Our Lady on Saturday
The Most Sacred and Precious Blood of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the Traditional reference of the “Mystery of Faith” in the Apostolic formula of the consecration of the wine : It is the prize and seal of our redemption from the dominion of the devil. The abolition of today’s Solemnity in the “New Calendar” reflects the deconstruction of the reference of the “Mystery of Faith” in the formula of consecration of wine in the Protestantized “New ‘Mass'” (the ‘official’ Mass since 1969) for its re-invention : the “anamnesis” proclaiming the diabolical version of redemption, the “Paschal Mystery” of Neo-Catholic ‘theo’-logists which asserts that redemption is not in its traditional central locus (place) [the Passion and Death of Christ on the Cross] but at the end in the resurrection (why the Neo-Catholic cross : the Crucified replaced by a resurrected but not in history and body, rather in the ‘faith’ – the personal belief – of a modernist ‘free-thinking Catholic’). The difference : with the popular ‘Mass’, sins, esp. the unnatural ones, abounded – not that the Precious Blood even when VALIDly confected on the neo-Catholic table brings it about but that, as St. Thomas Aquinas teaches, It refuses to give grace as with any ILLEGITIMATE rite (in a manner displeasing to God).
Now, what need was there that the Son of God should suffer for us even to pour out His Blood to its last drop? There was a great need; and indeed it can be assigned to two reasons. The first is that it was a remedy against sin, and the second is for an example of what we ought to do.
Remedy against sin and its evils
It was a remedy to such an extent that in the Passion of the Crucified we find a remedy against all the evils which we incur by our sins. And by our sins we incur different evils.
The first evil that man incurs by sin is the defilement of his soul. Just as virtue gives the soul its beauty, so sin makes it ugly – conforming it to the filthy, proud, and stupid mind of the devil and to his perverse will. “How happened it, O Israel, that thou art in thy enemies’ land? Thou art defiled with the dead” (Bar. 3.10-11). But all this is taken away by the Passion of the Crucified, whereby the Crucified poured out His Blood as a laver wherein sinners are cleansed: “Who has loved us and washed us from our sins in His own Blood” (Apoc. 1.5). So, too, the soul is washed by the Blood of the Crucified in Baptism because then a new birth – supernatural, in which we are “made sons of God” (Jn. 1.12) – is had in virtue of His Blood, and hence when one defiles one’s soul by sin, one offers insult to the Redeemer and sins more gravely than before one’s Baptism. “A man making void the law of Moses dies without any mercy under two or three witnesses. How much more do you think he deserves worse punishments who has trodden under foot the Son of God and has esteemed the Blood of the Testament unclean!” (Heb. 10.28-29).
Secondly, we commit an offense against God. A sensual man loves the beauty and the inordinate urges of flesh, but God loves spiritual beauty which is the beauty of the soul – conformity with the mind and heart of the Redeemer and to His image and likeness. When, however, the soul is defiled by sin, God is offended and he sinner incurs His hatred. “To God, the wicked and his wickedness are hateful alike” (Wis.14.9). This, also, is removed by the Passion of the Crucified through His Most Precious Blood Who made an infinite satisfaction to God the Father for sin – something which man of himself could never do. The charity and obedience of the Crucified Redeemer were greater than the sin and disobedience of the first man: “When we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of His Son” (Rom. 5.10).
Thirdly, we have been weakened by sin. When a person sins the first time, he believes that he will thereafter keep away from sin, but what happens is the vey opposite. This is because by that first sin he is weakened and made more prone to commit sins, and sin has power moe and more over him. Such a one, as far as he alone is concerned, has lowered himself to such a condition that he cannot rise up, and is like to a man who jumps into an abyss from which, without God’s help – what we call grace – he would never be rescued. After the Fall of man, our nature was weakened and corrupted, and we are made moe prone to sin. The Redeemer, however, lessened this sickness and weakness, although He did not entirely take it away – that through humility we may always be dependent on His merciful redemption; how un-Christian therefore is the doctrine of the Book-worshippers that they are already saved and therefore need no longer any divine assistance! So now, man is strengthened by the Passion of the Crucified Redeemer, and sin is not given such power over him. Moreover, he can rise clean from his sins when aided by God’s grace conferred by the Sacraments – but only in their Traditional pre-Vatican Rite in Latin (the “New Rite of Sacraments” since 1969, even when they happen to be validly conferred, but because they are and will always be illegitimate, that is, not pleasing to God, do not, like to an always valid “Black Mass” of the Satanists, confer grace – which receive their efficacy from the Passion of the Crucified: “Our old man is crucified with Him, that the body of sin may be destroyed” (Rom. 6.6). Indeed, before the Passion of our Crucified Redeemer few there were who lived without falling into mortal sin; but, afterwards, many have lived and we living without mortal sin.
