Sunday, August 11, 2013

 

THE COMET ISON OBSSESSION

KING JESUS IS COMING FOR US ANY TIME NOW. THE RAPTURE. BE PREPARED TO GO.

COMET ISON OBSESSION GOES TO FAR THIS TIME
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2013/08/ohio-man-dies-for-45-miniues-comes-back.html


SOME CHRISTIANS ARE SO OBSSESSED WITH THIS COMET ISON.JUST BECAUSE ITS SO BRIGHT-THEY ARE SO OBSSESSED THATS ITS THE SIGN THAT JESUS IS COMING ANY TIME.YOU TELL ME HOW CAN YOU BE SO FATUATED AND OBSSESSED BY A BRIGHT COMET WITH A BRGHT COMET TAIL.IT SEEMS THIS COULD BE ANOTHER HALE BOP COMET EVENT OBSSESSION-WHEN THE BIBLE CLEARLY SAYS THAT AFTER THE EARTH IS DARKENED AND HAZY FROM THE ASTEROID HITTING THE EARTH AND MOST OF THE 3 BILLION DYING FROM NUKES IN WW3 IS WHEN JESUS RETURNS AT THE END OF THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD.AND THE SIGN JESUS IS RETURNING IS.THE SKY WILL BRIGHTLY LIGHT UP FROM LIGHTNING FROM EAST TO WEST-NOT NO COMET LIGHTING UP FROM EAST TO WEST.THEN YOU KNOW JESUS IS RETURNING IMMEDIATELY TO RULE FROM JERUSALEM FOREVER.NOT BEFORE.

MATTHEW 24:27-30
27 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
28 For wheresoever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together.(WW3 BIGTIME DEATH)
29 Immediately after the tribulation of those days (7 YR TRIBULATION PERIOD) shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven,(ASTEROIDS HIT THE EARTH) and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:(BY NUKES)
30 And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.

BUT THE OBSSESSION WITH THE COMET ISON IS.ITS A SIGN THE RAPTURE IS NEAR SOME SAY.WELL MY BIBLE TELLS ME.WHEN YOU SEE ALL THE BIBLE SIGNS HAPPENING.NOT A BRIGHT COMET GOING ACROSS THE SKY.LOOK UP FOR YOUR REDEMPTION OF THE BODY CAN BE ANY SECOND.SO ALL THE BIBLE PROPHECY SIGNS ARE HAPPENING NOW-WHICH MEANS THE RAPTURE CAN BE ANY SECOND NOW.NOT WAIT TO SEE A BRIGHT COMET ISON AS THE SIGN JESUS COMES FOR US.PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO PERVERT PROPHECIES BY PAYING MORE ATTENTION TO A COMET THEN THE BIBLE SIGNS.

MATTHEW 24:33-36
33  So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things,(ALL THE SIGNS OF PROPHECY HAPPENING IN THEIR BEGGINING STAGES AFTER ISRAEL BECOMES A NATION AND IN CONTROL OF JERUSALEM)(THEN) know that it is near, even at the doors.(THE RAPTURE)
34  Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass,(1967-ISRAELS RECAPTURE OF JERUSALEM=40-51 YRS(A GENERATION)=2007-2018) till all these things be fulfilled.(ALL THE LITERAL PROPHECIES OF THE BIBLE WILL BE FULFILLED(AT LEAST 500 WILL BE FULFILLED)
35  Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
36  But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

LUKE 1:31-32
32  He (JESUS) shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David:(IN JERUSALEM)
33  And he shall reign over the house of Jacob (ISRAEL) for ever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end.(THATS RULING FOREVER FROM JERUSALEM JESUS DOES-NOT DAMASCUS OR NEW YORK)

Be prepared for Comet 2012 S1 (ISON)

Comets are named in the Year in which they are found.  Notice below that the word “Comet” always comes before “2012″.  According to the Bible Codes this comet will either hit the earth or it will be destroyed by the sun.  If one of these scenarios occur then the Bible Codes are proven to be true and not a hoax.  Lets hope that #2 occurs!  Keep mind that we have been talking about this comet for over 5 years.  The name of this website used to be:  2012comet.com
Two statements were found in the Bible Codes:
  1. Comet 5772 (2012) Earth Annihilated (BIBLE SAYS WORLD NEVER ENDS-LIE)
  2. Comet It will be Crumbled I will Tear to pieces 2012
One suggests that C/2012 S1 (ISON) will hit the earth and the alternative suggests that the comet will be destroyed! (lets hope so anyway).

