The State of the American Union: Disorderly, Courtesy of Judeo-Masonic Naturalism and Americanism

Well, I did have my internet service restored on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, the Feast of the Seven Holy Founders of the Order of Servites of the Dolors of Our Lady. However, the problem of disappearing gigabytes remains as I have seen over sixty percent of my measly monthly allotment of ten gigabytes disappear even though I am doing nothing different now than I had during those months when I had eighty-two percent of the allotment remaining at the end of a monthly allotment. Go figure. I can’t.

Now, this article’s title is pretty self-explanatory. The commentary is long and detailed.

It is my intention at this point to concentrate on getting out those books after recording another three hours’ worth of video programs for our friend who has bought time on a public access channel. It is also time for me presently to shut down the computer as Tuesday tuns into Wednesday.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Jorge Signs Off on the World One Ecumenical Religion

(This is a brief update as the Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady of Lourdes is only minutes away.

I have lost internet service again because of equipment failure. A service call is scheduled for Tuesday. This is being typed in my phone.

Readers can find my reflection on Our Lady of Lourdes listed under the February 2018 Articles Archive on the 2016-2018 Articles Archive Page, which is in need of updating.

Work will proceed on my next article as best as possible under the circumstances.

Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us.

Saint Bernadette Soubirous, pray for us.)

Jorge Mario Bergoglio has signed off on the Judeo-Masonic “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together” in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday, February 4, 2019, the Feast of Saint Andrew Corsini.

Although there is nothing really “new’ in the manifesto, it is nevertheless quite a statement that we have reached such a state of affairs that the man most people in the world believe is “Pope Francis” can sign a document that makes no reference to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ with a Mohammedan sheikh to advance the Judeo-Masonic global new world order and yet believe that this apostate is actually a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter.

Millions of Catholics throughout the course of Holy Mother Church’s history have chosen death by martyrdom rather than to permit themselves to give the appearance of such acts of apostasy.  

We have much for which to make reparation.

Much.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Cyril of Alexandria, pray for us.

Saint Apollonia, pray for us.

Saint Scholastica, pray for us.

February 8, 2019, Update

Although I am working on a very long commentary about the Argentine Apostate’s recent trip to Abu Dhabi for the Judeo-Masonic “Declaration of Humanity" that may not be posted until late Saturday or on Sunday because of the extent of work yet to be completed, I did want to inform those who access this website that I will also be working on a relatively short commentary on President Donald John Trump’s State of the Union Address, which was delivered to a special joint meeting of the two houses of the Congress of the United States of America on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, the Feast of Saint Agatha.

Readers of this site know that I do not serve as anything of an uncritical cheerleader for the forty-fifth president. However, I also give credit where credit is due, and it is thus a matter of complete intellectual honesty to remark that President Trump gave a very well-delivered and politically effective speech. Some commentators have written that the speech was better than any given by President Ronald Wilson Reagan, although the speech the fortieth president gave to a special joint meeting of Congress when he was sufficiently recovered from the wounds he sustained after being shot by John Hinckley on Monday, March 31, 1981, stands out as a very potent one that moved many “conservative” Democrats to support his economic policies. Nonetheless, though, President Trump gave a good speech.

There were, however, cringe-worthy moments indicative of the errors upon which this nation is founded and that are directly responsible for the legal protection that has been accorded to contraception, surgical abortion and to perversity.

That is, no matter the touching, heartwarming sagas of those released from prison as a result of last year’s criminal justice reform bill, no Catholic can cheer or applaud the fact that someone became a “prison minister” while imprisoned as this is to lend credence to “ministries” that are not from God as no false religion has any message to teach in His Name or has any sanctifying helps to offer those who adhere to it.

The president does not understand this. Granted. Fine. However, a Catholic should understand this and realize immediately that the mess we are in is a direct consequence of a nation that has been founded upon various errors that continue to multiply and undermine what little is left of the existing ruins.

Finally, while President Trump did a superb job shaming pro-abort Democrats for their support of baby-killing of babies who survive an attempt to kill them surgically in the later stages of pregnancy, the fact that this has become the great “pro-life” cause is itself tragic. I mean, is the best that can be done at this time to oppose the killing of babies who have managed to avoid being killed as they were being born?

