So You Seek A Miracle?

Fatima PaperOn October 13, 1917, your great, great grandfather and grandmother sat together on a sofa somewhere in the world as a miracle was filling the skies in Portugal.  In the days that followed they heard the news, practically everyone worldwide heard the news, that a genuine miracle had occurred, and the most unlikely thing had happened.

The sun had danced around the sky and been witnessed by a crowd of between 30,000 and 100,000 people, including media, there to see it.  It was, in many ways, the biggest news story in the world.  To repeat: The sun had danced around the sky.  Is it possible?  It would hardly have been a miracle if it was possible.  Did it happen?  There is no court system in the world that does not allow witnesses to establish truth.  There were thousands of witnesses.  The sun had danced around the sky.

What could lead to such an event?
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The Bishop Review

bishops mitreBeginning in the summer of 2018, the Traditian Order will start its process of grading the bishops of the Church, all around the world, regarding their respect for, and defense of, Catholic tradition.  This will include a review of their comments compared side by side with the tenets of the Oath Against Modernism.

We expect that one a week will be reviewed, perhaps more in the early weeks, and at the end of the discussion they will receive a grade from A to F from the Order.

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