08/ 8/2013 VATICAN INSIDER

Why the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate have been placed under the supervision of a commissioner

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A monk reading a Latin Bible
A monk reading a Latin Bible

“Vatican Insider” takes a look at the traditionalist press campaign and the reasons behind the Vatican’s informed decision to appoint a commissioner to supervise the Institute

ANDREA TORNIELLI vatican city The Pope’s decision to place the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate under the supervision of a commissioner - after the Congregation for Religious requested him to do at the end of an apostolic visit which began last year – and to forbid them to celebrate Mass according to the Old Rite without prior authorisation, has sparked heated media reactions originating from traditionalist circles and critics of Francis’ papacy. There is one basic reason for this: Francis is seen as going back on a Motu Proprio issued by Benedict XVI in 2007 which liberalised the pre-Vatican II missal. Vatican spokesman, Fr. Federico Lombardi has denied that this is the case.American traditionalist blog Rorate Coeli published the text of the decree which announces the appointment of a commissioner to supervise the Institute, including the clause on the traditional Latin Mass. On 29 July, Italian traditionalist blog, Messainlatino, published the official version of the letter the commissioner sent to the Institute’s religious. The news was discussed in greater detail that same day, by Vatican correspondent Sandro Magister, who presented it as the first open “contradiction” to Ratzinger’s pontificate. A reaction also came from Italian news agency Corrispondenza Romana, headed by Professor Roberto De Mattei, who has ties with the traditionalist world and has written a book about the Second Vatican Council, which presents Vatican II as an event which broke with past tradition. Corrispondenza Romana also gathered signatures for a petition to support the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate being able to use the Old Rite. The petition was then sent to the Congregation for Religious.On 7 August, two journalists with close links to the traditionalist world, Mario Palmaro and Alessandro Gnocchi, wrote an article for Italian newspaper Il Foglio with the eye-catching title: “Quella sberla ai Francescani nella chiesa di Francesco” (“Francis’ Church gives Franciscans a slap in the face”). The article says the style of the letter sent by the Holy See-appointed commissioner Fr. Fidenzio Volpi, resembled that of Romanian Communist politician Ceaușescu’s bureaucrats. The two journalists mocked Francis’ message to Muslims for the end of Ramadan as well as his recent trip to the Southern Italian island of Lampedusa. Comparing Francis’ pontificate against the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, the journalists said the latter “are poor and humble without being ostentatious”, whilst the “new pontificate seems to love the cameras and being in the spotlight.” Gnocchi and Palmaro defined the decision to appoint a supervisory commissioner for the Institute a “draconian” measure which aims to weaken the friars in their determination to rediscover and preserve the traditional Latin Mass. The 1962 missal corresponds to the Mass that has been celebrated for two centuries whereas the post-Vatican II liturgy is not linked to tradition.

In a recent interview with Vatican Insider, the former Procurator General of the Franciscan Friars, Fr. Alessandro Apollonio, flatly denied that the Institute’s friars and women religious were in any way involved in spreading the idea that the decisions affecting the Institute disavow Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio. But doubts remain regarding the obvious attempts to transform the Institutes internal issues and tensions to do with faithfulness to the original charisma, into an open battle over the traditional Mass and the supposed betrayal of Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio. This seems to suggest that the Holy See’s decision was either taken light-heartedly or based on “false” information, as Fr. Apollonio himself stated.It is worth remembering that the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate – an Institute which has a strong Marian and missionary ethos, was established in the 70s and takes its inspiration from St. Francis of Assisi and especially St. Maximilian Kolbe – did not originally spring out of a traditional context. The founder, Fr. Stefano Manelli took the Institute in this direction after the promulgation of the Motu Proprio issued by Benedict XVI in 2007, liberalising the Old Mass.In the General Chapter held in 2008, Fr. Manelli suggested a review of the Institute’s Constitutions, to make the use of the Old Rite in conventual Masses obligatory. Opposition to the proposal was so great that it was withdrawn without even putting it to the vote. But in the three years that followed, it was suggested again that Mass be celebrated according to the the Old Rite and sometimes the Rite was imposed. In an interview published on a French blog in 2010, Fr. Apollonio himself admitted that the Old Rite “is our conventual form of Mass and was recommended by our founder.” The Old Rite was even a favourite for priestly ordinations. Although no written law or decision was introduced in the Institute’s General Chapter to make the use of the Old Rite official, it was the “preferred” Rite in convents run by the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate. Some countries, in fact, issued bilingual editions of the book of hours, in English and Latin, so as to encourage people to pray in Latin.In 2012, this led a group of friars – Frs Antonio Santoro, Michele Iorio, Pierdamiano Fehlner, Massimiliano Zangheratti and Angelo Geiger – who formed part of the original community and held important roles in the running of the Institute and in its development and were transferred on various occasions as punishment for their non-traditionalist views – to ask the Vatican Congregation for Religious for the original charism to be restored. They also asked for traditionalist ideas not to be imposed on them, including those which reduced the influence of the Second Vatican Council or presented it as an event which marked an irreconcilable break with previous tradition.Fr. Geiger wrote a letter stating that there were some influential figures within the Institute who claimed the New Mass was for ordinary Catholics, whereas the Old Mass was “for Catholics who were more serious about the faith.” According to this point of view, the “extraordinary form of the Roman Rite” liberalised by Benedict XVI was seen as automatically superior.

