Advent is a season of penance in preparation for the coming of God Himself. God Himself will come and will save… (Prophet Isaias 35.4). Therefore, the voice of one crying in the wilderness: Make straight the way of the Lord (from today’s Holy Gospel according to St. John 1.23, quoting the Prophet Isaias 40.3). Yet, Holy Church bids us, through her Sacred Traditional Liturgy, to rejoice this day for the Lord is nigh (from the Lesson, Epistle of the Apostle St. Paul to the Philippians, 4.5).
The Eternal Word distinguishes the true Christian joy from the Neo-Catholic and the out-rightly anti-Catholic notions – to wit, respectively: the ‘feel-good’ sense of yielding to the disordered base inclinations, passions, and instincts of our fallen and corrupt nature [flesh and rational soul], or to the desire of the ego to be ‘proved’, exalted, acclaimed, honored, and adored [now, in the so-called ‘selfie’ mode], or to the attractions, with its pretended needs, of the earthly ‘paradise’ [a “New (de-Catholicized) Order”] packaged by the ‘humanistic’ dummies of the Synagogue of Satan (that is, the Freemasons, cf. our post “Anti-Christian Conspiracy – Scriptural Truth and Historical Fact“), or to all of them, more or less, with the consequence of God not grossly and appallingly overthrown but only rather dislodged from His central place of primacy of dominion to a secondary or fringe [“extra(outside of the)ordinary,” says Pope Benedict XVI in his “Summorum Pontificum”] position without the threat of the God of our Sacred Tradition Who knows wrath blazing to the very depths of hell for, as Vatican II Neo-Catholicism illusions it, their ‘soft’ all-loving-merciful idol, a “[non-]Catholic God” (claims the blaspheming bastard-usurper Bergoglio, cf., our post “Virtutes caelorum movebuntur“, in his 1st October interview with the Italian “La Reppublica” and published by the “L’Osservatore Romano”, cf., our post Estote sapientes), could not care about sin but only with ‘weakness’ which [s]he – the devil, being the filthy queen of Sodomites and all the impure – is most ever-ready to bestow indulgence on; and, independence from God – non-submission to Him: without being wholly subject to the “Summus Pontifex”, to His Commandments and to the precepts of His Church – nay, rejection and mockery of God. Whereas, the true Christian joy is the peace of God (the Epistle in today’s Mass, Phil. 4.7) which the Savior Himself brings: [our] hearts and minds in Christ Jesus Our Lord (ibid.) Who made them precisely for an intimate knowledge and perfect love of Him with all that we are and we have – verified by our not being conformed to this world [with its maxims, tastes, interests and preoccupations, vain and immodest fashion, etc.] (the Apostle St. Paul, Epistle to the Romans, 12.2).
Sin, which proceeds from the proud persistence in our errors, tears asunder our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus Our Lord and shatters the peace of God in our soul. We have ‘happily’ pretended, because God permitting it for a definite short span, that it is rather God Who must not offend our worldview, our plans and ambitions, our fancies, our sexual appetite, our own ‘paradise’, and our own comfortable ‘order’ of things. Now, the appointed time has already come for God to vindicate His Majesty and the honor of His Church – for God is not mocked (the Apostle St. Paul, Epistle to the Galatians, 6.7) – burning His proud enemies to ashes alive (cf., our post “Our Lady, Vatican II Disorientation, and the Annihilation of Many Nations“) and establishing them forever in their hearts’ desire of separation from Him: writhing in torments under Him in hell thus serving and submitting to Him still but in an un-ending chastisement – proclaiming His infinite Justice which the Neo-Catholic ‘school’ has denied: “there is no such thing as a Catholic God” (the ‘Pontifex’ with “Lingua Diabolica“). Indeed, the mountains and all the hills shall be made low: and the crooked shall become straight, and the rough ways plain (Is. 40.4) for behold the Lord God shall come with strength and His arm shall rule: behold His reward is with Him (ibid., v.10). (To be continued.)
– adapted from the sermon of His Lordship, Bishop Richard Williamson
15th December 2013
See also: “From the Voice of Catholic Resistance“