Wednesday, 27 May 2015



Something really creepy, sinister, and Satanic is happening at our schools right now, worldwide as we speak. It's just as worse as any creepy ephebophile priest, and much more serious than pope bashing right now. I'm BEING DAMN SERIOUS. 

There has been a disturbing trend happening in social media, and now kids are doing it. While I do not support the source of this story, nor it's CEO/head, Michael Voris, due to Radical Traditionalism, ChurchMilitantTV has been the best source of information right now about this sick, new way that Satan and his minions are using to get kids to become possessed, or open new holes into this world for demons to putrify our world further!


In short kids use ordinary school pencils, paper, and write some letters A to D on a paper. You ask a "Mexican demon" by the name of Charlie to answer your questions, just like the old Ouija board. Except that this can be done, anywhere, anytime. 

To quote from a priest interviewed for the article:
"there is no such thing as innocently playing with demons.... The problem with opening yourself up to demonic activity is that it opens a window of possibilities which is not easily closed."

The CCC is also quoted, but to me, the greater impact is that IT IS HAPPENING, HERE, RIGHT NOW, IN OUR VERY CATHOLIC SCHOOLS! YES EVEN IN TORONTO!!!!

Someone I know who works as a teacher, was at one of the high schools in the Archdiocese today. Their teens WERE TRYING TO START PLAYING THIS GAME, HAVING PICKED IT UP FROM THEIR TWITTER(TM) FEEDS!!! SHE HAD TO STOP THEM IMMEDIATELY AND TAKE AWAY THEIR PENCILS!!!! 

Everyone .... this will only serve to strengthen the Devil's presence against our sickened Church, further destroy are already weakened clergy, and create many more problems with our youth and families already dealing with strain and discipline problems. 

Even sadder, we are ill equipped to combat this madness. Due to many different forces including the "Spirit of Vatican II", there are already a shortage of exorcists in the Church, and many priests have likely dismissed the Devil as a fairytale, and won`t do exorcisms if you asked them. 

PLEASE!!!! Spread the word to your teachers and priests and parents!!!! Stop your kids from doing this, or anyone else! And most of all, pray hard! Frequent the sacraments and do great pennance such as fasting! This wave of attacks is only going to increase the influence of the demonic on our world!!! This must be curbed and halted before more demons are unleashed on the world any further



Hello Everyone.

Firstly, I apologize for not promoting last month`s offering of what is below. Life got in my way with more hours at work, and a tired mind. Sometimes I detest parts of my life which block me from doing things for Christ.


This post is to advertise the final offering of the 2014-2015 liturgical (academic) year of one of the most sacred and wonderful, liturgical initiatives going on right now in our Archdiocese of Toronto. One I wish intently you will support and help to grow in this Archdiocese.

The pastor of St James Catholic Church, Rev. Ignacio Pinedo, will be organizing and acting as celebrant for the Novus Ordo Latin Mass, that has routinely occurred on the first (or second) Saturdays of the month at St. James.

Latin Novus Ordo masses in Toronto ended a couple years ago at the Oratory of St. Phillip Neri. Inspired by their efforts, Fr. Pinedo engaged in this pilot project at the parish. Therefore, it would be ABSOLUTELY worth attending and supporting. Should this be successful, it could become a regular occurrence at St. James, and maybe spread to other parts of the archdiocese.

Here is the information to attend the Latin Novus Ordo for next Saturday:

Saturday June 6, 2015 (NOVUS ORDO) - Solemnity of Corpus Christi, in the Novus Ordo Calendar. 

WHERE???? St. James Roman Catholic Church - LATIN NOVUS ORDO, 

  • " Latin Mass Revisited - Rediscover the beauty of the solemn Latin Mass in this modern Eucharistic celebration. We will be celebrating the Mass using the original Latin text of the Third Typical Edition of the Roman Missal (note: this is not the Tridentine form of the Mass). Side-by-side Latin and English Missals will be provided for those attending. A truly uplifting experience that is both ancient and new, bridging past and present. For more information, contact St. James Church at or call 416-767-6451."
  • Also: 
    • There are Latin-English booklet aids that are provided for the Liturgy by the parish. You can either borrow them for the Mass, or for a donation of $1.25 you can purchase the booklet, a suggestion I say to do if you are a repeat attendee! 
    • The altar servers as of last month, are NOW wearing the black surplice and cassock, the most traditional garb/attire for serving at the altar. This decision was made purely by the youth and young adult altar servers on their own accord with Fr. Pinedo. 

Unfortunately, there will be no Latin Novus Ordo masses for July and August.

