Jorge "Claps Back" at Salvatore Cordileone and Stands Up for Nancy Patricia D'Alesandro Pelosi and Her Pro-Abort Ilk

Although I am working on another original article that is (surprise, surprise, surprise, Sergeant Carter) turning out to longer and more involved than expected, the time available to me late on Sunday within the Octave of the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Commemoration of Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi at a late hour is very short. This commentary will be incredibly brief.

Jorge Mario Bergoglio is an insidious devil of a lay Jesuit revolutionary dressed up to look like a Successor of Saint Peter. As I noted just one week ago in Not Exactly from the Excommunication Scene in Becket:

Corideleone himself may be one who ends up being punished while the ever “merciful” Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Pelosi get the last laugh before they are condemned for all eternity by Christ the King for their defections from Faith and Morals if they do not convert and repent of their crimes against God and man before they die. (Not Exactly from the Excommunication Scene in Becket.)

Well, it did not take long for Jorge Mario Bergoglio to put his foot on “Archbishop” Salvatore Cordlieone’s neck and jam a cream pie right in his face for having, correctly, of course, forbidden the truly detestable Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro Pelso (R-Sodom by the Bay, PRC—People’s Republic of California, land of limited freedoms, massive restrictions on private property, rampant crime, out-of-control energy costs) from receiving what purports to be “Holy Communion” in the false conciliar sect’s Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical abomination:

Pope Francis on Sunday named as cardinal San Diego Bishop Robert W. McElroy, a Roman Catholic leader who had spoken out against the calls for bishops to exclude pro-choice politicians like President Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion over their stances on abortion. 

The move comes in the wake of San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's announcement earlier this month that he would bar Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion due to her stance on abortion. In naming McElroy, Francis passed over Cordileone, who holds a higher rank

McElroy, one of 21 new cardinals Pope Francis announced Sunday, will be installed Aug. 27 at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, the diocese of San Diego announced. 

The San Diego bishop warned against the idea of denying Communion to pro-choice politicians in 2021, when U.S. bishops were considering altering their policy on Communion, which Catholics also call the Eucharist.

"The proposal to exclude pro-choice Catholic political leaders from the Eucharist is the wrong step," McElroy wrote for the Jesuit magazine America. "It will bring tremendously destructive consequences—not because of what it says about abortion, but because of what it says about the Eucharist."

The bishop warned that "[t]he Eucharist is being weaponized and deployed as a tool in political warfare. This must not happen."

Cordileone, whom Pope Francis passed over, congratulated McElroy on his appointment.

The San Francisco archbishop had previously written to Pelosi, "You are not to present yourself for Holy Communion and, should you do so, you are not to be admitted to Holy Communion."

In a public "letter to the faithful," Cordileone said he took the action "After numerous attempts to speak with her [Pelosi] to help her understand the grave evil she is perpetrating, the scandal she is causing, and the danger to her own soul she is risking."

The Catholic Church's Code of Canon Law states that those who have been excommunicated or who are "obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to holy communion."

Cordileone clarified that his move had "nothing to do with" the leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which would strike down Roe v. Wade, but rather with Pelosi's "advocacy for codifying the Roe decision into federal law—it’s becoming more and more extreme and more and more aggressive."

Despite Cordileone's clear declaration, Pelosi received Holy Communion at the 9 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., last Sunday. (Abortion-Communion controversy: Pope Francis elevates bishop who defended serving pro-choice politicians.)

This is no accident.

Indeed, this is quite by Jorge’s diabolical choice.

The Argentine Apostate has spoken loud and clear by making the egregious Robert McElroy, the conciliar “bishop” of the Diocese of San Diego, a “cardinal” even though McElroy holds a lesser ecclesiastical rank as the “bishop” of a diocese in comparison to the two conciliar metropolitans of California, the supposedly “conservative” Jose Gomez, the conciliar “archbishop” of Los Angeles, and Salvatore Cordileone, the conciliar “archbishop” of San Francisco, neither whom is a “cardinal” within the counterfeit church of conciliarism.

McElroy’s elevation is a slap at “Archbishop” Cordileone and it, most unsurprisingly, places Jorge Mario Bergoglio unapologetically on the side of every single Catholic pro-abortion official, elected or appointed, in public life in the United States of America and throughout the world.

