Republished: Saint Nicholas of Myra and Saint Ambrose of Milan: Defenders of the Faith and Foes of Heresy

Saint Nicholas of Myra, whose feast is celebrated today, Wednesday, December 6, 2017, was a Successor of the Apostles who had a generous, loving heart in the pattern of the Most Sacred Heart of the Good Shepherd Himself, Christ the King, but who was also a firm and unequivocal foe of the heretic Arius and his heresy, Arianism.

Go Ahead, Argue with Monsignor Joseph Clifford Fenton

Jorge Mario Bergoglio inserted his infamous letter to the conciliar "bishops" of his native Buenos Aires affirming their "guidelines" for interpreting Amoris Laetitia as the one and only authentic interpreation of his desire to admit those engaged in adultery (or fornication or sodomy) admitted to what purports to be Holy Communion in the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service into his Acta Apostolicae Sedis. Bergoglio even made it part of his "authentic magisterium."

Those within the structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism who think that they can ignore or oppose only their "pope's" teaching have to reckon with the theological judgment of Monsignor Joseph Clifford Fenton concerning the binding nature of what a true pope causes to be inserted into his Acta when he means to clarify some point of doctrine. This is what the heretic from Buenos Aires has done, save for the fact that he is not a true "pope."

A revised article on Saint Francis Xavier, S.J., whose feast was commemorated today, the First Sunday of Advent, will have to wait until later tomorrow or Tuesday.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Peter Chrysologus, pray for us.

Saint Barbara, pray for us.

At the Beginning of Advent

This is a revised Advent reflection.

A revised reflection on Saint Francis Xavier's missionary work should be posted by late tomorrow afternoon. Work proceeds as well with my next original article.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Bibiana, pray for us.

Saint Francis Xavier, S. J., pray for us.

Blessed Edmund Campion, S.J.: A Champion of Catholicism, Not Ecumenism

This is a slight revision of a reflection on the life and martyrdom of Blessed Edmund Campion, S.J., who was tortured and killed on this day, December 1 four hundred thirty-six years ago, that is, on December 1, 1581.

Blessed Edmund Campion was put to death on orders of "not so good" Queen Bess, that is, the wretched Queen Elizabeth I. Blessed Edmund did not give "joint blessings" with Anglican ministers have the conciliar "popes," and it is interesting to note that the  four "cardinals" (two of whom are now dead) whose red hats were said to be in jeopardy for going public with their dubia about Amoris Laetitia never said a word in protest about any of those "joint blessings" and other ecumenical travesties.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Blessed Edmund Campion, pray for us.

Spiritual Resources: Christmas Novena/Immaculate Conception Novena/Miraculous Novena of Grace

Yes, I am still among the living, at least so far. 

Time and physical strength do not permit a recitation of all that has happened in the past few days. Suffice it to say that a colonoscopy scheduled on Monday did not take place because my blood potassium level was too low. Well, I learned that after waiting four hours in a bed while everyone else in a mass assembly line holding area got wheeled into the procedure room. Penance is a great gift! Deo gratias. However, I did have an ultrasound yesterday to take a closer look at supposedly "suspicious" lesions on the liver (and I do not drink alcoholic beverages). Saint Philomena is on the job!

One article is nearing completion and another is in preparation. Thank you for your patience. Thank you also for your prayers.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Andrew the Apostle, pray for us.

Jorge's Affinity For Those Who Deny The Catholic Faith

This article is more or less a follow-up to the commentary that was posted on Saturday, November 25, 2017, the Feast of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. A republished reflection on today’s Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal was published a few moments ago.

Today is being given over to the endoscopy/colonoscopy that was rescheduled from Friday, November 17, 2017, the Feast of Saint Gregory Thaumaturgus, to today because of the heart catheterization that I underwent on Thursday, November 16, 2017, the Feast of Saint Gertrude the Great. The CT-Scan of the abdomen and pelvis taken on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, the Feast of Saint Albert the Great, showed a few irregularities, some of which were called “suspicious” by the radiologist, and it confirmed that I did break a lumbar vertebra when I fell on July 18, 2017, the Feast of Saint Camillus de Lellis.  Penance is the only path to Heaven.

Thus, my good readers, I may not have another article for you until Wednesday, November 29, 2017, the Vigil of Saint Andrew. I ask for your prayers today. Saint Philomena is on the job, I am sure.

Finally, we now have a rather expensive ornament in our driveway as our minivan’s broken transmission is unlikely to be repaired for some time. I would appreciate your prayers so that money can be raised to repair it as we still have over three years of payments left on the vehicle. Thank you.

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, pray for us.

Saint Catherine Laboure, pray for us.

On The Feast of Our Lady of Miraculous Medal: In Ways That Baffle The Minds of Modern Men

Although not on the General Roman Calendar, today, Monday, November 27, 2017, is the Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Although not observed universally on a mandatory basis, this feast is is nevertheless an important one to commemorate as this powerful sacramental is yet another sign of the love that pours out from the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the hands of Our Lady, she who is the Mediatrix of All Graces, despite our own ingratitude and infidelities.

This reflection was written in 2010 and published in two parts. It was two years ago now that it was combined into one part and revised slightly in a few places.

An original article will be published shortly after this republished reflection.

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, pray for us.

Saint Catherine Laboure, pray for us.

Unlike The Conciliar "Popes," Moses Did Not Make "Nice Nice" With Idolaters

The "time stamp" for today's new article bears the date of November 23, 2017, but the commentary is being posted early on the morning of the Feast of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Work on the article began two days ago. However, a few nagging health probems--and the unexpected failure of our minivan's transmission to do anything other than grinding souls (which is requiring me to raise funds privately)--did not permit me to complete the article until shorty after Midnight this morning, November 25, 2017.

The title of this new article is pretty self-explanatory.

As the hour has gotten much later than I would like and am need of sleep, I want to inform two correspondents who extended greetings on my sixty-sixth birthday yesterday that I will reply to them later today. A follow-up article of sorts to this present commentary should appear tomorrow, the Twenty-fifth and Final Sunday after Pentecost and the Commemoration of Saint Peter of Alexandria and, in some places, Saint Leonard of Port Maurice.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Catherine of Alexandria, pray for us.

Republished: Pope Saint Clement I: Model of Catholic "Rigidity"

Although I am writing a new article, a little delay was caused when our dilipidating 2008 Chrysler Town and Country minivan's transmission died after 200,000 miles of use. This what the ancients would call a problem. I call it penance. All to thee, Blessed Mother. All to thy Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart. Jesus, Mary and Joseph, we love you. ave souls.

In the place of a new article, though I offer you a very brief republished commentary on the work of Pope Saint Clement. 
 
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us. 
 
Pope Saint Clement I, pray for us. 
 
Saint Felicity, pray for us.

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