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Bishop Mathew H. Clark, Diocese of Rochester, Regarding The Messages of John Leary, June 25, 2000); “the ‘locutions’ are human in origin, not divine” (ibid); “ A preface must be included in all newly printed or reprinted material, such warning the readers that the material contains a number of doctrinal errors.” (ibid)
Bishop Mathew H. Clark has declared that John Leary - a Catholic layman who has claimed to have interior visions of Jesus, Mary and some saints, has misjudged ordinary mental prayer for supernatural communication.
Bishop Clark also said Leary's messages contain doctrinal errors that run counter to the Catholic Faith. Leary was informed of the Bishops decision through a meeting with Diocesan officials and a June 25th letter from the Bishop. However, Bishop Clark stressed that the diocese considers Leary a "Faithful Roman Catholic". The Bishop said he wll not forbid Leary to publish or teach about the messages he claims to receive during the visions, so long as he points out in his published works that the diocese considers the
messages to be of human origin.
This is why aliens won't talk to us.
their prediction that a man called Joe somebody or rather will regain his eyesight. He is very old and senile now so he os not only still blind but he is no where near the man he used to be sadly.
the girls said the great warning and chastisement would happen in their lifetimes.
reply to post by colbe
"(God can do anything)" Quote colbe
Procedural logic is not your forte, colbe (but we love you anyway)
Either God can do 'anything', or he/she cannot...the strong suggestion in posts, such as this, is that God can do 'everything', except avert a perpetually imminent danger, brought upon us and himself/herself, by its own hand (satan, devil...did not create itself)...and regardless of the conveniently placed sin-myth - coupled conveniently with saviour mechanism (extant in the 'life of its own' Christ juggernaut)...with the emerging thought of annihilation (not even the thought itself) God, what can do ANYTHING can dispense with the flea/pea beneath its mattress...if not, God cannot do everything?!
Conchita experienced a Eucharistic miracle.
Conchita reportedly admitted to Father J. Pelletier that she herself had stolen the Host from the tabernacle for the so-called mystical communion.
Just before the visions in Garabandal the four seers had stolen apples. The first vision reportedly began when the girls decided to steal some apples from a schoolteacher's tree. An unseen force reportedly forced the girls to their knees. In this first apparition they saw what appeared to be a holy angel.
Conchita was reportedly often caught in contradictions.
originally posted by: colbe
I already shared a prophecy about the divine Warning taking place close to a time an important person connected with Garabandal dies. Is it Joey Lomangino?