FIDELITY AMONG TRADITIONALISTS
Dear friends of the Truth.
This is the position of our website.
It has been my experience that Traditional Catholics enjoy a harmonious relationship once they become aware of the following realities:
FIDELITY AMONG TRADITIONALISTS
1. We are living in the Great Apostasy spoken of by St.Paul the Apostle.
2. The Vatican II Anti Christs have taken over the chair of St. Peter and will possess it until Christ returns.
3. There will never be another True Pope.
4. Christ will be back in the Generation of the Great Apostasy. Matt.24:34.
5. The general testimonial & judgment day starts on Pentecost Sunday and ends on the eve of Trinity Sunday. After the Great Chastisement.
THE FOUR MAIN ENEMIES OF THE CHURCH
1. The Heresies stemming from the Vatican II Council.
2. Cultism, elevating private revelations and their messages above the Apostles and the Divine doctrinal teachings of the Church.
3. Lack of Biblical knowledge and study.
4. Mortal Sin.
EVERY DISORDER IN THE WORLD IS THE RESULT OF MORTAL SIN
God bless and see you soon on judgment day. In Christ, Joseph
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Vol 13 Issue 8 ~ Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
February 22, 2020 ~ Saint Peter’s Chair at Antioch
1. What is the Holy Eucharist
2. Quinquagesima Sunday
3. Saint Peter Damian
4. Family and Marriage
5. Articles and notices
Dear Reader:Here is a continuation of last week’s reflection on the Works of Mercy.
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