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145 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Kelly says:

    You are so right about Mark Mallett’s writing on Medjugorie! We are excited for two of our children will be going there this Sept. Hopefully we will get there too. But we have been blessed by going to Caritas in Alabama when Marija has come the past 3 years to be with her and Our Lady. That is an awesome place! To have Medjugorje come right to us in the United States is amazing!

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  2. I have tried to sign up for your emails and I have not been able to. Can you (or staff) sign me up?

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Dorothy…well, I AM the only staff. As I understand it, all you have to do is go to the upper right hand of the site and press the “Follow this blog” icon and you will be signed up to get email alerts. It does it all automatically – and I don’t know of any way to do it manually. Please let me know if that takes care of it for you. If it does not, I will call my son (or perhaps I should call him my IT Director) and see if there is another way.

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      • Lisa Vigliotta says:

        Where is your latest post? I have been hoping everything is alright. You stated you would be getting a post out after Labor Day. I’ve been checking this past week. No post. Sorry to be so impatient but you are of the few who feeds my soul and keeps me grounded.

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      • Denise says:

        Charlie, I dont know how to email you directly. Please clarify – Obama will not inaugurate Trump in January, is that because Obama is gone, but will Trump be inaugurated. He is working so hard to get the main positions properly filled. Hillary is involved with Sorros and they are planning a talke over through the Electoral college. Please please reassure us that this will not happen.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Denise, calm down. Wait and see what God is doing. Please do not panic over how things come down, but ready yourself to help participate in the Rescue. Does it matter how they come down? How would knowing it for sure help you do what you are called to? Stay steady. You are going to see fearsome things – whether they are the things of your imagination or other things? How will you be a sign of hope if you get so fearful over mere speculation? The point is NOT so you will know how it comes, but so you will live your calling well whatever comes.

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    • Germaine Wearden says:

      I was getting your blogs in my email, but haven’t received any since middle of Sept. I tried to sign up again, but I got the response “you are already signed up”. Help, please!

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  3. Mona says:

    I am one of your Danish followers and I am a Protestant. I an actually a Norwegian living in Denmark. I have wanted to write to you and thank you for your Musings and all the lovely comments. Now I have a good reason.
    Mary has called me several times over several years, and I am very attracted to her simple loving
    teaching. Last year I was in Medjogorje and I am going again in the end of September this year. I have been wondering if I should convert to the Catolic Church, but I am now an active part of our local parish and I hope it is good enough. Sometimes I doubt it, because I am reading a lot of Catolic writings like Mark Mallet and some private relevations and prophecies.
    It is difficult for me to explain Mary’s role in the Catholic Church, and my Protestant friends think her role is too big and odd. They do not know her. She is almost not present in the Protestant Church. Do you know a simple and short explanation on this subject I can use to tell my friends?
    My love to you and our internet parish. Mona

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Mona,

      Well, it sounds as if you might seriously be being called to come into the Catholic Church. I do not proselytize people usually, but it sounds like you are discerning an authentic call. If there is a Catholic Parish near you, you should call and see when their RCIA classes begin (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). RCIA is a period that usually begins in September where you can examine the doctrines of the Church, usually in weekly meetings, and decide if it is where you should be. If you decide to go forward, the process culminates at Easter, where new initiates are received into full communion. If there is not a parish near you, just find the phone number of the chancery for whichever diocese you are in and they can direct you to the program nearest you. Good luck.

      I have talked to many Protestants about Mary – but I do not have offhand a simple, short explanation on her role. Yet you have inspired me. I have put on my to-do list to write a short explanation of Mary for Protestants. Much of the resistance comes from misunderstanding. But a lot also comes from people holding fast to what they have been taught from childhood. I will do my best. Keep watching and you will see it go up sometime here.

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      • Rosalie says:

        Mona, I was brought up Protestant; converted to Catholicism in college. I think much of the Protestant resistance to Mary comes from having been told that our attitude toward her is idolatry. It’s not. Everything we (or the Bible) say about Mary points to Jesus. Why do we say she was immaculately conceived (born without original sin), or that she never sinned in her life? So she’d be a fit mother for the Son of God. Anyone tainted by sin would not be fit to be His mother. Think about how much influence a mother has over her child, and especially when He’s her ONLY one. Think about how lonely Jesus would have been as a child, if He hadn’t had someone else right there in the house with Him who was perfect, and thus could understand and mother Him better. (Of course Jesus was perfect because He IS God; Mary is a creature, MADE perfect precisely so she’d be a fit mother…) And what son doesn’t love and honor his mother, especially if she is a good mother and he is a good son? Jesus’ Church honors His mother because He is a good Son and He honors His mother — so He wants us to do so also.

        Why do we believe in the Virgin Birth? To make it really clear that Jesus’ father was God and no one else could have been. Why do we call her Mother of God? Again, that title points to the divinity of Jesus. She pointed to Him directly at the wedding at Cana: “Do whatever He tells you,” she said. She made it clear that He was the one we should follow and obey, and the Catholic Church is still doing that — anything the Bible or the Church says about Mary, if you look carefully, points to Jesus.

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  4. Kathleen Wimmer says:

    Charlie, I really miss you!! Thank you for this piece on Cardinal George, it would appear that he will leave us soon. I am so very sad about what is happening with the Prelates of our Church. It seems we have so few that are fulfilling their calling to help lead the “flock” home. I once really thought Cardinal Dolan was a good one to follow. I am so disappointed that Cardinal Burke has been somewhat marginalized by the Pope. Pray for all of us Charlie, closer to home, for Steve, he is the right man for the bench.

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  5. Vic Sharun says:

    Dear Charlie: I enjoy your blog. I have two questions ; Why is the information regarding the Storm coming from you and Mark Mallett rather than the Church. Also a couple of weeks ago you indicated that you would write about the financial collapse. Did we miss it ? God Bless you. Vic

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    • charliej373 says:

      No Vic, you didn’t miss it. When I first started this site, I was able to easily plan out what I was going to write about, as I only had about 100 readers a day. When it grew so phenomenally, that is not as easy any more. Much of what I write is driven by things that come up from readers – so I have not quite gotten the rhythm of balancing out planned posts and things that respond to what arises from readership with a much larger readership base and a robust community here. I will get it down – and I do keep a list that I routinely revisit. The monetary collapse is on that list. Please be patient with me as I learn. Readership right now is pretty consistently around 3000 per day and often spikes over 4000 – not huge, but enough to where I need to respond to concerns and needs rather than just write in a vacuum.

      As for why it comes from me and Mark, I couldn’t really say. BUT the Church’s job is to guide the faithful through whatever happens. It is common for God to send whomever He will on such matters. Why were the messages of Fatima conveyed through children rather than directly from the Church? Lourdes, Joan of Arc…the history of the faith is littered with such things. I suspect part of it is that the Church plays a role as arbiter appointed by God over what is authentic and what is not – and safeguards the deposit of faith at all times. In fact, one of the surest tests of authenticity of one who purports to be sent is their fidelity, docility and obedience to the Church.

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      • Rosalie says:

        Pretty simple: Charlie and Mark are part of the Church. What they write, if it comes from God, does come from the Church.