A separate chapter addresses the mistrust some of the Institute’s heads feel towards the new pontificate. This opinion is fully shared by certain websites and blogs that try to portray the friars as victims “persecuted” by “enemies” who support the Old Mass and their Vatican sponsors. Those who oppose the line taken in recent years do not believe that the Old Mass and traditionalism should form the exclusive basis of young seminarists’ training. They also do not agree that traditionalist “opinions” should be treated as “law” within the Institute and passed off as a sign of loyalty to its founder, when they should not be imposed on anyone. Particularly, these friars say, as the General Chapter did not consult or issue a mandate on this matter. Traditionalism “has nothing to do with our charisma” and “according to our legislation is not obligatory.”
Added to this, are other problems to do with the running of the Institute, the growing role of its female component which is more united in its support for the proposal regarding the Old Mass, and the pastoral problems linked to parishes where the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate carry out their ministry. A year ago, Benedict XVI’s reaction to all this was to order an apostolic visit. On 9 May 2012, even before the visit took place, in one of his public audiences, Ratzinger greeted consecrated women, seminarists and the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, praying that they would allow themselves to be nourished by the Word of God and the Eucharistic bread, so as to feel cum Ecclesia. This message is echoed in the letter sent by Francis’ appointed commissioner to the Institute’s members.The apostolic visitor handed out a very detailed questionnaire which dealt with all these problems  and as Vatican Insider has been able to learn, most of the members consulted said they were in favour of an extraordinary General Chapter being held or of a commissioner being appointed. This is proof that there are tensions within the Institute and that they are not limited to just a handful of rebel friars who supposedly managed to falsify the truth.So the theory that Pope Francis’ decision is a disavowal of his predecessor’s Motu Proprio does not seem to hold water, as Vatican Insider wrote last 30 July.It is therefore understandable that the Holy See did not take the decision to appoint a supervisory commissioner lightly and only went ahead with it had carefully considered every little detail. The Institute’s official website says that its founder, Fr. Stefano Manelli and the entire Institute of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate pledge obedience to the Holy Father and trust that given this obedience, greater mercy would be shown towards them. In the coming weeks, the commissioner will decide whether this statement should prevail over the pressure being placed on the Institute’s friars by traditionalist circles, to celebrate consciously according to the Old Rite, without asking for prior authorisation. According to these traditionalists, the fact that the Vatican decree does not at any point specify who the “competent authorities” are, gives the friars the right to continue celebrating the Old Rite. 

08/ 8/2013 VATICAN INSIDER

New U.S. ambassador to Holy See will arrive in Rome soon

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Catholic Relief Services congratulate Ken Hackett on his nomination as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See (PHOTO BY CRS)
Catholic Relief Services congratulate Ken Hackett on his nomination as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See (PHOTO BY CRS)

The US Senate has confirmed Kenneth Hackett, former CEO of Catholic Relief Services, as the 10th U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See. He is expected to arrive in Rome late August or early September

