Those of you who know me are aware that I announced the second coming of Christ in March 1970. I had also made a couple of banners which were a reflection of the Book of the Apocalypse Chapter 12., Joel 2:31 and Acts 2:20. Our Lady, or (Church) clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet. Only I made my banner to have an eclipse of the sun and put Our Lady in the center, then put twelve crosses (for stars) around her on the edge of the moon, like the back of the miraculous medal. I also alluded, too, that this banner represents the Church going into the wilderness as a result of the immorality of the 60’s followed by the Vatican II Council at the same time. I was hoping to rally the Blue Army groups of Our Lady behind these banners to combat the evils of our times.Continue reading
Act of Faith
O my God * I firmly believe all the sacred truths * which Thy Holy Catholic Church * believes and teaches * because Thou hast revealed them * Who canst neither deceive * nor be deceived.
I opened up with the Act of Faith in order to challenge your mind set to see if this applies to you as a Catholic. One cannot ignore the FACT that NO church council has caused more controversy as this “Vatican II Council” has in the history of the Church.
When Pope John XXIII called the Vatican II Council he first stated to the news media that it would be a Pastoral Council and that he wanted to bring all the Christians together, open the windows and let in some fresh air.Continue reading
Here you are my friends, straight from the Happer-Collins Encyclopedia of Catholicism 1995
My Dear friends, the reason for my reply to Msgr. Perez’s sermon is that there seems to be little concern by many of the Traditional Fathers what they preach in front of the Blessed Sacrament at Mass these days. I hope my commentary will help in getting these Fathers to grow up to the Sanctity of the circumstances they face when there preaching.
Msgr. Patrick Perez, 22nd Sunday after Pentecost October 21, 2018
(pope) Francis and the Canonization of Paul VI.
The definition of Sede Vacante is not defined correctly. It is an adopted word to explain an empty chair as a result of a death or resignation of a pope. The problem with this definition alludes to the state of the church to be headless. Our Lord said “Thou art Peter . . . . and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.” This implies that no matter what happens to the pope there will always be someone to act in the place of the pope who will run the church until another pope is elected. Hence we have the term “perpetual successors”. The Church has always taught that St. Peter’s successors to be in an unending, an unbroken chain. So up until the Vatican II Council, there has never been a break in the line of successors (Vatican Council I).What I wish to state is up until the Vatican II Council, the proper understanding of Sede Vacante is really Sede Transition for, as I pointed out, the Church is never without its delegated authority. Continue reading
Dear friends of the FAITH:
The Vatican Council (1869), which defined Papal infallibility & Perpetual successors in the Papacy, makes it clear by the Church that there can never be a break in the line of successors of Peter (and there never has been beyond death or resignation). Continue reading
How ironic that what is transpiring with SSPX and AntiChrist Francis would be happening during the passion week of Our Lord. Not that I will be killed this weekend but the fly is in the ointment, as they say.
First, let me explain that Joseph from the offset of becoming aware that the Lord would come back on Pentecost Sunday in 1970 set out to tell the whole world and I started with the Bishop of Rome Paul VI. I sent him a registered letter. Next my Cardinal Manning (Cardinal McIntyre was just being phased out.} my Pastor Father Redahan RIP. Than I proceeded to inform all the Traditional Bishops and Fathers. Many of the Traditional Bishops and Fathers endorsed my finding but CMRI later changed it’s position. Continue reading