Sidebar: public apostasy incurs automatic excommunication (Canon 1364).
Don't want to spill the Pellegrino!
EveningApostasy falls on our assembly. It is the hour at which one willingly returns home to meet at the same tablethe Gates of Hell, in the depth[s] of affectionpride, of the goodwickedness that has been done and received, of the encounters which warmharden the heart and make it grow [cold], good wine which hastens the unending feastorgy in the days of man [minus recourse to the Magisterium/Tradition]. It is also the weightiest hour for one whothe unrepentant Sodomite in the Church who finds himself face to face with his own lonelinessdepravity, in the bitter twilight of shattered dreams and broken plans and old age, invigorated only fleetingly with vague remembrances of the glorious Council from 1962 to 1965; how many peoplefaggot clergy trudge through the day in the blind alley of resignation, of abandonment, even resentment: in in how many homesrectories the wine of joysupply of young boys has been less plentiful, and therefore, also the zest — the very wisdominclination — for lifeabomination ... Let us make our prayerdefiance heard for one another this evening, [feigning it as] a prayer for all.
The convenire in unum around the Bishop of Rome is already an event of
gracechastisement, in which episcopal collegialityfaggotry is made manifest in a path of spiritual andpastoral discernmentperversity expressed in subtlized, flowery language tailored especially for chancery office faggots everywhere.
walk among contemporary challengestear Tradition asunder, the decisive condition is to maintain a fixed gaze on Jesus ChristMan, to pause in contemplation and in adoration of His Facethe Self... Indeed, every time we return to the source of the Christian experienceMarxism and Freemasonry, new paths and undreamed of possibilities open up" (Pope Francis, Address of 4 October 2014).
The most serious of the evils that afflict the world these days are youth unemployment and the loneliness of the old... This, to me, is the most urgent problem that the Church is facing.