Denver and Houston Videos

I now have links to my talks in Denver and Houston.

Denver was very special to me because I had so many of my friends and helpers right there with me. Home field advantage is nice to have every now and again.

Houston was where my final printed question was why was I talking in Houston when I am banned in Denver. I got a little, er, animated in responding to that false premise – much to the amusement of some of the crowd.

Tomorrow I am going to put up a piece by Dan Lynch, who is fed up with politicians trying to play at being Catholic while publicly defying the most basic norms of Catholic doctrine. It particularly goes after Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee Tim Kaine. I thought of holding off on it until after election…but then thought, enough is enough. If you’re going to publicly claim the mantle of Catholicism while also publicly rejecting the basic tenets, you need to be called out…and Dan Lynch is just the man who will call you out.

About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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158 Responses to Denver and Houston Videos

  1. Lori Fisher says:

    Already watched em! I am going to start referring to you as Mark Levin. I chuckled myself

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  2. Billy Franz says:

    Charlie, Just a note of thanks for coming to the Dallas area again last week! I enjoyed talking about family and the hope that heaven gives us while we road to the talk. All man needs is a little Holy hope and he can take the next right step while acknowledging God and pass on the “Spirit Stick!” Billy Franz ( messenger’s Uber) Sent from my iPhone

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  3. Linda says:

    Yay☺😊😀😃😄😆😇 thanks Charlie

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  4. They have to be called out as often as they scandalize the Holy Mother Church. People need to be reminded that it has been the Catholics who have given us 8 years of Obama. Thank God for a couple of God-loving prelates who have actually stated that no real Catholic can vote for the present party of death.

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    • Will says:

      Let’s say this instead: It is Cafeteria Catholic’s, that vote with the pro-death party.
      They are basically Protestants, that still call themselves Catholic…. Unfortunately, many of them are good people, that just don’t know the truth… 😦

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      • charliej373 says:

        I know and care for a lot of very faithful Protestants who would not, for a minute, turn their backs on the Word of God to gain stature in this dying order. We are delivering ourselves up to judgment: are we for God to the best of our ability or are we against Him. What we do, rather than what we say is what counts – and God is watching us as we make our choice.

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    • johnjwblog says:

      Catholics did vote for Obama in a large numbers about 57% of their 25% population share, but 90% of African-Americans out of 13% of the population, 65% Hispanics out of a 14% share, Jews a 70% rate out of a 2% share, and women a 60-65% clip out of 1/2 the population, so it wasn’t just Catholics, what were the options? McCain – he was ready to bomb Iran as soon as elected, and Romney – what a joke. I do believe that Romney won but there was voter fraud, but Romney didn’t care he did his job.

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      • charliej373 says:

        John, you have been much more careful to stick to credible, verifiable information, so I have been happy to give you more latitude. But while your overall point is fairly sound here, I could not find numbers as dramatic as you did. This little piece comes closer to what most consider to be accurate. While I dispute some of your opinion here, I don’t have a significant argument with your stats, except that they are exaggerated. Just keep to the vetting you have been doing, for you make some real additions here when your stuff is credibly vetted.

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      • Patricia says:

        John, the truth is MCain and Romney were pro-life. It is attitudes like yours that allow Catholics to vote for pro-aborts. As a MA resident, I have known of Romney for a long time and met him in social situations now and then. He is not to my liking but you can be pretty sure he would not have appointed the two disasters to the Supreme Court that the current president did. McCain is not to my liking either since he is a RINO. However, he would not have appointed the two rabid pro-aborts either. And with regards to bombing Iran, were you saying that our current president was a pacifist? I think not.
        Charlie, you were too nice.

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        • johnjwblog says:

          Yes, voting Kerry, Obama, MCain (sic) or Romney is a daunting task, I agree that they are all defective. My issue with Romney is that the election was his to win and he lost, there was voter fraud and he didn’t challenge it, he never really wanted to run and it showed, as soon as the results came in he was gone, Obama should not have won, Romney was a weak candidate. McCain is a war hawk and yes Obama is continuing the American tradition of regime change and war – Syria and Libya – amongst others, so I agree with you there as well. I do not vote pro-abortion candidates and never will, I would probably have voted McCain and Romney as well and held my nose. So my attitude is not that far off from yours.

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      • I’m sorry, John, but there was something that was wrong with bombing Iran’s nuclear sites where they were (and still are) preparing processed uranium and plutonium to kill as many Americans and Israelis as possible? Instead we now have to live with what you probably think is a preferable situation, one in which Iran has been provided with about $150 billion to buy every kind of murderous weapon that is available to them.

        Perhaps you are looking at this in the short term, thinking that its all worked out ok up until now? But what about 400,000 deaths in Syria, predominantly caused by Iran’s allies? Iran has taken the money that we foolishly gave them as a payoff so that they would sign the treaty, and used it to arm and financially support their allies; the Lebanese terrorist army called Hezbollah, the Syrian dictator Assad who delights in torturing his opponents, and the non-government Shia militias in Iraq, some 100,000 plus strong, many of whom are fighting in Syria as we converse.

        The country would have been in a better situation had you voted against President Obama, a supporter of abortion through all 9 months of a pregnancy, the President most responsible for forcing the abandonment of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in our Armed Forces, the same Obama who has forced trans gender policies into our schools and homes, despite the fact that trans gender folks have a 40% suicide rate in the USA. Same sex marriage is also one of his achievements, along with the legal persecution of sincere Christians who think that it’s morally wrong to encourage gay couples to marry.

        And I haven’t really started on his foreign policy disasters which have driven our American allies to look to Russia and China for support and weapons. I thereby conclude that voting for McCain and/or Romney was the only morally correct choice for our country.

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        • moreen67 says:

          Dr. Dave – you mentioned the 400,000 deaths in Syria – I wonder if Obama when he goes on his paid speech tours (my Firm had both Clinton and Bush Jr. speak and Clinton said his biggest regret was not doing more about Rwanda and the 800,000 that perished) if he’ll say his regret was not doing something about Syria.

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          • I hope he will, Maureen. That’s my wife’s name, by the way!

            The problem is that he’s going to have a very long list of regrets on the foreigh policy front, all of which have caused death, destruction and moral decay. Without going into detail (that would require a book called President Obama’s Foreign Policy; How To Deliberately Destroy An Empire In 21 Easy Steps), here are some of the more disastrous actions of our President over the last 8 years; Egypt, Libya, Syria, Iran, Crimea and the Ukraine, Israel, the West Bank, Gaza, Lebanon etc. The list goes on and on.

            When you consider the consistency with which our FP actions over the last 8 years have caused the decline of American prestige and influence on every occasion, it makes you start to wonder exactly what were the goals of the man when he won the election in 2008?

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          • Mick says:

            DoctorDave, Obama’s nefarious goal, as stated numerous times during the 2008 campaign, was to “fundamentally transform America.” Mission accomplished.

