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1. The Original Sin of Adam closed Heaven for all men (sanctifying grace was lost) ... Hell became the only possible destination for the immortal souls of men. 2. God re-opened Heaven by founding the Catholic Church and re-introducing sanctifying grace to men's souls ... the same grace which Adam and Eve had lost.
We are currently in the Great Apostasy (world-wide rejection of God's Catholic Dogma), these warnings apply:
3.Warning 1: A non-Catholic anti-Christ cult (the Vatican-2 heretic cult) took over all of our formerly Catholic properties on 8 December 1965 ... the "V-2 council" close date. 4.Warning 2: The buildings with Catholic signs out front are not Catholic Churches at this time. God has allowed the Mass to be taken away (Sections 88 and 90). 5.Warning 3:All those dressed up like Catholic bishops and priests are ... automatically excommunicated heretics against the Catholic Dogma (Sections 12 and 13.2). 6.Warning 4: You must verify for yourself that a heretic cult has taken over our formerly Catholic properties ... simply take the steps outlined in Section 21.5.
* Vatican-2-ists: You are automatically excommunicated from the Catholic Church … Abjuration to re-enter on Section 19.1 *
7. One can still be Catholic and get to Heaven with a proper baptism in water (Section 7) ... believing the Dogmas ... and keeping free from mortal sin (Section 10.1). 8. All grace, both actual and sanctifying grace, starts with God and comes into the world through the Blessed Virgin ... as Jesus Christ Himself did (Section 4). 9. The Old Testament Israelite religion was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled ... the "judaism" man-made fable started about 200 B.C. (Section 39.1). Jesus Christ was not a jew. 10. All heretics are in sin against the First Commandment (Section 8) ... and are headed for Hell ... with the pagans of the world (all those not properly baptized in water).
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Incorrupt Saints ... Blesseds ... and Pious of the Catholic Church
Catholic writing of Exodus 13:19
"And Moses took Joseph's bones with him: because he had adjured the children of Israel, saying: God shall visit you, carry out my bones from hence with you."
Catholic writing of Jeremias 23:24
"Shall a man be hid in secret places, and I not see him, saith the Lord? Do not I fill heaven and earth, saith the Lord?"
Note: God, filling Heaven and earth, has preserved from corruption many Catholic Saints, Blesseds
and pious as witnesses to the true Faith that comes to us from Heaven, the Catholic Faith.
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Before proceeding to the Catholic incorrupt Saints and other incorrupt Catholic persons ...
Interested ... as to why the persons above are kissing the 'koran' and 'praying' at the 'wailing wall' & in a 'mosque' and wearing anti-Christ symbols ? ? ?
Additional photos of apostasy (rejecting Catholic truth) ... Sections >>
Answering the above question >
Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes (1844 - 1879)
The body of Bernadette Soubirous was first exhumed 30 years after her death. On September 2, 1909. Her arms and face were
completely unaffected from corruption and had maintained their natural skin tone. The second exhumation took place at the end of
the Process on April 3, 1919. The body of the Venerable was found in the same state of preservation as 10 years earlier. This
relic was placed in a coffin of gold and glass and can be viewed in the formerly Catholic Chapel of Saint Bernadette in Nevers (France) --
this building is currently under the control of the Vatican-2 jew-heretic cult.
Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 8, 22 Nov 1439 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Whoever wills to be saved, before all things it is necessary that he holds the Catholic faith. Unless a person keeps this faith whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish eternally." Jump to > Section 5.1
Blessed Imelda (1322-1333)
The Lord gave to Imelda Lambertini a special gift at age 9 on the Feast of the Ascension (May 12) in 1333. The nuns were preparing to
leave the church when some of them were startled to see what appeared to be a Sacred Host hovering in the air above Imelda,
as she knelt before the closed tabernacle absorbed in prayer. Quickly they attracted the attention of the priest who hurried
forward with a paten on which to receive It. The Host dropped onto the paten, and the priest gave Imelda her First Holy Communion.
In the face of such a miracle he could not do otherwise than give to Imelda her first communion, which was also her last.
For the love with which she received her Lord was so great that it broke her heart: she sank unconscious to the ground,
and when loving hands upraised her, it was found that she was dead.
Blessed Imelda’s incorrupt body lies in the church of San Sigismondo near the University of Bologna. Pope Pius X named
her Protectress of First Holy Communicants.
