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Darice Henriques
Sawing before the axe is laid to the root of the trees? (see Mt 3:10)
De Profundis shares this
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De Profundis
“Truth never changes. It cannot be destroyed by any decision or legal act. A man who tells the Truth is a free man despite external slavery, imprisonment or custody.” - Fr. Jerzy Popieluszko, Polish priest who was brutally killed by communists.
Ultraviolet
Nominated Best GTV Cartoon of 2021 That's genius, outright surrealist genius!
Jeffrey Ade
Can't be done! More like what Prince Imrahel said in the Lord of the Rings, "So might a child threaten a mail clad knight with a bow of string and green willow!" Poor Francis is only cutting off his nose to spite his face! The Church is indefectible! Catholics getting all worked up over TC are being played!
Ave Crux
SUGGESTED REVISION...! Given that the Church Herself is indefectible, I believe that cartoon should show the bandsaw placed squarely where the limb labeled "Franciscus" joins the trunk. And...for the sake of accuracy, that limb could also be re-labled "Franciscus Et Al (i.e. all the Modernist Loons who agree with him)...."

And....something like the following revision....I'd love to see "Traditi…More
SUGGESTED REVISION...! Given that the Church Herself is indefectible, I believe that cartoon should show the bandsaw placed squarely where the limb labeled "Franciscus" joins the trunk. And...for the sake of accuracy, that limb could also be re-labled "Franciscus Et Al (i.e. all the Modernist Loons who agree with him)...."

And....something like the following revision....I'd love to see "Tradition" labeled squarely at the root of that tree, wherein the Catholic Church draws all its vitality, Patrimony and Magisterium:
De Profundis
"et al"
Ave Crux
@De Profundis Fixed! Although I think it's actually "et al." (al. with a period abbreviation for "alii")
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A rolling stone pushes a studded stone ?