February 4, 2013
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I pray God be in my heart and on my lips as I speak to you today. I have come to address the evil of placing limitations on Truth. To limit Truth is to corrupt. Limitations on Truth are accepted only through self-interests rising out of disordered self-love. When institutions – religious or otherwise – distort the Truth, either by what they say and do or by intentional cover-ups, they become corrupt.”

“Excuses such as safeguarding reputation, financial support or protecting the faith in a corrupt system are never reasons for placing limitations upon the Truth. They are Satan’s temptations to sin.”

“The solution to every compromise is the Light of Truth. Disclosure of the Truth is often painful but necessary to a sound moral society. The only ones who would object to this or any of the Messages are those who are challenged by them.”