I hate to say it, but this video does more to convince me that this is demonic fraud rather than a genuine private revelation. These ecstasies are strange and not like with anything else we have ever seen in the history of approved apparitions. 'The Blessed Virgin took possession of the entire village'? Does the narrator realized what he said?
We are not obliged to believe in private revelations, and we are obliged to obey the Church proper. These things are always dangerous. The … [More]
Bravo Jacek! You should join Marek Jurek's party! Holy Poland, shall overturn this evil! .................................................................................................................... I envy you a little bit, Holy Cannoli...not a sinful envy, just a little 'That's a good thing you will participate in, which I wish I could,' too kind of way...but I hope those weren't Gloria.tv ladies in bikinis!
It is a lovely, instructive video, but when I think of older people and those with poorer eyesight in general, it might be really hard for them to read the texts. Would you consider make the print a bit bigger and bolder?
It seems as though this exorcist was engaging in a kind of personal banter with a demon that Father Malachi Martin (whom this priest attacked earlier) would never have countenanced. The Jesuit made it clear in Hostage to the Devil, the exorcists comes as an envoy of Christ, not himself, and he only questions the demon concerning its name, nature, and how it took possession of the person in its grip. He does not indulge in curiosity.
It's so good to seemen, and young men, too, taking to the streets! Too often the presence of women is over-emphasized and and too greatly sought (even by priests) for such demonstrations. I always thought it hurt our pro-life movement back home that we were virtually all women. The support of men lends a cause a certain dignity that is indispensable to its efficaciousness (because as intelligent as women may be, we are also very highstrung).
A male group lends a cause universality, and forces …[More]
Wow! It sends chills up and down my spine to think of how our Church is truly the representation of reality, pure and simple, and the more we know, the more we see that God's Law is the law of what is, as He is Sum Qui Sum itself, and all evil is a form of denial of reality...to quote Marcus Brody, we 'are meddling with powers you cannot possibly comprehend.' Frightening
I'm not really sure what the argument you hold is.
If you are a patriotic Pole, then I think you have simply misunderstood this news flash. If you are a PO supporter, then I can only pray for you.
My very patriotic Polish boyfriend was talking to me about this priest and his comments the other day, and he's veryproudof the priest for standing against PO and the government. We are both proud that the Vatican has thus far refused to censure the Ks. Rydzyk.
Well, I can see from some of the posts below that indeed Gloria TV has been infiltrated by non-believers.
I don't know if Crusader himself is one such infiltrator, but I think he makes the error that is actually not uncommon amongst Catholics--being more against the devil than for God. It is enough to tell others of these abominations, so they are prepared. There is no call whatsoever to scandalize others by showcasing the work. E.g., it is charitable to warn others against directors such as … [More]
OoooooooooooK, that proposal at the end of the video is more than a bit ridiculous. It's certainly the first I've heard of it, though granted I am hardly a biographer of his Eminence, but see this excerpt from newadvent.org and see if it meshes with the attempt power grab in the video:
' Throughout his life Pole's moral conduct was above reproach, his sincere piety and ascetical habits were the admiration of all. "Seldom", writes Dr. James Gairdner, than whom no one is more competent to … [More]
Uh huh, yeah, that's about the glorification of God and not an ostentatious performance all right. Well, just wait a generation, and that church will be being used with the appropriate reverence again.
I only wish that when I was marching in San Francisco, the organizers would allow us to bring our own signs with us. That army of crosses moving like a wave of tombstones will surely shower many graces on Prague.
Master Woods, come now, it wouldn't have hurt to have mentioned that Mikolaj Kopernik was a priest!
Dr. Woods definitely gives us all the facts one needs to answer non-believers, but another argument is that the proper way to view the incident is that it wasn't dispute between the Church and non-Churchmen, but amongst Churchmen.
Galileo was struck so hard in part because i) He was a proud, haughty man and hated by all his colleagues. And it wasn't because he was always right. Galileo …[More]
I am but on this earth to know something true, to gaze on something beautiful, and to love something good.