One of the reasons that I am no longer commenting on everything that the Argentine Apostate, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, says and does is that his Ding Dong School of Apostasy as the Casa Santa Marta inside the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River is that the man is saying and doing nothing other than what he has said countless times before in the past two years since stepping out on the balcony of the Basilica of Saint Peter to begin his masquerade as “Pope Francis.”
Moreover, everything that he has said and done up to this point represents nothing other than recycled revolutionary bilge that many of us heard from various Novus Ordo lecterns as early as the 1970s, and kept hearing in the decades thereafter. My very false, self-serving reasoning at the time was that I was suffering “with” Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ at what I though was Holy Mass; He was not there in His Real Presence. Having had the experience, though, permits me to see Jorge Mario Bergoglio just another “dime store” revolutionary that I had endure within the conciliar structures, including while in seminary, working within a chancery office and then having to interview more than a handful of revolutionaries when writing news reports and commentaries for The Wanderer in the 1990s.
Mind you, the reality that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is nothing other than a dime store caricature or a cartoon of a theological, liturgical, pastoral, political, and moral revolutionary does not detract in the slightest the harm that his wretched, venal, vulgar, coarse, irreverent blasphemer has done in the past two years. Of course not. Jorge Mario Bergoglio is presumed to be “Pope Francis” by all but a very tiny group of mostly warring Catholics, many of whom busy themselves with the latest rumors about each other. What Bergoglio says and does matters because he means to eradicate the last semblance of anything that could be recognized as Catholicism within every single nook and cranny of the conciliar structures.
Bergoglio’s revolutionary agenda has had the benefit of showing where “Saint John XXIII’s” “opening to the world” was meant to lead. There is no pretense of solemnity. There is no use of obfuscation or paradox to mask his Modernism. He has proudly displayed his full credentials as an unreconstructed Modernist, a Chardinian who is on a daily mission to turn his false religious sect into little more than a Saul Alinksy-type “industrial area foundation” group that aims to do some kind of social work while turning a blind eye to the horrors of personal sin, which just happens to be responsible for all of the social problems in the world.
It is only logical, therefore, for Jorge Mario Bergoglio to have used the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria/Paul the Sick’s first public celebration of his Ordo Missae in the vernacular as an opportunity to disparage the Immemorial Mass of Tradition. The glorious Mass of our fathers, which was taught by Our Lord Himself to the Apostles in all of its essential elements in the forty days between His Resurrection on Easter and His Ascension to His Co-Eternal, Co-Equal God the Father in Heaven on Ascension , must be the object of hatred and revulsion on the part of men like Jorge Mario Bergoglio as It enshrined, protected and communicated an immutable Faith that is a rebuke to their consciences. This is why the following “homily,” given by the putative “pope” at the very church where “Blessed Paul the Sick” said his truncated version of the Immemorial Mass of Tradition, which went into effect everywhere in the Roman Rite of the conciliar structures on the First of Advent, November 29, 1964, is very, very relevant to us, especially on the second anniversary of Bergoglio's ascendancy as the chief clown of the conciliar circus that has been “in town,” so to speak, since October 28, 1958, when the Modernist Angelo Roncalli began his own masquerade as “Pope John XXIII.”
Commentary will be offered following a passage or two from the apostate’s remarkable text:
Jesus went to Jerusalem on the occasion of the Jewish Passover. Arriving at the Temple, he did not find people who sought God but people attending to their own affairs: merchants of livestock for the offering of sacrifices; money-changers who exchanged “impure” money bearing the image of the Emperor with money approved by the religious authorities to pay the Temple’s annual tax. What do we find when we go to our churches? I leave you with the question. The unworthy trade, source of rich earnings, aroused Jesus’ energetic reaction. He overturned the benches and threw the money on the ground, and drove out the merchants saying to them: “You shall not make my Father’s house a house of trade!” (John ).
