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  • Caroline Kennedy Speech: cites Catholic faith to attack the Church on reproductive rights

    09/07/2012 11:17:47 AM PDT · 56 of 56
    stpio to NYer

    To those who have sent me a PM since yesterday, I am sorry, I can’t reply. This notice comes up?

    Sorry, your account is too new to use this feature.

    I posted current and a few past messages from Heaven at FR,
    Protestant and Catholic because they are saying the same
    thing. Take the time to keep track of them. They’re very
    serious, divine events prophesied are closer so believe.

    God bless you,

    join Yahoo Groups for daily Catholic messages - Seers 2

    and daily messages and one Protestant at -

    non-Catholic messages -


    Voice of Prophecy -

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 6:10:22 PM PDT · 33 of 54
    stpio to Alex Murphy

    God the Father:

    “I send messengers to help prepare people to become aware of the times they are living in so they can re-align their life’s priorities and determine what matters most in eternity.”

    ~ ~ ~

    I don’t think Lec is being given messages right now. Many
    current prophets have received their final message.

    Why go to an effort every time to mock the faith, trash
    Catholicism? Searching, seraching and it only shows
    unlove and negativism not what you are trying to prove

    You failed to post the last line of the message (above) from
    God the Father to Lec. It makes sense and is true. Every
    word in the message is Truth if you bothered to read it

    You did not answer my question Mr. Murphy, were you baptized
    Roman Catholic? I am trying to understand your disdain for
    the faith. Answer, would you please.

    p.s. Taking the time to discuss what happened to Jonah but doing the same as those who disbelieve God speaks to His people through the every generation. There
    is one end time, God is speaking to the Catholic, Protestant
    and Orthodox prophets.

  • Caroline Kennedy Speech: cites Catholic faith to attack the Church on reproductive rights

    09/06/2012 5:53:17 PM PDT · 17 of 56
    stpio to Iron Munro

    I can’t stand to hear his (Obama’s) voice anymore.
    HE’S A LIAR,
    -Caroline Kennedy

    ~ ~ ~

    Iron M.,

    This quote in the Pic, explain? Wow, did Caroline say this...
    She did appear like she was going through the motions,
    no passion.

  • Caroline Kennedy Speech: cites Catholic faith to attack the Church on reproductive rights

    09/06/2012 5:46:40 PM PDT · 14 of 56
    stpio to NYer

    I watched, oh how she must miss her brother. Caroline
    is a Cafeteria Catholic. She didn’t profess the teachings
    of Christ, of the Church. She is “diabolically disoriented.” Offer a prayer for her and her family.

    One thing about her Dad, when Saint Padre Pio was asked
    to pray for JFK at the time of the assasination, St. Pio,
    who bore the stigmata for fity years and had all the mystical charisms...said...there is no need, he is in

    Legend? Kennedy knew he wasn’t going to a friendly city. There is rumor the President went to Confession the day before.

    Important, everybody...go to Confession, if you’re not
    Catholic, examine your life, examine your conscience and from the heart confess your mortal (serious) sins to God.

    p.s. All the sexual sins are mortal, less one maybe.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 5:29:44 PM PDT · 31 of 54
    stpio to Alex Murphy

    “True, Jonah journeyed to Ninevah, they repented, and their immenant destruction was averted.

    But a century later, the prophet Nahum described Ninevah as a city being “full of lies and robbery”, and he preached of their impending destruction. The generation that heard Jonah may have repented, but their children did not, earning God’s judgment anew. Shortly after Nahum’s prophecies, Ninevah was completely destroyed and left deserted. Was Jonah’s prophecy really wrong?”

    ~ ~ ~


    Well, the one generation believed Jonah heard from God and turned to the good.

    Here’s a private revelation I recall on the same subject. The messenger received the message directly after daily
    Mass, in Church.

    message to Lec of the Philippines

    January 3, 2009
    7:20 A.M.

    Son, I am awaiting for you to be free from the many concerns of the holiday season, hence, let me resume My communication with My people thru you.

