Tuesday, November 19, 2013

I would remain with Our Lady's many apparitions

In Our Lady's Messages to Fr.Stefano Gobbi of the Marian Movement of Priests in the 1970's and 1980's she warned us about the changes to come into the church in doctrine and theology.We see this happening on such a big scale.
Even in Japan we see how the Jesuits have lost the faith, how they have compromised with other traditions.
At Akita Our Lady has said that Satan will enter the Church and religious will compromise even on the Eucharist. There are cardinals who give the Eucharist to pro abortion politicians.
At the Gregorian Pontifical University Rome they now have a Department of The Theology of Religions , which is part of the Department of Missiology. They do mission knowing other religions are equal paths to salvation.
They deny the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and have changed the Nicene Creed and they offer Holy Mass or receive the Eucharist.
Has this priest(1) ever commented on all this? The new church with new doctrines and a theology based on a false premise.The false premise is being used in the interpretation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and Vatican Council II.
If it was not for the prayers and warnings at Medugorje there would have been a Third World War originating also from that region. A previous World War was triggered from there.
Marija during an apparitionAt Fatima Our Lady has said that the faith will be lost (except in Portugal).
Is this not a correct warning?
Has not the Eucharist been compromised and will it be further compromised?
One has to be gullible and naive to believe what is being taught at Pontifical Universities and supported by the Vatican cardinals is the teaching of the Catholic Church, especially on faith and salvation.
I would remain with Our Lady's apparitions.
-Lionel Andrades
 
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Piety and gullibility too often go together
http://www.ucanews.com/news/piety-and-gullibility-too-often-go-together/69717 (from Spirit Daily)




Archbishop George Pearce speaks of Medjugorje

http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.it/2013/11/archbishop-george-pearce-speaks-of.html

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