Sacrilege: Excommunicate Guilty Priests and Ban Novus Ordo Missae – Immediately if not Sooner!

Sacrilege: Excommunicate Guilty Priests and Ban Novus Ordo Missae – Immediately if not Sooner!

Editor writes…

I’m frequently asked if Archbishop Nolan of Glasgow is going to end or reduce the provision of traditional Latin Masses (TLMs) in the light of the papal document Traditionis Custodes.

As yet, he has not seen the benefits of confiding in my unworthy self, but The Grapevine has it that the archbishop is meeting with clergy later this month to explain his thinking, and, presumably, his decision, so until there is some sort of formal announcement, who knows, is the standard Catholic Truth reply to media enquiries. 😀

Seeing the irreverent clown in the above video, though, highlights the scandalous situation in the Church where priests like him may (theoretically at least) influence a bishop and persuade him to axe the Mass which sustained saints and martyrs down the centuries, in favour of the newer, if fewer, Bugnini Mass which provides a ready-made platform for priests like him who haven’t got the proverbial liturgical clue.  Here’s another idiot offering Mass on a floating mattress. There are many more such “Masses” available to scandalise us, posted on YouTube. Did I say they don’t have a clue about the liturgy?  Scrap that. They don’t have a clue, end of.  Nor do they possess anything remotely approaching Catholic Faith and true morals.  When the Faith goes, as I’ve said countless times, the morals quickly follow.

To return to Glasgow, so to speak.  I found myself in conversation with a few friends after Mass yesterday, pondering the unthinkable possibility that Archbishop Nolan will “cancel” all of the traditional Latin Masses in the city.  We were unanimous in our opinion that – were that, shockingly, to happen – there is only one possible course for the Latin Mass-offering priests to take and that is to quote to the archbishop the words of St Peter and the apostles when they refused the command of the high priest and his council to stop preaching in Christ’s name:  “We ought” said Peter and the apostles “to obey God rather than men.” (Acts 5:29)

One of our group opined that we are heading into Underground Church territory.  For, if the priests do summon up the courage to refuse to abandon the TLM, what will happen to them?  We are being suppressed by political masters at home and abroad, with policies being enacted to oppress and impoverish us, using a combination of medical and “green” tyranny, so none of us is wealthy enough to purchase churches and support priests, unless they agree to settle for a Scottish Slimmers’ diet.   What then?  Underground Masses in our homes?   Your thoughts welcome but please do not name any priests – write in general terms only. Thank you.

Finally, if the archbishop is reading this, allow me to suggest that he please do not test us.  We are not going to return to the novus ordo – ever.  If you make it difficult or impossible for us to get to Mass, we will have to go underground, and it’s not exactly edifying for priests and laity to gang up against their bishop – a bit like the devious family in the video clip below, so let’s work together for the greater glory of God: The Mass is the most beautiful thing this side of Heaven.”~ Father Frederick Faber,19th century. And, dear archbishop, you had better (literally) believe it…


Comments (34)

  • Lily Reply

    I got that video on Tik Tok – nearly all the comments in English were critical of this blasphemy, so that is something.

    November 7, 2022 at 9:17 am
    • Fidelis Reply


      That really is some good news. It shows that some people are awake. If only it would make them think more deeply though and want nothing to do with the novus ordo.

      November 7, 2022 at 7:48 pm
    • Margaret Mary Reply


      I shudder every time I see that video clip. I’ve watched it a good few times now, and it just gets worse, each time. I wonder what he is saying and doing with the finger pointing towards the ceiling – do you know? Also, what are the two females looking so shocked about? It’s all part of the act – I know that, they’re not shocked at the blasphemy.

      November 7, 2022 at 9:31 pm
    • Laura Reply


      I read the comments under that video on Tik Tok and you are right – most are horrified at what that priest has done. One of them said to read Ezekiel 22:26 so I looked it up and this is what it says:

      Her priests have despised my law and have defiled my sanctuaries: they have put no difference between holy and profane: nor have distinguished between the polluted and the clean: and they have turned away their eyes from my sabbaths, and I was profaned in the midst of them.

