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Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
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  • Our Times Part I: Our Lady’s View of Our Times ~ Fr Ripperger


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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #1 on: December 17, 2017, 05:37:07 PM »
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  • Our Times Part II: Natural Preparation ~ Fr Ripperger

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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #2 on: December 17, 2017, 05:37:56 PM »
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  • Our Times Part III: Spiritual Preparation - Fr Ripperger


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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #3 on: December 19, 2017, 11:01:44 AM »
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  • I would naturally avoid Fr Ripperger. He has a ton of superstitious material, all those binding prayers, and he left the FSSP to be a diocesan priest. 

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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #4 on: December 19, 2017, 11:16:42 AM »
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  • I would naturally avoid Fr Ripperger. He has a ton of superstitious material, all those binding prayers, and he left the FSSP to be a diocesan priest.

    Well, I haven't watched the videos yet, but I plan to. I have issues with Fr. Ripperger too, in that he strongly criticized the SSPX, even before 2012 when things started to go dicey in the SSPX. He doesn't seem to understand the thinking of +ABL, and why the Archbishop took the course that he did. 

    I don't know why he left the FSSP, but I think that it may have to do with him speaking out against the Vll Council. That's a big no-no for any FSSP priest. 

    He has some blind spots, but overall, he some good insights into the Crisis.

    I haven't heard about any 'binding prayers.' can you elaborate on this a bit?
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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #5 on: December 19, 2017, 12:57:47 PM »
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    Ask him if he can make up a binding prayer to force Catholics to become flat-earthers, okay?
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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #6 on: December 19, 2017, 02:14:16 PM »
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  • Our Times Part I: Our Lady’s View of Our Times ~ Fr Ripperger

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    This one is pretty good. A couple of minor mistakes but nothing serious.
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    Prophesies of St. Francis (Assisi) at mins. 50 - 55
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    sensusfidelium.us is the website, run by "Steve" a married layman who lives in the Rockies.
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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #7 on: December 19, 2017, 03:07:28 PM »
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  • Our Times Part II: Natural Preparation ~ Fr Ripperger

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    This one has an interesting diagram sourced from an old book, shows a staircase with men walking down, as it were taking steps downward toward atheism, min 5. A scroll at the side says, "The Descent of the Modernists." These are labels on the riser of each step, starting on the top:
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    Christianity
    Bible Not Infallible
    Man Not Made In God's Image
    No Miracles
    No Virgin Birth
    No Deity
    No Atonement
    No Resurrection
    Agnosticism
    Atheism
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    "Don't get involved on forums (Internet)" min 14
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    Feminism min. 25
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    The one thing these mow-down crowd shooters had in common was day care.
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    Chastisement is coming -- okay so how about PREPPING? If you have a food supply you'd better have an ammo supply.
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    39:30 globe earth
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    The anti-smoking laws in this country were modeled EXACTLY upon the non-smoking laws of Nazi Germany.
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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #8 on: December 19, 2017, 08:52:34 PM »
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  • Well, I haven't watched the videos yet, but I plan to. I have issues with Fr. Ripperger too, in that he strongly criticized the SSPX, even before 2012 when things started to go dicey in the SSPX. He doesn't seem to understand the thinking of +ABL, and why the Archbishop took the course that he did.

    I don't know why he left the FSSP, but I think that it may have to do with him speaking out against the Vll Council. That's a big no-no for any FSSP priest.

    He has some blind spots, but overall, he some good insights into the Crisis.

    I haven't heard about any 'binding prayers.' can you elaborate on this a bit?
    Of course, obviously I’ve listened to him before, just have learned to stay away.  His binding prayers are basically prayers rooted in the Charismatic Movement/Protestantism which are for lay people to bind and command demons. Because the office of exorcist apparently doesn’t mean much. There’s been a thread on that somewhere. He’s mostly solid, but I just don’t trust anyone like him. 

