Friday, June 20, 2008

This Is Just Freakin' Disturbing
Ewwwwwww.......

WARNING!! Keep the kiddies away from this post.

It most certainly is in the MOS description of a Catholic priest to tell me how to be a good Catholic husband, but methinks this guy's is just a dirty old man.

Here's some of the article from The Courier Mail (Australia); (Emphasis and comments mine.) Catholic monk's sex guide
June 18, 2008 05:05pm

A CELIBATE Polish monk has established a website offering a guide to good sex for married couples, dubbed the 'Catholic Kama Sutra'. Father Ksawery Knotz's site gives graphic lovemaking hints and describes sex as a deeply spiritual act in which the couple can experience God.
(He should be more concerned with the salvation of my soul, not the operational capabilities of my hydraulics.)

"In Catholic teaching, the conjugal act is presented as a meeting that occurs not only between a husband and a wife who love each other, but also between the married couple and God," he said. (This is dangerously close to the Church of the Sacred Orgasm that's all the rage with homosexuals and other assorted hedonists.)

The Franciscan monk, who runs the site with the help of a panel of married couples, is also the author of a book titled The Marriage Act: A Chance to Meet God in Your Marriage Partner. He said on his website sex should be seen by couples as a gift from God. (Whoops!! CHURCH OF THE SACRED ORGASM ALERT... CHURCH OF THE SACRED ORGASM ALERT!!"

Father Knotz said oral sex was morally acceptable and was not a sin where it was part of foreplay, but said sex aids and stimulants led to a dangerous abuse and trivialisation of sex. (Ohhhh... the comments I could make.)

In describing ways to how to reach an orgasm, he said it was a heavenly experience but added it was not essential to the sexual act. (Hell, why even do it then!!??)

Father Knotz also suggested planning ahead for sex and said it should be accompanied by dressing up in elegant clothes, dinner with a special atmosphere, a fragrant bath, music, candles and flowers. (Does a 12 pack of warm Old Milwaukee's Best, an enchanted evening of Dukes of Hazzard - Season 2, me parading around suggestively in my least ripped-up tighty whities, and the heartfelt promise of a shared Camel non-filter afterwards count?)
As the enigmatic LF pointed out ever so succinctly - Love is not two people gazing at each other but rather two people together gazing into a fire. - GK Chesterton

14 Comments:

Blogger Rita said...

Hey Caveman, I have a ? for you.

How do you post a you tube video on your blog?? I can't figuree it out.

Thanks!!

8:23 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

Oh my...where to begin. I'm sorry but I would NEVER ask for advice from a priest, not even a married priest.

9:37 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Rita,
Go to youtube.com. You'll see a space there where you can type in the name of a group and song that you want. In a few seconds, all the hits for what you types in will show. Click on hje one you want best.

On the left side of the screen, there's a TV screen that'll be playing the video you wanted. To the right of that, you'll see a small rectangular bix that's labeled "Embed". Cut and paster that code.

Now take that cose to your Blogger.com "Create page". Paste the YouTube.com cose to the HTML editor on the create page. It should pop up momentarily.

Hope that helped!

11:45 PM  
Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

i really don't know what to say, I would have something smart to say normally, it's just not coming.

2:22 AM  
Blogger Dad29 said...

Father Knotz also suggested planning ahead for sex and said it should be accompanied by dressing up in elegant clothes, dinner with a special atmosphere, a fragrant bath, music, candles and flowers

This line says a LOT, ain'a, Cavey?

12:01 PM  
Blogger JACK said...

Seems liking having a priest give sex advice is a lot like trying to learn to fly just by reading the plane's owners manual!

3:40 PM  
Blogger Kit Brookside said...

Excellent. So now that we've been grossed out by this dude, we also have confirmation that you are a briefs, not boxers man. Thanks for that...

And for the visual of the ripped-up tw's, too...although I guess the rippy ones would do nicely as an elastic waistbanded loincloth for a caveman.

(Oh, your poor, poor wife!)

9:48 PM  
Blogger TCN said...

Who knew a monk had time to develop such a lively fantasy life? Ick.

11:09 PM  
Blogger Dymphna said...

I once had a priest tell me that it was my duty to get into the arena and complete my mission. He did not go into detail and would've been horrified if I'd asked for any.

12:52 PM  
Blogger LarryD said...

I almost hate to ask, but does this monk have a Monkey Woman?

10:03 PM  
Blogger katjevandijk said...

Are you kidding? The Catholic church has been teaching anti-sex for hundreds of years. And they are losing parishioners by the groves because of their tolerance (ahem) of pedophiles. So now the Friar says "Hey, if we want membership returned, we had better get on the sex wagon - in a healthy and supportive way." It's just good strategy.

5:10 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Kat,
The Churfch has been anti-immoral sex for hundred of years. If The Church was "anti-sex", then why are Catholic families so large?

Individuals like this friar aren't the answer... they're the problem.

5:29 PM  
Blogger katjevandijk said...

Didn't I say 'healthy sex'? The reason Catholics have big families has nothing to do with good sex, healthy sex, or enjoyable sex that brings the partners closer together. That part of the Friar's preachings is new. And why would you make it a problem when someone is shining light where heretofore there was only darkness???

12:04 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

No, I don't see the phrase "healthy sex" anywhere in your comments. I do, however, read your exhortation to "get on the sex wagon - in a healthy and supportive way".

No, I don't need to get on any bandwagon, sexual or otherwise. The last thing we need is sexual anarchy and immorality in the name of "a shining light where heretofore there was only darkness".

Is that what 2,000 years of moral, decent teaching is categorized as now... "darkness"?

As I said before, that friar isn't part of the solution... he's part of the problem.

But thanks for posting, Kat.

5:45 AM  

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