"Civility," Jeb?

Yet another follow-up on Planned Barrenhood.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

Saints Nazarius, Celsus, Victor, and Innocent, pray for us.

Living in a Completely Post-Legal World

This is a follow-up to “Planned Barrenhood: Evil From Its Very Inceptions.” It is my hope that it gets published this time around!

I am sorry that is taking longer to write these articles. All I can do is what I am able to accomplish as time and my family duties permit, although this particular commentary is hardly of the importance of the one posted on Monday, July 20, 2015, the Feast of Saint Jerome Emiliani, “No Special Privileges?”.

Thank you for your patience.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint James the Greater, pray for us.

Saint Christopher, pray for us.

Good Saint Anne, pray for us.

Update: July 22, 2015: Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene:

As my day yesterday, Tuesday, July 21 2015, the Feast of Saint Praxedes, was spent in what turned out to be a futile effort to retrieve our car, which has been in a repair shop for an entire week now and which I had been told the day before would be ready for pickup, I had to extend a rental car by a day and then run errands for the family that took a long time to complete. Given the fact that my physical strength does not permit me to do the kind of writing that I did “No Special Privileges?”except when circumstances dictate, I will not endeavor to write my follow-up to Planned Barrenhood: Evil From Its Very Inceptions after Midnight on the Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene. I will try to have it complete for you by tomorrow, although thoroughness may require a bit more time.

What I would like to do in the interim, however, is to point out that there is no need to reinvent the wheel concerning the recent statement of a presbyteral aide, “Monsignor” Keith Barltrop, to Vincent “Cardinal” Nichols, the conciliar “archbishop” of Westminster, England, that the counterfeit church of conciliarism takes “no position” about those who have had their bodies mutilated surgically to “change” their gender. This is laughable on its face as the false conciliar church did issue a doctrinal “note” in 2000 to the contrary, something that I pointed out in Mutilating All Truth six months ago now. Nothing is ever stable or secure in the never-never land of coniciliarism.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Mary Magdalene, pray for us

No Special Privileges?

This article was posted shortly before 4:00 a.m. this morning, the Feast of Saint Jerome Emiliani and the Commemoration of Saint Margaret. A reader brought to my attention the fact the first paragraph from Jorge Mario Bergoglio's blasphemous representation of Our Lady in Caacupe, Paraguay, on Saturday, July 11, 2015, Our Lady's Saturday and the Commemoration of Pope Saint Pius I, had not been indented. I thank the reader for bringing this to my attention.

Additionally, unsure as to whether the article had been published at all given the fact that my notebook computer's battery was in the processing of shutting down my work, this article has been published twice, once as it appears here with the question mark in the title as intended and once without the question mark, which is being left up solely because some people may have linked to it, thus avoiding any issues arising from bad links.

This is a very long commentary. It was written to defend the honor and privileges of the Mother of God, whose intercession at the hour of my death is so desperately needed as I know that my sins deserve eternal damnation a matter of strict justice. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and the hour of our death.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Jerome Emiliani, pray for us.

Saint Margaret, pray for us.

No Special Privileges

This article was posted shortly before 4:00 a.m. this morning, the Feast of Saint Jerome Emiliani and the Commemoration of Saint Margaret. A reader brought to my attention the fact the first paragraph from Jorge Mario Bergoglio's blasphemous representation of Our Lady in Caacupe, Paraguay, on Saturday, July 11, 2015, Our Lady's Saturday and the Commemoration of Pope Saint Pius I, had not been indented. I thank the reader for bringing this to my attention.

Additionally, unsure as to whether the article had been published at all given the fact that my notebook computer's battery was in the processing of shutting down my work, this article has been published twice, once as it appears here without the question mark in the title as intended and once with the question mark. Both versions are being left up solely because some people may have linked to it, thus avoiding any issues arising from bad links.

This is a very long commentary. It was written to defend the honor and privileges of the Mother of God, whose intercession at the hour of my death is so desperately needed as I know that my sins deserve eternal damnation a matter of strict justice. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and the hour of our death.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Jerome Emiliani, pray for us.

Saint Margaret, pray for us.

Planned Barrenhood: Evil From Its Very Inceptions

Yet another late/early hour.

The title of this commentary, which is relatively brief, is self-explanatory.

Although I had wanted work Donald Wuerl into this commentary, I will do so in one that will be posted in a few days.

My attention turns now to the sad duty of defending Our Lady herself against Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s continued blasphemy against her as he denies the doctrinal effects of her Immaculate Conception and the singular privileges she enjoys as the Mother of God, privileges that Bergoglio denies are hers.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

Saint Alexius, pray for us.

Shielding Us With Her Love and Care (2015)

We must use the shield of Our Lady of Mount Carmel's Brown Scapular to defend us against all of the attacks of the devil in our lives, especially as we seek to protect ourselves from the contagions of conciliarism, including the insidious lie of false ecumenism.

