Rad Trads Ann Barnhardt & Frank Walker Attacking Rad Trad Dave Domet's Annulment! What?

Headlines over at Canon212:

Headline links to Ann Barnhardt's  post titled:

The headline is supplied by Frank Walker and the post supplied by Ann Barnhardt - are these two teaming up against Dave?

Famous Rad Trad blogger Dave Domet got an annulment late in life and then got married to his new bride:

Dave's account of his second marriage in 2013:

Solemn Nuptial Mass - St. Patrick's Kinkora The glorious weather of Saturday, June 15, 2013 marked a rare liturgical event in the last half century in Canada; the Solemn Nuptial - Missa pro sponso et sponsa. The Bride and Groom were respectively, Francoise deVries, Director and David Anthony Domet, President of the Toronto Traditional Mass Society-UNA VOCE TORONTO! Source

Greater division in the Rad Trad Camp?


  1. David Domet, Lord of the Loins,
    Sold his wife for 900 coins....
    When his friends learned of his disgrace
    They found him a "trad" wife to take her place. =)

    (I know "coins" is awkward, but try finding a good rhyme for "bucks". "Cucks"? Nah, I'm not Milo Fagboy.)

    1. I hope you treat your students better than that, Professor Q.

    2. Go back to Catholic Answers Forums, Irene. =)

    3. Hard to be somewhere I've never been. :) Nice job butchering my name, by the way.

  2. The only division I see is in this post.

    1. I'm going to say this nicely: don't defend Vox, he's a phoney, a hypocrite and a lost cause.

      Vox Cantoris (Dave "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" Domet) is as Catholic as Vox Day or the liberal Vox rag. All Voxes are not Catholic.

    2. I'm going to say this nicely: don't ally yourself with someone who calls their website "Priests have become cesspools of impurity." That is disrespectful to the several good priests I have met and exist around the world. Vox has more class than that by calling his website the "Voice of the Cantor."

      Vox isn't a phoney nor a lost cause. He may be a hypocrite from time to time, but we all are at different points in our lives. That's not an especial charge you can lay against him. So, you lose your case.

      Vox is as Catholic as you and I. What is it, a particular vision of what Catholics are supposed to be for you, Professor Q?

    3. "Priests have become cesspools of impurity." ....... those are the words of Our Lady Of La Salette - do you have a problem with Our Lady?

    4. I don't have a problem with Our Lady. I have a problem with someone using words she uttered to head a website where vitriol is the currency. Also, you could have used other words to head it - why these?

  3. Here to help your understanding:

    “The priests, ministers of my Son, the priests, by their wicked lives, by their irreverence and their impiety in the celebration of the holy mysteries, by their love of money, their love of honors and pleasures, and the priests have become cesspools of impurity. Yes, the priests are asking vengeance, and vengeance is hanging over their heads. Woe to the priests and to those dedicated to God who by their unfaithfulness and their wicked lives are crucifying my Son again! The sins of those dedicated to God cry out towards Heaven and call for vengeance, and now vengeance is at their door, for there is no one left to beg mercy and forgiveness for the people. There are no more generous souls; there is no one left worthy of offering a stainless sacrifice to the Eternal for the sake of the world.

    And tell me why I can not use:

    the priests have become cesspools of impurity.


    You Snake

    1. No, I don't have a problem with the message of La Salette as published by Melanie in 1879. I just have a problem with you using Our Lady's words to legitimize such lies about laypeople and priests (and to create hysteria where there is none). Your frenzied, disjointed writing speaks for itself. I am not talking about just this post. I am talking about your several blogs.

      Why not "priests have become cesspools of impurity"? It's blatantly disrespectful of the good priests working to save souls, that's why. You're painting a terrible picture of traditional Catholicism which is wildly off the mark.

  4. But you have a problem with me using the words of Our Lady:

    "priests have become cesspools of impurity"

    You don't make any sense.

    Can others use the words of Our Lady:

    "priests have become cesspools of impurity"

    Do we have your permission.

    Or is it just me who is not allowed to use the words of Our Lady

    "priests have become cesspools of impurity"

    Hey about calling priests " homosexualist" as Fr Z does?

    Or how about calling priests "faggots" as Ann Barnhardt does?

    Or how about calling priests "sodomites' as Dave Domet does?


  5. "Your frenzied, disjointed writing speaks for itself."

    oh my....how much easier for you then to destroy my arguments and make me fold...but for some reason you can't....


  6. Let's all just be happy that salvation comes from the Jews.

  7. "salvation comes from the Jews"

    what does that mean?

    Please use the Church Fathers to explain it to me.

    Don't use your own opinion......

    1. John 4:22 - Salvation comes from the Jews.

      From Thomas, the great Patristic synthesizer:
      Salvation comes from the Jews in three ways. First in their teaching of the truth, for all other peoples were in error, while the Jews held fast to the truth, according to Romans (3:2): “What advantage do Jews have? First, they were entrusted with the words of God.” Secondly, in their spiritual gifts: for prophecy and the other gifts of the Spirit were given to them first, and from them they reached others: “You,” i.e., the Gentiles, “a wild olive branch, are ingrafted on them,” i.e., on the Jews (Rom 11:17); “If the Gentiles have become sharers in their (i.e., the Jews’) spiritual goods, they ought to help the Jews as to earthly goods” (Rom 15:27). Thirdly, since the very author of salvation is from the Jews, since “Christ came from then in the flesh” (Rom 9:5).

      The Jewish people were chosen, not the Gentiles, to be the Chosen People of God, to be the means through which the Messiah comes into the world, and to be the means through which salvation is opened to us, the Gentiles. There is no Church without any of it.


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