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Ecu-mass, St. Basil & Death Penalty



Ecu-mass in Motion

TIA,

Dr. Remi always said there is a plan to come with an ecumenical mass. It seems that it is in motion at the Vatican.

Check out The Eponymous Flower: Rome Makes Quibbling Denial of Planned Future Sacrilegious Communion Service with Lutheran Heretics

     J.J.

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The Irish Question


Dear TIA staff,

I recently posted a new article on my blog that might be of interest to TIA readers. The post deals with the clandestine communist nature of IRA/Sinn Féin and their long-time icon, Gerry Adams. The late British analyst Christopher Story (1938 - 2010) warned almost 20 years ago of an insidious plan on the part of master-strategist Gerry Adams to unify Ireland on Leninist terms!

Here is my piece: Christopher Story's Prescient Warning to the Irish.

As always, many thanks and God bless!

     Sincerely,

     O.R., Europe


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St. Basil on Homosexuality & Pedophilia


TIA,

I am sending you a magnificent text of St. Basil the Great teaching how to deal with homosexual and pedophile priests and monks. I wish the Catholic spirit he represents to be restored in our beloved Catholic Church.

     Fr. P.A.

“Any cleric or monk who seduces young men or boys, or who is apprehended in kissing or in any shameful situation, shall be publicly flogged and shall lose his clerical tonsure. Thus shorn, he shall be disgraced by spitting in his face, bound in iron chains, wasted by six months of close confinement, and for three days each week put on barley bread given him toward evening.

“Following this period, he shall spend a further six months living in a small segregated courtyard in custody of a spiritual elder, kept busy with manual labor and prayer, subjected to vigils and prayers, forced to walk at all times in the company of two spiritual brothers, never again allowed to associate with young men.”    -- Saint Basil the Great


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Polish Translation of Dr. Horvat’s Article


Laudetur Iesus Christus!

I'm the owner of small catholic website obronawiary.pl. I like very much two-part article of Marian T. Horvat, Ph.D. about Document on Woman Religious from TIA

Could I translate this text and put it on my website (of course with annotation of source)?

     Yours faithfully,

     Piotr Błażejczak, Poland

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The Editor responds:

Dear Mr. Piotr Błażejczak,

Thank you for your consideration.

I spoke with Dr. Horvat and she agreed to give you permission to translate the mentioned article under the conditions you proposed.

I ask you the favor to send me a link to the article when it is online.

     Cordially,

     Atila S. Guimarães, editor

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Mr. Błażejczak replies:

Dear Mr. Atila S. Guimarães,

Thank you very much for the permission.

I put the translation of this article on the Internet and it is available right here and here.

     Yours faithfully,

     Piotr Błażejczak


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JP2 Promoted Class-Struggle


Dear TIA,

It came to my attention a news clip of the New York Times (July 7, 1980) reporting one of the trips of John Paul II to Brazil. It is quite interesting to see how the Pope's words were extremely bold in order to promote class struggle and throw the people on the path of Communism. Today, we would say that only Francis could be so communist... We have forgotten!

Try to show this news to one of your conservative friends. Most likely he will not hear what you have to say. Conservatives have a screen on their ears to listen only to what is convenient to their agenda.

You may read the news report here.

     Keep up the good work

     B.M.


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De Lubac & Lustiger


Hello TIA,

Please do send me the web links for Atila Sinke Guimaraes’ reviews of De Lubac, and Lustiger errors.

     In Jesus and Mary,

     E.B.
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TIA responds:

Hello E.B.,

Regarding Card. Henri de Lubac, we would highly recommend reading these articles (click on their titles to view them):
  1. Card. de Lubac: Ratzinger Destroyed the Holy Office; He Did Not Change;
  2. Fr. Henri de Lubac Borrows his Notion of 'Collective Salvation' from Judaism;
  3. De Lubac Highly Praises Jewish Messianism.
Regarding Card. Jean-Marie Lustiger, I would recommend these (the first two are pictures with explanations):
  1. Catholic Prelates learn the Torah and Talmud;
  2. Cardinals and Bishops wear Jewish yarmulkes;
  3. Charismatics, Devils and Modernists.
Also, if you would like further reading, I would recommend ordering Mr. Guimarães’ Volume IV, Animus Delendi I, which gives quotes and explanations of progressivist theologians whose intent was to destroy the Church. Here is a book review of this volume: Three Cheers for the ‘Auto-Demolition?

I hope this is of some help.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk


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Controversy on Death Penalty


TIA,

Re: ‘Brilliant Move’ on Death Penalty

Thank you, B.W., for a sensible Catholic assessment.

I would add that it is “brilliantly” diabolical on several levels. They nuked the liturgy in 1968, now it looks like they are going to nuke the catechism only 50 years later. It diverts attention from the pederasty crisis (which is Francis’ job), builds the myth of pope-ism (that is, Francis can speak from the chair of Peter even at 40,000 feet to a liberal news reporter), places the last nail on the coffin of “justice” over the God of justice and mercy, and destroys any notion of the separate functions of the secular and ecclesial orders which organically grew out of Western Civilization. Placing this novelty in the catechism by a “pronouncement” of Francis was brilliant.

See attached article sent by Fr. Richard. “Confused concept of human dignity.” Alonso Gracián contrasts the “human person” in a state of sanctified grace as substantially different from fallen human nature, above the animals (at least those who have not descended through mortal sin) but without redemption.

See Bishop McElroy’s announcement of Francis' change to the Catechism (The ink wasn’t dry on the Vatican news report before McElroy sent this “with joy”):

With joy, the Catholic Church celebrates the Vatican’s revision of the Catholic Catechism that calls the death penalty “inadmissible because it is an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the person.” See also here.

Oops. Forgot the masonic perception lie – slowly moving the meaning by changing the language. Wordsmithing.

Francis has added a couple new (or centuries old) ecclesial terms to the confusion table: “inadmissible” and “inviolable”. Now his minions can concoct any interpretation they want. Then Francis will simply “pronounce” the new doctrine out of whole cloth in a newspaper (or from 40,000 feet). Works for libs.

     L.G.


Posted August 14, 2018
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