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The Confirmation of Miracles -Divine Revelation, Special Revelations & Apostasy (Recent Miracles)

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A thread of statements, actions and responses have flowed from Francis since Abu Dhabi, when Francis attempted to make all Religions equal. Much support and opposition to Francis being in Apostasy have circulated amongst Cardinal-Bishops, Bishops, and Theologians.

Priests and deacons have no doctrinal authority, so a priest or deacon commenting on the subject without being a Theologian has no weight. It takes “technical competence” (acumen) to be a Theologian (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, On the Ecclesial Vocation of the Theologian).

One source of Infallibility, of which none of the authorities are commenting, are miracles. Miracles by themselves are “most certain signs” or infallible and completely reliable (Catechism of the Catholic, paragraph 156).

Another source of “absolutely certain and infallible” signs are special revelations (Trent, Session 6, Canon 16). Both factors enter into Magisterial Authority and are taken into account in formulating Dogma (Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 2033). Indeed, upon such a revelation the whole Catholic Faith rests The Annunciation.

Lulled into being a sleepy Lobster-in-water meal, in which the heat is gradually being turned up until they are cooked, Theologians have become complacent. This seems to be the time for miracles to step in and settle the case.

Absolutely Certain & Infallible Special Revelations

Another source of Infallibility again relies on certainty, this time absolute. Absolutely certain and infallible special revelations are dogmatized in the Council of Trent (Session 6, Canon 16). Although seemingly incomprehensible to some, I have had long debates and discussions with Theologians, including a President of a College Seminary, who conceded their nature.

These special revelations may or may not be public revelations (Divinely Revealed – binding on all Faithful to believe). The Church has stated that new Public Revelation will come (Dei Verbum, 5).

A general consensus amongst Theologians is that General Revelation (Scripture and Tradition) may not be “amended nor corrected.” This means that the new Revelation will flow from the old. There will be no Koran, Book of Mormon or other deviant scripture to obey or draw from. All public revelation flows from God, who is the “same yesterday today and forever.”

Testimony of Miracles

Miracles, are also infallible being “most certain.” They are a source which lies in direct revelation or confirmation of revelation already given.

Christ confirmed his Messiahship from the beginning by means of miracles (Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 156 & 1335). Indeed, without Jesus’s miracles, he would just be a fast-talker and mental health counselor, not a Messiah and Savior.

When a miracle worker can point to a miracle to demonstrate their testimony, there is nothing the Church can do. Not being an arbitrary organization under the umbrella of confusion, but a Divine Institution guided by the Holy Spirit.

Although miracle workers may seem delayed, they are not. Miracles happen in the perfect timing of God or the “fullness of time” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 484).

Confirmation of Apostasy

Coupled with the miracles, absolutely certain and infallible special revelations, the doctrine of Gregory IX and current Canon Law, which forbids Apostasy, it is infallibly clear couple with the special revelations and miracles that Francis is in Apostasy.

What some Theologians miss is that a pope many commit Apostasy in one act, as was done at Abu Dhabi. Making the revelations of Muhammad, which deny Christ, equal with the Revelations which affirm Christ, is positive affirmations of both Revelations being true. Since it is impossible for Christ to both be God and not – Francis has positively denied Christ and affirmed him, which nets Agnositicism or a net denial of the Catholic Faith.

Confirming Miracles

All my miracles confirm my prophetic revelations as I have said many times before, and continue to affirm. This makes it a doubly infallible prophecy for me, and a primary infallible confirmation for others.

Just take a look at my Rosary turned to gold, The end result of Hurricane Dorian, Locusts at Mecca and other miracles on my account. It only takes one miracle, as intended, to confirm everything. Since miracles require the infinite and direct action of God, no miracle is too small.


Sacred Heart of Jesus, be our refuge. Amen.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us now and at the hour of our passing. Amen.

Saint Michael the Archangel, guardian angel of the Church, intervene and pray for us. Amen.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, patron of exocrisms, intervene and pray for us. Amen.

All you Saints and Angels, pray for us. Amen.


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