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Muslim Stamps & St. Edward's Prophecy
Rainbow Flag at the Vatican
On the page "Assisi 2010 loses steam" in "Church Revolution in Pictures," there is a photograph of Archbishop Alberto Taveira leading a group of charismatics. The archbishop is standing behind a podium that has a picture on it facing the audience. If I am not mistaken, the picture includes the all-too-familiar "rainbow flag" of the international homosexual movement. I am no longer surprised, but I am still disgusted.
When I visited the Vatican shortly before the death of John Paul II, I was disturbed to see the homosexual flag hanging from a building on Viale Vaticano, just across the street from the entrance to the Vatican Museum. At the time it seemed to be an attack on the Vatican by enemies of the Church.
Now I wonder if it could have been a message of solidarity with the Vatican by enemies of the Church.
Spanish Link to Our Lady of Good Success
I am friends with a Spanish priest and I live in Madrid near Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Buen Sucesso (and yes, it is as hideous as it looks in your photos, but the priests there are actually very holy).
I do not have sufficient Spanish to communicate to the priest the story however. Do you have a link where the story is explained in Spanish that I could pass on to him? I looked on Google but I couldn't find anything as good as your page in English on tradition in action.
Ad majorem Dei gloriam,
Thank you for your kind words.
Unfortunately we do not know of a website in Spanish that gives a full history of the apparitions and their message. Perhaps you could suggest the priest of the Church of Our Lady of Good Success to buy the three-volume set titled Vida Admirable de la Madre Mariana de Jesus Torres y Berriochoa from Libreria Fiat Voluntas Tua in Florida. He can call them at 786-388-3128 or e-mail them at email@example.com
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Do Not Buy Muslim Stamps
Apparently they think that putting hearts and butterflies on the new stamp will make most people not realize that the rest is Arabic and probably not something we want to support. New Stamp - the second one!!!
USPS New 44-Cent Stamp Celebrates a Muslim holiday.
If there is only ONE thing you forward today... let it be this!
President Obama has directed the United States Postal Service to REMEMBER and HONOR the EID MUSLIM holiday season with a new commemorative 44-Cent First Class Holiday Postage Stamp.
REMEMBER to adamantly & vocally BOYCOTT this stamp, when you are purchasing your stamps at the post office.
All you have to say is "No thank you, I do not want that Muslim Stamp on my letters!"
Pass this along to every Patriotic American that you know and get the word out! Honor the United States of America!
I just finished reading the web page on TIA titled "Bloody Passovers Reported by a Jewish Scholar" analyzed by Marian T. Horvat, Ph.D. concerning Ariel Toaff's book Blood Passover. At the end of the page Marian Horvat says "It is a pity that the book is no longer available. If any of my readers have it and would make a copy and send it to me, I would like to make a very detailed review of his arguments."
Well, I just found Ariel Toaff's book Blood Passover online, in pdf format translated into English by Israel Shamir. Here it is, israelshamir.net/BLOODPASSOVER.pdf
I'd be interested in reading Marian Horvat's detailed review of the book.
Thank you for your information on this book by Ariel Toaff. TIA already has a copy of it and a detailed book review is on its way by another member of our staff.
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P.S.: Please, read an updated response to this question
St. Edward’s Prophecy
Mr Guimarães’ excellent article on the Anglican conversions offers hope to the Catholic faith on several levels. One ray of hope, as he stated, was the New Church’s decade long reluctance to welcome them to the faith, and then doing so in fear of the converts seeking the true expression of the Catholic Faith in traditionalism. A second item of note is that these conversions may begin a snowballing effect for others lost in the darkness that St. Dominic Savio saw in his vision.
The overwhelming fact is that the New Church is disoriented, in chaos, and crumbling. Mr. Guimarães excellent statement, “They (the Anglican converts) still see the physiognomy of Holy Mother Church, even when she is in a state of passion like that Our Lord Jesus Christ suffered,” concisely describes this diabolical disorientation, which the prophesy of Our Lady of Fatima described. I believe this thought, expressed by the author, shakes the wicked foundations of the New Church and has thrown its purveyors into deep consternation. No matter how vigorously it tries to unite in a false ecumenical zeal with the enemies of Christ, it is no match for God and His temporal and heavenly army.
This conversion continues the prophecy of St. Edward the Confessor, who saw the division of England from Rome in a vision as he lay dying. In the vision, in the mysterious ways of such experiences, three hundred years was the time assumed for the split. Three hundred years after the initiation of the split by the coronation of Henry VIII’s whore, Anne Boleyn, with the crown of St. Edward ensconced on her wicked head, soon to be lost, our Holy Father, Pius IX, in 1857 reintroduced the Catholic hierarchy into England. He was the pope current during the time of St. Dominic’s vision.
Now, as the conversions draw heretics back into the Faith, we can only pray, with the most fervent hope, that these men and women enter the true Faith outside of which there is no salvation, even though they come through the dark door of the New Church, that in God’s time will shut and the smoke of Satan will dissipate.
Posted February 11, 2011
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