The Virgin Mary is Warning Us about False Doctrines

From the messages to Pedro Regis:

“Ye walk into a future where many will abandon the true faith and cling to false doctrines. The great spiritual confusion will spread everywhere and the pain will be great for My poor children.”

“Whatever happens, remain ye faithful to the true Magisterium of the Church of My Jesus.”

“Ye walk into a future of great spiritual darkness and only those who pray will bear the burden of trials…. Whatever happens, remain ye faithful to Jesus and to the true Magisterium of His Church. Courage. Tomorrow will be better for the righteous.”

“Ye walk into a painful future. A great shipwreck in faith will happen and many of My poor children will turn away from the truth.”

“Dear children, the spiritual confusion will spread everywhere and My poor children will be contaminated by false doctrines. The half-truth will be embraced and many will walk like blind people guiding other blind people. Stay ye with Jesus. Embrace ye the truth and do not allow ye the things of the world to take you away from My Jesus. Believe ye in the Power of God. Stay ye away from the novelties of the world and serve ye the Lord faithfully. Whatever happens, stay ye with the teachings of the true Magisterium of the Church of My Jesus. Make ye the truth your great weapon of defense. Those who remain in the truth will never be swept away by the mire of false doctrines.”

“Ye walk into a painful future. The traitors of the faith will unite and the defenders of the true Magisterium of the Church of My Jesus will be persecuted and thrown out.”

” Welcome ye the Gospel of My Jesus and be ye faithful to the true Magisterium of His Church. Ye walk towards a future of doubts and uncertainties. The great confusion will spread everywhere and faith will be present in few hearts. The actions of the enemies will cause great discord among the Sons of God. The smoke of the devil will cause great spiritual blindness and many of My poor children will drink the bitter cup of pain. ”

“There will be great persecution of those who love and defend the truth.”

” The future of the Church will be marked by a great war.”

“Be ye announcers of the Gospel and defend ye the teachings of the true Magisterium of His Church. The enemies will unite more and more to distance you from the truth. Many will be deceived and embrace that which is false. Do not forget ye: The silence of the righteous strengthens the enemies of God.”

I believe Mary refers to the great schism, which will be first of the conservatives and later of the liberals. The traitors of the faith are those on either the right or the left, who reject the teachings of the Magisterium. The Virgin Mary refers again and again to faithfulness to the true Magisterium. This takes humility and faith, not intellectual greatness. We need only trust in the work of the Holy Spirit in the Magisterium.

Those who fight against Popes and Councils are the traitors of whom Mary speaks. There will be a great figurative war within the Church, over whether the faithful can trust the Magisterium to teach them. That is all it is about. The announcers of the true Gospel are those who accept the teachings of each and every Pope and Council.

And then Mary calls the errors that will be embraced as “half-truth” and “false doctrine” and “the smoke of the devil” (as when people obscure the truths of the Church in order to advance half-truths and falsehoods). I see very clearly that the papal accusers lack faith. They do not want to trust the Magisterium. They always figure out loop holes so that they can reject a papal teaching or a conciliar teaching, if they prefer their own ideas. And this is merely idolatry, having faith only in one’s own understanding.

We must humble ourselves to accept the teachings of the Church, even if they do not seem quite right to the reason of fallen sinners. And we must put our faith in those teachings, like the blind being led by the sighted. For when a teaching seems difficult to accept, we need only trust in the Lord, and He will lead us.

Ronald L. Conte Jr.
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10 Responses to The Virgin Mary is Warning Us about False Doctrines

  1. Guest says:

    I don’t it’s so simple. I think there will be confusion regarding the first commandment, and people will be tempted to pretend everything can be resolved by just submitting to apparent authority and reinterpret the idea that the Catholic religion is the one true religion. This is because the authority will appear to be legitimate, even though the command is plainly against the gospel. Those who refuse to disobey God to obey a lower authority will be reviled as schismatics and conspiracy theorists. This might be the case because Satan knows that upon the rock the Church will never fail, but putting someone who does not have that grace and whatever church is built on him can fail, and God will permit this deception to put His Church to the test to see who is faithful and who is just going through the motions. For this cunning plan there has to be two or more apparent popes.

    Not claiming it’s Pope Francis, but this is the mosiac that all the alleged seers seem to be indicating. This is the apparent trial coming.

    • Ron Conte says:

      My eschatology, speculative and fallible, concludes that after Pope Francis resigns, and after his conservative successor, there will be two claimants to the papacy, a true pope and an antipope, both elected outside Rome (due to the war). But it will not be at all confusing to the faithful who is the true Pope. At no point do the faithful have to reject a true pope, or the apostolic see, or papal teaching in order to remain faithful. Your version of the future does not propose an indefectible Church, an indefectible Pope with the gift of truth and never failing faith, and an indefectible body of Bishops.