IMPORTANT: Whether they will return to St. James for the fall of 2015 will be up to the decision of the pastor .... and you. The more attendance and support (including $$$), the more likely they will continue in the Fall.

So everyone, please attend!!! This could be a breakthrough for St. James and the Archdiocese of Toronto if this continues to occur. If you do not support this initiative, then it will die. I realize not everyone has the same "heart" for the Church as other people do.

Perhaps, your faith is at a certain level, and your local parish is meeting your needs. I can understand, You are free to go where you want to go in the diocese. It's not like in my grandparents' era where priests enforce their boundaries like policemen (although there are some who dole out stipulations of a sort ....)

But ... if you truly have a heart for Christ, and want to help bring the Church to greater glory for your children and the future of the Church in the Archdiocese of Toronto, I implore and request of you, to come out and help Fr. Pinedo and St. James. The laity of the Church want to "be fed" spiritually, because the majority of its Masses are devoid of many things that emphasize the sacredness and holiness of the Mass. This Mass ACTUALLY DOES THAT!!!!! Please Come .... the Lord is waiting for you, to redeem you ....

Pax Tibi Christi, Julian Barkin. 

Friday, 22 May 2015

Highlight: Reflection in Sunday Bulletin for May 22, 2015 from Fr. Peter Jae Choi of St. Andre Bessette, Maple, Ontario

Hello Everyone.

Now THIS is a great reflection I found online, and this is coming from a Novus Ordo priest who is starting up a community in Vaughan, Ontario!


PAX! Julian.

What does being Catholic mean?

I am sure you’ve heard of the term “Cafeteria Catholic.”

This term captures the essence of our modern day spirituality, picking-and-choosing only the things we want while rejecting the rest, exactly the same way we walk through the cafeteria picking-and-choosing what we want to eat on our plate.

Ability to customize is the latest fad; we customize our home, our bathrooms and kitchens, our cars, and pretty much every product we buy…AND even relationships! I’ve been told that there are online dating sites that can customize your search to the level of education, race, ethnicity, personality, height, weight, eye and hair colour….and the list goes on.

And much to our dismay, this mentality has even invaded how we relate to God: If we are not happy with or if we are uncomfortable with our religion, we can customize it to our beliefs and desires.
But wait…if we do that, are we not guilty of creating our own God and our own religion?
The whole point of religion for us Catholics is that we believe that God founded the Church to re-bind (re-ligare in latin) our broken relationships. And the only way we can allow God to re-bind our broken relationships, as He has done so many times as evidenced in the Bible, is for us to follow His Commandments and His ways.

When we do an “I did it my way” like Adam and Eve, we end up damaging our relationships.

St. Andre Bessette Parish

Before the ordination to the Priesthood, I had to go through a ceremony during mass at the Seminary called the “Rite of Admission to Candidacy for Holy Orders.” In it, I made it known that I believe in the faith as revealed by God and handed down by the Apostles. Our faith is not about inventing, but about preserving and being faithful to what has been revealed by God.

I was surprised and disappointed at the announcement of the former Catholic apologist and TV personality, Michael Coren leaving the Catholic Church. Moving to and fro from Atheism to Catholicism, and from Catholicism to Evangelical Christian, and from Evangelical Christian back to Catholicism, and from Catholicism to Anglicanism. All I can say is “Confused?”

Didn’t Jesus say, “Come, follow me”? Yes, He did. He didn’t say, “Go and do whatever you choose, and I will follow your suit.” In this day and age of confusion and cafeteriaism, what we need is solid stability. We need something that doesn’t change. If you are looking for a timeless truth, look to Catholicism! God’s love for us, His ways, and His Commandments, these do not change.

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Highlight: Spike is Best Strikes Again!

Well said, Spike. Well Said. Pax, Julian.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

A great thwack of Catholics online give their wholesale trust over to the voices of bloggers, columnists and internet personages claiming to see the truth of our times, rather than trusting in the voice of the shepherd who has been given to us for these times, Pope Francis.

Contrarily, as we have seen, these dupes actually posit the pope as either the source, cause, conspirator, enabler - what have you - of all that makes them "duty-bound" to speak out. In fact, they are rejecting the shepherd that has been given to them. For them, the reality of the Catholic faith is just as much "only when convenient" as the polyester pant suit bongo player.

This truth is simply astonishing when you think about it.

Anyhow, I thought this post by Steve Kellmeyer from a few weeks back was excellent on what exactly is the purport and purpose of certain online petitions: Shilling for Donors.