Roosh Hour #72 – Winter Call-In Special

josemiguel

Robin
Orthodox
How many Russians are regularly attending church?
None attend clown masses!

Jk

The Roman faith in Mexico seriously started declining after the Vatican betrayal of the Cristeros. If not for that the Cristeros were on the way to totally defeating the Bolsheviks that took over Mexico City, a feat the white Russians completely failed at. Even with Vatican betrayal, the Cristeros got effectively a stalemate.

If Charles V got the Autonomous Patriarchate he wanted, Hispanidad would be in a radically different position than it is now.
 

Palestrina

 
Banned
Trad Catholic
None attend clown masses!

Jk
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The Roman faith in Mexico seriously started declining after Vatican II the Vatican betrayal of the Cristeros. If not for that the Cristeros were on the way to totally defeating the Bolsheviks that took over Mexico City, a feat the white Russians completely failed at. Even with Vatican betrayal, the Cristeros got effectively a stalemate.

If Charles V got the Autonomous Patriarchate he wanted, Hispanidad would be in a radically worse different position than it is now.
 

Sister Evangelina

 
Banned
Woman
Catholic
Our Lady of Guadalupe documentary - amazing scientific analysis!
December 1531, Mexico. The Virgin Mary appears to a Indian humble peasant, but nobody believes in him. On Her request the Indian wraps in his "tilma" some Castilian roses, mysteriously flowered on a bared scree. In front of the Bishop he opens the cap discovering the miracle: the image of the Virgin is impressed upon it.
The image is extraordinarily real. The results of analysis are amazing. In the Virgin's eyes the 13 figures who witnessed the miracle are visible. The stars on her cloak are positioned exactly as they were in the miracle's day (12.12.1531). The painting technique used is unknown. The colors keep intact, the cloth is uncorrupted.

And that's not all: an extraordinary discovery reveals the Spanish origin (from Extremadura, Spain) of the name of Guadalupe and its incredible connection with the Evangelist Saint Luke.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
We don't know what killed them, but generally speaking, an invading army that tries to enslave the local population through forced labor will kill a lot of people. If the establishment does not truthfully describe a "virus" that is happening today, why would we believe their accounts on a virus that happened hundreds of years ago? The story they made it is just a guess.
I've come to the point that my gut reaction is believing everything in juxtaposition to the official narrative.
 

NoMoreTO

Hummingbird
Catholic
I've come to the point that my gut reaction is believing everything in juxtaposition to the official narrative.

It's actually a really good point I glazed over. My sense of history has become very much unhitched from the official history we are taught.

Who knows about the spanish flu, everyone from that era has been dead for years now, and even those who were more recently alive were children at the time.
 

josemiguel

Robin
Orthodox
Can't take a trad Cath seriously that denies the well documented Cristero War. Rome's continuous backstabbing of the faithful are why Evangelical Pentecostalism is exploding across all of Hispanidad. Vatican II is merely the icing on the cake.

Charles V getting Hispanidad an autonomous patriarchy would mean no Vatican II within quite a large swath of the Roman Catholic world interestingly enough, so maybe it was Providence that he didn't get his ultimate goal.
 
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