Rorate Caeli

The little boy whose existence is a threat to the new kind of Church desired by Francis

 A young boy. A symbol of a wide open future ahead of us.

In the Pontifical Mass celebrated in Philadelphia's Cathedral-Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul on the Feast of the Assumption, a very small boy was photographed at the Communion Rail. His eyes are bright with expectation: he has certainly been taught enough about Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.

This little boy is a threat. He is a threat for what he represents: life, family, devotion, all dedicated to the Traditional Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. This little boy is a threat to the new kind of Church desired by Francis, by those who elected him, by those who are close to him: he is a threat to Antonio Spadaro (SJ), to James Martin (SJ), to the whole rotten and heretical Jesuit structure running the Church into the ground. He is a threat, and that is why Francis, in Traditionis custodes, the bastard intellectual child of 'liturgist' Andrea Grillo, says that this Mass, the Mass of Ages, the Mass of All Ages, threatens the "unity" of the Church.

This little boy -- may God bless him. He will triumph, with Christ, and the Blessed Mother, and All the Angels and All the Saints. Those who see him as a threat have already lost. The struggle is over, and we may not yet see the victory: but it is at hand. And this little boy -- may God grant him a long, healthy, and virtuous life -- he will see it. Amen.

[Thumbnail kept small for copyright purposes; original size available and provided by the original Photographer (here),  via Twitter]