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Anti-Progressisivist Priests Expelled from SSPX

Dear TIA,

I noticed that you publish open letters from priests who have disagreed with certain positions of the SSPX. Since Father Pfeiffer and Father Chazal have been expelled from the Society and do not have a written statement, I would like to pass on the information of a website with recordings from them that explain why they have been expelled: it is here.

     Thank you for your courageous website.


Day of the Freemason

Dear TIA,

Confirming what you said in a recent Picture of the Week that today’s conciliar Church is friendly with Freemansonry, I am sending you a letter by the grand master of Italian Freemasonry to his subordinates. A part of it, which I am transcribing below, praises the progressivist Church for  taking an approach different from the one the Catholic Church used to take. You and your readers can judge for yourselves about the compromise of the Church with Freemasonry since Vatican II. The paragraph by the Grand Master reads:

Fortunately, the Catholic Church has taken positions that certainly deserve to be considered, supporting the project of a united Italy against delirious speeches full of hatred and révanche, substantially aimed at undermining social peace and the unity of the country. We can only be pleased for this historical position, which in reality was taken several years ago, as it shows how the positions change through time. So, our "relativism" also belongs to others, with no discussion about this. However, we hope that the many prejudices anachronistically affecting Freemasons are cancelled, considering the Second Vatican Council and its message of new birth in the church. (Original letter here: check paragraph 13)

When we see progressivist priests/bishops supporting Freemasons with all joviality (here, here and here, we can say with the proverb: "The friend of my enemy is my enemy as well."

Keep up the good work. Our Lady will triumph: There is no doubt about that.

     In Christ and Mary,


Leo XIII on Freemasonry


Regarding the posting on Masses for Freemasonry on your section Revolution in the Church, I would like to remind you and your readers of this text by Pope Leo XIII about Freemasonry:

... At this period, however, the partisans of evil seems to be combining together, and to be struggling with united vehemence, led on or assisted by that strongly organized and widespread association called the Freemasons.

No longer making any secret of their purposes, they are now boldly rising up against God Himself. They are planning the destruction of holy Church publicly and openly, and this with the set purpose of utterly despoiling the nations of Christendom, if it were possible, of the blessings obtained for us through Jesus Christ our Savior.

Lamenting these evils, We are constrained by the charity which urges Our heart to cry out often to God: "For lo, Thy enemies have made a noise; and they that hate Thee have lifted up the head. They have taken a malicious counsel against Thy people, and they have consulted against Thy saints. They have said, 'come, and let us destroy them, so that they be not a nation' (Ps.82:24).

Encyclical Humanum genus by Leo XIII on Freemasonry, April 20, 1884

      Mark Stabinski

Data on St. Prisca

Dear TIA,

Regarding the recent inquiry about St. Prisca from R.G., I have a 1903 Butler's Lives of the Saints and in it, he has only one paragraph about St. Prisca. I'll simply quote the paragraph as follows, if it may be of help:

January 18 - She was a noble Roman lady, and after many torments finished her triumph by the sword, about the year 275. Her relics are preserved in the ancient church which bears her name in Rome, and gives title to a cardinal. She is mentioned in the sacramentally of St. Gregory and in almost all western Martyrologies. The acts of her martyrdom deserve no regard: St. Paul, in the last chapter of his epistle to the Romans, salutes Aquila, a person of Pontus, of Jewish extraction, and Priscilla, whom he and all churches thanked, because they had exposed themselves for his sake. He mentions the church which assembled in their house, which he attributes to no other among the twenty-five Christians whom he saluted, and were then at Rome.

This agrees with the immemorial tradition at Rome, that St. Peter consecrated an altar, and baptized there in an urn of stone, which is now kept in the church of St. Prisca. Aquila and Priscilla are still honored in this church as titular patrons with our saint, and a considerable part of their relics lies under the altar. Aquila and Priscilla were tent-makers, and lived at Corinth when they were banished from Rome under Claudius: she who is called Priscilla in the Acts of the Apostles, and Epistles to the Romans, and first to the Corinthians, is named Prisca in the second to Timothy. See the Roman Martyrology on the 18th of January and the 8th of July; also Chatelain, note. p. 333.


