Monday, February 2, 2015

Mercy Mercy Me (Catholic Theology)

Mercy Mercy Me (Catholic Theology)

Here is a preview of something I have been working on. It is based on a song by Marvin Gaye titled "Mercy Mercy Me (the ecology)" which I have re-named "Mercy Mercy Me (Catholic Theology)".

And of course the inspiration comes from the upcoming enviro-cyclical by bergoglio.

I have recorded a rough version and one of these days perhaps I'll record a finished version and post it on my YouTube channel.

In case you don't know, Marvin Gaye was a very popular (Motown) singer who was tortured by demons -- as many/most/all in the entertainment industry are. He was eventually shot to death by his own father.

The original song has a very dissonant, demonic sounding ending. I would not recommend listening to it. The vocals are overdubbed to form a chorus of "spiritual" sounds -- a new age anthem dedicated to the "spirit of this world"...

... the same "spirit" that inspires bergoglio...


Mercy Mercy Me (Catholic Theology)
(c) 2015 Michael at Public Vigil
Woo ah, Kyrie eleison
Ah, things aren't what they used to be, no no
Where did all the good popes go?
Heresy is in the wind that blows
From the north and south and east

Woo, Cristo eleison
Ah, things aren't what they used to be, no no
Altars desecrated by heterodox priests (in all our diocese)
Sermons full of blasphemy

Ah, oh Kyrie eleison
Ah, things aren't what they used to be, no no
The spirit of Vatican II is in our parishes
And the souls of faithful Catholics are perishing

Oh mercy, mercy me
Ah things aren't what they used to be
What about the Church of God
How much more abuse from man can she stand?

Ora pro nobis,
My sweet Virgin Maria, ora pro nobis
Maria, o dulcis Virgin Maria...


  1. Hi and thanks very much for your comment. However, I didn't intend this to be a joke. Actually, it started out as a joke, but by the time I was done it took on a more serious character. (It's always a fine line between joking about bergoglio and the seriousness of the damage he is doing to the Church.)

    Anyway, just in case you don't know, the bJot's (bergoglio joke of the day) posts are tagged so you can read them all here:

    bergoglio joke of the day