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      • Anna819 says:

        Charlie, I am responding to the portion of this email that refers to you readership numbers being 3000 to 4000 per day. That was back in mid September of 2014 and it is now the first of the new year. I suspect that those numbers have grown since then and I was wondering if you have given any thought to providing a way for us to meet our online spiritual friends in person? What I have been thinking of is the possibility of providing us the locations of your readership, then maybe those who would like to meet in person could pursue doing so. I don’t know if this is even something that you can do on your end, and how much work it would be. I would certainly be against anything that takes away from the mission that God has given you.

        Thank you for all that you do to help us on this spiritual journey.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Actually, Anna, coming up with ways to facilitate contact between people here is one of my priorities for the New Year. I know there is a great demand for it. All of you are a comfort to each other as well as to me – and I think it has grown large enough that there can be regional visits between you and such. I just need to figure out how to protect people’s privacy at the same time. You may not think it is a serious issue, but even right now, I have a few cyber-stalkers. Most have given it up, but there are two who are persistent and are clearly unbalanced. I have dealt with that in secular times as well, but I don’t want to get someone into a difficult position just because there ARE some strange ducks who seek out people. I am working on it.

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          • You can have a closed Facebook group that is invite only.

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          • charliej373 says:

            Thank you. I never thought of that…but that would probably be the best way.

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          • SteveBC says:

            Charlie, I’m going to put my pondering wonk hat on here and recommend that you consider dropping the idea of creating a separate website so community members can get together. First, I’m not sure just how much demand there actually is for such a website or service. However, my main concerns have to do with your ability to focus on your mission and how this community might be adversely affected by another site.

            The main thing you are all about is your mission, which is playing out here on this website. Anything that defocuses you, distracts you, or interferes with you in following your mission is not a help to you or to any of us in this community. No matter what you do to minimize the time and effort you put into a separate website such as a private Facebook page, you *will* have to spend some amount of time on it. And that time is probably not being spent on your mission.

            For this community, which thrives under your protection as the sole place where all things Charlie happen, a separate website will inevitably distract community members from your site here where your mission unfolds. People who would spend time here if this is your only site will reduce time spent here in favor of spending time there. This distracts them from contributing to this community, which is central to your mission, and takes them to a site where your participation is hoped to be minimal. Outside of your beady eyes.

            I’m sure you’ve spent a lot of time with your political clients getting them to hone their message and focus their efforts very narrowly. I recommend you consider the same advice for yourself. *If* you do anything separate from this site so community members can fraternize online or physically, it really must be so well thought out that the numerous drawbacks I am pointing to here in a narrow way don’t come back to bite you with distractions or fires to put out, and don’t interfere with promulgating your mission to everyone who is attracted to this site and your message.

            I hate to be a killjoy, and I certainly could be wrong in my concerns. Only you can truly decide. I just felt I should remind you of your focus and point out how you could become distracted from it if you don’t do this absolutely correctly. It will be easy to make a mistake or miss recognizing all the potential negative consequences beforehand. And the consequence of *that* could significantly diminish your ability to carry out your mission.

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          • charliej373 says:

            I did not explain the genesis of my thought fully, Steve. I would not host or do that myself, but would have to invite someone else to host and oversee it. Linda Summerfield, a reader here, at her own initiative, started an index of my posts on her Blessed Hope Forum. I glance at it from time to time, but have no part in its upkeep. It is a valuable resource for me to send people to sometimes.

            My purpose here is to help form communities of people who build each other hope and offer each other hope. I think readers here want and need more of that. I know that I can not be a significant part of that and keep focused on what I do. But the consistent point of my message has been that God is close to YOU, not just to me. I am right here if people need a little bolstering, but it seems to me that if I get them to find hope through each other it is accomplishing God’s Will far more effectively if they simply relied on me as some sort of guru.

            You are very perceptive in noting that I often steered clients away from “mission creep” and emphasized message discipline. I appreciate your thoughts on it, particularly as I had not explained where my mind was headed. But I try to be as rigorous with myself on those two principles as I always was with my clients. And if a whole network of communities sprung up that were focused on acknowledging God, taking the next right step aqnd being a sign of hope to those around them, I expect God would tell me well done whether or not they paid much attention to me after getting going.

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          • SteveBC says:

            You have solidly answered my concerns, Charlie. Thank you for taking the time. I see now how you would be (not) handling it, and how such spinoffs can help rather than harm your mission. I will be interested to see what you can get going on this matter and will not worry any further. 🙂

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          • charliej373 says:

            When I first came to Colorado to begin the work a year and a half ago, Steve, I started making plans for a broad ministry – mainly because I did not know what to do…but I had to take the next right step as best I could and so tried to form it like the political campaigns I was so familiar with. After a few months, the Lord let me know I was to lead no ministry…rather, I was to be a fire to spark a thousand ministries led by others. I was relieved because it has to be to the whole world…and to release the fidelity and creative genius of thousands who will work directly in fidelity to Christ seems a way that is more geared to the magnitude of what we face. And there is other work that I must do later that just did not seem compatible with such a ministry in the time demanded.

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          • SteveBC says:

            Now that’s an image I totally “get”. When I look at what is to come, and at how it must all be rebuilt from the bottom up by thousands or even millions of small groups and villages and towns and other local efforts all over the world, that fits your image here and your intent. I can see that Jesus has helped you get in tune with the needs of our time. And now even I am a little bit more in tune with the time, thanks to your image.

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          • YongDuk says:

            I have never heard the term “mission creep” before yesterday and yet here I stumbled on it today yet again…

            Scratching my head as to what it means and why I read it twice. (That’s usually Providence in my life.)

            Definitely doesn’t regard the Horn of Africa or my hair extensions (Ez 8:3), and I am trying to remain “a man of mystery” due to obvious Ecclesiastical reasons, Charlie/Steve, anything?

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          • charliej373 says:

            Mission creep is a term originally used in military situations, but has been expropriated for use in others. It is simply the expansion and shifting of priorities in a project, often leading to an unplanned long-term commitment…and often causes the original goal to be lost sight of.

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  6. Marki says:

    Charlie, your blog gives me and my husband a lot of hope and we have had many “oh, Ok, that makes sense” moments. What I struggle with is faith. I don’t understand why I need it sometimes. Like if God is God, even if I have no faith left in that situation, shouldn’t He do anyways what He said He would even if I don’t believe He will. Why is my faith so important? Did some things actually not work out because of me, because I was like the apostle sinking in the water? Does that really happen? Maybe I’m not using the right word. I like the word is faith. Anyways, thanks Charlie.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Think about the man with the withered hand who came to Jesus for healing. (Mark 3:1-5). Jesus told him to “stretch out your hand.”

      Now we both know that Jesus needed only to think it for the man to be healed. It must have been painful for the man to stretch out his hand. The Lord gives us free will – and respects it. But most times He does not want to give us a monologue, He wants us to enter into dialogue with Him. Otherwise we treat Him as a servant – or as if He is on trial and we are His judge. If you want to interact with Christ, for it to be fully fruitful, He insists you stretch out your hand in faith.

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    • SteveBC says:

      Marki, let me also take a shot at this. And Charlie, correct me on anything you want to. This seems a very important issue.

      As Charlie has mentioned for himself in some of his posts and as has been true for me oftentimes, Person A (I, for example) can really want to help Person B. However, if I give that help without being asked, I can actually damage Person B’s exercise of free will or his/her spiritual lessons.

