Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s complete hypocrisy and transparent support for members of his fake, phony, fraud hierarchy who share his sympathies for the homosexual collective’s agenda is simply astounding to behold. This wretched little apostate is truly shameless in the way he makes promises to victims of clerical abuse at one time before he refuses to take action against the “episcopal” enablers of such abuse just a short time thereafter.
Here, for example, is what the sixth in the current line of antipopes said on Sexagesima Sunday, February 24, 2019, at the end of the fake, phony, fraud summit on clerical abuse that was held a month ago behind the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River:
5. Strengthening and reviewing guidelines by Episcopal Conferences. In other words, reaffirming the need for bishops to be united in the application of parameters that serve as rules and not simply indications. Rules, not simply indications. No abuse should ever be covered up (as was often the case in the past) or not taken sufficiently seriously, since the covering up of abuses favours the spread of evil and adds a further level of scandal. Also and in particular, developing new and effective approaches for prevention in all institutions and in every sphere of ecclesial activity. (The Wizard of Modernist Obfuscation Has Spoken.)
This is the commentary I wrote about this particular “recommendation”:
This is perhaps the most galling “recommendation” of them all.
The list of conciliar “bishops” who have been guilty of homosexual abuse, whether of children or adults, is very long. One conciliar “episcopal conference” after another around the world has closed ranks behind their own after he has been accused of abusing his office. This was true with Joseph Bernardin when he was accused by Stephen Cook in 1995. This was true with Daniel Leo Ryan in 1996 when Roman Catholic Faithful, Inc., which has resumed its work of ferreting out the abusers in multiple dioceses despite promises of “a relationship” from at least one conciliar “cardinal,” Francis George, O.M.I., in 1997, and threats from lawyers for dioceses and their insurance companies. The conciliar “bishops” did not like have the light shone upon them by Roman Catholic Faithful, Inc., twenty years ago, and they are not going to like it now despite Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s meaningless promises of “strengthening and reviewing “guidelines” by “episcopal” conferences. Too bad.
Blase Cupich, who is under investigation by Roman Catholic Faithful regarding his role in homosexual priestly abuse (nota bene: RCF’s leaders accept the “legitimacy” of “Pope Francis” and the validity of the “bishops” in what we know to be the false conciliar sect that is cannot nor can ever be the Catholic Church), and “Archbishop” Charles Scicluna of Malta have made it clear that there will never be any effort to root out homosexuality within the ranks of the conciliar presbyterate and they even deny that the sin of Sodom has anything to do with clerical abuse:
ROME, February 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Decades of widespread homosexuality in US seminaries had “nothing to do with the sexual abuse of minors,” a key organizer of the Vatican abuse summit said on Friday.
At today’s summit press briefing, LifeSite asked Archbishop Charles Scicluna of Malta, adjunct secretary for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and papal appointee to the summit’s organizing committee, a follow-up to a question posed yesterday by Italian journalist Sandro Magister.
Magister had asked the Maltese archbishop on Thursday why the word “homosexuality” was completely absent from the summit’s opening day — particularly in light of the fact that over 80 percent of clerical abuse victims were post-pubescent boys.
Archbishop Scicluna responded by saying that “to generalize about categories of persons is never legitimate.” He added that both homosexuality and heterosexuality are “human conditions that we recognize, and that exist, but they aren’t something that really predisposes to sin.” (Cupich and Scicluna Deny the Sodomite Subculture in Seminaries Has Anything to do With Clerical Abuse.)
“Human conditions that we recognize, and that exist, but they aren’t something that really predisposes to sin”?
Yes, homosexuality exists because human beings choose to misuse the gift that God has given them for the continuation of the species, but that does not mean that its existence is be respected as something that is normal and thus equivalent to the fact that God made the sexes complementary to each other:
 And God created man to his own image: to the image of God he created him: male and female he created them.  And God blessed them, saying: Increase and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it, and rule over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and all living creatures that move upon the earth.  And God said: Behold I have given you every herb bearing seed upon the earth, and all trees that have in themselves seed of their own kind, to be your meat:  And to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and wherein there is life, that they may have to feed upon. And it was so done. (Genesis 1: 27-30.)
