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Pentagon on UFOs & Repentance of God



Defense Department's position on UFOs


Dear TIA,

Here is a change in attitude from some years ago. Now the Pentagon is admitting the presence of UFOs and even wants reports.

They are even releasing footage of unidentified objects that look like space ships.

Sightings are up, I wonder if the devils plan to land soon.

Thanks for your good reporting on this topic. Please, more.

     M.G.

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This Sums Up Vatican II


Dear TIA,

Thought you would enjoy this.

An older man, a ‘returnee’ to the Catholic Church was having trouble adjusting to all the post Vatican II changes.

“This whole process of coming back to the Catholic Church has been more stressful than I expected,” Gary reflected. “However, I did appreciate one nice lady named Susan who seemed to understand my struggle. She summed it up by saying, ‘History began in 1962… everything else before that was a mistake!'”

So, the Magisterium of the Church was a mistake. I am sure that is news to God.

     G.G.

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Biden the Villain

TIA,

Re: Do Not Pick your Teeth with Your Fingers

Thank you for the update.

Mr. Biden sneering looks like someone out of Central Casting for the part of Snidely Whiplash, the villain.


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Gingerbread House

TIA.

Look who is in charge of the baby formula crisis.

T.H.


baby crisi formula


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Gibson's Stu


Dear TIA,

I give kudos to Dr. Horvat for suffering through ‘Father Stu’ and giving us an honest review of it. Her assessment of Mel Gibson towards the end is spot on.

He is apparently friends with Instagram playboy degenerate Dan Bilzerian and gets stem cell injections to look young. That goes beyond even a normal level of the revolutionary spirit and into the demonic since stem cells are harvested from aborted babies. He may have given us ‘The Passion’ but he is clearly lost.

     In Maria,

     N.B.

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Does God Make Mistakes?


Hello,

I respect your website, so when I encountered a theological issue I couldn't answer, I thought I would send it to y'all. I was reading in my local Catholic paper a snippet from Pope Francis where he is talking about the flood and said that God thought he made a mistake in creating man.

I know that is wrong, but I don't have a good enough understanding in my mind how to articulate it.

Could you respond to that statement please?

Thank you and God bless y'all!

     J.D.
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TIA responds:

Hello J.D.,

Thank you for your consideration for TIA.

When the Scripture refers to the cause of the flood, it states:

"And God seeing that the wickedness of men was great on earth, and that all the thought of their heart was bent upon evil, it repented him that he had made man on earth. And being touched inwardly with sorrow of heart he said: I will destroy man, whom I have created, from the face of the earth, from man even to beast, from the creeping thing even to the fowls of the air, for it repententh me that I have made them." (Gen 6:5-7)

On this text in which God is referred to as having sorrow and repenting, Fr. Cornelius a Lapide comments:

"One says that a man repents when he rejects with sorrow and retracts from something he said or did or when he did not foresee the consequences of a sad event. But God foresees everything and is not able to suffer sorrow. Therefore, properly speaking, He cannot repent. Here anthropomorphically repentance and sorrow are used when God, because of man's crimes, decides to revoke and stop sending His gifts and graces; when, because of their sins, He kills and punishes the sinners who He had created and gratified. Hence Symmachus translates God repents by God despises; then, 'God repents' means, God despises the sins of men and, becoming indignant, He decrees to retract and destroy men, who He had created.'"


We see, therefore, that there are two perspectives involved:
  • First, absolutely or ontologically speaking, God cannot repent or have sorrow because He is omniscient and impassible;

  • Second; as a way of saying when speaking to man – anthropomorphically – the Scripture refers as cause of the deluge that God repented and was sorrowful because men were unfaithful. It is a way to express that mankind became morally so bad that God could no longer tolerate its existence and annihilated it almost totally.
We hope this is of some help to you.

     Cordially,

     TIA correspondence desk


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More Guidance


Dear TIA,

It is becoming more and more apparent, as the chastisement becomes real and intensifies, that we need guidance, hope and direction on how to live and deal with the suffering we are experiencing, especially those who are standing for the true faith and are trying to fight the evils that surround us in our families, our country, the world, and the CHURCH.

Please give us more articles and posts that give means and encouragement to carry our crosses and give us hope that the Reign of Mary's promises will be fulfilled.

I include this last paragraphs of the article Dr Plinio wrote on St. Mayeul as an example.

The lesson is that we should confide in Providence. Sometimes Divine Providence asks a blind confidence from us. It is a kind of confidence that trusts against all appearances and remains faithful despite appearances to the contrary. If we make it a habit to practice this heroic confidence, we accumulate for ourselves a great treasure of mercy.

Let us say, for example, that someone founds a school. After a certain period of time, the school fails. He thinks: God abandoned me. Another individual tries to convert certain persons and is not successful. Still another tries to establish a movement for the glory of Our Lady, and the movement does not go forward. They can all be tempted to think: God abandoned me. It is not true. Very often God gives the success by means of many apparent abandonments. We have to walk through many real catastrophes and at the end we will harvest the victory. By the good acceptance of all these intermediary catastrophes, we merit in the end the thing we had hoped for.

Sometimes it is very hard to understand what is happening, what is the plan of Our Lady for us. But if we confide against all appearances, we will receive more than what we have asked for. This is what happened with the men who accompanied the saint.

Then, let us ask St. Mayeul for the grace to see this represented in our own lives and to understand how the hand of God is guiding us through the perplexing tunnels and catastrophes we face; how the care and love of Our Lady is ever with us, preparing us to receive more than what we have asked for.


     In Maria,

     L.M.


Posted May 26, 2022
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