The Modernist fiend from Argentina surely has other tricks up his dirty sleeve, possibly including giving the likes of Blase Cupich in Chicago or Joseph “Nighty-night, baby” Tobin in Newark or John Stowe in Lexington a wink and a nod in the direction of banning Catholics in public life who support the death penalty and/or oppose the invasion of their countries by foreign nations in the name of “immigrant rights” or are opposed to the junk science of “climate control,” although it is quite possible that Bergoglio’s elevation of Robert McElroy to the conciliar “college of cardinals” is all he is going to “say” for the moment. This means he has thrown not only Salvatore Cordileone but Robert Vasa of Santa Rosa, California, and Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, under the proverbial bus for the stands they have taken against administering what purports to be “Holy Communion to pro-abort Catholic pols, who are now emboldened and reaffirmed as never before in the past fifty years.

(Petitions to “Rome,” anyone?)

Quite the sick puppy dog, Jorge Mario Bergoglio is, but quite a clever one, too.

McElroy’s elevation was one of twenty-one (nineteen of which will be antipapal electors) that the false “pontiff” announced as he continues to stack the deck to make it impossible for anyone other than a Jacobin/Bolshevik “progressive” conciliar revolutionary to succeed him once he resigns or after he dies.

Pity the poor folks in the “resist while recognize” land who think that there is some kind of “miracle” awaiting them after Jorge leaves the conciliar seat of apostasy. Pity them as they believe in an illusion without recognizing that the conciliar church is false and that a true pope will be restored to the Throne of Saint Peter by truly miraculous means as, according to Blessed Anna Maria Taigi, the only two “electors” who matter, Saints Peter and Paul, will do so themselves at a time known only to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

Enough of the “communion wars” within the false conciliar sect.

Today, the fifth day within the Octave of the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ, is also the commemoration of Pope Saint Felix I and (in some places) the commemorations of Saint Ferdinand III, King of Leon and Castile, and of our beloved heroine, Saint Joan of Arc.

It is instructive to contrast the chaos, hatred and violence of the present moment that has been engendered in no small measure by conciliarism’s “reconciliation” with the anti-Incarnational Judeo-Masonic principles of Modernity with the example of the King of Castile and Leon, Saint Ferdinand III, a first cousin of Saint Louis IX, who always understood that he had to rule in a manner befitting Christ the King, to whom he would have to make an accounting for his stewardship over his subjects.

King Saint Ferdinand III was born in 1199, precisely one hundred years after the death of his famous ancestor, Rodrigo Diaz—El Cid, and God favored him with many important victories over political rivals in other Spanish kingdoms and, of course, against the Moors themselves. It was King Saint Ferdinand III who captured Cordoba in 1236 for Christ the King and His true Church.

In all conflicts, however, the only thing that mattered to King Saint Ferdinand III was to do the will of God and to restrain his own passions so that everything he did would be of God. He sought only the honor and glory of God, not his own.

Moreover, he sought to establish a just rule of law after he had conquered Seville on December 22, 1248, that was modeled on the one had had promulgated in Toledo. As one can see in the text quoted below, Saint Ferdinand III sought to give honor and glory to the Most Blessed Trinity above all else. He was quite a contrast to the naturalists of the false opposites of the “right” and the “left” today whose minds are but a jumble of erroneous ideas and beliefs and whose souls are readily inclined to surrender to passionate, unrestrained anger and bitterness:

In addition to these plans, the King was simultaneously working, helped by his son Don Alfonso and his twelve councilors, on the great undertaking of unifying the laws. He wanted the Code of Laws of Seville to be finished when the kingdom representatives met.

He prayed much during those days and nights in which he studied, discussed and drew up the immortal document. One of the last discussions dealt with the style that should be used in writing the Code. The King, who was usually more concerned with the content than the language, until then had used the familiar style of daily conversation. His son Don Alfonso and his secretary Father Remondo insisted, however, that this code of law should be written with a great majesty proportional to the importance of the conquered city. “Also, Lord, know that in Rome the popes and the great princes use a higher form of language,” said the secretary.

The King smiles at their insistence, but since he like to follow the advice of prudent men, and the good Don Remondo was very prudent, he pleased him by using the serious and solemn “we.”

The King and his notary were both sitting at their work table, the latter with his pen in his hand ready to write. After a few moments of silent prayer during which he often made a great Sign of the Cross, the noble King of Castile and Leon began to dictate:

In the name of Him Who is the true and everlasting God, Who in one God with the Son and with the Holy Ghost, and one Lord in Three Persons and one in substance; and Who gave us His glory; and if we believe this of Him and in His Son and in the Holy Ghost, then we believe in the true, everlasting god, and we adore the Three Persons, the unity in essence and the equality in the divinity; and in the name of this Trinity with which we begin and end all of the good deeds we perform, we call upon Him to be the beginning and the end of this our work. Amen.”