      After many *very* hard lessons about intruding without being asked, I am so much more cautious now in offering advice without some form of permission being given to me first. And when I ask for help myself, I work it through inside me first and then state my “Yes” as clearly as I can, partly for God (or whoever I am asking for help) but mainly so that *I* know I am sure about saying “Yes” in the first place, that I myself truly am ready to be helped.

      Free will is perhaps the greatest gift your soul can give you, and it is clear that God takes a person’s free will *extremely* seriously. You could say He holds it sacred.

      When you stretch out your hand to God in faith, you give Him permission to come into your life. It’s a definitive act, and no doubt remains. You are open to be helped, and He is permitted to help. Your “Yes” isn’t just a minor part of this but the crucial requirement to set it all in motion.

      Faith that God will do what is best for you no matter how it *appears* to you in outcome is part of that “Yes” but less as a trigger and more in opening up all the options for help that God can give you. The more faith you have, the fewer restrictions you will find yourself putting on how God can answer.

      You may not be able to see until (much) later or even after death that He indeed gave you the best answer you allowed him to, but He will *always* do exactly that.

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  7. Marki says:

    Thanks for your take on it! Here is an example. If a baby is born and is ill and we pray for God to restore the baby, to bring healing. And we believe in faith that God will. And the baby dies. God ultimately did what He felt best, or maybe there was something generational going on etc. and in the end, due to some one’s free will, God did not heal the baby etc…who knows what the reason was, only God knows. But what happens to my prayers? What I commanding God around like Charlie said? Or is my faith wrong. Should I have prayed Lord, heal this baby please and if not, I I trust in your ultimate will for us. Because then the next time when something happens, you second guess- everyone says, believe, believe, and you feel like well I believed the last time and God just let it turn out a certain way anyways. Why should I petition? I am not trying to be a pessimist or bitter or anything, I am just trying to understand this in my head. How am I relating to God, how can I do this better? If I knew the mind and heart of Christ, I could unite myself to that. Sometimes we are so involved or so concentrated, we can’t. We try to be open. Then the next time, we don’t feel like being too open or praying so much etc because took it in a totally different direction and I feel like God is God, He is going to do what he wants anyways. Or as hard as it is, you just try again and pray and believe and ask for help again? What am I missing? Thanks guys!

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    • Marki says:

      I agree with you SteveBC when you say, we may not know or understand until we finally meet the Lord, I get that. Thanks

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Marki. I have only recently seen you start commenting, so you may be new here. I want to first direct you to The Prayer of Miraculous Trust. In that, I address how we should make prayers of petition that don’t involve the will. Ask what we want, knowing that what we want may not be God’s will for us, then trust Him and abandon ourselves to Him, accepting what He sends.

      We don’t see the universe and how the most are saved. What if a person is in his last state of grace and God plucks him from this life that he may be saved for eternity? Some would insist on the physical healing that, if given, would allow him to fall out of that state of grace and so lose eternity. Please – do not think that is what I say about all such cases: I am just giving a single example to illustrate my point that we don’t know what is best. God does.

      The prayer I gave you does, indeed, provide first for you to petition God – then to trust and accept His will, knowing it may be different from yours. All too often, people treat God as if He were a genie and that if we could just find the right magic words in prayer it would bind Him to our will. But the purpose of prayer is to bind us to God’s will, which though often mysterious to us, is for our eternal good.

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    • nance says:

      When God takes that baby to Heaven, don’t you think he/she is healed. Best healing in the world, I think. God always answers prayers, just not usually in the way we were thinking.
      However, that said, I do understand how hard it is to lose someone dear.

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  8. Marki says:

    Thank you Charlie, It is what I need! God Bless you and thanks for your patience!

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  9. Kent says:

    Hey Charlie
    Still driving truck in the ND oil patch. Took a mini retreat day today. Very tired. Anyways I was reading some of the messages from http://www.locutions.org/ and continue to think they are very good. If not already aware enjoy.

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    • Kelly says:

      I wholeheartedly agree with you Kent! I find them to be fascinating and quite comforting at times along with Charlie’s posts and Mark Mallett’s. I am very thankful for all these folks and what they are relaying to us. May God bless them all.

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  10. Genevieve says:

    Hi Charlie, would you be able to recommend a book that I could give fallen away members of my family that would possibly re-ignite their faith? I pray for them and their children and now grandchildren too because they are not practicing their faith.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Christianity has been so besmirched by confusion and misunderstanding – many people are not actually alienated from Christianity, but from the false face of it some opponents (and some adherents) have shown. The best book, powerfully and simply written, I have ever read to re-introduce people to the fundamentals of what Christianity really is and really is not is C.S. Lewis “Mere Christianity.” It is a great place to start – and effectively clears away a lot of the rubbish that has attached itself to the popular image of Christianity.

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  11. clara says:

    Please add me to your list

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Clara…I cannot manually add you to the subscription list. To subscribe, you need to go to the top right of the site’s home page, enter your email address, and click the “Subscribe” button.

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  12. paula says:

    i need prayer for the healing of my.kidneys and healing from.anxiety for my whole family

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  13. Kent4 says:

    There is a website thingy called meet up. Might help if someone wanted to take it on.

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  14. Renee Szablewski says:

    I have shared Joe Cronin’s story with Bobby Schindler brother to high profile case Terri Schiavo.Is there a facebook support page for Joe to make his story go viral?
    Praying

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Renee…there is not one yet that I know of. If someone wants to start one, let me know. I am kind of handling all I can right now, but I sure would be willing to give some direction to someone else who wanted to do that.

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  15. Mona says:

    I have got a new e-mail adress. Is that a problem when posting to you?
    Mona

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  16. Mona says:

    My dear Charlie!
    I love your postings and all the commenters. I feel I know you, love your different personalitys and skills, I can feel your prayers, and I am learning so much. I feel we are family. I pray for you too. I hope it will be possible for me to come to one of your meetings in USA or Canada, even thou when you travle fom Dermmark to US, you used to stay more than a cople of days.
    Charlie – I want to in an private E-mail ask you a privte question. How do I send you a private mail?
    Love Mona

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  17. christiaria says:

    Charlie, we would welcome you here in Covington/Mandeville/Madisonville, LA! I would be happy to cover your expenses and/or to welcome you to our home. Please let me know.

    On another note, I am discerning whether or not to home-school for the 2015-16 school year, which I have done for the last year-and-a-half. I know these choices need to be discerned personally, but I was leaning towards putting my daughter (an only child) back in school so that she could be with other kids. Now I’m thinking it might be better to plan on home-schooling so that we can keep to some kind of normalcy and schedule without government interference or danger in the coming chaos. Your thoughts?

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  18. Brenda says:

    You wouldn’t have to have a website..but I would be interested if you have like minded people in my town of Ocala Fl because I would love the support or somewhere close to it..Blessings

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    • charliej373 says:

      I love Ocala. When I was 19 I was there at the great state park with the deep clear spring in it. I tried to swim to the bottom of it, but I was not that hardy in those days. If I was there now, I would be glad to watch someone else give it a go while I sipped a refreshing mint julep in an easy chair beside it. I have wonderful memories of your town. I would suggest you contact johnbailey11@comcast.net. He was the coordinator of the southern Florida visit and has contact info on many of the people who were there. Also, try going to the Next Right Step private forum. You will have to register…but there you can contact people all around the country and the world once you are registered and approved. (I do not run that forum – and seldom visit it. I said when Tom Kuipers set it up that that would be a place where all of you wanted could chat without me looking over your shoulder.)

