Out of Season

Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season: reprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine.

2 Timothy 4:2

To be out of season, in these days of darkness, means among other things to get on the wrong side of YouTube.

What that takes, in the present moment, is to speak the truth about the global assault on human rights now being waged under false pretenses of public health.

Fr. Daniel Nolan, as a member of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, already finds his life’s vocation (and hence his path to eternal salvation) under attack by the present occupant of St. Peter’s Chair.

Though his ministry is centered on the “pre-conciliar” (that is, the perennial) form of the Roman Rite, however, his recent sermon pointedly relies upon conciliar and post-conciliar texts, to expose the flagrant self-contradictions in the stance taken by so many of his fellow pastors.

His message is brief but weighty, and worth pondering in full:

May his words pierce hearts that have been hardened by relentless propaganda, and awaken a world slumbering toward its moral demise.

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