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Rulers of Russia & Poisoned Popes


Fr. Fahey's Book
People Commenting
Greetings TIA,

I have sent you a pdf file of a little book written by Fr Denis Fahey CSSP in the 1930's. I believe every Catholic should read this book to know why we are in the mess we are in today. It explains the origins of Communism and the plan for one world order and how it will be done. His predictions seem to reflect the crisis of today here in the USA and Europe.

You may be aware of this book, but it may bring profit to many if you feel it is worthy of being made readily available for all to find and read.

     In Christ and Mary,

     D.D.

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TIA responds:

D.D.,

Thank you for sending us the book The Rulers of Russia by Fr. Denis Fahey. We are placing it in our website for the perusal of our readers.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk

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Our Lady Guadalupe
People Commenting
TIA,

I noticed that with you're redoing your site The Section on Our Lady of Guadalupe disappeared. I was very fond of that section that had morning prayer to Our Lady of Guadaulupe, Chaplet, Novena etc

Are you planning on putting back that section?

     Regards,

     S.F.

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TIA responds:

S.F.,

There is some misunderstanding here. TIA never had a section on Our Lady of Guadalupe and, therefore, we did not change it.

Directly related to this topic, we have the following links that you may consult: For indirect references to Our Lady of Guadalupe, you may type her name in our search engine and it will list all the places on our website where this topic is addressed.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk

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Lennon's Pact
People Commenting
Dear Tradition in Action,

I've only recently come across your book review, The Lennon Prophecy by Joseph Niezgoda.

I grew up as The Beatles came to fame, and though back in the 1960s I've heard and read about The Beatles using backward masking on their songs, I guess I am naive but I've never heard or read about John Lennon making a pact with Satan in exchange for fame and fortune.

So I read your book review with interest and since I research into things, I went out and purchased the book. After one sitting I read through the book, and the next day, skimmed and highlight parts of it. And I must admit the author does make a convincing case of John Lennon's pact with Satan.

In fact the evidence presented within the book more than convinced me, as I read though the facts presented, the book scared me. I do not own any Beatles music to throw out, but I am now more passionate to save my own soul.

It also made me feel sorry for John Lennon, if he sold his soul to Satan, he received his 20 years of fame and wealth, and now John has paid for it eternally and dwells in Hell. What a high price for fame and fortune. A price too high for me.

     R.T.
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Only Robot Popes Are Serious
People Commenting
Greetings,

Are you really that scandalized by the Pope having fun? Is fun "unsacred" even if fun is made at the proper time and place? Was Blessed Miguel Pro "desacralizing" the priesthood when he said, "If I see any sad saints in heaven, I'll do a Mexican hat dance to cheer them up?" Isn't it a heresy to suggest that there are sad people in heaven? It's a joke! Was he being sacrilegious by dressing up as a police inspector and blustering to the men looking for him, "Haven't you found that rascal Pro yet?" Ridiculous.

Did St. Lawrence the Martyr "desacralize" the diaconate, when he said to his executioners who were grilling his body over a fire, "Turn me over, I'm done on this side?" Was what he did to end up being grilled devoid of humor, as well? Absolutely not, in both cases! He took seriously what he should have taken seriously, and joked about the rest.

Did St. Philip Neri "desacralize" the priesthood by walking around with half his beard shaven off? Or by asking one of his charges to sing the Miserere at a wedding breakfast? He loved practical jokes, as well.

Something tells me that Jesus wasn't always Mr. Serious. He was serious about things which were truly important, and I doubt he took much else seriously. I imagine he had a smirk when he said, "Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or 'rise and walk?' But that you may know that the Son of Man has power to forgive sins... and said to the bedridden man, "Rise, and walk." And the bedridden man did so.

I heard a true story about a bishop having a conversation with John Paul II, in which he said, "God won't possibly damn people to hell concerning certain doctrinal issues, because they don't know any better." John Paul II responded, "Perhaps not, but there will be a lot of Bishops in hell because the people don't know any better!"

Humor is a natural result of being a rational creature in a fallen world. You're going to give yourself stress colitis if you keep worrying about the Pope being human.

I'd rather not have a robot for a pope. They're not nearly as approachable. Everyone knows robots don't have a sense of humor. Just laser beams for eyes. Robot popes are no joke.

     D.H.
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Popes Turned To Please Men
People Commenting
Hello TIA,

Thank you for posting these images (here, here, here & here). Lately I am becoming more aware of the changes that are happening to the Catholic Church.

As a Catholic I am saddened to see the zeal for the gospel of Jesus replaced with politics. It seems that the last couple of Popes either have a deep misunderstanding of the basic principles of the gospel or a more sinister agenda. Instead of trying to convert people to Jesus they are looking for their praise.. praise of men.

Jesus... ...peace on earth? no but division. .. none comes to the father except through me.

Paul .. what harmony is there between Jesus and Belial?

     God bless,

     J.S.
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Cardinal Tisserant's Death
People Commenting
TIA,

I have been reading the "Gemstone Files" and they say that head of the Cardinal College Dean Tisserant had all kinds of "dirt" on Paul VI because of the information he had he was shoved out a window at the Vatican in February 1972. How did Tisserant actually die?... Wikipedia says heart attack...

Also what have you, if anything, about the idea that Popes Pius XI and Pius XII were poisoned.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

     Sincerely

     D.M.

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TIA responds:

D.M.,

We have never heard about Pius XI or Pius XII being poisoned. We have heard that St. Pius X, as well as John Paul I, died as a consequence of poisoning. On the former, the hints we have are here; on the latter, there is a lot of substantial talk, but we have not had time to study the evidence.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk
Posted March 23, 2010

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