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The hidden sacrament is revealed:

There is, brethren, one God, the knowledge of whom we gain from the Holy Scriptures and from no other source. Whatever things the Holy Scriptures declare, at these let us look; and whatever they teach, let us learn it; and as the Father wills our belief to be, let us believe; and as he wills the Son to be glorified, let us glorify him; and as he wills the Holy Spirit to be bestowed, let us receive him. Not according to our own will, nor according to our own mind, nor yet storming by force the things which are given by God, but even as he has chosen to teach them by the Holy Scriptures, so let us discern them.
God, subsisting alone, and having nothing coeval with himself, chose to create the world. And conceiving the world in mind, and willing and uttering the Word, he made it; and at once it appeared, formed it in the way he desired. For us it is sufficient simply to know that nothing was coeval with God. Outside him there was nothing; but he, while existing alone, yet existed in plurality. For he did not lack reason, or wisdom, or power, or counsel. All things were in him, and he was the All. At a time and in a manner chosen by him he made his Word manifest, and through his Word he made all things.
He bears this Word in himself, as yet invisible to the created world. He makes him visible, uttering the voice first, and begetting him as Light of Light. He presents him to the world as its Lord; and whereas the Word was visible formerly to God alone, and invisible to the world which is made, God makes the Word visible in order that the world might see him and be able to be saved.
This is the mind which came forth into the world and was manifested as the Son of God. All things came into being through him, and he alone comes from the Father.
He gave us the Law and the prophets; and in giving them, he made them speak by the Holy Ghost, in order that, receiving the inspiration of the Father’s power, they might declare the Father’s counsel and will.
Thus, then, was the Word made manifest, even as the blessed John says. For he sums up the things that were said by the prophets, and shows that this is the Word, by whom all things were made. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. All things were made by him, and without him nothing was made. And later, The world was made by him, and the world did not know him; he came to his own, and his own did not receive him.
(Franciscan Roman Breviary)

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I don’t read Catholic Culture much anymore, but I always felt, after the departure of Diogenes, that Phil Lawler was their best writer.  I never had much cotton for Jeff Mirus, he who would spin doctrine into incomprehensible meaninglessness in order to maintain the fantasy that Vatican II introduced absolutely no novelties into the Faith.  I did eventually stop reading the site entirely when I tired of their constant and (I don’t think it unfair to say) outrageous fundraising, but a link from Rorate brought me to this article by Lawler, wherein he wonders just what is going on at a Vatican that appears to be compiling a very detailed enemies list, the better to serve the most merciful of pontificates (my emphasis and comments):

Last week the Vatican Insider—ordinarily a solid source of news and reasonable analysis from Rome [If more than slightly biased towards the…

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Published on Jun 24, 2015

Massimo Coppo sulla piazza di San Francesco in Assisi, sui tempi e il vero messaggio di San Francesco.

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Published on Jun 24, 2015

Massimo Coppo sulla piazza di San Francesco in Assisi, sui tempi e il vero messaggio di San Francesco.

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Mystery Witness In Sackcloth? Massimo Coppo At The Vatican 3-13-13 A Franciscan Monk whom has dedicated his life to Prayer for Over 30 Years. Massimo Coppo arrived in Rome early Tuesday on the train from Assisi, where he is part of a community dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi.
(His Message is one of Humility and Pure Sincere Prayer to Yahweh)
“I want to urge you that instead of taking pictures of me, to please realize the difficult times we are living in, very difficult indeed. The new pope will have a very difficult job and we have to pray and prepare ourselves for suffering…much suffering is coming to the Church, The Vatican and us as individuals. We are nearing the endtimes, so instead of looking at me, look at the endtimes that we are fast approaching.”
“If we humble ourselves before God, he will provide for everything, it is especially important to pray together and ask Jesus to have mercy on us in these times where so many people are suffering and don’t know how they will make it through…and the church has so much to give! It is more than a human institution but sometimes people get confused. This is more than an election of a head of State, more than political matters, it is spiritual and we need to ask the holy spirit for a good pope. The next pope will have to suffer greatly because severe times await the church, particularly the Vatican.”

Yah Bless you italykickboxing for help in translating the Assisi portion of video.
He’s really a simple man , an Apostle and Prophet of God. (his feet are really destroyed….) “Massimo speak like San Francesco..” the Church must go back to being poor .. must be humble! in the true spirit of St. Francesco.” Massimo in this video in Assisi…speak about this Time of big Depression..People that lost job…people that had Suicide.. because they have lost their job..He speak about these Hard Times…without the light of God! He want to awaken the conscience of the people..” (but there are guys..that they said to him..Idiot…Crazy….but He continue with his message of Hope and Conversion over all, despite all the insults..around to him) Massimo want to tell to All People that must be Converted and Believe in the VANGELUM (Evangelium) and the BIBLE prophecies of the last days we are living. His message is Conversion and Poverty..and Real Prayer to Jesus/ God.
The last piece on the Prophecy of Mardcello Ciai from 1995 is in English.

Please pray for God given discernment :o)

Massimo Coppo’s Blog Page
Massimo Coppo’s Youtube Channel (only one video from 12-29-08)

(Published on Jan 21, 2013)
Massimo Coppo while preaching in his underware, like Saint Francis of Assisi often did, in the Town Hall Square of Assisi. (Massimo Coppo mentre predica in mutande come San Francesco, sulla piazza del Comune di Assisi.)


(Published on Dec 29, 2008)
Massimo Coppo Telling of a Prophecy of Marcello Ciai from 1995
Prophecy on the collapse of the world economy with its consequences, and on other actual events, received by Marcello Ciai in the year 1995, together with other prophecies.


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