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Confusion, Two Popes & Pseudo-Reformation



Pelosi, Biden & Kerry

TIA,

I would like to know why the Catholic Church doesn't make a stand against these politicians that claim to be Catholic but do not adhere to Catholic doctrine.

Pelosi, Biden and Kerry are all abortion rights activists and tell the public often how good their standing is with the church. They use the Church as a political platform.

Where is the outrage from the Church?

     R.M.
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TIA responds:

R.M.,

You are rightly indignant over this contradiction. We agree with you and we also protest against it.

The Catholic Church has been infiltrated by her enemies, the progressisivts, who took over the highest places of the Church a little before Vatican II. These progressivist authorities are tolerant of all types of errors, including the one you pointed out.

Our duty is to resist them and attack Progressivism as much as we can in order to defeat it and restore the Catholic Church in her full integrity. Then, it will become possible to punish abortionist Catholics like Pelosi, Biden and Kerry and do many other necessary things.

We invite you to join forces with us in this effort and pray that the time of this usurpation be reduced to the minimum possible.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk

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More Confusion Coming from the Vatican

TIA,

First let me state that this information comes to us from the Huffington Post. I realize that many Catholics are already confused by the Vatican apparatus.

On May 21 during a homily Pope Francis said that even atheists who do good works are redeemed. On May 22 the Rev. Thomas Rosica, the Vatican spokesman, "clarified" what the Pope meant. It appears that the Pope spoke without thinking or wanting to say what he said. In any event this is exactly what the state of the Church has been since Vatican Council II, more ambiguities.

See the news here.

     In Jesu et Maria,

     F.P.G.
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Prophecy of Two Popes

TIA,

That historic meeting of two popes at Castel Gandolfo, Italy, brought to mind a May 13, 1820, prophecy by Anna-Katharina Emmerich who suffered all of her life and bore the stigmata of Our Lord. She wrote:

"I saw also the relationship between two popes. …I saw how baleful would be consequences of this false church. I saw it increase in size; heretics of every kind came into the city (of Rome). The local clergy grew lukewarm, and I saw great darkness. … Then, the vision seemed to extend on every side.

“Whole Catholic communities were being oppressed, harassed, confined and deprived of their freedom. I saw many churches close down, great miseries everywhere, wars and bloodshed. A wild and ignorant mob took to violent action. But it did not last long."

There are a couple of questions that come to mind about this prophecy. When the date May 13 appears, one almost automatically wonders if there is a connection to Fatima. It is often difficult to determine the timing in history that the prophecy is describing but it would seem in this case that it is almost self evident that the prophecy refers to Benedict XVI and Francis.

The prophecy however seems to describe many events that followed 1958 so there is a slight possibility that it could refer to the conspiracy theory regarding Gregory XVII and John XXIII.

     Homer Sweeney
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Incredible Desk

TIA,

I can't imagine how long this took to make, how much it weighs and what the value is today. Incredible engineering.

And to think the man who made this over 200 years ago did it with hand tools alone…

Click here Amazing Antique Desk.

     M.G.
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Very Good Story

Dear TIA,

Re: The article The First Victory of Bertrand du Guesclin.

This is a very good story for our son to read.

Thank you to Mr. O’Reilly.

     E.S.
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Enlightening

TIA,

I just finished reading The Spirit of Assisi vs. Saint Francis of Assisi. It was great & enlightening!

O.S.

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Reformation or Deformation

TIA,

I am reading an excellent book called Purgatory written in 1885 by Mrs. James Sadlier. The term Reformation occurs often, making me ask: Why has the Church allowed this term to be used without rejecting it? Knowing what Luther, et al, did to the Faith would require the word Deformation not Reformation.

     Steve Sanborn, Sr.
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TIA responds:

Mr. Sanborn,

In other languages, counter-revolutionary Catholics call that historical event the Pseudo-Reformation. This custom was widespread even before Vatican II. Perhaps the term did not enter the U.S. due to the influence of Americanism among Catholics.

There is always time to change and start to walk on the right path.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk

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Magazine / Newsletter

Hello,

It seems to me that not that long ago I used to receive a magazine or newsletter from TIA. Do you still have that available and may I subscribe?

I hope you still have a print version, as I dislike having to be glued to the computer to read things.

I enjoy your site immensely. I was amazed to see the photos and documentation of the terrible sacrilege that is occurring worldwide to our Church. Actually, I am stunned. In any event, I will look forward to hearing from you.

By the way, is there any meaningful backlash or movement against the atrocities you unveil, or are groups like yours in the minority? What on earth is going to become of our Church? I am a convert (about 10 years ago) and am appalled at the things you have published. This is a huge loss to humanity. Stunning.

     L.V.
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TIA responds:

Hello L.V.,

Thank you for your support and amiable words about our work.

The situation is really appalling. The only solution to resolve this crisis is an intervention from Heaven, like the one promised by Our Lady of Fatima.

We do not have a magazine or a newsletter. We have a catalog carrying our books and works and we send it to our list several times a year. But it does not print any other news except for our latest publications.

To keep yourself updated on our comments, the only way available is to visit our website. We update it daily at evening, between 6 and 8 pm, Pacific Time. So, you may visit us once a day, go to the Update page to read our most recent post, and then to Spotlight to see the Saint of the Day. This will not require you to “be glued to the computer” too long. We also suggest you print out the latest article each day if you would like to avoid reading on the computer completely.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk


Posted July 9, 2013
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