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Freemasonry is Conquered by Mary - Dr. Miravalle: Mcasts191

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Dr. Mark Miravalle and how Mary conquered Freemasonry. He refers to the writings St. Maximilian Kolbe, and recent popes about how opposed it is to Christianity. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: mary@motherofallpeoples.com Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=33581


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  1. Andrew W. Smith
    1 year ago

    I listened to this once again, and had a few more thoughts. The cult of the Blessed Virgin Mary ("cult" is used as it ever was in Catholicism to define the canonized Saints) in the Catholic Church derogates and sometimes obviates Jesus Christ Himself in Catholic thought. Why? No Freemason in history, to my knowledge, ever had "his guts torn out" due to not observing an oath. However, under the Catholic Inquisition, this apparently happened frequently, as well as many other, even more horrible, tortues and killings. Saint Joan of Arc was burned by the Inquisition and then was canonized a Saint. Why? General Albert Pike did write "Morals and Dogma," but I have read it many times and it in no way leaves God out of the life of Freemasons. Quite simply, Freemasons cannot be atheists, and atheists cannot be members of the Freemasons. The speaker above has set up a straw man in order to knock it down as being a Freemason. Why? The Catholic Church after Vatican Council II in 1965, is dry-as-dust, and no manner of elevating Mary above Her Son can make it recover real spirituality. [I dare this publication to print this and let it be refuted. I welcome it, in fact!]

  2. abey
    1 year ago

    The truth of St. Maximilian Kolbe is the truth of Mary herself. Freemasonry & Jesus are totally on the opposites. Understood this way, where in the truth the Temple was built for "The Arc of the Covenant ", freemasonry projects is as the Arc made for the temple, is to say where the temple denotes the body of Christ that which is made for Him & not Him made for the body which is but to project man as God, to the Abomination of Desolation Prophesied, the deceit of the devil at & from Eden to know the enmity put by God between the Satan & the Woman is the difference between Freemasonry & its Arch Enemy specially the Catholic Church, respectively. To note also the power that drives Freemasonry is Witchcraft having similar initiations to beliefs of Ancient Egypt come in its modern Avatars which is to Spiritual enslavement, against which is the battle of Our Lord. Freemasonry by its witchcraft are condemned & severely warned against by none other than Mary herself in the very presence of The Lord, to which I bear witness, for we who are off Him & not He who is off us, as it was in the beginning to the perfect family order.

  3. Andrew W. Smith
    1 year ago

    Freemasonry conquered by Mary? Not likely, now or ever. The highly moral and men of integrity of Freemasonry is one of the best allies of Catholicism in this time of moral degradation. This week, I went to Ash Wednesday services, and then later attended the Lodge. Both were wonderfully spiritually stimulating. Freemasons will not accept any atheists into their group. And their works of charity are every bit as important as those of Catholicism. It would be a great help if the two entities could make a pact , and help keep the evils of society at bay, whether in the Government or in society at large. Progressive liberalism and moral relativity are making too many inroads into our American social fabric. The Blessed Virgin Mary, of course, can help; but, then too, can Freemasonry.

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