This great feast today, of course, represents what tremendous love that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has for us by sending us His Most Blessed Mother to give us a sacramental by which we are clothed in the garment of her Brown Scapular, which serves as a particular protection at the moment of death if we have been faithful to all of the conditions of our enrollment. Our Lord has permitted His Most Blessed Mother to give us so many aids to get home to Heaven--the Rosary, the Brown Scapular, the Miraculous Medal, the Green Scapular, devotion to her Immaculate Heart as part of her Fatima Message. We must wear our Brown Scapular of Mount Carmel constantly as we bear witness as best we can that we have been given a loving Mother in Heaven who intercedes for us to live in such a way in this passing, mortal vale of tears that we will always be ready to die and have her pleading for us nunc, et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen."

Let us continue to pray for each other and for Holy Mother Church in this time of apostasy and betrayal as we shield ourselves in Our Lady's garment of the Mount Scapular and pray with fervor and devotion her Most Holy Rosary every day.

A blessed Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel to you you all!

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, pray for us.

Saint Simon Stock, pray for us.

I intended to have a commentary dealing with the recent--but entirely unsurprising--revelations about the butchers at Planned Barrenhood. Work continues on this commentary, whose completion was impeded on the Feast of Saint Henry by a number of things, including getting the news about minivan's repairs (new radiator, new head gasket, rebuilt engine head, new water pump and radiator hoses--little things such as those). All is within the Providence of God. All is accepted with joy and gratitude.

Yesterday's original commentary, "Offend Only By Catholic Truth," can be found below. Just scroll down. Thank you.

Intent on Spreading the Holy Faith

Once again, I want to honor my own Confirmation patron saint, Saint Henry the Emperor, on his feast day.

Saint Henry the Emperor was a superb exemplar of the Social Reign of Christ the King who sought to foster peace among men by promoting the missionary work of Holy Mother Church in parts of central and eastern Europe near the end of the First Millennium. He knew that Catholicism was the one and only foundation of personal and social order, seeking at all times to honor Christ the King and Mary our Immaculate Queen. May we plead with him this day and every day to help us to see the world more clearly through the eyes of the Catholic Faith as the consecrated slaves of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, He Who is the King of every man and every nation on the face of this earth without any exception whatsoever, through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, pray for us.

Saint Henry the Emperor, pray for us.

Saint Cunegunda, pray for us.

(Today's original article, Offended Only by Catholic Truth, was posted around 3:30 a.m. Please scroll below for the link to it.)

Offended Only By Catholic Truth

This is a follow-up to "Words Fail," which was published five days ago now. This is a short commentary,

My revised reflection on my own Confirmation patron saint, Saint Henry the Emperor, will appear later today. It is just too late/early to reformat and revise it at this hour.

Thank you.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

Saint Henry the Emperor, pray for us.

July 14, 2015, Update: Feast of Saint Bonaventure

Yesterday, Monday, July 13, 2015, the Feast of Pope Saint Anacletus and the ninety-eighth anniversary of Our Lady's third apparition to Jacinta and Francisco Marto and Lucia dos Santos in the Cova da Iria near Fatima, Portugal, was supposed to be dedicated to the writing of a follow-up to Friday's commentary about the blasphemous Marxist crucifix that the self-professed socialist, President Evo Morales of Brazil, presented to Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who said on his return flight to Rome from Paraguay, where fourteen pilgrims were bitten by snakes during Jorge's staging of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service, did not offend him at all. Well, it offended God, not Jorge.  Novus Ordo Watch Wire has a very good commentary on Bergoglio's "hermeneuetic" by which he accepted the blasphemous crucifix of the late Father Luis Epsinal as "protest art."

Christ the King, however, does not accept "protest art" that depicts him as being crucified on the very instrument of the murder of hundreds of millions of human beings up to and including this very day. Jorge's "hermeneutic" is just another Modernist device by which something objectively evil can become subjectively "understandable," if not "good."

There is a bit more to say about this whole tragic episode that demonstrates just how removed from the true Faith conciliarism has been from its inception. Bergoglio is simply a manifestation of the perfection of conciliarism's inherent degeneracy.

It was within the Providence of God, however, that I spent a good part of yesterday stranded along a interstate highway with an overheated vehicle, which started to overheat without much warning. The water pump is gone as a matter of certainty. I am praying that a head gasket was not blown or, worse yet, that an engine head has not cracked. I had that happen driving back to New York from Toledo, Ohio, on Saturday, March 11, 1995. It cost nearly $4000 to replace an engine head on a ten year-old Honda Civic hatchback. I shudder to think what the cost of such a repair on a 2008 vehicle might be today.

Look for the next commentary, therefore, tomorrow, July 15, 2015, the Feast of Saint Henry the Emperor, who is one of my own patron saints, although circumstances have required me to arise just hours after this update was posted, meaning that there is a slight possibility of a completed article later this evening.

I am sorry for the delay.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

Saint Bonaventure, pray for us.

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