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        • johnjwblog says:

          Charlie, don’t cut my comment off, I have a right to respond.
          Paragraph 1 – First of all the money that was given to Iran was theirs that was frozen by the US and the amount of money was all cash and was closer to $400 B. The money was probably, actually was for US hostages in Iran. Did they go and buy murderous weapons? Actually they used the money to buy planes from the EU. Iran ( Persia ) has not invaded any country since the 1600s. There is no evidence from the AEC that they are processing uranium and plutonium to kill Americans and Israelis. Now if I was Iran and I see Israel with the 3rd largest stockpile of nuclear weapons in the world and a hostile country, as a country I would be doing the same.
          Paragraph 2 – Syria – I met a doctor from Syria who has been in Canada for at least 10 years, he is a non-practising Muslim married to a Christian, he was in the Army, he said that during their many unrests, the troops would go in and kill the opposition, now if there was no opposition they would kill them anyways and say they were insurgents ( that’s why he left Syria, he could not handle the indiscriminant deaths as a doctor ) , at any rate Assad is an Alawite Muslim, he said that when the Alawites were in charge these atrocities would not happen, he had nothing but respect for Assad and the Alawites. Assad is westernized, he was a doctor of Optometry obtained from London, England. Assad is not a butcher, there is no evidence. The war in Syria is not a civil war, it was started because Syria did not want a pipeline proposed by Saudia Arabia going through their territory, instead they favoured a Russian sponsored one. Actually if you go on the net and google wesley clark on taking 7 countries out in 5 years you will see that the Syria takedown was planned. The SAA is composed of all men 18 and over in Syria, the army is composed of- Sunni, Shiite, Christian and others. Yes they are supported by Iran and Hezbollah. The deaths in Syria are not all caused by Iran. If all the opposition fighters were to leave there would be no more deaths. Syria is a sovereign state, Turkey, the US, and the EU have not been invited in, only Russia and Iran have been invited in by the legitimate government.
          Paragraph 3 – I’m Canadian I can not vote in the US and I would not have voted for Obama if I could. The rest of the stuff I agree.
          Paragraph 4 – Agree on most.
          By the way, what business does John McCain have going into Syria, a sovereign country and supplying arms to the “Syrian opposition” and getting his picture taken with them.

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          • charliej373 says:

            John, again you rely on assertions as fact. Your point number one is defensible, but simply an apology for Iran which puts the most hopeful spin on what it did with the money, when you don’t, in fact, know. Point number 2 is pure, unadulterated poppycock. Assad is a murderous tyrant who has repeatedly brutalized, tortured and murdered the people of his country. You could have made a case that he is less bad than the terrorist-laden rebels he is now fighting, but instead you indulge in the fantasy that no one but you and Russian propagandists share that he is actually a cuddly care bear of a man.

            You sound like a Jihadi apologist. If you were not such a huge Trump fan, I would suspect you might be a Jihadist, you so quickly buy into their propaganda.

            Finally, you have no RIGHT to reply at my site. I respect all my readers and afford them substantial latitude within the framework of a set of rules, including sticking to plausible facts that can be credibly substantiated. You have gotten much better at that, but you still veer close to the line most of the time and go over it much of the time.

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          • John, you are just misinformed. Syria under the direct rule of the Assad family, is responsible for torturing 17,723 prisoners to death in just 9 months in 2011. These are mostly civilians, non-combatants. Please see the following link from Amnesty Intl and The Independent newspaper;

            http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/syria-war-news-latest-doctor-reveals-horrific-torture-in-prison-as-amnesty-international-estimates-a7196171.html

            The spark that started to war was an event where 15 Sunni school children, some as young as 10 years old, were arrested by Syria’s police for spray painting anti-Assad graffiti on a wall. They were subsequently tortured by Assad’s police for this terrible crime. See here for more;

            http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/09/world/middleeast/a-faceless-teenage-refugee-who-helped-ignite-syrias-war.html

            By the way, the Assad family has ruled Syria continuously since 1971. They are indeed Alawhites, which is a branch of Shia Islam. Throughout the entire war, Assad has ordered chemical weapons to be dropped upon soldiers and civilians. This is quite clearly a war crime. He still has and uses chemical weapons today – the plan put in place by President Obama, after he backed down from punishing Assad militarily (remember the Obama’s “red line”?), was an abysmal failure. Assad kept around 2-3% of his most useful chemical weapons for later use. For example, here is a quote from a Wiipedia article on the continued use of sarin gas by the Assad army;

            In August 2016, a confidential United Nations report explicitly blamed the Syrian military of Bashar al-Assad for dropping chemical weapons on the towns of Talmenes in April 2014 and Sarmin in March 2015.[1]

            All the other information that I mentioned in my previous comments can be supported by detailed media reports like the ones above. I hesitate to do so because we have really left the true purpose of this blog. But just to finish, let me restate that I am not just caually stating that Assad is a butcher without considerable agreement around the world. See here;

            http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/09/opinion/bashar-al-assad-the-butcher.html

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/vladimir-putin/11909274/David-Cameron-Putin-is-backing-the-butcher-Assad-with-air-strikes-in-Syria.html

            https://ipolitics.ca/2014/10/14/meet-canadas-new-ally-bashar-assad/

            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/butcher-assad-vows-more-bloodshed-in-syria_us_57577379e4b01270c77366db

            And there are many, many more …

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          • johnjwblog says:

            Charlie you need to lighten up, I haven’t mentioned Trump in a long time, he’s in your country not mine. Jihadist – I’m not sure where that came from and Russian propagandists definitely do not support Jihadism. To be honest there are many factual mistakes on this site and I let them go, I don’t have the time to vet everything, my business is too busy and keeps growing and I’m having a hard time keeping up and because I’m so specialized I’ve got a virtual monopoly, but praise the Lord for the money, everyone who is praying for me thank you – I wish I had more time to debate everyone and yourself and provide links but its too time consuming so responding is slow and lacks proper backing.

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          • charliej373 says:

            John, I don’t ask you to vet everything on this site – just to vet what you submit, which is often wrong. And you know that if I cleared everything you sent, you would already be dismissed by everyone here as a crank. Go back and look. I won’t embarrass you with all the “breaking news” alerts you submitted that turned out to be absurdly false.

            You say you don’t have time. I tell you then to vet more and write less. I don’t mind provocative opinions. I DO mind overheated nonsense that you routinely submit to me as fact. Just vet your stuff – and don’t put sly interpretations that entirely twist the facts. Your recent submission of a YouTube of Gen. Wesley Clark was aq good example. You used fact to sell a perverse falsehood. You took a video of Clark talking about how he wanted to prosecute a war that Jihadists started, and then cite it as proof that the Americans started it. The problem, of course, is that it was from 2007, six years AFTER the Jihadists attacked.

            I find you offer some nuggets worth hearing, but I am growing weary of having to sift through three pounds of mud to get an ounce of nugget.

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          • johnjwblog says:

            There you got your wish, on October 5, 2016 top security officials are meeting in Washington to discuss the use of “limited” missile strikes to hit the Assad regime and eliminate the butcher and war criminal Bassar Al Assad, even Hillary is on board blaming the evil Russians for computer hacking and other nefarious activities inside the USA, supporting Assad and calling Putin – a war criminal. Isn’t this great, finally the USA will eliminate Putin and Assad, and then Iran, hopefully this doesn’t develop into WW3, here’s a good video from Brother Nathanael Kapner explaining it all: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbmpwE4K3E4 By the way Br Nathanael is an Orthodox Priest, convert from Judaism, he also received a visit from an entity, he goes onto the medians of big cities and holds up the crucifix and people honk their horns, one time he was cursed at by another jew in only words other jews know the meaning and Br Nathanael defended Christ and after the episode he turned around and there was a man and he said “thank you” when he turned around again the man was gone – vanished. Br Nathanael looks like he is also doing God’s work – pray for his safety.

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          • charliej373 says:

            Brother Nathanael was ordered to cease and desist by his Archbishop, the Patriarch Kyrill on July 17, 2013. He has since claimed to be approved by Bishop Jerome, a rather bizarre claim, since Bishop Jerome was relieved of all duties by the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, Eastern American Diocese, on July 12, 2013.

