Jorge’s Just Naturally a Naturalist, part two, is a rather lengthy examination of how the naturalism, which was on fully display during Holy Week in the precincts of the counterfeit church of conciliarism, is just a recrudescence of the the cult of man and the “inner consciosuness” of “divinity” said to be within him that was the handiwork of others in the past, including those whose cause for “rehabilitation” (and, most likely, “canonization”) is either up for consideration or has been accomplished as a matter of fact. There is a lot of new material in this article, which, though lengthy, seeks to explode the righteous “social concerns” of the conciliar revolutionaries as little more than the same sort of pious hypocrisy as demonstrated by Judas Iscariot himself.
It is my hope to have a special page published by tomorrow with a collection of various articles posted on the original Christ or Chaos website that have dealt with the “canonizations” of Angelo Roncalli/John XXIII and Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II that will take place in six days, that is, on Low Sunday, April 27, 2014. There will be an original article to accompany the publication of the page devoted to these travesties.
Finally, there is a little matter about which I have written very little this month, namely, the continued lack of support from the general readership of this site. While we did receive two non-tax-deductible financial gifts that made possible the payment of a backlog of bills and to attend to the purchase of groceries and of tires for our car, there had been precisely two non-tax-deductible financial gifts sent via PayPal this month prior to receiving such a gift from good friends yesterday, Easter Sunday. This situation is what it is, and it is accepted with equanimity as coming from the loving hand of God. It would be nice, however, if those who support the work of this site and have the means to make a small non-tax-deductible financial gift could do so. Information about donating can be found on the Donations page. Thank you.
Alleluia! He is Risen!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Anselm (whose feast is not commemorated today), pray for us.