    By this time, you must already be aware that the signs pointing to the fulfillment of prophecies have become more visible than before. As you have already resolved not to ask Me for the specific dates, I would say instead…continue watching for the signs instead for many messengers have fallen by the wayside because they gave specific time frames in which the stated prophecies did not happen. Son, I don’t want you to lose your credibility. Remember Jonah! Did he preach that Nineveh would be destroyed in 40 days? Jonah did not understand at first why I asked him to declare a prophecy of destruction that did not happen. Did I deceive Jonah? It may appear that way at the surface for My ways are not your ways and My thoughts are not your thoughts. I want people to know that I am a loving, merciful Creator who is SLOW to anger and do not punish people as they deserve. I love my creation. I wanted to give the people of Nineveh the chance to be saved, My reason for sending Jonah to warn them of devastation. And Jonah’s preaching was not in vain. The people of Nineveh believed Jonah and repented of their sins and so I did not send them the punishment that I planned for them because of the evilness of their ways. The people were saved from eternal separation from me. Jonah is a victim soul like many of my messengers in the present era.

    I send messengers to help prepare people to become aware of the times they are living in so they can re-align their life’s priorities and determine what matters most in eternity.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 4:06:26 PM PDT · 24 of 54
    stpio to bkopto

    “Does Jennifer have a “TRACK RECORD”, so to speak? Has she ever been wrong, EVEN ONCE?

    Then again, keep in mind Amos 3:7: Surely the Lord GOD does nothing Unless He reveals His secret counsel To His servants the prophets.”

    ~ ~ ~

    A very good question. I have to say, I don’t know. Most
    current private revelation, prayer and sacrifice has put back, mitigated the just judgment prophesied coming to our country, MO.

    Maybe no more. We will see prophesied events happen.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:57:37 PM PDT · 21 of 54
    stpio to HereInTheHeartland

    “I would like to see a feature on this website where such predictions are logged and then followed up on.”

    ~ ~ ~

    Me too. In FR’s Religion section, prophecy is not mentioned as a subject.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:52:39 PM PDT · 19 of 54
    stpio to Alex Murphy

    I believe the Protestant messengers, I wish you would believe the Catholic messengers.

    “I believe the Protestant messengers when they speak of the Catholic messengers. Do you?”

    ~ ~ ~

    Hmmmm. There is one end time brother, Jesus wants us all to believe the same. No one can deny. You have to go further than saying “Jesus is coming soon.” God has revealed more of what is ahead. Believe.

    Come along, accept the most Holy Eucharist, Mary’s help
    and Confession to a priest. I give you three important to change on, pray about them, they’re the greatest means to receive God’s graces, especially the Holy Eucharist.

    Did I share with you, my beloved grandmother was a Murphy.

    Were you baptized Roman Catholic?

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:43:24 PM PDT · 16 of 54
    stpio to Alex Murphy

    “Tell it to Moses”

    ~ ~ ~

    Nineveh believed, the people in Moses time did not.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:40:10 PM PDT · 14 of 54
    stpio to steve86

    “I have a feeling this might be legit.”

    ~ ~ ~

    Thanks Steve~@!

    It may happen this year, Jesus Mercy and the reason God does not give exact dates, we would wait until the last minute to change.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:34:54 PM PDT · 13 of 54
    stpio to Alex Murphy

    “Earlier message from Jesus to Jennifer:
    Deut. 18:21-22 -
    And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word that the Lord has not spoken?’
    when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him.”

    ~ ~ ~

    Hi Alex,

    Prophecy is dependent on man’s response too. Remember
    Jonah and Nineveh? I believe the Protestant messengers,
    I wish you would believe the Catholic messengers.

    Our Lord is going to give you the biggest hug very soon. Maybe in 2013. He knows you love Him and love His written Word but Jesus has more for you.

    What happened yesterday for all the nation to see and hear?

    Another rejection of God. It’s been going on in our country, especially in these last fifty plus years. Finally His hand is going to come down. Pray, pray, pray.

    This is a fact, we must remember for the days ahead, God’s justice is really His mercy.

