This is a slightly revised tribute to our glorious Saint Patrick, Bishop and Confessor, whose work in behalf of the conversion of the Irish clans from paganism stands in very sharp contrast to the obeisance that has been paid by the conciliar “popes” and their “bishops” to every false religion and pagan superstition imaginable.
It was to wipe out paganism that Saint Patrick spent his life as a missionary to the Emerald Isle, that land of Saints and Scholars which has fallen back into paganism in no small measure because of the false doctrines and sacramental barrenness of the liturgical rites of the counterfeit church of conciliarism.
Saint Patrick stands ready to convert each one of us away from our own sins if only we beg his intercession to help make us saints, especially now during Passiontide.
We are privileged to have a relic of Saint Patrick that is venerated each night before sleep. This relic was given to us most unexpectedly by a reader some years ago now, perhaps as long as eight or nine years ago. Please be assured that we will include the intentions of each one of our readers in mind as venerate this relic of Saint Patrick this evening.
A blessed Feast of Saint Patrick to you all!
Oh, yes, I am in the process of uploading two video presentations. The first, which is uploaded, is thirty minutes of length. The second is about fifty-five minutes long. I decided not to break up the continuity of the second recording once I realized that the YouCam software, which has an odd way of filming a reverse (or mirror) image that distorts reality, permitted me to go longer than thirty minutes.
The subject matter of the videos? Simply to reinforce what has been written on this site endlessly, namely, that it is impossible to fight naturalism with naturalism. One can only fight naturalism and all of its attendant evils with Catholicism. In other words, the videos are not fit viewing for those who have permitted themselves to become agitated the theater of the absurd that is an American electoral campaign.
Links to the two videos will be provided in a special update in about an hour.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Patrick, pray for us.
An original article should appear tomorrow, March 18, 2016, in addition to a revised reflection on the Feast of the Seven Dolors of Our Lady in Passiontide.