      It’s amazing to read that in the bible, just exactly what that scandalous priest is doing. He needs serious praying for.

      November 7, 2022 at 9:39 pm
  • Nicky Reply

    That priest in France should be kicked out of the Church for good, no discussion about it. I don’t understand why Taylor Marshall is so keen on being polite to his bishop because he needs to get the message loud and clear that this is not on. I’m not on Twitter but I would be ignoring TM’s advice on t this if I was.

    As for the Glasgow priests – anyone who thinks they will refuse to obey the bishop if he tells them to stop with the TLM hasn’t been paying attention during the Covid plandemic. As far as I know, none of them stood up to be counted during that “obedience test”. Even the supposedly openly traditional priests of the FSSP and FSSPX didn’t keep their churches open, so I’m definitely not holding my breath on this one. Priests are like everyone else in this world, they look after Number One first. I make the Irish Father Sean Sheehy on the other thread, the exception to this rule, and thank God for him.

    November 7, 2022 at 10:41 am
    • editor Reply

      I agree about Taylor Marshall’s emphasis on being polite to the bishop (although he did say “firm” also).

      It suggests a certain missing link in his thinking. That scandalous priest would not dream of behaving like that at “Mass” (it could not possibly be a true Mass, but some may disagree) – he would not have behaved like that in the sanctuary of his church if he were not confident of his bishop’s acceptance, if not approval.

      Of course, the other link which Marshall is missing is the example of Our Lord’s own response to the desecration of His Father’s House – overturned furniture and corded whips spring to mind.

      If I were on Twitter (which I’m not) I would not use any bad language, although I’d be tempted to learn some in Scottish Gaelic just for the record. That would be the extent of my “respect” for that bishop who, without question, bears responsibility for this sacrilege, just as every superior in every walk of life, bears responsibility to a greater of lesser extent, for the actions of subordinates.

      November 7, 2022 at 1:48 pm
  • Marinaio Reply

    What is and has been permitted in N.O. churches, since Bugnini’s concocted ritual over the last 50+ years, is an affront to the glory and majesty of Almighty God. Regarding their so-called “masses”, Mrs. Marinaio and I have written countless letters to bishops informing them of the blasphemous actions of their priests, all to no avail. It is of absolutely no concern to most local ordinaries.

    I believe that it is important for us to remember that all these phony expressions of “respect for those who are attached to some previous form” of worship (words from the 1984 Insult of JP II) are just that — fake. They are not interested in our love of the Mass of the Ages. Look at this report from just a few days ago, wherein Vatican Secretary of State (and Count Dracula look-alike) Pietro Parolin tells the same French bishops (in charge of this nut-case in the video) that Francis wishes to “show special care for Catholics “disoriented” by his decision to severely restrict the celebration of Traditional Latin Masses.” Parolin goes on to say “Pope Francis … invites you to the greatest solicitude and paternity for those people ⁠— especially young people, priests, and laity ⁠— who are disoriented by the motu proprio Traditionis custodes, which you will be working to implement”. Read it for yourselves:

    I particularly find hear-warming Cardinal Parolin’s expression of the Francis’ solicitude for those of us who are apparently seeking the comfort of our Argentinean shepherd: “They are often wounded sheep who need to be accompanied, listened to, and given time”. As my old friend Michael Davies would say, it gives me warm and tingly feelings down my back.

    No, it is a load of baloney, and those last words about needing time are quite clear, aren’t they? They echo precisely what my local ordinary said to me twenty years ago when I surprisingly reached him by phone to complain that my N.O. pastor (where I attended the Insult at the time) had banished me (Editor knows what that feels like) for calling him out for desecrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The now-deceased bishop told me in no uncertain terms that perhaps he was getting tired of waiting for me (accompanying me?) to “assimilate” into the “mainstream Church”. Yes, those are the words this bishop used, and it is crystal clear that all these sham olive branches and crocodile tears over the years for those of us that are now being described by Francis and Parolin as “disoriented,” are just attempts to rehabilitate old Catholics who are stuck in the 50s.