Once again, I am not blaming the president for this state of things. Not at all.

However, the fact remains that there is no moral distinction between killing a preborn baby when he is several weeks old in his mother’s womb or killing that baby after he is born. While civil law can make such distinctions and impose different types of penalties based upon a consideration of time and circumstance, the direct, intentional killing of an innocent human being is always the same crime morally.

The commentary that I will offer on this subject will point out that the individuals who are principally responsible for letting the daily killing of the preborn get so out of control that some in public life have been emboldened to admit that, yes, it is the de facto practice in many hospitals around the country to let babies die after birth based upon utilitarian considerations can be laid at the feet of most of the conciliar “bishops” here in the United States of America. They—and their predecessors—are the ones who have been afraid to lose their tax-exempt status and/or to be thought as helping “mean” men such as the president who are said to have “anti-life policies on immigration, “climate change” and “economic justice.”

Before I can write in more detail about this, however, I need to return to the bilge of Jorge Mario Bergoglio.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint John of Matha, pray for us.

 

No Matter the Game, No Matter the Final Score: Nothing Super About the Super Bowl

Some kind of "game" was played last evening. I was not one of one the hundred million or more people who watched this spectacle. This commentary explains why. 

As the madman from Argentina is in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, I suppose that I have to write a commentary or two in the next few days. My monthly of ten gigabytes is running out, but I hope to be able to write enough offline to have something posted by Tuesday or when the billing period rolls over on Wednesday. Thank you.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Anrdrew Corsini, pray for us.

On the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary (2019)

Today is the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, always the humble handmaid of the Lord who humbled herself this day, the last day of Christmastide, which ends after Holy Mass today, by submitting to the rituals of the law although she was not in need of such a ritualistic purification because of her Perpetual Virginity.

This is the day that Our Lady presented her Divine Son, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, in the same Temple where He would be found twelve years later answering questions of the rabbis, the same Temple whose curtain would be torn in two from top to bottom as He breathed His last on the wood of the Holy Cross to redeem us, thereby signifying the permanent end of the Old Covenant and the supersession of Judaism by Catholicism as the true religion. The aged Simeon, who waited patiently every day in the Temple for the fulfillment of the promise that God had made to him, that he would not die before his eyes had seen and his arms had beheld the Messiah, sent the first Sword of Sorrow plunging through Our Lady's Sorrowful and and Immaculate Heart when he prophesied that the Child he beheld would be destined for the rise and for the fall of man, a sign to be opposed, a Sign of Contradiction. We must never fear to be signs of contradiction in our own lives in imitation of the THE Sign of Contradiction, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, as He hung on the wood of the Holy Cross to redeem us as he was mocked and reviled by the very people from whose stock He had taken His Sacred Humanity.

We must be willing to suffer all manner of calumny and humiliation for the many times that we have preferred human respect to fidelity to Our Lord, for the many times we have refused to call upon Our Lady's maternal intercession, for the many times we have refused to "take sides," especially in our day by refusing to reject conciliarism and its ravenous wolves once and for all.

In case you missed it, a very long commentary was posted less than twenty-four hours ago. Please scroll below.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!

Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church and Protector of the Faithful, pray for us.

Prepare for the Coming Persecution

With gratitude to the relatively few people who access this site, here is the commentary on which I have been working for most of the past six days, including all day yesterday, Thursday, January 31, 2019, the Feast of Saint Ignatius of Antioch, into the early hours of today, Friday, February 1, 2019, the Feast of Saint Ignatius of Antioch and the First Friday of the month of February. It took over two hours just to format this commentary for posting on this site after the text had been completed.

This new commentary is very long (over eighty pages in single-spaced, twelve-point Times New Roman font in a Word document) and contains links to many news stories, commentaries and some of my own articles.

One of the things that I have not done in recent days is to access any other Catholic websites as I especially wanted to compose my own commentary, which is included in Part VIII, on Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s non-answer to a stupid question that was posed to him by Fraulein Lena Klimkeit of the German Press Agency (DPA) without being influenced by anyone else’s writing. Additionally, I wanted to concentrate on my own response to Timothy Michael Dolan’s comments and newspaper column without reading the work of others apart from the initial news stories about them.

