My Testimony


SCRIPTURE tells us that there is power in our testimony. For the first time, Mark gives his entire testimony in Episode 12 of Embracing Hope… a powerful story of God’s mercy and grace working when it seems most undeserved. Mark speaks about his childhood, and a family crisis that changed the course of his future… and his calling.

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On Heresies and More Questions

Mary crushing the serpent, Artist Unknown


First published November 8th, 2007, I have updated this writing with another question on the consecration to Russia, and other very important points. 


THE Era of Peace—a heresy? Two more antichrists? Has the “period of peace” promised by Our Lady of Fatima already happened? Was the consecration to Russia requested by her valid? These questions below, plus a comment on Pegasus and the new age as well as the big question: What do I tell my children about what’s coming?

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The Prophecy at Rome – Part II

Paul VI with Ralph

Ralph Martin meeting with Pope Paul VI, 1973

IT is a powerful prophecy, given in the presence of Pope Paul VI, that resonates with the "sense of the faithful" in our days. In Episode 11 of Embracing Hope, Mark begins to examine sentence by sentence the prophecy given in Rome in 1975. To view the latest webcast, visit

Please read the important information below for all my readers…


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The Prophecy at Rome – Part I


AS serious disasters in nature continue to seige the world, the prophecy given in Rome in 1975 in the presence of Pope Paul VI is taking on greater urgency and meaning day by day.

In Episode 10 of Embracing Hope, Mark shares this prophecy and why it plays a role in understanding where we are at in salvation history. In future episodes, Mark will examine this prophecy line by line in the light of Church teaching and our Blessed Mother’s apparitions to help us understand how this prophecy may be reaching fulfillment in our times.

Part I is freely available to the general public. It can be viewed at or in the video below.

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First published January 7th, 2007.


Magi from the east arrived… They prostrated themselves and did him homage. Then they opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.  (Matt 2:1, 11)

my Jesus.

I should come to you today with many gifts, like the magi. Instead, my hands are empty. I wish I could offer you the gold of good works, but I bear only the sorrow of sin. I try to burn the frankincense of prayer, but I have only distraction. I want to show you the myrrh of virtue, but I am clothed by vice.

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