Prophecy

Rumblings of the Warning: A Pope, a Synod, and a Trip to Moscow

Conchita wrote in a letter on January 1, 1965: “Our Lady said that a warning would be given to the entire world before the Miracle in order that the world might amend itself. It will come directly from God and be visible throughout the entire world.”

The Division of Opinion on Archbishop Vigano

Enter Archbishop Vigano. Carlo Maria Vigano was born in 1941 in Varese, Italy, and was ordained a priest in 1968. His chosen motto for his priesthood is, “I know Him in who I believed” (2 Timothy 1:12). Vigano today is the new lightening rod of controversy with a worldwide audience.

Ukraine and the Prophecies of War

Over the last year several years and more so just recently, Ukraine is again in the international crosshairs causing great consternation and grief. Several key questions must be asked? Why is it so important to the United States? And what can the U.S really do about it if Putin decides to invade Ukraine? What would the war look like and who would be involved? How far will it go into Europe with its repercussions?

A Set Back For a Set Up – The Silver Lining

A man does not yield when the mere universe has turned against him, he yields when his own heart has turned against him. We surrender, not when circumstances are miserable, but when we are miserable. – G.K. Chesterton

The Servant of God Maria Esperanza: Mystic for Our Times

On the feast of the Queenship of Mary, August 22, 1954, a young Venezuelan woman named Maria Esperanza invited some friends to pray the Rosary at her home in Caracas. She was nearly twenty-six at the time, single, working and living in Caracas with her mother.

Medjugorje and The Great Spiritual Reset: The Ultimate Clash of Darkness Versus Light

Medjugorje has confounded secular observers and others alike for many reasons. Many theologians, and
believers in general, bring an unreasoned, preconceived bias of the supernatural as an ingredient in the
spiritual journey. Yet the entire anthology of the Roman Catholic Church and people we call saints demonstrate that the miraculous and mystical were often commonplace.

Signs & Wonders for Our Times