A reading of this long commentary will reveal why it took so long to complete, including what amounted to over twelve hours of work yesterday, Saturday, August 8, 2015, the Feast of Saints Cyriacus, Largus, and Smaradgus and the Commeroration of the anticipated Vigil of Saint Lawrence the Deacon, into well after two o’clock this morning, Sunday, August 9, 2015, the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost and the Commemoration of Saint John Mary Vianney and the Commemoration of Saint Romanus.
There is a lot of new information in this article, which centers on the Saul Alinsky-soaked atmosphere within the Archdiocese of Chicago into which Blase Cupich, who has been holding forth there as the conciliar “archbishop” since November 18, 2014, has laid full claim to the apostate heritage of Joseph Louis Bernardin, who was himself carrying on the Alinksy alliances that had begun with Samuel Cardinal Stritch and had been institutionalized by Albert “Cardinal” Meyer.
This is a “root causes” article that includes the following passage from an article written in 1987 by the late Monsignor George A. Kelly, Ph.D., that recounts an address that Pope Pius XII gave to the thirtieth general congregation of the Society of Jesus on September 10, 1957, the year before he, our last true pope thus far, died:
“In view of what has gone on recently in Catholic higher education, Pius XII’s warnings to Jesuits have a prophetic ring to them. He spoke then of a ‘proud spirit of free inquiry more proper to a heterodox mentality than to a Catholic one'; he demanded that Jesuits not 'tolerate complicity with people who would draw norms for action for eternal salvation from what is actually done, rather than from what should be done.’ He continued, ‘It should be necessary to cut off as soon as possible from the body of your Society” such “unworthy and unfaithful sons.’ Pius obviously was alarmed at the rise of heterodox thinking, worldly living, and just plain disobedience in Jesuit ranks, especially at attempts to place Jesuits on a par with their Superiors in those matters which pertained to Faith or Church order (The Pope Speaks, Spring 1958, pp. 447-453).”
Does any lay Jesuit revolutionary come to your mind after reading those words?
Yes, I can think of at least one, if not many others, but the one I have in mind is the man who appointed Blase Cupich. That man's name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who is merely the South American version of Joseph Louis Bernardin by way of Pedro Arrupe. the Father General of the Society of Jesus in its conciliar captivity between 1965 and 1983, and scores of other of his Jesuit mentors. So little time, so many heretical Jesuits to name!
By the way, although it took a bit of research, I found Pope Pius XII's entire September 10, 1957, address to the thirtieth general congregation of the Society of Jesus on page 806 of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis (AAS) for 1957, and I have ordered a book containing each of His Holiness's 1957 addresses (the book is a collection of the material that had been published in "The Pope Speaks"). A link to the AAS has been added in the text of this commentary.
A revised reflection about Saint John Mary Vianney will be published shortly.
Thanks again for your patience as it takes longer to produce these articles than in the past.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint John Mary Vianney, pray for us.
Saint Romanus, pray for us.