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Zita, Ecological Conversion & In Vitro Babies

What Is Coming, Is Coming

Dear TIA,

God bless you all patriots.

It's so refreshing in the midst of everyday reports of new turmoil and hatred, to know [through your Daily Mail] that His little army is carrying on no matter what.

But then we are aware of the Prophecies, so what's coming, IS coming!

I had meant to write before, but suffice for now that this one gets in the 'mail'...

‘till soon, I hope,

     Love to all,



Zita of Bourbon-Parma, a Mortal & Sinner

Hello TIA,

Below, is an excerpt from the starting ceremonial of the Requiem Mass for Zita of Habsburg and Bourbon-Parma the last Empress of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.

Upon arrival at the Capuchin Church, in keeping with tradition, a spokesman for the Empress, member of the funeral party, knocked on the closed door to be opened to allow her coffin to enter and there was an exchange with the parish priest:

The priest inside the Church: “Who goes there?”

The spokesman for the late Empress: “Her Imperial and Royal Apostolic Majesty The Empress of Austria, Apostolic Queen of Hungary, Queen of Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria and Illyria; Queen of Jerusalem, etc.; Archduchess of Austria; Grand Duchess of Tuscany and Cracow; Duchess of Lorraine, Salzburg, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola and Bukovina; Grand Princess of Transylvania, Margravine of Moravia; Duchess of Upper and Lower Silesia, of Modena, Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla, of Auschwitz and Zator, of Teschen, Friaul, Ragusa and Zara; Princely Countess of Habsburg and Tyrol, of Kyburg, Gorizia and Gradisca; Princess of Trent and Brixen; Margravine of Upper and Lower Lusatia and in Istria; Countess of Hohenems, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg ; Lady of Trieste, of Cattaro and on the Windic March; Grand Voivode of the Voivodeship of Serbia, Infanta of Spain, Princess of Portugal and of Parma.”

The priest: “I do not know her.”

A second knock and the priest: “Who goes there?”

The spokesman: “Zita, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary.”

The priest: “I do not know her.”

At a third knock, the priest asks again: “Who goes there?”

The spokesman: “Zita, a mortal and sinner.”

The priest, opening the Church’s doors: “Come in.”

You may watch the video here.

     Fr. P.A.N.


Ecological Conversion

Dear TIA,

Even if this news was already reported in June, I believe that, in the light of the coming Amazonia Synod, to re-read it is more opportune than ever. It is Pope Francis enforcing the U.N. agenda and calling for an ecological conversion.

I thank you for your comments on the Synod, which I am following regularly.

     In Jesus through Mary,


Pope Francis: The world needs an ecological ‘conversion’

Catholic News Agency – June 8, 2019 – The world needs an ecological “conversion” in order to manifest the Church’s vision of an integral human ecology, Pope Francis said in an address to a conference on the social teaching of the Church.

“The word ‘conversion’ assumes a special importance in our present situation. Adequate responses to current problems cannot be superficial. Rather, what is needed is precisely a conversion, a ‘turning around’, that is, a transformation of hearts and minds,” Pope Francis said on Saturday, June 8.

“Striving to overcome problems such as hunger and food insecurity, persistent social and economic distress, the degradation of ecosystems, and a ‘culture of waste’ calls for a renewed ethical vision, one that places persons at the center, desiring to leave no one on the margins of life,” he added.

The Holy Father spoke on the topic of Laudato Si and an integral ecology to the annual gathering of the International Conference of the Centesimus Annus pro Pontifice Foundation, which gathered in Rome. discussion. ...

Pope Franics reminded the group that the work of building up a person-centered, integral ecology is both a “call and a task.”

It is a call to rediscover our identity as sons and daughters of our heavenly Father who have been created in the divine image and commissioned to be stewards of the earth; re-created through the saving death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; and sanctified by the gift of the Holy Spirit,” he said.

“Such an identity is God’s gift to every person and even to creation itself, made new by the life-giving grace of the Lord’s death and resurrection. In this light, our call to solidarity as brothers and sisters and to a shared responsibility for our common home becomes increasingly urgent.”

The task, he said, is to change “models of global development” to those that “promote economic, environmental and social solidarity and sustainability within a more humane economy which considers not only the satisfaction of immediate desires but also the welfare of future generations.”

While there is much work to be done, the Pope pointed to some signs of growth in these areas - “the adoption, by many nations, of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Organization; a growing investment in renewable and sustainable energy sources; new methods of energy efficiency; and a greater sensitivity, especially among young people, to ecological concerns.”

He added that Christians dedicated to the task of creating a better, more integral ecology must remember that their hope is in the Lord. (Our bold)

Original here


Thousands of In Vitro Babies in the U.K.


Since I did not see you addressing this issue, I am passing the news report to you and your readers. Another anti-natural procedure becoming common…

May Our Lord stop these monstrosities soon with His promised Chastisement.



The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has released its latest data on medically assisted reproduction in the United Kingdom.

More than 54,000 patients underwent 75,000 fertility treatments in 2017, with the number of IVF cycles increasing by 2.5% compared to 2016. In 2017, more than 20,500 children were born by IVF in the United Kingdom. Although more than 90% of the IVF cycles (68,380) performed were for heterosexual couples, the report also shows that same-sex couples, single women and surrogate mothers represent an increasing proportion of MAR.

The use of oocyte cryopreservation increased by 11% between 2016 and 2017, i.e. 1,463 cycles were started in 2017 [1]. According to the HFEA, the increased birth rate from using frozen embryos (up from 18% in 2016 to 23% in 2017) – which has thus reached the birth rate from using fresh embryos – is behind oocyte cryopreservation’s better press. However, the HFEA does not have a lot of experience on which to assess these practices. Only 581 oocytes were used in 2017 (159 in 2012).

Regarding in-vitro fertilization, the multiple birth rate increased from 24% in 2008 to 10% in 2017. Access to NHS-funded MAR is increasingly disparate: in Scotland, 62% of IVF cycles were funded by the NHS, compared to 50% in Northern Ireland, 39% in Wales and 35% in England. This lowest figure for England could continue to fall. However, clinics in England performed 86% of the IVF cycles that took place in the UK in 2017.

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