Category Archives: Sacred Scriptures

“A day of wrath”

+ J.M.J. First Sunday in Advent – “Behold your God will bring the revenge of recompense: GOD HIMSELF WILL COME and will save you” (Isaias 35.4). At present the “Catholic God” is not truly known – “the sun… darkened,” as … Continue reading

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‘Possessed’

+ J.M.J. Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Temple “They shall make Me a sanctuary, and I will dwell in the midst of them…. Look, and MAKE IT ACCORDING TO THE PATTERN THAT WAS SHOWN … Continue reading

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‘Modernist’ Vatican II-‘liberal Catholicism’ – pseudo-religion of convenience

+ J.M.J. Feast of All the Saints  How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it! Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, … Continue reading

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Truly “Blessed”

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Peter Alcantara – Patron of Teresian Carmelite Reform  The truly “BLESSED” – not according to Lutheran-Vatican II ‘liberal-Modernist Catholic’ criteria of one’s ‘feeling’… 1) “found without blemish…* 2) has not gone after gold, 3) nor … Continue reading

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Standard of unholy alliance

+ J.M.J.   Solemn Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mt. Carmel   “…This Habit of thy Order [the Scapular]… a pledge of my eternal alliance” – to St. Simon Stock, then General of Her Order, 16th July 1251 … Continue reading

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Parched ‘pastures’

+ J.M.J. Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ “How much more shall the Blood of Christ, Who by the Holy Ghost offered Himself unspotted unto God, cleanse our conscience from dead works, to serve the … Continue reading

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for the [death] of the world

+ J.M.J. Solemnity of Corpus Christi  Discern… the Body of the Lord: I Am the Living Bread Which came down from heaven. If any man eat of this Bread, he shall live for ever; and the Bread that I will … Continue reading

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Bastard priesthood

+ J.M.J. “Priests will be FAR from their ideal” – Our Lady of Good Success @ Quito, Ecuador in the 17th c. prophesying about the “tampered”* priesthood – the new ecumenical ‘Modernist’ ‘priesthood’ since 1969 – to eclipse, as it … Continue reading

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Antipope Bergoglio on married ‘priests’: ‘…the holy spirit demands…’

+ J.M.J. Fresh from ecumenical harlotry with Lutheranism, Antipope Bergoglio, rather the infernal impure spirit in him, has pre-conceded into OPENING UP Neo-Catholic ‘clergy’ for full adaptation to Protestant ‘presiders’ living intimately with a woman (or another ‘man’) by a … Continue reading

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In God’s terms.

+ J.M.J. Octave Day of the EpiphanyEpiphany “From those who sought to find the Savior but were led to a place He was the least expected to be received, the Eternal Word made flesh required the gifts of gold, frankincense, … Continue reading

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