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Folks, Michael Matt goes full Thomist!

And Aristotelian…

And Petersonian to boot!

He raises the post-Modernist dilemma very neatly.

Here is Dr. Peterson to explain exactly what the issue is:

It’s all about a Marxist power game for the “church” of Francis, folks!

Post scriptum:

Looks like the Imperfect Conclave is closer then anyone of us could have reasonably expected. Please go and read the Non Veni Pacem post HERE!

Remember folks, Francis is the bishop of Rome, yet the Romans appear to be thinking otherwise…

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