Piety and mercy are not intermittent…

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The accused Nazi guy Erich Priebke confessed his sins. It was the family that asked the SSPX to do his funeral PRIVATELY. The SSPX are  NOT making it a public funeral, it is PRIVATE! The Diocese of Rome forbad any church to give him this last Catholic gesture.

The 1983 Canon Law 1184 says if there was NO sign of repentance (which there was, he made a private confession) then there can be no church funeral. http://www.vatican.va/archive/…

ESH suggests readers read what the SSPX says for themselves: http://sspx.org/en/news-events… ESH for one have NOT seen this posted anywhere — he went to their website itself. Don’t count on this release being put out by the secular drive by state run media.

Don’t get ESH wrong, he does not like this nazi, or any Nazis, or any communists/marxists. ESH’s family barely survived both anti-God systems of hatred, many of them perishing at the hands of communists peri- and post-World War II. However,  Priebke still did make a confession. He then has a spiritual RIGHT to a private funeral mass.

Agree with them or not,  but at least SSPX is doing a corporal work of mercy and  burying the dead! Catechism 2447 And, don’t forget: “Amen I say to you, as long as you did it to one of these my least brethren, you did it to me.” (Mt 25: 40).

Will the Diocese of Francis’s Rome now consistently apply the same standard to the likes of pols like Ted Kennedy, et al? Who are they to judge? Will they show mercy mirroring the Divine to others selectively?


2 thoughts on “Piety and mercy are not intermittent…

    James Bendell said:
    October 18, 2013 at 12:21

    Notice that the Conciliar church has no problem with Catholic funerals for notorious homosexuals or pro-aborts, but took a stand in this case. Here’s why –


      eastsidehunky responded:
      October 18, 2013 at 13:58

      Egg-zactly, James. I named Ted Kennedy “the Philanderer” but their numbers are legion…Dante’s Inferno at what level? God have mercy on their reprobate souls.

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