Who Is Father Malachi Martin?

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A very interesting man and priest, many in the Traditional Catholic Circles recommend him and I am working through his huge and serious work, Windswept House, and I need to return to it and keep reading, even though some of it I had to put down due to how evil the parts of the clergy is in the book.  I do not know much about this man and listening to The Mike Church Show on The Veritas Radio Network with Marianna Bartold on Our Lady Of Fatima, they mentioned this priest and how he saw the full third secret and so while I was off of Radio and thinking on new shows when I return, one had to be on this Priest and who he is, did he remain a Priest or why did he toss off his clerics and wear lay clothing and what is his relationship to the Message Of Fatima?

The Official Father Malachi Martin Website

Father Malachi Martin’s Interview With Br. Francis

I must be fair and share the negative websites on Fr. Martin and ask the tough questions, did he ever try to break up a marriage?  Did he cause a wife to leave her husband to be with him?  Why did he stop wearing the clothes of the Priest for a lay man?

From Paleoorthodoxy The Truth About Malachi Martin

This program is to learn the truth and who is Malachi Martin and if he is a priest or did he leave the Priesthood.  I’m not about sugar coating things, but digging for the truth and finding the truth.

Let us begin to ask our normal interview questions, Who Is Father Malachi Martin?

Was Father Malachi Martin a exorcist?

What is his relationship to the message of Fatima? Did he actually see the full third message and hear it read by a Portuguese Cardinal in the Vatican?

Do you know what it said or supposedly say?

Let us move onto his book Windswept House, I am at the point where it speaks of the sexual assaults and other demonic rituals that happened in North Carolina, why did he write this book?  The reason for me on why I stopped reading it, was these detailed rituals, how did he know what actually happened if he was in Rome?

Is this place where then would be Cardinal Bernardin of Chicago did his dark rituals?

with these dark topics and him talking on Exorcism, who is this Art Bell he always went to speak on his shows?

At what point did Fr. Malachi Martin request to leave The Society Of Jesus?  At this time did he remain a priest or did he join many of the priests who left the Jesuits and put on lay clothing?

There are stories on the internet that he requested to be released from his vows as a Priest to marry, did he remain a Priest and take a wife or did he become a lay man to marry?

See First Paleoorthodoxy link on The Truth About Fr. Malachi Martin 
Then Triumph Communications House Of Sand: The Defense Of Father Malachi Martin

Who is correct and how do we know the truth about this man?

Let us finally get to how he died.

It is said he was murdered, is this true?  New York Post ‘Exorcist’ priest died after ‘possessed’ child spoke to him 

Last question, after all of this information, what is your opinion about Father Malachi Martin?

How Does A Priest Imitate Saint John Vianney Today?

Yesterday’s Post: What I Think A Priest Should Really Be Like

Easy, the books on his life.

The first book, ‘The Cure Of Ars: Patron Saint Of Parish Priests: by Fr. Bartholomew J. O’ Brien.

In this book, you learn how he developed such a strict life of prayer and penance, how he prayed all night long, about how he converted Ars France, every little detail on how to imitate Saint John Vianney, is in this little book!

The second book, ‘The Little Catechism The Cure Of Ars: by Saint Jean-Marie Baptiste Vianney

This is pretty much the Catechism he used and created to instruct the Faithful in the Catholic Faith!

The Autobiography: “The Cure D’Ars : St. Jean Marie-Baptiste Vianney by Francois Trochu

Then His Sermons: The Sermons Of The Cure Of Ars: By Jean Baptiste Marie Vianney

Then His Sermons For All Sundays and Feasts Of The Year: By Saint Jean Baptiste Marie Vianney

Just follow the books, imitate Saint John Vianney one hundred percent, get you and your flock to heaven, that is all you have to do!

Andrew

 

What I Think A Priest Should Really Be Like

Today’s Priest is not how the Church Fathers, especially Saint John Chrysostom with Saint Basil writing in the book On The Priesthood and by Saint Ambrose, On The Duties Of The Clergy, has taught.

These two books, plus the book by Blessed Columba Marmion, Christ The Ideal Of The Priest, and the Great Dominican Thomist Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, The Priest In Union With Christ.

Teach something totally different to how priests are today, today from what I see on Twitter of Priests, worrying about vacations, breaks, time off, being social workers. This is not who a Priest is.

When re-discerning the call to Holy Orders I know I received when I was very young, after hearing different testimonial videos that Mother Angelica did for EWTN of priests when they heard the call, and it was mostly when they were young.  When I did play Masses, the entire Mass was memorized, each part done with care, reverence and proper, after it was over; our wonderful now retired parish priest, came by as he always did to all his flock and checking up on them; and he saw me, and these words “Do you want to be a Priest?”  As a kid, I answered, “I don’t know.”

After my first year of college, nearly lost the faith, but thanks to my mom, it caught fire and bam! I heard those words again, and knew the answer was “Yes!” I contacted the Chancery Office of the Salina Diocese in Salina Kansas, the bishop responded, now Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City; “to study the faith even more deeply.”  What books did I go after? The Church Fathers, first book I bought, The City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo. The first book I read, On The Priesthood by Saint John Chrysostom and then On The Duties Of The Clergy by Saint Ambrose, then those other two books.

