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LGBT Marines & Tamagotchi Children

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I am moved to tears by Marian's article discussing "To Read or Not to Read The Mystical City of God."

I discovered these writings of Venerable Mary of Agreda almost by accident. I was looking for Saint Augustine's City of God and a reference to Venerable Mary of Agreda's writings popped up. So, I bought these and felt my love for the Blessed Mother validated.

I would like to share this article with a group of men in our "That Man Is You" (TMIY) group.

     Thank you very much,


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We appreciate your kind words and enthusiasm.

We are glad you benefitted from that article. You may share it with your men's group without any problem.


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Mass of the Ages Documentary

Dear TIA,

Many people from my parish have expressed great excitement about Mass of the Ages, a three-part documentary that explains the Latin Mass, Vatican II, and the wider crisis in the Church. The second part of this documentary came out last week and already has well over one hundred thousand views, so I decided to watch it and see why it is so popular.

While I found the documentary to be quite informative, I was disappointed to see that it portrays Pope Paul VI and the "Council Fathers" as well-intentioned figures who were simply misguided. Since I am sure you disagree with this conclusion, I am hoping you will be able to watch this documentary and correct its historical errors so your readers will have a more nuanced and accurate understanding.

     In Jesus, Mary, and Joseph,



Marine Corps Promoting LGBT

Dear TIA,

On Instagram today, June 1st, the United States Marine Corps decided to celebrate “pride month” with a picture of rainbow colored bullets strapped to a military helmet with a pro-homosexual caption. (Below)


Marines LGBTQ Pride

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Francis Rewards Cupich

Dear TIA,

Re: Card. Culpich named for the Congregation of Divine Worship

Well, this is what we should expect. Francis names Chicago’s Cardinal Cupich to the Congregation for Divine Worship.

I’m sure it is a reward for his "fidelity" to Francis’ new directive Traditionis custodes to wipe out the traditional Mass. Cupich was one of the first to issue new policies for Chicago that curtails the celebration of the Latin Mass.

No more Masses in parish churches. All Latin Masses must incorporate scripture readings in the vernacular using official translation of USCCB. No Latin Masses on the first Sunday of every month (to be sure Catholics are going to the Novus Ordo), Christmas, the Triduum, Easter or Pentecost.

All this earned a promotion from Francis...
Read and weep.



Virtual Children a New Option for Couples

Dear TIA,

Did you know? Parallel to the One World Order plans for depopulation, now we have a replacement to be offered to couples who want children: it is the virtual child - the Tamagotchi child - which is being planned by the gurus of virtual reality and AI (artificial intelligence).

It is a complete mind control that enslaves the person in every aspect of his life. Is it the Devil's sick mimic of paradise or an actual hell?


Expert Predicts Fake AI ‘Tamagotchi Children’
Will ‘Solve Population Problem’ Within 50 Years

Alicia Powe

Biological offspring will increasingly become obsolete within the next five decades as would-be parents opt for fake AI children to quell concerns surrounding “overpopulation,” one of the UK’s leading authorities in artificial intelligence claims.

A population crisis will compel society to embrace digital children which require “minimal resources and cost nothing to raise, artificial intelligence expert Catriona Campbell predicts in a newly published book AI by Design: A Plan For Living With Artificial Intelligence.

“Virtual children may seem like a giant leap from where we are now…but within 50 years technology will have advanced to such an extent that babies which exist in the metaverse are indistinct from those in the real world,” Campbell writes. “As the metaverse evolves, I can see virtual children becoming an accepted and fully embraced part of society in much of the developed world.”

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Chaplains File Law Suit against Department of Defense

Dear TIA,

Please, find below the terms of a law suit filed by military chaplains against the Department of Defense for its unconstitutional mandatory vaccination and refusal of religious exemptions. Further the chaplains accuse the Department of Defense of bad faith, fraud and acting against religious liberty.

The lawyer defending the chaplains is Sidney Powel, director of Defending the Republic.

This is the 26th law suit against the Department of Defense for similar reasons.


Defending The Republic files class action suit on behalf of military chaplains

On May 18, 2022, Associated Gospel Churches ("AGC") and Defending the Republic ("DTR"), filed a class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida on behalf of military chaplains in Alvarado v. Austin, III, No. 8:22-cv-1149 (MD Fla) ("Alvarado").

In Alvarado, military chaplains challenge the legality of the Department of Defense's ("DoD") mandate that all military take a COVID-19 vaccination. The chaplains contend it is a fraud, not a vaccine as that term is historically known and the Mandate is unconstitutional. There are now 26 such lawsuits in various District Courts.

The Chaplains' lawsuit challenges DoD's utter contempt for religious liberty evidenced in its "no religious accommodations policy" contrary to law; its failure to obey the Religious Freedom Restoration Act; and its failure to acknowledge or implement Congress' directive in the 2013 and 2014 National Defense Authorization Act's ("NDAA") section 533, establishing specific religious liberty provisions and protections for military personnel and chaplains.

DoD has failed to obey Congress' subsequent commands in the 2016 and 2018 NDAAs to implement Section 533's protections for chaplains and produce religious liberty instruction for the Chaplains, Judge Advocates General, and command preparation courses.

The Chaplains allege DoD has acted in bad faith; subverted the military; established both a religion and a forbidden religious test for public office; violated every First Amendment guarantee; shown contempt for Congress and acted in overt bad faith.

DoD's actions contravene express Congressional directives, the Constitution and the rule of law. This hostility to lawful authority should concern every citizen.

Arthur Schulz of AGC is the lead counsel, with DTR and Andrew Meyer of Finn Law Group as co-counsel.

Read more here


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Posted June 2, 2022

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