The above AP photo of Tiberius Caesar Obama granting his nausea-inducing “blessing” upon the Judases at the Notre Dame commencement wasn’t the worst part. Nor was his teleprompter’s insincere dialogue-with-me meaningless pablum. Nor was the sight of the quisling leaders of a formerly Catholic institution placing an honorary doctoral hood on the proponent of the genocide of the unborn.
For the best commentary I have yet seen on the university debacle of today, and as an admonition to us all, check out this post at Rorate Caeli, particularly the words of Pius XI.
“I should like to have a good hammer to blunt the edge of your mind which is too subtle in the thought of your advancement. I have told you so often that we must set about our devotions in simple good faith and, as they say, in a ‘wholesale’ manner. If you do well, praise God for it; if you do badly, humble yourself. I am well aware that you would not do ill willfully. Have no fear then, and do not be so ready to tease your dear conscience. For you know too well that after all your efforts, there is nothing more for you to do than to implore the love of Him Who only desires you to give Him yours.”