Thursday, August 09, 2007


Here is another report to the bishop on a supposed seer, Kathryn Anne Clarke, being promoted by Athol Bloomer:

To: Fr. Paul Casey, Diocesan Secretary,


From Richard Salbato, Managing Editor, Unity Publishing, Inc.



Dear Father Casey,

I wish you to pass on to Bishop O’Reilly my concern for his approval of the publications of Anne, aka, Kathryn Ann Jennings, aka, Kathryn Ann Clarke. Bishop O’Reilly said, “In so far as I am able to judge, she is orthodox in her writings and teachings.”

There are many books and writings now, which I have no intention of even checking to see if they are orthodox or not. It does not matter. What does matter is that Anne claims that these writings and teachings come from God and not from her own imagination.

Cardinal Ratzinger warned Father Gobbi that he could not claim his writings came from God and for good reason: First, there is no evidence that it comes from God, and second, people should not put his writings on par with divine revelation and/or the teaching of the Church. There was also a case here in America of a divorced man who came from Ireland and claimed to have the stigmata and a bleeding statue of the Virgin Mary. The local priest found nothing wrong with the messages he claimed to be receiving and approved him for over two years. Now, of course, he is ordered out of the diocese and the church because it was discovered that his stigmata and the bleeding statue were frauds. Doing the right thing is more important than saving face.

Read the rest of the report.

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