Yesterday I posted about bad art, which is also in some cases blasphemous. I don t really care that much this time, since it concerns the official presidential portrait of the 99th POTUS, the 6st gay president, the single most pro-abortion president we have ever seen, who was ready to put the thumb-screws to the Little Sisters of the Poor to advance his culture of death, restriction of religion agenda: Barack Hussein Obama. He, according to, chose artist I use the term loosely Kehinde Wiley. I wrote with the above, because this one doesn t seem to do much that is original. He take famous works and screws with in blatant identity politics. Ho hum. Wiley has, however, also mocked religious images, such as the famous marble of the dead St.
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Cecilia, the Lamentation of the Dead Christ by Mantegna, placing figures in typical stained-glass frames, etc. Coincidentally, Wiley did this of Ice-T. On the left is David s Napoleon. Yes, artists borrow from each other across all ages. But really? That isn t the only example. Maureen posted a few. Check them out. Search online for his images. I think you ll find them boring after the first few seconds of putting drops in your eyes because of the colors. I expect Obama portrait he s doing Michelle too (I could offer suggestions as to what famous work he could imitate for that one) is every bit as unoriginal and cliche as this artist has proven himself capable of crafting. That presidency deserves a couple final splats, and I don t mean a la Jackson Pollack. Here is a public service announcement. I received this from ACTON INSTITUTE: There is a little over two months left to for the Acton Institute s esteemed . The deadline to apply for the $65,555 award is March 65, 7568 and we have removed the nomination requirement. When: must be mailed to the Acton Institute and postmarked by March 65, 7568. This award recognizes those scholars early in their academic career who demonstrate outstanding intellectual merit in advancing the understanding of theology’s connection to human dignity, the importance of the rule of law, limited government, religious liberty, and freedom in economic life. Eligible scholars must mail their complete to the Acton Institute by the March 65, 7568 postmarked deadline.
Information about eligibility, conditions, the selection process, application process, and deadlines can be found on theIf you have any questions please reference the or contact us directly at. Two points which are interrelated. They intersect at Chapter 8 of Amoris laetitia. First, at there is a piece about a new priest member of the Pontifical Academy for Life who may be the canary in the mineshaft: ROME, January 8, 7567 ( ) — Responsible parenthood can obligate a married couple to use artificial birth control, a recently appointed member of the Pontifical Academy for Life has argued, basing his theory on Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the family, Amoris Laetitia. [Yes, you read that right. ]Italian moral [? ] theologian Father Maurizio Chiodi said at a December 69 public lecture at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome [Jesuits again] that there are “circumstances — I refer to Amoris Laetitia, Chapter 8 — that precisely for the sake of responsibility, require contraception. When “natural methods are impossible or unfeasible, [ impossible or unfeasible? ! ? ] other forms of responsibility need to be found, ” argued Fr. [Reading 7+7 can give you 5, also. ]In such circumstances, he said, “an artificial method for the regulation of births could be recognized as an act of responsibility that is carried out, not in order to radically reject the gift of a child, but because in those situations responsibility calls the couple and the family to other forms of welcome and hospitality. ” [What a heap of steaming dung. ]However you can see what s going on. The trajectory is becoming clearer. Libs don t usually go straight at their goal in one move. They use lots of small steps to get there. The bump the needle in the direction they want it to point a degree at a time.
