Hello Everyone! I hope that the first few weeks of the new year have gone by well for you!
On May 13, 2019, I gave a talk in Ishpeming, MI on Marian Consecration and Fatima. I have made the talk available on my YouTube channel.
There was a group of people at the parishes in Ishpeming who were preparing for consecration to Mary. I was contacted either in February or March by a member of this group and was asked to give a talk about Marian consecration in relation to Fatima. I had not given such a talk before, but thankfully, I had some thoughts in my head and was able to organize them along with other material.
You’ll find the result of my preparations in this talk.
I also made a PowerPoint presentation to go along with the talk. My remarks were written out in advance, though there were numerous times that I went “off script” with the audience.
For the present video, I took digital stills of the PowerPoint and arranged them accordingly to the audio file.
I decided to upload to my YouTube channel a video that I filmed 8 years ago.
On July 30, 2011, Br. Ignatius Prakarta, OSB, made his solemn profession of monastic vows in Norcia, Italy. I was present and filmed a good part of the ceremony. This was about 5 years prior to the earthquakes that destroyed the beautiful Basilica of St. Benedict in the summer of 2016.
For some background to the present post,
please click here and here.
Between 2015 and 2016, I had written about an alleged seer named Charlie Johnston. Based in Colorado (Archdiocese of Denver), Charlie had made some pretty spectacular prophesies that, ultimately, fell flat on their face. His Archdiocese issued a couple different warnings about him.
A few months ago, I came across a talk from Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen on The Demonic Today. The talk struck me very much. A friend transcribed the talk for me and I would like to make it available for you here.
Back on September 10th, I had just finished a work-out and was passing by a racquetball court. It was very early in the morning and no one was using the room. It has some beautiful acoustics and so I decided to record myself chanting Benedicamus Domino.
The piece is not very long, not even a minute, but I posted it today on my YouTube channel for anyone interested.