With gratitude to the relatively few people who access this site, here is the commentary on which I have been working for most of the past six days, including all day yesterday, Thursday, January 31, 2019, the Feast of Saint Ignatius of Antioch, into the early hours of today, Friday, February 1, 2019, the Feast of Saint Ignatius of Antioch and the First Friday of the month of February. It took over two hours just to format this commentary for posting on this site after the text had been completed.
This new commentary is very long (over eighty pages in single-spaced, twelve-point Times New Roman font in a Word document) and contains links to many news stories, commentaries and some of my own articles.
One of the things that I have not done in recent days is to access any other Catholic websites as I especially wanted to compose my own commentary, which is included in Part VIII, on Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s non-answer to a stupid question that was posed to him by Fraulein Lena Klimkeit of the German Press Agency (DPA) without being influenced by anyone else’s writing. Additionally, I wanted to concentrate on my own response to Timothy Michael Dolan’s comments and newspaper column without reading the work of others apart from the initial news stories about them.
The commentary is broken into the various parts after a brief introductory text:
I. Sin and Illegal Immigration
II. Using Civil Law as the Cloak for Injustice and Political Revolution by the “Educated” (Robert Mueller and Roger Stone)
III. Conciliar Officials Enable Killers in Public Life (the New York Baby-Killing Law and Like Efforts in Vermont and Virginia)
IV. Timothy Michael Dolan Prefers More of What Has Failed: “Dialogue” With the Catholic Merchants of Death
V. The Conciliar Echo Chamber of Making a Moral Equivalency Between Baby-Killing, Illegal Immigration, Protecting the Environment and the Death Penalty (Timothy Michael Dolan’s New York Post column)
VI. Not Politicians or Cultural Warriors, Timothy Michael Dolan?
VII. VII. The Time of Persecution is Upon Us (Nathan Phillips, Covington Catholic High School Students, Roger Joseph Foys, John Stowe, the Epistle of Saint Jude)
VIII. Jorge Emphasizes the Emotive, Not Objective Truth
IX. Conclusion: With a Firm Reliance Upon and A Confident Trust in Our Lady’s Intercessory Power
Yes, I suppose that I written a small book, and it is my specific intention to publish as such (along with three other commentaries on this site) as the long-postponed second volume of “Restoring Christ as the King of All Nations.”
Also, Mrs. Randy Engel, several of whose articles are referenced in the body of this new article, has sent out link to a new article in Chiesa Viva about the link between Opus Dei and Carlo Maria Vigano. Mrs. Engel also informed me that one of Opus Dei’s numeraries, José María Martínez Sanz, was recently sentenced to an eleven-year prison term for his perverted abuse of minors that took place at school at the Colegio Gaztelueta in Lejona, Vizcaya, Spain (those fluent in Spanish may read the story at Condenado a 11 anos de prision un profesor de un colegio del Opus de Biakaia por abus sexuales.)
Well, I think that I have given you just a little bit of reading material. Thus, if you will not mind, apart from republished commentaries and an occasional news article as time permits, I am going to concentrate on getting out a few books as overt persecution is around the corner, so to speak, and websites such as this one may not be permitted to exist for too many years longer.
Finally, yes, we are still in need of non-tax-deductible financial gifts from those who have not made any recently.
Thank you for your patience.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Ignatius of Antioch, pray for us.