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The Book of Truth: A Critical Review

by Michael Shimpert

Will the Second Coming of Jesus Happen in our Lifetime?

In a series of alleged messages given to an Irish seer who goes by the anonymous name of “Maria Divine Mercy,” Jesus says that His Second Coming is close, and that it will happen in this generation. 4,024 more words

Clues for the Curia?


In Pope Benedict’s Christmas address to the Roman Curia in December, 2010 he cited a vision of St Hildegard of Bingen (1170), which is a most apt prophecy of the Church today. 769 more words

Prophecies Through The Ages

Cardinal Muller: first time in history that we have two legitimate Popes

In an explosive interview with the German version of Vatican Radio last October 26, 2016, Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, said that “for the first time in the history of the Church we have the case of two legitimate living popes.” 811 more words

The Vatican Submits to Islam (2006-2016)

If 9/11 was the declaration of jihad against the West, 9/12 will be remembered as one of the most dramatic knee-bends of the Western cultural submission to Islam. 229 more words


Verbum Domini

Verbum Domini is a Post Synodal Apostolic Exhortation from Pope Benedict XVI on  how the Church should approach the Bible, it is like a synthesis of the thoughts from… 921 more words


MEDITATION for the last day of the Liturgical Year

Morning Offering.

NOVEMBER 26, 2016

“Would that I could exhaust myself in acts of thanksgiving and gratitude towards this Divine Heart, for the great favor He shows us, in deigning to accept our help to make Him known, loved and honored; He reserves infinite blessings for all those who devote themselves to this work.” 96 more words

Pope Benedict XVI

"We need more rocks in the river" - Jonah Goldberg, 2010

Six Thanksgivings ago, I bookmarked a post by Jonah Goldberg at National Review Online. “This pope plays it right” is a meditation by a secular writer on his father, on Pope Benedict, Catholicism, and broadly-defined conservatism. 180 more words