Jorge's Guide for Clerical Deformation: Textbook Modernism

The false "pontiff" addressed the priests and presbyters of Rome (Italy, not New York) seventeen days ago.

This is a brief word or two about the Argentine Apostate's textbook Modernism that he represents as a guide to "clerical formation."

Yesterday, March 18, 2017, was the thirty-fifth anniversary of the death of my mother, Norma Florence Droleskey, in her beloved Corpus Christi, Texas, at the age of sixty-one years, twelve days. She had been diagnosed with stomach and esophageal cancer just seven weeks before her death. 

I had intended to write a brief reflection about my mother prior to her death. My recent illness prevented me from doing so, and I have been waiting to receive family photographs that I have not seen in a quarter century since my late father's death on September 5, 1992, although it does not appear that I am going to get them anytime in the near future. 

Suffice it to say for the moment, though, that it is so hard to believe that my mother died thirty-five years ago. Please do pray for the repose of her immortal soul.

Yesterday was also the tenth anniversary of Father Daniel Johnson, the pastor of Saint Mary by the Sea Church in Huntington Beach, California, for over twenty-five years, and the ninth anniversary of the death of Mrs. Theresa Colgan, the mother of a friend of ours who had been a student of mine at Saint Francis College in Brooklyn, New York, during the 1985-1986 academic year. Please pray for their souls as well

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

 

 

Jorge's Program of Eternal Warming

Although the subject of Jorge's Band of Theological Racketeers Legitimize Paul Ehrlich two months ago, the Pontifical Academy of Science's conference on "Biological Exinction" was as bad as advertised.

Indeed, the Argentine Apostate himself is reported to have said that families must be limited in their size if parents cannot raise their children "properly." 

This is but a brief response to such apostasy, which doubts the providential care of God for His rational creatures and deifies the earth while making man its slave.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Patrick, pray for us.

Saint Patrick: Apostle to the Emerald Isle

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 ten 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! 

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Patrick, pray for us.

Everyone Loses When Our King Reigneth Not Over Men and Their Nations, part two

Although still battling the effects of a flu-like illness that has served as a very good Lenten penance, the entirety of yesteday was spent completing his commentary, which is once again aimed at reminding the readers of this site that no country will know lasting prosperity at home or security from other nations if its leaders and citizens are steeped in unrepentant Mortal Sins of one sort of another, up to and including those that cry out to Heaven for vengeance.

There is a good deal of documentation in this commentary, which is why it took the length of time that it did to complete it while slogging through the recent penances. Part three of this series will appear in a few days after I give Senor Bergoglo a little anniversary greeting of sorts tomorrow or Thursday.

Finally, I extend a public note of gratitude to the four people who provided us with non-tax-deducitble financial gifts in the past five days. I do hope that more might join their ranks very soon. 

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Pope Saint Gregory's Advice to Shepherds and to Us All

As I have been ill with a flu-like sickness that has turned into a very penitential cough that keeps me up most nights, work on the next original article, which is still being written, is proceeding a less than a snail’s pace. It is, though, my hope to complete it today before turning attention once again to the Argentine Apostate, whose fourth anniversary of accession to the conciliar seat of apostasy and betrayal occurs tomorrow, March 13, 2017.

Today, Sunday, March 12, 2017, the Second Sunday of Lent and the Commemoration of the Feast of Pope Saint Gregory the Great. A slightly revised version of a reflection on Pope Saint Gregory the Great that was written in 2010 is offered to the readership today. May we pray to the illustrious Pope Saint Gregory the Great for the restoration of a true pope on the Throne of Saint Peter.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Pope Saint Gregory the Great, pray for us.

Saint John of God: Understood by God Alone

This article in honor of Saint John of God, whose feast is celebrated today, was written seven years ago now. A lot of hard work went into its completion. I believe it to be one a piece that will give great consolation to those who have not as of yet read it.

Saint John of God was little understood during his life. It was the case that even his longtime spiritual director, Saint John of Avila, who knew him fairly well, did not understand his decisions. Saint John of God suffered from all manner of slanders and even beatings in his life. He suffered slanders even up to the point of his own death. It was enough for him to be understood by God. It should be enough for us as well, especially during this time of apostasy and betrayal when so many of us are misunderstood and castigated by relatives and friends and acquaintances as being "outside of the Church" for our refusal to make any concessions to conciliarism or its false shepherds. We should be grateful that we are as misunderstood and hated and calumniated as was Saint John of God!

Work now resumes on part two of  , which was posted a little over twelve hours ago now. 

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint John of God, pray for us.

Everyone Loses When Our King Reigneth Not Over Men and Their Nations, part one

This commentary, which is being divided into two parts, could not have been completed unless time was spent into the overnight hours to do so. Thus it is that this introduction must be very brief as I am not entirely recovered from the case of the flu that has laid me pretty low in the past five days. The sickness is, of course, a wonderful gift given me by the good God to do extra Lenten penance for which I am very grateful. It is still better this than Purgatory in 2017!

