Monday, May 18, 2009

Fatima: New Movie: The 13th Day



This looks to be beautifully filmed. And the Christian answer to the Salem Witch Trials.

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M. Alexander said...

Dear Michael H.J.,

If you return to this page I wanted to offer an explanation of why I felt it necessary to delete all FOUR of your posts.
1. This is not your blog. Your sorry blog no one reads. (all 4 posts in two years)
2. You seem disturbed and unstable.
3. You are the type of person who cannot build anything, create anything or achieve anything so you spend all your time trying to tear down others who are trying to build, create and achieve albeit imperfectly.
4. You seem to be at war with the Tradition of the Church. Such is the path of self-destructive peril my friend.
5. You do not write well. You do not think clearly. You are uninformed in spite of the self congratulatory and stunningly delusional description of your life and purpose.
6. And finally please find someone else to bother (or as you put it someone to "endeavor to instruct").

Best,
Mary Alexander

M. Alexander said...

Six comments- all deleted. I think this is a new record!

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M. Alexander said...

Ah, a sedevacantism. How tragic for you.

Where Peter is, there is the Church.

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Michael H. J. said...

It is obvious, too, why you have removed my comments. Your readers would too often agree with me!

MHP

M. Alexander said...

No Michael, my poor lost soul, none of my readers would agree with you but for the person who may be weak in Faith I would not introduce scandal, blasphemy and heresy into their lives. I am unwilling to take that responsibility and would spare them that.

Kindly go away and bother someone else.

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Chris Allen said...

I have to see that. Fatima has always helped me when I've had doubts- and I named my daughter Jacinta.

Pati said...

Sedevacantist or the down to earth truth ? We have to stop these cult like names. There is only one church and that is the Catholic Church outside of which there is no salvation. Where is Peter ? A long vacancy has happened in the history of the CHurch. Do you like history ?
Are you familiar with the Western Schism ? A manifest heretic cannot be called Catholic and cannot be head of Christ's Church, even if the majortiy of deceived catholics accept him. A man who places himself at the head of the Church and teaches the doctrine of Antichrist, does whatever he wants to deceive mankind. It is stabbing our Savior in the back. Like a Judas kiss ! Wake up , when will you take out those blinders off and see !
Those comments should not have been deleted. This way if your responses are credible, you would not have been afraid to keep them posted. If you go ahead and erase mine. I will come back a second time. If you still rebuke. Sad, sad for you. Paul said, after the second rebuke, avoid !

Pati
True Catholic in communion with the True Papacy. Remember the Catholic Church, the one Our Lady of la Salette said will be in eclipse ? Well, that's the one.

Dennis said...

I can't wait to see the 13th Day. I heard this moring it is coming out on DVD in October.

labota51 said...

I want to see this movie! When will it come to the states? Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

augustine said...

i feel sorry for that person who is of no faith or understanding to see the light . Be humble in your heart and look for the light

anna said...

I saw this movie and I loved it. I love the beautiful way that the children were obedient to the Blessed Mother. I loved the faithfullness that she had to them. I loved that they were able to keep a secret. I loved her face and her gentleness. I loved the spinning of the Sun. Ihave no problem believing this movie and that it is a true story. It has no conflict with Catholicism. I fail to see why people are freaking out but maybe i am just a simpletion, like a child. Thank God that I am for I want to enter into heaven. I loved this movie. It actually has made me a kinder and more gentle woman. Thank you.

anna said...

I love this movie, I loved the beauty of the Blessed Mother and I loved the obedience of the children. I learned from them and I have been a kinder and more gentle woman and mother since seeing the movie. It jsut added further depth to my Catholic FAith. I loved the spinning sun,I thought it was going to come thruoghthe screen, it was so real. Thank you and God bless you for this movie.

Anonymous said...

I am very disapointed this film is not being released nation wide in the theaters ! Why wasn't Mel Gibson asked to help?