 And the Lord God said: It is not good for man to be alone: let us make him a help like unto himself.  And the Lord God having formed out of the ground all the beasts of the earth, and all the fowls of the air, brought them to Adam to see what he would call them: for whatsoever Adam called any living creature the same is its name.  And Adam called all the beasts by their names, and all the fowls of the air, and all the cattle of the field: but for Adam there was not found a helper like himself.
 Then the Lord God cast a deep sleep upon Adam: and when he was fast asleep, he took one of his ribs, and filled up flesh for it.  And the Lord God built the rib which he took from Adam into a woman: and brought her to Adam.  And Adam said: This now is bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called woman, because she was taken out of man.  Wherefore a man shall leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they shall be two in one flesh.  And they were both naked: to wit, Adam and his wife: and were not ashamed. (Genesis 2: 18-22.)
 This is the book of the generation of Adam. In the day that God created man, he made him to the likeness of God.  He created them male and female; and blessed them: and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created. (Genesis 5: 1-2.)
 Who answering, said to them: Have ye not read, that he who made man from the beginning, Made them male and female? And he said:  For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh.
 Therefore now they are not two, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let no man put asunder. (Matthew 19: 4-6.)
Although homosexual temptations are not sinful in se, they are unnatural and disordered, and it is altogether opposed to right reason for anyone to admit that one can base his self-identification on the basis of a propensity to be attracted unnaturally to a person of the same gender. There is no such thing as a “homosexual person,” only a human being who has chosen to believe himself to be such because of an unnatural attraction.
God has given the generative power to man to continue the species as a husband and a wife join together to die to self to form a wedded union in Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to use the gift that is theirs in a manner befitting redeemed creatures. God has not given the generative power to man so that he can debase and pervert its use. There is no moral equivalency between the proper, chaste use of the generative powers and any kind of illicit, whether natural or unnatural, of them, and for “Archbishop” Charles Scicluna to speak so casually about these powers in a manner that makes it appear that God approves of both and has even created people to be homosexuals is a blasphemous offense against truth.
Remember, Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s first instinct is to protect his friends who are accused of either being clerical abusers themselves and/or failing to act against such abusers and of simultaneously attacking those who accuse them of such behavior. The Casa Santa Marta within the Walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River is a veritable “who’s who” of his pals who have been whisked away from their posts, usually for unspecified “health reasons,” once they become the subjects of investigation into their unseemly behavior. Bergoglio does not believe that sodomy is a sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance and he does not believe that sodomite behavior between “consenting adults” is problematic, which is why the abuse of power by “bishops” and seminary rectors to groom seminarians and young men into their lives of perversity is not being discussed at a conference that he, Bergoglio, has chosen to limit to the “protection of minors.” Men such as Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Rene Cupich, Reinhard Marx, Jaime Tagle, Joseph Tobin, James Martin, et al. believe that we cannot see the lavender elephant that is in the room with them at all times. (Jorge the Wizard of Modernist Obfuscation Has Spoke--and Said Nothing.)
Well, to call the mind the stock phrase of the fictional Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C, “Surprise, surprise, surprise, Sergeant Carter,” Jorge Mario Bergoglio has shown that he never means what he says when it comes to holding those who enabler clerical abusers accountable:
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis has declined to accept the resignation of French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin as archbishop of Lyon after he was convicted of failing to report a known predator priest to police, the Vatican said Tuesday.
The decision greatly disappointed abuse survivors, given that Barbarin had traveled to the Vatican on Monday to present his resignation following the March 7 verdict and six-month suspended sentence he received.
The Vatican spokesman, Alessandro Gisotti, said Tuesday that during the audience, Francis didn’t accept the resignation and instead asked Barbarin to do what he thinks is best for the archdiocese. Barbarin has decided to take time away and has asked his deputy in Lyon, the Rev. Yves Baumgarten, to assume leadership of the archdiocese, Gisotti said.
“The Holy See repeats its closeness to victims of abuse, to the faithful of the archdiocese of Lyon and the French church who are living in a particularly difficult moment,” Gisotti said.
The French court found that Barbarin had an obligation to report the Rev. Bernard Preynat to civil authorities when he learned of his abuse. Preynat, who is scheduled to be tried on sexual violence charges next year, confessed to abusing Boy Scouts in the 1970s and 1980s. His victims accuse Barbarin and other church authorities of covering up for him for years.
