June 17, 2019
José Alberto Villasana Munguía

José Alberto Villasana Munguía

José Alberto Villasana Munguía is a Writer and analyst of political, economic and religious international affairs.

He studied Theology in the Gregorian University in Rome, Philosophy in the Angelicum University in Rome, Classical Humanities in the Centre for Higher Studies in Salamanca, Spain and International Communications in the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), specialising in Eschatology since 1995.

He is Academic Adviser to the International Institute of Human Rights.

He is a director member of the Journalist’s Club of Mexico.

He is President of the pro life civil association “Life to be Born” (Vida para Nacer).

He has received the National Award for Journalism on three occasions in the categories of in-depth investigation.

Un grupo de profesores publican una carta dirigida a todos los obispos elencando las herejías manifestadas en palabras y obras por el Papa Francisco, y piden actuar según las medidas establecidas por el Derecho Canónico

At the beginning of 1949, Sister Lucia Dos Santos, seer of the apparitions of Fatima, who was in the convent of Coimbra, Portugal, became gravely ill, and died on the 31st of May 1949, feast day of Our Lady Queen.

Groups of cardinals and bishops point out that "Francis" has covered for homosexual and paedophile cardinals and bishops, followers of his modernist doctrine, while only denouncing hierarchs who do not follow it, and has fallen into two serious heresies that compromise the salvation of souls: communion for the divorced and remarried, and communion for Protestants married to Catholics.

Cardinal Godfried Danneels confesses that he and other Cardinals plotted to force Pope Benedict XVI to resign and make way for Bergoglio. According to the ruling of the Church, this group, which he himself calls a “mafia”, is excommunicated latae sententiae.

Aside from the fact that the renunciation of Benedict XVI was invalid, as he was submitted to international pressures as well as death threats and threats of schism, and apart from the fact that Bergoglio and nine other cardinals excommunicated themselves from the church before the 2013 conclave by illicitly plotting in favour of the Argentinian.

Benedict XVI did not renounce the divine mandate that made him Vicar of Christ in 2005, but only the ministry of the Bishop of Rome and the administrative duties of the Papacy, by declaring (discourse of the 27th February 2013) that he would keep the “Petrine Primacy”. By doing so, he let it be seen that he continues to shoulder the responsibility and vocation of being the Vicar of Christ.

In 2018 the 100 years of the miracle of the sun in Fatima, Portugal, concluded, which was seen by nearly 70,000 people and reported by various European newspapers including the antichristian masonic Portuguese press.

In his video message of January 2016 and in earlier declarations, Francis maintains that all religions are valid to arrive at the same God. From this perspective the Catholic call to Baptism is not necessary nor is universal preaching to convert and believe in the Gospel. The already secluded Benedict XVI endorses the opposite view.

Since May 1948 we have been living in what is biblically known as the “End Times”, which is not the end of the world, but rather the end of the present times, which Saint Paul calls the “ Time of the nations” or “Of the gentiles”, which began when the old Mosaic times finished, once the Jews rejected  the Messiah.

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