    November 7, 2022 at 3:24 pm
    • editor Reply


      I remember you telling me about being banned from attending Holy Mass – absolutely shocking and yes, it feels dreadful, you are so right. To be placed in a category much stricter than the Church herself requires, is quite an experience! The Church only prohibits manifest public sinners from approaching for Holy Communion; they can still attend Mass, and, in fact, the Fathers of the Church exhort them so to do, since even the worst of sinners can be converted just by being present at the Mass. Still, it helps us to remember that God’s ways are not our ways!

      I’ve just uncovered this article on your own blog and although I’ve not had time to read it carefully, it looks very good on a quick skim. I’ll read it properly a little later and post a comment.

      I hope other bloggers will do the same – please and thank you!

      November 7, 2022 at 6:38 pm
  • Josephine Reply

    I agree – ban the novus ordo sooner than immediately!

    The folly of producing a liturgy that is so flexible it can be conducted on a floating mattress at sea or by a wannabe DJ, is really obvious now, if it wasn’t obvious when Bugnini and his pals went to work.

    I’m with everyone so far – the fake sympathy for the TLM Catholics at the same time as permitting a whole bunch of sacrilegious liturgies (I won’t call them Masses, sorry) just makes me a mixture of enraged and deeply sad, almost in equal measure but enraged is uppermost.

    BTW, I wouldn’t waste a minute writing to that bishop, total waste of time IMHO.

    November 7, 2022 at 3:53 pm
  • Thomas McHugh Reply

    There is the possibility of assisting at the Holy Mass at the Society of Saint Pius X. There is the certainty that the Mass is offered in good faith and according to the proper rubrics.

    November 7, 2022 at 4:05 pm
    • Fidelis Reply

      Thomas McHugh,

      You mean the SSPX in Glasgow? Have you been there recently? People are parked on double yellow lines, so it’s only a matter of time before they all get ticketed. £60+ a week will soon mount up – I was reading the other day that the wardens were out in force in the west end of Glasgow last week, so it won’t be long until they’re back on Renfrew Street. It’s not just people at the Masses, because the numbers have gone down recently, I believe, but there is a row of hotels next to the church so there is very little parking in that area what with one thing and another.

      Also, TBH, if everyone attending the three Masses in Balornock and the other two churches, Bridgeton and Toryglen, were to turn up at the SSPX chapel in Glasgow, there wouldn’t be room for everyone, assuming the recent drop in attendance there is just a blip.

      November 7, 2022 at 7:54 pm
      • Margaret Mary


        I’m surprised about the parking – the mass-goers used to be allowed to park in a private car park across from the chapel. So, maybe those double yellow parked cars belong to the people in the hotels? It’s a while since I’ve known anyone who goes there but that was always the case, best I can remember.

        November 7, 2022 at 9:29 pm
  • Michael 🙏 Reply

    Dear Friends

    When doctrine, liturgy and moral error are embraced, then we have a clear manifestation of a perverse Priest and a morally dysfunctional laity who have reflected their perverse notion of what Worship is, ie. namely a Church turned in on itself and rooted in a false anthropology, ecclesiology along with the above blasphemous and dysfunctional liturgy that elevates and deifies man to the exclusion of God.

    This sacrilegious and perverted insanity will continue until Our Lady’s request is done in accordance with Divine injunction and mandate as requested at Fatima. Only then will we truly see this filth being purged from Holy Mother Church.

    Ave Maria !

    Every blessing

    Michael 🙏

    November 7, 2022 at 4:23 pm
    • editor Reply


      We have the consolation of knowing that Fatima prophesied such outrageous behaviour calling it “diabolical disorientation” – that is, although to us that priest is obviously committing grave sins of sacrilege and blasphemy objectively speaking, HE will be convinced within himself that he is reading the signs of the times and doing what he is doing to bring people, notably the young, into the Church. It’s crackpot stuff, but so is telling yourself you were born in the wrong body and then going out to buy some nice dresses (try M & S 😀 )

      What we really should be doing (apart from praying and doing penance – I’ll do the praying, you do the penance 😀 ) is thanking God for giving us the grace to see the truth through all the madness.