This expression does not refer only to the traffic practiced in the courtyards of the Temple. Rather, it concerns a type of religiosity. Jesus’ gesture is a gesture of “cleansing,” of purification, and the attitude that He repudiates can be drawn from the prophetic texts, according to which God is not pleased with external worship made of material sacrifices and based on personal interest (Cf. Isaiah 1:11-17;Jeremiah 7:2-11). This gesture is a call to genuine worship, to correspondence between the liturgy and life; a call that is valid for every time and also for us today – the correspondence between liturgy and life. The liturgy is not something strange, there, distant, and while it is being celebrated I am thinking of many things, or I pray the Rosary. No, no. There is a correspondence between the liturgical celebration, which I then carry into my life; and on this more progress must be made, there is such a long way yet to go.
Just as Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton continues to be what she has always been and will ever be, a scheming, manipulating liar, Jorge Mario Bergoglio continues to be what he has always been and will ever be, a blasphemer. To seek to use Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’s overturning of the tables and His having used a whip to cast out the moneychangers from the Temple in Jerusalem in order to assert that the liturgical revolutionaries who charted the path that resulted in the full-blown Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service were doing the exact same thing when overturning the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church is demonic. That’s right, demonic. Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a little demon who takes delight in shocking the senses by disparaging all that was held to be sacred and true, good and beautiful prior to the “Second” Vatican Council and its hideous aftermath.
The conciliar revolutionaries have overturned, smashed and burned high altars, consigning them quite literally to the dust bin. They have taken down Crucifixes and images of the Blessed Mother, Saint Joseph and of countless other saints. The Communion Rail that demarcated the line between the sacerdotal, hierarchical priesthood of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from the common priesthood of the non-ordained and the line between eternity, the sanctuary, and time, the nave of the Church, has been removed in most churches under conciliar control. Old churches have been wreckovated with a glee that would have delighted John Calvin and Oliver Cromwell, after whose “simpler, purer” form of liturgical expression the whole hijacked Liturgical Movement was modeled in the early Twentieth Century to our present day.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio hates the Immemorial Mass of Tradition with the same kind of vile hatred as Calvin and Cromwell. Bergoglio is filled with seething hatred of all that reminds him of sin, God’s just judgment on sinners, the eternity of Hell, and the necessity for sinners to amend their lives and then to make reparation for their sins. Every page of Sacred Scripture is used by this demented man as an attack against Catholic Faith, Worship and Morals and against those who hold to the truths of the true Faith as they have been handed down to us from the time of the Apostles by Holy Mother Church, she who enjoys a perpetual immunity from error and heresy.
Well, it is time once again to turn the tables on the master blasphemer and apostate, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, by calling upon two of our true popes to put the lie to the standard revolutionary fare that he served up at the Church of Ognissanti in Rome, Italy, on Saturday, March 7, 2015.
Writing in his first and only encyclical letter, Traditii Humiliate Nostrae, Pope Pius VII, May 29, 1829, prophetically denounced everything that Jorge Mario Bergoglio holds close to his Modernist, revolutionary heart as being true:
3. Although God may console Us with you, We are nonetheless sad. This is due to the numberless errors and the teachings of perverse doctrines which, no longer secretly and clandestinely but openly and vigorously, attack the Catholic faith. You know how evil men have raised the standard of revolt against religion through philosophy (of which they proclaim themselves doctors) and through empty fallacies devised according to natural reason. In the first place, the Roman See is assailed and the bonds of unity are, every day, being severed. The authority of the Church is weakened and the protectors of things sacred are snatched away and held in contempt. The holy precepts are despised, the celebration of divine offices is ridiculed, and the worship of God is cursed by the sinner. All things which concern religion are relegated to the fables of old women and the superstitions of priests. Truly lions have roared in Israel. With tears We say: "Truly they have conspired against the Lord and against His Christ." Truly the impious have said: "Raze it, raze it down to its foundations."
