June 22, 2014, Article

June 22, 2014, Sunday within the Octave of Corpus Christi (the Second Sunday after Pentecost):

Although I am going to get to other work this coming week, the conciiarists keep getting in the way of my doing so.

Today’s article is a follow-up to Friday’s article, Where the Absurd Is A Normal Way of Life. The current article, The English and Irish Martyrs Died for This?, serves principally as a reference resource to demonstrate the logical progression of false ecumenism with the Anglican sect into a morass of gooey syncretism. None of this can come from the Catholic Church. None of this has ever been sanctioned by any true pope or any of Holy Mother Church’s twenty true councils.

Apostasy is here. Do you care? Can Holy Mother Church give us a little bit of truth and lots of error or lots of truth and a little bit of error? Never! She is the spotless, virginal Mystical Spouse of her Divine Founder, Invisible Head and Mystical Bridegroom.

Tomorrow’s article will be a review of yet another “unofficial” and “non-binding” statement of the International Theological Commission, which works as an intergalactic satellite of the Conciliar Congregation for the Desrtuction, Deformation and Deconstruction of the Catholic Faith,  that will be cited endlessly as part of the “official” and “binding” teaching of the counterfeit church of conciliarism. This new statement is a redefinition of the sensus fidei that the conciliar revolutionaries meant to destroy and replace with a synthetic sense of the faith. The new statement is merely an apologia for what is already a fait accompli: a new sensus fidei for a new religion with new liturgical rites and new pastoral practices and new canon law.

Finally, I ask your prayers today for my fellow classmates from the Class of 1969 of Oyster Bay High School as it was forty-five years ago today that our graduation took place. I remember many of my classmates in my prayers each day. The passage of time and the divisions that been wrought by the forces of Modernity and Modernism have seen once close friendships come to an end or simply just fade away.

All of that really does not matter, though. What matters is to pray that all of those whom God’s Holy Providence has placed in our lives will be converted to the true Catholic Faith before they die so that they can persist in the bosom of Holy Mother Church to the point that they are called to make an accounting of their lives at the moment of their Particular Judgment. We must be making constant preparations ourselves for that fearful moment.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Paulinus of Nola, pray for us.