The commentary is broken into the various parts after a brief introductory text:

I.                   Sin and Illegal Immigration

II.                 Using Civil Law as the Cloak for Injustice and Political Revolution by the “Educated” (Robert Mueller and Roger Stone)

III.              Conciliar Officials Enable Killers in Public Life (the New York Baby-Killing Law and Like Efforts in Vermont and Virginia)

IV.              Timothy Michael Dolan Prefers More of What Has Failed: “Dialogue” With the Catholic Merchants of Death

V.                The Conciliar Echo Chamber of Making a Moral Equivalency Between Baby-Killing, Illegal Immigration, Protecting the Environment and the Death Penalty (Timothy Michael Dolan’s New York Post column)

VI.              Not Politicians or Cultural Warriors, Timothy Michael Dolan?

VII.           VII. The Time of Persecution is Upon Us (Nathan Phillips, Covington Catholic High School Students, Roger Joseph Foys, John Stowe, the Epistle of Saint Jude)

VIII.        Jorge Emphasizes the Emotive, Not Objective Truth

IX.              Conclusion: With a Firm Reliance Upon and A Confident Trust in Our Lady’s Intercessory Power

Yes, I suppose that I written a small book, and it is my specific intention to publish as such (along with three other commentaries on this site) as the long-postponed second volume of “Restoring Christ as the King of All Nations.”

Also, Mrs. Randy Engel, several of whose articles are referenced in the body of this new article, has sent out link to a new article in Chiesa Viva about the link between Opus Dei and Carlo Maria Vigano. Mrs. Engel also informed me that one of Opus Dei’s numeraries, José María Martínez Sanz, was recently sentenced to an eleven-year prison term for his perverted abuse of minors that took place at school at the Colegio Gaztelueta in Lejona, Vizcaya, Spain (those fluent in Spanish may read the story at Condenado a 11 anos de prision un profesor de un colegio del Opus de Biakaia por abus sexuales.)

Well, I think that I have given you just a little bit of reading material. Thus, if you will not mind, apart from republished commentaries and an occasional news article as time permits, I am going to concentrate on getting out a few books as overt persecution is around the corner, so to speak, and websites such as this one may not be permitted to exist for too many years longer.

Finally, yes, we are still in need of non-tax-deductible financial gifts from those who have not made any recently.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Ignatius of Antioch, pray for us.

Saint John Bosco: Ever Zealous for Souls Until the End

oday is the Feast of the great Saint John Bosco, to whom we are very devoted. This is a revised reflection on an extraordinary priest who had a zeal for the salvation of souls in his youth, a zeal that would last until he died on this date in 1888, one hundred twenty-eight years ago.

Saint John Bosco stands a rebuke to everything that manner in which the conciliar revolutionaries refuse to seek converts to what they think is the Catholic Church and the manner in which they reaffirm unrepentant sinners in lives that could lead them to Hell for all eternity if they do not go to Confession and amend their lives. This brief reflection, written about nine years ago now, is an effort to capture the spirit of this magnificent teacher of the young, mystic and zealous apostle of souls.

Finally, yes, I believe that the next original article will appear tomorrow, the Feast of Saint Ignatius of Antioch. There is still much work remaining before it can be posted. However, I do believe that the commentary will be completed late today, Thursday, January 31, 2019, and then formatted for posting. Thank you for your patience.

Vivat Christus RexViva Cristo Rey

Our Lady, Help of Christians, pray for us.

Saint John Bosco, pray for us.

Saint Dominic Savio, pray for us.

Saint Maria Domenica Mazzarello, pray for us,

Update on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, the Feast of Saint Martina

Although I had hoped to have my next commentary completed by this time, two things happened yesterday (in addition to the necessity of dealing with the two rear tires on our poor excuse of a relatively new automobile) that have added to the work:

First, I made the mistake of looking on the Catholic News Agency website to find a transcript of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's in-flight interview as he returned to the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River following World Apostasy Day in Panama. As part of the new commentary deals with the monstrous legislation passed by the New York State Legislature and signed into law by Andrew Mark Cuomo on January 23, 2019, the Feast of Saint Raymond of Pennafort and the Commemoration of Saint Emerentiana, the false "pontiff's" emotive comments about baby-killing, which focused exclusively on women who pay to have their babies killed grieving the loss of their children, whom he presumes to be in Heaven and thus makes it appear that it is no big deal to kill them as they are enjoying Paradise have to be dealt with at some length. This will be done late today and then all day Thursday, the Feast of Saint John Bosco. 

