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  7. Mike Bizzaro  •  Jan 28, 2012 @9:08 pm

    The anti-Christs in the supernatural order … they are called heretics and apostates … have succeeded in removing you from Christianity (the Catholic Church) by the Dogma on Automatic Excommunication for heresy … they are frantically engineering your eternal damnation, and are succeeding.

    I have all the proof of this fact on my website > > … on how virtually everyone’s eternal damnation is being brought about in these times by corruption of the truth (this type of corruption is called heresy – against the Catholic Dogma). There are no heretics in Heaven and there never will be.

    On the website …

    Sections 1, 2, 5, 5.1, and 9 > Whatever is not Catholic is heresy and sends you into Hell forever.

    What you think is the Catholic Church of the Catholic God … isn’t … the Vatican-2 heretic cult “teaches” the exactly the opposite, the opposite, and the opposite of the Catholic unchangeable Dogma … this non-Catholic cult was founded in 1965 at the Vatican.

    The Catholic Church has no physical properties, bishops, or priests in these times. The Vatican-2 heretic cult took over ALL of our formerly Catholic properties and has caused the automatic excommunication of the entire personnel hierarchy and all other physical participants in the Vatican-2 heretic cult.

    This loss of Catholic properties (this time around the entire world, instead of a particular locale as in times past) … occurred on 8 December 1965 … the close date of the “Vatican-2 council” which formally promulgated all manner of heresy against the unchangeable and infallible Catholic Dogma throughout the “council’s” sixteen documents … black and white proof that the Vatican property is not currently Catholic and is under the control of anti-Christ heretics and apostates.

    Sections 12 and 13 and their sub-sections > Proof (including photographic proof) of the above two paragraphs.

    Sections 20, 20.1, 20.2, and 20.3 > Proof that the Office of the Papacy fell vacant in 1914, the anti-Pope usurpers previous to the 1960’s set up the apostasy against the Catholic Dogma which we see today.

    Section 3 > The De Fide (of the Faith) Dogma listing. This is what is being eclipsed (hidden) from your soul … barring the door to salvation for you, your family, and friends.

    Section 2.1 > Short stepwise procedure for entering the Catholic Church (which, again, has no buildings in these times) so that you can become a Christian, heretics are not Christians.

    Section 19.1 > Formal Abjuration of heresy, to be made before two witnesses, to reject your heresy and reconcile your soul to the Dogma. Section 19.1 is referenced in Section 2.1 as part of the process to becoming a Christian.

    Section 22 > The fewness of those saved from Hell.

    Saint John Chrysostom, Doctor of the Church, died 407 A.D. >
    “What do you think? How many of the inhabitants of this city (Antioch) may perhaps be saved? Out of this thickly-populated city, not one hundred people will be saved. I doubt whether there will even be as many as that.”

    Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church, died 430 A.D. >
    “If you wish to imitate the multitude, then you shall not be among the few who shall enter in by the narrow gate.”

    Our Lady of Conquest
    Pray for us

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