BFP June 13 Miceli on Fatima, Community Organizing is Liberation Theology

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Listen to Fr. Miceli explaining Fatima in 1985 — especially the part on private revelation is gold.

Silence is Violence, they tell us… does that mean bishops who hardly ever mention the Most Holy Name of Jesus (Whom they represent) are being violent to Him?

Does Community Organizing = Liberation Theology?

Maybe they just wanted a different name for it here in the US, right?

Akita was like Fatima — Find out what Fr. Vincent Miceli has to say these types of revelations mean for us ordinary Catholics.

Think you can ignore Fatima and Akita? Maybe — but be careful what you say about them (Fr. Miceli makes this surprising warning).

Of all the funny things, it occurred to me that Judas (the community orgnizer among the Apostles) was also the treasurer. Fitting. Especially given the way CCHD gets the cash, right?

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!

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  • Julian Harper says:

    Excellent, as always. No one whom I know has given one cent to the corrupt money laundering CHD for many years now, and of course in recent days we have seen more and more evidence provided by the great Lepanto Institute of the funds they distribute to people devoted to the destruction of Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular. As for our Bishops and Cardinals – I use the terms in the loosest possible sense- I have not heard any consistent teaching or proclamations from the vast majority of them on such rather elementary topics as abortion, euthanasia, chastity / fornication, pornography, child exploitation, Heaven, HELL ( since no one goes there any longer), penance, fasting, personal sin – much less about Church approved apparitions! You make a powerful point about the question of what did the earliest Fathers and Saints teach about. In the time leading to my conversion, having already spent years studying the Bible in the Protestant Bible schools, I studied everything that I could get, from the earliest writings of the first Bishops and Popes, the Didache, the three volume set of collected writings of the Fathers – and almost everything that I read had to do with Christ, the Gospels, Our Lady, penance, chastity, the Eucharist, the Church, Sacraments and sacramentals, death and the judgments, Heaven and Hell = for centuries, this was ALL that our ancestors heard preached and taught. So like you, I had to wonder – when did our Bishops here in the USA, come to value the approval of ‘powerful’ men, lunch with the mayor, golf with the governor, and promotions within the hierarchy, above the tears that Christ would shed for souls lost to eternal damnation? Sorry, John, I did not mean to go off on a rant. I will shut up now.
    Pax tecum