Chastisement

Why the Fatima Chastisement and Triumph Await Us

In 2017 we commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal. The occasion was a time for reflection upon a world and Church in disarray. As a result, many sense that a dark future awaits us. The reason for this foreboding is that the message and requests of Our Lady …

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A Century Before Fatima, Providence Announced a Chastisement

The May, 2002 issue of the Brazilian Magazine Catolicismo carried a lead article about the private revelations of Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora. Since these practically unknown revelations tie in remarkably with those given at Fatima, we consider it opportune to make these available to our readers. Hence we have reproduced key extracts from the article. One …

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Is the Voice of God Resounding in the Recent Catastrophes?

The string of natural calamities and man-made tragedies afflicting the world and the United States […] have stimulated many people to reflection. Some see these tragic events as God’s chastisement of a sinful mankind; others see them as yet one more merciful warning from Providence; others yet deny both options and give various reasons. Modern …

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How to Revive the Notion of Good and Evil

The notion of good and evil can be revived in various ways, including: Avoiding all formulations that smack of secularist or inter-denominational morality, because secularism and inter-denominationalism logically lead to amorality. Opportunely pointing out that God has the right to be obeyed and that, therefore, His Commandments are true laws, which we ought to observe …

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