Father Paul Kramer: “Pius XII Never Condemned Lipa Apparitions” UPDATE: The signatures of the Bishops were forced by threat of excommunication and most of the messages were burned. How could PPXII sign without reading the messages? No, he wouldn’t do that. He loved Our Lady!

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In its decree, the Sacred Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) of the Holy See argued that Pope Pius XII made a “definitive” condemnation in 1951 against “the supposed apparitions” and declared they “were not of supernatural origin”

If Pope Pius XII made a “definitive confirmation” in 1951, of the decree, as the CBCP claims, then that “definitive confirmation” would be noted on the decree itself, as is the case with the July 1961 decree of the Holy Office condemning the “All Nations” apparitions in Amsterdam.

The significance of such a notation is explained in Code of Canon Law and Commentary by James Corriden et at, published by the Canon Law Society of America.

According to Canon Law, if there appears on a decree of the Holy Office such words as “With the approval of the Supreme Pontiff”, or, after consultation with the Supreme Pontiff”, then…

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  1. Can you just imagine the shower of grace that would fall upon earth if a Pope were to declare and proclaim that Our Lady is truly “Mary Mediatrix of All Grace” !

    Her last words to the seer were “I want here what I wanted at Fatima. I am Mary Mediatrix of All Grace”

    Maybe God would be so pleased that He would make this title a Doctrine … to give Mary exactly what she asked for at Fatima. The consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart. This is what God wants.

    Peace would flow like the rose petals fell … in such huge quantities upon the thousands of people who crowded the grounds and surrounding area of the convent. Dream on!!

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