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Bad Sheen, Good Sheen & Freemasonry

The True Sheen
People Commenting
Dear TIA,

You are mistaken on Sheen's "cooperation" with Vatican 2. His false statements were all constructed (and printed) after his death. His "auto" biography was a farce to promote Vatican 2. You should know that by now as you see its errors disappearing down the black hole of heresy. Sheen's previous books do not conform to Vatican 2, especially on Communism, which the Vatican now enjoins.

You were not born during the days of when Sheen's followers were mere high-school Catholics with a Catholic nose for what he stood for, although he mostly white-washed the coming errors, he was trapped before Catholic traditionalists could rescue him. We could barely rescue ourselves, and barely support our discarded priests. That is the category Bishop Sheen was in, discarded, but an important piece of "toady" art for the Vatican myth of new doctrine. He was aging, lost the Archdiocese of New York - to which he was entitled as its Auxiliary, and shunted off to Rotten-chester, N.Y., punished. He died there of a broken heart, the Catholics who knew him best made this known at the time. He never said the Novus Ordo Mass, & offered the True Mass in private until he died, but he had to allow the False Mass in the diocese or face Father Kuhn's fate. Too bad you couldn't know the real Bishop Sheen, the one who did not write his "autobiography."

You are quite naive even to this day - but too young to know Sheen as the true Catholic he was. He would have been the star Traditionalist. They had to squelch him. As scholars you might think about contacting G.M. You could speak on the same level at least and not have to listen to me.

Hope to see you again for a further chat on this, but I am aging, too.


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Spiritual Comfort
People Commenting
Dear Dr. Marian Horvat,

Just a note to thank you for your participation in the Pro Multis DVD on Our Lady of Good Success. Your interviews were eloquent and moving, and your apparent anguish over the state of the Church was a great comfort to me. It's good to know that there are people like you in the world.

     Kind regards,

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30 Gregorian Masses
People Commenting

I would like to schedule 30 Gregorian Masses as soon as possible. My mother, Rosemary Dedman, passed away on Tuesday, May 31, the feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. We were so blessed.

Would someone please contact me right away about how I get these Masses scheduled for her? This is a tradition in our family. I would also like to know when they will be said. Thank you very much for your help.


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TIA responds:


We offer our condolences for your mother's death. We are praying for the repose of her soul.

We are afraid you have received some mistaken information about us. TIA is civil organization composed of Catholic lay members. We do not have priests who may receive your request for Masses.

Please, read these data on where Gregorian Masses can be requested. It may be useful to you.


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New Seer
People Commenting
Dear TIA,

Thought you might be interested in one of the messages [May 2010] from Pedro Regis in Brazil who claims to have been receiving messages from Our Lady:

"The false church that penetrated into the Church of My Jesus will be defeated. God will separate the wheat from the chaff. The day will come when all that is false will fall to the earth. God will separate you from evil and those who listen to the true teaching of the Church will experience a great victory."

Pedro has predicted the megaquake in Japan, the earthquake in Haiti and problems along the Mississippi in the USA.

     In Queen Mary,

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Mother Teresa - Freemasonry
People Commenting
Dear TIA

I have been readings your articles and they are really GOOD.

When I was going through the internet I realized that freemasons revere Mother Teresa very much.

They even have a medal for her see this link.

What could be the reason for this?



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TIA responds:

Dear J.M.

Thank you for your kind words on our articles.

Perhaps Mother Teresa and the Freemasons share the common desire of a Pan-religion for all mankind. This would explain why the latter are promoting her.


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People Commenting
Greetings TIA,

I am coming into the Church and quite confused. My first mass was with guitars, not beautiful chant. Then nuns at my church do not wear their habit and I have only once seen a woman in a veil. I do not want to damn myself by not following the Pope yet when I see some of the things he does with heretics I am confused. Kiss the Koran? Enter pagan temples?

And this Protestantized uncouth way for youth - instead of youth program which teaches youth to be proper - the youth dance like fools on the altar, dress like whores, and speak heresy, saying that the sins of the word are okay.

Also I thought of bowing before my bishop once - when I met him - but thought he might get angry since he is so modern it seems.

I do not want to fall into heresy by joining some group like SSPX. I am just confused.

     In Christ,


Blason de Charlemagne
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Posted June 16, 2011

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