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Disciplining Children & the Man of Sin

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In his latest bulletin the former SSPX bishop Richard N. Williamson expresses disgust that the new SSPX team to tackle theological issues is comprised of none other than the former SSPX Superior General, and First and Second Assistants, namely, Bishop Fellay and Frs Pfluger and Nely. All these men favor a deal with Rome. And none of them are theologians by any measure.

Your readers will be interested to note that at least one, if not all three of these men, has promoted the closure of all Mass centers in India apart from the social service networks centered around their main station at the southern tip of India. This promotion is well under way with the affected centers asked to pay for all expenses or risk losing the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Donors to this Society's activities in that land must be made aware that their funds are no longer going towards the promotion of the Traditional Latin Mass.

May Our Lady of Good Health, known in India as Velankanni Matha (the town of Velankanni has a huge Marian Shrine), protect the spiritual health, now in grave danger because of the SSPX policy, of those little bands of people in India who wish to worship God through the Tridentine Mass.

     With sincere good wishes to you all,

     A.K.R., India


Corporal Punishment


Blessed be the name of Our Lord!

I am wondering if you might know what the (traditional) Catholic Church’s stance is on corporal punishment with respect to children? And: How discipline in general is needed for the formation of the person, especially starting from the very earliest age?

Might you be able to point me to resources on this?

Many thanks for all that you do.

May God bless you and your work always.

     In Christ,


TIA responds:

D.M., The topic was addressed by Dr. Marian Horvat answering a similar question.

You may read it here, with due quote of the Scripture source.


     TIA correspondence desk




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The ‘Man of Sin’


The revolution in the teachings of the Catholic Church is complete. We have always learned that adultery is a mortal sin (6th Commandment: Thou shalt not commit adultery). Now, we have a Pope that abolishes such a Commandment and tells his buddy-Jesuits that the opposite, taught by him in Amoris Laetitia, is the true Magisterium of the Church.

Is he not the “man of sin” described by St. Paul when he dealt with the great apostasy that would happen in the Church? Indeed, the Apostle warned us that a man would come opposing everything that is from God, and would present himself like God.

I wonder whether when Francis opposes so frontally the 6th Commandment itself he is not fulfilling that prophecy.

Please, read the news report below.


Pope Francis: Amoris Laetitia is ‘the Magisterium of the Church’
on divorced and remarried

Dorothy Cummings McLean

BANGKOK, Thailand, December 6, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― Pope Francis told Jesuits in Thailand that how the Church should behave pastorally to Catholics who are “divorced and remarried” is found in chapter 8 of his controversial 2016 exhortation Amoris Laetitia, a teaching that has been used by bishops around the world to allow Catholics living objectively in adultery to receive Holy Communion.

The pope indicated that such teaching is the “Magisterium of the Church.”

While meeting with a group of Southeastern Jesuits in Bangkok last month, Pope Francis invited their questions. One stated that they had “divorced and remarried” Catholics in their communities and asked how they are to “behave pastorally with them.”

Original here


More & More Satanist Profanations


As you have pointed out before (here, here and here), we are witnessing more and more Satanist profanations in churches and sacred places . It seems to be a preliminary phase for the public adoration of the Devil to come.

Although the case in the article below is still under investigation, there is an enormous increase of these blasphemies and desecrations everywhere today.

The solution is to be closer to the Most Holy Virgin Mary, who will always crush the head of the Serpent.

Eauze cathedral fire: Accident or act of Satanism?

November 15, 2019 – What happened before the discovery of a fire in the cathedral in Eauze, a medieval market town in southwest France on Nov. 12?

When the volunteer in charge of opening the former cathedral, a declared national monument, came to the building at 8 am, he discovered thick smoke.

A 40-cm high made resin statue of Our Lady of Fatima, installed in the cathedral, the ecclesiastical seat of the erstwhile Eauze diocese, was completely burned.

The statue was brought from Fatima in 2017 for the Gers parish, which has a large Portuguese community.

According to the parish priest, the fire was caused by a candlelight placed too close to a cloth covering the table where the statue was placed.

An investigation by law enforcing agencies is on to determine the cause of the inferno in the cathedral, which is dedicated to Saint Luperculus, a local bishop in the 3rd century before he was martyred during the Decian persecution.

Many Christians paid a high price for not following the edicts issued by Roman emperor Decius in 250, which asked everyone in the Roman jurisdiction to perform a sacrifice to pagan gods. Saint Luperculus was put to death for defying the royal edict.

Local rumors, however, speak of a satanic inscription and an inverted crucifix found in the church premises. ...

"The whole church is covered with soot" — the effect of slow combustion, Michel Gabas told La Croix.

The video surveillance tapes have been examined.

"No one entered the church between 6pm and 8am," he said, "when it was closed."

"We haven't found any evidence of a forced entry. On the other hand, at 4:24 pm on Monday, Nov. 11, two people carrying a large backpack were noticed entering, and exiting 40 minutes later, looking around," the mayor added.

Original here.


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Posted December 10, 2019

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