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  19. Cathy DeCrane says:

    Thank you for your writings. They have been so helpful to me in living my life in these times. I try to use your little motto “acknowledge God, take the next the next right step, and be a sign of hope for others. I feel like this is a little community urging us on at this time in history. Thank you. I am also writing to ask for help in receiving your emails. I was receiving them and then they just stopped. I entered an alternate email, and it is not being delivered there either. Thank you fo for your help with this matter.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Sorry Cathy, that isw a glitch in WordPress that I have no control over. I recommend people who want to check the site regularly to bookmark it on their browser so you can easily check in at any time.

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    • SteveBC says:

      Cathy, there are a couple things you can do. They work pretty well for me.

      First, this blog page *should* have a black ribbon just above the top of Charlie’s page. On the left it starts with “W My Sites”, then “Reader” and then should say something like “Follow”. Click on Follow, and when you take your cursor away, it should say, “Following.”

      This should tell the WordPress software to send you an email with every future blog post Charlie publishes.

      Second, you should be able to get the comments for a post by commenting on that post as you have done here and before hitting the “Post Comment” button, look to its left and check the checkbox that is titled “Notify me of new comments via email.” Of course you can’t check that box unless you post a comment. If you do comment, however, this will help you get via email any responses that may be posted addressing your comment.

      That should help, but it isn’t perfect. Perhaps others with better knowledge can teach us both how to do it correctly. 🙂

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      • Petra says:

        Cathy,
        To add to what SteveBC said, and to go further:
        – Assuming you have the black “ribbon” across the top of the page for WordPress, and you see the words *My Site* *Reader* *Following* and *Like* you can click on the word *Reader*
        – You should then see a new page with the word *Following* in a blue box, with a kind of star like gear symbol on the right. Click on the gear like symbol.
        – You should then see a new page with the word *Following* to the left and checked. It should also say *Edit Blogs I Follow* at the middle top of the page. Below that you should see a list including *The Next Right Step* in blue letters. Just under that it may say *You get no post and no comment emails for this blog* in grey, and then in tiny blue letters right next to that the word *Edit* Click on the word *Edit*
        – A box will open and you will see *Send new posts by email* and you can select the option you want. Next to it it says *Send new comments by email* This is where you select comments to come to your email. On the right side of the box is the word *Close* Click on that and you are done! You can leave WordPress and comments should begin coming to your email inbox.
        Hope this helps.

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  20. Tony says:

    Hello. Fyi, I was listening to Catholic Answers Live program on EWTN today and a caller asked the hosts about you and your prophecies, and the host (a priest) answered he had “heard of you” and that it was highly recommended that “they pay not any attention to you.”

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    • charliej373 says:

      Tony, there are people on EWTN who have made a point of recommending that I am worthy of consideration. There are a few (none from EWTN that I know of – but I don’t watch everything there) that criticize, and even attack me. I over-reacted last week when some fellow who I thought should have known better and had more integrity made a bunch of stuff up to attack me on, almost all of which were complete fabrications. These things must come, too. Some very substantial people have said I am worthy of hearing…a few have attacked. I expect there to be more of it all, not less – and it will be a distraction if I start to react to every critical word that is said about me, for there will be plenty. So if you want to know what to think, read the website and decide for yourself. If you depend on others recommendations, listen to a variety of those of substance who comment on it. But I am about to put a moratorium on me responding to such things at all.

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    • Christiaria says:

      Tony, I know a lot of people at EWTN. Let’s just say that some are more comfortable with discerned private revelation than others. Many people are uncomfortable–both by virtue of temperament and as a result of experience with persuasive frauds–with the mystical, extraordinary way that God chooses on occasion to communicate with his people. The good folks at EWTN are not the Magesterium, just people doing the best they can with the limitations we all have.

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  21. Frank says:

    Priests on Catholic Answers Live radio program say your prophecies are false. So why don’t you call their live show and stand up for yourself and your cause? You owe that to your readers who are confused by all this. They alluded to the question of “what are you going to do when it’s Dec 21, 2017 and nothing has happened like you predicted?”

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    • charliej373 says:

      I am not at all interested in such disputes. My work is to give heart to those who will hear. I have been meeting with many substantial authorities and will meet with more. Most welcome me as a fellow worker in the vineyard, a few criticize me. If I get caught up in such controversies, it takes away from the time I have to do my actual work. There are some of good will who criticize me, though usually they work with what others have said about me rather than what I actually say. A few have criticized me on honest grounds. Each person must discern for themselves. I take guidance from those who have authority over me and that is sufficient.

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    • Beckita says:

      Respectfully, Frank, I’m a reader who is not confused by Charlie’s message. To me it is clear and consistent. From what I have observed in reading the archived posts and accompanying comments (PHEW! It’s been a busy summer!), in my opinion, I asses the vast majority who post here with questions are not so much confused as seeking deeper understanding.

      Of course, I’m not a mind reader but I also sense many who are here have been reading and/or discerning the prolific amount of purported messages from Heaven in this Age of Mary. I see both the fully approved-by-the-Church messages as well as some not yet formally investigated integrating well with Charlie’s mission in addition to the limited number of his shared prophetic messages. Personally, I believe God intentionally saved Charlie for this specific time, the very last leg of preparation as the Storm intensifies.

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      • LukeMichael says:

        Since coming back to the Church in 1988 or so I have gratefully followed the Blessed Mother notwithstanding a period where I have prayed “not you but your son, my Lord!

        I have no doubt that she has trained me and taught me during that time. I could give you a reading list that is remarkable and not possibly accidental.

        I have 4 children who worry me but I have come to accept that “all anxiety comes from the satan” and my duty is to pray for them and she will take care of the rest.

        I have great trust in the sainthood of Faustina Kowalska and believe truly that “the Illumination” is an event that will occur for all of us either suddenly,shockingly or over a period of time. I have prayed for a slow revelation and I have to say my last three years or so have been rough! Still, the big shock may come for all. I’m ok with that.

        The prayer of miraculous trust has been a great help to me and I thank Charlie for it! It has given me peace of mind!

        Given the likelihood of the Illumination, I have great faith that many cardinals, bishops, and lay people will see their shortcomings and return to the Lord. I think my children may be in that place and I am excited to help them when they are ready to come home. The crisis in the Church is real and serious but many will see and come home!

        So in this time of testing, let us pray for the Church, for her enemies and for all who have abandoned God. They cannot succeed and they need his mercy!

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    • Steve says:

      Frank, in seeing this, I think of Jesus during his time in human form. The Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) are FULL of people that questioned Jesus’ authority. Many times the Pharisees and Sanhedrin accused him and declared him as fake. Christ almost NEVER “stood up” for himself. Even when the Chief Priests and elders accused him, Jesus did not respond to them. Christ knew that answering accusations does nothing to further the faith and, in fact, only offers more distraction. In other words, He followed His Father, delivered the message He was charged with delivering, and lived his Life as an example of the faith. By not responding to these distractions, Charlie is following the example of Jesus Christ. Charlie is charged with delivering a message, not with taking away other people’s free will. People who read Charlie’s message must discern for themselves and make their own choice. I, for one, believe in Charlie’s message and I won’t be dissuaded no matter how many “authoritative” figures discredit it.

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  22. Terry says:

    Major earthquake and fire storms
    Look at this could cover in Coasta Rica.

