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Lourdes Speaks, Letter K &
Ecumenical ‘Martyrs’



Lourdes Speaks Again

Dear TIA,

Last year in October, we witnessed the unusual floods in Lourdes, which took place when the relics of John Paul II were supposed to arrive at that symbolic Marian Sanctuary.

Some days ago, on June 18, the waters flooded Lourdes again as soon as the Vatican decided that the needed miracle to declare Wojtyla a saint had been established.

Is this a mere coincidence or is it a message from Heaven? As far as I know, Divine Providence always sends its messages leaving a margin for the skeptic not to believe.

I am not a skeptic and I believe this is a message. The times are being fulfilled for the chastisement to come.

Below are some photos of this last flood with a link to a 20-minute footage video.

Keep us informed of these important events.

     In Christ Jesus

     M.C.


Lourdes flooded


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Letter K on the Walls of Rome

TIA,

Please be aware of the following prophecy of St. Anselm Bishop of Sunium, Greece, in the 13th century.

It seems that it will be fulfilled when in this coming October Pope Francis will declare Karol Wojtyla a saint. The letter K could stand for Karol.

Here is the text:

“Woe to you, city of the seven hills, when the letter K is honored on your walls! Then your fall will be near; your dominators and tyrants will be destroyed.

“By your blasphemies you had irritated the Most High and you will perish in the defeat and blood.”


Prophecy from the book Vaticinia seu Proedictiones Illustrium Virorum [Prophecies or Predictions of Illustrious Men] Bertoni, Venecia, 1605 (M. Servant, p. 281).

     J.F.R., Peru
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On Overpopulation Myth

TIA,

You recently published a comment comparing the sizes and populations of Oregon and Great Britain. Try this on for size: if the State of Nebraska were completely empty of buildings and were it all flat open land, every human being on Earth (assuming a population of six billion) could comfortably occupy space there.

Imagine. Each of the six billion would have just over 359 square feet to himself - roughly the size of a living room - and the entire land masses of Asia, Africa, South America, Europe, Australia, all the islands everywhere, and all of North America - save Nebraska - would be completely devoid of mankind.

Sounds crazy? Do the math. Yet the misguided and the reprobates love to dupe the masses with pictures of overcrowded cities and so on in their nefarious scheme of controlling and even reducing mankind's reproduction. I could go on, but am sure you get the idea.

     R.G.
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Apostasy in America

Dear TIA,

I have just finished reading this essay Yankee, Come Home! by an anonymous author and it has opened my eyes even more to the "revolution" here in America.

As the writer indicates, when the Founding Fathers began to formulate the ideas which went into the Constitution, two forces were instrumental: the French Revolution and by extension, the Protestant Revolution.

The Founding Fathers had this utopian idea that was patterned after the "mythical" island of Atlantis. Some of the "inventors" of this country realized that they could not do what they wanted in Europe so they brought the ideas here. As the reader will see after he reads the document, Catholics here have always been treated as a second class people. To make matters worse, the early Catholic settlers were indoctrinated with the ideas of the founding fathers, which permeate most Catholic minds today.

Under the first Bishop of the United States, John Carroll, a liberal by any account, the stage was set for compromise of the Catholic faith here in the U.S.

The author very eloquently writes about two very important apparitions in the New World: Our Lady of Guadalupe and Our Lady of Good Success in Ecuador. These two important apparitions were instrumental in the life of the Catholic Church. The reader will understand just how important they are when they read the document.

The issue of Americanism was later addressed by Pope Leo XIII on January 22, 1899, in Testem benevolentiae nostrae.

Pray to Our Lady to help us to fight this Revolution so that we may make the good fight and persevere until the end.

     Viva Cristo Rey y La Virgen de Guadalupe!

     Francisco Gutierrez
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Ecumenical ‘Martyrs’

TIA,

Vatican Radio reports that at the Angelus on June 23, 2013, Pope Francis said that the Christians and non-Christians who "lose their life" for the truth serve the truth, and thus "serve Christ.”

Francis said that the martyrs offer the best example of losing one's life for Christ. Both in the past and today, he continued, in many parts of the world, there are martyrs, both men and women, who are imprisoned, or killed for the sole reason of being Christian.

Based on his previous remark, one could ask if he includes the schismatics and protestants as ‘Christians’…

Compare this with the clear teaching of Pope Eugene IV in Cantate Domino:

“The most Holy Roman Church firmly believes, professes and preaches that none of those existing outside the Catholic Church, not only pagans, but also Jews and heretics and schismatics, can have a share in life eternal; but that they will go into the eternal fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels, unless before death they are joined with Her; and that so important is the unity of this ecclesiastical body that only those remaining within this unity can profit by the sacraments of the Church unto salvation, and they alone can receive an eternal recompense for their fasts, their almsgivings, their other works of Christian piety and the duties of a Christian soldier.

“No one, let his almsgiving be as great as it may, no one, even if he pour out his blood for the Name of Christ, can be saved, unless he remain within the bosom and the unity of the Catholic Church.”

     Mark Stabinski


Posted June 25, 2013
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