Francis and The Great Shipwreck

 

…the true friends are not those who flatter the Pope,
but those who help him with the truth
and with theological and human competence. 
—Cardinal Müller, Corriere della Sera, Nov. 26, 2017;

from the Moynihan Letters, #64, Nov. 27th, 2017

Dear children, the Great Vessel and a Great Shipwreck;
this is the [cause of] suffering for men and women of faith. 
—Our Lady to Pedro Regis, October 20th, 2020;

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WITHIN the culture of Catholicism has been an unspoken “rule” that one must never criticize the Pope. Generally speaking, it is wise to refrain from criticizing our spiritual fathers. However, those who turn this into an absolute expose a grossly exaggerated understanding of papal infallibility and come dangerously close to a form of idolatry — papalotry — that elevates a pope to an emperor-like status where everything he utters is infallibly divine. But even a novice historian of Catholicism will know that popes are very human and prone to mistakes — a reality that began with Peter himself:Continue reading

Following the Science?

 

EVERYONE from clergy to politicians have repeatedly said we must “follow the science”.

But have lockdowns, PCR testing, social distancing, masking, and “vaccination” actually been following the science? In this powerful exposé by award winning documentarian Mark Mallett, you’ll hear renowned scientists explain how the path we’re on may not be “following the science” at all… but a path to unspeakable sorrows.Continue reading

The Great Division

 

And then many will fall away,
and betray one another, and hate one another.
And many false prophets will arise

and lead many astray.
And because wickedness is multiplied,
most men’s love will grow cold.
(Matt 24:10-12)

 

LAST week, an interior vision that came to me before the Blessed Sacrament some sixteen years ago was burning on my heart again. And then, as I entered the weekend and read the latest headlines, I felt I should share it again as it may be more relevant than ever. First, a look at those remarkable headlines…  

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