Saint Francis Xavier: Catholic Fundamentalist

Although two days after the feast day, this is a revised reflection on the life and the tireless apostolic work of the great Jesuit missionary and one the original members of Saint Ignatius of Loyola’s Company of Jesus, Saint Francis Xavier.

The title of the revised article reflects the disparaging term that Jorge Mario Bergoglio used to compare believing Catholics with modern-day faithful, believing Mohammedans who take the words of the blasphemous Koran seriously by committing acts of wanton murder against “infidels.” Saint Francis Xavier worked tirelessly for the conversion of those who belonged to false religions. Then again, he was a true Jesuit priest. Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a lay Jesuit revolutionary masquerading as a “pope.”

The work is going very slowly. Check back again tomorrow as I hope that the next original article will be published by then, the Second Sunday of Advent and the Commemoration of Saint Nicholas.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Francis Xavier, pray for us.

Saint Peter Chrysologus, pray for us.

Saint Barbara, pray for us.

Saint Sabbas, pray for us.

December 1, 2015, Update:  Prayer Request for the Repose of the Soul of the late +Father Robert E. Mason, R.I.P.

As I am in the process of recovering from hernia repair surgery yesterday a superb surgery center which is operated on Catholic principles and staffed by physicians, surgeons, nurses and administrative personnel who treat patients as human beings and not cash cows, I must get some rest prior to driving back to my family.

I did, however, want to ask the readers of this site to pray for the soul of my dear friend, the late +Father Robert E. Mason the Pastor Emeritus of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park, New York.

Father Mason, was born on September 24, 1931, the Feast of Our Lady of Ransom, was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Brooklyn on June 2, 1956, and his first assignment was at Saint Aloysius Church in Great Neck, New York, and it is there that I met him three months later when I entered Kindergarten at Saint Aloysius School. His love of prayer, especially before the Most Blessed Sacrament, his tender love for and filial devotion to Our Lady, and his pastoral zeal for souls, exhibited by hearing confessions for many consecutive hours, inspired many children at Saint Aloysius School. (The Diocese of Rockville Centre, which consists of the Counties of Nassau and Suffolk on Long Island, was created out of the Diocese of Brooklyn on April 6, 1957. Father Mason became a priest of the new diocese at that time.)

Father Mason also had a great love for baseball, which he would play in the boys’ schoolyard during recess and after school hours. That very habit of playing baseball, usually dressed in a blue sweater, impressed one young boy enough to say the following when asked by other children on his school bus what he wanted to be when he grew up: “I want to be a priest just like the one who plays baseball with the boys.” I did not know this young boy at the time as he was ahead of me nor of what he had said at the time in the late-1950s. It was in 2014, though, that the boy, then sixty-four years of age, related the story to me. That boy has been known since June 29, 1978, as Father William Jenkins, who, unbeknownst to me prior to 2012, was a year ahead of me at Saint Aloysius from 1956 to 1959 before his family moved to Pennsylvania. It is a very small world.

Father Mason touched thousands of souls over the course of his fifty-nine years, five months, twenty-three days of priestly life, returning to the Mass he had offered in the early years of his priesthood after his retirement in 2007, after suffering mightily under “Bishop” John Raymond McGann in 1983 in a series of events that I have discussed before on this site.

I kept in close contact with Father Mason over the years, also sending him packages of articles from this site, and visited with him last on Friday, July 27, 2012, when we were back on Long Island for a few days.

Father Mason had quintuple bypass surgery in 1997, and was hospitalized again in 2010 with more heart problems. No, he did not see the full picture of the state of the Church Militant on earth in this time of apostasy and betrayal, but he sees it in eternity.

Father Mason is survied by his brother, Donald Mason, who suffers very badly from osteoperosis. Indeed, Father was assiduous in providng care for his brother even after his own bad fall in September.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.

May his soul and all of the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

I will write a fuller reflection about Father Mason and his many sufferings within the Diocese of Rockville Centre  within the next week after completing an article that I began writing on Sunday about the killing spree of Robert Lewis Dear at a killing center run by Planned Barrenhood in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Murderous acts committed by men such as Robert Dear, which in this instance resulted in the death of a pro-life Protestant police officer, a married man who was the father of young children, have been few and far between in the nearly forty-three years of “legal” baby-killing on a national level (and longer in several states), and they only wind up generating sympathy for Planned Barrenhood and its own murderous, exploitative.

The despicable crimes of Robert Dear, however, no more invalidate the truth about the American genocide of the preborn, whether by chemical or surgical means, than the bad example of a Catholic invalidates the truths of the Holy Faith. Truth does not depend upon human acceptance for their binding force and validity. Truth is. It is exists, and the truth is that Planned Barrenhood does the work of the devil, which is why we must pray for the conversion of all involved in its bloody “services” to women. We pray also, of course, for the repose of the souls of those killed and the consolation of their families.

There is much work for me to do after I return home from the city where the surgery center is located. As the surgery went very well, I might have that next article posted for you by Wednesday morning, followed by one about Bergoglio’s saying that the ban of the use of a certain type of contraceptive device does not matter, a belief that marks him as a support of the Anglican sect’s Lambeth decision of 1930, not Casti Connubii, which was issued by Pope Pius XI on December 31, 1930, in direct opposition to the Anglican sect’s permission for the use of contraceptive by married couples in some circumstances.

Let’s say this all together now:

Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a heretic.

