“The greatest charity one can do to another is to lead him to the truth.” – St. Thomas Aquinas

FIDELITY AMONG TRADITIONALISTS

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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 TRADITIONALISTS1. 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

Was the Late Presbyter Gruner and His Fatima Crusade Traditional?

I remember addressing him on his conclusion, that the Fatima secrete had to do with Apocalypse 12.  So I asked; if this be true, then why aren’t you preaching the Second Coming of Christ? His answer; yeah yeah yeah.

Nicholas Gruner & Francis-Bergoglio

Presbyter Nicholas Gruner (Left) Remained Attached And even Deepened his Attachment to the Newchurch Of the Marxist/Modernist Newpope Francis-Bergoglio (Right) And His Predecessor Newpopes.
Unfortunately, Presbyter Gruner Bought Into The Exaggerated and unCatholic Version of Fatima Which Proclaimed the Heresy That “Fatima” Is Equal in Authority to Sacred Scripture

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Unprecedented rainfall causes floods and landslides in Kyushu

Streets are submerged after a river overflowed its banks in Kumamoto, Kumamoto prefecture on Japan's southern island of Kyushu. Heavy rains hit southern Japan, triggering flashfloods, mudslides and destroying dozens of homes.

At least 20 people died and 50,000 were ordered to evacuate as the heaviest rainfall on record pounded the southwestern Japanese island of Kyushu. Rainfall of 10.1 centimetres (about 4 inches) per hour was recorded in the southern region of Kagoshima. In the city of Aso in Kumamoto prefecture, landslides buried several households.