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Was the Third Secret Revealed? – Homer Sweeney offers evidence to support the hypothesis the one-page, 25-line Third Secret published by TIA in 2010 and deciphered by Atila Guimarães in 2017 here, shows all the signs of being authentic. Including the fact that the handwriting was confirmed as belonging to Sister Lucy  by a renowned Spanish handwriting expert.

A negative judgment on religious Jews coming from the pen of a known French Jew, Bernard Lazare. Phillip Mericle reviews Lazare’s bookAnti-Semitism, Its History and its Causes. In it Lazare presents an objective analysis of the flaws of Judaism. These flaws  give basis for the anti-Semitism that has been universal throughout History among differing peoples and circumstances Lazare concludes that the only constant factor contributing towards hostility to the Jews is the behavior of the Jews themselves.

You may have heard about the recent interview of Card. Christoph von Schönborn where he raised the question of women priests as viable.  That is shocking in itself and has been the subject of much talk. This week Atila Guimarães looks at that interview under a different light, showing how Schönborn revealed himself to be heretical under two different titles.

In this month of May, Our Lady’s month, discover Our Lady of Bethlehem and learn an important part of our American Catholic History. The book Discovering Our Lady of Bethlehem: Her Journey with Fr. Serra tells the story of the oldest statue in California, this statue accompanied Father Serra from the very beginning of his apostolate in of Alta California, when he founded the Missions of San Diego and San Carlos Borromeo in Carmel. You will learn how she came to accompany the Sacred Expedition; how she presided over the successful California Missions; how she was exiled during the sad period of secularization and how she was lovingly returned during the Mission restoration in the mid-1900s.

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