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Filial Correction

God bless you TIA,

Atila on the filial correction is tremendous! I am still trying to emulate his patience.

It is difficult to find the proper words to explain the apostasy of the last six popes. They are supposed to represent Our Lord on earth, but they only prolong the Crucifixion. Our Lord’s incredible patience teaches me to fight these arrogant betrayers all the more. It takes a lot to enrage me, but I am getting close.

     In Maria,

     J.S., Ph.D.

The Council is not just an event that must be overcome. It is not a false step that must be put into perspective. It is not an ambiguous text that must be reinterpreted. The Second Vatican Council was a complete revolution that spared nothing, and Amoris Laetitia is its natural child.”

     -Christian Lassale, Sodalitium Pianum


Church of Hell

Dear Bloggers,

Thanks for your work on the 3rd secret of Fatima.

I'd like to share my observation about the prophecy fulfilled:

The vision of Lucía: "We saw the same Pope entering a Church, but this Church was the Church of hell; there is no way to describe the ugliness of that place. It looked like a gray cement fortress with broken angles and windows similar to eyes; it had a beak in the roof of the building. "

Paul VI Audience Hall (Hall of the Pontifical Audiences)

Some self-explanatory links that stress the horror of this Hall can be found here, here, here, here, here and here.

     Kind regards,



Replacement of Sister Lucy


I am glad to send you a link of the posting I published on Amor de la Verdad, in which the Argentinian exorcist Msgr. Mancuso, an authority of the Church, admits Sister Lucy “seems to have been replaced by another.” The link is here.

As St. Theresa used to say: “The truth suffers but it is never extinguished” (la verdad padece pero no perece). Now, as the time goes by, some voices are heard admitting the arguments that TIA published in the magnificent articles by Dr. Marian Horvat (here and here) about the evidence of the replacement of Sister Lucy by an impostor (in my opinion two imposters).

Also following the article of the blog Nacionalismo Católico San Juan Bautista, another article by Villasana is reproduced based on an article I wrote on the death of Sister Lucy. He also adds news about “our” Third Secret.

Therefore, I thank you for your inputs on this topic, and I take advantage to send you my most cordial greetings.

     Sincerely yours,

     Moimunan, Spain


The Editor responds:

Dear Mr. Moimunan,

Thank you for your message.

It is interesting to realize that the observations that we both take for granted as obvious are, little by little, being accepted by those who have not completely denied common sense.


     Atila S. Guimarães


Legend of St. Thomas or Pai Sumé

Dear TIA,

Thank you for publishing Elaine Jordan's article on St Thomas the Apostle.

Some years ago Benedict XVI caused a stir among the so-called St. Thomas Christians in India by making certain remarks about the Saint. Please take a look here: Controversy over Pope's St Thomas remarks

You will notice that the Malabarese Christians of India claim a nearly 2,000 year old link with St. Thomas the Apostle. But, evangelization throughout India only began with the arrival of the Latin Rite Portuguese in the early 16th Century onwards. What were the St Thomas Christians doing all those 1,500 years? Did St. Thomas not tell them of the Lord's command to make disciples of all nations, (Mk 16:15-16, Mt 28:19)?

Since some of the Syro-Malabarese and Syro-Malankarese have united with Rome, their clergy are now found all over the world wherever their lay folk have settled. They are also numerous in Rome and in Catholic institutions in the West. Churches are obtained and even eparchies are set up abroad. They have also obtained a fair slice of the running of the Catholic dioceses in India.

But where is the "making disciples of all nations"? Why was there no evangelization? Could St. Thomas really have come to South India or, was the entire "Thomas Story" really centered around another Thomas, such as the Thomas of Edessa, as some detractors of Christianity in India claim?

     Best wishes,



The Power of the Rosary


Oh, if only I had money – but I possess something infinitely greater: The Most Holy Rosary of Our Blessed Lady, the powers of which have only barely been touched. She who crushed the head of the serpent and succeeded in reigning over all the evils of the centuries, our Most Valiant Mother of God, reigns supreme with her rosary – Our Lady of Victory.

We have the most powerful weapon against all evil, against all the Powers of Darkness fomenting their feckless plots to no avail, for she does battle for God himself and His Son. This weapon is available to us all, the poorest and weakest, for it is based in the ultimate triumph of Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior of the world. AND HE IS OURS! His Mother is beside us shielding and protecting, doing battle against Satan’s puny forces that disappear like vapors before the Sun of Justice.



Poland Prays against Islam

Dear TIA,

On October 7, the day of Our Lady of the Rosary, a feast day established to commemorate the victory of the Catholic Armada over the Islam in 1571, an enormous number of Polish Catholics prayed the Rosary asking Our Lady to prevent, once again, the Islam from conquering Europe. This time the conquest is taking place through immigration and demographic explosion.

Read the news report below.

I follow it every day on your website.

     Keep up the good work, TIA.

     P.H., Brazil

Thousands of Poles Pray on the Border against ‘Islamization of Europe’

Victoria Friedman

8 Oct 2017 - Thousands of Catholics formed a human chain along the borders of Poland on the anniversary of an historic victory by Europe over the Ottoman Empire officially to pray for peace and “against the Islamization of Europe”.

Polish media reports hundreds of thousands of adherents participated in the “Rosary on the Borders” event on Saturday, October 7th, to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto, where “the Christian fleet overcame the Muslim armada, saving Europe from Islamization”.

The Catholic Feast of the Holy Rosary was established by Pope St. Pius V in 1571 as “Our Lady of Victory” after the Holy League won a landmark victory over the Ottoman Turks at their naval station in Lepanto.

The Solo Dios Basta foundation, which organized the event, attributed the victory to the recital of the Rosary “that saved Europe from Islamization”.

Prayers took place across some 4,000 locations along the country’s 2,000-mile border involving 320 churches from 22 dioceses.

Original here; read more here and here.

Poland prays rosary

Aerial view of the Polish people praying the Rosary on October 7, 2017


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Posted October 12, 2017

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