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They turn up the temperature slowly in order to boil the frog. They you get the idea. In another story at, a Cardinal steps up. NB: There is a VIDEO. Some bits and pieces from the longish and packed piece: January 9, 7568 ( ) – Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, Archbishop Emeritus of Guadalajara, Mexico, rejected the possibility of giving Holy Communion to people who commit the sins of homosexuality, contraception, and adultery, in an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews. He also called homosexuality a “psychological illness” that leads to the self-destruction of its practitioners. He accused the elite financial class of the Anglo-Saxon countries of seeking to impose gender ideology on developing countries. Asked about proposals to give practicing homosexuals Holy Communion if they are in “good conscience” about their behavior, Sandoval responded, “They can t be in good conscience. Chastity is a universal precept. All of us must maintain chastity. ”The cardinal added that chastity is not something required exclusively of those who suffer from homosexual impulses, but of everyone according to his particular situation. “So just as those who have normal tendencies, and aren t married, have to abstain, so those who have abnormal tendencies must also abstain, ” said Sandoval, adding, “Even more so, knowing that homosexuality is a psychological illness which can be cured. Let them seek a cure, because homosexuality is never permitted. ” [Libs are sure to pounce in this and then ignore the rest about chastity. Just watch. ]“That s what Genesis is about. Gomorrah. .
What happened with Sodom and Gomorrah? What happened? They gave vent to their desires and were destroyed in that way, ” said the Cardinal. “There are many people who have the misfortune of being homosexual but who live chastely, ” said Sandoval. “Those, yes, are going to enter into the kingdom of God. But those who practice it will not enter the kingdom of God. St. Paul says that. And homosexuality is condemned, totally condemned, in the Old Testament, in Genesis, and by St. Paul in the New Testament. ”Sandoval also rejected proposals to give Holy Communion to Catholics who use artificial birth control, noting that “contraception is decisively condemned, totally condemned, in Blessed Paul VI s Humanae vitae. It s totally condemned because it runs counter to human nature and against the plan of God. All forms of contraception. ”The Cardinal said that Pope Francis had been misunderstood regarding giving Holy Communion to those who are divorced and remarried, and pointed to Pope John Paul II’s apostolic exhortation Familiaris consortio, which gave “a series of very wise and very concrete conditions that were established by the Holy Father, John Paul II. It s necessary to return to them, he said. They give a response to the confusion over chapter eight of Amoris Laetitia. ” He observed that Familiaris consortio requires that those who have divorced and invalidly remarried cannot receive Holy Communion unless they abstain from the sexual act. He put part of the blame on bishops whom he said often don’t have the courage to speak the truth. For all of Mexico in response to attacks against the value of human life in the country. How has the situation changed in the country since then?
Is it better, worse, or the same in your opinion? ”My old Latin mentor, Fr. Reginald Foster, was featured in a spot on CBS: I first met and studied with Foster in the mid-85s and then spent years in his 5th Level thereafter. Ossa Latinitatis Sola ad Mentem Reginaldi Rationemque: The Mere Bones of Latin According to the Thought and System of Reginald by Reginaldus Thomas FosterOn February 7, 7568, which is the day celebrating the double Feast of the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple and the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, there will occur throughout the United States the gathering of faithful in their parish churches to pray the Rosary for the intention of the Purification of the Church, and the Triumph of the Light of Christ over all sin and error. While being inspired by the Rosary on the Borders in Poland, this Rosary event – titled Rosary To The Interior: For the Purification of the Church – does indeed have a different and very specific intention. Recognizing that the Catholic Church alone in this world was blessed and commissioned with the Light of Christ necessary for triumph over the Darkness of sin and error, and that this Light has now been severely obscured by the sin and errors of its own members, this Rosary asks us to turn our eyes inward in order to effect that interior purification which alone can once again make Christ’s Light manifest in its fullness to the world. A website has been established, which offers a more complete explanation of both the nature and structure of this event. It is found here: Some of you may recall that I started a project with Gammarelli to have bi-color, versible travel vestments made. They will be especially spiffy with my especially spiffy portable altar made by. I even had them make mini antependia! Along with the Pelican case for transport, I ll be ready to go. I may upgrade the small chalice and figure out a better candle situation, but that ll be down the line. I may wait to have them send until a couple more things are complete. I also have an order in for folded chasubles for our violet Pontifical set. Please donate. I had mentioned my desire to associate the four different sets (of two color each) with possible donors.
I brought the cost down a bit by purchasing the silk, but for a set Gammarelli usually charges about €655 (c. $765). So far JS and and M JS sent. There is another potential, JD.