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Update on Papal Restoration Campaign

Dear Readers, 

 

First ... thank you for all for your prayers and support of the Papal Restoration Campaign (PRC). 

 

*In late May, True Catholics in union with Pope Gregory XVIII gathered on the East Coast to receive all neccesary sacraments (including Confirmation) - and to meet old and new friends.

 

*TCW will be posting an important declassified document from the U.S. State Department on the true papacy - this month.  And other Catholic news content will be added weekly.

 

*The Hierarchy is looking at various locations to possibly hold another meeting/conference.

 

Please email info@papalrestoration.com for more information.

 

 

Blessed be St. Peter, Prince ofthe Apostles!

 
The Papal Restoration Staff
 
3P's: Pence + Penance + Prayer

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Nicholas Gomes | Reply 03.10.2014 13.05

Looking forward to another meeting like the east coast gathering, will be a blessing to meet New Catholics..... Thank You.... O Blessed Mother Mary pray for us.

Bob Coffey | Reply 28.09.2014 20.03

Please keep me informed.

PAPAL RESTORATION STAFF MEMBER 29.09.2014 19.10

Hi, certainly. To be added to our email list, contact info@papalrestoration.com.

Blessed be St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles!

John Harmsen | Reply 23.08.2014 08.33

So who is the real Pope today?

Hans W 25.08.2014 04.12

the real and legitimate pope is HH Gregory XVIII

Robert Thaler | Reply 23.08.2014 01.27

Why certain folks, but not others, are given the light of the true Vicar, brings to mind the shepherds at the Nativity; but why not all the other inhabitants?

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