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    Re: Our Times Part I, 2, 3 (Father Ripperger)
    « Reply #9 on: December 24, 2017, 06:11:03 PM »
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    A staircase with men walking down, as it were taking steps downward toward atheism, min 5. A scroll at the side says, "The Descent of the Modernists." These are labels on the riser of each step, starting on the top:
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    Christianity
    Bible Not Infallible
    Man Not Made In God's Image
    No Miracles
    No Virgin Birth
    No Deity
    No Atonement
    No Resurrection
    Agnosticism
    Atheism
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    Today Fr. gave a sermon on the holy House of Loreto, telling how the Modernists attempted to deny the miraculous aspect of its translation from Nazareth to Italy with two stops in between (Croatia and another place). He said they attempted to explain away the sudden absence of the stone and brick structure in one place and its contemporaneous sudden appearance in another place, by saying that pilgrims must have dismantled the house and carried away the stones by ox cart to waiting ships in the Mediterranean, then unloaded the house on the shores of distant lands, carrying them again by oxcart to the new location where they proceeded to rebuild the house with new mortar, and so on. 
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    Of course, there is no evidence of any of those things the Modernists imagine. They only suggest these as possible explanations because they deny the existence of miracles, and a miraculous translation is the only other possibility. There is no record of anyone taking any of these steps, and there is no evidence of new mortar in between the stones. All the material of the holy house is original stone and sand in the mortar which is only found in Nazareth, not even anywhere else in the Holy Land, much less the rest of the world. 
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    All the stone, brick and mortar in the house is made up of minerals unique to Nazareth in all the world. This is referenced by observations conducted by mineralogists and geologists.
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    No "seams" were found using modern forensic architecture inspection so no disassembly could have been hidden. Parts of the structure are unsupported by the ground without any consequent damage to the integrity of the stone work. The house is setting haphazardly on irregular soil without any foundation while the missing foundation is still located in Nazareth -- where protruding stones precisely fill the voids found in the Loreto walls. Some stones are actually cut in half with the other half of the same stones found in Nazareth in precisely the appropriate place and orientation. The more precise their mapping of each sand grain in the house the more precise they have found its place in Nazareth exactly where it belongs. Even with today's technology it would be utterly impossible to accomplish such precision, since attempting to move unreinforced masonry would assure its destruction. At one point along the route the house was seen by eye witnesses who are on record testifying that they had seen it carried through the air supported by angels and the angel leading the way was none other than St. Michael the Archangel.
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    In the middle of his sermon he pointed out that when the Modernists tried to destroy the old Latin Mass of Tradition, the first thing on their agenda was to remove every prayer in the Missal that has anything to do with MIRACLES. He promised us that you can search high and low "until the cows come home" and you will never find a single prayer in the Novus Ordo liturgy that refers to or recognizes any miracle of God. I've never heard a priest say this before so it caught my attention. But Fr. never puts his neck on the line in any sermon before doing the necessary research, therefore I have no doubt but that he has spent a good deal of time attempting to find mention of miracles in the Newmass prayers that replaced the Traditional Latin Mass Prayers (or Collects - the Newmass has nothing called the Collect -- it was replaced with the "Prayer of the Faithful" which in many cases turns into a free-for-all of spontaneous petitions from the madding crowd). 
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    He even went so far as to point out that he was not including translation of the Newmass into other languages such as English, but he was exclusively comparing the old Latin Mass to the Novus Ordo liturgy in Latin (the so-called original version).
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    (Perhaps he meant also the Tracts, Secrets, Communion and Post-Communion prayers which are either not Scriptural or which at most reflect Scripture, while the Introit, Epistle, Gradual and Gospel are quotes directly from Scripture. Sometimes Scripture mentions miracles, and there are quotations of some Scriptural miracles in the Novus Ordo "readings" such as the loaves and fishes, the walking on water, raising the dead to life and the healing of the paralytic and the blind man, etc.) 
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