How to Stop a Massacre


This was forwarded to me from a friend. It makes me proud to be an "armed Grandpa!"

Too bad Grampa didn’t spend more time at the range improving his aim...

The average police response time, in America, is 6 min.

Watch this 1.5 min. video here.

     Gary Morella

Card. von Galen against Euthanasia

Dear TIA,

What a jaw dropper! This is the first time I ever heard of this. The Jews cry the loudest, I suppose. I did read somewhere in the article that this was not done to the Jews except for a few at the very end of the pogram. The Germans did this to their own people.

I am trying to process the reality of this most despicable act. I am so shocked and I am sick in the pit on my stomach... and I weep for these poor souls.

     God help us all.


Dead Fish & Birds - A Mystery

Dear TIA,

More disturbing news below.


Dead Fish, Birds Wash Up On Lake Erie Shores in Latest Mystery

The Huffington Post - Cavan Sieczkowski - Posted: 09/06/2012

Well, it certainly is eerie.

Tens of thousands of dead fish, along with dead seagulls, washed up on the shores of Lake Erie on Wednesday afternoon in yet another mysterious mass animal death.

Rick Nicholls, Member of Provincial Parliament for the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, is mystified by the mass Lake Erie animal death, telling NewsNet5: “First thing that crossed my mind, is there any potential danger to humans from a health point of view? Secondly, as I got more and more into it, what’s the cause of this sudden fish kill in the lake?”

Samples of the dead fish and dead birds have been sent to a lab for analysis. Currently, the Ontario Ministries of the Environment in Canada is pursuing several avenues, looking into whether a spill occurred that negatively impacted the ecosystem, according to NewsNet5.

Another possibility for the Lake Erie fish deaths is an inversion. An inversion is a natural phenomenon that occurs when cold water, which has lower oxygen levels, goes to the lake's surface. This can suffocate the fish, according to CNN.

"Essentially it's a rolling over of the lake," Ontario Ministry of the Environment spokeswoman Kate Jordan told Canada's Chatham Daily News on Tuesday. "Something – whether it be a storm, or cooler temperatures at night, or strong winds – triggers a temperature change in the lake." However, researchers who tested the Lake Erie waters have not yet observed anything out of the ordinary in their field measurements, such as temperature, pH or oxygen levels, according to the Chatham Daily News. Jordan added, "We did not observe any spill or pollution impacting the lake."

Officials are still awaiting more intensive lab analysis results on the dead fish found at Lake Erie, which included carp, sheepshead, perch, catfish and suckers.

Dr. David Colby, the Chatham-Kent medical officer of health, told The Windsor Star that he has not seen or smelled anything like it before. “All kinds of people were woken out of a sound sleep by a stench and it was like a septic tank was backing up,” he told The Windsor Star of the smell of thousands of dead fish that began stinking up the region Friday.

Colby mentioned another possibility for the mass death to The Windsor Star:

He said there are other possible causes for the dead fish such as a fish disease called viral hemorrhagic septicemia and Type E botulism, a bacterial toxin which would kill birds that feed on dead fish. He said he’s already seen a sick gull near the dead fish but that is not conclusive evidence.

This would not pose a threat to humans, according to Colby.

Earlier this month, thousands of dead fish washed ashore along the Texas coast from the Colorado River to Galveston Island, Kens5 reported. Biologists suspected low oxygen levels caused the deaths.

The dead fish and seagulls found at Lake Erie is reminiscent of the mass animal deaths that occurred around the world in early 2011. Thousands of dead birds fell from the skies in Arkansas, hundreds of dead birds were found along a California highway, more were found in Kentucky and Louisiana, while millions of dead fish appeared in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay. Dead birds were also reported in Italy and Sweden, along with massive fish kills in New Zealand and Brazil.

At the time, Arkansas residents thought doomsday was near.

"I think the switchboard lit up pretty good," Beebe police Capt. Eddie Cullum said last January, according to Mother Nature News.


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Posted October 11, 2012

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