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German Rapper, Tainted Blood & Piccarreta
Frankfurt Cathedral Performance
I was seeing that
at the Frankfurt Cathedral. The Cathedral served as coronation site for the Holy Roman Emperors. The last coronation in Frankfurt was for Francis II in 1792.
German Priest Raps Gospel from Pulpit
It is sad to see this priest trying to be funny with his rap (see
I admire the German people for their seriousness and organization. But I don’t believe they have too much charm. When I see a priest like this one abandoning his normal seriousness and his priestly dignity to be funny, I become sad.
He does not realize how ridiculous he is.
Anyway, this episode is nothing but another sad consequence of the general apostasy of the Conciliar Church.
I pray all these extravagances will finish soon with God’s chastisement.
Keep up the good work.
In Jesu et Maria
Montana against Tainted Blood
Politicians in the State of Montana are
trying to pass a bill
forbidden people who received the Covid vaccine to donate blood. They allege that 80% of the blood in banks of blood is contaminated with spike protein, which passes to the patient who receives it.
It is a tragic consequence of a vaccine that was advertised as “safe and efficient” to finish with the Covid…
The promoters of the vaccine should be prosecuted for a crime against humanity.
Church Condemnations of the French Revolution
I've seen many articles about being counter revolutionary but is the Church really condemning the Revolution? I can’t find what the Magisterium has to say for example on
The Declaration of Rights of Man
We are sorry you could not find the condemnations of the Church against the French Revolution and the
Declaration of Rights of Man
These condemnations were easy to find, however, in our first search. Indeed, here is what
“At the outbreak of the
in 1789, Pius VI witnessed the suppression of the old Gallican Church as well as the confiscation of pontifical and ecclesiastical possessions in France. He saw the events as a sign of opposition against the social order ordained by God and also viewed it as a conspiracy against the Church. The Pope condemned both the
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
Civil Constitution of the Clergy
and supported a league against the Revolution. He issued two briefs -
(1791) - to condemn the ecclesiastical reforms that were proposed.”
The main document by Pope Pius VI vigorously condemning the French Revolution is the brief
, which you may read
. If you go to § 8 you can read the condemnation of the principal rights of man defended by the French Revolution.
For more documents of the Magisterium on the same subject matter, you may read:
by Pius IX,
by Leo XIII, §§ 5, 11, 12, 16, 20, 37, 38, 39;
by Gregory XVI,
Radio-message of Christmas 1949
by Pius XII, § 28.
TIA correspondence desk
Divine Will & Luisa Piccarreta
Greetings in the Divine Will,
Although I have just recently read some things about this Divine Will movement, from Fr. Terrence Staples & Patrick Madrid among others, I was wondering if you have anything written on this. A very good friend of mine from Guadalajara came up to the L.A. area to promote a book of Luisa Piccarreta called the “24 Horas de la Passion” He’s now dedicated his life to promoting “La Divina Voluntad.”
Online I’ve found so far nothing but warnings AGAINST it from a number of Catholics who I respect & look to for guidance, including even Fr. John Hardon (R.I.P.).
Any links to articles examining it would be helpful.
P.S. My goal is to learn the truth and not lose a friend. He’s extremely invested both psychologically and financially (and obviously spiritually) in this “movement”. It’s all very, very new to me..
Thank you for your inquiry.
None of the staff at Tradition in Action are well acquainted with Luisa Piccarreta, however, we have come to the same conclusions as you after doing some brief research on her writings.
First, Luisa Piccarreta was declared to be a "Servant of God" on November 20, 1994 at which time her cause for beatification was also opened. This occurred after John Paul II abolished 141 canons on requirements for beatifications and canonizations in his
1983 Code of Canon Law
, so we cannot be assured of her holiness, see
Apparitions and writings that have not been approved by the Church should be read with caution, if at all. Luisa Piccarreta's works fall into this category. There is much controversy surrounding her writings, which were placed on the
Index of Forbidden Books
in 1938, and are still not officially approved by the Vatican.
It appears, as you mention, that Luisa Piccarreta promotes a union with the "Divine Will" over and above what any Saint has reached in the past, and that Our Lord chose to reveal this new secret to her alone.
Followers of Piccarreta's works seem to exalt this hidden knowledge almost to the status of a new Revelation, which they consider themselves fortunate to have found.
explains some of the problems with Luisa Piccarreta; however, the website is progressivist so be aware of some misleading information, such as the reference to
Sister Faustina and Divine Mercy
Perhaps in the future, we will find the time to do more research into Piccaretta's works. For now, we hope these considerations are of help.
TIA correspondence desk
Posted March 23, 2023
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