You shall know them by their scandals

Remember thou keep holy the Lord’s day.
Third Commandment


Our Lady relayed the anger of Her Son at La Salette: “I gave you six days to work, I kept the seventh for Myself, and no one wishes to grant it to Me. This is what weighs down the arm of my Son so much.” Working on a Sunday, for private profit, is against the Third Commandment. Causing others to do servile work, for private profit, on a Sunday, is against the Third Commandment.
It is repugnant. It is imprudent. It is sinful. What? It is the fact that a priest gave a presentation at a retail establishment, on a Sunday. The presentation was done during regular retail hours. The person is the Society of St. Pius X’s District Superior of Canada, Father Daniel Couture.
On Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. (regular hours include Sundays: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.), Winnipeg, Grant Park, in the Atrium, at the “iconic McNally Robinson Booksellers”, there was A presentation from Rev. Fr. Daniel Couture, SSPX. The store advertisement stated:
Fr. Daniel Couture will deliver a talk about Archbishop Lefebvre, “the exemplary, leading, inspiring and formidable figure in the Church” and “one of the most fascinating characters of the 20th century”. He will present a glimpse into the many roles that this great prelate exercised in the Catholic Church, such as Archbishop of Dakar, Apostolic Delegate to French Africa, Assistant to the Papal Throne, Superior General of the Holy Ghost Fathers and founder of the Society of St. Pius X, and his crucial role to defend and preserve the Tradition, Doctrine and Faith of the Catholic Church.


The SSPX Canada website referenced the event:
On Sunday afternoon, Fr. Couture gave a presentation on the book Marcel Lefebvre: The Biography, written by Bishop Tissier de Mallerais at the iconic McNally Robinson Booksellers.


In the midst of shoppers purchasing The Hermetic Code, where “ . . . writers Carolin Vesley and Buzz Curie chronicle local scholar Frank Albo’s search to uncover the Masonic ambitions of the building’s architect, Frank Worthington Simon. Concealed in the building’s architecture is a spine-tingling trail of occult clues . . .” or, perhaps, for their reading pleasure they were Sunday shopping for a copy of Polyamorous Love Song, a piece of fiction that treats the reader to stories about “. . . a group of “New Filmmakers” that devises increasingly unexpected sexual scenarios with complete strangers, to a secret society that concocts a virus that only infects those on the political right . . .”.

Regardless of their particular reading penchant, shoppers found a Catholic priest speaking, but not against Sunday shopping. Nope, he was there promoting a good book on a bad choice of days, a Sunday. What an example this must have been for the shoppers and the poor workers, too!
The neo-SSPX is increasingly compromising the First and Second Commandments by doing the Argentine Tango with the Conciliar Church and, now, the Third has been thrown to the wind by a district superior. Three down, seven more to go . . .
Caution: your agenda seems to be showing!
For, no matter how great may be men’s cleverness in concealing and their experience in lying, it is impossible to prevent the effects of any cause from showing, in some way, the intrinsic nature of the cause whence they come.[1]


God help us!
Sr. Michaela Raphaela
[1] Pope Leo XIII, Humanum Genus (Encyclical Letter on Freemasonry), April 20, 1884, p. 6., (Tan Books, 1978).

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