"Memo to the bishops of the world: The faithful do not need you to look after their bodies. They need you to follow the supreme law of the Church and look after their souls," the faithful priest said.
In a Sunday homily, a courageous priest crying out in the sacramental wilderness created by bishops, denounced the shepherds for cowering, retreating and abandoning their flocks in the face of the Wuhan virus scare.
"Every deplorable and wretched bishop who locked the churches and denied people access to the Holy Mass, the Holy Eucharist and the sacraments will have blood of every lost soul upon their heads," he said.
The faithful priest did not mince words, decrying the bishops for feigning to care for bodily health while destroying souls: "They are blind and they are leading the blind sheep down the road — the broad road to destruction."
Pointing out the Church has weathered pandemics, famines and wars for 2,000 years, father posed a rhetorical question: "Do we really think it's Jesus' will that any bishop of the Catholic Church locks the church, denies people their God-ordained right to attend the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and receive the Holy Eucharist and receive the other sacraments?"
Unhindered by human respect, the priest gave Bp. Richard Stika of Knoxville, Tennessee a clear call to action for recently saying he would remove anybody from Mass trying to receive the Blessed Sacrament on the tongue: "Turn in your crosier, bishop. You're not worthy of it."
Father explained the socialist, communist, godless Left is afraid of death — on one level because this life is all they have, but on a deeper level because of what is in every human heart: "Deep down inside, I think, they actually do think there might be something after death for which they will be held accountable, which is why they are most afraid of dying."
But while bishops fail the faithful and the Left pushes its godless agenda, Father encourages the faithful to demonstrate the Faith.
"Let's be faithful. Let's live our faith. Let's be a witness of our faith. Let's be a witness that we do not fear dying."