            Please John, vet your stuff. And that they agree with your leanings is not vetting. Brother Nathanael is a favorite of conspiracy theorists and, sadly, some white supremacist groups, but he is rejected by his own Russians and Russian Orthodox authorities.

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          • johnjwblog says:

            You have some of the truth but not all of it. Brother Nathanael was under the direction of Bishop Jerome Shaw of ROCOR up until at least July 12, 2013. On that date, the other Bishops “retired” Bishop Jerome at a Synod composed of about 5 Archbishops. They felt he was becoming too western in his community and that didn’t sit well with some.So up to that point he was in good standing. Orthodox have a way of complicating issues because there are so many offshoots and subgroups and they each have different rules and there is a general dislike for another group. To make a long story short no one actually knows the standing of Br. Nathanael at this point in time. The Orthodox do not really have a head person like the Pope – so this Synod may or may not be valid – they may actually have no jurisdiction, The link you posted actually does not acknowledge that he has any affiliation with ROCOR – there is no reprimand or punishment. But even if he has no affiliation with anyone he can start up his own church, people do it all the time and after a while there’s legitimacy – that’s how ROCOR started.
            With regard to his views, he was born and raised a Jew so he has some latitude in commenting on his own people that others would not have. Throwing the word white supremacy around is pejorative – Pastor James Manning is black and many others have indicated he is as well.

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          • charliej373 says:

            You are right that noting white supremacists enthusiasm for him was out of line. What is decisive is what he thinks, not what others think of him.

            That said, he claims to be under the direction of ROCOR – and ROCOR formally asked him to stop posting on the Internet and retire to a life of peace, while noting that he does NOT have ROCOR’s blessing. You are right that it has no penalty and comes across as a request rather than a command. But his history does NOT make him an effective or legitimate spokesman for Russia or for ROCOR…and it is not helped by his disobedience to the legitimate authority over him.

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          • johnjwblog says:

            Reply from Brother Nathanael: Brother Nathanael Responds To Abp Kyrill of Rocor’s Statement

            In response to Archbishop Kyrill’s ‘Statement’ against me, first of all please SEE:

            http://brothernathanaelfoundation.org/about

            — “Brother Nathanael is a monastic with the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Of Russia (ROCOR) where he is blessed by Bishop Jerome as a “poslushnik”/”novice” monk and to pursue a public ministry.” —
            Archbishop Kyrill of San Francisco, who I have learned acted without the knowledge of the majority of the voting bishops, did not censure me for any sin or sins on my part but rather for exercising my God-given right of freedom of speech.
            It’s one thing for a hierarch to censure a member of the Church for sin but quite another for a hierarch to attempt to muzzle the mouth of one exposing the works of darkness.
            Archbishop Kyrill over-stepped his ecclesial bounds with regard to me and thus he was out of order. (Again, I have learned that the majority of the voting bishops knew nothing of the ’statement’ until after it was posted.)
            And as Archbishop Kyrill is not my Spiritual Father in no position to know the state of my soul, he was out-of-order in stating that he deplored the state of my soul.
            Because he was out of order, I have requested of him and am still awaiting both a public and personal apology from Abp Kyrill.
            Thus, I continue my public ministry with a clear conscience and with a strong sense of my calling from Christ, my God and Defender, of which calling, Bishop Jerome of ROCOR sanctions with his blessing.

            +Brother Nathanael Kapner
            “Poslushnik”/”Novice” Monk
            Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR)

            Also see his website: http://brothernathanaelfoundation.org/about
            Scroll to the bottom and press on the red link or here: http://www.brothernathanaelfoundation.org/pics/BNAffirm.png
            Letter from ROCOR dated 2016-06-16 signed by Hilarion about his good standing in ROCOR. He is fully obedient and compliant with ROCOR.

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          • charliej373 says:

            Nicely done, John. The last link is the key – solid evidence that Metropolitan Hilarion has acknowledged Br. Nathanael to be in good standing, with the copy of a letter more recent than the admonition by Archbishop Kyrill.

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          • SanSan says:

            posted on wrong link……

            johnjwblog……watched the link of Bro. Nathanael–he sounds like a jew hater……I hear that and I can’t hear anything else he says. I know of and respect Metropolitan Hilarion. I read the letter dated June 2016 saying Bro Nathanael was in “good standing” ~ but in my heart I feel the Metropolitan may be lacking all the info on him–something doesn’t “fit”.

            however, that said, I believe that our government is very “hawkish” right now against Russia and Syria. I think they became this way only after all there efforts ($, lies and talk) has bought them nothing, except another war. (just my view of events).

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          • johnjwblog says:

            doctordave777: I read over your stuff and a lot of it is half truths: for instance you mention “In August 2016, a confidential United Nations report” – the report isn’t confidential if you have access to it – is it? Besides that’s an old media trick to support their story using ” an unidentified source with information claims…” – anyone can say that and defend a position. You quote a lot from the New York Times and Huffington Post, isn’t the NYT the same paper leaking Trump’s 1995 Tax Return and bringing forth all these women being sexually attacked by Trump? By the way, NYT is being sued for all these issues by Trump,but I’ll just look at his Tax Return which is private,at any rate his Accountant Metternick has come forward and said Trump could not have possibly taken advantage of the tax system in 1995 because he did not have the expertise that’s why he hired me in 1996 – NYT busted and sued.
            However,let’s get to the issue of Syria, I’m not going to go through all articles, because they are all suspect,so I’ll just pick on one,this one: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/butcher-assad-vows-more-bloodshed-in-syria_us_57577379e4b01270c77366db , this article is actually from the Washington Post another dandy source, here it is: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/assad-pledges-more-bloodshed-in-syria-says-the-peace-process-has-failed/2016/06/07/efcd0e96-2cb6-11e6-b9d5-3c3063f8332c_story.html I read it and scroll down to the comment section on the same article you cite and people are saying that’s not what Assad said: 1) How the heck does:
            “Our war on terrorism will continue not because we like war. They imposed war on us.” Assad said. “The bloodshed won’t end until we root out terrorism, wherever it is.”
            Turn into:
            “Assad pledges more bloodshed in Syria, says the peace process has failed” and here:

            So, the actual Assad’s speech, the one completely misrepresented by Liz Sly (sly, definition: having or showing a cunning and deceitful nature. Indeed) the propagandist:
            “the bloodshed won’t end until terrorism is uprooted no matter where it is and regardless of the masks it wears. (…) “Just like we liberated Palmyra and many other areas before it, we will liberate every inch of Syria from their grasp. We have no choice other than victory, or else there won’t be a Syria and out children will not have a present or a future,” President al-Assad affirmed, noting that this doesn’t mean excluding the political track, explaining “we will continue working on the political track no matter how slim the possibilities of realizing and achievement are, and this is based on the strong desire on the popular and official levels to stop bloodshed and destruction and to save the country. However, any political process that doesn’t begin, continue, and end with eliminating terrorism is meaningless and will not produce results.”” and here
            Rest assured that from the NYT to the WaPo and beyond all our so-called Western “free press” has parroted the same lies and misrepresentations about this speech: a fricking disgrace. Goebbels would be so proud of these propagandist disciples… How can we form an objective opinion on international events and relations if our press is lying to us on a daily basis?

            These are just a sampling of replys, as Charlie says “do rely on assertions as fact” – the whole article is a lie and a butcher article on Assad.