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    • Beckita says:

      Stunning!
      “‘In the last days, God says,
      I will pour out my Spirit on all people.
      Your sons and daughters will prophesy,
      your young men will see visions,
      your old men will dream dreams.
      18
      Even on my servants, both men and women,
      I will pour out my Spirit in those days,
      and they will prophesy.
      19
      I will show wonders in the heavens above
      and signs on the earth below,
      blood and fire and billows of smoke.
      20
      The sun will be turned to darkness
      and the moon to blood
      before the coming of the great and glorious day of the Lord.
      21
      And everyone who calls
      on the name of the Lord will be saved.’ (Acts 2:17-21)

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  23. KimS1111 says:

    I recently posted in prayer requests and checked the box to be notified of new messages. But now my inbox is flooded receiving notification for everything being posted under prayer requests.
    Can you please talk me how to turn off the notifications?

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    • charliej373 says:

      Someone else will have to tell you. The screen you see and the one I see are somewhat different.

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    • SteveBC says:

      KimS1111, love the name and the gravatar. 🙂

      In the FAQs section at the top of this page, you will see a FAQ titled “A guide to help you sign up to get notified when Charlie publishes a new post or to have new comments emailed to you.” This will also tell you how to unsubscribe from following Charlie’s site and how to choose to stay subscribed but not get comment emails any more. Read that and see if that gets things straightened out.

      I’m going to add a note pointing this out.

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      • KimS1111 says:

        Thank you Steve but I didn’t have any luck. I use Chrome and sometimes different browsers work a little different than others. It may turn out to be a good thing that I am notified of prayer request. lol but if you can find a way to adjust it, I would appreciate it.

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        • SteveBC says:

          KimS1111: It occurs to me that you may not have a WordPress.com account. In this matter browser type really should not matter at all. If you did not have an account, checking that box with your email address provided with your comment would cause this behavior.

          It’s possible (indeed likely) that you could set up a WordPress.com account using the FAQ I pointed you to. By using the same email address, you might gain control over your notification preferences and be able to turn this behavior off.

          The last resort if you don’t want to get any email notifications from Charlie’s site is to set up a Rule in your email program to shift all such emails (and no other emails) directly to the Trash or to another folder/box in your email program, so they no longer clutter your email program’s Inbox. If you don’t know how to do this, ask a local tech-teen. 🙂

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    • Petra says:

      KimS1111: If you look at your email and open one of the messages, at the bottom of some of the comments in the “batch” (you know, it batches multiple comments in one email) you’ll see the following message:

      “Want less email? Unsubscribe from all follow-up comments or modify your Subscription Options.” I suspect if you use the Unsubscribe option it will stop sending you emails.

      If this works, (or even if it doesn’t) please let us know since SteveBC is trying to create FAQ’s.
      Thanks, and God bless.

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      • SteveBC says:

        Petra, I’m kicking myself for missing the obvious for the complex. Yes, looking for and clicking on the unsubscribe button should do the trick. Thanks for helping Kim. 🙂

        I’ve saved your text and made a note to see if I can revise the FAQ with your material.

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  24. kent4jmj says:

    Someone asked about mission creep.
    Mission creep is the expansion of a project or mission beyond its original goals, often after initial successes.[1] Mission creep is usually considered undesirable due to the dangerous path of each success breeding more ambitious attempts, only stopping when a final, often catastrophic, failure occurs.

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  25. Elaina says:

    Charlie – how is your prophecy related to the secrets given to the visionaries of Medjugorje? According to them, the announcement of before the great miracle of conscience awakening will be announced by a chosen priest a week before with his prayer and fasting and events will proceed after this. I thought they were supposed to be secrets but according to your prophecies the secrets have already been revealed – I was in Medjugorje for Easter 1990 and had some miraculous revelations so I am confused about your revelations and how they can be related to secrets of Medjugorje that haven’t yet been revealed.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I have great respect for Medjugorje, but I have no connection to them. I have my job, they have theirs. If you think you must reject me in order to accept them, that is okay by me. If you seek a concordance from me with what I am given to say with anyone else, you won’t get it from me. Tending to the work given to me is all I can handle. Either it is useful or not, but you must take it on its own terms.

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    • Beckita says:

      Elaina, I too have made pilgrimage to Medjugorje and believe Our Lady is truly there as well as speaking to us through additional message bearers. Through Charlie’s mentoring I have embraced, in greater depths, the reality that our God’s thoughts are so far above our own and throughout salvation history we sweet, well-meaning knuckleheads claimed by Him as His beloved children, are known for not getting it right when He conveys His authentic messages to us, even when they come from our very Redeemer’s Own Mouth.

      Here’s a great place to start to gain new perspectives on prophecy:
      https://charliej373.wordpress.com/2016/01/08/through-a-glass-darkly/
      It’s also a worthy use of time to go to the “categories” search bar at the right of this page and clickon “prophecy.” God bless you.

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    • Dear Elaina,

      I’m not sure if you’re new here (and forgive me for butting in), but I just wanted to share a few thoughts. I can understand your question. I was also fortunate enough to visit Medjugorje in 2013 and believe something magnificent is happening there. My brother-in-law was actually called to the priesthood after his pilgrimage there. So, judging by the fruits, I’m a believer.

      Shortly after returning from my trip, I stumbled upon this site. Initially, I found myself acting like a detective. I wanted to fit all the pieces together like a puzzle and figure out the timeline. “If Charlie says this, and Medjugorje says that, and Garabandal says something else – how can “I” make it all tie together?” Well, you know what I figured out? … I can’t.

      Then finally – Finally! After falling in love with Charlie’s simple message – and all the faithful, humble, witty, feisty and fabulous people here – I realized the “timeline” doesn’t matter at all. There is nothing to figure out. No need to be a detective. Just Trust–Do–Love every day! Love well and be a sign of hope. Be a Light in the darkness.

      As Charlie says, “All else is detail.”🙂

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  26. Kevin says:

    Hello Charlie
    I’d be curious as to your thoughts on pole shifting and rising sea levels as a result of this. I’ve come across a YouTube video from an insider who indicates the govts of the world know of this pole shift coming or at least starting in 2016. This coincides with the 3rd Fatima secret that is , St John Paul II comment on it. I’ve attached the two links. Wondering what your thoughts are on this since this seems a real possibility and to occur shortly?

    http://beforeitsnews.com/prophecy/2014/06/third-secret-of-fatima-prophecy-of-a-pole-shift-2462116.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Kevin, I pay no attention to it whatsoever. If it should happen, what could anyone do to stop it? If it does not happen, how to recover the wasted time worrying about it? I was a working reporter and editor from my 20s…and have spent a lifetime being sent pseudo-scientific and pseudo-historical stuff like this. I dismissed it all. Now, sometime I may have dismissed something that, weird though it was, may have had some real steadiness behind it. But I have no interest in things that we literally can’t do anything about. They are just a distraction (and often, I think, a clever satanic distraction) away from what we can and should do, which is acknowledge God, take the next right step and be a sign of hope. Now, if some disaster from without happens, if it destroys us all, I can’t do anything about it, so why worry? If it destroys some of us, I won’t be able to help by wringing my hands or gawking like a driver passing a car accident. Acknowledge God, take the next right step and be a sign of hope is the right answer whatever the question.

