May 19, 2014, Feast of Saint Peter Celestine (Pope Saint Celestine V) and the Commemoration of Saint Pudentiana:
How Can Any Believing Catholic Accept Apostates as Catholics, part one was posted in the overnight hours early this morning. A clear indication of such a late-night/early-morning posting is the absence of an introduction to the article. Be advised that the absence of an introduction is meant to convey that I was too spent to do anything other than post an article by itself and to update the Articles Archive page before getting a few hours of sleep.
Today’s commentary deals with the continued celebration of the profane, the ugly, the indecent, the immodest, the perverse and the impure by the lords of conciliarism. That which is based on ugliness of doctrine and liturgy must wind up celebrating ugliness in the world.
Part two should appear by tomorrow morning.
Saint Peter Celestine (Pope Saint Celestine V), pray for us.
Saint Pudentiana, pray for us.