What People Are Commenting
donate Books CDs HOME updates search contact

The Vatican Deception & Synod on LGBT

New Movie on Our Lady of Fatima

Dear Friends,

The email I sent out a couple of days ago with the subject The Vatican Deception was about a new film released yesterday. [This is the same date as the Miracle of the Sun in 1917 which was associated with proving the veracity of the apparitions at Fatima].

The film, which I have not seen yet – I am only going by what I have read and seen in the trailers – is a documentary on how Russia has not been consecrated according to Our Lady’s requests.

Our Lady asked that the Pope, in union with the bishops, consecrate Russia to Her Immaculate Heart. This has never been done – though others have contested that it has – as no ceremony has ever been performed throughout the world in union with any pontiff.

This is why the world and the Church is in such turmoil for Mary stated that, after the Consecration, there would be granted a period of world peace.

If you are interested in learning more about the movie or seeing it, please visit this site.

     Take care,



Jumping Polish Nuns

Hello TIA,

I always heard that to use a habit is an expression that a nun is conservative or even traditionalist.

When I watched this clip (below) that a friend sent to me, I changed my mind. The nuns pictured in this footage are potentially as progressivists as the American nuns we know here. We see this by their entire adhesion to the rhythm in their dancing that they already have swallowed the Vatican II lie that the Church should adapt to the modern world.

Here the use of the habit does not make the monk as the saying goes; we need to look into their lives deeper...

Really sad, but very revealing.




Morning after Pill


Mrs. K. told me she found a package of 'morning after pills' in the 'specials' bin at Kroger's at the price of $1.00. Physical and spiritual premeditated, paid execution-murder-pills that 'cry out for Gods vengeance! For $1 from the 'specials' bin in deep mid-America 2018 near the hot dogs and peanut butter, while acid rock oldies blast from above for your tattoos and body piercings ambiance enhancement.

The photo of the Virgin Mary in Norwood, Ohio is gone. It has been taken down with all other historic photos. Who cares about history!?! It is gone: really gone and all remnants of it.

Modernism is over. Post modernism is over. Post -Post Modern is gone. True Chaos, New Tribalism, leading to New Oblivion is here. The Virgin Mary of Norwood is gone. She will never be back. Or 'the past'. It will never be back. The past is past.



Will Synod Legitimate LGBT?

Dear TIA,

The end of the Youth Synod is approaching, it will close this coming Saturday, October 28. We should be prepared for new dark storms coming from Francis’ Vatican. One of them is the use of the acronym LGBT, which was already employed in the preparatory document of the Synod.

If the term is used in the final document – the Apostolic Exhortation signed by the Pope – we will have another important landmark giving “citizenship” to homosexuals and the so-called transgenders.

The news report below shows that there is a good change the acronym will be used.

Please, read it.

     In Jesus and Mary,


Vatican bishops at synod struggle with what to call gay people

David Gibson

Here's what they're doing at the youth Synod! New Evangelization...

Vatican City (RNS) October 23, 2018 – As Catholic leaders from around the world rush to draft a document summarizing their month long deliberations on reaching out to young people, they have consistently struggled with what may seem like a simple question: how to refer to gay people.

The issue has come up repeatedly in briefings and interviews with the nearly 270 bishops and cardinals, as well as 72 nonvoting observers – including some 30 young adults – who have been debating a range of issues at this global summit, known as a synod, which is taking place under the aegis of Pope Francis, who wants to see open discussion of difficult topics.

Francis himself sparked the discussion about the church and homosexuality soon after his election in 2013 when he was asked whether gay men could be priests – something his predecessors sought to bar. Francis responded: “If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?”

That last phrase became a virtual meme of this papacy. But just as momentous was the fact that Francis was the first pope, and the rare Catholic leader, to use the term “gay.”

Church leaders and official church documents almost always use the more clinical word “homosexual,” or “same-sex attracted.”

“If the church continues to use antiquated, outdated and overly clinical terms like ‘same-sex attracted’ rather than the name the group uses for itself, the church will simply make dialogue more difficult and make these Catholics feel even less welcome in what is, after all, their church too,” said the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest and author of “Building a Bridge,” a book about how the institutional church and LGBT Catholics can promote a constructive relationship.

“Besides,” Martin added via email, “if Pope Francis can use the word ‘gay’ so can everyone else.”

Cardinal Tagle

Cardinal Luis Tagle smiles during a news conference on the synod at the Vatican on Oct. 23, 2018. Tagle, who is involved in the youth synod, said inclusiveness toward LGBT Catholics has been a frequent topic over the past month and is likely to make it into the final document. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

For the synod, this debate over vocabulary is fraught because conservatives fear that using terms such as gay or LGBT could signal an official approval of homosexuality and could undermine church teaching and the church’s public policy stands against gay marriage, for example.

“There is no such thing as an ‘LGBTQ Catholic’ or a ‘transgender Catholic’ or a ‘heterosexual Catholic,’ as if our sexual appetites defined who we are,” Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, a U.S. delegate to the synod and a leader of the conservative camp, told the assembly in a speech to the floor earlier this month.

“It follows that ‘LGBTQ’ and similar language should not be used in church documents, because using it suggests that these are real, autonomous groups, and the church simply doesn’t categorize people that way,” he said.

The problem is that the working document that served as the blueprint for discussions in fact used the term LGBT (the acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and it often includes “Q” for queer) because it drew on input from young people and church leaders whose views were solicited by the Vatican over the previous year.

“The youth are talking about it freely and in the language they use, and they are encouraging us, ‘Call us, address us this (way) because this is who we are,’” Cardinal John Ribat, a synod delegate from Papua New Guinea, said at a press briefing on Saturday (Oct. 20).

The inclusion of LGBT in that document triggered anxiety in some quarters. Conservative media outlets have pressed cardinals and bishops at every turn to clarify whether the terms would be included in the final synod document, which is scheduled to be voted on this Saturday. ...

Original here


Blason de Charlemagne
Follow us

Posted October 25, 2018

The opinions expressed in this section - What People Are Commenting - do not necessarily express those of TIA

Related Works of Interest

Volume I
A_Offend1.gif - 23346 Bytes

Volume II
Animus Injuriandi II

Volume III
A_ad1.gif - 32802 Bytes

Volume IV
A_ad2.gif - 31352 Bytes

Volume V
A_ff.gif - 33047 Bytes

Volume VI
destructio dei

Volume VII
fumus satanae

Volume VIII

Volume IX
volume 10

Volume X

Volume XI
A_hp.gif - 30629 Bytes

Special Edition