My Books on the End Times (the Apocalypse)

Here is a partial list of my books on the End Times:

* The Warning, Consolation, and Miracle — This book is up-to-date with the latest dates for my predictions. The other books have not been updated recently.

* The Secrets of Medjugorje and Garabandal
* The Secrets of La Salette and the End Times
* The Three Days of Darkness and the Time of Peace
* On World War 3 and World War 4

* Apocalypse Survival Guide for Christians

A full list of all my books is here.

The books on Ethics and on Salvation Theological are more important than the books on the End Times.

Ronald L. Conte Jr.
Roman Catholic theologian and translator of the Catholic Public Domain Version of the Bible.

Please take a look at this list of my books and booklets, and see if any topic interests you.

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4 Responses to My Books on the End Times (the Apocalypse)

  1. Patrick James McManus says:

    Hi Ron,

    Many thanks for your tireless work.

    In relation to Medjugorie can I ask your opinion on whether you believe the seer’s proclaimations to be consistant with Church teaching?

    I have read the letter sent by the Bishop of Mostar to all his parishes where after many years of study and deliberation by a panel of religious academics their finding was that there were supernatural events taking place however statements by the seer’s were in contradiction to the Church on multiple occasions.

  2. Ron Conte says:

    There was a question asked of Our Lady in October 1981 which was: Are all religions the same? Our Lady answered: “Members of all faiths are equal before God. God rules over each faith just like a sovereign over his kingdom. In the world, all religions are not the same because all people have not complied with the commandments of God. They reject and disparage them.”

    Everyone is equal before God in that we are all judged by our consciences and by the same eternal moral law. Mary did not say that all religions are equal. But certainly, under Catholic doctrine, persons who are non-Catholic or non-Christian can be saved.

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