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 3:19:56 PM PDT · 10 of 54
    stpio to wideawake

    “Who is Jennifer?”

    ~ ~ ~

    Jennifer is an American, a Catholic seer. See the link.


    “By what authority do you disseminate these putative messages?”

    ~ ~ ~

    I am a regular person, a lay person, the messages from
    Heaven help strengthen my faith and they warn and prepare
    us all, they’re for everyone to believe.

    After the canons 1399 and 2318 of the Code of Canon Law were abolished because of Paul VI’s decision in the “Acta Apostolicae Sedis” (Vol. 58, Number 16) dated November 15, 1966, and published on 29th of December of that same year, writings which refer to new publications, manifestations, miracles, etc., are allowed to be published and read, without the expressed permission given by the Ecclesiastical Authority, as long as the General Christian Morals are observed.
    Also, let us remember that the Apostle Saint Paul exhorts us: “Do not reject the prophecies; examine everything and keep what is good.” 1st Thessalonians 5,20


    “And why should we pay attention to them?”

    ~ ~ ~

    The quote from the May message is very serious and the
    newest message given Jennifer is saying the same thing.

    How can anyone lose believing private revelation? Keep
    this message on your heart, prepare spiritually and the temporal, put back some necessities. Trust God, He has the ability to multiply.

    thanks for your questions,

  • Before a change of the calendar ~ the financial collapse

    09/06/2012 2:53:17 PM PDT · 1 of 54
    The latest message to Jennifer, speaks of the same. We all see the signs. PRAY and whatever you're able to do, put some necessities aside, it shows faith. Look to Our Lord, trust in Him alone.
  • Democrats reinstate "God" and Jerusalem language in party platform

    09/06/2012 1:55:10 AM PDT · 83 of 84
    stpio to tapatio

    Listening to Red Night Radio, the hosts played the tape. Oh my gosh, three times the room said nay! The strongest no
    came last.

  • DNC Almighty Nightmare In Charlotte: Now Dems Put God And Jerusalem Language Back Into The Platform

    09/06/2012 12:39:22 AM PDT · 90 of 91
    stpio to NYer

    I was angry at seeing, then hearing the president of Planned Parenthood up there talk about everything but abortion!!

    It fits though, the No-God Party asks her to speak.

    Then Elizabeth Warren quotes the Gospel~!!, what group, the most innocent, did you all think of... Crazy.

    Matthew 25:40
    And the king answering, shall say to them: Amen I say to you, as long as you did it to one of these my least brethren, you did it to me.


    09/05/2012 3:14:04 PM PDT · 16 of 16
    stpio to OneWingedShark

    “So odd. Almost every time that an angel appears in the bible people are terrified, “falling down as if dead” being a common reaction, and “be not afraid” being their “common greeting.”

    Not saying it wasn’t an angel, just that it kinda doesn’t fit the biblical presentation.”


    Maybe, they weren’t shocked because the angel appeared
    at the airport like a person of today. It happens, all
    the modern witness to a stranger appearing out of nowhere when people are in trouble.

  • A Mormon Scholar’s Journey to Catholic Faith

    09/05/2012 1:39:47 PM PDT · 106 of 123
    stpio to imardmd1

    “Literal or figurative?
    Transubstantiation is a figment of a very active allegorizing imagination, whose explanations WILL NOT SURVIVE a literal historical hermeneutic for interpreting the event at Last Supper in its context, and most certainly not with the pattern of worship under the Aaronic priesthood, which is what the Roman liturgy is meant (IIRC) to continue.”

    ~ ~ ~

    What do you mean “will not survive”....? More Christians believe in the Real Presence than not so open you heart to believing imardm1. And sorry, the “CONTINUAL sacrifice” prophesied in the Old Testament has to be offered by a priest. There are no priests found in Protestantism or Judaism today, only in Catholicism.

    We agree, yes, God can do anything. There are mysteries of the faith you accept not understanding...which is faith. You accept the Incarnation, that God would have two natures on faith. Oh such a mystery, Our Lord is fully God, fully man.

