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"In the sixteenth century, a nun in Quito, Ecuador, Mariana Francisca de Jesus Torres y Berriochoa, received visions of Our Lady of Good Success, subsequently approved by the Church, in which the Holy Mother of God spoke many prophesies of future times. This one in particular stands out:


'During this unfortunate epoch, injustice will even enter here [into the Church], my closed garden. Disguised under the name of false charity, it will wreak havoc in souls. The spiteful demon will try to sow discord, making use of putrid members, who, masked by the appearance of virtue, will be like decaying sepulchers emanating the pestilence of putrefaction, causing moral deaths in some and lukewarmness in others. … How the Church will suffer on that occasion the dark night of the lack of a Prelate and Father to watch over them with paternal love, gentleness, strength, and prudence!'"


Do the Quito prophecies seem to fit our time? Kwasniewski offers a convincing survey of the current state of affairs.

Article: Our own bishops are leading an apostasy, but we must remain steadfast

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