These books taught me what a Priest is to be, not what the Priesthood is today and it got me shunned and rejected by religious orders and our diocese.

Today, the Priest is about comfort, taking it easy, not rocking the boat and causing problems by telling the truth and exposing evil.  But a Priest is to imitate Christ in all things, his heart is to be so transformed into the heart of Jesus, that when he is seen by someone, they are to not recognize him, but Christ; as a visitor to Ars mentioned when he saw Saint John Vianney.

The priest is to be a servant, to not please people, to not say things to be accepted, to be shunned, rejected as Christ was, always telling the Truth, no matter the cost to his reputation, and getting souls to Heaven.  Now, a Priest as I mentioned in the beginning, he worries and wonders when his vacation will be, but if he is to imitate Christ from his very ordination, he has no breaks, he never sleeps, always at prayer, always doing his job in saving souls, offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the Sacraments, teaching and instructing the faithful in the Authentic Faith, calling out heretics, defending souls from error!

If a Priest today would do this, the Church would be in a better position than it is now, all these open heretics professing apostate doctrines would be rejected, renounced, and silenced, but the Priest today has no spine, no courage, because they are afraid and are no longer servants to Christ and no longer imitate the Real Christ, but a Christ they have formed through heretical study they were taught in seminary.

There are a small handful of Priests who still are good, true servants of Christ, but mostly, their patron saint is not Saint John Vianney, but Judas and that is how far the Sacrament of Holy Orders has fallen.

Who should a Priest really be like?  Saint John Vianney and imitate him in all things that he did as a priest and use his sermons!

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Andrew Baalman

Continuation On Holy Week, More Developments Of Anarchy In France

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The Little King, Louis XVII

Here we begin Part Four of this Series, ‘A Young Voice Crying For Justice, King Louis XVII, Pray For Us!’

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The book that Father Devaux gave Louis XVII,The Looking Glass For The Mind by M. Berquin, from the Preface of the book: “The following pages may be considered rather as a Collection of the Beauties of M. Berquin, than as a literally abridged translation of that work, several original thoughts and observations being occasionally introduced into different parts of them.

The stories here collected are of a most interesting kind, since virtue is constantly represented as the fountain of happiness, and vice as the source of every evil. Nothing extravagant or romantic will be found in these tales: neither enchanted castles, nor supernatural agents, but such scenes are exhibited as come within the reach of the observations of young people in common life; the whole being made familiar by an innocent turn of thought and expression, and applied to describe their amusements, their pursuits, and their necessities.

As a useful and instructive Pocket Looking-Glass, we recommend it for the instruction of every youth, whether miss or master; it is a mirror that will not flatter them, nor lead them into error; it displays the follies and improper pursuits of youthful breasts, points out the dangerous paths they sometimes tread, and clears the way to the Temple of Honour and Fame.”

I am moving through the volume 1 of the autobiography to Book Five, when the Royal Family was taken from the Chateaux to the Temple, where they were separated and never seen each other again.

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In the next pages, you will read about a man who stole the Kingdom from Louis XVI and how he stirred the people up against the Catholic Monarchy and remake in the image of Masonic ideals and support the anarchist wants.

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This group, Girondists, a more moderate group than the Jacobins, even the Queen tried working with them.

I urge you all to finish reading Volume 1 of the Autobiography where we have left off and now, I will go into Volume 2 and show the official record of how the Little King died.

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With this, I close this series and ask you to read the complete Volume 2 of the Autobiography as well.  I left you the exact details of Louis’ last days without any commentary except those jailers, whose commentary is in these pages.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Requesting Requiem Masses For The Little King, Louis XVII

 

 

 

Requesting Requiem Masses For The Little King, Louis XVII

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Louis XVII, King Of France After The Murder Of King Louis XVI.  My Dear Little Cousin, Pray For Us!

This young martyr for the Faith has been forgotten, for the past two days, according to Youtube Notifications, special Requiem Masses for King Louis XVI, his father, has been offered on Youtube by Schola Sainte Ceile.

Since I am in America and not in a Traditional Friendly Diocese, I cannot just go up to our priest and ask this, but it should be done by those who have done the Requiem Mass and knows all the gestures and the many different sections of the Mass, as you can see in the Mass for his father.  This Mass must not be rushed through, slow, solemn, prayerful, reverent, even a touch of sadness, black Traditional Vestments, the black vestment cloth that covers an empty box that could hold a 10 year old, with the candles around it. Every little detail covered, because he is not just a normal Catholic, but a King who never got to rule.

If you have the setup, able to put wifi in your parish and live stream via Youtube, it would be awesome, so I can attend his Requiem Masses or at least have it recorded and then uploaded onto Youtube.

Anyway, this little King deserves a personal Requiem Masses and anniversaries and remembrances of his death, and deserves not to be forgotten, so keep watching my ongoing piece on Louis XVII and learning about the Life and the horrible tortures and the way he died at 10 years old.

Andrew