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Book of Truth Prophecies Fulfilled - Part 1.


1.Pope Benedict’s resignation:


 “My poor Holy vicar, Pope Benedict XVI, will be ousted from the Holy See in Rome” ( 11 Feb. 2012)

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(g) turbulence (1.8) wp

(pi ku, haiku, tau ku)

schism, shifted
scratchy, too cold
weather changes quick
winter plays with light; shadow
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The fault is with conservative Catholics, not Pope Francis

It’s not just Amoris Laetitia, and it’s not just Pope Francis. In the present time, many conservative Catholics portray themselves as entirely faithful to the Magisterium, while rejecting, ignoring, or radically reinterpreting any magisterial teachings contrary to their own thinking. 1,448 more words


Every Roman Pontiff is Indefectible

Based on the teaching of Sacred Scripture, and the very words of Jesus about Peter and his successors, and the teaching of the Sacred Councils, especially the First Vatican Council, I believe that each and every valid Roman Pontiff is always necessarily and entirely preserved, by prevenient grace, from ever committing the sins of apostasy, heresy, or schism, and from ever holding or teaching any heresy. 1,185 more words

Pope Francis

Vatican II...Going the Way of Climate Change?

Like the adversaries of the climate change movement, many in the Church pacify themselves with the idea that change happens in centuries.   Trouble is, we don’t live any longer in an age where change happens strictly at a century-by-century pace. 611 more words


Dr. Ed Peters vs. First Vatican Council

The Magisterium

The First Vatican Council taught the following:

“6. For the Holy Spirit was promised to the successors of Peter, not so that they might, by His revelation, make known some new doctrine, but that, by His assistance, they might religiously guard and faithfully expound the Revelation or Deposit of Faith transmitted by the Apostles.

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The Amoris Laetitia Controversy

This is my first post for the new Catholic Truth blog.  The focus will be on covering current events within Catholicism.  While the blog’s intended audience are Catholics, all are welcome to comment and participate in a respectful dialogue. 247 more words

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