The Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle was commemorated yesterday, Sunday, January 25, 2015, the Third Sunday after the Epiphany. Suffice it to say that Jorge Mario Bergoglio would be reprimanding Christ the King for seeking the conversion of a faithful Jewish persecutor of Catholics, Saul of Tarsus, rather than engaging in a “dialogue” to “discover” what he believed.
A link is provided above in the text of today’s commentary to a rather extensive review, published on August 11, 2008, of the apostate career of the then sixty-two year-old Father Richard P. McBrien, who died yesterday, January 25, 2015, just twenty-four days after the death of the man he had invited to discourse at the University of Notre Dame in favor of the surgical execution of children as a legally protect “right” that Catholics should not seek to overturn, Mario Matthew Cuomo. McBrien even ran afoul of the “National Conference of Catholic Bishops,” something that is far hard to do so, because of his egregious book, “Catholicism.”
Father McBrien, who supported women's "ordination" to the conciliar "priesthood," caused great scandal when he provided theological cover to pro-abort politicians on a telecast of the American Broadcasting Company's Nightline program on May 15, 1989, following the telecast of the made-for-television motion picture Roe v. Wade. McBrien’s horrific remarks scandalized a Protestant "minister” who appeared on the program with him. The “minister” said the following to (and this is a paraphrase):
"Father, and I will call you that because that is your title, I don't think that Jesus is going to say to all of those politicians who support the killing of babies "well done, good and faithful servant" when they stand before Him next to a pile of dead babies as they are being judged by Him."
Little hope can be held out for this reprobate, who died publicly unrepentant of his support for heresy and evil.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint Polycarp, pray for us.