  2. Guest says:

    > Your version of the future does not propose an indefectible Church, an indefectible Pope with the gift of truth and never failing faith, and an indefectible body of Bishops.

    The former two are compatible. Upon an antipope, the church founded upon that doesn’t have to be indefectble. The source of indefectiblity is the pope, not the antipope, who does not have never failing faith.

    Considering the turn point, the bishops themselves are not indefeitable, not without the pope. You can argue that it’s a big weakness, but as far as I know the body of bishops in not indefectible without a pope. Maybe God left this hole to sift through the Church. If the bishops follow an antipope they can lose the faith as far as I know. Indefectability is only promised to the Church of Rome because of Jesus promised to St Peter, not to an imposter. I’m not saying there won’t be a real pope, but the media can misdirect the people into thinking an antipopee is pope.

    Whatever your speculations may be, this seems to be what the alleged prophets are collectively saying. If this is indeed true, you’re going to have to give up your own timeline and expectations. Jews rejected Jesus because they had different messianic expectations.

    • Ron Conte says:

      The body of bishops does possess indefectibility. They can never follow a false Pope, or a false religion. They can never fall into apostasy, heresy, or schism, as a body. Jesus did not choose only one Apostle, but 12. Individual Bishops can go astray, but not the body of Bishops. The Church, the Pope, and the body of Bishops are indefectible.

  3. Guest says:

    Then cite that doctrine that state it. As far as I know there is none:

    ‘The gift of indefectibility plainly does not guarantee each several part of the Church against heresy or apostasy. The promise is made to the corporate body. Individual Churches may become corrupt in morals, may fall into heresy, may even apostatize. Thus at the time of the Mohammedan conquests, whole populations renounced their faith; and the Church suffered similar losses in the sixteenth century. But the defection of isolated branches does not alter the character of the main stem. The society of Jesus Christ remains endowed with all the prerogatives bestowed on it by its Founder. Only to One particular Church is indefectibility assured, viz. to the See of Rome. To Peter, and in him to all his successors in the chief pastorate, Christ committed the task of confirming his brethren in the Faith (Luke 22:32); and thus, to the Roman Church, as Cyprian says, “faithlessness cannot gain access” (Epistle 54)’

    • Ron Conte says:

      If the body of the successors to the Apostles goes astray, then the Church has gone astray. So the body of Bishops cannot go astray. If the head of the Church has gone astray, then the Church as gone astray. So the head of the Church cannot go astray. If the head cannot go astray, without the Church defecting, then the same must be true for the body. For the Church to be indefectible, She must be indefectible in head and body.

      Luke 22:32 teaches that the faith of the successors of Peter is never failing, and that he then confirms the faith of his brethren, the bishops — making their faith as a body never failing as well.

    • Guest says:

      What if 99% of bishops followed the antipope, but only 1% remained with the true pope. Why would that 99% be indefectible and not that 1% still in communion with the pope? Does body just mean the majority, or does it consist of those in communion with the pope, no matter how tiny? The 99% would no longer technically be the body, right, since they would be communion with an antipope?

    • Ron Conte says:

      How little confidence you have in the grace and providence of God? Do you not believe that God is able to protect His Apostles from falling away? It is absurd to say, both, that the Church is indefectible, but also that 99% of Her Bishops could fall away. That has not happened in 2000 years, and it cannot happen.

  4. Alex says:

    I appreciate the in depth analysis. However, the liberals did not commit any schism as of today. It is wrong they are put on equal terms to be in error as the ultra conservatives are. Whether or not the liberals will commit schism in the future, is an open question. Also it matters who the next pope will be. I do not share the expectations that he will be a more conservative one. We have a very strong move towards reforms that elected pope Francis in first place, and new cardinals since then who were picked up by pope Francis for that purpose. Is that bad for the Church? I do not think so. Even if it goes contrary to some traditions, it doesn’t go contrary to dogmas. And that is what the conservatives do not want to accept. Many of their “teachings” that they accuse the liberals of trespassing, appeared only in the Middle ages, are not dogmas, and do not go back to the apostles’ time. While they might have been good for their own medieval time, they are not good anymore. The desire of prelates like ex-CDF chief card.Muller to coin new dogmas where they do not exist, is very evil approach. He does not have the power to make new dogmas, even if he and other ultraconservatives repeat 100 times that something is dogma. As the Nazi propaganda said that a lie repeated 100 times becomes truth. It doesn’t work that way, and cardinals who try it will get the shame of the centuries after, even if they are not excommunicated because of the very relaxed approach of pope Francis. Maybe his successor will be more strict in that.

  5. Sunimal Fernando says:

    Good article. Thanks Ron.

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