In Part 1, we talked about how Kiko’s vision of the Church reduces the Incarnation of the God-Man to the means to creating a community only. In Part 2, we saw what this means for the Church as a whole and how the entirety of the Catholic Tradition would be (and should be, he says) destroyed for the sake of some “new pastoral” needed because of the complete failure of Christianity thus far (except the early Church, of course).
This explains of course the emphasis on resisting the lack of faith and love of those who are “outsiders,” as we might translate los de afuera, or better yet: the Others. This lack of faith and love (of you the reader as well as me) comes because we aren’t catechized, nor do we know the Catholic faith. Our hearts are too hard, our minds too dim, as our pride and lust and greed overwhelms everything in us in our childish, half-pagan faith.
Thus, the secret that binds: if you don’t have the Tradition to keep you close to Christ, then you only have the community. Without the community, you have nothing to tie you to Christ. You are lost.
Ultimately, all of this emotional experience that substitutes for faith makes the experience of death, the experience of division, the experience of obedience—all of it—the substance of the community, la comunidad. If that’s the case, then the role of charity, or love, or agape¸ is one of sentimentality and good will. That’s nothing more than banishing the Holy Spirit who is Love Itself.
And with this drug of community that arouses, sustains, and then satisfies the emotions, love of God and neighbor is equated to happy feelings of satisfaction and self-fulfillment. It's like a drug that way. Those physical feelings, combined with community-titillated psyches, make the NCW a harder habit to break than heroin.
And in preparation for Parts 4&5, we have this little gem: Annibale Cardinal Bugnini, the very-likely-Masonic archbishop who was the architect of the Novus Ordo Mass (Mass of Paul VI, or the Vatican II Mass). I say "very likely" because while the accusations were only rumors, the rumors were never denied, and he was banished from Rome to die in obscurity, which is a rather strange fate for such an important "council father."
Bishops for sale? Why, whatever do you mean?