4. Among these heresies belongs that foul contrivance of the sophists of this age who do not admit any difference among the different professions of faith and who think that the portal of eternal salvation opens for all from any religion. They, therefore, label with the stigma of levity and stupidity those who, having abandoned the religion which they learned, embrace another of any kind, even Catholicism.This is certainly a monstrous impiety which assigns the same praise and the mark of the just and upright man to truth and to error, to virtue and to vice, to goodness and to turpitude. Indeed this deadly idea concerning the lack of difference among religions is refuted even by the light of natural reason. We are assured of this because the various religions do not often agree among themselves. If one is true, the other must be false; there can be no society of darkness with light. Against these experienced sophists the people must be taught that the profession of the Catholic faith is uniquely true, as the apostle proclaims: one Lord, one faith, one baptism. Jerome used to say it this way: he who eats the lamb outside this house will perish as did those during the flood who were not with Noah in the ark. Indeed, no other name than the name of Jesus is given to men, by which they may be saved. He who believes shall be saved; he who does not believe shall be condemned. (Pope Pius VIII, Traditii Humiliati Nostrae, May 24, 1829.)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s revolution that he inherited from Angelo Roncalli/John XXIII, Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria/Paul VI, Albino Luciani/John Paul I, Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II, and Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI was centuries in the making. One hundred eighty-six years have come and gone since Pope Pius VIII wrote his prophetic words of condemnation about innovations and those who wish to “raze the foundations. Truly it is that Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis has “conspired against the Lord and His Christ.”
More specifically, though, admitting that Pope Pius XII approved liturgical changes in the 1950s that he did not realize were intended by the men who had conceived of them to lead to the sort of “renewed liturgy” promulgated by Montini/Paul VI on April 3, 1969, our last true pontiff thus far condemned the very liturgical principles and many of the specific plans that became the basis of the liturgy whose profane “reconciliation with the times” is heralded by Bergoglio at every turn, including six days ago now:
The Church has further used her right of control over liturgical observance to protect the purity of divine worship against abuse from dangerous and imprudent innovations introduced by private individuals and particular churches. Thus it came about -- during the 16th century, when usages and customs of this sort had become increasingly prevalent and exaggerated, and when private initiative in matters liturgical threatened to compromise the integrity of faith and devotion, to the great advantage of heretics and further spread of their errors -- that in the year 1588, Our predecessor Sixtus V of immortal memory established the Sacred Congregation of Rites, charged with the defense of the legitimate rites of the Church and with the prohibition of any spurious innovation. This body fulfills even today the official function of supervision and legislation with regard to all matters touching the sacred liturgy.
58. It follows from this that the Sovereign Pontiff alone enjoys the right to recognize and establish any practice touching the worship of God, to introduce and approve new rites, as also to modify those he judges to require modification. Bishops, for their part, have the right and duty carefully to watch over the exact observance of the prescriptions of the sacred canons respecting divine worship. Private individuals, therefore, even though they be clerics, may not be left to decide for themselves in these holy and venerable matters, involving as they do the religious life of Christian society along with the exercise of the priesthood of Jesus Christ and worship of God; concerned as they are with the honor due to the Blessed Trinity, the Word Incarnate and His august mother and the other saints, and with the salvation of souls as well. For the same reason no private person has any authority to regulate external practices of this kind, which are intimately bound up with Church discipline and with the order, unity and concord of the Mystical Body and frequently even with the integrity of Catholic faith itself.
The Church is without question a living organism, and as an organism, in respect of the sacred liturgy also, she grows, matures, develops, adapts and accommodates herself to temporal needs and circumstances, provided only that the integrity of her doctrine be safeguarded. This notwithstanding, the temerity and daring of those who introduce novel liturgical practices, or call for the revival of obsolete rites out of harmony with prevailing laws and rubrics, deserve severe reproof. It has pained Us grievously to note, Venerable Brethren, that such innovations are actually being introduced, not merely in minor details but in matters of major importance as well. We instance, in point of fact, those who make use of the vernacular in the celebration of the august eucharistic sacrifice; those who transfer certain feast-days -- which have been appointed and established after mature deliberation -- to other dates; those, finally, who delete from the prayer books approved for public use the sacred texts of the Old Testament, deeming them little suited and inopportune for modern times.
The use of the Latin language, customary in a considerable portion of the Church, is a manifest and beautiful sign of unity, as well as an effective antidote for any corruption of doctrinal truth. In spite of this, the use of the mother tongue in connection with several of the rites may be of much advantage to the people. But the Apostolic See alone is empowered to grant this permission. It is forbidden, therefore, to take any action whatever of this nature without having requested and obtained such consent, since the sacred liturgy, as We have said, is entirely subject to the discretion and approval of the Holy See.
