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Anne C. Emmerich on Schismatic "Trad" Chapels
"I saw several churches, or rather meeting-houses surmounted by weather-cocks, the congregations, DISUNITED from the Church, running here and there like beggars hurrying to places where bread is distributed, HAVING NO CONNECTION with either the Church Triumphant or the Church Suffering. They were not in a regularly founded, living Church, one with the Church Militant, Suffering, and Triumphant, nor did they receive the Body of the Lord, BUT ONLY BREAD."
-Anne Catherine Emmerich (After first giving a prophecy about the V2-sect church) - gave this prophecy (ABOVE) on the current plague of schismatic "Traditionalist" chapels, whose "learned" charlatans operate these "houses" (businesses) under THEIR OWN damning false notion (for decades) of epikeia. They have no canonical mission ("they were not regularly founded") from the Papacy (in exile) thus, have "no connection" with the Catholic Church. Schism itself, is defined by the Church as a heresy. No True Catholic can take part in these sacrilegious services. As Our Blessed Lord said, "Those who are not with me are against me."

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12.12 | 07:14

St. James the Moor-Slayer (Santiago Matamoros) pray for what was once Catholic Europe!

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