Barbarin has appealed the conviction, which could have influenced Francis’ decision to not immediately accept his resignation. Francis has been loath to take such measures lest they influence the outcome of trials.
But the decision nevertheless left French abuse victims disillusioned, particularly given Francis’ recent comments about ending cover-ups that he pronounced at the end of a high-level Vatican summit last month.
Bertrand Virieux, a victim and co-founder of the association La Parole Liberee (Lift the Burden of Silence), told France Info radio he doesn’t understand Francis’ decision and doesn’t expect anything anymore from the church.
He noted the disconnect between the “strong words pronounced a few weeks ago that might have given hope to victims and to those who want some change within the church” and “the daily reality in the church.”
Another victim, the president of the association Francois Devaux, called Francis’ decision a mistake.
“It shows that we are right and that the problem is inherent to (religious) dogma,” he told French media.
Last year, Francis reluctantly accepted the resignation of one of his key supporters, Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl, after he was implicated in cover-ups from decades ago.
The cases were revealed by a Pennsylvania grand jury report. Wuerl was never criminally charged, but he determined he could no longer effectively lead the archdiocese after he lost the trust of his priests.
Francis also accepted the resignation last year of Philip Wilson, archbishop of Adelaide, Australia, after he was convicted of covering up abuse. Wilson’s conviction was reversed on appeal, but he had already been replaced. His future status is unclear. (Fake Pope Nixes French Archlayman's Resignation after cover-up conviction.)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a hypocrite.
He obfuscates the truth when speaking about clerical abuse in order to get himself some “good press” before he goes about his business of protecting his pals who are one with his own Girondist/Bolshevik revolutionary agenda. Remember, he’s got a number of his pals who have been enablers of clerical abusers are holed up with him inside the walls of Casa Santa Marta. However, he is not in the least bit reluctant to remove “bishops” such as Rogelio Liviares and Robert Finn, each of whom deserved to be removed (Liviares, who was the conciliar “bishop” of Ciuadad del Este in Paraguay for his role in protecting and enabling Father Carlos Urrutigoity’s Society of Saint John—see Still No Excuses For Those Who Defend The Society of Saint John and Urrutigoity: The Legal Filings—and Finn, who was the “bishop” of Kansas City-Saint Joseph, Missouri, for his indefensible protection of a clerical purveyor of child pornography, “Father” Shawn Ratigan—see Just A Hypocritical Farce From Beginning to End) because each had a devotion to the modernized version of the Immemorial Mass of Tradition that is tolerated within the conciliar structures under the terms of Summorum Pontificum, July 7, 2007, and had brought in communities to offer/stage it.
Fake popes make fake promises.
Consider the empty words and fake promises made nine years ago by Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s fake, phony, fraud predecessor, Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, after the issuance of the Murphy Commission’s report about clerical abuse in Ireland:
For my part, considering the gravity of these offences, and the often inadequate response to them on the part of the ecclesiastical authorities in your country, I have decided to write this Pastoral Letter to express my closeness to you and to propose a path of healing, renewal and reparation.
It is true, as many in your country have pointed out, that the problem of child abuse is peculiar neither to Ireland nor to the Church. Nevertheless, the task you now face is to address the problem of abuse that has occurred within the Irish Catholic community, and to do so with courage and determination. No one imagines that this painful situation will be resolved swiftly. Real progress has been made, yet much more remains to be done. Perseverance and prayer are needed, with great trust in the healing power of God’s grace.
At the same time, I must also express my conviction that, in order to recover from this grievous wound, the Church in Ireland must first acknowledge before the Lord and before others the serious sins committed against defenceless children. Such an acknowledgement, accompanied by sincere sorrow for the damage caused to these victims and their families, must lead to a concerted effort to ensure the protection of children from similar crimes in the future.
As you take up the challenges of this hour, I ask you to remember “the rock from which you were hewn” (Is 51:1). Reflect upon the generous, often heroic, contributions made by past generations of Irish men and women to the Church and to humanity as a whole, and let this provide the impetus for honest self-examination and a committed programme of ecclesial and individual renewal. It is my prayer that, assisted by the intercession of her many saints and purified through penance, the Church in Ireland will overcome the present crisis and become once more a convincing witness to the truth and the goodness of Almighty God, made manifest in his Son Jesus Christ. . . .
