What People Are Commenting
Francis in JPII’s Footsteps & ‘Saint’ Paul VI
I've Learned a Lot
I discovered this site awhile back and it seems like every time I google something, this site shows up.
Thank you so much.
I've learned about the Vendee (
etc. So thankful to have a
From a Prisoner
Dear TIA family,
Please accept my most heartfelt thanks for your prompt and wonderful response to my most recent request for Catholic truth that actually has an impact!
Having been raised 'Catholic' then fallen away in my teens, mostly due to stubborn self-will, but also because I did not ever fully absorb the meaning and graces of the Faith, prayer and Sacraments. I now am beginning to perceive through apostolates such as TIA - that perhaps the spiritual inoculations and remedies administered to my generation (at least in some areas) were generic and watered-down.
Beginning with the Fatima story, after a miracle of grace in prison - still ongoing - I assiduously began re-educating myself, realizing for the first time in my life what I famously screamed to both of my parents through the prison phone: "It's real! It's real! Its' real!!!"
While it seems I will never become worthy of such a calling, I have the gift of zeal for truth and souls which frequently upsets my old man, which is a good thing. I want God!
Our Lady of Good Success
, pray for us!
pray for us! Soul of
God bless you all so much, and may He continue to assist you in disseminating potent medicine to those us in desperate need. As so many 'divine physician assistants! Thanks, thanks and powerfully proclaimed thanks!
Your work and intentions, as well as yourselves, are in my prayers and the prayers of the weekly rosary group I facilitate here at South Bay prison.
Crush the serpents' head,
Francis Teaches Errors
The amount of errors taught by Pope Francis is increasing terribly by the day. Check the comparison below.
Feast of St. Paul VI Now on Calendar
is another reason to resist the
novelties. Now Francis has included Paul VI,
known in Italy to be a homosexual
in the Roman Calendar.
They got rid of St. Christopher, St. Philomena, and others, and add one of the worst popes in all history. I can't find anything holy about his life or papacy... but now he has a saint day.
A travesty beyond words.
The Divine Mercy Chaplet
I just read
the piece about the Divine Mercy
being condemned by previous popes. I have not read most of the divine mercy diary but I have a picture of the original one, not the 2nd one.
My husband and I say the Divine Mercy chaplet almost every day. Would that be proper to say or not? I know there are others devotions.
There is a promise of Our Lady that whoever
prays the Rosary
will not perish eternally. We don’t believe that the chaplet of Divine Mercy has anything like this.
Indeed, St. Louis Grignion de Montfort reports this promise by Our Lady given to Bl. Alan de la Roche: ”All those who will recommend themselves to me through my Rosary will not be eternally condemned.” (Louis Grignion de Montfort,
O Segrêdo de Maria & Método de Rezar o Rosário
, Rio: Santa Maria, 1953, Preface to the second part, pp. 79-80).
Thus, we believe it would be wiser for you to use the time that you say the chaplet of Divine Mercy to pray the Rosary. Even if you cannot say the
, you can start with 5 decades saying
one set of the Mysteries
– Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious – a day.
For more on this apparition of Our Lady and the soundness of the devotion of the Rosary, read
TIA correspondence desk
Francis Echoes JPII
Fine article by Father Paul Alvarez Norton on "
Saving Benedict XVI.
" I think Benedict is a better man than his successor, but until the Vatican II revolution is truly addressed and overturned in some way, things in the Church will continue to deteriorate, by small steps or by great ones.
Francis's recent endorsement
of a statement which stated that God willed diversity of religions was scandalous enough.
But John Paul II said virtually the same.
This from a general audience of his, September 9, 1998: "The various religions arose precisely from this primordial human openness to God. At their origins we often find founders who, with the help of God’s Spirit, achieved a deeper religious experience. Handed on to others, this experience took form in the doctrines, rites and precepts of the various religions."
Two Different Perceptions of Mary
The Sadness of Our Lady of Good Success in Quito
“Her majesty, however, was not of an Empress who is being applauded by her subjects. It appeared to me to be rather the majesty of a Queen who is being rejected. She seems to be closed in her own dignity as if she were saying: '
I continue to be myself in all my majesty, even when no one or just a few are open to me.
' (italics mine. )
Vatican II "Mary' is not "Mary." Their statues are a depiction of True Mary; but the True Mary within the N.O. people is almost gone. They do not see internally who you see internally when looking at Mary statues. Many believe this is true now. It seems this is what you have said above.
Posted February 28, 2019
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