Anne a lay apostle: 2021

Back in 2006, I began to watch the rather curious case of the alleged locutionist Kathryn Ann Clarke, who goes by the name “Anne a lay apostle.”

In 2012, I published an article about her with Catholic Stand that made several serious observations against Clarke’s credibility as a “locutionist.”* To this day, no one has refuted these observations.

Since this article, nothing that has come to my attention about Clarke and her Direction for our Times organization (DFOT) has allayed my concerns about her claims. Word has recently gone out from DFOT that Kathryn has allegedly received new locutions. As of the time of this writing, three have been published by DFOT. I have all three, but the second one alarms me and for a couple of reasons, only one of which I will discuss here.

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Pensar Fátima Congress: Paper Published

Hi Everyone!

In June of 2017, the Santuário de Fátima held its centenary Congress “Pensar Fátima.” I was in attendance and delivered a paper.

Back in early 2019, that paper was selected to be included in the official Acta of the Congress. I am happy to report that those Acts have now been published in two volumes (here and here).

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