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From (Mr.) LP
@ US -
For your information and reference.
The signers of this letter "Spiritual Leaders Vote for Obama" (1)
righteous, and want us to know it, and I quote:
"As spiritual leaders signing this
letter we are stepping forward to say: “We can make a
our spiritual practice empties, opens and strengthens us, we are
naturally moved to engage in the world with compassion, equanimity, and
the dedication to live our values."
Here is the list of these leaders. No surprise here: The New Age
is aligned with, and attuned to, the "Lightworker":
Roshi Joan Halifax
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Rabbi Michael Lerner
Lama Drolma Palden
Dean Ornish MD
Barbara De Angelis
Alex & Allyson Grey
Ed & Deb Shapiro
Oscar & Cindy Miro-Quesada
H.H. Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi
Lama Surya Das
Julia Butterfly Hill
Gay & Katie Hendricks
Pir Elias Amidon
Reb Zalman Shachter-Shalomi
Judith Ansara & Robert Gass
What a choice we Americans have in this election:
for Obama, and live
out chapter 24 of False Dawn.
2. Vote for McCain, and skip to
chapter 25. (3)
So which will it be, Lenin or Mussolini?
(1) The Letter
(2) False Dawn - Chapter
(3) False Dawn -
From (Mrs.) BB
@ US -
Good Afternoon M+G+R Foundation,
This article (1) shows how the US
Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) are ‘hosting the
party” on the One World Religion (2) by
funding Saul Alinsky's Marxist radicals and hoodwinking the church
to push their agenda. Why am I not surprised?
Speaking of the wicked and immoral, the USCCB also
the Growing in Love, Planned Parenthood's sex education program for
school kids. These guys (3)
are oozing evil.
I'm glad I don't give them any money nor will I
in the future! I will choose what charities need my money.
May Christ's peace be with you today,
(2) One World
now Cardinal - Levada came
from their bosom.
From (Mr.) G Mc
@ Australia -
Yes please keep me on the mailing list at the same current
Anyone who is finding the load too heavy, the way
too rough and the going too tough [and we all do from time to time]
should read Mary's Akita Message (1)
and pray the Eucharistic
the start of every day.
Also for strength and inspiration
read the book by James M. Haffert entitled 'Akita the Tears and Message
They will find their troubles piffling compared to those of
Mary and Sister Agnes to whom she appeared.
What a remarkable and
fantastic woman Mary was and still is (3)
God bless you Miguel and your
(Mr.) G Mc
(2) Akita Prayer
From The M+G+R
@ EU - USA - Published on October 22nd,
We have added important information in the following documents:
From (Mr.) IW
@ USA - Published on October 18th,
Most definitely keep me on your mailing list. You are one of my daily
lifelines in a world gone mad. Most of the time I feel very alone
especially in my thinking and sharing of some of your writings with
others. There's an apathy I cannot fathom. No one seems to care or
believe me. The general attitude seems to be 'business as usual'
without regard for the signs all over the place. The election has me
particularly concerned as most people I have talked to, especially
Catholics, seem more concerned with the war, economy, taxes etc.
instead of the fact that one candidate is pro abortion and all that
goes with it. I am not happy about either candidate but at least one is
pro-life and would do the lesser damage.
Maybe, just maybe, if America would turn away from this abomination of
abortion, God would lessen the coming chastisements... maybe. I still
think we have a lot coming to us and deservedly so. Sadly, I believe we
will not turn from our evil ways and that moral decay will continue
until He alone intervenes in a way and time known only to Him. Man,
although capable of correcting his courses of action, is not willing to
do so as his conscience has been so dulled by the lack of the sense of
sin. Everything today is justified as a right and what was right has
become wrong and what was wrong has become acceptable.
Since returning to the Catholic Church in 2005, I have to say I am
sometimes dismayed by what I read and see. The Bishops need to be
united in the pro-life area and yet, there is a general apathetic
attitude probably over fear of loosing tax-exempt status. I wonder if
they know Herod died by being eaten by worms. Thank God for the handful
who have come out against the adomination of abortion and gay
marriages. They are sadly in the minority. A house divided cannot stand.
