[Update on Sunday evening, January 20, 2019, the Second Sunday after the Epiphany and the Commemoration of Saint Prisca.
[I was making superb progress on my next article until we had a backup of "black water" (an old term from our days in the motor home that we sold nearly eight years ago) inside the house. The septic man came out today and told us that we have three five hundred gallon tanks. I had raised enough privately to clean out one tank as I did not know we had three. Thus it is that I need to make an appeal to those who have the means to make a non-tax-deductible donation and who support the work of this website to do so as the septic man is coming out again tomorrow, the Feast of Saint Agnes, to clean out the two remaining tanks. Thank you for your consideration and your prompt response.
[More work will be done on the next article this evening. Under the circumstances, though, I may not be able to post it untl late Tueday evening.]
Today’s article has been adapated and revised to place the upcoming forty-sixth anniversary of the decisions of the Supreme Court in the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, January 22, 1973, in an historical context as the March for Life takes place in Washington, District of Colubmia today, Friday, January 18, 2019, the Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter in Rome and the Commemoration of Saint Paul and of Saint Prisca.
This commentary contains an excerpt from an allocution, which was included also in yesterday's commentary, given by Pope Pius XII that reminded Catholics they are never to support a single, solitary exception to the inviolability of innocent human life. Within the allocution is a moving story about a mother who sacrificed her own life in 1905 rather than to kill the child in her womb. The mother’s prayers from eternity won the daughter to whom she gave life shortly before she, the mother, died to the religious life. This is the sort of sacrifice that is foreign to the mind of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, and it unknown to almost all "pro-life" naturalists, including President Donald John Trump, whose Mexico City Policy last year contained "exceptions" that both offensive to truth and actually needless from a medical standpoint.
Mind you, given all that is going on now with the government shutdown and the President's masterful letter to the egregious Nancy Patricia D'Alesandro Pelosi that was simply laugh-out funny (as I told Sharon after reading the president's invitation for Pelosi to fly commercial on her planned excursion at taxpayer expense, "What's she going to do? Take Kabul Air to go into Afghanistan?), I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Trump actually shows up in person at the March for Life and walks with it for a while en route to the Capitol.
We pray in reparation today for the ongoing chemical and surgical slaughter of the preborn in the United States of America and around the world. We pray for the restoration of the Social Reign of Christ the King and of Our Lady, Immaculate Queen, as the fruit of the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
The next original article, which is the long-delayed commentary on the elections of November 6, 2018, and their aftermath, has about seven or eight hours more of work before it is completed. It is my hope to have it published by tomorrow, January 19, 2019, Our Lady's Saturday in Christmastide and the Commemorations of Saints Marius, Martha, Abucham and Audix and of Saint Canute, King of Denmark. It is, however, possible that the article may not appear until Sunday, January 20, 2019, the Second Sunday after the Epiphany and the Commemoration of Saints Fabian and Sebastian. It will not be as long as Catholicism, Not Machiavellianism, Is the Sole Guide to the Just Social Order, but it is very detailed nevertheless.
By the way, this would be a nifty time for those who have the ability to make non-tax-deductible financial gifts to do so. Thank you for your consideration.
Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint Prisca, pray for us.