Does Something Seem Strange to You? How many are there??? "'Lucia' in 'her' own words"





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  1. Not the same. Looks like three to me. Just like the "popes" the majority of the clergy and the Faith are completely different from the originals that were before the 58 conclave and Vatican2.

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  2. I heard that the Dorothean Sisters entered her date of death as the day she left the convent to supposedly join the Carmelites. One thing is for sure: No one who saw Our Lady would kiss the hand of John Paul II - and right after receiving Communion from him - ? It was not Sr Lucy. Sr Lucy was a saint. Our Lady herself said that she would take her to Heaven.

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