Thursday, June 8, 2017

THE GOSPEL WITHOUT MIRACLES

Posted by Chuck White



Kiko Argüello, who has been painting icons in the tradition of the Eastern Church for almost five decades, does not seem to have ever included even one of Christ’s miracles in his work. With the discovery of a trove of his secret catechisms in Italy, we now know why.  Read more.

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful article.

    Slowly the NCW will have to "accept" correction. (But we too must look at our "own" lives and "accept" correction!)

    Here's a link, where a Bishop does the right thing and tells the NCW to change their Liturgy after 39 years of doing it wrong.

    http://catholicherald.co.uk/news/2017/06/06/bishop-of-lancaster-restricts-neocatechumenal-way-liturgy/

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  2. This is another example of why he copies and modifies icons for use by the NCW cult. These icons (Ki-cons), form part of his heretical teaching which he has put into his drawings.

    Many people have commented that they have noticed that the "face of Christ" in many of these icons (Ki-cons) are very similar to his face.

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    1. Kiko does not look like Christ in the least. His ugly face mirrors artist concepts of satan.

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  3. New International Version
    that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me.

    May we charitably strive to be ONE, so that Jesus will see that we did our part - so that the world may BELIEVE that the Father sent His Son.

    On that note, Pope Francis has asked us to pray for peace Thursday June 8th at 1 PM Rome time.

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    1. Amen. It seems to me that truth-telling is a prerequisite for unity. That's certainly true for marriage, no? And the Church has been telling stinking, damned lies and keeping secrets for decades. Truth comes first.

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  4. My friend from Italy, Lino Lista corrected me. Kiko does believe in healing - but only by listening to his catecheses.

    From the NCW Catechetical Directory, Vol. 6, Traditio Symboli, 2001 edition, pp 178-179, translated from the Italian:

    (Kiko) "I remember a pastor who, when he was the rector of the seminary, had a three-day trip with the seminarians. He was at the edge of madness; He had a tremendous guilt and could not sleep at night. After listening to one of the first [initial] catecheses, this man, for the first time in 15 years, succeeded in sleeping well; his healing started from that day."

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  5. So first Kiko tells us Carmen is a saint of a superior nature! Now, I guess he is trying to convince himself he is equal to Carmen. "After listening to one of the first [initial] catecheses, this man, for the first time in 15 years, succeeded in sleeping well; his healing started from that day."

    Suggestion to Kiko - join Carmen and let God be the judge, not you.

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