Vatican Council of 1870, Pope Pius IX, Session 2, Profession of Faith -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"This true Catholic Faith, outside of which none can be saved, which I now freely profess and truly hold, is what I shall steadfastly maintain and confess, by the help of God, in all its completeness and purity until my dying breath, and I shall do my best to ensure that all others do the same. This is what I, the same Pius, promise, vow and swear." Jump to > Section 1
Catherine Laboure (1806-1876)
Catherine Laboure died on 31st December 1876. When her body was exhumed 56 years later it was unblemished.
Her eyes were as blue as the day she died. Catherine Laboure is still lying in state in the formerly
Catholic Chapel Rue du Bac 140, in Paris and she still looks as though she only died yesterday.
Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church, died 1274 A.D. >
"All those who deny one article of Faith ... are by that very fact excommunicated." Jump to > Section 13.2
Saint Vincent de Paul (circa 1580-1660)
Vincent de Paul was born around 1580 in the village of Pouy in Gascony, southwest France, into a poor peasant family.
Being a highly intelligent youth, Vincent was allowed to spend four years with the Franciscan friars at Acqs getting an
education. In 1596 he began theological studies at the University of Toulouse and was ordained priest in 1600 at the age of 20.
Returning by sea from a journey to Marseilles in 1605, he was captured by Turkish pirates who took him to Tunis, where he
was sold as a slave. Two years later he managed to escape together with his master, a renegade whom he had converted to Christianity.
After returning to France, he served as parish priest near Paris where he founded several organizations to help the poor, nurse the
sick, finding jobs for the unemployed, etc.
Vincent de Paul died in Paris in 1660. In 1737 he was canonized by Pope Clement XII.
His bones are encased in a wax figure, and rest in a reliquary in the formerly Catholic Chapel of the formerly Catholic Vincentian Fathers in Paris. His still incorrupt heart is enclosed on the (formerly Catholic) altar of his shrine in the (formerly Catholic) motherhouse of the (formerly Catholic) Sisters of Charity in Paris. This sight was a Catholic Church before the Vatican-2 cult took over the property in 1965.
Second Council of Constantinople, Sentence against the Three Chapters section, 553 A.D. -- Ex-Cathdra Dogma >
"The heretic, even though he has not been condemned formally by any individual, in reality brings anathema on himself, having cut himself off from the way of truth by his heresy." Jump to > Section 13.2
Saint Francis Xavier (1506-1552)
He was born in 1506 at Javier, Spain, he died on December 2, 1552 in Sancian, China of a disease he contracted during his missionary work.
Born in Spain of noble parents, he studied and became a teacher of philosophy at the University of Paris. Together with Saint Ignatius of Loyola
and four other young men, they founded the Society of Jesus, "The Jesuits".
As a priest he traveled to India, Japan and China, he was a very powerful evangelizer and is said to have caused the conversion of entire cities.
His body remains incorrupt.
Pope Leo X, Fifth Lateran Council, Session 8, 1513 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"And since truth cannot contradict truth, we define that every statement contrary to the enlightened truth of the faith is totally false and we strictly forbid teaching otherwise to be permitted. We decree that all those who cling to erroneous statements of this kind, thus sowing heresies which are wholly condemned, should be avoided in every way and punished as detestable and odious heretics and infidels who are undermining the Catholic faith." Jump to > Section 9
Maria Goretti (1890-1902)
Maria quickly matured in grace and holiness in the eyes of friends and other acquaintances. After losing her father to malaria,
she developed great strength and maturity. Her charming modesty, cheerful obedience and the serious, but free acceptance of a
hundred thankless home chores distinguished her from the other children who would play in the dusty streets of Ferriere. Perhaps
the highlight of her life was her First Holy Communion, which she dutifully prepared for and awaited with great anticipation. She
truly seemed to be advancing "in wisdom, and age and grace before God and men."
Alessandro Serenelli had been a thorn in lovely Maria's side. He propositioned her on several occasions.
On July 5, 1902, she once again rebuffed his advance, shouting, "No! It is a sin! God does not want it!", Alexander then stabbed Maria 14 times.
Doctors in Nettuno tried to save Maria's life to no avail. After 20 painful hours of suffering during which she forgave and prayed for
Alessandro, Maria entered Heaven fortified with the Last Sacraments. Her last earthly gaze rested upon a picture of the Blessed Mother.
It was July 6, 1902.
This was the triumph of the little girl who loved God and hated sin.
