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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Mike Lewis

Brilliant piece of writing, Mike. Far from being tedious, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your response to the critique by Kevin Symonds of your original article. I fully appreciate the time and effort involved in your writing this article and I congratulate on the result. Thank you, Mike, for continuing to seek the truth.

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Mike Lewis

Excellent!

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Sep 17, 2022Liked by Mike Lewis

Dear Mike, the quote is undeniably falsified and there is a photograph evidence of the original article online (french member Sylvanus posted it on the infamous gloria.tv). You can have a look here:

https://gloria.tv/post/LSudP8xtFDDY4QLRHi6CXk3Kr

I reuploaded the picture here:

https://i.ibb.co/6tDkn1h/Bugnini-s-real-quote.webp

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Jul 6, 2022Liked by Mike Lewis

Great work Mike!

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Jul 5, 2022Liked by Mike Lewis

Dear Mike, God bless you for your love of the truth and for your zeal in checking facts! Keep it up!

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The warning was well received :-)

It reminds me of the proofs given to me by my Protestant friends that the Catholic Church was just warmed-over paganism. It was clear that the Host was the image of the sun - and look at those monstrances with radiating sun rays!

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It’s pretty patently obvious that Abp. Bugnini acted as a Freemason would, when given the task of reforming the Catholic liturgy. Therefore, “proof” that he was a Mason is rather immaterial. You may as well seek “proof” for the allegations of the 18th and 19th century popes that Masonry is bad anyway.

Whether Fr. Murr is “trustworthy?” He is a priest so more than most of us he is probably aware of the morality governing lies, calumny, and sins of the tongue. He may not be completely accurate but I highly doubt he made up most of his story from wholecloth either, and, no offense, but the conclusions from his story ring true whereas the “debunkers” perspective sounds like the colorless, boring spin of my company’s HR department. So, on balance, I’ll go with his take, footnotes here notwithstanding. Lol.

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