The masthead is being revised to "A Bearish ephemeris of Catholic culture." Not that there was anything wrong with the other one, but things are going to get a bit more Bearish here.
The Bear has found buried treasure! Once upon a time, the Bear ephemerized for an audience of two to ten people. The whole beginning of this ephemeris was lost in The Great Disaster. While it would not be humble to characterize his own work, the Bear is mighty glad to have them back. They'll be new to everyone except Jane Chantel and Pete at Et Cum Spiritu Tuo. (You can thank or blame Pete for the Bear starting this ephemeris.)
|"I'm so humble I'm going to change the world!"|
|"Pay attention! |
I'm about to be infallible."
It seems that the only principled position is to openly declare resistance to His Holiness. First, to specific errors he promotes. Second, it is clear that Pope Francis is a bad tree, and will never produce good fruit. This is a trickier one. The Bear will be thinking about this, and welcomes suggestions.
Remember, one of the most effective tactics of Modernism is to throw out orthodox-sounding language every once in awhile to silence critics, so don't be gulled. The Bear does not trust Pope Francis. He may be the Pope, but he is not Catholic. It is amazing that our generation is watching this.
From now on the Bear will use every rhetorical weapon and agitprop in his arsenal against the elderly gentleman from Argentina. If the Bear could reduce his credibility to zero he would happily do so.
Even though he sits on the seat of Peter, he is an enemy of the Church.