A Tale of Two Sisters

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way…”  A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.

There was a grotesque group of men dressing up as sisters and committing blasphemy. There was a humble, faithful sister, a true servant of God, who remained incorruptible four years after her death. Both clad in full habit, the chasm between these two could not be further apart. Here is their story.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgences is a group of rabid homosexual men who parade around in faux habits and adorn their faces with clownish makeup. Established in 1979, this group has regularly mocked and ridiculed the Catholic Church for years with Easter events where participants dress up as a “Hunky” Jesus and “Foxy” Mary. At one of their particularly offensive events, a partially clothed man appeared to do a pole dance (graphic content warning) on someone pretending to be the crucified Jesus Christ. The group’s website and promotional materials tagline says, “Go forth and sin some more!” in a mockery of Jesus’ admonition, “Go and sin no more.” If this organization doesn’t qualify for a bonified hate group, I’m not sure what would. Even the somewhat diplomatic and moderate-leaning Bishop Barron called out this group in a recent social media post.

Interestingly enough, the now disgraced Sam Brinton, Biden’s fired nuclear waste official arrested for stealing women’s luggage and wearing his victim’s clothing, is also a card-carrying member of this horrid group. GMC has already reported Britton’s peculiar fetishes in our post,  Where Misguided Compassion Leads. So, we can see the caliber of people who make up this anti-Catholic hate group.

Then there is Sr. Wilhelmina Lancaster, the foundress of the Benedictine Sisters of Mary, Queen of Apostles, who appears incorruptible. Sr. Wilhelmina was buried in 2019 at the age of 95. According to the mortician who issued the death certificate, she was not embalmed and placed in a simple wood coffin. Her body was exhumed last week to be placed in the chapel of the Benedictine Sisters as a final resting place. While being moved, the coffin broke open, and one of the sisters presiding saw what looked to be an intact foot. Upon further examination, Sr. Wilhelmina has not decomposed as expected, and her body exudes no apparent odor.

Thousands of traditional Catholics, a.k.a. domestic terrorists and white supremacists (at least according to the FBI), have flocked to the little town of Gower, Missouri, to get a glimpse of what appears to be a miracle and venerate her incorruptible body. This miracle could not have come at a better time when those seeking to destroy our country have heightened manufactured racial tensions. Perhaps Sister Wilhelmina will help this country heal and show the racial hucksters and naysayers that faithful Catholics, through their adherence to the teachings of Jesus Christ, are not inherently racist. We know that everyone is made in the image and likeness of God, and we try to uphold the human dignity of all people.

And herein lies the great dichotomy with which we are all faced. The forces of unbelievably evil versus those who follow and trust in the Lord Jesus. This is not a time to remain on the sidelines or somewhere safe in the middle, never taking a stand. In GMC’s last post, Virginia Clemm warned us about the “Yes, but…” Christians who won’t stand up against anything. 

Thankfully, one devout Catholic baseball player, Trevor Williams, dared to confront the alphabet mob. Pray for him and his young family, as they will now become the target of personal insults, harassment, and cancellation. Trevor Williams can serve as a role model for the rest of us. As for me and my house, we’re siding with Sister Wilhelmina and the Benedictine Sisters of Mary, Queen of the Apostles. We will not financially support the Dodgers or any other MLB team until the anti-Catholic bashing stops. 

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