      November 7, 2022 at 6:49 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        ED do Marks and Spencers now actually have a Transgender Clothes Range. I know of course i could Google it BUT to tell you the Truth like yourself am Sick of the whole Transgender, Homosexuality ,perversions .

        November 7, 2022 at 7:31 pm
      • Michael

        Dear Editor

        I completely agree and l have said the same thing in previous remarks on this site. Thanks be to God indeed.

        A great blessing and a painful cross, though all of us given the Grace to understand the signs of the times.

        However, l suspect in all humility, Our Lord knows we all will carry [this painful cross] out of love for him, our Blessed Mother and the Church.

        Ave Maria!

        Every blessing

        Michael 🙏

        November 7, 2022 at 9:42 pm
  • Faith of Our Fathers Reply

    ED Its now really getting to the point where you know that these Heretical Bishops will do anything, except of course anything that is remotely Catholic, its now really getting passed the Sick Phase. As for Mr Nolan we know that Hes a company Man so its only reality that He will follow anything that Bergoglio says or does . And anyone who is a Catholic that believes Bergoglio is a Catholic ,is now beyond me. As for that so called Priest in the video thats one mixed up Kid . Av already asked this question on here before . But surely it must be a Sin against the Holy Ghost to cancel Worship to Almighty God .

    November 7, 2022 at 4:31 pm
    • Fidelis Reply


      That is the fear that Archbishop Nolan will blindly obey Francis on Traditionis Custodes and cancel all the Masses in the diocese. I don’t think so myself – I think he’ll leave Bridgeton and at least one in Balornock. The other two in Balornock and the one in Toryglen will go, IMHO.

      November 7, 2022 at 7:59 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply

    There is no question that the Church is under the human control of wicked, perverse, mealy-mouthed men, top to bottom, whose cabal has only multiplied over the last 60 years, like an untreated cancer.

    There is, however, a question as to why God has allowed this to happen to His Mystical Body. St. John Eudes’ quote about “revolutionary men” comes to mind…

    November 7, 2022 at 4:34 pm
    • editor Reply

      RCA Victor,

      Since I don’t have my copy of St John Eudes to hand, I can’t check out that quote but he’s bound to have been right or you wouldn’t have mentioned him. 😀

      November 7, 2022 at 6:41 pm
      • RCAVictor

        Editor and Laura,

        I can’t find the exact quote (I’ve posted it before, but who knows where!), but it goes something like this:

        “The greatest manifestation of God’s wrath is to send revolutionary men, and bad shepherds.”

        In the present crisis, we have both revolutionary men and bad shepherds rolled into one.

        November 7, 2022 at 10:50 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        I’ve no memory of the “revolutionary men” but he did say that bad priests were a sign of God’s anger. Anger? He must be beyond livid mad and furious with us right now to send us the priests we’re stuck with at this present time.

        November 7, 2022 at 11:26 pm
    • Laura Reply

      RCA Victor,

      I think the answer to why is God allowing this to happen to his Mystical Body is the same answer to why does God allow any man-made suffering at all – it’s because he won’t force us to do the right thing, he won’t over-ride our free will. I expect St John Eudes had a better answer but that is all I can come up with, LOL!

      November 7, 2022 at 9:43 pm
  • Michael 🙏 Reply

    Typos l have written my remarks without my glasses

    November 7, 2022 at 9:46 pm
    • editor Reply


      I have corrected your typos – I think! If I’ve misunderstood anything, just let me know and I’ll correct my “corrections” 😀

      November 7, 2022 at 11:30 pm
  • Athanasius Reply

    The first thing I thought when I saw that priest in the video was demonic possession. There is no question that his behaviour was diabolic in nature. That he got away with such a sacrilege shows that the diabolical extends to much higher offices in the Church. Tragic!

    At least we know for sure that the consecration was invalid. There’s no way that the matter, form and intention required for Transubstantiation were present in that mockery. We need to offer many more rosaries, and quickly.

    November 8, 2022 at 12:02 am
    • editor Reply


      Truly demonic. I’ve seen that clip a few times now and “demonic” seems, in fact, to be an understatement. Social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram, even more so than Facebook and Twitter, are designed to be self-promoting. Photos and videos of me, me, ME – pathetic. For any priest to sign up to these platforms is revealing of their self-centred mentality, but to use it to blaspheme, is taking their self-promotion to a whole new level.

