uini Commission: Medjugorje Seers Are Not Mature In Faith, One Is Notorious Liar
The journalist David Murgia, leaked excerpts of the thirty-page Medjugorje report of Cardinal Ruini’s commission which was launched 2010 (IlSegnoDiGiona.com, February 7).
The report claims “with reasonable certainty,” that “the first seven apparitions” are “intrinsically credible,” calling the hypothesis of a demonic origin unfounded.
Its fallacious main argument is Medjugorje’s “positive fruits.” The commission voted 13 to 1 that the phenomenon’s beginning wasn’t attributable to manipulation or human dynamics alone “but had a supernatural origin.”
However, it noticed a “repetitive banality” of some of the Medjugorje messages, misses elements of transcendence [miracles], and advises that the “linguistic formulation” of the still ongoing messages should be overseen [and corrected?] by a priest.
The seers have “a relation, ambiguous in certain aspects, with money,” the report notices, and “do not, in fact, appear mature either in their faith or in their ecclesiality, and at certain times not even in their psychological consistency.”
About one seer, not named by Murgia, it observes that his “only work” are conferences on Medjugorje, that he has “lied multiple times,” and is less credible.
He was facing six counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and one count of molestation of a child. The two boys were under the age of 15 during the alleged incidents, which were reported to have occurred in 2003 and 2007.
Ven. Carlo Acutis is the ideal candidate for the patron saint of the internet. He created a database of Eucharistic miracles on a website so people could find out about them all while he was still a teenager. If you’ve seen a traveling exhibit with displays on different Eucharistic miracles, this is based right off his site.
On Friday, Pope Francis approved a miracle in his case and this allows beatification to be scheduled. As he is the first saint to have extensively used the internet and the first saint who is most known for something he did online, I want to propose him as the patron saint of the Internet.
The Eucharist and the Virgin Mary… Carlo Acutis: Homily by Canon Tim Madeley. A Day With Mary
To Hell And Back: Ex-Satanist claims he went to hell, converted to Christianity
CopyPosted: Feb 06, 2020 3:49 PM ESTUpdated: Feb 07, 2020 8:56 PM EST
Ex-Satanist John Ramirez shocked the world when he claimed his discovery of hell in 2014.
Ramirez claims he went to hell and that the devil was trying to end his life before God stepped in and protected him.
In an exclusive interview, Ramirez tells News 12 that he was trained to be a Satanic cult (Santeria and Spiritualist) high ranking priest in New York City that cast powerful witchcraft spells and controlled entire regions.
Controversial healing priest Fr. Fernando Suarez collapsed and died while playing tennis at the Ayala Alabang Clubhouse earlier Tuesday, three days short of his 53rd birthday.
His spokesperson Deedee Siytangco confirmed the priest’s demise in a phone interview shortly after stepping out of Asian Hospital around 4 p.m. She said the cause of his death is not yet known. Suarez, a known tennis enthusiast, has been holding annual tennis tournaments for priests at the Ayala Alabang Clubhouse for the past several years.