March 20, 2014, Thursday in the Second Week of Lent:
Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith reviews some very revealing statements made within the past few days by Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s surrogates, including the Father General of the Society of Jesus in conciliar captivity, who said in Tokyo, Japan, last week that “religion is first of all very much more like this musical,” something with which Bergoglio concurs entirely.
Also included in the new article is a commentary by Bergoglio’s advisor on Judaism of the relationship of the counterfeit church of conciliarism with those who adhere to the Old Covenant and some very interesting comments on the infallibility of a canonizations offered by Angelo “Cardinal” Amato, the prefect of the conciliar Congregation for the Causes of the Saints. It turns out that none other that the then Joseph “Cardinal” Ratzinger declared in a “doctrinal note” in 1989 that canonizations belong to those doctrines “infallibly proposed” in a “definitive” manner by the Catholic Church. This means that those in the “recognize but resist” movement who want to reject the forthcoming “canonization” of Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II must first deconstruct their “pope of Tradition’s” “doctrinal note.” Nice work if you get it, huh?
This is a very substantive article.
Yes, I will return to the tedious, miserable work of reviewing Bergoglio’s first year. However, there are two other articles, including one on Crimea and Ukraine (see, I did not use “The Ukraine” this time although it’s what we used to say regularly from the 1950s until the the 1990s” when “Ukraine” became the preferred name) and one on the nearly universal triumph of the lavender collective.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
(Here is a listing of recent articles in case you have missed them: