The Bellarmine Forum Podcast
https://media.blubrry.com/bellarmineforumpodcast/p/mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/72s2fw/BFP_Without_Your_Guardian_Angel_You_Will_Fail7y6yp.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhen Our Lord was in the garden, He experienced what we call the agony. It was the agony in the Garden. In the last blog post on Bellarmine Forum, we learn that a chief point of St. Raphael’s speech is to tell us: “God tries those who love Him.”…
Leo XIII was tied into Fatima and Akita and he saw that St. Michael would be the one to halt the destruction of the Church — but this would need to happen first.
A shocking event happens at Mass and a statue of Our Lady begins bleeding from a wound on the statue’s right hand. It is tied directly to Communion in the Hand. Mother Church validated the miraculous event as well.
https://media.blubrry.com/bellarmineforumpodcast/p/mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/6memgi/BFP_An_Empty_Hell_Means_No_Triumph_of_the_Cross8vj4w.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhat people say and what they really believe are often different. There was the famous English free-thinker, Hobbes. He used to stridently assert his whole life that there was neither God nor angel, still less was there a devil or hell. Despite all his strident insistence, however, he had the greatest dread…
Our Lord does not always think it is time for the sword, but when it is, His angels are fast to use it. The events at the Hagia Sophia seem to indicate time is up. Buckle up.
Think you can ignore Fatima and Akita? Maybe — but be careful what you say about them (Fr. Miceli makes this surprising warning).
Akita – Bishops that compromise, riots, racism, utopia, Vigano’s “deep church, the shame of the Passion, Apostles don’t encourage utopia and riots, but Barrabas did – as do the Marxist Bishops seeking utopia by liberation theology
On this Memorial Day, we present Part 2 of our memorial of those priests who have been erased from memory of AmChurch through specious dismissals and events designed to impugn them with ignominy.
On this memorial day, in addition to remembering the soldiers who laid down their lives for love of us, let us also call to mind those priests who have been erased from memory of AmChurch through specious dismissals and events designed to impugn them with ignominy inferred by omissions in the public story.