Author Archives: Fiat

No, Not Watergate, “Imamgate”.

Perhaps readers are already familiar with the trickery  of the Imam at the Vatican’s ecumenical prayer service for peace on the day of Pentecost.  It has been said that prayers were offered that “Allah” would grant the Muslims victory over … Continue reading

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Corpus Christi Eucharistic Procession

There will be an Eucharistic Procession for the external solemnity of Corpus Christi, this coming June 22 after the 10:00 a.m. TLM at:  St. Joseph’s church 1329 Belleview Ave. Rockdale, IL Celebrant: Fr. Valentine, FSSP Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Fatima Came to Warn of This

Spokeman Lombardi describes how the ecumenical prayer for peace will take place in the triangular lawn gardens of the Vatican, tomorrow – Pentecost Sunday – with Catholics, Muslims and Jews, this at the initiative of Pope Francis: “[....blah, blah, blah]….After … Continue reading

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Apostolic Visitor To The ICR

This past Sunday, May 11, 2014, the Shrine of Christ the King Sovereign Priest in Chicago was host to the most Reverend Archbishop  François R. Bacqué, Apostolic Nuncio and Apostolic Visitor.  Also present were the Institute’s Prior General, Msgr. Wach … Continue reading

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Blessed Jose S. del Rio, Martyr

At this very moment, the Apostolic nuncio, Msgr.Christophe Pierre is in Sahuayo (the hometown of José Sánchez del Rio) Mexico, to officially close the Cause for the canonization of this martyr for the faith.  Joselito will be proclaimed a saint!  … Continue reading

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A Baseball Writer Tells It Like It Is

“Look for instance at the reaction of conservative Catholics to the pope’s phone call to Jaquelina Lisbona, a woman in Argentina civilly married to a divorcee, in which Francis supposedly counseled her to practically ignore Church teaching on divorce, adultery, … Continue reading

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April 26 Bad Omen – Broken Madonna of Civitavecchia

It would take too much time for me to translate Antonio Socci’s recent article on another very eery incident that occurred before the canonizations of the two popes, but this synopsis  suffices to inform readers of that episode. If you … Continue reading

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“It is my opinion that John XXIII and John Paul II should not have been canonized.”

Because of the copyright, I am limited to 50 words from this essay by Marielena Montesino de Stuart. I tell you, make it a point to click on the link and read the entire entry!  It does not take long … Continue reading

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Sr. Lucia Relic Cards

Yesterday I received the relics I had requested of Sr. Lucia of Fatima!  Needless to say, I was overjoyed!  I believe it took something like 2 months to receive them. Enclosed was a card with a hand-written message, which in … Continue reading

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Massive Crucifix Dedicated to John Paul II Collapses

The news has spread throughout the whole world.  A gigantic crucifix has collapsed and killed a young man of 21 years. The bent-shaped crucifix in the northern Italian town of Cevo stood 98 feet high and had been erected at … Continue reading

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