Pope Michael

Underground Church

Posted by on Jan 26, 2016 in Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ | 0 comments

We recently received an email: “Father Malachi Martin, prior to his death, stated publicly that the Catholic Church would have to go underground so this is what I am thinking your church is.” In partial answer let me quote from my recent book, Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ: The Prophet Isaias of these times prophesied: “And they that remain of the trees of his forest shall be so few, that they shall easily be numbered, and a child shall write them down.” (Isaias 10:19) Henry Edward Cardinal Manning warned: “In the work on the end of the world, ascribed to St....

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Seven Ages of the Church

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ | 0 comments

Seven ages Billot Holzhauser Ephesus (Apoc. II, 1-7) signifies in Greek a “starting out”, obviously suitable to the Apostolic Age (33-70 AD) with which the Church began. The Status seminativus, from Christ and the Apostles to Pope Linus and Emperor Nero, (64-67) is typified by the first day of creation “Spiritus Dei ferebatur super aquas”, the gift of wisdom and the age from Noah. Similarly he treats; The destruction of Jerusalem Smyrna (Apoc.II, 8-11) names the second church and means “myrrh”, corresponding to the passion and sufferings of the...

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Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ

Posted by on Jan 8, 2016 in Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ, Pope Michael, Pope Michael's Books, Slider | 0 comments

Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ

On January 6, 2016 the files for Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ and Resurrection of the Catholic Church were approved for publication. This book is the result of a life time of prayer and study under the guidance of the Holy Ghost. More recently, it was commenced in the summer of 2015 and everything began falling into place.  Some of the research that is completed in this work was begun over a quarter of a century ago.  And now everything is coming into place and making sense.  It is easy to see where the Church has been the last five centuries in the Age of Apostasy of the Church...

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Oakland Neighborhood Improvement Association

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Pope Michael, Slider | 4 comments

Oakland Neighborhood Improvement Association

On Thursday April 16, 2015, I received a phone call from the nominating committee of the Oakland Neighborhood Improvement Association (NIA) asking me to serve for two years as Vice President.  I accepted and was elected by over 60 people, who were in attendance at the regular monthly Monday meeting.  This picture appeared on the front page of the Topeka Capital Journal.  We are fighting to keep our fire station open in the Oakland Neighborhood or Topeka.  We also are working on other projects to improve this part of town where the Vatican in Exile currently...

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Death of Pope Michael’s Brother

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Pope Michael, Slider | 1 comment

Death of Pope Michael’s Brother

On January 5, 2015, Our brother Brian died from Pancreatic cancer.  He will be missed.  In mid August Brian went to the doctor with what he thought was stomach flu.  The doctor told him he was not describing stomach flu and took some tests.  He was then sent to the hospital for more tests and then home for the weekend. On August 18th he underwent surgery and the cancer was discovered.  He accepted God’s will most nobly and prepared for death, commencing immediately by planning his funeral.  He did not want the family burdened with these arrangements when he could see to them...

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Fruit of Meditation

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Pope Michael, Slider | 3 comments

Fruit of Meditation

For the Ember Week of September 2014, We spent a notable amount of time in meditation and prayer.  The fruit of these meditations is the sermon below: It is said that the greatest saints will live in this time. Possibly, because of the great trials we must overcome. And yet, we must ask ourselves sincerely: “Am I a great saint?” We are called to be these great saints. “We must first be purified and then purify others; be filled with wisdom and make others wise; become light and give light; be near to God and lead others to Him; be sanctified and sanctify; guide others by the hand and...

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