Don Ferdinand remained suspended for some time in ecstasy, unable to tear his soul from Him Who captivated it whenever He was invoked. Returning to his senses, he continued:

All those who see this document should remember the great benefits, the great graces, the great favors, the great honors and the great happiness granted by Him Who is the beginning and source of all good, to all Christendom and especially to Castile and Leon in the days and the time of Don Ferdinand, who, by the grace of God, is King of Castile, of Toledo, of Leon, of Galicia, of Seville and of Jaen. All should understand and know that the many benefits He gave and showed to us Christians and against Moors are not because of our merits but because of His great kindness and His great mercy, and because of the intercession of the prayers and merits of Holy Mary, whose servant we are, and because,  and because of the help she gave us with her blessed Son, and because of prayers and merits of St. James, whose lieutenant we are and whose standard we carry, and who always helped us to conquer and to do good, and who showed his favor to us and all our sons and our noblemen and our vassals, and all of the people of Spain, He made and ordered and ordained that we who are His knights, and through our labors and with the help and advice of Don Alfonso our first son, and Don Alfonso our brother, and our other sons, and with the help and advice of the other noblemen and our loyal vassals of Castile and Leon we conquered all of Andalusia for the service of God and the expansion of Christianity more generously and completely than it was conquered by any other king or man; and though He honored and showed great favor in the other conquests of Andalusia, we believe He showed us His grace and His favor more abundantly and more generously in the conquest of Seville, which we accomplished with His help and with His power, as Seville is greater and more noble than the other cities of Spain. And because of this, we, the King Don Ferdinand, servant and knight of Christ, because we received so many benefits and so many favors and in so many ways from Him Who is all good, we want, by right and reason, to share those benefits that God granted us with our vassals and with the prelates who inhabited Seville for us; and because of this, we, the King Don Ferdinand, joined by the Queen Dona Joan, our wife, and our sons Don Fadrique and Don Henry, we grant and give this Code of Law and these freedoms expressed in this document.”

He then proceeded to dictate the Code, copied from that of Toledo, which was celebrated by all for the many freedoms it granted. It first declares the rights of those who are knights and grants honors to those having a horse worth fifty marks giving them freedom from the King's service for at least eight months during the year. It continues by stating the privileges that would be enjoyed by those living in the suburb of the Francos, allowing then ample freedom to buy and sell without paying duties and exempting them from standing guard duty which, during those times without permanent armies, the citizens were obliged to serve. Further, they could not be obliged to lend money to the King by force, they were granted the honor of knighthood, and had the duty of forming an army for him on the same conditions as the men from Toledo.

It covers the area of the men of sea, first creating the post of mayor to be held by a man knowledgeable in the matters related the sailors' trade. Their litigation and common offenses were to be judged by the mayors of Seville, but if those involved did not agree with the sentence, the mayor has “to look for six good men knowledgeable in the Code of 'sea laws' and review the litigation with them, notifying the plaintiff of what they believed to be right; and if the plaintiff does not like the judgment agreed upon by the mayor and those six good men, let his appeal to us.” Afterward, it made the same concessions to the sailors as it had to those in the suburb of Francos in respect to selling, buying and trading.

After giving them the honor of knighthood, the code determined the conditions of their service, which reads as follows: “The are obliged to serve the King with their ships and their weapons for three months. If the King needs them for a longer tour, he shall pay them.” This obligation of forming an army on the sea spared them the obligation of serving on land, with the exception that it should be for the town's benefit, in which case they were required to serve with the others. As see, the ships were equivalent to horses in the King's mind, and his son and successor used the same criteria when he says, “The ships are the riding animals of those who go by sea just as the horses are for those who go by land.” It also granted them the right to have a butcher's shop in their suburb with the duties paid by the King.

And lastly, it orders all of the inhabitants of Seville, knights, merchants, and sailors, to pay him ten percent from the gardens and farms on the surrounding lands of the Guadalquiver “as this . . . is our right. And we order that from the bread and the wine and the cattle and from all the other things, you pay your due obligation to the Church as it is done in Toledo.” The code ends by threatening he who dares decrease the freedoms of that code of law with “provoking the wrath of God and my own,” and ordering him to “pay to us and to whoever reigns after us one hundred marks of gold.” (Sister Maria del Carmen Fernandez de Castro Cabeza A.C.J., The Life of the Very Noble King of Castile and Leon Saint Fernando III, pp. 267-270.)