The same reasoning holds in the case of some persons who are bent on the restoration of all the ancient rites and ceremonies indiscriminately. The liturgy of the early ages is most certainly worthy of all veneration. But ancient usage must not be esteemed more suitable and proper, either in its own right or in its significance for later times and new situations, on the simple ground that it carries the savor and aroma of antiquity. The more recent liturgical rites likewise deserve reverence and respect. They, too, owe their inspiration to the Holy Spirit, who assists the Church in every age even to the consummation of the world. They are equally the resources used by the majestic Spouse of Jesus Christ to promote and procure the sanctity of man.
Assuredly it is a wise and most laudable thing to return in spirit and affection to the sources of the sacred liturgy. For research in this field of study, by tracing it back to its origins, contributes valuable assistance towards a more thorough and careful investigation of the significance of feast-days, and of the meaning of the texts and sacred ceremonies employed on their occasion. But it is neither wise nor laudable to reduce everything to antiquity by every possible device. Thus, to cite some instances, one would be straying from the straight path were he to wish the altar restored to its primitive table form; were he to want black excluded as a color for the liturgical vestments; were he to forbid the use of sacred images and statues in Churches; were he to order the crucifix so designed that the divine Redeemer's body shows no trace of His cruel sufferings; and lastly were he to disdain and reject polyphonic music or singing in parts, even where it conforms to regulations issued by the Holy See.
Clearly no sincere Catholic can refuse to accept the formulation of Christian doctrine more recently elaborated and proclaimed as dogmas by the Church, under the inspiration and guidance of the Holy Spirit with abundant fruit for souls, because it pleases him to hark back to the old formulas. No more can any Catholic in his right senses repudiate existing legislation of the Church to revert to prescriptions based on the earliest sources of canon law. Just as obviously unwise and mistaken is the zeal of one who in matters liturgical would go back to the rites and usage of antiquity, discarding the new patterns introduced by disposition of divine Providence to meet the changes of circumstances and situation.
This way of acting bids fair to revive the exaggerated and senseless antiquarianism to which the illegal Council of Pistoia gave rise. It likewise attempts to reinstate a series of errors which were responsible for the calling of that meeting as well as for those resulting from it, with grievous harm to souls, and which the Church, the ever watchful guardian of the "deposit of faith" committed to her charge by her divine Founder, had every right and reason to condemn. For perverse designs and ventures of this sort tend to paralyze and weaken that process of sanctification by which the sacred liturgy directs the sons of adoption to their Heavenly Father of their souls' salvation. (Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei, November 20, 1947.)
As was well known to believing Catholics in Argentina prior to evening, , Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the very embodiment of everything condemned by Pope Pius XII in Mediator Deion November 20, 1947. His “liberated” form of “presiding” over a liturgy, sacramentally barren as it is, compels him to look for new and more “exciting” barriers to break. This is truly frightening if one considers the fact that he said that the liturgical “renewal” (viz. revolution) has a “long way to go.” Long way to go? To quote Officer Leo Schnauser, played by the late Al Lewis, in “The Biggest Day of the Year” episode of Car 54, Where Are You? (February 17, 1963), “Where? To do what?”
Ah, part of what this means, I believe, is the abject and total prohibition of the Roncalli/John XIIII modernized version of the Immemorial Mass of Tradition that was used universally in the conciliar structures for precisely three years prior to its becoming the “gold standard” for “approved” offerings/stagings of the “Tridentine Mass” by Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II in 1984 and 1988 (after, of course, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre had adopted it in the 1970s once he stopped using the Ordo Missae of 1965). Long way to go?
Time permits me to comment on only one other passage from Bergoglio’s “homily” of six days ago, the one wherein Bergoglio once again disparaged personal piety as he has done on so many occasions, including in Evangelii Gaudium, November 25, 2013. Here is the pertinent passage from last Saturday’s “homily”:
Therefore, the Church calls us to have and to promote a genuine liturgical life, so there can be harmony between what the liturgy celebrates and what we experience in our life. It is about experiencing in life what we have received through faith and what we have celebrated here (Cf. Sacrosanctum Concilium, 10).
