July 14, 2015, Update: Feast of Saint Bonaventure
Yesterday, Monday, July 13, 2015, the Feast of Pope Saint Anacletus and the ninety-eighth anniversary of Our Lady's third apparition to Jacinta and Francisco Marto and Lucia dos Santos in the Cova da Iria near Fatima, Portugal, was supposed to be dedicated to the writing of a follow-up to Friday's commentary about the blasphemous Marxist crucifix that the self-professed socialist, President Evo Morales of Brazil, presented to Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who said on his return flight to Rome from Paraguay, where fourteen pilgrims were bitten by snakes during Jorge's staging of the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service, did not offend him at all. Well, it offended God, not Jorge. Novus Ordo Watch Wire has a very good commentary on Bergoglio's "hermeneuetic" by which he accepted the blasphemous crucifix of the late Father Luis Epsinal as "protest art."
Christ the King, however, does not accept "protest art" that depicts him as being crucified on the very instrument of the murder of hundreds of millions of human beings up to and including this very day. Jorge's "hermeneutic" is just another Modernist device by which something objectively evil can become subjectively "understandable," if not "good."
There is a bit more to say about this whole tragic episode that demonstrates just how removed from the true Faith conciliarism has been from its inception. Bergoglio is simply a manifestation of the perfection of conciliarism's inherent degeneracy.
It was within the Providence of God, however, that I spent a good part of yesterday stranded along a interstate highway with an overheated vehicle, which started to overheat without much warning. The water pump is gone as a matter of certainty. I am praying that a head gasket was not blown or, worse yet, that an engine head has not cracked. I had that happen driving back to New York from Toledo, Ohio, on Saturday, March 11, 1995. It cost nearly $4000 to replace an engine head on a ten year-old Honda Civic hatchback. I shudder to think what the cost of such a repair on a 2008 vehicle might be today.
Look for the next commentary, therefore, tomorrow, July 15, 2015, the Feast of Saint Henry the Emperor, who is one of my own patron saints, although circumstances have required me to arise just hours after this update was posted, meaning that there is a slight possibility of a completed article later this evening.
I am sorry for the delay.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
Saint Bonaventure, pray for us.