    Accept “Transubstantiation.” Jesus tells you in John 6,
    think in the spiritual which means supernaturally and not
    in a human way of seeing. When Our Lord says “spirit” in the Gospel, it never means a symbol. It means supernatural.
    It’s God’s plan to come to us in the Eucharist. Jesus had
    just revealed to His disciples that they must eat His body
    and drink His blood, seeee... but with a supernatural understanding.

    John 6:64
    It is the spirit that quickeneth: the flesh profiteth nothing. The words that I have spoken to you, are spirit and life.

    You do not object that certain things in Old Testament are “types” prefigured for the greater things in the New Covenant. It’s right before you, there is a New Covenant priesthood to offer sacrifice, the New Covenant priesthood is so much greater~! Forget the Old Covenant “animal” sacrifices, Our Lord’s one time sacrifice on Calvary is made present in an unbloody manner, offered to the Father, in the Holy Mass.

    The Lamb of God, Jesus, is the Passover Lamb in the New Covenant and you agree, so go further, we must consume Him. Those who believe do, receiving the most Holy Eucharist.

  • A Mormon Scholar’s Journey to Catholic Faith

    09/05/2012 12:32:38 PM PDT · 105 of 123
    stpio to imardmd1

    “Once for all,” a strengthened form of hapax means only once at all ever (Thayer’s lexicon: epi, /D. in composition /1. continuance, rest, influence over any person or thing). That means, no RESACRIFICE of any part of his body or blood, ever. His one sacrifice is never to repeated, because it was perfect, taking away all sin forever, and the persistently committed yielding of a human’s trust in that sacrifice invokes graciously granted coverage for eternity under by that offering for his sinfulness and sins perpetrated, both at once, and for all time. Thus, like Martha, everlasting life (Jn. 11:25-27;). No RESACRIFICE needed. Remembrance is an ordinance.”

    ~ ~ ~

    The world keeps sinning, Christ’s one time sacrifice on Calvary is “made present” in the Mass and offered to the Father which pleases Him very much. I shared paragraph 1364 of the Catechism in my last post, here are two others to help you. Paragraph 1366 especially, you can understand, I believe, I hope. And never forget, many, many non-Catholic ministers, intellectuals, atheists even, read the quotes of the first Christians and changed, they converted.

    Our Lord isn’t “resacrificed” as you keep saying imardmd1.


    Catechism of the Catholic Church

    1363 In the sense of Sacred Scripture the memorial is not merely the recollection of past events but the proclamation of the mighty works wrought by God for men. In the liturgical celebration of these events, they become in a certain way present and real. This is how Israel understands its liberation from Egypt: every time Passover is celebrated, the Exodus events are MADE PRESENT to the memory of believers so that they may conform their lives to them.

    1364 In the New Testament, the memorial takes on a new meaning. When the Church celebrates the Eucharist, she commemorates Christ’s Passover, and it is MADE PRESENT: the sacrifice Christ offered once for all on the cross remains every present. (Cf. Heb 7:25-27) As often as the sacrifice of the Cross by which ‘Christ our Pasch has been sacrifice’ is celebrated on the altar, the work of our redemption is carried out. (Lumen Gentium 3; cf. 1 Cor 5:7)

    1366 The Eucharist is thus a sacrifice because it re-presents (MAKES PRESENT) the sacrifice of the cross, because it is its memorial and because it applies its fruit:

    [Christ], our Lord and God, was once and for all to offer himself to God the Father by his death on the altar of the cross, to accomplish there an everlasting redemption. But because his priesthood was not to end with his death, at the Last Supper “on the night when he was betrayed,” [he wanted] to leave to his beloved spouse the Church a visible sacrifice (as the nature of man demands) by which the BLOODY sacrifice which he was to accomplish once for all on the cross would be RE-PRESENTED, its memory PERPETUATED until the end of the world, and its SALUTARY POWER be applied to the forgiveness of the sins we daily commit.

  • Father Groeschel Steps Down From EWTN Show

    09/05/2012 12:13:16 AM PDT · 18 of 29
    stpio to Bigg Red

    “Good observations. Yes, I remember sisters like that, and they taught me well. Very sad what we have come to.

