NEW VATICAN OFFICE! Congregation for the Bulletins of the World

Picking up from something someone said to me the other day, if we were able to combine Youtube, Twitter and Facebook, would it be YouTwitFace?

I found a new Twitter feed to follow. (Please follow mine! I lost some 10K in the last purge by the powers that be.)  HERE   And click below.

Finally, someone will be erected to ferret out ungood things in parish bulletins (like TLM Mass times, badthink, etc.).  It took Francis to do it, but it got done!





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  2. Anneliese says:

    I was curious to know what you’re opinion is of code of canon law 1373? The Vatican does realize that in order for archdioceses to survive it needs laity? The Vatican has a lot of nerve to look away when it comes to giving communion to pro-choice politicians and people in irregular unions but not have a problem punishing people who criticize the Pope.

  3. rhhenry says:

    “In faithful adherence to the new directives issued by the Congregatio pro Bulletin Mundi, we will not be publicizing in this parish bulletin the daily 8:00 a.m. TLM with coffee and doughnuts to follow at which all are welcome.”

  4. Danteewoo says:

    I thought this was a Babylon Bee story at first.

  5. JonPatrick says:

    Since it will be hard for this congregation to physically read every parish bulletin in the world, especially since many of them are not online, I imagine that a network of Karens and Kens will be created to monitor and report on parishes. Like the old Soviet Union used to do to control dissidents.

  6. WVC says:

    In all seriousness – at what point do appropriate code words become utilized? Or bulletins are taken off the web intentionally? Or just no longer used at all and find an alternative way to communicate information?

    In what ways can we make things difficult for the spies and jerks and tattle-tellers?

  7. I know things are really bad, but this is a gag.

  8. Sandy says:

    Father, try Gab instead of Twitter. I’ve never used the latter, but find Gab useful at times just to see that we “good guys” are not alone. The founder is a strong Christian. I’m sure it’s a big transition to have to change, but…..

  9. Bosco says:

    ‘Number 1 with a bullet-in’

  10. Fr. Timothy Ferguson says:

    Presumably, I can still advertise the communal penance service with general absolution in my bulletin. And the New Ways Ministry meeting and raffle. And the ecumenical potluck with the Mormons (great casseroles!), Methodists, and Luciferians.

    Will I get into trouble if I host an ad for the Lets Go Brandon rally down the street? How about the Build Back Bitter cocktail reception?

  11. Fuerza says:


    Gab is absolutely toxic. It certainly has its positives, but it is overrun with anti-Catholics and some pretty intense anti-Semites. I don’t mean people praying for the conversion of the Jewish people, but people outright wishing death upon them. I’m super right wing, and even I had to abandon that site.

  12. Sandy says:

    Wow, Fuerza, sorry to hear that. Guess that’s another place that will have to be off limits for me.

  13. Can I advertise my Family Mass? (wink, wink!)

  14. Fr. Boyle: From a good friend of ours!

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