This is just a brief update to inform you that I will be writing a little more regularly than has been the case in the past two months because of what turned out to be an abbreviated return to college teaching.
Yes, I ran afoul of the thought police and the "nice" police and the "spin control" police.
Although I am not going to write about this for the moment until receiving formal notification of what is a fait accompli as my name has been flushed down the institution's Orwellian "memory hole," suffice it to say that everything that is wrong about higher non-education, including demands for complete adherence to institutional narratives under the aegis of "professional responsiblity," is even more pronounced now than at any time in the past. Secular institutions have become true "churches" that demand complete adherence to garbage "mission statements" as complete freedom is given to promote evil in the name of "diversity" while demands for "neutrality" are made of those who oppose the public promotion and glorification of that which caused Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to suffer in His Sacred Humanity during His Passion and Death on the wood of the Holy Cross and that caused those Swords of Sorrow to be plunged through and through the Immaculate Heart of His Most Blessed Mother, namely, sin. Those who are not willing to play the role of Pontius Pilate by remaining "neutral" about matters of Faith and Morals must be shown the door.
Look, I knew the difficulties that I might encounter going back into the classroom. However, I am glad that I did so as I met some fine young students who will remain in my prayers even though I am no longer their professor. What matters is not one's physical presence in the lives of others but the prayers and sacrifices that are offered in their behalves as all is given freely and with joy to the the Throne of the Most Blessed Trinity through the Sorrowful and Imamculate Heart of Mary.
Viva Cristo Rey!
Viva La Virgen de Guadalupe!
The next article on this site should appear later today or tomorrow. Although I was totally consumed with grading midterm examinations for one set of classes last week before giving and grading final examinations in a class that ended six days ago now, I did pay attention to the madness of the now-concluded "synod," and I am glad that I was unable to write about it on a daily basis as the outcome was so predictable. Indeed, even what was thoght to be a "victory" by the "conservative" "bishops" turns out to be no "victory" at all, not that it was in the first place, of course. Trying to "save" doctrine in the counterfeit church of conciliarism is somewhat akin to seeking to "save" "doctrine," such as it is, in the Anglican sect. There is no saving a false religion, and conciliarism is just that, a false religion.
Well, that is all until the next article, which, as always, will focus on the larger picture rather than the minutiae of the daily news. Heresy is heresy, and the "Second" Vatican Council put the Sacred Deposit of Faith on the "table" for "debate," simply paving the way for what culminated in Rome three days ago now with the "beatification" of Paolo Sicko.
Gee, maybe this is a short commentary in and of itself?
Nah, I will develop this more later today.
Thanks for your patience, well, thanks to the small numbers of those who still check this site now and again for your patience, that is.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.