April 25, 2014, Articles

April 25, 2014, Easter Friday (and the Greater Litanies):

The hour is very late. We have much to do in the next two days, including traveling to express our condolences to my cousins following the death of their mother, my aunt, four days ago now.

One article, Jorge Cooks the Books, was posted yesterday evening. It deals with the now infamous telephone call that Jorge Mario Bergoglio made to Jakelina Lisbona.

The second article for today, Jorge’s The One Who Is As Blind As A Bat, uses Beroglgio’s Ding Dong School of Apostasy attack on supposedly “bind,” “joyless” Catholics to explain how we must weep for our own sins and those of the whole world, including those of the lords of conciliarism themselves.  (Some kind of terrible formatting problem occurred near the end of the article as the last few paragraphs are displayed against a red background, something that I did do by design. It is too late for me to try to repair this now. I will try to do so at some point tomorrow evening, God willing and Our Lady interceding.)

There might be a very brief article tomorrow reviewing some of Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II’s “qualifications” for his conciliar “canonization” in two days. A lot of time this week has been spent on Angelo Roncalli/John XXIII. And it does appear as though Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict may appear with Bergoglio on Low Sunday, April 27, 2014, something that I predicted two months ago might be the case. It remains to be seen whether Bergoglio will let Ratzinger say a few words or to have him “co-canonize” the two conciliar “popes,” something that would be a first for even the conciliar authorities.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

(Yes, gasoline is not cheap. We received two non-tax-deductible financial gifts in the past few days. A few more would be very helpful right now. Thank you.)