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Virtual Whale & Vatican ‘Gay’ Orgy
I just read the mail regarding
and "blessings" on the TIA site.
My sister and I have discussed not buying kosher foods and etc..
What I wanted to address is how can we avoid this, as nearly everything has the symbols and words indicating that it is kosher and parve and whatever other words that rabbis have put some kind of - I don't know what entity they invoke as their false god.
Blessing means God’s favor and protection in our Catholic meaning.
Kind regards in Our Lady,
Wow !!! Put this on 'full screen' before watching !!!
This is a holographic projection of a Whale. It is a photographic process that produces images thanks to the differences between 2 laser beams. These images are projected into a gym using a special camera. There is not a drop of water in this room, let alone a whale.
Bishops Against VC2 in 1965
A couple of times in the past I've phoned you with a question that you have answered promptly, both times while I was on the line. So, not to take too much advantage, I thought I would ask a question that has several times in the past (converting to Catholicism 25 years ago) nagged at me and I don't seem to be able to find any statistics on.
During the English Revolution, I believe that out of about 27 Catholic bishops, 26 signed their names to a document attesting to their new-found support of Henry VIII being the head of the Church in England. One who did not was St. John Fisher and so he died as a result for the Catholic Faith and his oath of allegiance to the pope. So if my information is correct, one in 27 refused the Oath of Supremacy.
So, then, I ask myself, I wonder how many bishops throughout the world refused to endorse or sign Vatican II?
Thanks for any information you might provide.
As far as we know, the only Prelate who left the Council because he was against its progressivist decisions and who did not sign the 16 documents was Archbishop Ngo Dinh Thuc of Hue, Vietnam.
Several American Bishops left the Council because they could not follow the discussions, which were conducted in Latin. They returned to their dioceses and, for this reason, they failed to sign the final documents when they were approved. However, after the end of the Council, the Vatican established a commission to visit those Bishops and ask for their signatures. We are not aware that any of those Bishops denied his signature based on doctrinal reasons.
TIA correspondence desk
You Are Helping
A perplexed Traditional Catholic 32-year-old male told me he has found your site and it is helping very much.
I am also reading it daily.
Protestantism Claims to Be Christian
I would greatly appreciate it if you could respond to a question. I was talking enthusiastically to a (young, more modern) Catholic friend about Dr. Horvat’s article,
Please Don’t Call Protestants Christians
. He vehemently disagreed with your premise that Protestants were not Christian. He said that “Protestants have the same cake. We just have the frosting on the cake.” I disagreed, saying that Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church are inseparable; that Protestants can’t be part of the Body of Christ unless they are in full communion with the Catholic Church.
My young friend retorted something that has given me pause, though. He said that everyone who is baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is a Christian. The fact that the Catholic Church accepts Protestant baptisms (at least most of them) for conversion and doesn’t require re-baptism shows that Protestants are in fact in the Body of Christ.
So, now I am confused. Can you illuminate this for me, please? If Protestants are not Christians, as you assert and as I also believe, what about the fact that the Catholic Church accepts their baptism as legitimate?
Thank you for enthusiastic support.
The argument of your Protestant acquaintance is not sound.
As long as due formula and matter are followed, the Church accepts as valid those baptisms ministered by persons who have the intention of placing the baptized inside the Catholic Church. So, a Jew can baptize, a pagan or a Freemason can also do so, as can a Protestant.
If the argument that Protestants are Christians because some of their baptisms are accepted by the Catholic Church, the same should apply to Jews, pagans and Freemasons, that is, they also should be considered Christians, which is absurd.
We hope this will help you.
TIA correspondence desk
Homosexual Orgy at the Vatican
This satanic mess gets worse every day.
Please, read the news report below.
Vatican police 'break up drug-fuelled gay orgy at home of secretary of one of Pope Francis's key advisers'
Vatican police have broken up a gay orgy at the home of the secretary to one of Pope Francis's key advisers, it has been reported.
The flat belonged to the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is in charge of tackling clerical sexual abuse.
When police showed up, they found drugs and a group of men engaged in sexual activity, local reports state. Reports in Italy claim the occupant of the apartment is allegedly the secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio - a key aide to the 80-year-old Pope.
Coccopalmerio heads the Pontifical Council for Legislative texts and was said to have once recommended his secretary for a promotion to bishop. The explosive claims were made in the Italian newspaper
Il Fatto Quotidiano.
It is the latest scandal to hit the Vatican and comes after its finance chief Cardinal George Pell was charged with historical sexual offences.
Pell has protested his innocence and said he was looking forward to having his day in court after a two-year investigation, 'leaks to the media' and 'relentless character assassination.' Police have not revealed details of the charges against the 76-year-old, citing the need to preserve the integrity of the judicial process.
In March the Vatican was hit with a wave of lurid accusations of misbehaving priests across Italy with scandals involving orgies, prostitution and porn videos.
The claims were embarrassing to the Vatican, which under Pope Francis has attempted to demand high standards of the clergy.
Francis has tried to clamp down on unethical behavior ever since being made Pope in 2013 and has often spoken out against the pitfalls of 'temptation'
Posted July 6, 2017
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