I have just discovered your website, and your words ring true in my heart.
In 1999, Pope John Paul II came to my city. I gathered with the crowds to see him pass by in his pope mobile near the Basilica. It seemed an historical day even though I was not Catholic. I was really the last person in line before his procession ended. As he came down the street and when he came in front of me, our eyes met. Immediately I heard in my heart a voice that said "Evil". I was horrified! I thought surely the word must have been referencing me, certainly not the Pope! I shrunk backwards, and was distraught for weeks. My prayer since has been that God would reveal to me the meaning of that horrible experience.
In the meantime my heart is being called to the Catholic Church (which has been so confusing to me after my experience). I'm currently in RCIA with an eager heart to learn, but the classes lack real substantial education and enthusiasm. Again I have assumed that the problem has been me and a wrong attitude.
Then I found your website! You have answered my question regarding the Pope, and perhaps even why RCIA seems so difficult as a post Vatican II church.
Your input would be so greatly appreciated. Should I try to find a Latin rite church instead? I think there are 1 or 2 in the city. I truly believe I am to become Catholic but my journey has been discouraging.
Thank you for your time, I look forward to your answer… I have already viewed the justification video as well as the 3rd secret of Fatima. Frightening and well done…
That's an interesting story. We’re very glad that you came across the material and that you are looking at it. You prayed to find the truth about that experience, and you found our material. God led you to our website because it contains the truth about Antipope John Paul II and the traditional Catholic faith (the one true faith of Christ which is necessary for salvation). Antipope John Paul II was indeed evil and much more, as the material covers (see below). He was not a valid pope, but an antipope. It's crucial to make that distinction. The Catholic faith is the true faith, and it is necessary for salvation. However, to be a true Catholic one must be a traditional Catholic. The material explains exactly how to do that: Steps for those converting or coming from the Novus Ordo.
Before converting, one must be convinced on the issues. You should not remain in RCIA. RCIA is for initiation into the post-Vatican II sect, which is not the Catholic Church (even though it purports to be). We are in the prophesied Great Apostasy, as our material covers in detail. Also, you should not go to a 'Latin Rite' Church. You should stay at home on Sundays, learn the faith and the true positions from the material. The principles are covered in our 'where to receive sacraments' file. When you are convinced, you should follow the steps to convert; and then we can help you with how to receive baptism, a valid confession, etc.
Also, it's very important to pray the Rosary each day and the Hail Mary frequently. That will give you necessary graces to convert and embrace the truth. Eventually people should be praying 15 decades of the Rosary each day and the Hail Mary frequently. We hope you continue to look at the material, become fully convinced, and follow through with the conversion process.
Here are some important materials about Antipope John Paul II:
“Saint” John Paul II Exposed (video)
Babylon Has Fallen, Fallen!! (video)
“Saint” John Paul II’s Heresies (video)
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