gerard o'connell rome Ken Hackett, the new U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See is expected to take up his post in Rome in September, if not in late August - as he himself hinted at the time his nomination was first announced.He was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 1, but has yet to be sworn in at the White House, and get his diplomatic briefings, before he can take up the post.President Barack Obama nominated Kenneth Hackett, 66, the former CEO of Catholic Relief Services (CRS), on June 14 as the next U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See.  He succeeds Miguel H. Diaz who served in  that role from 5 August 2009 to 5 November 2011.The new ambassador is highly respected within the Catholic Church both in the USA and internationally. He has a distinguished record in the humanitarian field, having worked for 40 years with CRS, the official overseas aid and development agency of American Catholics. He joined CRS after serving in the Peace Corps, and was its Executive Director from 1993 to 2011, directing operations in more than 100 countries worldwide, and demonstrating that he posses considerable diplomatic and political skills.Having studied for 8 years in Jesuit schools, including Boston College, he is particularly looking forward to serving as the 10th U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See at a time when the Pope is also a Jesuit. He finds the Jesuit way of approaching questions quite appealing, he told Baltimore’s Catholic Review:  “they look at some of the big, gutsy issues: they take them head on, they don’t shy away from things.  They’re strong in their faith, which makes them strong in their ability to address really fundamental questions.”He foresees “great opportunity for cooperation” between the USA and the Holy See under Pope Francis who “is highlighting some of those things” that were of concern to CRS when he worked there, and which are “basic to our faith”, such as “compassion for the poor, or to put it in more theological terms, the preferential option for the poor”, and “the dignity and sacredness of the individual”. He realizes, of course, that “there will be times where the position of the (Obama) administration differs from the Holy See” but, he said, “I am going to look for – as many of my predecessors did – those opportunities where we can come together and find strength in collaboration, coincidence of interests. There are some powerful connections that together will really make a difference”.
 
He has been watching Pope Francis “focus on changing the way the world looks at issues of poverty and injustice and so many social issues” and said, “I think we as Americans are right there. There is common cause. That makes me excited”.His former employers – CRS, are also excited, and were among the first to applaud his confirmation by the Senate.olh  "We are overjoyed that the country will be represented by a man who through his decades of service has demonstrated his commitment to the dignity and sanctity of life and fighting global poverty," said Dr. Carolyn Woo, the CRS president and CEO,  in a statement on August 2.
"We look forward to working with the new ambassador as he engages the Vatican and Pope Francis towards the common goal of advancing peace and justice in the world", she said.As Chief of the U.S. mission to the Holy See, Hackett will lead a team of ten professional staff, including five U.S. diplomats, and local support staff,  at the Embassy on Rome’s Aventine Hill. 

08/ 7/2013 VATICAN INSIDER

“Joining the seminary is as serious as getting married,” Pope tells new seminarists

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A priestly ordination
A priestly ordination

Today Francis met a group of young seminarists who came to Rome to commemorate the 35th anniversary of Paul VI’s death

vatican insider staff rome Today the Pope advised a group of young seminarists to show seriousness as they begin their new vocations. “You will see it is a joy, a joy, but it is not a game. This is a serious thing. It is like getting married. It is a serious life choice. But when you take something seriously it becomes beautiful. Difficult though it may be,” the Pope told a group of young people from the Italian city of Brescia who have started their vocational discernment. Francis met them yesterday in Rome, on the occasion of Paul VI’s 35th death anniversary. Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano reports.
 
The newspaper described yesterday afternoon’s events, when the Pope went to pray at the tomb of his predecessor. “It was just after 2 pm when the Pope went down to the Vatican Grottoes from the Largo Braschi entrance to visit Pope Montini’s tomb. He stood here for a few moments of private prayer. A little later the Brescian Bishop of Bergamo, Francesco Beschi, a great admirer of Paul VI, celebrated a commemorative mass, attended by many of Pope Montini’s fellow Bergamascans and numerous faithful who still remember the late pope with deep fondness.”

“There were about sixty young seminarists and novices from the diocese of Brescia among the faithful, who wanted to pay tribute to their Pope by coming to Rome from the central Italian municipality of Poggio Bustone, on foot.” “After mass they wanted to meet Pope Francis, who gladly accepted. He told them so in person when he went to meet them in front of St. Martha’s just after 6 pm: “Thank you so much for this visit. It’s great, I’m so glad,” he said. He greeted them one by one, listening to the stories they had to tell. He then advised them to take their vocation seriously and had a photo taken with them before saying goodbye,” L’Osservatore Romano reported. 

