Inspector Jorge Wants To See Documents

This is a very short article concerning one of the answers that Bergoglio gave in his gabfest with reporters while en route back to Rome from the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday, April 16, 2016, and, no, it is not about footnote 351 in Amoris Laetitia, which will be handled in due course in my own continuing series.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

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Jorge's Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men, part four

It will take many more segments to complete this ongoing review of the revolutionary manifesto known as Amoris Laetitia. This is part four.

Get ready for chastisements aplenty as our situation is going to get worse and worse as the conciliar revolutionaries continue their lovefest with sin and those who live in it,

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Pope Saint Anicetus, pray for us

The Conciliar Chair of Disunity and Division

Confusion reigns supreme now in the counterfeit church of conciliarism.

Some “conservatives,” particularly Raymond Leo “Cardinal” Burke, within the structures of the false conciliar sect say that Amoris Laetitia is “non-magisterial” and thus not binding upon Catholics, while others are contending that it is heretical and represents a rupture with Catholic truth.

This is somewhat reminiscent of what the late Father Frederick Schell, S.J., told us on March 11, 2002, as the news of the scandals concerning conciliar clergy were gaining traction in the secular media after having been given much attention in The Wanderer in the 1990s, “I’m just going to sit back and root for both sides” (meaning the media and the “bishops”). As a former friend of mine noted during the Crown Heights riots that took place between August 19, 1991, and August 21, 1991, “In matters of this sort I maintain a policy of strict neutrality.”

We are simply eyewitnesses to the collapse of a “unity” within the false conciliar sect that never existed in the first place as falsehood breeds division, not unity.

Such confusion is the antithesis of what is produced by the Chair of Unity that is the papacy.

Part four of “Jorge’s Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men” should appear by tomorrow morning.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Republished: Why Live in Fear With Saint Joseph So Near?

Today is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph in Paschaltide, a feast that originated under the title of “The Patronage of Saint Joseph” in 1847 by Pope Pius IX before being given its current name in 1911 and then repositioned two years later on the Wednesday following the Second Sunday after Easter by Pope Saint Pius X. This reflection is by way of an annual reminder, slightly revised, to trust in Saint Joseph, the Patron of the Universal Church and the Protector of the Faithful, in these times of persecution by the forces of Antichrist in the world and in the counterfeit church of conciliarism. "Jorge's Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men, part three," was published several minutes ago. A guest commentary by Mr. Timothy A. Duff was posted on Monday, April 11, 2016, the Feast of Pope Saint Leo the Great. Please scroll down for the links. Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us. Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church and Protector of the Faithful, pray for us. Saint Hermenegild, pray for us.

Jorge's Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men, part three

Reviewing the text of Amoris Laetitia again and again to prepare commentaries on it is a truly distasteful task.

This particular commentary focuses on several early passages in the text of this hideous “exhortation to sin, and sin boldly in order to be led ‘gradually’ to the ‘ideal’ of Catholic teaching) that serve as the foundation for the final section of rank moral relativism that could have been written by Protagoras himself.

A blessed Solemnity of Saint Joseph to you all.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

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

By the way, a guest column, written by Mr. Timothy A. Duff, appeared on Monday, April 11, 2016, the Feast of Pope Saint Leo the Great. Please scroll down below for its link.

Jorge's Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men: Another Brief Overview

Work continues on a sustained analysis of various key paragraphs of Amoris Laetitia.

For the moment, however, paragraphs seventy-eight and seventy-nine have been selected to serve as a contrast with a missionary saint and with the teaching of Pope Saint Leo the Great, whose feast is celebrated this very day, about the very nature of the papacy and of the fact that the Catholic Church can never be infected to heresy.

More by late this evening.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Pope Saint Leo the Great, pray for us.

Good Shepherd Sunday Update

Although two guest articles are ready for publication, they are being reviewed by their respective authors for their final approval and subsequent posting.

As for my own work, suffice it to say that all day yesterday, Saturday, April 9, 2016, was spent reading the horrific, insidiously Modernist text of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s Amoris Laetitia with great care. Today, Good Shepherd Sunday, will be spent completing the commentary of part two of my current series, which as noted two days ago will require time to complete. However, I desire to be thorough in the analysis provided as it is not an exaggeration that every page of Amoris Laetitia is infected with Modernism to a greater or lesser extent. It is a truly penitential task to have to spend one's time reading through such a document that consists of sections that could have been written by "Dear Abby" or "Ann Landers" or by Ruth Westheimer. In other words, there is a great deal of Judeo-Masonic naturalism in various parts of Amoris Laetitia.

Thank you for your patience. The next commentary on Amoris Laetitia will be published when it is done, which is likely to be by tomorrow morning, the Feast of Pope Saint Leo the Great.

For the moment, though, here are two wonderful reflections on the meaning of Good Shepherd Sunday  as found in the readings for Matin's in today's Divine Office. The first was written, appropriately enough, by Pope Leo the Great:

Dearly beloved brethren, the days which passed between the Resurrection and the Ascension of the Lord, wore not idly by, but in them were established great Sacraments, and great Mysteries were revealed. In them was abolished the terror of that fearful death, and it was shown that not the soul only, but the body also, will not die eternally. In them the breathing of the Lord on His Apostles shed upon them the Holy Ghost, and the Blessed Apostle Peter, being given the keys of the kingdom of heaven, was chosen out of the rest to receive the chief care of the Lord's fold.