            If you want to know what is really happening in Syria, not from the papers you quote, who don’t even have boots on the ground in Syria and get their information from who knows, these people actually have been on the ground in Syria and they do not support any of the main stream media lies: Eva Bartlett – a Canadian reporter here: http://www.theeventchronicle.com/media/interview/journalist-eva-bartlett-im-back-from-syria-the-media-is-lying-to-you/ and also the 21st century wire with Patrick Henningsen who has reports almost daily from Syria: http://21stcenturywire.com/

            We can all sit in the comfort of our home and look at things based on the main stream media or we can see it for ourselves, these people have and risked their lives to bring us the proper news – these people are courageous.

            One more thing and a rebut to Charlie: I live in a somewhat remote location in Canada, I follow world events and my daughter does as well. My daughter travels to the US to see her spouse’s family, Her spouse’s father is an international traveller with high level security clearance travelling everywhere in the world – he told my daughter that for someone that hasn’t travelled the world like me you are very worldly and have a good grasp of what is happening in the world. The father was recently arguing with another son who blames Russia for everything and his father goes to Russia a lot and says that it isn’t true about Russia, he said Russia is not the evil we are told in the press.

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          • charliej373 says:

            I do not share your chirpy assessment of the good will of Syria and Russia at this time – and it is undeniable that Assad has butchered many of his own people. But it certainly IS a lot more complicated than the west has often made it – and I have seen no credible evidence that our government’s plan would result in anything other than expanding ISIS territory. I don’t forget that if we had not bobbled the ball entirely and left a dangerous vacuum, Russia would not seriously be involved here. Having gotten involved, they have a hot potato that is hard to handle.

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  5. wcbeckman says:

    http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18386.The_Death_of_Ivan_Ilych

    The Death of Ivan Ilych is a novella by Leo Tolstoy. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich is by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

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  6. joseph dawson says:

    I though you said there was not going to be an election. A Wuote from your most recent post.
    “I thought of holding off on it until after election…”

    Also you are vanned from the denver diocese.Stop re interpreting the letter the diocese has proclaimed.
    I know you will cowardly not post this but such is your pride.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Ah yes, one of the drive-by readers. I get this from time to time…usually delete them as they don’t add anything to the discussion except snarling, ignorant malice. But I was tickled that he said I was banned in Denver in a comment to a piece that also included the tape from the presentation in…Denver.

      I have said there is not going to be a peaceful transfer of power from Obama to Clinton or Trump. Inauguration Day is the key, not election day. If you actually read here, you would know that. I know you are furious that the Denver Archbishop did NOT restrict my content, but you really should stop trying to re-interpret the decision.

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      • victura98 says:

        I keep a list of phrases that I steal from this blog to use in homilies, from time to time. I call it my “bullseye” list, because they hit the mark, perfectly.
        “Snarling, ignorant malice” just made the “bullseye” list. 🙂

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      • Miki says:

        God bless you Charlie and continue to guide those ‘who have ears’ ! Your instruction gives much needed hope.

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      • Tony says:

        One thing that makes me doubt you is that when you were challenged in Houston about being “banned in Denver”, you did not fully clarify. You should have told her that yes, the archdiocese has banned you from speaking in their facilities, because that would imply that they approved your visions. However, you are not banned from speaking within the bounds of the archdiocese. Instead, I found it odd that you responded with what must be called a half truth, that you were not banned in Denver (at all) was the implication.

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        • charliej373 says:

          I am not banned in Denver. That is not a half-truth…it is the whole truth. I am restricted from giving a presentation on Church property in the Archdiocese of Denver.

          Look, Tony, I have been candid here from the very beginning, both on my flaws, my sinful past, and my virtues. If you want to pick at nits, have at it, but I am not banned in Denver.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Sorry if I got too sharp, Tony. I have explained this over and over – and most times I fully note I am restricted from speaking on Church property in Denver. Having explained it with full disclosure about a hundred times, at least, I am NOT the one trying to twist anything. I was irritated at that in Houston and have not watched the tape, so maybe I did not fully disclose it all there – but in order for you to suggest I was trying to cover anything up, you would have to have me not mentioning it every time – when I almost always go through the full restriction.

          Meantime, I have noticed that quite a few of my critics – who constantly DO intentionally twist things to put a negative spin – include many people who were all in for the loathesome fraud that was Maria Divine Mercy, who actively tried to pull people away from the Church and actively slandered the Pope. I can understand they don’t want to be fooled again…but I think before they expound so loudly they ought to re-examine their own process of discernment.

          All right, I have vented and I am done. But I am NOT banned in Denver. Period.

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        • Snowy Owl says:

          🐡… 🦅 <– removal Catholic style 😏

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        • MarieUrsula says:

          The word *banned* is loaded. It implies being thrown out for some violation. This does not fit Charlie’s relationship with the Archdiocese of Denver.

          For Charlie to speak officially at a parish within the Archdiocese of Denver would imply a kind of endorsement of his full message. This is not the time for that, since the full prophetic message needs to play out in real-time events to be proven sufficiently. Relevant events are still unfolding. The Archdiocese thus is in no position to *endorse* Charlie.

          *Not endorsing* is not the same as *banning* him. Seems pretty clear to me.

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        • Beckita says:

          Tony and All, additional clarification to keep in mind: The investigative commission delved into the archived materials and had access to consult with Charlie’s three spiritual directors. In addition, commission members have carefully observed the activity at this blog. If there was one iota of questionable material, the Archdiocese could well have slapped many more restrictions on Charlie. They didn’t. They could have declared that Charlie was a complete fraud. They didn’t. They could have put Charlie on a back burner, hoping it would all go away. They didn’t. They discovered there was nothing here against faith and morals.

          My guess is they were also wise enough to acknowledge what is happening all around us in the natural world and what God has been doing with Charlie is so like God. Our Father knows our weakness and loves us too much to let us destroy ourselves. He has sent prophets throughout salvation history for the purpose of bringing us back and to tell us He’s about to move upon the earth for our good.

          As stated in the introduction to these videos: most private revelation is not officially approved while it is still ongoing. (There have been a few exceptions, such as Our Lady of Akita and Maria Esperanza.)

          It is a very big deal that the one and only restriction was that Charlie not speak on Church property in the Denver Archdiocese. He was not advised by Archbishop Aquila to cease speaking on private property or to stop his work with the blog. Additionally, the caution is NOT against Charlie. It is a caution that we all remain on solid footing with the ordinary means provided by the Church as we do our part in growing in conversion. Thanks be to God for Archbishop Aquila’s wisdom. Please take a look at the FOCUS video where you will hear Charlie affirm in his own words what Archbishop Aquila is conveying in the caution: Charlie is not our guru. We do not need him. It is the Lord we need. God has chosen Charlie as His instrument to remind us God is calling us back to Himself.

          This seems an apropos moment to review or discover, if one has not yet done so, this piece: https://charliej373.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/the-gamaliel-option/

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        • You could just re-post my post after the public announcement, not that my incognito opinion matters…

          just saying…

          😉

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          • Snowy Owl says:

            YongDuk, your opinion ALWAYS matters to all of us here! Well..except the part where I have to look up weird words, that’s debatable. a little, well sorta..lol. 😊

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      • Debating is what the Devil, his minions, & those who serve them do, it is better to refrain from such activity. Truth was revealed to them all & they have already chosen their allegiance. They have no place in the Heavens above & soon will have no place on the earth below. Allow them no attention & let them go their separate way. Their time is short & their dominion exhausted. Let them give heed to the more visible signs & works of the Most High God.