Netanyahu back in the hot seat after hernia operation

Full authority reinstituted as doctors clear prime minister for work; weekly Cabinet meeting postponed

August 11, 2013, 12:03 pm 2-The Times of Israel

Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital director Yuval Weiss cleared Netanyahu to return to work in a phone call with cabinet secretary Avichai Mandelblit, thus relieving Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon of his interim duties.
“I wish express thanks to the medical team who cared for me dutifully and professionally and all the citizens who inquired about my health,” said the prime minister in a statement. “I continue to constantly care for your welfare and security.”Netanyahu, 63, was said to have felt abdominal pain Saturday evening, prompting his personal physician Tzvika Berkovich and surgeon Aryeh Durst to examine him. A CT scan showed he had an umbilical hernia and doctors immediately decided to operate.Netanyahu was reportedly in “good spirits” before the procedure, and that his blood pressure and pulse were normal. He hadn’t needed a wheelchair to take him to the operating room.Netanyahu’s operation was performed at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital by a medical team led by Durst and Aviram Nissan, head of the surgery department, starting just past 2:30 a.m. He was first put under a local anesthetic, but was then placed under general anesthesia — at which time Ya’alon assumed temporary acting prime minister authorities.Netanyahu will be released later Sunday to recuperate further at home.Netanyahu was scheduled to oversee a ministerial meeting Sunday to finalize the first stage of the release of Palestinian prisoners as part of the resumption of peace talks, but the Prime Minister’s Office said that the session would be chaired by Ya’alon.The weekly cabinet meeting, regularly scheduled for Sunday mornings, has been postponed to Monday.The second round of peace talk meetings, set to take place in Jerusalem and Jericho, are still scheduled for Wednesday.



Netanyahu to Kerry: Palestinians continuing incitement against Israel

After Erekat’s letter to secretary about Israel’s continued settlement construction, PM retorts with complaints about PA officials’ incendiary comments on Israel

August 11, 2013, 6:17 am 19-The Times of Israel

“Instead of educating the next generation of Palestinians to live in peace with Israel, the education of hate poisons them against Israel and lays the groundwork for continued violence and terror,” he wrote.Netanyahu pointed out, for example, that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s comment that a future Palestinian state wouldn’t have a single Israeli in it — which Abbas made as peace talks kicked off in Washington two weeks ago — was a form of incitement.He also pointed out that an anchor on the PA’s official news channel stated, during a broadcast of the Barcelona soccer team’s visit to the West Bank last week, that the state of Palestine would extend from Rosh Hanikra to Eilat, i.e. the entire length of Israel, constituting another incendiary statement.Last week, during a trip to Israel by a delegation of 36 House Democrats to Israel, Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland), the second-ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives, addressed the issue of Palestinian incitement, particularly youth being taught hateful messages about Israelis.“Erekat talked about the necessity to live together with mutual respect,” Hoyer said about his meeting with the Palestinian chief negotiator at a Jerusalem press conference. “I asked him whether their school curriculum would comport with that objective… He said they haven’t done so perfectly, but that he believes they’re working on reaching that objective.”Speaking during the AIPAC-affiliated trip, Hoyer said that there has been “too much teaching of violence, too much perpetration of violence, and too much teaching of prejudice,” in the Middle East and that “no group on Earth” has been the object of as much discrimination and hate as the Jews.Hoyer told reporters he would follow up on the issue with the State Department and other officials when back in Washington.In his letter to Kerry Thursday, Erekat said the Palestinians have a hard time understanding how peace talks can move forward while settlements expand. He said the Palestinians see the move as direct defiance of the US role in facilitating negotiations.Israel’s latest settlement announcements were an indication of “Israel’s bad faith and lack of seriousness” in the talks, Erekat stated. He urged Kerry to “take the necessary action to ensure that Israel does not advance any of its settlement plans, and abides by its legal obligations and commitments.”Addressing Israel’s expansion of settlements during peace talks, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said US officials were speaking with the Israeli government to express concern about the settlements.“We do not accept the legitimacy of continued settlement activity and oppose any efforts to legitimize settlement outposts,” Psaki said. “The secretary has made clear that he believes both of the negotiating teams are at the table in good faith, and are committed to working together to make progress.”Settlements have long been a contentious issue between the Palestinians and Israelis.The Palestinians want to establish a state in the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem — lands Israel captured in 1967. The renewed talks are to draw Israel’s borders with such a state. Since 1967, Israel has built dozens of settlements in the West Bank — deemed illegal by most of the international community. Some 560,000 Israelis live in settlements.On Thursday, a military official confirmed that the Defense Ministry had approved construction plans for more than 1,000 new apartments in settlements. This means the plans move forward, but still require final approval before construction can begin.
Earlier last week, the Cabinet expanded its list of West Bank settlements eligible for government subsidies. The Cabinet approved a range of housing subsidies and loans for more than 600 Israeli communities deemed “national priority areas,” including poor towns and 91 settlements.The Associated Press contributed to this report.



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