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Massacre’s New Spin & Landmark of Apostasy



Homos Are Not Victims, But Cause of Slaughter


Dear TIA,

Thank you for your valuable work. I daily read your postings.

You probably have heard that the massacre of homosexuals in Orlando took a different spin after an “ex” wife of the murderer revealed to  Brazilian TV that he had homosexual tendencies.

I am sending you both a copy of the news report and the link to the Brazilian TV video along with a request for you to translate it for us Americans.

After her statements, reporters spoke with customers who frequented that homo nightclub and several of them recognized the assassin as a regular there, as you can read in this news report. It is because he was familiar with the place that he could kill so many.

Thus, the whole story takes a different perspective. Although the terrorist pledged allegiance to ISIS, as we know, he did not kill those people because he hated them as “gays.” He was one of them. So, the terrorist act may very well be due to a passionate grudge he held against others inside that homosexual group.

In other words, the homosexuals are no longer the 'victims' of a crime committed by someone outside their community, but they become the cause of the crime, since the shooter was one of them.

I want to share this comment with you and your readers because everything takes on a completely different perspective.

     In Christ Jesus,

     E.J.




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Sublime Gregorian Chant

TIA,

This is the Gregorian Chant that I grew up with. How I remember it, the song of the Angels!

Pange Lingua Gloriosi - Catholic Hymns, Gregorian Chant

Gregorian chant - Te Deum

     Gary Morella

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Keep up the Amazing Work!

Dear TIA,

I love your work!!!!! Thanks for spreading the truth!!

I just sent a donation. Keep up the amazing work!!!!!

     B.M.

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Devil in the Swiss Tunnel Inauguration

Dear Marian,

You did a tremendous job of covering the disgusting ceremony in Switzerland. It's hard to believe how transparent these people have become!

     In Jesu et Maria,

     A.G.

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Irish Yoga


TIA,

I listened to your recently posted Irish music - The Rare Old Mountain Dew - and that, combined with your articles warning Catholics about practicing reiki and yoga - reminded me that I have seen yoga taking Ireland by storm! To think that a supposedly Catholic country like Ireland has allowed itself to be inundated with such Hindu nonsense. Many don't even know they are doing it! Some of these poses require a significant dexterity and skill!

     S.M.


Irish Yoga


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Pope in Sweden: a Landmark of Apostasy


TIA,

Pope Francis will go to Sweden to open a year commemorating the Lutheran Revolt. It will be a symbolic and practical way of denying the Council of Trent, more than 400 years of Catholic teaching against Protestantism and all the Saints who fought against this heresy or died as martyrs of it.

I believe it is a landmark – one more among so many – of the apostasy of the Conciliar Church.

Please, find the news report below.

     Best regards,

     T.R.

Pope Will Go to Sweden Oct. 31 for Commemoration of the Reformation

Posted by ZENIT Staff on 1 June, 2016


The following is a Joint Press Release – from the Lutheran World Federation and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity – concerning the ecumenical events in Lund and Malmö, in Sweden, in which Pope Francis will participate on the 31st of October, for the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

A full schedule of the trip has not been released, but according to Vatican spokesman, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, on Nov. 1, the Pope will celebrate a public Mass.

The joint Lutheran-Catholic ecumenical commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation on 31 October in Lund, Sweden will consist of two parts. It will begin with a liturgy in Lund Cathedral and continue with a public event at Malmö Arena that will be open to wider participation. The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and Roman Catholic Church joint event will highlight the 50 years of continuous ecumenical dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans and the joint gifts of this collaboration. The Catholic-Lutheran commemoration of 500 years of the Reformation is structured around the themes of thanksgiving, repentance and commitment to common witness. The aim is to express the gifts of the Reformation and ask forgiveness for division perpetuated by Christians from the two traditions.

Lund Cathedral will be the venue for the common prayer service based on the recently published Catholic-Lutheran “Common Prayer” liturgical guide that is based on the report From Conflict to Communion. Malmö Arena will be the stage for activities focusing on the commitment to common witness and service of Catholics and Lutherans in the world. Highlights of the joint work of LWF World Service and Caritas Internationalis will be featured, including care for refugees, peacebuilding, and advocacy for climate justice. The arena can host up to 10,000 people.

Pope Francis, LWF President Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan and LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Martin Junge will lead the common prayer service in Lund and the event in Malmö in cooperation with leaders from Church of Sweden and the Catholic Diocese of Stockholm.

“There is power when communities find their way out of conflict. In Christ we are encouraged to serve together in this world. The joint commemoration is a witness to the love and hope we all have because of the grace of God,” LWF President Younan and General Secretary Junge say.

Kurt Cardinal Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity explains further: “By concentrating together on the centrality of the question of God and on a Christocentric approach, Lutherans and Catholics will have the possibility of an ecumenical commemoration of the Reformation, not simply in a pragmatic way, but in the deep sense of faith in the crucified and resurrected Christ.”

“We look forward to this event which can gather up to 10,000 people. The idea behind the arena event is to further describe the development from conflict to communion with a focus on hope for the future and common service in the world,” says Church of Sweden Archbishop Antje Jackélen.

Bishop Anders Arborelius of the Catholic Diocese of Stockholm adds, “History will be written when Pope Francis and the LWF leaders visit Lund and Malmö to encourage all of us to go further on the road towards Christian unity.”

Information on the Joint Ecumenical Commemoration will be updated on the event website www.lund2016.net




Posted June 16, 2016
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