crime has been committed against the Catholic Church and the world at large.
The perpetrators of this crime are men who hold high offices in the Catholic
hierarchy; their names will be introduced in the course of this
of this crime include you and your loved ones. The consequences of the crime
have already been catastrophic, and if those responsible are not turned from
their current course very soon, the ultimate result will be nothing short of
apocalyptic in its dimensions. Indeed, even non-Catholics and unbelievers have
the sense today that the world is heading toward an apocalypse. The commission
of this crime is one of the principal reasons that this is so.
matter of the crime that concerns us is commonly known as the Message of
Fatima. In 1917 the Mother of God consigned to three saintly children at
Fatima, Portugal a message of utmost urgency for the Church and mankind; a
message authenticated by an unprecedented public miracle predicted three months
in advance and witnessed by 70,000 people; a message whose prophecies of future
world events have thus far been fulfilled to the letter; a message pronounced
worthy of belief by the highest authorities of the Catholic Church; a message
whose authenticity is attested to by a succession of Popes, including the
reigning Pope, who has himself alluded repeatedly to the apocalyptic elements
of the message.
of the crime is a systematic attempt, since the year 1960, to conceal,
misrepresent and deny the authenticity of this message even as its alarming
prophecies are being fulfilled before our very eyes. As we will prove, this
attempt to murder the Message of Fatima has been perpetrated by none other than
churchmen at the very summit of the Catholic hierarchymen who belong to
the Vatican apparatus that surrounds an ailing and increasingly debilitated
has a motive, assuming the criminal is not insane. The men involved in this
crime are not insane, and we believe they do have a motive. While motive may
sometimes be difficult to prove, the evidence of motive in this case is
presuming that the perpetrators are conscious enemies of the Church (although
some of them may well be), based on the evidence it appears that the probable
motive for the crime is this: The perpetrators recognize that the contents of
the Message of Fatima, as understood in the traditional Catholic sense, cannot
coexist with decisions made since the Second Vatican Council (1962-65),
decisions which they unswervingly carry out, to change the entire orientation
of the Catholic Church. This change of orientation would (if it were possible)
convert the Catholic Church from a divine institution that directs its earthly
activity toward the eternal salvation of souls, to a mere co-participant with
human organizations in the building up of a utopian world "brotherhood" between
men of all religions or no religion at all.
orientation of the Church pursues a vision of the world as illusory as it is
contrary to the Churchs divine commission to make disciples of all
nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.
This new orientation is, in fact, the cherished goal of those organized forces
which have been conspiring against the Church for nearly 300 years, and whose
activities stand exposed and condemned in more papal pronouncements than have
been issued on any other single subject in Church history.
This is not
to say that the Church Herself would ever officially renounce Her divine
commission, for this is impossible according to the promise of Our Lord
concerning the survival of the Catholic Church on earth until the end of time.
But it is undeniable that since the Second Vatican Council much of the human
element of the Church has effectively ceased to pursue that commission for the
sake of a modern, more politically correct, approach to the world. Given the
promises of Our Lord and of Our Lady of Fatima, the end of this experiment and
the restoration of the Catholic Church is inevitable; but until this happens,
many souls will be eternally lost and we will continue to witness the worst
crisis in the Churchs historya crisis foretold, as we will
demonstrate, by the Virgin of Fatima Herself.
and circumstantial evidence of the crime indicate that it extends to the
deliberate concealment of that part of the Message of Fatima which predicts
precisely this attempt to change the orientation of the Church, and the ruinous
consequences of that attempt. The hidden portion of the Message, commonly known
as the Third Secret of Fatima, would thus be a heavenly indictment of decisions
made and actions taken by the very men who have perpetrated this crime.
evidence shows that the crime also extends to tampering with the last surviving
witness to the Fatima Message, Sister Lucia dos Santos. Sister Lucy has been
subjected to secret "interviews" and other forms of pressure in an effort to
alter her unvarying testimony on the authentic content of the Message, which
stands in the way of the perpetrators pursuit of the new orientation of
This is the
crime, and this is the motive. Now it is our burden to prove both. We will
endeavor to do so in the succeeding pages, using the very statements of the
accused, the testimony of other witnesses, and a great deal of other evidence
to establish their guilt. And when we are done presenting the evidence, we
shall ask you, the reader, to render a verdict. Not a verdict in the legal
sense, for we have no right to constitute ourselves an ecclesiastical court. We
mean, rather, a verdict representing the conscientious belief of members of the
faithful that good grounds exist for investigation of the crime we allege here,
and for its prosecution by the highest authority in the Church: the Supreme
Pontiff, John Paul II, or his successor, as the case may be.
ask you, then, to render a verdict that amounts to a kind of indictment of the
accused for the crime alleged. We shall also ask for your help in handing up
that indictment to the Pope, in keeping with the God-given right of the
faithfulinfallibly defined by the First Vatican Council and guaranteed by
Church lawto petition the Supreme Pontiff directly and immediately for
the redress of just grievances in the Church. In making these requests we have
in mind as well the teaching of Saint Thomas Aquinas, and the unanimous
teaching of the doctors and theologians of the Church, that "if the faith were
endangered, a subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly."
considering the evidence we are about to present, we ask you to keep one
overarching principle in mind: As Saint Thomas teaches, there is no argument
against a factcontra factum non argumentum est. If a statement is
contrary to fact, then no authority on earth can expect us to believe it. Thus,
for example, if a high-ranking prelate in the Vatican were to issue a decree
that Catholics must believe that the Eiffel Tower is located in Saint
Peters Square, that would not make it so, and we would be obliged to
reject the decree. For the fact is that the Eiffel Tower is located in
Paris, and there is no argument against that fact. Therefore, no man, no
matter what his authority, can demand that we believe something that is
manifestly contrary to fact.
shall see, however, the crime involving Fatima is largely an attempt by certain
men who enjoy high offices in the Church to impose upon Catholics an
understanding of the Message of Fatima that is plainly contrary to
factas, for example, the claim by these men that a consecration of Russia
to the Immaculate Heart of Mary can be accomplished by consecrating the world,
while deliberately avoiding any mention of Russia.
Church Herself teaches (cf. Vatican I and John Paul IIs encyclical
Fides et Ratio), the faith does not conflict with reason. Catholics are
not expected to suspend the use of their reason, their common sense, in order
to be Catholics. That would not be faith, but blindnessthe blindness of
the Pharisees. And so it is with the Message of Fatima. No matter what some men
in the Vatican would prefer, the Church does not expect us to believe
nonsense when it comes to what the Message really means.
We ask you,
then, to use your common sense, to keep an open mind, to consider the
evidence dispassionately, and then decide. Indeed, you must decide. For
if the charge we have made is true, then what is at stake in this case is
nothing less than the salvation of millions of souls (possibly including your
own), the welfare of the Church and the survival of civilization itself in this
age of humanity. For no other reason did the Mother of God deliver the Message
of Fatima to our increasingly endangered world.