Jesus’ disciple does not go to church only to observe a precept, to feel right with a God who must then not “disturb” him too much. “But I, Lord, go every , I fulfil ...,but you don’t involve yourself in my life, don’t disturb me.” This is the attitude of so many Catholics, so many. Jesus’ disciple goes to church to encounter the Lord and to find in his grace, operating in the Sacraments, the strength to think and act according to the Gospel. So we cannot delude ourselves by going into the house of the Lord and “covering” with prayers and devotional practices behavior that is contrary to the exigencies of justice, of honesty and of charity to our neighbor. We cannot substitute with “religious tributes” what is owed to our neighbor, to postpone a true conversion. Worship, liturgical celebrations are the privileged realm to listen to the Lord’s voice, which guides us on the way of rectitude and Christian perfection.
It is about undertaking a journey of conversion and penance, to remove from our life the dross of sin, as Jesus did, cleansing the Temple of narrow interests. And Lent is the favorable time for all this; it is the time of interior renewal, of the remission of sins, the time in which we are called to rediscover the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, which makes us pass from the darkness of sin to the light of grace and friendship with Jesus. We must not forget the great strength that this Sacrament has for Christian life: it makes us grow in our union with God; it makes us reacquire lost joy and experience the consolation of feeling ourselves personally received in the merciful embrace of God.
Dear brothers and sisters, this church was built thanks to the apostolic zeal of Saint Luigi Orione. Fifty years ago, precisely here, Blessed Paul VI inaugurated, in a certain sense, the liturgical reform with the celebration of the Mass in the language spoken by the people. I hope this circumstance will revive in all of you love for the house of God. In it you find great spiritual help. Every time you so wish, you can experience here the regenerating power of personal and community prayer. Listening to the Word of God, proclaimed in the liturgical assembly, sustains you in the journey of your Christian life. Between these walls you meet not as strangers but as brothers, capable of gladly shaking hands, because you are united by the love of Christ, foundation of the hope and commitment of every believer. (Homily at Roman Parish of Ognissanti.)
In this Mass, we confidently clasp Him, Jesus Christ, the cornerstone, renewing our resolution to commit ourselves to purify and cleanse the interior of the Church, spiritual edifice, of which each one of us is a living part by dint of our Baptism. So be it.
Pope Pius XII dealt with such revolutionary fare as follows in Mediator Dei, November 20, 1947:
108. Many of the faithful are unable to use the Roman missal even though it is written in the vernacular; nor are all capable of understanding correctly the liturgical rites and formulas. So varied and diverse are men's talents and characters that it is impossible for all to be moved and attracted to the same extent by community prayers, hymns and liturgical services. Moreover, the needs and inclinations of all are not the same, nor are they always constant in the same individual. Who, then, would say, on account of such a prejudice, that all these Christians cannot participate in the Mass nor share its fruits? On the contrary, they can adopt some other method which proves easier for certain people; for instance, they can lovingly meditate on the mysteries of Jesus Christ or perform other exercises of piety or recite prayers which, though they differ from the sacred rites, are still essentially in harmony with them. (Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei, November 20, 1947.)
“Mass” in the vernacular has helped “the people” to understand the liturgy?
There has been a massive decline of baptized Catholics frequenting the supposed “easier to understand” and “more accessible” liturgy in the vernacular and, of course, a concomitant loss of Faith, even in theoretical sense, of the Real Presence of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, admitting that He is not in any of the Roman Rite churches under the control of the conciliar revolutionaries save for those few instances in which a true priest has offered the modernized version of the Immemorial Mass of Tradition and reserved consecrate Hosts in a tabernacle.
“Mass” in the vernacular has brought about “full, active and conscious” participation” of the faithful in the liturgy? This means, of course, that every truly canonized saint who either offered or assisted at the Immemorial Mass of Tradition were not fully, actively, and consciously participating in the ineffable Sacrifice of Calvary, perpetuated in an unbloody manner by an alter Christus acting in persona Christi.
Everything that Jorge Mario Bergoglio asserted on Saturday March 7, 2015, had been rejected resoundingly by Pope Pius XII as follows:
162. From what We have already explained, Venerable Brethren, it is perfectly clear how much modern writers are wanting in the genuine and true liturgical spirit who, deceived by the illusion of a higher mysticism, dare to assert that attention should be paid not to the historic Christ but to a "pneumatic" or glorified Christ. They do not hesitate to assert that a change has taken place in the piety of the faithful by dethroning, as it were, Christ from His position; since they say that the glorified Christ, who liveth and reigneth forever and sitteth at the right hand of the Father, has been overshadowed and in His place has been substituted that Christ who lived on earth. For this reason, some have gone so far as to want to remove from the churches images of the divine Redeemer suffering on the cross.
