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The Storm Deepens

  (This is a repeat of an article I published at my Facebook site 10 months ago. It is useful, I think, to see prophecies fulfilled sometime as we lose sight of them in the press of the day. A … Continue reading

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Musings: A Time of Division, Mexico

Many people have contacted me privately asking about an unusually large amount of bickering – and even ugly disputes – among families and friends, wondering if this is part of the darkening of the times. Yes, it is. I have expected … Continue reading

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The Third Secret of Fatima

I never kept copies of the things I wrote for my priests. It was a matter of discipline as we discerned these matters. One priest has acted as keeper of the archives. (He showed me his file two years ago … Continue reading

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Into the Whirlwind

Since God’s interaction with each person is so intimately personal how, then, do we encounter Him properly and help others to do so? However interesting it might be for a finger to explain its function to a foot, it won’t … Continue reading

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Pilgrim Journal: The Road of 100,000 Roses (#4)

(This is the fourth installment in the story of my pilgrimage, a year-and-a half walk across the country from Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012) The first few days were spent getting a feel for how to do this. … Continue reading

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Can Demons Tempt us to Pray?

An article on the Catholic Exchange by Fr. John Bartunek, touches on the subtle ways that satan will attack and try to pull us away from authentic communion with God.

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Final Pilgrimage Preparations (#3)

In the last few months before I left I worried increasingly about how I would support myself as I went. Though drifting into towns and picking up knock-around jobs is not just the stuff of novels and movies, it still … Continue reading

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The Bond of Trust is Forged in Fire

I have previously briefly discussed that I was warned, before I accepted my work, that upon acceptance I would very quickly enter into a prolonged period of intense suffering. Though I was not shown details, I was fully shown how … Continue reading

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Prepare the Way

I have maintained radio silence for about a week now. Sorry for not responding to those who have emailed or messaged. It has been an intense period. In three primary areas, I have been taking instruction for preparation. I know … Continue reading

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A Harbinger?

Since I am a St. John Paul the Great Catholic, I thought of writing about him today, the day of his canonization. Of course, everyone else in the world is writing about him today, too, so I wrestled with maybe … Continue reading

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