Must watch: Dr. Mazza with startling new evidence from 1963 tying Fatima to other prophecies as they relate to our current situation

This is from Tim Gordon’s youtube broadcast from earlier today. I urge you to watch the whole thing, but he wastes no time getting to the new research. The first 11 minutes are eye-opening. Enjoy.

10 thoughts on “Must watch: Dr. Mazza with startling new evidence from 1963 tying Fatima to other prophecies as they relate to our current situation”

      1. He’s a jerk. The info might be all that matters, but I’d rather find out through another medium.

        And yes I know that’s not charitable.

  1. By the end, the daylight between Tim Gordon and Dr. Mazza, and by extension Ann Barnhardt, was a mere sliver. . . .

  2. St Paul, inspired by the Holy Spirit, wrote the Catholic Church’s first anathema – repeated immediately for clarity and emphasis – “to the churches in Galatia” [note not specifically to their episkopoi, presbuteroi or diakonoi] around 50AD.

    6 I wonder that you are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ, unto another gospel.
    7 Which is not another, only there are some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ.
    8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema.
    9 As we said before, so now I say again: If any one preach to you a gospel, besides that which you have received, let him be anathema.

    50AD. Clear. Simple. Unambiguous.

    Why do so few commentators on Bergoglio mention it?

  3. I don’t think Dr. Mazza does himself any favors quoting Garabandal….the idea that the BVM can’t get the number of popes right is ridiculous. One of the few times I have to agree with Gordon!

  4. Many years ago when I was learning about Catholicism, I saw a clip when the Eucharist appeared in the mouth of one of the girls in Garabandal. It was not there, and then there it was. This phenomenon can only be done by a divine or a diabolical source.

    I would exercise caution here, better not to publicly judge something as false (which means that either the visionary is lying, crazy or is working through a diabolical spirit), as many Catholics feel free to do. The Pharisees blasphemed a work of God because they said that Jesus cast out devils through the power of Satan. No doubt they judged His teachings to be heretical because they had their own ideas of what the Messiah would be like, so they didn’t feel they were blaspheming God.

    1. As Catholics we are not required to believe in private revelation. More so the case when there are obvious inconsistencies – the Blessed Mother discounting the pontificate of JP I because it only lasted a month, Joey Lomangino never regaining his sight prior to his death, Fr. Luis’ body not being incorrupt, etc.

  5. We are not required to believe, but we can still sin. If the Pharisees didn’t insist that Jesus did his miracles through demons, would they have blasphemed the Holy Spirit?

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