      I have seen nothing in any of this to suggest it is anything but sensationalist speculation. That there is – and long has been a certain migration of the magnetic poles, is largely what causes some to suspect that sometime there will be a catastrophic and complete shift. Whether it is or isn’t true, I just don’t see it as my concern. It is either in the “these things must come” category or the more popular chicken-little “the sky is falling” category. Either way, it is outside my portfolio.

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  27. Nance says:

    Hey y’all,

    Halfpint in half way to a safe place while she figures out what all this means. Meanwhile, there is a Storm of a Flood between her and the safe place. Keep praying for her safe trip.

    Meanwhile I was in a wreck last Monday. Am fine, just had to replace the car, but did wonder. Will this Storm truly be global, or is it a very real storm, but for each of us? BTW, God DOES keep his promises. neither Halfpint nor I was hurt, physically, in the least.

    And all shall be well.

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  28. Joan says:

    I read the article by Dan Lynch and clicked on the link that took me to his website. I’ve learned to go cautiously into the water in case there is an unseen drop off when it comes to spiritual matters. I wanted to investigate Dan further than to just take him and what he says on face value. It brought me to this website which concerns me. Could you comment on what this person has to say about Dan? Thanks

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    • charliej373 says:

      Joan, everything from Catholic Planet and Ron Conte is banned here. Here is the reason why:

      Let me be even more clear about Ronald Conte Jr. When first directed to him some time ago, I thought it was a reasonably credible source. He claimed to be a theologian. I was taken aback when he declared Mark Mallett to be false – by saying something Mark had never said or maintained. My suspicions went up. Then he listed me…and found me to be false by discrediting something I have never come close to saying. I certainly have legitimate critics, but I found it striking that a theologian should do such sloppy, slap-dash work. So I dug a little deeper.

      I won’t bother discrediting Conte with my arguments. I will let him speak for himself. First, his credentials as a theologian from his WordPress accounthttps://ronconte.wordpress.com/my-credentials-as-a-roman-catholic-theologian/. There is no advanced study there, he is not under supervision by anyone. He is a theologian because…he says he is one…and according to him, he don’t need no stinking credentials.

      Then I went further. He claims to be a “true prophet” who takes seriously the business of discrediting false prophets. Here is a page from his websitehttp://www.catholicplanet.com/articles/article110.htm, Catholic Planet, outlining his prophecies from 2005. He is wrong on just about everything. I captured a screenshot of this, lest he gets smart enough to remove the evidence.

      Ron Conte is not a real theologian. He is a moonbat with a website. And he is not to be used here again to smear any of the serious people who are trying, in their little ways, to advance the faith rather than satirize it.

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  29. mozwater says:

    I did not look around so maybe it is already on the site… do you have scans of your writings available on this site ? if not, why not ? for instance — its great that you can look back on your archive of writings and see that way back you gave a certain date of something that has come to pass but we cannot see that same historical text. Wouldn’t it lend credibility to your prophetic messages yet to come to pass

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  30. Jo says:

    How do you send a private prayer request?

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  31. Michael Joyce says:

    Hello Charlie.
    For the past couple of weeks, I have felt a prompting to send to you a word that I felt came from the Lord almost 2 years ago. Actually I was driving my vehicle at the time and I had a sense that a word was coming and my response was “Really? Now?” I pulled over to the side of the road and wrote down the words below. If you feel it appropriate or beneficial for your readers, please feel free to post the following. I honestly cannot remember if I have already sent this to you. Please forgive the punctuation errors.

    “My children, be vigilant; be steadfast in seeking My will. The days are not far off when you would be overwhelmed if you were not to seek My will. The need for My Spirit will be great. The suffering will be intense…more than you can imagine. Unless My Spirit guides you, you will not know in which direction you are to turn for the entire world will be in need. I will send you where others would not dare to go, but you will go joyfully with the anointing of My very Self. Thus others will know that I have sent you. Begin now to sacrifice yourselves to My will. I count on your obedience. Place yourselves constantly under the Mantle of My Immaculate Mother. Nourish yourselves with My sacraments; My Spirit will meet you there. I go before you. Follow Me for the harvest is ripe and the need for My Mercy is intense. I am yours totally. I ask you to be Mine totally.
    Your Jesus Received on Tuesday June 24, 2014 at 1pm EDT
    Michael Joyce

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  32. Doug James says:

    Up until 9-11, I considered Islam one of the three great monotheistic religions. It was not the actions of the terrorists that roused my suspicions, but the silence or obfuscation of the rest of Islam on the matter. If a group of Catholics had done that, I knew my Church would immediately rise in righteous anger to denounce the terrorists, to condemn them and proclaim excommunication on any who adopted such poisonous doctrines contrary to the faith. That did not happen with Islam. About the best they could muster was the “street-gang” defense: “It wasn’t us.” – denying personal responsibility while remaining ambivalent – and often excusing – the act.

    Having researched this, and listened to ex pilots, NYC Firemen, military, engineers, architects and simply viewed the photo of the jet before it hits the S Tower, you can clearly see it’s grey/black in color and not a commercial airliner, also obvious now is a pod under the fuselage, that is very noticeable. That picture was on all the major magazines of newspapers. Also, we were told all transponders were turned off, yet that makes it impossible to fly the plane unless you look out the window. Charlie, love the information, but do you still think 19 with box knifes did this? we created the perpetual enemy that day, and passed legislation attacking our civil rights, the right to due process etc..

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    • charliej373 says:

      Back in the mid-part of the last decade, I took the time to look through a whole bunch of the conspiracy theories concerning that. EVERY ONE of them fell to pieces with just a little examination. Please do not get caught up with over-heated nonsense that troubled people try to peddle or doctor up photos.

      We KNOW what planes hit the buildings. We KNOW that Osama bin-Laden took credit for it immediately afterward. I am not given to conspiracy theories – and you have to have credible evidence, not breathless distortions claiming the “inside” story. Simply google pictures from the actual day to dismiss this stuff. Back in the day, Kennedy conspiracists doctored raw footage of the assassination to try to make it look like the kill shot came from the front…until forensic evidence decisively proved it came from the back. I weary of people trying to peddle conspiracies out of straight forward attacks. And it is absurd to maintain some mastermind in the government plotted all this – and they were so dull-witted as to paint the actual plane to look less like a commercial airliner and more like what would satisfy a conspiracists imagination. Oh…and just to make it better, let’s put a scary “pod” outside the plane to make it even more obvious. You can’t have it both ways…masterminds and the clumsy Dr. Evil all at the same time. As far as looking out the windows…that is exactly what every credible report said they did. They flew to where they could navigate visually and then turned the transponders off so they could see but not be easily located.

      The only conspiracy angle that I have ever seen that is even remotely plausible under examination is that some Saudi officials knew ahead of time. And if you think that Islam was NOT our enemy until after that day, you really know nothing of the toxic history there. You seem well-meaning enough that I let this through – even though I have little taste for overheated conspiracy theories that seek to somehow make it all America’s fault whenever we are attacked. The one area where I will agree with you is that the laws passed in reasonable reaction to that event should have been scaled back and refined so as not to unduly depress civil liberties.

