Feast of St. Bartholomew
The Church instituted by the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is governed by bishops (episcopoi in original Greek), Ac. 20.28. But a Catholic Pontifex or bishop is not only known for his 100%* orthodoxy in his doctrine – in accordance with the Apostolic Tradition (cf., 2 Thess. 2.14); he is also identified as a prince: Thy friends, O God, are made exceedingly honorable… princes over all the earth (Ps. 138.17; 44.17, from the “Introit’ and “Gradual” of the Holy Mass for today’s Feast).
* “He must preserve this Faith whole and untarnished” (Athanasian Creed, recited by clerics and religious in the Office of Prime on Sundays). But, “The Ultimate Delusion of Vatican II ‘Catholicism’“, “Pope Francis Proclaims the New ‘Gospel’ of ‘Universal Salvationism’“, “Lumen fidei – a ‘faith’ or the Catholic Faith?“, and Pope Francis on Homosexuality
When the Neo-Catholic ministers scoffed at and repudiated the royal position and dignity with which God has deigned to honor, even while on this earth, those whom He has elected and drew to Himself as His friends – like to Moses (cf., Ex. 33.11) – it should not be therefore surprising that in their precipitation from the royal position of a prince… made exceedingly honorable, they hit that exceeding shame that was ever unheard of (cf., “Our Lady, Vatican II Disorientation, and the Annihilation of Many Nations“)
‘Simplicity’ as that effect of ‘humility’? But our dear “Little Therese” says: “Sanctity consists in being what God wants us to be” and that “humility is truth.” That is, humility is that supernatural disposition which inclines us to take our proper place before God and no other. Cf., “Pope Francis and Desacralization”