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        • Oh, I don’t know, R. Sometimes I really love a good debate. But nowadays an inquisitive and engaging person is hard to find…it seems everyone has picked their sides, dug in their heels and stopped asking introspective questions. But you have a point: When I do debate a leftist who, say, claims to love Jesus but defends abortion, it sometimes feels like I’m arguing against the devil, or at least the deeply-rooted indoctrination of the devil.

          If there’s any reason to refrain from debate, it’s because it’s so often a futile endeavor.

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          • justsayin392 says:

            What we used to recognize as the ‘warp and woof of free and honest discourse seems to have devolved into a persistent ‘official’ chorus of whine whimper and snarf from all quarters. Not pretty.

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        • Snowy Owl says:

          Awww, comeon R., we can have a little bit of fun! Besides, he’s surrounded and it’s dinnertime. Puffer fish sushi..mm mm mm. 😉

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      • Lots of folks simply don’t read anything more than the headline of an article. That’s probably what you are working with in responding to Joseph.

        I’ve only read your overall review of what you have been told will happen in regard to the election of our next President and the subsequent upcoming “trial”: It seemed pretty straight forward to me, Charlie.You have said that there may or may not be an actual election, but in both cases extraordinary events will occur that will prevent the winning President-elect (if there is one) from takig office. Do I have that part correct, Charlie?

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        • charliej373 says:

          Yes, you do have it correct, Dave. Thank you for that.

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          • RichB says:

            Yes, Maybe a hurricane devastates an important state to where the infrastructure is so damaged that the election must be postponed. I can here it now. It’s “only the fair and right thing to do” .
            And why did Obama declare a state of emergency for Georgia?

            Just sayin……

            Thy Will be done.

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    • Z says:

      I do not expect there to be a next presidential election. Politics is a dead man walking. We’ve got some other things coming. Now, I do not say there will never be another presidential election but I don’t expect there to be one. This next one we’re going to skip over because we’ll be in the midst of crisis.

      Birmingham Dinner transcript, July 9, 2015

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    • Charlie, now that I’m anonymous, can I start handing out the coveted “Ralph Award” for such deserving posts as this little beauty?

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    • Stephen Maresch says:

      Joseph,

      A Bishop does not have the authority to ban someone from speaking in an area, the most he can do is stop someone from speaking in his parishes; or he can put out an edict for the faithful not to attend a venue such as Charlie’s. Next lets be clear that Charlie is merely doing what he was told to do whether the message is from God or from some other place only time will tell, but I can say as one who is always cautious with such things Charlie is the most upright Catholic and has never deviated or led anyone else from the faith. So you hanging around waiting for him to fall on his face and have a gotcha moment is at a minimum a call to confession. Your tone is not one of concern for the right interpretation but one of condemnation, but the messages were not given to you they were given to Charlie so unless Charlie has done something against the faith you should back off and let Charlie do his job lest you be held accountable.

      Stephen,

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      • charliej373 says:

        I do want to note, Stephen, that a Bishop does have the right to constrain a Catholic from speaking about private revelation publicly.

        A baptized Catholic does have the absolute right to speak about his faith publicly, subject to those constraints on private revelation. However, after some thought, I informed my Chancellor that if the Archbishop ordered me not to speak directly about the faith at all, I would obey. It would have gone beyond my duty, but at the time there was such ugly criticism of the Pope, I decided that I would offer up a greater obedience in reparation for the widespread disobedience rising, particularly in seemingly orthodox circles. When I met with the Commission after the Archbishop had made his decision, the team that helps me here was standing by to go back and make this site completely compliant with whatever my Archbishop directed – and that meeting came a week before the letter was publicly released.

        I would have spoken in these times from a cultural and political perspective, as I used to, but I would have scrubbed this site of any private revelation and, had it been directed, ceased speaking on that in any venue, whatsoever. In large measure, the fullness of my life began when I was received into the Church. I am both a grateful and obedient son of the Church. On all matters of faith and morals, I will ever obey the legitimate authority that God has set over me – and I will do it with a grateful heart. I wrote of the decision here, in the piece, “The Gamaliel Option.”

        I will ever be a fully obedient son of the Church. To do otherwise would not just be to defy lawful authority, but to defy God.

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  7. Patricia says:

    Charlie,
    Jim Sinclair and his partner, Bill Holter, well respected men in their fields, think that the chances of an election postponement is 65 to 70%. They believe the Hillary machine is so powerful that, if her numbers continue to drop, Syria or Deutsche Bank will be the excuse. Since both subjects are quite volatile, this scenario is becoming more and more mainstream thinking. So my question is will a postponement of an election also be a call to walk to DC or is it just a communication shutdown?

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    • charliej373 says:

      I will tell you when we reach that point, Patricia!

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      • Patricia says:

        For anyone who is doubting Charlie should go to jsmineset.com and watch Sinclair’s and Holter’s post last night titled ” the most dangerous period in history is today”. Jim and Bill speak of the possibility of delaying or canceling the election and they state that the rule of law is dead in the USA. And, finally, they discuss the globalist cabal that has taken over the US. These two guys are well known financial people who are so flabbergasted by what they see and hear, things that most Americans do not, they are now saying publicly what two years ago would have committed them to the loony bin. Sometimes I think they are reading Charlie! They are also saying this is no longer an economic situation, this is a world wide conflagration. For those who wish to hear the truth, it is everywhere for all to hear For those who do not wish to hear ………………………………..

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        • BD says:

          Patricia. I met Jim Sinclair several years ago and he is one of the good guys. Because of both his and his family’s background, he is very aware of the status of the financial system and the hideous plans of the TPTB that control it. He has spent a considerable amount of time and personal wealth trying to warn people what is surely coming our way. He told me directly we are dealing with a demonic influenced group and they have no conscience at all, psychopaths if you will. As far as Bill Holter is concerned, we trade occasional emails and although he may not follow Charlie he is convinced (Sinclair as well) that the entire financial system may crash any day now. They are convinced there will not be an election because of this crash. There are a myriad of potential catalysts that may start the final cascade of the crash but Bill is convinced the entire take down is contrived by the elite to further their power and wealth. Interestingly enough it is the power and control they especially seek at this time, not any additional wealth.

          In conclusion both Jim and Bill are sincere individuals trying to carefully warn the public of the dangers ahead. They maintain life as we know it is about to change forever. No real discussion of just what that statement means but they told me don’t rule out a Mad Max scenario as a worst case scenario. Where Charlie’s message also speaks of a “Crash” among other things to come, he also offers us hope with Our Lady’s “Rescue” in late 2017. God Bless…

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        • SanSan says:

          Well Patricia, that was a somber read……..

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    • johnjwblog says:

      They have known for awhile that Deutsche Bank is undercapitalized ( capital is now an unknown construct ), but that hasn’t translated into bank failure, the problem is the derivatives ( another unknown ) totalling around 82,000,000,000,000, at last count the bank had about 550,000,000,000 in cash/cash-like assets, out of which 143,000,000,000 is actual cash on hand and another 80,000,000,000 of marketable assets – the real reason banks go under is because of cash – depositors taking out their cash or a run on the bank – this hasn’t happened yet ( digital transactions are meaningless, they are only numbers and can be manipulated, but physical cash is another thing ), so the German gov’t saying they won’t bail them out is not good news but may be just talk ( you can not believe Merkel, she’s a politician so she has other motives ), if they want to keep the bank afloat they need to support the stock price and this will keep confidence in the bank, so if their stock price starts rising they’re not in any real trouble at the moment, but if it falls, this is a planned takedown – they need to pop that 82T derivative bubble to take down the system, just like Lehman – by the way there was a card malfunction for TD and Deutsche Bank today and tomorrow is a bank holiday in Germany –

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      • Being an Engineer in background, I find it so much easier to deal in the 10^to’s due to the British / European and American:
        8.2×10^13 (82 trillion / billion)
        5.5×10^11 (550 billion / milliard)
        1.43×10^11 (143 billion / milliard)

        That way one can add and multiple the zeros all the easier.

