Mother Cabrini, Don't Be A Meanie

Although today is the transferred Feast of Saint Thomas the Apostle in most fully Catholic venues, I am republishing a brief reflection on the saintly missionary work of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, who, being a naturalized citizen of the United States of America, is the only citizen of this country to be canonized by a true pope far. It was not possible to re-format this reflection in time for publication yesterday, the Feast of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, given the demands of duties of state and efforts to finalize my forthcoming and sure-to-be blockbuster selling book.

A reflection on the life of Saint Thomas the Apostle, whose transferred feast is observed today in those traditional venues that celebrated the feast of Mother Cabrini yesterday, will be republished shortly. There should be a new article or two posted by tomorrow morning, the Vigil of Christmas.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, pray for us.

Saint Thomas the Apostle, pray for us.

Jorge the Juvenile Delinquent

Perhaps an important key to understanding the increasingly bizarre, out-of-control behavior being exhibited by Jorge Mario Bergoglio as he turned seventy-eight years of age on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Ember Wednesday in Advent, is that he, despite being two years shy of his eightieth birthday, is simply a juvenile delinquent whose charade as "Pope Francis" has permitted him to be unfettered from the constraints that had been imposed upon by various superiors prior to his election on We

Giving Aid and Comfort to Murderers, part two

This article, which was posted well after Midnight this morning, has been revised and expanded in two places.

The Catholic Church teaches us that Communism, although it is the most overtly violent, vicious result of the overthrow of the Social Reign of Christ the King by the Protestant Revolution that was institutionalized subsequent by the collective forces of naturalism that can be termed as Judeo-Masonry, is an evil that must be opposed and that, as noted in part one of this two-part commentary, no one can aid in any way whatsoever. It is impossible to produce "peace" by coming to the rescue of murderous regimes based on Marxism-Leninism just as it is impossible for there to be true peace and social order in nations that celebrate licentiousness in the name of "freedom" and "human rights" while imposing a "soft totalitarianism" that institutes more subtle and/or invisible forms of violence and state control.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

From Luther to Sanger to Ferguson

This is one of those "root causes" commentaries that is not for those who are looking for sound bites as the roots of what caused the rioting in Ferugson, Missouri, three weeks ago now can be traced back to Father Martin Luther, O.S.A., and from down to the days of Margaret Sanger, who sought to eliminate and then control the population of black Americans by means of "birth control." Revolutions against the Divine Positive Law and the Natural Law wind up pitting men against each other after they have been enabled to make more war upon God than would otherwise have been the case by means of their fallen human nature.

It's back to Jorge tomorrow, Ember Wednesday, and that is a penance in and of itself.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saint Eusebius, pray for us.

Soldiers of the Damnation Army

The conciliar "popes" have been and continue to be soldiers in what can be called "The Damnation Army" just as much as the leaders of the other false religions over whom they have fawned so consistently.

No matter their different styles and areas of emphasis, the conciliar "popes," have been apologists in behalf of a false religion. Each false religion is from the adversary and leads only to eternal perdition.

This is a time of profound chastisement. We must keep ever close to Our Lady through her Most Holy Rosary.

A blessed Gaudete Sunday to you all!

An Immovable Foe of Religious Liberty (2014)

This revised article on Saint Lucy was published about an hour after Midnight before disappearing into cyberspace. The revisions had to be done all over again several hours later, thus delaying an original article that serves as a something of a companion commentary.

The saint whose feast we celebrate today, Saint Lucy, resisted all efforts made by the civil authorities to induce her to worship the idols when a suitor, who was angered by her rejection of him after she had given away her riches to the poor, betrayed her as Christian to the pagan officials of the Roman Empire in Syracuse, Sicily at the beginning of the Fourth Century A.D., in the year 304 A.D. Saint Lucy could have saved her life if only she worshiped the idols.

Unlike the conciliar "pontiffs," men who have esteemed the symbols of various and sundry false religions, with their own consecrated hands, Saint Lucy refused to do so and was immovable when taken to a house of sin. She refused even to look upon the vice that was before her. May this immovable foe of religious liberty help us to see more clearly with the eyes of our immortal souls that the Catholic Church cannot be in the least responsible for the abominations and blasphemies and sacrileges and defections from the Faith perpetrated by the counterfeit church of conciliarism. May Saint Lucy, a model of purity and gentleness and grace and courage, help us to see so clearly that we flee to the catacombs where the Faith is protected without any concessions to conciliarism.

A blessed Feast of Saint Lucy to all who are named after this great witness to the Faith, especially my dear wife, who took Saint Lucy as her patron at Baptism, and our dear daughter, Lucy Mary Therese Norma, who has, of course, a special devotion to the virgin and martyr from Syracuse, Sicily.

I ask your prayers also for the repose of the soul of the late Father Salvatore V. Franco, who died on this day twelve years ago now. Father Franco, who suffered from serious heart problems but died of a form of leukemia that he only found out he had weeks before he died, was good enough to offer Sharon and the newborn Lucy and me refuge in his kitchen in Westbury, Long Island, New York, in April of 2002 as he offered the Immemorial Mass of Tradition for us each weekday.

