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The anonymous website that released the Authentic Third Secret of Fátima on April 21, 2011.
Fátima Portugal, May 13, 2011
The primary purpose of this web site is to educate. We wish to compare and contrast the Catholic Church and the Catholic Faith with the new religion ("Novus Ordo" -- see below) instituted after the supposed election of Cardinal Angelo Roncalli as "Pope" John XXIII in 1958 and his disastrous Second Vatican Council (aka "Vatican II" - 1962-65). We are confident that our web site provides sufficient documentation, esp. at the continually-updated News & Archive page, to prove that since the death of the last known Pope, Pius XII (1939-58), the apparent Catholic establishment in the Vatican has been run by anti-Catholic infiltrators who have done everything in their power to destroy the Catholic Faith and cause scandal and impiety among the faithful, all under the guise of a "Great Renewal" of the Faith and ad nauseam references to a supposed "New Springtime" of Catholicism. The truth, however, is quite the opposite. This web site is dedicated to pointing out that truth.
”Tradition In Action is committed
to defend the perennial Magisterium of Holy Mother Church and Catholic traditions. TIA also works for a restoration of Christian civilization, adapted to contemporary historical circumstances.”
Contains coverage of the Authentic Third Secret of Fátima, the Novus Ordo Revolution in the 1960's, the ridiculous “New Mass.”
About the Papal Encyclicals Online site:
Please note: This is not a Vatican site. Read the following for more information.
For the more complete story, here goes .....
Approximately 95% of the documents on the site were originally found on the Catholic Resource Network (CRNET) which later became EWTN Online Services aka EWTN.com. Trinity Communications was the owner of CRNET and has Petersnet (which is now called 'Catholic Culture'). Confused yet?
At some point in time, Petersnet gave permission to an individual in Australia, who operated a website called "St. Michael's Depot", to post the various Church documents which were originally found on CRNET. Most of the encyclicals on this site were scanned by CRNET from the 5 volume set, “The Papal Encyclicals 1740-1981” published by Pierian Press. For several years, St. Michael's Depot included these documents, listed on a single index page of their website titled "Papal Encyclicals Online".
Around the end of 1999 or the beginning of the year 2000, St. Michael's Depot went offline.
Later on in the year 2000, several of us on the Catholicsource Message forum were lamenting the loss of such a great resource as St. Michael's Depot. One of the forum participants commented that he had previously downloaded all the papal encyclicals from St. Michael's Depot for his personal use.
At my request, he e-mailed me all of those documents so that I could make them available on the web again. This was the birth of the new "Papal Encyclicals Online".
Changes to this website over time have included enhancements such as individual pages for each Pope, encyclical's English titles, an effective search engine, pictures of medieval Papal documents, and other more minor details added to help in research, for the search of individual documents, and ease of navigation.
In the year 2002, after being contacted by one of the webmasters at Petersnet (now Catholic Culture), they also gave me their approval for the use of these documents.
As far as the author of the Papal Encyclicals site .... I'm just a Catholic layman who's trying to help keep these Church documents widely available. All monetary costs for the site, such as the domain name and web server fees, have come from my own personal pocket. Donations or advertising are not accepted.
The Papal Encyclicals Online webmaster.
”This website is dedicated to defending and spreading the Catholic Faith, as taught and defined by the authoritative teachings of the popes throughout history. It is also dedicated to exposing in great detail the post-Vatican II pseudo-“Church” and the New Mass.”
The original VaticanCatholic.com website cleverly promotes the Masonic Trinity while posing as a Traditionalist Catholic website. Originally advertised on Masonic Alex Jones Infowars.com, it does a remarkable job of explaining the superficial theological problems with the Novus Ordo Mass, Vatican II, and the Masonic anti-Popes, but cleverly promotes the Father, Son, Holy Spirit Masonic Trinity and the coming Jewish Jesus as the solution to these problems. It was the frustration with their lies that prompted the creation of the FátimaMovement. Research carefully.
Monitoring the Invisible Empire, the World's Largest Secret Society
The very word 'secrecy' is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers, which are cited to justify it.
President John F. Kennedy
Address to Newspaper Publishers
April 27, 1961
This website’s mission is to alert innocent Catholic Faithful about the treacherous tactics of a pseudo-Catholic group which has gained tremendous influence in the "Church," known as Opus Dei or the "Work of God". The faithful have the obligation to educate themselves as best they can about what is being discussed, to make a decision based on their knowledge, and then to live by it. To do anything less would be *willful ignorance.
"Not to oppose error is to approve it; and not to defend truth is to suppress it;
and indeed to neglect to confound evil men, when we can do it, is no less a sin
than to encourage them." -Pope St. Felix III
The owner of the website, Mr. David Hobson, is a True Catholic who is quite familiar with Church History and Scholasticism (the Theological method of St. Thomas Aquinas). Mr. Hobson intends by presenting sound Catholic doctrine and reasoning, drawn from time-tested (immutable) Catholic teachings, practices and sources; to clearly expose for all (even currently blinded Opus Dei members) the grave errors which pervade entirely throughout this perfidious sect, and thus possibly help save souls.
Since 28 April 1738, a series of Popes have condemned free-masonry, which they called the “Synagogue of Satan”, in ten encyclicals. They excommunicated the Christians who adhered to it. But nonetheless free-masonry intruded into the Church and even arrived at her highest point. During his nunciature in Turkey, for instance, the late John XXIII was admitted in 1935 “into the Sect of the Temple” and received the name of “Brother John”, as Pier Carpi claims in his book “Prophecies of John XXIII”, page 52.
Above: Angelo Roncalli (the future Anti-Pope John XIII) pictured in Turkey c. 1935 A.D.
Roncalli, during his nunciature in Turkey, incurred ipso facto (automatic)
excommunication when he joined the sect of Freemasonry.
The free-masons of the Temple, usually called “Rosicrucians”, see in Christ only an extraordinary man. They deny however his divinity which-as they assert-the Church had attributed to him, in order to falsify his mission, which was only a social one. Like a confirmation of Pier Carpi’s words, Carl Jakob Burckhardt, a high-degree free-mason, wrote in the JOURNAL DE GENEVE: "I know Cardinal Roncalli very well. He was a Deist and a Rationalist whose strength did not lie in the ability to believe in miracles and to venerate the sacred.”
Alex Jones runs Infowars.com and although he is a Masonic Jesuit fighting for his Masonic revolutionary position, he covers news you won't hear on the larger Judeo-Masonic news outlets.
Interesting New World Order Economic Newsite, founder of the Silver Liberation Army. Infowarrior ally and coagitatating revolutionary. Good for lower-level economic news. Remember, the Illuminati don't want your silver or gold, they want your soul.
* The Fátima Movement is not responsible for heresies on external websites. Several of these websites linked on this page are run by known Freemasons. Nontheless, they are provided for those seeking additional resources regarding certain topics.