        But I find it (ten-to’s [ten to the nth power]) all the more convenient when talking about femto and pico, lest one forget when running proteins and DNA on gels.

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        • pslmfortysix says:

          I worked for a time as an assistant in a Biochemistry lab. I used to run a lot of gels! Had a lot of experience w/ micro- and pico- etc! Brings back memories 🙂

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        • jayman92 says:

          Being a former alter boy, I’d prefer those figures in Roman numerals. Could someone please translate. Thank you.

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        • johnjwblog says:

          Although not an engineer, I used the 000s to illustrate how big the numbers are, when you use simplified mathematical expressions it just doesn’t have the same punch to the numbers especially when getting across a point, but when you want to hide numbers shorting the expressions are much better.

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  8. James Ignatius McAuley says:

    Charlie,
    Manning the post here, going to the first Byzantine Catholic Bible Conference in the beginning of November near Pittsburgh. Should be good.

    Beckita, if you read this, please give Joe Crozier my email so that he may contact me. I would like to talk to him some more. He wrote a very nice response that deserves a reply, but I have been, by the grace of God, bogged down with real estate work. God is moving a lot of people around to where they should be.

    Charlie, I am being sent many broken, hurt, wounded people. I pray for them, and remind them God has a plan and I tell them to trust God and take the next right step to give them hope in Christ. When I meet with them, they have to sit in front of a statue of St. Joseph holding the child Jesus. I tell them, “[i]f you cannot deal with St. Joseph, you cannot deal with me.” So far, I have not had anyone walk out!

    Happy Feast of the Guardian Angels in the Roman Rite to everybody! Yesterday was the Feast of the Protection of the Mother of God in the Byzantine Rite. may she protect all Christians!

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    • charliej373 says:

      God bless and keep you, James.

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    • Snowy Owl says:

      Truly, truly beautiful James! What a witness!

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    • zeniazenia says:

      Perfect James, Whenever possible,let’s allow the saints to direct us, en masse, to take the next right step. I caught the October radio edition of ‘Franciscan University Presents’ ‘St. Joseph and the Holy Family’ and smiled when a delighted Scott Hahn admitted two borderline ‘superstitious’ prayers to St. Joseph in his lifetime, asking for help with the unlikely sale of two homes. He also prays a perpetual novena to St. Joseph for all the help for the men in his family. http://www.faithandreason.com/2016/09/fr-boniface-hicks-osb-st-joseph-holy-family/ –St. Joseph pray for us. :0)
      Father Boniface Hicks, OSB, the host of We Are One Body Catholic Radio, was guest with host Michael Hernon, vice president of Advancement at Franciscan University, Dr. Scott Hahn, Franciscan University theology professor, and Father Sean O. Sheridan, TOR, Franciscan University president.

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      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        Scott Hahn is one of the best people to start with in building your faith. Regarding St. Joseph, it may surprise some, but some of the best material about St. Joseph from the fathers is that great devotional work, ascribed to St. James of Jerusalem, the Infancy Gospel of James. St. Joseph comes across as a real hero. We see the humiliations he and Mary go through before they are vindicated. I find this presents Joseph very much in character with the Gospels. In fact, I will go so far as to say I do not believe it is apocryphal and that as a devotional work it certainly more credible than any other single non biblical source for the background to the birth of the Mary and the birth of Jesus. I realize some wlil write the Infancy Gospel of James off as “apocrypha,” but there is apocrypha (like the Gospel of Thomas or the Epistle to the Laodocians) that is cearly non-canonical, heretical and a-historical and then there is apocrypha like this Infancy Gospel or the First Letter of Clement to the Corinthians.

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        • zeniazenia says:

          Good morning James,
          I also have that 18×24 framed ‘Head of Christ’ print on the wall in my office. When anyone enters, they share the room with me and that amazing oversize Rembrandt, who painted the tortured Jesus with a look of infinite mercy and humility, a rope still around His neck.
          When the angel spoke to Joseph in a dream, he did not need to tell Joseph, ‘Do not be ashamed’ because Joseph knew he could trust Mary. No, the angel reassured Joseph, ‘But while he thought on these things, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a dream, saying, Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost.’ Matt 1:20
          What Joseph feared was self doubt. His future was to be caretaker and provider for a sinless wife, the Ark of the New Covenant, mother of God. Suspicion was not his problem, it was a problem for the world.
          ‘They said to Him, “We were not born of fornication… John 8:41 They were not speaking rhetorically, but blurted out, as an interjection, what they normally whispered– Mary was always suspected of being unfaithful to Joseph and naturally people gossiped about it. What a Sorrow for Jesus, Mary and Joseph. I don’t think the Holy Family has been vindicated yet. Hopefully this will finally happen in late 2017.
          My son’s wedding is on the 15th. You know I will be praying a novena to St. Joseph and our Lady for Nuptial Grace. 🙂

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    • Beckita says:

      Hi James. I’m back to commenting and I need you to please send me an email to either address: TNRS.Answers@gmail.com or beckita.maria@yahoo.com
      I’d be happy to share your contact info with Joe.

      Prayers for you and your work, James, with all your next right steps.

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      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        Will do, and thank you, too Beckita – you are in my prayers, also.

        Watching the Denver video, I could not but help think that you are another of “Charlie’s Angels,” LOL! But this motherly ministry of helping is exactly what our Lady and the faithful women did for our Lord, as evidenced in the Gospels.

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  9. Deborah Seiter says:

    Charlie, just wondered if you were able to watch the documentary by the spay England family(Arcadia Films) about Saul Alinsky and his influence on politicians(namely Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama) and, unfortunately , some, quite influential, members of the clergy? I found it eye opening and I intend to purchase it from EWTN and share it with all I can. I believe Doug Keck, EWTN and the Payne family have brought to light very valuable information that we need to pray about and make others aware of. That is my take. I value your opinion and would like to hear from you if you have had a chance to watch it. Mater Dolorosa, Causa Nostradamus Laetitiae, Ora pro nobis!

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  10. Joseph77 says:

    The “catholic” pro-murder politicians, including the kennedys and cuomos needed to be called out and excommunicated before 1973 by the bishops and priests of the US and the world. But, what we heard was a deadly silence of approval from the majority of the clergy and some 60 million infanticides to this date. Only the one and only bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska fulfilled. his obligation by excommunicating all “catholic” pols in his diocese.if they did not publicly recant. What do we see today, cardinals of major diocese befriending and allowing these “catholic” politicians to commit sacrilege by receiving Our Lord Jesus Christ in Holy Communion. Only Cardinal Burke as archbishop of St. Louis, publicly called Joe Biden out and warned him not to receive Holy Communion in his diocese. An example of the silence of the majority of bishops was dramatically announced by the archbishop of Providence, RI, who recently publicly confessed that he could no longer be a democrat because they were against the teachings of the Church! By making this comment, I do not judge the sins of others have and do absolve myself of all guilt, my sins of the past have contributed greatly to the storm we are now suffering and now beg your prayers and the Lord for His unfathomable mercy.

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    • Joseph77 says:

      Charlie,
      Made a very serious error “and do absolve myself of all guilt” should have read, “and do NOT absolve myself…” God forgive me for that stupid omission!

