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We few, we happy few, we band of bloggers…

Steve reports a comment from inside the Walls:

The fact that Burke is still around, gaining traction and the voice of the Resistance is infuriating them.”

According to the source who wishes to remain anonymous, “Francis is very thin skinned.” The “series of Resistance conferences in Rome’s steps” and the “band of bloggers” is getting “under his skin.”

The Vatican expert’s advice to the Resistance and the band of bloggers:

“Keep the heat on.”

Oh, don’t worry.

How the Bergoglian cabal sees us.

How the bishops see us.

How our readers see us.


How we think of ourselves.


How we really are.



Read the rest of Steve’s hilarious post:

Cardinal Maradiaga: The Vatican’s Silliest Villain


12 thoughts on “We few, we happy few, we band of bloggers…”

  1. louiseyvette says:


    Honestly, that post from 1P5 was the best news I’ve had in ages.

  2. Michael Dowd says:

    We need to dry up the funding for all the nonsense. I cut mine by 75%. Give the contribution you save to faithful bloggers.

  3. Francisco says:

    Can I add from Pope Paul VI:
    “An excessive desire for flexibility and creative spontaneity can in fact give rise to ACCUSATIONS OF RIGIDITY directed against that minimum of regularity in activities which community life and personal maturity ordinarily require. DISORDELY OUTBURSTS, which appeal to fraternal charity or to what ONE BELIEVES TO BE INSPIRATIONS OF THE SPIRIT, can also lead to the breakup of communities.”

    From point 32 in:

  4. Laramie Hirsch says:

    It’s a hobby.

    He was the one who told us to “raise hell.” It’s leftist clergy who tell us laity that it’s up to us to perpetuate Catholicism. Over and over, we’re told to evangelize; the burden lies on us.

  5. Isten says:

    “Thin skinned.” Indeed. The Holy Father’s choice of language at times reeks of insecurity, an insecurity that lashes out at others as name calling and other regrettable behaviours hardly worthy of a Vicar of Christ.

  6. Isabel says:

    Very funny visuals! And the 1P5 article was also very funny and right on target,

    One of the things to remember about Frankie and the Franketeers is that they’re just not very smart. Crafty and vicious, yes, but now that they think they’ve won, they’re letting it all hang out and their stupidity is showing in all its glory. Even stupid people can do a lot of damage, of course, when they have power. But eventually the show is over and everybody ends up laughing at the Great and Powerful Oz.

    Incidentally, calling this clown Maradiaga is perfectly correct. There are some surnames that are so common in Spanish that the second last name (the mother’s last name), is used instead of the first last name (the father’s last name), especially in the case of a public figure. The awful former Spanish president (prime minister), in fact, was Rodríguez Zapatero, and was never known as Rodríguez in the press or anywhere else, but as Zapatero.

  7. Evangeline says:

    That’s awesome, lol. God can use you, nonetheless. Carry on.

  8. c matt says:

    Steve seems to be at a loss for identifying an appropriate movie villain to capture Maradiaga’s essence.

    Might I offer Mogatu from Zoolander – “I INVENTED THE PIANO NECK TIE, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE !?! NOTHING !!!”

  9. Ursula says:

    Love it!!

  10. mark docherty says:

    Literally laughing out loud.

  11. Tomasz M. says:

    Excellent 🙂

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