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Father Gruner & The Message

The general Message of Fatima is not complicated. Its requests are for prayer, reparation, repentance, and sacrifice, and the abandonment of sin. Before Our Lady appeared to the three shepherd children, Lucy, Francisco and Jacinta, the Angel of Peace visited them. The Angel prepared the children to receive the Blessed Virgin Mary, and his instructions are an important aspect of the Message that is often overlooked.

Fatima and the African Bishops
at the Synod of Doom

by Christopher A. Ferrara
September 4, 2015

As the corrupt hierarchies of Western nations prepare to send their representatives to Rome to plot for the institutionalization of “sin in the Church” under the guise of “pastoral discernment,” the prelates of Africa declare their intention through Cardinal Sarah to “oppose every rebellion against the teaching of Christ and the Magisterium.” In June of 2015, five African cardinals and 45 African bishops met in Ghana to prepare for the Synod in keeping with Cardinal Sarah’s statement of opposition to its progressivist agenda. One outcome of that gathering was a compilation of the participants’ contributions in the form a book entitled Christ’s New Homeland — Africa: Contribution to the Synod on the Family by African Pastors, to be published days before the commencement of Synod II on October 4. The book includes Cardinal Sarah’s opening remarks to the gathering:

I encourage you to speak with clarity and with one credible voice and with filial love of the Church. Be conscious of the mission of the Church; protect the sacredness of marriage which is now being attacked by all forms of ideologies that intend to destroy the family in Africa. Do not be afraid to stress the teaching of the Church on marriage. 1
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Our Lady's E-Newsletter: August 2015

Chasing Phantoms, Sidestepping Reality: The Papal Strategy of Non-Confrontation

The curious and novel phrase “structures of sin” began to appear with some frequency in papal pronouncements and magisterial documents during the papacy of John Paul II. (See: http://w2.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_30121987_sollicitudo-rei-socialis.html) Few, if questioned closely, would have been able to explain how a structure - an abstract and general concept - can be sinful, but there had developed by then an apathy toward linguistic novelty, which was no longer novel but rather usual.

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The Log in Fr. Paul Nicholson's Eye

May 18, 2015

The so-called "Missionary Preacher of the New Evangelization" from Canada, Fr. Paul Nicholson, a man who is perhaps best known for calling attention to himself by hurling outrageous invectives at sincere Catholics, has descended to new a low. Lately, he's been working overtime trashing the memory of Fr. Nicholas Gruner, a good and holy priest whose sudden passing apparently struck Fr. Nicholson as a golden opportunity for a little shameless self-promotion.

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October Synod;
The Blue Army - World Apostolate of Fatima

This coming October there will be another Synod in Rome, Italy with an agenda that is focusing on changing Catholic teaching.

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