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  11. Ella Cammina says:

    Come Holy Spirit, renew the face of the earth!
    Immaculate Heart of Mary, maranatha!

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  12. Deborah Seiter says:

    Charlie, just looked at my post to you about Saul Alinsky. I can’t believe how many typos there were. Yikes! 😳 What is it folks say on here about getting souls out of purgatory? I just got a boat load out. 🙏

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  13. roses1sb says:

    Charlie- I really like watching the videos more than reading the articles………it gives a chance to hear it first hand and get a better look at the situation…..I do not have a lot of time to read as I take care of my grand son a lot but with the videos….you can stop and pause and go back and listen lolo…..I like this much better and thank you for posting the videos…….Tony, even if you do not believe Charlie…..sit alone by your self and ask God….the answer will come soon enough about if he is real or not….I got my answer this way…..The main thing Charlie has to say is this…..turn to God and take the next right step…..Charlie sticks to the church and does not force any one to believe or not believe….he just does the will of God….Tony our times are grave…think of Noah and his time….God sent warnings and the people did not listen until the flood came and…..the rest is history…even if you do not believe this site….look around and just turn to God and pray for our country…..this world and each other…..I am not perfect but I will never give up on my Father in heaven….I Love God so much….he puts up with me being weak and having struggles….I will never leave the church or Jesus and his beautiful Mother Mary….never…..so Tony….just pray and turn to God and pray….God Loves All of us and it is normal to question but sit with God alone and ask him…..he will let you know the truth…I got my answer this way…..

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  14. This may or may not be a kosher topic on this website but I will try anyway. I am so disturbed by the current presidential contest and it’s effect on America. I believe we desperately need a statesman, one who cares about the country not political gain. One who has a steady hand and experience. I am trying to get a grassroots movement started to draft Colin Powell for president. I am asking for any and all help, especially you Charlie since you have knowledge and experience in these matters. Please help. COLIN POWELL FOR PRESIDENT

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Jane, you are letting panic get the better of you. Nothing like this can happen at this late stage of the game. Even further, I doubt you would find much support here for the man you mention, who is politically a far-left lib and supporter of abortion on demand. He was a solid general, but has been much less than that politically.

      But the fundamental issue is that you think there is a political solution to a spiritual and cultural disease. We will NOT find rescue from politics. At this stage, even our well-intended efforts to put our faith in politics will only prolong the agony. God has a plan. Don’t try to substitute a plan of your devising for His. Instead, quit worrying about the big things and devote your time to what is right in front of you: acknowledge God, take the next right step, and be a sing of hope – and wait in confident hope for God to fully unveil His plan.

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      • the phoenix says:

        “be a sing of hope” … like, for example, “And the people of the kingdom, And the people of Heaven, Shall rise together, Shall rise forever, And God shall rule.” … Couldn’t resist pointing out this beauty of a typo in favor of the souls in purgatory! Thanks for making me smile, Charlie! 🙂

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      • RichB says:

        I agree Charlie, Powell would be a calamity……

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      • Thank you Charlie for your consideration. I will pray about what you have said. If this is incorrect or disruptive I ask Mary to cover my error. In any event, let us continue to pray for America.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Don’t worry about it at all, Jane. You did not speak in malice or with viciousness, but merely in honest frustration and fear at what surrounds us. God knows that happens to us. Steady up and steady on. God has a plan.

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  15. Pam says:

    Charlie, I just heard on the evening national news tonight that now the government is very concerned that we will not be able to have a fair election because of all the Russian hacking. Could this be the “excuse” they need to cancel this election this year? “Maybe Obama will have to stay in office, because “no one else can be fairly elected. ” Hmmmmm!

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    • charliej373 says:

      They have been talking about that for weeks now. Yes, they are floating all sorts of justifications. You want a hack-proof election? Print paper ballots. If the feds take over the election machinery, our freedom is completely over and your vote means nothing. The “results” will be whatever the feds want them to be, even as they bleat that they are just “protecting us.

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  16. anna819 says:

    I see you will be in Washington, DC on the 28th of October, just 25 days from now. This might work out perfectly as you won’t have to walk far!

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    • charliej373 says:

      Ha, I rarely get off that easy.

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      • Will you keep traveling regardless what happens with election?…of course in the exception of a break in free communications,. If so I’d really like to look into your planner with a stop on central or NW Florida. Praying to Holy Spirit to send His wisdom in taking the next right step with this 🙏.
        Ps wondering what your take on the postponing of Assanges October surprise Wikileaks dump….security concerns? ( ala Clinton/Alinsky cronies)

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        • charliej373 says:

          I was in northwest Florida earlier this year. There may be some re-arranging of a few things, but I doubt any major new stops will be added.

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          • Awww, wishful thinking…Figured as much…just was hoping could get a few more eyes opened…I’ll pray the storm in its fullness sways those on the fence .
            Lots of clergy friends nearby, who even while having so much on their plate, I have seen evidence they want to keep a eye and ear out on what they feel is imminent.

            I’m torn between requesting a meeting with our more “social justice” global warming leaning pastor ….or defer to to our parochial vicar a native of Haiti, who just returned from La Salette pilgrimmage and loves Our Lady! Our parish is set up as a perfect refuge in case, but I’m not sure the staff he’s hired… as well as our pastor would be on board.
            Since moving back here in 2015 from Fl panhandle where the churches and simplicity of faith in adoration, rosary groups ,Catholics who love their faith, it’s been hard to get adjusted here. We’ve found the small mountain towns out west where we spend summers have some really devoted Catholic parishes. How long Lord how long ?🙏😊

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          • jlynnbyrd says:

            eco, I say go for it. Just last Sunday after Mass, I thanked our newest priest, a young man, for his homily focused on being in communion with our neighbors, and told him about Charlie and TNRS. His interest was piqued and what he does with that information is in God’s hands. I just returned from the final stop of the Our Lady of Fatima tour for Peace, in Illinois for 2016-2017, http://WWW.FATIMATOURFORPEACE.COM/THE-TOUR within our diocese.
            The tour Director Patrick told us the story of OLF and a bit about the tour. He said that he told his bishop before they went on the road that it was his desire to travel to at least 100 dioceses in the nation. He was thankful to report that they added the 100th diocese along their two years of travel today! What a joy. After Mass, I chatted with him I gave him the Prayer of Miraculous Trust prayer card with TNRS website address. He seemed intrigued and was grateful to me for the information about Charlie and the prayer card!

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          • Thanks jlynnbird. I will take more chances with our pastor. Have spread it with about five additional priest friends, a couple have been receptive and open to seeing the signs of the times
            Wow, your OLF tour sounded wonderful…good for you getting this new priest a chance to ponder TNRS! I hope we all get to meet someday, God willing

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  17. Beckita says:

    Well, SteveBC and All, I had not been receiving the usual instant deliveries of TNRS’s comments to my inbox and it has taken me a few days to realize this. (No I’m not a blonde… You know I’m totally kidding, although I really have never been a blonde.)

    I have noticed several readers recently commenting about problems with WordPress and I want to promote the use of Steve’s well-written assistance if anyone finds himself/herself in this situation. This dys-techie one utilized the excellent resource available in the black nav bar at the top of the page and discovered my preferences had been altered – and not by me. By simply reading and following those clear instructions – in the words of my preschool granddaughter: I did it myself! And am now back to my previously determined preferences. This really is a friendly site, including in tech support for those who need it. Thanks, Steve.
    https://charliej373.wordpress.com/pdf-book-files/

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  18. I loved the Denver video, and I can’t wait to watch the Houston!