      I wonder if, somewhere deep inside of himself, this priest (and others like him) feel even slightly uncomfortable about what they have done – do they realise, on any level, that they are doing something gravely wrong – I’d like to know.

      November 8, 2022 at 9:23 am
      • Josephine

        Without any doubt, that priest is possessed by demons. The more I watch that clip, the more obvious this is. If his bishop doesn’t see anything wrong, so is he.

        It’s becoming more and more intense, the attacks on the Church from priests. The devil is working overtime. As Athanasius says, we need more rosaries and quickly.

        November 8, 2022 at 12:57 pm
      • Athanasius


        Tik-Tok is controlled by the Chinese Communist government, so it’s logical that the sacrilege should appear on that platform. The British government has banned Tik-Tok for use by government ministers and staff because it fears the platform may be getting used to harvest information from unsuspecting users. I wouldn’t go anywhere near that or any other so-called social media platform – they’re all manifestations of evil.

        November 8, 2022 at 1:50 pm
      • editor


        I know that Tik Tok is Chinese, but you need have no fear of me signing up to it anyway. I can scarcely keep up with this blog never mind any of those social media platforms designed for people – like Pere Whatsishame – with an outsize ego.

        November 8, 2022 at 4:51 pm
  • RCAVictor Reply

    Sacrilege? A walk in the park, when you see this:

    I am making a herculean effort to restrain myself from asking a related question….

    November 8, 2022 at 10:55 pm
    • editor Reply

      RCA Victor,

      Yet again, I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn’t April 1st. That linked video is unbelievable. What a terrible, terrible pontiff.

      November 8, 2022 at 11:21 pm
  • Gabriel Syme Reply

    I started to watch the video, but had to stop it almost immediately!

    Another glorious example of ‘the one true expression of the Roman rite’, according to that oaf Pope Francis.

    Taylor Marshall is a great guy, I have a lot of time for him. I understand he and his wife were converts originally to the novus ordo Church, before finding tradition. At the NO, I can just imagine them thinking “What the blazes is this crazy outfit we have joined?”.

    November 9, 2022 at 9:59 pm
  • editor Reply

    That dreadful priest has an entire line-up of dodgy videos although the link posted by Lily, top of the page, leads to a “Video currently unavailable” message. Odd, since it’s still linked in the Taylor Marshall video.

    Anyway, I took a quick look at his video on the subject of homosexuality

    Since I didn’t pay close enough attention in French lessons at school, I sent the clip to a friend of mine who is French, and thus, a native speaker. I didn’t want to ask for a detailed translation, just confirmation that I had correctly interpreted his apparent support for the LGBTQ+ lifestyle. “Just gimme the gist of what he is saying”, I messaged, “so that I can post it on the blog.” Here is her kind reply…

    I decided in the end to translate most of what the “priest” (I’ll use the term loosely) said so the blog’s readers can appreciate the truly scandalous horrors being said. It’s not my best work but here goes:

    “Some people have issues with gays. What does it say about them [these people]?

    Blah blah blah God’s word does not change blah blah blah, no, of course it doesn’t but homosexuality has been interpreted erroneously for some time.

    What is written in the Bible about homosexuality has nothing to do with the life/reality of most gay couples today and therefore it cannot be used to condemn them and moreover I’ll show you that it has never been considered as a sin in tradition nor that they should abstain for life. It’s an uptight heterosexual’s fantasy.

    To demonstrate this, I’m backing this up with the work/writings of the greatest Bible researchers and the best theologians in morals and emotional life. Go and check my YT channel.

    You all have at least one gay friend. Do you truly believe that God wants them to be damned forever in the fire that never ends?”

    The last part I’m just summing up:

    “[If you do] you basically are an obscurantist – who by choosing not to look into it – do not honour the Truth [pointing upward].”

    It is beyond shocking a Catholic priest should say this. Ends.

    Too true, it is beyond shocking. Pray for him. He’s going to need them at his judgment.

    November 10, 2022 at 1:41 pm

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