I made the mistake at looking at the conciliar Vatican website’s last night, whereupon I discovered that Jorge Mario Bergoglio had spoken about “eternal damnation” at the Casa Santa Marta yesterday morning, Friday, November 25, 2016, the Feast of Saint Catharine of Alexandria. Don’t worry, Bergoglio hasn’t embraced the Catholic Faith. Not even close. This article explains why.
Given the fact that I had have written about Bergoglio’s blathering at a late hour, “Sober Up, part four,” not that too many of you are interested in reading it, that is, will be delayed by a few more days, and the death of the mass murdering Marxist named Fidel Castro, who will likely receive warm words of praise from the “pope of the poor,” requires a bit of attention, of course.
There will be three revised reflections that will be posted by the middle part of the afternoon, and I want to inform readers that I am unable to update the Articles page at this time as there is some kind of technical glitch that prevents me from doing so. I hope to have this resolved soon, but I am entirely dependent upon the expertise of the Catholic gentleman who redesigned the site in July of 2014 and performs updates on the software as needed.
Finally, non-tax-deductible financial gifts are always welcomed. Now is a particularly good time for them. Thank you!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Sylvester the Abbot, pray for us.
Saint Peter of Alexandria, pray for us.