    BTW, I have never gone for a face-to-face confession. We have a small parish and only one priest. He offers the sacrament every Saturday. Those who want the screen use the compartment on one side, and those who want face-to-face use the other.”

    ~ ~ ~

    There are so many sexual sins, partly because dating is for
    sex. I wish we would go back to courting, with family
    around. And every young person understood chastity is a higher calling. And 3rd, that young women understood
    the physical harm of contraception.

    St. Charles Borromeo (1538 - 1584) came up with the Confessional booth.


    09/04/2012 9:35:19 PM PDT · 12 of 16
    stpio to All

    Thank you everyone, comments are funny and sweet. One more
    for the evening. I’ll NEVER forget another miraculous account, it’s not about an angel but it is proof, God is outside of time and reminds us all, humility, humility, humility.

    ~ ~ ~

    How A Vision Of Jesus and A Nun Turned Turned A Man Into A Bishop

    By Michael Brown

    William Emmanuel Ketteler (1811-1877)

    Each of us owes gratitude for our lives and our vocations to the prayers and sacrifices of others. One of the leading figures of the German episcopacy of the 19th century, and among the founders of Catholic sociology, Bishop Ketteler owed his gratitude to a simple nun, the least and poorest lay sister of her convent.

    In 1869, a German diocesan bishop was sitting together with his guest, Bishop Ketteler from Mainz. During the course of their conversation, the diocesan bishop brought up his guest’s extremely blessed apostolate. Bishop Ketteler explained to his host, “I owe thanks for everything that I have accomplished with God’s help, to the prayer and sacrifice of someone I do not even know. I can only say that I know somebody has offered his or her whole life to our loving God for me, and I have this sacrifice to thank that I even became a priest.”

    He continued, “Originally, I wasn’t planning on becoming a priest. I had already finished my law degree and thought only about finding an important place in the world to begin acquiring honour, prestige and wealth. An extraordinary experience held me back and directed my life down a different path.

    “One evening I was alone in my room, considering my future plans of fame and fortune, when something happened which I cannot explain. Was I awake or asleep? Did I really see it or was it just a dream? One thing I do know, it brought about a change in my life. I saw Jesus very clearly and distinctly standing over me in a radiant cloud, showing me his Sacred Heart. A nun was kneeling before Him, her hands raised up in prayer. From His mouth, I heard the words, ‘She prays unremittingly for you!’

    “I distinctly saw the appearance of the sister, and her traits made such an impression on me that she has remained in my memory to this day. She seemed to be quite an ordinary lay sister. Her clothing was very poor and rough. Her hands were red and calloused from hard work. Whatever it was, a dream or not, it was extraordinary. It shook me to the depths of my being so that from that moment on, I decided to consecrate myself to God in the service of the priesthood.

    “I withdrew to a monastery for a retreat, and I talked about everything with my confessor. Then, at the age of 30, I began studying theology. You know the rest of the story. So, if you think that I have done something admirable, now you know who really deserves the credit—a religious sister who prayed for me, maybe without even knowing who I was. I am convinced, I was prayed for and I will continue to be prayed for in secret and that without these prayers, I could never have reached the goal that God has destined for me.”

    “Do you have any idea of the whereabouts or the identity of who has prayed for you?” asked the diocesan bishop.

    “No, I can only ask God each day that, while she is still on earth, he bless and repay her a thousand-fold for what she has done for me.”

    The sister in the barn

    The next day, Bishop Ketteler visited a convent of sisters in a nearby city and celebrated Holy Mass in their chapel. He was distributing Holy Communion to the last row of sisters when one of them suddenly caught his eye. His face grew pale, and he stood there, motionless. Finally regaining his composure, he gave Holy Communion to the sister who was kneeling in recollection unaware of his hesitation. He then concluded the liturgy.