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  19. Susan Werner says:

    Your voice calms me down, Charlie. Love your talks too!

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  20. Nancy says:

    Thank you for coming to Omaha. You really did fulfill your mission to hearten the faithful. And thank you Matt and Amy for all you did to make Charlie welcome. I am so proud of you and yours.

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  21. Virginia Carter says:

    SORRY TO ASK THIS PETITION. I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE LINK OR ADDRESS TO WHERE TO BUY SOME ORGANIC SEEDS TO HAVE AFTER THE RESCUE. THANKS CHARLIE Virginia

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  22. Linda says:

    I’ve just recently purchased the big scapular for protection that Fr. Ripperger talks about from the mystic Marie-Julie Jehenney for the upcoming chastisement. He said it’s a good idea to hang one in your house… Charlie, the chastisement described in the mystic’s writings sounds horrible.. do you or does anyone else know anything about her? I really love listening to Fr. Ripperger.. He is so good and so informative. I esp. like his binding on prayer, except i was using it on people i have no authority on for awhile and boy did I get beet up!!! lol.. Word of warning on that one.. read the small print! ha!

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    • I have two of these… one I think I gave to my mom and one I carry in my Mass travel kit. I honestly, without meaning any disrespect, do not know what I feel/think/believe about these, but do like the devotion… say setting the Scapula as part of a portable Prayer Corner camping, as the Images are nice, having a Devotion to the Passion as I do.

      I have no reason to doubt it. I have no reason to doubt Ripperger. I have carried the Scapula to Exorcisms, but I also carry other Relics and such so I have no discernment.

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      • JudyM says:

        Scapula? 🙂

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      • Linda says:

        I really like mine YongDuk.. I somehow feel very peaceful when wearing esp when I say the ave crux prayer they recommend.. I clean houses and it’s a comfort to me to be wearing it going in where there are no reminders of Christ in their houses..most of them are wonderful people but like our culture..very secular and I’m not sure they know the love Jesus had for them yet….I always pray that Jesus touch them with conversion wherever I am.. and I do the same at Walmart.. Bubbas BBQ ribs..etc..I hope that’s not too much to ask Our Dear Lord…..YD are you an exorcist like Fr Ripperger too??? Wow!!!!

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        • Okay, I got a laugh at Bubbas BBQ ribs… and a hunger pain, but even more of a laugh at “YD are you an exorcist like Fr Ripperger too??? Wow!!!!”

          No, not at all ontologically speaking 😉

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          • Linda says:

            Dearest YongDuk.. i think of you all the time…i don’t know why..HAHAHHAHAHAHA I suppose we are all spiritually connected..but i esp think of you at this present moment while Bubbas bbq ribs are painstakingly slowly digesting in my belly…ohhhhhhh they were wonderful..but how I am praying the price for eating gluten saturated foods in an extreme gluten sensitive belly..lol…we celebrated my brother-in-laws 70th birthday this day at Bubbas….Bill Montgomery is his name …if you could say a prayer for him Id be much obliged😙 God bless you YD

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        • Simone says:

          Linda, I am FAR from an expert on the mind of God, but I can only imagine we can never ask Him too much to love souls who don’t know Him or who are far from Him. I would think He begs this of us. I join my prayers with yours. Let’s storm heaven. I pray for all the students in my school, their families and friends and all whom they greet that day. 🙂

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        • drea312 says:

          Linda, have you ever “accidentally misplaced” -any miraculous medals or green scapulars at any of the homes you’re in? 🙊🙈🐵

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          • Linda says:

            Drea312 bahahahahaa.. I’ve lost a rosary bracelet.. But I think that was at Macy’s buying a dress for a wedding.. But never thought of that… Gooooooood idea😇 thank you😆

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      • Linda says:

        I could have sworn this comment said you carry it to exorcisms the last time I read it… very strange. Lol

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      • Linda says:

        Oh wait.. There it is at the bottom lol sorry for this confusion.. The satan messing with me today.. Lol

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  23. goldensun says:

    Sherpa Charlie, thanks for posting the videos. (I actually think of you as a sheepdog running along with the flock, yipping and nipping as necessary.) The talks were uplifting and always great for keeping things in their proper perspective. I mostly watch them for the extra little anecdotes not included in your writings.

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  24. Chris says:

    Such a blessing to be with ya’ll in Denver. The videos are wonderful for all of us and especially for those who can’t make it to your talks. I am listening to your Houston talk now as my husband and I are preparing to go to our first TNRS meeting in Louisiana. Spending lots of love to all here and will pray especially for all of you as we move toward the rescue together.

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  25. Craig says:

    Charlie,

    I have been curious for a while why there are significant events surrounding Colorado- I believe you are from there and you have stated there will be a massive shrine built there after the Rescue. I was just reading on some alternative new sites that there are major federal government moves taking place right now in the state and bear Denver that seem to be pointing toward a major crisis- I won’t go into details, and like I said it was an alternative site so it may be a total hoax but I was wondering if there was some connection and why such a focus on Colorado ?

    Thanks
    Craig

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    • charliej373 says:

      I live in Colorado now, but lived most of my life in the Chicago area. I don’t have any clue why Colorado. I was just directed that when I began to speak publicly on these things, it must begin from the Denver area.

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      • moreen67 says:

        That and maybe God thought you’d need a Rocky Mountain High after speaking publicly on those things. He is merciful. Ha. (I know lame joke and I think I’m the only person that liked John Denver music as a kid). Mo

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        • jlynnbyrd says:

          Jeff and I enjoy John Denver’s music. We watched a documentary on PBS which made me love him more. He stood up to the recording powers that be and denied himself “fame and fortune” by honoring his faith instead which became his cross as a result. RIP.

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          • Snowy Owl says:

            Jen, I really liked John Denver, his was my very first concert ..my 2nd and last was Neil Young and I still like him too! I guess that makes me an old hippie lol!

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        • Yes! as a child of the 70s I loved John Denver and still have his songs on my ipod and satellite radio downloads. We drive from FL to CO Rocky mts every summer…we put on “Rocky MT high” when we cross the KS/CO border when we see the long awaited sign, “welcome to colorful Colorado “😊
          When Charlie revealed about Mt Meeker …weve been there…it has an glorious base setting and broad shoulders … inviting man to reach up to God.
          JP2 has made his mark on this country during his remarkable pontificate , also a country who really doesn’t have a major Marian shrine ( yet ,a beautiful Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception!). I trust was Charlie was directed and this is why he says he obeys & ” tells us true” …we pray and hope to be a part of this realization to honor Our Lady in the shrine becoming a reality.

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  26. Cheri F says:

    Charlie, thanks for coming to Omaha. I wish I could have stayed for the question and answer part but had to be somewhere that evening. You are a very giving and kind person. Many blessings to you.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Thank you, Cheri. I really enjoyed Omaha. My main host couple have a large family – and I am always brightened up by the energy and enthusiasm of children. I had some great visits with Priests – both from Omaha and from Lincoln. I chuckled because I was competing with the Cornhuskers football game at my presentation and thought the crowd might be fairly small because of that. It was normal, 130 people, but I noted many were regularly quietly consulting their cell phones.

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      • Cheri F says:

        We’ve got some good priests and people (Matt and Amy – for sure). I have to admit I was listening to my car radio as I was driving to my next destination. We love our Huskers here. You must be good luck. We won! And my husband started listening to your Birmingham video. 🙂 :{ (the mustache man)

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