It was during those days, that as two of His disciples were walking together, the Lord Himself joined them, and made Himself One of three companions. Then that, to clear away all shadow of doubt from our mind, He rebuked the slowness of such as still feared and trembled. Their hearts enlightened by faith, caught the flame; and, whereas they had afore been cold, they glowed again as the Lord opened to them the Scriptures. In the breaking of bread their eyes were opened, and they knew Him. And, O, how much happier were they with their eyes opened, and gazing upon the glorification of our nature in His Person, than were the first father and mother of our race, upon whom their own transgression had brought shame!

Amid these and other miracles, while the disciples were still troubled with fearful thoughts, the Lord manifested Himself in the midst of them, and said : Peace be unto you. And lest their reason should be deceived by the vain imaginations which lurked in their hearts, (for they thought that What they saw was a spirit, and not Flesh,) He rebuked thoughts so inconsistent with the truth; and pointed out to the eyes of the doubters the marks of crucifixion which still remained in His Hands and His Feet, and bade them handle Him more closely. Those open Wounds made by the nails and spear in His Body remain ever open to close the wounds in unbelievers' hearts : that we may hold, not with doubtful faith, but with most firm and absolute knowledge, that the Manhood Which lay in the grave is the Same Which now sitteth at the right hand of God the Father. (Pope Saint Leo the Great, First Sermon on the Ascension. As found in Matins, The Divine Office.)

Pope Saint Gregory the Great explained the meaning of the Good Shepherd who is Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ:

Dearly beloved brethren, ye have heard from the Holy Gospel what is at once your instruction, and our danger. Behold, how He Who, not by the varying gifts of nature, but of the very essence of His being, is Good, behold how He saith: I am the Good Shepherd. And then He saith what is the character of His goodness, even of that goodness of His which we must strive to copy: The Good Shepherd giveth His life for the Sheep. As He had foretold, even so did He; as He had commanded, so gave He ensample. The Good Shepherd gave His life for the sheep, and made His Own Body and His Own Blood to be our Sacramental Food, pasturing upon His Own Flesh the sheep whom He had bought.

He, by despising death, hath shown us how to do the like; He hath set before us the mould wherein it behoveth us to be cast. Our first duty is, freely and tenderly to spend our outward things for His sheep, but lastly, if need be, to serve the same by our death also. From the light offering of the first, we go on to the stern offering of the last, and, if we be ready to give our life for the sheep, why should we scruple to give our substance, seeing how much more is the life than meat? Matth. vi. 25. Antiphon at the Song of Zacharias. I am the Shepherd of the sheep: * I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life: I am the Good Shepherd, and know My sheep, and am known of Mine. Alleluia, Alleluia.

And some there be which love the things of this world better than they love the sheep; and such as they deserve no longer to be called shepherds. These are they of whom it is written : But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth . He is not a shepherd but an hireling which feedeth the Lord's sheep, not because he loveth their souls, but because he doth gain earthly wealth thereby. He that taketh a shepherd's place, but seeketh not gain of souls, that same is but an hireling; such an one is ever ready for creature comforts, he loveth his pre-eminence, he groweth sleek upon his income, and he liketh well to see men bow down to him. (Pope Saint Gregory the Great, Fourteenth Sermon on the Gospels. As found in Matins, The Divine Office.)

A blessed Good Shepherd Sunday to you all as we keep praying for the restoration of a true pope on the Throne of Saint Peter.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

 

Epithets, by Mr. Timothy A. Duff

Mr. Timothy A. Duff, who took many years to do a careful correction of the English translation of the Venerable Mary of Agreda’s The Mystical City of God, resulting in the publication of The New English Edition of The Mystical City of God, has given me permission to publish an article he wrote on the way in which many of those who are opposed to sedevacantism use epithets to dismiss even the possibility what appears to be the Catholic Church, she who is the spotless, mystical bride of her Divine Founder, Invisible Head and Mystical Bridegroom, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, but is actually her counterfeit ape.

Work on my next installment of "Jorge's Exhortation of Self-Justification Before Men" is proceeding very nicely. Given the fact that yesterday's brief overview as posted during the overnight hours, however, it is not prudent to continue work on it at this time, shortly after Midnight, on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, although it should be posted by later this afternoon if all goes according to plan.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

The Republican Waffle House on Defending the Innocent Preborn, part two

Although I quite understand that the attention of a relatively small universe of Catholics (small in comparison to the vast numbers of baptized Catholics who are completely detached from the Vatican pronouncements to the extent that what they hear once on the news will constitute the sum total of the “knowledge” that they will ever possess on a given subject) is going to be riveted on the release of the text of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s Amoris Laetitia, time has been taken to complete part two of my current commentary as it is not unrelated to the latest effort by the Argentine Apostate to seek “pastoral integration” for those steeped in unrepentant sins.

Indeed, the concluding part of the commentary makes reference to the simple fact that the false “pontiff” has consistently pulled out the rug from the hapless naturalists of the false opposite of the “right” while reaffirming those of the “left,” including the man who got hot and bothered by the fact that Donald John Trump, a man who is both a product and a victim of the false premises of Modernity, dared to question him about his commitment to the Catholic Church. The untold story of the controversy generated by Trump’s town hall last week is that Matthews was really irritated by Trump’s prosecution of him as a dissenter from Catholic teaching on abortion, and it was in this context that Matthews forced Trump into answering a question about punishment for women who kill babies that he was not prepared to answer.

We live in truly diabolical times, which is why we need to keep close to Our Lady and Saint Joseph as never before.

It is now time to complete my own commentary on the pending “reconciliation” between the Society of Saint Pius X and the Vatican revolutionaries, noting that there is very good information to be found at Novus Ordo Watch Wire. Nonetheless, I do have a few things to score, deciding that it was good to complete the current commentary before doing so. And although it will take me a bit of time, I will have my own commentary on Amoris Laetitia. Such a commentary will posted over the course of a week or so and broken into segments.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

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