Second Council of Constantinople, 553 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"It is clear to all believers that when a problem about the faith comes up it is not only the heretical person who is condemned but also the person who is in a position to correct the heresy of others and fails to do so." Jump to > Section 13.2
Blessed John Marie Vianney (1786-1859)
John Marie Vianney was born in 1786 in Dardilly, Lyons, France, died in 1859. He was raised in the country in a humble peasant family. He had many
difficulties in learning, but he taught other children how to pray and to learn the catechism.
It was very difficult for him to become a Priest since he had so many problems in learning, but he was a holy man whose inability to
learn was compensated by the Wisdom of God. He was assigned to the parish of Ars, a town of 250 people who were not very good Catholics.
He began visiting his parishioners, especially the sick and poor. He would spend days in prayer, doing penance for them.
His main concern was to save sinners, God gifted him with a very powerful message in his sermons that would convert his listeners. He had
the gift of reading souls in confession and because of this love for souls the devil would torment him at night, by shaking his bed and setting
it on fire. Thousands would come from everywhere to hear him preach, and to have a confession with him. He served God as a priest for 40 years.
Council of Florence, Session 11, Pope Eugene IV, 1442 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"It (the Catholic Church) firmly believes, professes and preaches that all those who are outside the Catholic Church, not only pagans but also jews or heretics and schismatics, cannot share in eternal life and will go into the everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels, unless they are joined to the Catholic Church before the end of their lives." Jump to > Section 1
Blessed Margaret of Castello (1287-1320)
It must have been about the year 1293 when some women of Citta-di-Castello in Umbria, who had gone one day to pray
in their parish church, found within, a destitute blind child of about six or seven, who had been abandoned there by
her parents. The kind souls were filled with pity for the little waif, and, poor though they were, they took charge
of her - first one family and then another, sheltering and feeding her until she became practically the adopted child
of the village. One and all declared that, far from being a burden, little Margaret brought a blessing upon those who
befriended her. Some years later, the nuns of a local convent offered her a home. The girl rejoiced at the prospect of
living with religious, but her joy was short-lived. The community was lax and worldly; Margaret's fervor was a tacit
reproach to them, nor did she bring them the profit they had anticipated. Neglect was succeeded by petty persecution,
and then by active calumny. Finally she was driven forth ignominiously to face the world once more.
However, her old friends rallied around her. One couple offered her a settled home, which became her permanent residence.
At the age of fifteen, Margaret received the habit of a tertiary from the Dominican fathers, who had lately established
themselves in Citta-di-Castello, and thence forth, she lived a life entirely devoted to God. More than ever did God's
benediction rest upon her. She cured another tertiary of an affliction of the eyes which had baffled medical skill,
and her mantle extinguished a fire which had broken out in her foster parents' house. In her desire to show her gratitude
to the people of Citta-di-Castello, she undertook to look after the children while their parents were at work. Her little
school prospered wonderfully, for she understood children, being very simple herself. She set them little tasks which she
helped them to perform; she instructed them in their duty to God and to man, instilling into them her own great devotion
to the sacred Childhood, and she taught them the psalms which, in spite of her blindness, she had learned by heart at the convent.
We are told that when at prayer she was frequently raised a foot or more from the ground, remaining thus for a long time.
Thus she lived, practically unknown outside her own neighborhood, until the age of thirty-three, when she died amidst the
friends who loved her, and was buried by their wish in the parish church, where many remarkable miracles took place.
She died on April 13, 1320 at the age of 33. When she died, the townspeople thronged to her funeral and demanded that “the saint” be buried
in a tomb inside the church. The priest protested, but when a crippled girl was miraculously cured at the funeral, the people had their way.
More than 200 miracles have been credited to her intercession after her death.
In 1558, her remains were transferred because her coffin was rotten. Her clothes were also rotten, but her body was preserved. She was
beatified on October 19, 1609 by Pope Paul V and awaits canonization as a Saint -- if God again grants us Catholic bishops.
To this day the body of Blessed Margaret is still incorrupt.
Council of Vienne, Pope Clement V, Decree 30, 1311-1312 A.D. -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"Since however there is for both regulars and seculars, for superiors and subjects, for exempt and non-exempt, one universal Church, outside of which there is no salvation, for all of whom there is one Lord, one faith, and one baptism." Jump to > Section 7.2
Saint Rita of Cascia (1381-1457)
Rita of Cascia died on May 22, 1457. The incorrupt body of this “patron saint of hopeless cases” can be seen at the Basilica of St Rita
in Cascia, Italy. It is also publicly known that her body has been seen in different positions in the glass case, as well as eyes have
opened and closed unaided. Her symbol is the rose petal, which she shares with Therese of Lisieux. Rita was beatified by Pope Urban VIII
in 1627 and canonized on May 24, 1900 by Pope Leo XIII.
