Third Sunday after Easter
“O God, Who to those that go astray does show the light of Thy Truth, that they may return to the path of justice: grant that all who are enrolled in the Christian Faith, may both spurn all that is hostile to that name, and follow after what is fitting to it. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ…” (Traditional Collect of today’s Mass).
Dearly beloved, I beseech you, as strangers and pilgrims… (from the Lesson of today’s Mass: 1 Pet. 2.11-19) – to those whom God sheds the light of His Truth, they realize that they can never be at home with this world – the “New World [Dis]Order” and the “New ‘Catholic’ [Dis]Order” inaugurated at Vatican II (1962-1965) ultimately by the Synagogue of Satan (Apoc. 2.9; 3.9) but through its tentacles of subversion: Freemasonry and Atheistic Communism (cf., our post “Anti-Christian Conspiracy – Historical Fact and Scriptural Truth“; see also “The Year 1929“); how they pray that this City of Satan be annihilated soon by God with the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart. The “path of justice” for them is that which leads them always to God and His Catholic Order of things.
Refrain yourselves from carnal desires, which war against the soul – how a true Christian ought to walk along the path of justice: “war” with our disordered tendencies and inclinations; this is to take up the traditional Catholic discipline of mortification – not a one-or-two-time occassion of Neo-Catholic abstinence from meat on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday for example. However, this war with the world, flesh, pride of life, the devil and h[er] DisOrder depends more on God liberating us through the Most Precious Blood flowing from His traditional high altar and uncompromised at that (with the ‘conservatives’ and the Society of St. Pius X of Fellayite regime) – not from a Protestantized ‘Roman’ Masonic ‘tables’ standing in the sacred place (Mt. 24.15 on the “Abomination of Desolation“) for, as St. Thomas teaches in his “Summa,” no grace is given by illegitimate [Neo-Catholic] ‘Sacraments’.
Amen, amen, I say to you:
that you shall lament and weep,
but the world shall rejoice:
and you shall be made sorrowful,
but your sorrow shall be turned into joy