AM)Augstine Baker Wrote: And yet he is, in my opinion, a persistent and apparently unteachable material heretic.

an opinion is like a belly button -- everybody's got one.

No, I think that there is a case to made that it goes farther than just opinion.
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#40
If anyone's still following the poll we are at 85% for celibacy.  :) I hope it stays that way.
Once again the media seem to think the cure for homosexuals and pedophiles is to let them marry.  ???

C.
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