What started out as a four part series has turned into five parts. Attention will be turned after the publication of part five to the Argentine Apostate’s doing what I had predicted two years ago would turn out to be the case: complete vindication for the revolutionary coven known as the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR). See “Francis the Feminist,” published on April 10, 2013, as it is listed on the Articles page of this website. (I am sorry. I simply cannot provide hyperlinks in the introduction to my new articles without having to create a new page, and the hour, which is now past three o’clock, Eastern Daylight Saving Time, is too late to do such a thing.)
Part four of the continuing series picks up where part three left off concerning the babbling of naturalists concerning what they would do when faced with going to a “marriage ceremony” between two persons of the same gender engaged in perversely unnatural acts in violation of the binding precepts of the Divine Positive Law and the Natural Law.
Two quick matters, though.
A very kind reader, Mrs. Teresa Gauvin, wrote to me about a week ago now to inform me of the wonderful news that she has taken up herself to reprint “Behold Thy Mother,” the book of prayers devoted to Our Lady of Sorrows that was published by the Servites in 1949. Not surprisingly, the latter-day Servites were not interested in republishing the book, but they did give her permission to do so herself. I will explain the remarkable story of how this came to be in a few days. However, Mrs. Gauvin has copied the book as is, enlarging the print, though, to make it more readable.
Suffice it to say that Mrs. Gauvin saw the text that from the book that Sharon had transcribed prior to my formatting it for posting on this site, and thus it is that it is my happy privilege to inform you of how you may purchase “Behold Thy Mother.”
Readers who desire to purchase a copy for themselves may e-mail Mrs. Gauvin at firstname.lastname@example.org. The book costs $10.00 in addition to shipping, which is nominal. Mind you, Mrs. Gauvin seeks no profit, asking only to reimbursed for the cost of printing the book and for the shipping. This is a great service for love of Our Sorrowful Mother that she has performed. Please pray at least one decade of Our Lady’s Most Holy Rosary for Mrs. Gauvin and her family.
Mrs. Gauvin also informed Sharon yesterday morning that her printer, Refuge of Sinners Publishing, was approached by someone to whom Mrs. Gauvin had given a book, deciding thereupon to print copies, though not yet listed on the company's website, under their own auspices. “Behold Thy Mother” costs $15.99 plus shipping. Mrs. Gauvin can provide you with those details as well.
Do avail yourselves of this great spiritual treasure!
Our Lady of Sorrows, pray for us.
Saint Anselm, pray for us.