Note: Therese of Lisieux cannot be identified as a Saint or called a Saint ... because automatically excommunicated heretic "Pius XI" did not have Catholic jurisdiction to make Saints, priests, or bishops, since he was outside of the Catholic Church. Selected heresies of "Pius XI" are on Section 20.1 of this site.
Rita was born in the year 1381 in the village of Roccaporena near Cascia, Italy. Her parents, Antonio and Amata Lotti, considered her from
birth a very special gift from God, for Rita was born to them as they were already advancing in age. As a young girl Rita frequently visited
the convent of the Augustinian nuns of Cascia and dreamed of one day joining their community. Her parents, however, promised her in marriage,
according to the custom of the day to Paolo Mancini, a good man of strong and impetuous character. Rita accepted her parents' decision, resolved
to see this as God's will for her.
One day as Paolo was returning home from work he was ambushed and killed. The pain which this unexpected and violent death inflicted
upon Rita was only compounded by the fear she felt that her two teenage sons, moved by the unwritten law of the "vendetta," would seek
to avenge their father's death. Rita's only recourse was to prayer and persuasion. As it happened, the death of both boys from natural
causes a short time later removed them from physical and spiritual danger. Despite the great burden she could still thank God that
they had died in peace, free of the poison of murder to which hatred and revenge might have otherwise drawn them.
With a pure love she wanted more and more to be intimately joined to the redemptive suffering of Jesus, and this desire of hers was
satisfied in an extraordinary way. One day when she was about sixty years of age, she was meditating before the image of Christ
crucified as she was long accustomed to doing. Suddenly, a small wound appeared on her forehead, as though a thorn from the crown
that encircled Christ's head had loosed itself and penetrated her own flesh. For the next fifteen years she bore this external sign
of stigmatization and union with the Lord. In spite of the pain she constantly experienced, she offered herself courageously for the
physical and spiritual well being of others.
Fifth Lateran Council, Session 11, Pope Leo X, 19 Dec 1516 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma >
"For, regulars and seculars, prelates and subjects, exempt and non-exempt, belong to the one universal Church, outside of which no one at all is saved, and they all have one Lord and one faith."
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Immaculate Heart of Mary
~ Pray the Rosary for essential graces ... see Section 4.1 of this website for instructions ~
~ Wear the Brown Scapular as the Blessed Virgin instructed us ... as Our Lady of Mount Carmel ~
Selected prophesies of the Blessed Virgin - & - Quotes on being devoted to the Blessed Virgin. (See also Section 4)
Ezechiel 44:2 > "This gate shall be shut … no man shall pass through it … the Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it."
Proverbs 8:35 > "He that shall find me (the Blessed Virgin), shall find life, and shall have salvation from the Lord."
St. Bonaventure, died 1274 > "No one ever finds Christ but with and through Mary. Whoever seeks Christ apart from Mary seeks Him in vain."
Genesis 3:15 > "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel."
Ecclesiasticus 24:25 > "In me is all grace of the way and the truth, in me is all hope of life and virtue."
St. Antoninus, died 1459 > "All graces that have ever been bestowed on men, all of them came through Mary."
St. John Damascene, died 749 > "Pure and Immaculate Virgin, save me and deliver me from eternal damnation."
Wisdom 7:26 > "For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty."
Ecclesiasticus 24:24 > "I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope."
St. Agnes, died 304 > "There is no one in the world who, if he asks for it, does not partake of the Divine mercy through the tenderness of Mary."
Proverbs 30:11-12 > "There is a generation that ... doth not bless their mother. A generation pure in their own eyes and yet not washed from their filthiness."
Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 > "Every grace and blessing possessed by the Church, all the treasures of light, holiness, and glory that abide in her, on earth as well as in Heaven, all are due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary."
St. Athanasius, died 373 > "Thou, O Lady, were filled with grace, so that thou might be the way of our salvation and the means of ascent into the heavenly kingdom."
Psalm 131:8 > "Arise, O Lord, into Thy resting place: Thou and the ark, which Thou hast sanctified." (The Blessed Virgin bodily in Heaven)
Truth of the super-natural order: All grace starts with God, goes to the hands of the Blessed Virgin, and then into the world. God (Grace Himself) came into the world by the Blessed Virgin, God never changes, all grace follows the same path to this day and until the end of the world.
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