Second, it was while waiting for the new tires to be installed that I read an equally emotive column written by Timothy Michael Dolan, who wondered why Democrats wanted to alienate Catholic voters about abortion, which he called a difficult "choice" for women (hey, you moron at 1011 First Avenue in Manhattan, no one has the right from God to "choose" to do anything about a preborn baby other than to love him and to nurture him as the conception of a child, which is meant to take place exclusively in the married state, is what God intends to occur as the fruit of that which is proper to the married state; there is no decision to be made, only a child to be loved), while he praised the statists for their otherwise "progressive" agenda items such as the "DREAM Act," prison reform and "voters rights" act. Mind you, this is the same "historian" who once said to Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro, "We Want To Be With You".

So, you see, I have some more work to do on my commentary, which is entitled "Prepare for the Coming Persecution."

Finally, I am not unmindful of the fact that the last two original commentaries on this site have been very long. However, I have tried to make them more digestible by segmenting them by means of centered captions so that readers can return to them after reading one section and then going on to something else. I do not expect anyone to read my articles from beginning to end in one sitting. A great deal of time is spent in composing these articles to provide those who want to read them with a variety of resources, which is why many of my commentaries, including the past two and the one being written at this time, is something along the lines of a miniature book. Books can be put down and taken up again.

This having been noted, however, I do want to publish the next commentary as a completed project rather than in separate parts. I think that readers will understand why after the commentary is posted.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Martina, pray for us.

Saint Francis de Sales: Apostle of Charity and Zealous Foe of Calvinism

Today, Tuesday, January 29, 2019, is the Feast of Saint Francis de Sales.

I am hereby republishing a brief and woefully indequate account of the Apostle of Charity and zealous foe of Calvinism. 

Although I worked all day on Sunday and Monday on the next original article, which is already over thirty pages in length, there is still yet more work on it to do before it can be posted. I do hope that, after seeking to raise funds privately to pay for two new rear tires, which are bald (one is flat) even though there are only 24,000 miles on them, after having had to purchase two tires for the front last week, to have the article posted within twenty-four hours of this republished article. Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Francis de Sales, pray for us.

Saint Martina, pray for us.

Saint Paul the Apostle: Converted by Our Lord, Whose Disciples He Persecuted

Today is the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle and the Commemoration of Saint Peter. Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ personally intervened to effect the conversion of the fire-breathing hater and persecutor of Catholics, Saul of Tarsus. By so doing, of course, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity made Man in His Most Blessed Mother's Virginal and Immaculate Womb by the power of the Third Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, God the Holy Ghost, violated the counterfeit church of conciliarism's prohibition of proselytism. Saul of Tarsus did not seek out Our Lord, but was sought out by Him so that he would become Saint Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles one of twin pillars of the Church of Rome along with the first pope himself, Saint Peter the Apostle.

The next original article on this site, which will deal in part with the persecution of the students of Covington High who were confronted by a professional Native American agitator after the March for Life a week ago today, January 18, 2019, the Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter in Rome and the Commemorations of Saint Paul and of Saint Prisca, and in part with two other subjeccts, should be posted no later than Sunday, January 27, 2019, the Third Sunday after the Epiphany and the Commemoration of Saint John Chyrsostom (as well as the sixty-seventh anniversary of my own baptism at the hands of Father John Dushan at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Queens Village, New York, after spending the first two months, three days of my life after birth as a pagan baby). Thank you for your patience.

Finally, there is little that I can say to those displeased with my last two orginal articles on this site. No matter the agitations of the moment and the "good intentions" of those steeped in one naturalist myth after another, Catholicism is the only means of human salvation and of genuine social order founded in the pursuit of the common temporal good in light of man's Last End. Agitation will always be the lot of pluralist, religiously indifferentist states. The only way out of the mess that the world is in runs through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, and I will keep repeating this until I die or am unable to continue my writing before death. 

Our Lady, Queen of the Apostles, pray for us.

Saint Paul, pray for us.

Saint Peter, pray for us.

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