Dr. Bella Dodd, the famous one-time Communist lawyer who reverted to the Catholic Faith of her youth, has been the subject of much discussion over the past few decades. She is said to have planted 1,100 to 1,200 men into the Catholic seminary system. These men would then rise up the clerical ranks and work to destroy the Catholic Church from within. A talk given by Dodd in 1961 has recently surfaced that sheds some light on this subject of infiltration and the Catholic Church.
It is with great joy that I can tell you that one of the forgotten Dr. Bella Dodd lectures has been discovered, digitized and made available on the Internet.
Lecture of Dr. Bella Dodd
September 1, 1961
I strongly encourage everyone to listen to it. Her message is very timely in our day.
This talk was procured by Dr. Mary Nicholas of Maine who has been researching Bella Dodd for several years now. She has permitted the use of this audio recording on my YouTube channel.
Go check them out!
I am presently working on an essay about the Detroit lecture. More as it develops!
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!
It is with great joy that I am able to release some groundbreaking news to the English-speaking world about Fátima.
The Carmel of Coimbra has constituted a working group in order to preserve and make available the veritable treasure trove of documents left behind by Sr. Lúcia at her death in 2005.
Medjugorje has been in the news as of late owing to the official excommunication of Tomislav Vlasic, formerly of the Franciscan Order.
In the 1980s, Sr. Briege McKenna is famously reported as having predicted that Vlasic would become involved in what is today referred to as the “Medjugorje Phenomenon.”
Last week, Denis Nolan of MaryTV, and a notable supporter of the Medjugorje Phenomenon, attempted to downplay Vlasic’s role in Medjugorje. Nolan argued that Vlasic was “never the spiritual director” of the alleged visionaries of Medjugorje.
Here, however, is a mystery:
Nolan has just run afoul of the “Gospa” of Medjugorje.
The “Gospa” herself stated on February 28, 1982, “Thank Tomislav very much, for he is guiding you very well.”
How will Nolan reconcile this statement of the “Gospa” with Vlasic’s history as well as Nolan’s own statements?