Since my Bishop denied me faculties upon my request
, I have
been somewhat down in the dumps as I miss celebrating Mass and the
Sacrament of Penance in particular with those who seek me out. He said
I would need at least three years of their seminary and frankly, I was
too old. I am 65. Men have been ordained without experience at the age
of 70. A canon lawyer told me I would find better justice in a civil
court than I ever would in the Church.
Canonically, I am like a leper - not allowed to even be an
extraordinary minister (although I do not believe in them); not even
allowed to be a Lector, Acolyte or use my 25 or so years of education
and priestly experience to teach seminars. give workshops or retreats,
and so on. I have accepted it all as God's Will and consoled myself
with believing that if He wants me as a Priest, no one can stop me. So
Some of the other Old Catholic and Independent Catholic priests, as I
understand, were given faculties where they reside. The Bishops there
apparently recognized a need and took advantage of having experienced
priests come into their dioceses able to hit the ground running. There
is a recognized seminary program I could do through independent study
but it is too expensive; being on disability income and social
security, I simply cannot afford it. I would love to do the program
which I could complete in about a year.
A few days ago, a man wrote to you and the tone of his writing was
along the lines of 'what's the use. He prays, attends Mass etc. and
keeps having bad things happen. I have been in a dark night of the soul
for sometime but recognize it as such. My Confessor, who is an
excellent young, Orthodox Priest (I hope he can survive in the New Age
church) confirmed my dark night hypothesis. It is tough and often I
feel like laying down and pulling the covers over my head. I struggle
through prayer often but do make every effort to stay the course. I am
blessed to have this Priest. What drew me to him and my present parish
was the fact that when he was assigned there, before unpacking as I
understand it, he and the Deacon (who is one of the few excellent ones
I have seen) moved the tabernacle (and Our Lord of course) back to the
main altar smack dab in the center. Alleluia.
Prior to this, I had church-shopped and was disappointed
time-after-time, especially with confessors who are too lax and
liturgies that look more Protestant/New Age than Catholic. I did find a
couple of priests who were good confessors but distance became an
issue. I have a Catholic Church right next to where I live but
everytime I went there, I actually became physically sick and had to
come home. I went to Confession there once - it was enough. Never again.
Sorry I have gotten so lengthy but I feel you are a friend who has
great wisdom and understanding. I read and re-read your article "DO NOT
often and just this morning, read it over the phone to a struggling
neighbor. He loved it.
Blessings and peace to you Miguel and to the Foundation. You offer a
lifeline to many I am sure. I so look forward to your offerings on a
Jesus, I trust in You.
not despair - Never give up!
From miguel de Portugal
@ EU-USA - Published on October 16th,
It appears that we continue to speak/write in Swahili with a heavy
Mandarin accent and a Texan slur
are not promoting one US Presidential candidate over another. We,
thanks be to God, are NOT part of the Vatican Political Machinery.
(b) We are not requesting prayers fro a further delay - there will be
(c) We continue to request prayers for the Elect who are still blind
and deaf. The quicker they wake up, the less they will have to suffer -
as we have explained more times than we can count.
(d) We do not care what happens with the US Elections - even if they do
not take place. What we care for is that the Perfect Will of God
Now - Have we left something out that is not clear yet?
From miguel de Portugal
@ EU-USA - Published on October 13th,
the Miracle of the Sun in Fatima]
Given the contents of the letter that we received from a regular
to our pages, and which is posted on today's Private Forum (1), and a comment sent by a
close associate, which we now quote:
As for the nature of the economic order
that will follow Step 17 (2), I cannot guess. Economics may be over,
since economics is the social science of resource allocation under
conditions of scarcity ... and I do not believe that "scarcity" will be
a part of the Kingdom,
we thought it appropriate to clarify a point or two.
Its the Apocalypse, brethren!
(rephrasing Clinton's battle cry of the 1992 election.)