I also propose that a nationwide Mission be held for all bishops, priests and religious. It is my hope that, by drawing on the expertise of experienced preachers and retreat-givers from Ireland and from elsewhere, and by exploring anew the conciliar documents, the liturgical rites of ordination and profession, and recent pontifical teaching, you will come to a more profound appreciation of your respective vocations, so as to rediscover the roots of your faith in Jesus Christ and to drink deeply from the springs of living water that he offers you through his Church (pJoseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, Pastoral Letter to the Catholics of Ireland, March 17, 2010.)
The conciliar documents and the barren liturgical rites of FathersAnnibale Bugnini and Ferdinando Antontelli and Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini/Paul VI have contributed to a mindset among priests and presbyters in the conciliar structures that has minimized the horror of personal sin. Ratzinger/Benedict's exhortations to priestly holiness nine years ago were laudatory. Such holiness must be founded on a firm rejection of sin, whose horror is barely mentioned in even the Latin editio typica version of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service.
Without identifying the individual, I received a note nine years ago from a reader who explained that a vocation director in a Midwestern diocese encouraged him to engage women of ill-repute to "break down" his "rigidity" and to read a certain magazine that was started by the late (and now rather warm) purveyor of smut for the mob named Hugh Hefner. The conciliar "bishop" in the diocese disagreed with the prescription for the employment of the women of ill-repute but did endorse the "reading" of Hefner's pornographic rag.
Although there are "conservative" "bishops" in the conciliar structures who have indeed attempted to maintain some sense of the horror of personal sin even though they endorse explicit classroom instruction in matters pertaining to the Sixth and Ninth Commandments in full violation of Pope Pius XI's prohibition of said instruction, it is not at all uncommon for conciliar 'bishops" to lack any sense of the horror of sin, including sins against nature, and this is precisely the result of four decades of the conciliar ethos at work in its false liturgical rites and its false spirit that has convinced so many in the clergy and laity alike that "everyone goes to Heaven." Ratzinger/Benedict not only failed to understand this, he prescribed the conciliar documents and liturgical rites as part of the "solution" to a problem that has a good of deal of its proximate roots in the conciliar ethos itself. Jorge Mario Bergoglio simply wants to put "bad" news behind and concentrated on really "important" matters such as climate change and open borders.
Moreover, officials in the conciliar Vatican have consistently stonewalled members of the conciliar clergy and laity who brought their concerns to them directly in their offices in and around the Vatican itself, something that Ratzinger/Benedict nowhere mentioned in his 2010 pastoral letter to the Catholics of Ireland as he blame of the Irish "bishops" for their refusal to deal adequately with "child-abusers" while simultaneously refusing to accept responsibility for failing to act on the entreaties that were made to him personally by members of the clergy and the laity from throughout the world.
Other members of the conciliar curia, including Dario Castrillon "Cardinal" Hoyos, had portfolios presented to them by prominent priests concerning the corruption of various "bishops." The late Father John A. Hardon, S.J., personally brought a presbyter-victim of the corrupt, disgraced "Bishop" Daniel Leo Ryan of Springfield, Illinois, to meet with "Cardinal" Hoyos in 1997 at a time that the latter was the "pro-prefect" of the conciliar Congregation for the Clergy.
No action was undertaken against Ryan at all, who had been protected by many of his brother "bishops" in the United States of America until some of his other victims were on the verge of filing a lawsuit against him. It was only then that officials in the conciliar Vatican forced Ryan's resignation on October 14, 1999.
Another case involved in the 1990s involved a conciliar pastor who had a dossier on his diocesan "ordinary." The "ordinary" was engaged in natural vice, the pastor alleged. He had copious documentation that he brought with him, leaving copies of that documentation in every dicastery imaginable. The result? The "ordinary" was permitted to retire at the normal age at least fifteen years later.