Fourthly, we incur the punishment due to sin. For the justice of God demands that whosoever sins must be punished. This punishment, however, is in proportion to the guilt. But the guilt of mortal sin is infinite, because it is an offense against the Infinite Good, namely God, Whose commands the sinner holds in contempt. Therefore, the punishment due to mortal sin is infinite – the everlasting fire of hell originally “prepared for the devil and his angels” (Mt. 25.41). The Crucified Lord, however, through His Passion has taken away this punishment from us and borne it Himself (cf., 1 Pet. 2.24). The Passion of the Crucified was of such value that it sufficed to expiate for all the sins of the whole world, even of a hundred thousand worlds. And so also is it that the Catholic Resistance priest forgives sins by pouring over the penitent the Most Precious Blood; and, again, the more one conforms himself to the Passion of the Crucified and has frequent recourse to the Most Precious Blood made available still on the Catholic Resistance* altar, the greater the pardon and the grace which he gains.
* The devil and his forces through their most cunning schemes (the ancient heresies and schisms, ‘Bible-only’ salvationism, the 1789 Masonic Revolution of the ‘dignity and rights of man’, ‘free-thinking’, and the so-called ‘Novus Ordo’ or the ‘New World DisOrder’: the liberal-secularist neo-Sodomitic Masonic republics dominated by the bankers of the “Synagogue of Satan”, the pseudo-Catholic Church breathing in and out the same 1789 Freemasonic Revolution ‘consecrated’ by Vatican II, Sedevacantism, Ecclesia Dei-Tridentine Mass ‘conservatism’ and the cult of Fellayism by the mainstream-Priestly Society of St. Pius X), now that their time is almost up with the coming 100th year since the unfolding of Apocalypse XII in 1917, are in their rabid drive either to deprive souls of that certain cisterns which God has elected to convey His grace to dependent rational beings who are made not only of spirit but also of matter (rather, generally perceiving through matter) or to provide them but with actually “tampered” (Pope John Paul II) and “fabricated” (Card. Ratzinger, later Pope Benedict XVI) Protestantized ‘Mass’ of an infiltrated Freemason dissimulatingly WISHed for by a Masonic fag in Papal trappings (the ‘Blessed’ Papa Montini, Paul VI, of Vatican II-“New ‘Catholic’ DisOrder” in his pseudo-Apostolic Constitution ‘Misale Romanum’ of April 1969 – the basis of a most lying formal Fellayite declaration that the New ‘Mass’, foundation of Vatican II Neo-Catholicism, was ‘legitimately promulgated.’) or coy ones (the Traditional Rite of divine service sacrilegiously used by the Fellayites, the Ecclesia Dei ‘conservatives’, and the Sedevacantists for a facade).
And fifthly, we incur banishment from the kingdom of heaven. Those who offend kings are compelled to go into exile. Thus, man is expelled from heaven on account of sin. Adam was immediately driven out of paradise immediately after his sin, and the gates of paradise was shut. But the Crucified Redeemer, by His sufferings and death, opened this gate and recalled all the exiles to the Kingdom. With the opening of the side of the Crucified, the gate of the true and everlasting paradise is opened; and, with the pouring out of His Most Sacred and Precious Blood, guilt is washed away, satisfaction is made to God, infirmity is removed, wrath and punishment expiated, and the exiles as called back to the Kingdom. Therefore, St. Augustine says that the Passion of the Crucified can bring about a true and solidly complete reformation of our life inundated and inebriated by the Most Sacred and Precious Blood of the Redeemer flowing from the uncompromised Traditional altars of Catholic Resistance – with references to the “Catechetical Instructions of St. Thomas Aquinas”. May the Immaculata allow us not to loose this unalloyed fount of our eternal happiness.
Solemnity of the Most Sacred and Precious Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ
1st July 2015