This is the kind of justice lacking in a world that has overthrown the Social Reign of Christ the King. This is the kind of justice that even the conciliar revolutionaries reject precisely because it was based upon the very face of expanding Christendom and of governing according to the teaching of Christ the King as He had revealed Himself exclusively to men through His true Church, the Catholic Church. It is because this kind of justice—Catholic justice according to the mind of Christ the King—is lacking today that once proudly Catholic Ireland has fallen into the abyss along with the rest of the so-called “civilized” world.

It is also instructive to consider the words of Pope Saint Pius X about Saint Joan of Arc when he beatified her:

Pope Pius X insisted in most appealing fashion upon the need for courage on the part of Catholics in the modem world, in the discourse he pronounced on the 13th December 1908 at the beatification of Joan of Arc. To St. Joan’s mind the coronation and anointing of the King of France were ever present, because that anointing did homage to the universal Kingship of Christ and linked up political power with the government of the Lord Jesus. She was the saint sent to remind the world, at the decline of the Middle Ages, of the formal principle of order in the world, the acknowledgment of the Kingship of Christ. The saintly Pope spoke of the heroism of Blessed Joan, and contrasted it with the timidity of so many Catholics in our day: “In our time more than ever before, the chief strength of the wicked lies in the cowardice and weakness of good men . . . All the strength of Satan’s reign is due to the easy going weakness of Catholics. Oh! if I might ask the Divine Redeemer, as the prophet Zachary did in spirit: What are those wounds in the midst of thy hands? the answer would not be doubtful: With these was I wounded in the house of them that loved me. I was wounded by my friends, who did nothing to defend me, and who, on every occasion, made themselves the accomplices of my adversaries. And this reproach can be levelled at the weak and timid Catholics of all countries.” (Father Denis Fahey, The Mystical Body of Christ in the Modern World, pp.269-272; 274- 277.)

The true popes of the Catholic Church fought naturalism. The "popes" and "bishops" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism have embraced "naturalism" by endorsing international organizations bent on global governance and by endorsing (over and over and over again) the errors of religious liberty and the separation of Church and State. Angelo Roncalli/John XIII "opened the windows" of the conciliar church to the world. Behold the refuse that now comes through those open windows as the "bishops" of once totally Catholic Ireland close their eyes to the truth about the European Union in order to endorse an entity that is as opposed to the restoration of Christendom as they are.

Pope Saint Pius X warned of us these days when he condemned the inter-religious spirit of The Sillon, a spirit that is a true governing force of conciliarism itself:

We fear that worse is to come: the end result of this developing promiscuousness, the beneficiary of this cosmopolitan social action, can only be a Democracy which will be neither Catholic, nor Protestant, nor Jewish. It will be a religion (for Sillonism, so the leaders have said, is a religion) more universal than the Catholic Church, uniting all men become brothers and comrades at last in the "Kingdom of God". - "We do not work for the Church, we work for mankind."

And now, overwhelmed with the deepest sadness, We ask Ourselves, Venerable Brethren, what has become of the Catholicism of the Sillon? Alas! this organization which formerly afforded such promising expectations, this limpid and impetuous stream, has been harnessed in its course by the modern enemies of the Church, and is now no more than a miserable affluent of the great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer. (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910.)

We must pray Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary as never before. All manner of ominous forces are at work in the world. We must use Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary to protect us from the forces that seek the loss of our immortal souls for all eternity in Hell as we use this weapon that Our Lady gave to Saint Dominic de Guzman, the founder of the Order of Preachers, to convert men and their nations to the Catholic Faith and to seek the restoration of the Church Militant on earth.

We must not live in fear. While we must, as have the saints of the past, take prudent measures to resist evil wherever possible (and Irish voters do have an opportunity to do this in six days), we should also recognize the fact that major Chastisements are being visited upon us. Worse ones are likely to follow. None of of this, however, should disturb our peace in the slightest as we know that the final victory belongs to the Immaculate Heart of Mary when her Fatima Message for the collegial consecration of Russia is fulfilled by a true pope and all of the world's true bishops.

Remember, the worst thing that can happen to us is die in state of final impenitence, to lose our souls for all eternity. We must, therefore, trust in the tender mercies of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus as we give ourselves unto this Heart of Hearts through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, being willing to suffer whatever calumnies we must as we reject the naturalism of Modernity and the Modernism of the lords of conciliarism, praying their conversion of all of the enemies of the Faith as we attempt to make reparation for our own sins and those of the whole world as the consecrated slaves of Our Lord through that same Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament, pray for us!   

Vivat Christus RexViva Cristo Rey!

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.
Pope Saint Felix I, pray for us.

Saint Ferdinand III, King of Leon and Castille, pray for us.


Saint Joan of Arc, pray for us