With apologies for the delay, caused by some nagging health challenges that are exacerbated by overnight postings of these articles, part three of “Circus Jorge” is hereby presented for your reading pleasure.
The new segment in this ongoing series (yes, I am still working on part eleven of “Polluting the Atmosphere with the Smoke of Antichrist”) provides a bit of context to the sideshow that is taking place at the Aula Paulo Sicko inside the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River at this time.
No, I don’t spend a lot of time on the now-infamous “letter” sent by thirteen (or was that nine—or was it any at all?) “synod fathers” as the whole exercise is as worthy of extensive comment as last night’s “debate” between the five principal contenders for the presidential nomination of the organized crime family or the naturalist “left” or the chaos in the Congressional caucus of the organized crime family of the naturalist “right” as we have reached the point when the foundational errors of Modernism in the conciliar sect and of Modernity in the world have produced caricatures of human beings as representative of their respective false beliefs. This is all smoke and mirrors, my friends, and it is nothing other than that. (And we know from whence the smoke originates, and it is not from Heaven.)
Finally, I will have to create what I have avoided creating on the current format of the site as it was revamped in July of 2014, namely, a donations page. This is necessitated by the loss of a monthly donation that was helping us quite a bit. This loss is within the Providence of God. For the moment, however, non-tax-deductible financial gifts are very much needed as I attempt to find some kind of employment (last year’s employment ended fifty-one weeks ago now).
Two readers in different parts of the world sent donations in the past few weeks with similar messages: “Continue the work of this site.” I desire to do this. To do so, however, requires the financial assistance of more of those who read these articles, agree with them and have the means to make even a modest non-tax-deductible financial gift.
Thank you for your consideration.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Pope Saint Callistus I, pray for us.