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From miguel de Portugal
We read that:
Firefighters battled a massive blaze at
the French capital's iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday that caused
the collapse of the medieval church's spire, though officials said the
main structure of the building had been saved.
The fire chief in Paris says the city's team have managed to save
Notre-Dame Cathedral from complete destruction after battling the
flames for hours. (1)
The following, from the Message of La Salette, France, came to mind:
At the first blow of His
thundering sword, the mountains and all Nature will tremble in terror,
for the disorders and crimes of men have pierced the vault of the
heavens. Paris will burn and Marseilles will be engulfed. Several
cities will be shaken down and swallowed up by earthquakes. People will
believe that all is lost. Nothing will be seen but murder, nothing will
be heard but the clash of arms and blasphemy. (2)
Just as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame is synonymous with Paris. Could
this be a symbolic fulfillment of "Paris will burn"? After all, it has
happened the Monday after the traditional Palm Sunday, the day when
Jesus.... ...cast out all them that
sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money
changers, and the chairs of them that sold doves. [
Matthew 21: 8-13]
The Message of La Salette
Have you heard that...
Advisor, Steve Bannon and U.S. ultra-conservatives are taking aim at
Pope Francis? (1)
Bannon is not alone in criticizing the
pontiff. A raft of conservative
Catholics, from bishops to lay theologians to firebrand pundits, have
Back on September 15th, 2018
They were supporters of Francis traditionalist predecessor, Benedict
XVI, who unexpectedly resigned in 2013. Last Thursday, Benedict
published a letter outlining his views on the sex abuse crisis (2).
Bannon has found an ideological ally in conservative Cardinal Raymond
Burke, a former archbishop of St. Louis who was demoted by Francis and
has supported calls for the pope's resignation.
we published (3)
the following about Mr.
Bannon's move to Rome:
We have just learned that Steve Bannon, former Trump White House
adviser, will be working for a right-wing Catholic institute in
"Bannon will be
helping to craft the curriculum for a leadership course at said
institute, stepping up his efforts
to influence conservative thinking in the church.
Cardinal Raymond Burke, a leading Vatican conservative who is president
of the Institute’s board of advisers, said Bannon would be playing a
leading role there. "
...meanwhile, back at the farm, as the saying goes....
"Cardinal Raymond Burke, former
Archbishop of St. Louis and prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of
the Apostolic Signatura in 2011, the Church's 'supreme court,' was
back then - even more responsibilities by Benedict XVI.
According to the Vatican Information
Service, Cardinal Burke, well
known for his orthodox views, was named by the Holy Father (Benedict
XVI) on Dec. 29
as a member of three important congregations of the Roman Curia. They
include the Congregation for Bishops, the Congregation for Divine
Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, and the Pontifical
Council for Legislative Texts.
The addition of Cardinal Burke to the Congregation for Bishops could be
significant for the Church's future. The Congregation is the
office responsible for assisting the pope in the selection of new
The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the
Sacraments is responsible for overseeing the Church's liturgical
The Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts' chief responsibility is
interpretation of Church law."
....but in the proverbial closet we found out that....
"Archbishop Burke's farewell Mass in
the Archdiocese of St. Louis was held in the Cathedral Basilica of
Saint Louis on Sunday, August 17, 2008. It was concelebrated by Bishops
George Joseph Lucas, Robert Joseph Hermann, John Joseph Leibrecht, John
R. Gaydos, Robert W. Finn, Raymond James Boland, and Kevin William
In addition, over seventy-five priests, fifty seminarians, a full honor guard of the Knights
of Columbus (over 60 members), and over fifty Knights and Dames of the
Order of Malta were in attendance".
Cardinal Raymond Burke,.... is a
Cardinal who’s the.... leader of a faction within the church allied
with the very right wing organization Opus Dei.....
the same source
thinks that the Opus Dei...
....is fighting Pope Francis. And more
or less, despises the direction that Francis has been taking the
When the truth is, as we have proven through many venues, that Francis
is just a puppet of
the Opus Dei.
It seems that Mr. Bannon will fit right
if we consider Burke's comments on his new appointment.
As you may see - the Opus Dei was even advising Mr. Trump since Mr.
Bannon was the Chief Strategist to Mr. Trump during the first seven
months of his Presidency.
...meanwhile, again back at the farm,
the saying goes...
"The White House top financial advisor
now is Larry Kudlow, a former Jew and now a steadfast Opus Dei member ."
All the while Mr. Trump does not have
any idea of what is really taking
place around him as the Opus Dei is trying to manipulate him.
Comment added on April 16th, 2019
Remember, for the Opus Dei to fulfill its plan of "saving" the
Church (RCC) and the World, they have to first bring down the RCC and
what a better way than propping Francis behind the scenes so that he
can destroy the RCC, while at the same time attack him to promote their
image as the saviors of the RCC and then of the world.
Right on schedule!
It is "all out there" before
everyone's eyes yet no one
knows what is
really taking place unless the keys are provided by someone -
and that is part of our function.
who have not extended
a hand to keep this Ministry ongoing,
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benefiting from it, are now
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