Saturday, March 22, 2014

TWO FORMS OF BENEDICTS AND ONE JORGE?

FROM newchristorchaos.com Jorge and Barack Have “Experience” Posted on March 21, 2014 Yesterday’s article, Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith, devoted a good deal of time to “Father” Adolfo Nicola, S.J., the Father General of the Society of Jesus in its conciliar captivity. March 21, 2014, Feast of Saint Benedict of Nursia and the Commemoration of Friday in the Second Week of Lent; Commemoration also of the Holy Shroud Jorge and Barack Have “Experience” is something of a follow-up to yesterday’s article, Defect of Form? No, Defection from the Holy Faith, focusing on the fact that the two figures of Antichrist both base their “views” and “policies,” such as they are, on their own personal “experience.” This is very much after the heart of the late theological and biological evolutionist, Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., whose influence shines forth in the work of Bergoglio. Chardin, in turn, had been influenced by the French “philosopher,” Henri Bergson, a secular Jewish man who was accused by the Holy See of producing pantheistic writings. Bergson also influenced the late American legal positive, Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose decisions influenced none other than, yes, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro. This is why these two figures of Antichrist are going to see pretty much eye-to-eye in six days when they meet in the Vatican as they both have learned from “experience.” A Tale of Two Benedicts and One Jorge is a slightly revised version of an article written four years ago now. Given the workload of the past few days, it was simply impossible to revise it to include more examples of Bergoglio’s serving as a conciliar contrast to the founder of Western monasticism, Saint Benedict of Nursia. Then again, this is pretty much what I am doing in the series reviewing Bergoglio’s first year in office that will see its next posting on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Yesterday, March 20, 2014, Thursday in the Second Week of Lent, was the third anniversary of the death of my late father’s eldest (and only) brother, Edward, who was practicing veterinarian medicine until shortly before his death at age ninety-three. Please pray for the repose of my Uncle Ed’s immortal soul. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all of the souls of the faithful departed, through mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. For those who have not yet mastered the navigation of this new home of Christ or Chaos, here is a listing of some recent articles:

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