Today, we offer a new post on what has become a yearly tradition for Pope Francis: His Blasphemy against the most Blessed Mother of God.
“And he took me away in spirit into the desert. And I saw a woman sitting upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.” (Apocalypse, 17,3)
Actually, it was on this day one year ago, that the Jesuit pope flippantly dismissed the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, as we discussed in last year’s “Blasphemy for Christmas” .Unfortunately, the Christmas season just seems to bring out the blasphemy in Pope Bergoglio. This year, as widely reported, the Pope, speaking on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dismissed as “foolishness” Our Lady’s traditional title of Co-Redemptrix. Another offensive portion of the Pope’s speech on December 12 was that, in discussing her titles, he omitted her most significant and exalted title, that of Mother of God. But for today, I would like to replace all the hateful words and actions coming from him with something good and true and beautiful. Father Garrigou-Lagrange wrote an essay on Mary as Co-Redemptrix and I offer you some brief quotes. If we are to survive this venomous onslaught against Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Mother, we must work to wash away the incoming flood of putrescence and corruption with the pure and grace-filled thoughts and sentiments of the true faith and keep ourselves strengthened and nourished by the true sacraments.
From “The Mother of the Saviour and Our Interior Life” by Reverend Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.