163. But these false statements are completely opposed to the solid doctrine handed down by tradition. "You believe in Christ born in the flesh," says St. Augustine, "and you will come to Christ begotten of God." In the sacred liturgy, the whole Christ is proposed to us in all the circumstances of His life, as the Word of the eternal Father, as born of the Virgin Mother of God, as He who teaches us truth, heals the sick, consoles the afflicted, who endures suffering and who dies; finally, as He who rose triumphantly from the dead and who, reigning in the glory of heaven, sends us the Holy Paraclete and who abides in His Church forever; "Jesus Christ, and today, and the same forever." Besides, the liturgy shows us Christ not only as a model to be imitated but as a master to whom we should listen readily, a Shepherd whom we should follow, Author of our salvation, the Source of our holiness and the Head of the Mystical Body whose members we are, living by His very life.
164. Since His bitter sufferings constitute the principal mystery of our redemption, it is only fitting that the Catholic faith should give it the greatest prominence. This mystery is the very center of divine worship since the Mass represents and renews it every day and since all the sacraments are most closely united with the cross.
165. Hence, the liturgical year, devotedly fostered and accompanied by the Church, is not a cold and lifeless representation of the events of the past, or a simple and bare record of a former age. It is rather Christ Himself who is ever living in His Church. Here He continues that journey of immense mercy which He lovingly began in His mortal life, going about doing good, with the design of bringing men to know His mysteries and in a way live by them. These mysteries are ever present and active not in a vague and uncertain way as some modern writers hold, but in the way that Catholic doctrine teaches us. According to the Doctors of the Church, they are shining examples of Christian perfection, as well as sources of divine grace, due to the merit and prayers of Christ; they still influence us because each mystery brings its own special grace for our salvation. Moreover, our holy Mother the Church, while proposing for our contemplation the mysteries of our Redeemer, asks in her prayers for those gifts which would give her children the greatest possible share in the spirit of these mysteries through the merits of Christ. By means of His inspiration and help and through the cooperation of our wills we can receive from Him living vitality as branches do from the tree and members from the head; thus slowly and laboriously we can transform ourselves "unto the measure of the age of the fullness of Christ."
166. In the course of the liturgical year, besides the mysteries of Jesus Christ, the feasts of the saints are celebrated. Even though these feasts are of a lower and subordinate order, the Church always strives to put before the faithful examples of sanctity in order to move them to cultivate in themselves the virtues of the divine Redeemer. (Pope Pius XII, Mediator Dei, November 20, 1947.)
We have suffered the Argentine Apostate’s revolutionary bilge for two years now. Two years. It seems like a lifetime to those of us who have been following him, doesn’t it? Imagine how angry God must be at us for our sins as to visit such a chastisement as Jorge Mario Bergoglio upon us in the role of a figure and precursor of Antichrist.
We have passed the chronological midpoint at Lent before arriving at the little oasis of Laetare on . It will soon be the Feast of Saint Joseph, the Chaste Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the foster-father of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and the Patron of the Universal Church and the Protector of the Faithful. We must beseech Saint Joseph very fervently in these trying days, especially in this month of March, dedicated to him as it is. It is so important to ask Saint Joseph to help restore a true pope to the Throne of Saint Peter and to hasten day when the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary will be made manifest.
Remember, Saint Joseph blessed the crowd in the Cova da Iria on May 13, 1917, as he held the Child Jesus in his holy arms. May we please our holy patron and protector by keeping Our Lady’s Fatima requests in our lives, especially by offering unto the Throne of the Most Blessed Trinity all of the sufferings of the moment throughout the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary as we make reparation for our sins and pray as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits.
To use the words of the late William C. Koneazny once again, “Our Lady will come and throw the bums out.” May our prayers to Saint Joseph now and always help to bring about the day when the bum from Argentina and his cohorts will be thrown out by His Most Chaste Spouse and our dear Blessed Mother.
Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!
Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!
Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, 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.