Part of one of this two-part series focuses on some of the fireworks taking place in city designed on a Masonic pattern and built upon swamp land from territory ceded by the Commonwealth of Virignia and the State of Maryland, and it is yet an other reminder that everyone loses when Our King, Christ the King, reigneth not over men and their nations.

A revised reflection on the life of Saint John of God will be posted this afternoon before resuming work on part two of this commentary.

Finally, four people were kind enough to respond with non-tax-deductible financial gifts when a brief mention of the need was made five days ago now. Their generosity is appreciated and has been acknowledged in private notes. It is still the case, though, that we need more such assistance. Although the pace of the work has been slowed, articles such as this one take time to compete. I simply ask those who support the work of this site and have the financial wherewithal to make a non-tax-deductible financial gift to do so, especially those who have not made one thus far. Thanks so much.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint John of God, pray for us.

Saint Thomas Aquinas:Angelic Pillar and Champion of the Catholic Faith

This is a wholly inadequate reflection on the life and the work of Saint Thomas Aquinas, which has been revised slightly this morning after my connection to the internet was restored (it was in a "degraded" condition for several days).

This refection contains the late Father Peter Gallwey's description of selective Scripture citation and individual interpretation that applies perfectly to the conciliar revolutionaries, including Jorge Mario Bergoglio.

As I remain under the proverbial weather because of what has turned out to be a rather extended illness these past few days, work on the next article has been slowed (and it was not helped by the internet outage either). I hope to have it posted by late this evening. 

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Thomas Aquinas, pray for us.

Jorge Reaffirms Those Living Lives of Moral Dissolution

Yes, another overnight posting.

This commentary concerns Jorge Mario Bergolio’s recent deconstruction of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’s plain words concerning the indissolubility of the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony. Commentary is also provided about the false “pontiff’s” efforts to “quietly” show “mercy” to clerical abusers whose guilt has been established beyond any question. The Argentine Apostate has no horror of personal sin, which is why is hellbent on reaffirming those who persist in their sins unrepentantly.

May God have mercy on us all in this time of apostasy and betrayal.

As the hour is late and I am fighting a serious flu-like illness for the second time in three weeks, all I have the strength to do now is to ask readers who are able to make a non-tax-deductible financial gift to do so. Unexpected expenses, including the trip to the chiropractor four days ago, have eaten up what little funds we had left after paying bills, some of which were paid only because of the regular help provided by six or seven readers, including one just yesterday.

The statistics on You Tube show that over there have been over 250 views of part one of “No Catholicism, No Social Order.” Although I realize that some of those views might be the result of one or more people accessing them more than once, it certainly would be quite nice if even half of those who have viewed the videos would donate between five and ten dollars at this time. (Yes, I continue to search for employment.)

Thank you for considering this rather urgent request.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

 

Memento Homo, Quia Pulvis Es, Et In Pulverem Reverteris!

[Although I meant to write "pulvis" in the title and the text of this reflection, I wrote "pulveris," only noticing the error when resuming work on my next commentary a short while ago this evening, Ash Wednesday. I looked at that title and said to myself, "I couldn't have done this." To quote the late Richard "Red" Skelton, "I dooed it." Mea culpa!]

Our annual Lenten journey into the desert has commenced anew. Deo gratias!

This is the time of penance. This is the time to withdraw from the world. This is the time to be earnest about relying upon the ineffable graces that were won for us by the shedding of every single drop of the Most Precious Blood of Our Divine Redeemer, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, during His Passion and Death and that flow into our sous through the loving hands of His Most Blessed Mother, she who is the Mediatrix of All Graces.

This period of six weeks, four days until Easter Sunday (six weeks, three and one-half days until the Easter Vigil) is nearly one-ninth of an entire calendar year. May we beg Our Lady to help us make the best Lent of our lives as we do not know if it will be our last. Indeed, we do not know whether we will live to see Easter Sunday in this life on Sunday, April 16, 2017.

Although the next commentary for this site is still being written, we had to go for chiropractic treatments on Monday, something that ate up almost all of the daylight hours and the little bit that remained of our financial means for the coming. As I was in a particularly bad way with arthritic lower disc disease, the trip for the treatments was a necessity as writing for long stretches has been very difficult lately. This is, of course, a great penance, and I accept it as such.

Additionally, this site was down last night. I did not know it at the time, but the hosting company was doing an update. This prevented me from doing necessary work to save a formatted copy of the next commentary, which deals with some of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's recent words and deeds. Only some, mind you. Only some, but even that requires a lot of work.

 

Thank you for your patience. The work continues, and I am also working on four different book projects while I continue the work for this site.

Our Lady of Dolors, pray for us.

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