Although I had long before abandoned the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service on Sundays as I moved in "indult" circles, we made the decision to abandon all putative "offerings" of this abominable travesty during the week when Father Franco took ill before he died. Father Franco, who was ordained as a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn in 1953, had a heart attack in 1963 at the age of thirty-seven, an act of God's Divine Mercy that kept him from being immersed in parish life as the conciliar revolution proceeded apace. Father Franco kept active, however, offering Mass and helping souls. We will be forever grateful to him for providing us with the refuge that he did after Lucy's birth. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen. We miss you, Father!

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Lucy, pray for us.

The Americas Belong to Our Lady

Two articles on Our Lady of Guadalupe are being republished today. Each has been slightly revised and, of course, reformatted for posting on this revamped version of In addition to this article, there is also "We Must Be Made As Simple and Trusting" that was published in four parts back in 2010.

Today is a great feast day in the Americas as it was on this day 483 years ago that Our Blessed Mother gave us two great miracles.

Acceding to the demand of Apostolic Administrator [later Archbishop] Fray Juan de Zumarraga, O.F.M., the Mother of God saw to it that Castilian roses grew atop Tepeyac Hill so that her little "Juanito," Juan Diego, a fifty-five year-old widower to whom she had first appeared on December 9, 1531, could provide proof that it was she who had made the request of Fray de Zumarraga to built a shrine in her honor on the hill where she appeared. The administrator's guards, who had treated Juan Diego with such cruelty and even racism, spied those roses and tried to grab them out of Juan's tilma as he waited to see Fray de Zumarraga. The roses, quite miraculously, disappeared every time the guards sought to snatch them away from Juan Diego.

Those Castilian roses were presented by Juan Diego to Fray Juan de Zumarraga, who knelt before the Indian convert to the Faith as he gazed upon the miraculous image that Juanito did not know was there: the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, who was clearly expecting the Baby Jesus. Remember, this was Advent in the year 1531, just forty-nine years after Christopher Columbus first set foot on the Island of San Salvador to implant the Cross of the Divine Redeemer in this hemisphere for the first time since Saint Brendan the Navigator had done so in the First Millennium.

Our Lady's miraculous image showing her expecting the Baby Jesus is quite symbolic of the expectant desire she had then--and has now--for the conversion of the peoples of the Americas to the true Faith, that each person and each nation be born anew as they submit themselves to Christ the King through His Catholic Church. Over nine million indigenous people converted to the true Faith within a short time following her apparition to Juan Diego on this day 483 years ago, almost person for person the number of people lost to the Faith as a result of the Protestant Revolt in Europe. It was almost as though God was saying to those who left, "Fine. I will have My Mother get new souls to populate Holy Mother Church and hence Heaven itself."

The Americas were indeed converted to Catholicism, which is why the devil had to attack the Faith in Latin America with such ferocity by means of the Masonic revolutionaries who were supported in both philosophical and monetary terms by the lodges in the nascent Untied States of America. Great crimes were committed against Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and His Most Blessed Mother as a result. These crimes continue to this day, which is, of course, one of the reasons that Saint Michael the Archangel appeared with Our Lady as she spoke to Juan Diego. Our Lady has crushed the head of the serpent with her heel and Saint Michael the Archangel is our helper to crush him in our own lives and in the Americas where he reigns, albeit temporarily, in civil government and in popular culture.

May we rely upon the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Empress and Patroness of the Americas, to help us to be courageous enough to plant seeds for the conversion of the Americas, including the United States of America, to the Social Reign of Christ the King as It must be exercised by the Catholic Church. Perhaps an extra Rosary today on this glorious feast day will help us to be more faithful and more courageous in our promotion of the Social Reign of Christ the King and Mary our Immaculate Queen.

Viva Cristo Rey!

Viva La Virgen de Guadalupe!

Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!

Finally, please pray for my younger brother (and only sibling), who turns sixty-one years of age today. Our late mother died on March 18, 1982, and our father died on September 5 1992. The years have certainly passed quickly.

Thank you for your prayers. An original article will appear tomorrow, the Feast of Saint Lucy.

May We Be Made As Simple and Trusting

There is a hideous shrine to the Masonic notion of "liberty" that stands in New York Harbor. It is, of course, called the Statue of Liberty, exalted even today by some traditionally-minded priests as a beacon of "hope" and a sign of the "greatness" of the United States of America as a land of liberty.

Nothing New Under Jorge's Sun

Jorge speaks,

There is, however, nothing new under Jorge's sun.

Jorge speaks.

I yawn.

This is a brief commentary on two segments of the false "pontiff's" interview (number umpteen million) with Elisabetta Pique for La Nacion, an Argentine newspaper.

Our Lady of Loreto, pray for us.

Pope Saint Melchiades, pray for us.


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