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  33. Doug James says:

    Hi Charlie, I love your website, but I can’t agree with you on this event, http://www.militaryofficersfor911truth.org there are similar sites for Pilots, Firemen, Engineers, it’s simply not possible for a modern steel bldg. to succumb to a jet fuel fire and then collapse perfectly straight down, each main tower had 47 interior main steel support columns, they offered no resistance. No F16s were ever launched, stand down order by Cheney has come out. No pictures of plane hitting pentagon, cnn reporter confirmed on live tv that day, no plane, just a round hole in side of bldg., like a missile. Of course, inexperienced pilots could not have made that maneuver anyway, they would have just hit pentagon from above, area hit was a cafeteria, military command was on other side. NYC firemen video on utube, that day, they stated hearing bombs and seeing a grey/black plane hit S tower, as did citizens on the street. Charlie, it was all done to create an enemy and justify invading Iraq and Afghanistan, an enemy we can never defeat.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Doug, you start with the most common and obvious error used in the earliest conspiracy theories: confusing burning temperature with ignition temperature. It does not matter how hot jet fuel burns, so long as it is hot enough to ignite other substances that burn hotter. Some substances ignite at very low temperatures and burn very hot. With enough manganese and magnesium, I could collapse the towers with nothing but a match to start it. These sites say “military officers for…” in order to give their nonsense some credence. Most are run by fevered folks with no actual investigative judgment or technical training – and they reveal it by making such silly errors right up front. For most of it, you need little more than junior high science to refute it. The rest, they just make up as they go along.

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      • CrewDog says:

        It is still hard to believe that there are Folks “Out-There” who believe, after 15 years, that George Bush, Karl Rove & Evil Pals orchestrated 9/11 to involve US in a ME War. Did Bush & Co. plan the 1st unsuccessful WTC Attack in 1993 when Slick-Willie, AKA: Billary, was Prez? …. Eh!!?? WTFU!! We are the Great Satan and Israel is the little satan in the eyes of the Muslim World. They want US dead … Period!! No amount of Religion of Peace PC-BS vomiting out of the mouths of Democrats desperate for any fringe voters this November will change that!!
        Oh! BTW!! No building is designed to absorb the impact of a 300,000# airplane, full of fuel & doing 350+ KTAS! Got It!!??

        GOD SAVE ALL HERE!!

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      • Sean Sullivan says:

        This video is a demonstration of heated structural steel versus an anvil. The metal worker speaks directly toward Charlies point disproving the numerous conspiracy theories about exotic materials within the towers.

        I am speaking as someone who did in fact respond to the wtc. I heared the radio traffic, spoke with colleagues who saw the change in smoke color delignating that the structural steel was burning etc. It is time to put these conspiracy theories to bed and center ourselves toward God, loving our neighbor and continuous prayer, using words if necessary.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Thank you, Sean. There is a peculiar enthusiasm for vast conspiracy theories among some otherwise perfectly rational people. Disprove one element, and they immediately pop up with other “documents” and such…all as off as the first. You start disproving each and you go down a never-ending rabbit hole. It worries me now because I fear some are retreating to such things both to avoid taking responsibility for themselves before God and because it is so much more exciting to believe vast shadowy forces we cannot control are what ail us.

          Thank you for your service at the wtc during crisis – and for your straightforward faith.

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  34. Bob says:

    Well let’s see a documentary I saw on how the towers fell was simply the shock of the impact knocked enough of the fire retardant off the steel beams and over 30 minutes or so the heat of the jet fuel and buildings burning, remember the jet tanks were full, weakened the steel beams enough that they bent and led to the buildings collapsing. That simple. Steel weakens in heat before it melts.

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  35. richie says:

    charlie i think you need to focus on turkey a bit. I think that the wound of the beast is referring to the coup in turkey which has healed. so all eyes on turkey.

    Please ask team members to keep praying for me and my family to help us pass the storm of debt.
    God bless!

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  36. Al says:

    Shouldn’t prophecies be correct 100% of the time? Are you now walking back your earlier predictions that there would be no presidential election this year by recently stating ” I have often said there will be no presidential election this year. Actually, there are some narrow circumstances in which there could be….” ?? – Whaaa?? Funny! The next thing you know, you’ll be saying that the president sworn in Jan 2017 is not a “stable” leader in your opinion, and therefore not a valid election., lol…. Good luck…

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    • charliej373 says:

      No Al, I told you what was specifically said.

      And on another aspect, no, prophecies are rarely correct 100% of the time. That is a standard that some who think they are smart just made up. If you read the Old Testament Prophets, then actually put a timeline up checking it, you will find most of them were off on the times involved fairly frequently. They were always right on the sweep of things, but often off somewhat on some details.

      But aren’t you the clever one? While many new readers are coming on because of the verisimilitude of what I have been saying all along, you are trying to discredit what you think I might do. As if that hasn’t been done a hundred times already. The Storm advances whether you occupy yourself with acknowledging God, taking the next right step and being a sign of hope or with sneering. And last January – when I wrote this column you reference – is not all that recently.

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    • Joe says:

      Al, Johan told Nineveh that in 3 days it would be destroyed. I may have missed it, but was it destroyed after 3 days? Reread Thru a Glass Darkly and focus on the part talking about how prayer changes things. Just a thought…

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  37. nance says:

    Yong Duk,
    Why do you tell us to vote for ” any good person,” instead of the lesser of two evils? You say that Trump is evil because (well, this reason this time:) “Donald Trump will (in my opinion) cause America to go to war which will kill not only unborn children but men, women, boys and girls AND UNBORN CHILDREN.”
    Charlie says we must have war before this is all finished, and we are IN WWIII already anyway!
    So would Trump be doing it? or only acknowledging it? And, BTW, I am no Trump fan, either.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton are going to be the stable national leader we will have through the Restoration. I know good people who support Donald Trump – and good people who will have nothing to do with either Clinton or him. I don’t discourage some discussion of current events here, but let us not let it become the focus.

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    • YongDuk says:

      Nance, I do not recall giving nor would ever give such political advice or advice on politics, you must have me confused with someone else.

      If I made one political comment here it was in regards to the link to Abyssum, if I remember. Beyond that, I am confused as to why you posted under contact us.

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    • deereverywhere says:

      Nance, Spiritdaily linked to an article by Rene Henry Gracida, retired bishop titled https://abyssum.org/2016/07/24/there-is-no-necessity-to-choose-the-lesser-of-two-evils-on-november-8-2016/ that says what I believe you are referring to. YD’s secret mission here is to fall in love with God, cajole us to better understanding our faith, give us a better vocabulary (if I could only remember it), and blow off steam especially with Doug and Michael Patrick.

      Snowy told me that Sherp-Doggy-Dog could use a break so I will limit my comment for the day. Take it easy Sherp-Doggy-Dog👏😊😸🎶🎵

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  38. Jim Martel says:

    Just saw on local news here in Houston that a judge has dismissed the last charges against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt at the request of prosecutors. Thanks to all for your hard work and prayers on behalf of these two pro-life warriors.

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  39. J. Grub says:

    Did I miss the second part of the Rules of Regency?