    The bishop who had invited him the previous day came and joined him at the convent for breakfast. When they had finished, Bishop Ketteler asked the Mother Superior to present to him all the sisters in the house. Before long she had gathered all the sisters together, and both bishops went to meet them. Bishop Ketteler greeted them, but it was apparent that he did not find the one he was looking for.

    He quietly asked the Mother Superior, “Are all the sisters really here?”

    She looked over the group of sisters and then said, “Your Excellency, I called them all, but, in fact, one of them is not here.”

    “Why didn’t she come?”

    “She works in the barn,” answered the superior, “and in such a commendable way that, in her enthusiasm, she sometimes forgets other things.”

    “I would like to see that sister,” requested the Bishop.

    A little while later, the sister who had been summoned stepped into the room. Again Bishop Ketteler turned pale, and after a few words to all the sisters, he asked if he could be alone with the sister who had just come in.

    “Do you know me?” he asked her.

    “I have never seen Your Excellency before.”

    “Have you ever prayed for me or offered up a good deed for me?” he wanted to know.

    “I do not recall that I have ever heard of Your Excellency.”

    The Bishop was silent for a few moments and then he asked, “Do you have a particular devotion that you like?”

    “The devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus,” was the response.

    “You have, it seems, the most difficult task in the convent,” he continued.

    “Oh no, Your Excellency” the sister countered, “but I cannot lie, it is unpleasant for me.”

    “And what do you do when you have such temptations against your work?”

    “For things that cost me greatly, I grew accustomed to facing them with joy and enthusiasm out of love for God, and then I offer them up for one soul on earth. To whom God chooses to be gracious as a result, I have left completely up to him and I do not want to know. I also offer up my time of Eucharistic adoration every evening from 8 to 9 for this intention.”

    “Where did you get the IDEA TO OFFER UP all your merits for someone totally unknown to you?”

    “I learned it while I was still out in the world,” she replied. “At school our teacher, the parish priest, taught us how we can pray and offer our merits for our relatives. Besides that, he said that we should pray much for those who are in danger of being lost. Since only God knows who really needs prayer, it is best to put your merits at the disposition of the Sacred Heart of Jesus trusting in his wisdom and omnipotence. That is what I have done,” she concluded, “and I always believed that God would find the right soul.”

    Day of birth and day of conversion

    “How old are you?” Ketteler asked.

    “Thirty-three, Your Excellency,” she answered.

    The Bishop paused a moment. Then he asked her, “When were you born?” The sister stated her day of birth. The BISHOP GASPED; her birthday was the day of his conversion! Back then he saw her exactly as she was before him now. “And have you any idea whether your prayers and sacrifices have been successful?” he asked her further.

    “No, Your Excellency.”

    “Don’t you want to know?”

    “Our dear God knows when something good happens, and that is enough,” was the simple answer.

    The Bishop was shaken. “So continue this work in the name of the Lord,” he said. The sister knelt down immediately at his feet and asked for his blessing. The Bishop solemnly raised his hands and said with great emotion, “With the power entrusted to me as a bishop, I bless your soul, I bless your hands and their work, I bless your prayers and sacrifices, your self-renunciation and your obedience. I bless especially your final hour and ask God to assist you with all his consolation.”

    “Amen,” the sister answered calmly, then stood up and left.

    A teaching for life

    The Bishop, PROFOUNDLY MOVED, stepped over to the window in order to compose himself. Some time later, he said good-bye to the Mother Superior and returned to the apartment of his bishop friend. He confided to him, “Now I found the one I have to thank for my vocation. It is the lowest and poorest lay sister of that convent. I cannot thank God enough for his mercy because this sister has prayed for me for almost 20 years. On the day she first saw the light of the world, God worked my conversion accepting in advance her future prayers and works.

    “What a lesson and a reminder for me! Should I become tempted to vanity by a certain amount of success or by my good works, then I can affirm in truth: You have the prayer and sacrifice of a poor maid in a convent stall to thank. And when a small and lowly task appears of little value to me, then I will also remember the fact: what this maid does in humble obedience to God, making a sacrifice by overcoming herself, is so valuable before the Lord Our God that her merits have given rise to a bishop for the Church.”

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