As I have pointed out time and time again, it was the case long before Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s “election” on March 13, 203, that officials in the conciliar Vatican have overseen the appointment of the "bishops" who have protected the sodomites and who have sought to browbeat the faithful. Only those who have been proved beyond any shadow of a doubt to have been personally morally corrupt and abusive have been removed. The rest, including the likes of Roger "Cardinal" Mahony, whose archdiocese has had to pay out close to $1 billion in settlement monies to victims of perverted priests and presbyters, are being allowed to remain in power until they reached retirement age. No censure. No public penalties.
Now, to be sure, five Irish “bishops” had tendered their resignations in late-2009 before Antipope Benedict XVI’s pastoral letter. Three of these resignations were accepted while two were rejected. A sixth resigned in 2011 while citing “health reasons.”
One, John Magee, the conciliar “bishop” of Cloyne, who was the former private secretary to Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini/Paul VI Albino Luciani/John Paul I and, for a brief time, Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II:
(CNN) -- An Irish bishop resigned amid a Catholic church sex abuse scandal, apologizing in a statement Wednesday for any abuse that occurred in his diocese.
Bishop John Magee of the diocese of Cloyne said he tendered his resignation to Pope Benedict XVI on March 9.
"I have been informed today that it has been accepted, and as I depart, I want to offer once again my sincere apologies to any person who has been abused by any priest of the Diocese of Cloyne during my time as bishop or at any time," Magee said in a statement posted on the diocese Web site.
"To those whom I have failed in any way, or through any omission of mine have made suffer, I beg forgiveness and pardon."
Child abuse by Catholic clergy in Ireland has become such a widespread scandal that the pope addressed it in an unprecedented pastoral letter to Irish Catholics.
Benedict said he was "truly sorry" for the abuse. The pope addressed the crisis that has rocked the Irish Catholic Church in an 18-page pastoral letter, which was made public Saturday.
Critics said the pope did not go far enough in the letter.
The acceptance of Magee's resignation came only days after the pope's letter was published.
The leader of Ireland's Roman Catholics, Cardinal Sean Brady, wished Magee well in a statement, but said he had to focus on the victims of abuse.
"Foremost in my thoughts in these days are those who have suffered abuse by clergy and those who feel angry and let down by the often inadequate response of leaders in the Church," said Brady, who has himself come under fire for failing to report what he learned during an investigation into a priest who became one of Ireland's most notorious child abusers.
Brady was part of an internal Church investigation into Father Brendan Smyth in 1975. He did not report his findings to the police and asked two teenagers who gave him evidence to sign oaths of secrecy.
In the past five years, Ireland's Catholic Church has had three separate outside investigations into child abuse -- both sexual and physical -- by priests, nuns, and staff at Catholic-run institutions such as schools and orphanages.
Four bishops tendered their resignations in the wake of the most recent, the Murphy Report, which found a widespread tendency to cover up child abuse in the archdiocese of Dublin between 1975 and 2004.
Only one of those resignations has been accepted -- that of Bishop Donal Murray on December 17.
The resignation of Bishop Magee is not related to any of the recent statutory reports, said Patsy McGarry, religious affairs correspondent for the Irish Times newspaper.
Instead, it is rooted in an internal church report on child protection practices in his Cloyne diocese in southern Ireland.
In 2008 the Catholic Church's own child protection watchdog, the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland conducted an audit of child protection practices in every diocese in Ireland, McGarry explained.
It found those to be "inadequate, and in some respects dangerous" in Cloyne diocese.
Its findings were published in December 2008, prompting calls for Magee to resign.
Magee did not resign, but he was effectively stripped of his authority in March 2009, when Archbishop Dermot Clifford of the neighboring diocese of Cashel and Emly was appointed "apostolic administrator" of Cloyne diocese.
The Murphy Commission -- which produced the report into the Dublin archdiocese -- is now investigating Cloyne diocese, McGarry said. It is expected to report later this year.
Magee, 73, had been bishop of Cloyne since March 1987, according to the Irish Catholic Bishops Conference. Bishops normally retire at 75. (John Magee resigns as "bishop" of Cloyne.)
Several other Irish “bishops” resigned in the aftermath of the Murphy Commission report.