I want to thank those of you who prayed for the success of my surgery. I greatly appreciate your prayers. Thank you so very much.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

As Advent Begins in 2015

This is a revised and expanded reflection on the season of Advent that began with First Vespers this evening, November 28, 2015.

A blessed Advent to you all.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Catherine Laboure, pray for us.

Saint Andrew, pray for us.

Bowing Down Yet Again To Those Who Hate Christ the King, part two/Polluting the Atmosphere with the Smoke of Antichrist, part eleven (the end)

Another overnight posting, focusing on a thus far little publicized cessation of the cause for “canonization” of the late Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac. Jorge Mario Bergoglio has no affinity at all for the arch-anticommunist who suffered persecutions by the Nazis and by the Communists in Croatia between 1937 and 1960 as the late Cardinal Stepinac was an opponent of everything that Bergoglio believes and is proselytizing anew in Africa.

There should be one more original article published before I have hernia repair surgery on Monday, November 30, 2015, the Feast of Saint Andrew, as well as three revised commentaries.

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, pray for us.

Saint Andrew, pray for us.

Saint Catherine Laboure, pray for us.

Republished: In Ways That Baffle the Minds of Modern Men

Thursday, November 27, 2014, is a Ferial Day on which the Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal may be observed. Although this feast is not observed on the General Roman Calendar of the Catholic Church, it is nevertheless an important one to observe as this powerful sacramental is yet another sign of the love that pours out from the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the hands of Our Lady, she who is the Mediatrix of All Graces, despite our own ingratitude and infidelities.

This reflection was written in 2010 and published in two parts. It was a year ago now that it was combined into one part and revised slightly in a few places.

Work proceeds on the next new article, which should be done later today once commentary on some of the transcribed passages is completed The new article covers a lot of ground, including Jorge's present trip to Nigeria.

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, pray for us.

Saint Vigilius, pray for us.

The Green Jorge Arrives in Africa

Jorge is in Africa while I try to complete the transcription of text that will be used in a fairly long article.

This new article, however, focuses on the speech that Bergoglio gave upon his arrival in Kenya, that was based in his Judeo-Masonic pantheism.
With hernia repair surgery scheduled for Monday in a distant city, it is my intention to complete three more articles in the next few days. The patience loyal readers have exhibited thus far will be needed in coming weeks as I convalesce from the upcoming surgery.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Sylvester the Abbot, pray for us.

Saint Peter of Alexandria, pray for us.

Jorge Channels His Inner Stalinist Yet Again

Like the fictional Uncle Joe Carson on an old television show, things are moving “kinda slow” these days insofar as the production of articles is concerned. All I can do is to apologize for the slow pace of articles, a pace that will slow even more once hernia surgery is performed in a week or two to address a worsening of symptoms rather than deal with them on an emergency basis.

This particular commentary is about Bergoglio’s address of three days ago in which he issued yet another warning about admitting “rigid” men to conciliar seminaries. Yes, this is pretty old hat and standard revolutionary stuff out of the mouth of the Argentine ideologue. Given all that has happened since his “election” thirty-two months, ten days ago now, however, I thought it appropriate to address the matter again, providing comparisons between the likes of Bergoglio and the practices of psychiatric abuse within the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics that stigmatized political dissenters as mentally ill.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us

Pope Saint Clement I, pray for us.

Saint Felicity, pray for us.

Father Miguel Agustin Pro, pray for us.

Steer Clear of the Vatican

At a very early hour after three days away from the computer earlier this week, this new commentary, which includes some reflections on today’s Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is based upon an alert issued by the United States Department of State warning Americans to steer clear of the Vatican because of possible terrorist attacks. Although issued for the wrong reasons, this alert offices excellent advice: believing Catholics should and must steer clear of everything do with the conciliar robber barons, men who do not possess the Catholic Faith in all of Its Holy Purity and Integrity.

Included in this commentary is a very interesting passage from Pope Pius II’s address to the Congress of Mantua in 1459.

This site was down for a few hours this morning into the early part of the afternoon as a result of a problem with the server company (which is different than the hosting company), As you can see, the problem has been fixed. A few things have been added to this commentary since its posting around 3:20 a.m.

A blessed Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to you all.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

In Almost Every Familly

As I noted early Monday morning, family duties required me to be away from the computer for a few days, although I did have some interesting experiences while taking care of those duties that are not unrelated to the news of the day.

While there is much happening in the counterfeit church of conciliarism and in the world of Modernity that is agitating many people (and I will have a few commentaries on these events in the next few days), we must remember that we are living in times that require of us fervent prayer, especially by means, if possible, of Eucharistic piety, and by means of Our Lady’s Most Holy Rosary as we beg for the graces to preserve and to defend the Catholic Faith as the only basis for order in our souls and in the world. Men must fall into the abyss without the true Faith, without which they cannot scale the heights of personal sanctity or attain salvation.

The most powerful enemy we face today is the adversary, who simply uses those in the world and in the conciliar church as his tools just as he tries to deceive us into thinking that we can “do” things on a naturalistic level without reference the Cross of Christ the King, Our Divine Redeemer, or publicly invoking the Holy Name of Mary. We must defeat the entreaties of the adversary to work his way upon our own souls, therefore, by means of fervent prayer as we express our gratitude to the good God for giving us the supernatural aids to do supernatural combat in the very time of salvation history that He has known for all eternity would be ours.

I am republishing a very brief reflection on Saint Elizabeth of Hungary before resuming writing in a few hours.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, pray for us.

Pope Saint Pontianus, pray for us.


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