The case against Fr Nicholas Gruner                                                                                                                                       The fact that the Third Secret was related to three small children, implies that it must be essentially simple in content. Then we have a further clue from Sr Lucy when she stated: ‘It’s in the Gospels and the Apocalypse – read them!’ The last pointer comes when Our Lady announced on 13th June 1929 that ‘the moment has come when God asks the Pope in union with all the Bishops of the world, to consecrate Russia to my Immaculate Heart, promising the save it by this means’.. The significance being, that unless the Pope complied, Russia would spread her errors throughout the world, provoking wars and persecutions of the Church and of the Holy Father’ in a process leading to what is foretold in the Third Secret. And as the consecration was never made, it implies that from that ‘moment’ what she foretold became imminent and so: something was happening then which would in time culminate in that grave crisis. In 1994 I sent an article entitled ‘What Happened in 1929?’ for inclusion in his journal, to Fr Nicholas Gruner. This documents how Stalin used the Russian Orthodox Church as an instrument of propaganda, and how after the war, the Russians gained access of the ‘ecumenical’ organisation as a means of infiltrating the Catholic Church, and as a result of this the Church is now under pressure to accept Anglican ‘orders’. But the only way Bishops could demonstrate acceptance was by inviting an Anglican minister to ‘officiate’ at a Mass. But as he lacked valid orders’, the bread and wine would be unchanged, leading to a subversion of the Mass. But Fr Gruner censored this, stating that since Catholic priests were present, they would effectively consecrate the elements. But he effectively ignored the fact that the event is intended to demonstrate acceptance of ‘orders’ that had been defined by Pope Leo XIII as invalid! Surely it is impossible that such an act of deception could validly consecrate the elements into the Body and Blood of Christ. Read the evidence for yourself and see the correlation with Scripture. Finally, Bishops demonstrating acceptance of Anglican ‘orders’ in this way, is it not significant that Fr Gruner calls my point heretical, but not their action? I welcome comments, which sadly is more than his organisation will do. Iain Colquhoun 18/3/19 

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