James Moriarty, the conciliar “bishop” of Kildare and Leighlin, resigned in 2009 immediately after the issuance of the Murphy Commission report as had “Bishop” Donal Brendan Murray of Limerick, although Ratzinger/Benedict rejected the resignations of two auxiliary “bishops” of Dublin, Raymond Field, Eamonn Oliver Walsh, who had tendered them at the same time as had Moriarty and Donal. Another “bishop” named in the Murphy Commission report, Seamus Hegarty, took two full years to offer his resignation in 2011, doing so, however, because of a “serious and progressive illness.” He is still alive at the age of seventy-nine, by the way.
The fake “popes” make fake promises, and none of these fakers, phonies and fraudsters has ever admitted that the underlying cause of clerical abuse and its enabling by the conciliar hierarchy is the systematic recruitment, retention, promotion and protection of homosexuals into their seminaries and thence into their own “episcopal” ranks. A fake religious sect that has fake doctrines, fake teaching on morals, fake pastoral practices and a fraudulent liturgical sect that is an abomination in the sight of the Most Blessed Trinity and is but an instrument of evangelizing its false doctrines.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s protection of the conciliar “archbishop” of Lyon, France, Philippe Barbarin, is standard practice for him, and he is arrogant enough to think that no one is going to notice that his refusal to accept Barbarin’s resignation is in direct contradiction to the nebulous promises he made on Sexagesima Sunday, February 24, 2019, about dealing with enablers of clerical abuse. All is well in Jorge’s mind as long as he can keep promoting his fake religion and keep labeling it as Catholicism.
True, this is all quite obvious.
Writing about the Gospel passage read at Holy Mass on Wednesday in the Second Week of Lent, Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., explained that so few Catholics accept the cross in their own daily lives, and it can be said as well that fewer still accept the cross that is ours to carry in this time of apostasy and betrayal:
This is He that gave His own life in order to appease the anger of the almighty King, and redeem His people from death. It is Jesus, the Son of the new Esther, and the Son of God, who comes forward to humble the pride at Aman, at the very time when this perfidious enemy of ours is making sure of his victory. He goes up to Jerusalem, for it is there that the great battle is to be fought. He foretells to his disciples all that is to happen. He will be delivered up to the chief priests, who will condemn Him to death, and hand Him over to the Roman governor and soldiers. He will be mocked, scourged, and crucified; but He will rise on the third day. The apostles heard this prophecy, for the Gospel says, that Jesus took the twelve apart, in order to tell them these things. Judas, consequently, was present; so were Peter, James and John, the three that had witnessed the Transfiguration of their Master on Thabor, and had a clearer knowledge of His Divinity. And yet, all abandoned Him. Judas betrayed Him, Peter denied Him, and the whole flock fled away in enemies. Not one of them recollected how He Had said that on the third day He would rise again: unless it were Judas, who was perhaps encouraged to commit his crime by the reflection that Jesus would soon triumph over His enemies and be again free. The rest could see no further than the scandal of the cross; that put an end to all their faith, and they deserted their Master. What a lesson for all future generations of Christians! How very few there are who look upon the cross, either for themselves or for others, as a sign of God’s special love!
We are men of little faith; we cannot understand the trials God sends to our brethren, and we are often tempted to believe that He has forsaken them, because He sends them the cross. We are men of little love, too; worldly tribulation seems an evil to us and we think ourselves hardly dealt with, at the very time when God is showering us with the greatest mercy. We are like the mother of the sons of Zebedee” we would hold a high and conspicuous place near the Son of God, forgetting that we must first merit it, by drinking of that chalice that He drank, that is, the chalice of suffering. We forget, too, that saying of the apostle: ‘That we may be glorified with Jesus, we must suffer with Him!’ He, the just and All holy entered not in to His rest by honours, and pleasures; the sinner cannot follow him, save by treading the path of penance. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year, Volume V: Lent, pp. 217-219.)
As we continue to trod the path of penance this Lent, which still has four weeks remaining until Maundy Thursday, April 18, 2019, it is vital to continue to beg Our Lady for the graces to embrace the crosses that come to us in our lives, especially the cross of misunderstanding, rejection and ridicule that we must carry even from our own family members and former friends who consider who us “schismatic” and “heretical” for coming to recognize and to persist in the truth that the conciliar church of conciliarism is fake and that its officials have no mandate from God, no less the power from Him, to teach in His Holy Name and to sanctify souls.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Triumph soon!
Our Lady of the the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Benedict, pray for us.