Interview with Michael O’Neill

Hi Everyone!

Michael O’Neill interviewed me for his Miracle Hunter program (now on EWTN). We discussed the recent news about the new working group for the Sr. Lúcia Archive.

Click on the November 21, 2020 show for the details!

See my previous post for the working translation of the information from the Sr. Lúcia bulletin!

-KJS

Been Busy: Some Updates

Hi Everyone!

I have been a rather busy beaver lately. A couple of weeks ago, Inside the Vatican released a two-part interview with Fr. Charles T. Murr that was conducted by yours truly.

Part I

Part II

In this interview, we are introduced to the person of Mother Pascalina Lehnert through Fr. Murr, her godson. Additionally, Fr. Murr provides some very poignant information regarding the Archbishop Annibale Bugnini connection to Freemasonry about which I reported on last May. You don’t want to miss this interview with Fr. Murr.

I can also tell you that we are working on a second interview with Fr. Murr. Wait until you see what he says next!!

Please consider subscribing to Inside the Vatican to get these and other quality materials.

Also, I am now permitted to reveal the name of the theological journal in Europe that has published my essay in response to Archbishop Viganò. It is the Rivista Teologica di Lugano. You will find it in the 2nd volume of the year 2020. An abstract can be found here.

Be sure to watch the video version of this essay.

I have a few more things in the works. For now, however, I hope that you enjoy these present materials.

-KJS

CNA Mention

I was notified yesterday that Catholic News Agency referenced my work on Fátima in an article written by J.D. Flynn. The article discusses the recent letter from Archbishop Viganò to President Trump. Here is the reference (with some preceding text for context):

Weeks before that letter, in April, Viganò gave an interview in which he declared that the Vatican has been for decades concealing the third secret of Fatima, despite the publication in 2000 of the third part of Mary’s message from the apparition at Fatima, by order of Pope St. John Paul II, and despite an accompanying theological commentary written by then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who became Pope Benedict XVI.

Speculation that Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI lied about releasing the message of Fatima is a common topic among Catholic sedevacantists and other conspiracy theorists.

Kevin Symonds, author of a book on the third part of the Fatima messagewrote subsequently that Viganò’s “grasp of the details is not very precise,” and, under scrutiny, “quickly breaks down.”

“Archbishop Viganò’s remarks indicate a lack of knowledge on the history of the third part of the secret of Fátima. The archbishop faces a grave danger: uninformed statements undermining his credibility,” Symonds added.

Also, it appears as though the article that I wrote to Catholic Herald is no longer behind a paywall. I was not aware of this development and found out when I clicked the hyperlink that Mr. Flynn had referenced above. I’ll be going back and updating my previous post about this article.