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  40. Steve says:

    Hi Charlie, I didn’t know if you’ve seen this. If you haven’t you might find it interesting. It’s a response from ISIS to pope Francis about his comments on Islam last week.
    http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/08/02/islamic-state-answers-pope-francis-religious-war/

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  41. Robert says:

    Great blog Charlie.. love reading it and sharing it with my family.. My mother recently sent me this article from Bishop Fulton Sheen.. Perhaps it has some info in it of interest to you, or that you can comment on.. Cheers!

    https://www.romancatholicman.com/things-accelerate-toward-the-end-prophecy-of-archbishop-fulton-sheen/

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  42. nance says:

    Is this true???
    anthonydog says:
    September 26, 2016 at 6:39 pm
    Links corrupted, emails blanks…they do not want you to know this:

    http://theamericanreport.org/2016/09/22/obama-clinton-handed-port-canaveral-to-brother-of-saddam-husseins-nuclear-bomb-mastermind/

    The American Report

    EXCLUSIVE: Obama/Clinton Secret Operation Handed Port Canaveral To Brother/Business Partner Of Saddam Hussein’s Nuclear Bomb Mastermind; Submarine And Space Bases In Grave Danger – The American Report

    This is breaking national security information that will be a game-changer in the swing-state of Florida and in the national election if citizens become aware of these facts.

    In 2014, Obama Administration officials, after a Clinton pay-to-play operation, leased Port Canaveral’s cargo container terminal to an Iraqi family. The Iraqi family’s company Crescent Group is headed by Iraqi oil businessman Hamid Jafar whose brother and business partner is Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar. Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar was Saddam Hussein’s nuclear weapons mastermind.

    Crescent was under investigation by the U.S. government as a front company for Saddam Hussein. The cargo container company is jointly owned by the Iraqi brother (Hamid Jafar) of Saddam’s nuclear scientist and the Ruler of Sharjah, UAE, according to World Bank documents. Thus the company is partially owned by a foreign government.

    Treasury Secretary Jacob “Jack” Lew, a longtime Clinton insider, decided to forgo a national security review of the deal that is legally required under CFIUS and FINSA for “critical infrastructure” and if in proximity to national security military installations.

    The Port Canaveral CEO (John E. Walsh) who rammed through the secret deal is a business partner of senior advisor ( Miguel Lausell) to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign. Lausell contributed $1 million to the Clinton Library and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.

    The Port Canaveral CEO (Walsh) is also business partners with a representative of the UAE government and representatives of the UAE royal family.

    The Iraqi family that owns Crescent is deeply connected to Bill Clinton though his relationship with the son of the owner of Crescent. That son, Majid Jafar, and Bill Clinton co-chair a Dubai-based educational campaign.

    That campaign is funded by Varkey-GEMS, a Dubai-based educational foundation that paid Bill Clinton $5.6 million to serve as “Honorary Chairman” and helped raise $70 billion in commitments to the Clinton Global Initiative.

    Port Canaveral is located inside the nexus of America’s space program, with missions launching from adjacent Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center. Port Canaveral is also home to a US Navy nuclear submarine base and is ranked the second-biggest cruise ship port in the world.

    http://Www.1776channel.com

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    • charliej373 says:

      A lot of this, Nance, has the worst spin that can possibly be put on it. It is true that many American ports have been operated by Islamic companies. Some of it is stunning. Sadly, all too many people get caught up in overheated fears and exaggerate what is already horrible on its own – which does not give it more impact, but strips it of credibility.

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  43. Jon Kern says:

    Hi Charlie,

    I look forward to hearing what you have to say about the precipice that we are looking down with Syria and Russia especially the escalation towards war with the setting up of no fly zones. I find it interesting that it seems the “Year of Mercy” ends around the time Obama’s term does not end. Lots to think about. Do you have any input regarding the Shemitah discussed by Jonathan Cahn who points to the next Shemitah occurring near the end of this year?

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  44. Al V. says:

    Charlie,

    Need your advice on “Refuges”. I am thinking our best refuge would be our Catholic Church and school building. There is room for people to stay, and grass outside for tents and campers. My thought would be Eucharistic Adoration 24/7 to help us get through the storm. Have not talked yet with our Pastor about this. Do you know of any planned Refuges that are Parishes? Plan B would be our K of C Hall which is about a mile from the Church.

    Thanks,

    Al V.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Most people will stay right where they are at. I would be surprised if at least 75% of people didn’t see the Rescue come from the same place where the Storm engulfed them. The key is, the center of community will revolve around Parishes and Churches…and those groups will adapt to whatever necessities are needed for their specific community.

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  45. JK says:

    Hi Charlie,
    Have you read any of the writings from James Larson from his website and if so would you care to comment? I would appreciate your view on his writings about Pope Francis and other current issues. I can’t wrap my mind around what Larson is saying and the promise “the gates of hell shall not prevail.”

    Thank you for your work.

    JK

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    • charliej373 says:

      I deleted the link, JK, because he gets into the antipope nonsense – and I just don’t indulge that here. He clearly forgets Christ’s promise to His Church. When I agree with the Pope, I know God has a plan. When I disagree with the Pope, I know God has a plan. All things go to serve God’s plan – and I believe His promise to His Church and concerning the faith of Peter. Mr. Larson thinks he is correcting what he thinks are the errors of the Pope. What he actually does is presume to correct what he thinks are the errors of Jesus Christ. Not interested in what he is peddling.

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      • moreen67 says:

        You know I hear people talking negatively (people I know not online) about the Pope. My answer is – God’s got this! I say it with what’s happening in the world too. God is in charge and He is allowing this Pope to be Pope. Let’s trust in God more and less on our own reasoning. I’m trying to use this also in my personal relationships at work, etc. I often think are you praying for the Pope (no matter how you may feel about him one way or the other)?

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  46. JK says:

    Thank you Charlie for your response on Larson. I appreciate your input. I think back on one of your comments on Pope Francis during one of your talks where you made the analogy of Pope Francis as the Captain of the ship shouting “all aboard” gathering his flock onto the ship of the Catholic Church preparing to guide it through the storm. That is the way I see Pope Francis’ intentions when he goes to meetings like Lund, Sweden.
    A separate question, is Donald Trump considered to be outside of the political system prior to running for president?

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  47. Mark says:

    Dear Mr. Johnston,

    It appears you made a mistake in your blog when you stated, “Vladimir Putin made a seminal speech at the Valdai Conference in Sochi last week, a speech that the western media has barely deigned to notice.” While it may be true Putin made a speech in Sochi at the Valdai Conference, which the western media arguably ignored, it seems you made a mistake because the link you included is to someone’s blog post from 2014 concerning a speech made by Putin two years ago. Whether the transcript that blogger posted is actually Putin’s speech from 2014 or not, I do not know. However, it does appear evident it is not the speech Putin gave last month in Sochi, based on the transcript posted on the kremlin.ru website:

    http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/53151

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    • charliej373 says:

      Mark, I noted in the earlier part of the article that that article was a reprint of a piece from two years ago. You made a mistake by not reading the note in paragraph three that the reprinted article below was a reprint from two years ago. The time-dated references in a two-year-old reprint that is identified as such are, obviously, from two years ago.

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  48. Trump has already met peacefully with Obama following the election and all signs point to a smooth handover and inauguration day. Trump is too smart to rock the boat about anything before he moves into the White House and will grin and nod all the way there – he’s achieved his goal and is happy as a clam at high tide right now…..

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  49. JK says:

    Hey Charlie,
    I got my answer about Trump. You clarified in one of your earlier writings. It would be a leader outside the election process, not just the political system.

    Yes, the riots are concerning because there is a lot of irrational emotions and fear that I have never seen before. I have witnessed and heard of so many pro Clinton voters that cried for 1-2 days after the election results. There is a visceral hatred of Trump that may fuel escalating riots.

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