Rev Wingate

This details a short bio on Rev Andrew Wingate.



What do the three persons above have in common with Rev. Andrew Wingate?
Who is Rev. Andrew Wingate?
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Who was it that said, “Throughout every civilization, from seers infinite to the obscure, comes what could be a single unusual prophecy or final warning that is known as Armageddon, 3 days of darkness, the great chastisement or purification, or simply the end of time.”
Rev Malachi Martin, Rev Nicholas Gruner and Chris Ferrara (above) all warn against the coming of an Antichrist.
We are only at the entrance of what’s to come. The things they divulge appear in the book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets. These interpretations are not conjectural.

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This is the interior of Fr Wingates little Chapel, where he says mass every day.

 

As I was listening to an old Benny Goodman radio recording, I couldn’t help wonder about what I had learned from the past. There are several things about Father Andrew Wingate I learned. He is a pious, devout man. Deeply religous. He once worked for the US Army. He possessses a unique history. He is a mystery mystic. And, Washington DC has a dossier on him.
For young people, he seems a reactionary priest. Nevertheless, he possesses an ominous gift of telling us what is in store. Do not go by just what you find on the internet, for it is shallow, and does not provide a real history on what he has to say, especially regarding the story of Fatima.
Lucia dos Santos when she was very young.




Bishop da Silva seen in Fatima (right).
We have seeen dramatic changes in the Catholic Church that has diminished it since the 1960s.
Once when the Catholic population was 48 million in the United States (now it is 78 mill), the number of students in elementary parochial schools were 4.5 million students in 10,503 schools. The number of students today in elementary parochial schools is now down to about 1.4 million students in some 5,600 elementary schools. As for the high school department, about 50 years ago, there were 884,181 students in 1,624 Catholic High Schools in the nation. Today there are about 590,000 students in 1,205 Catholic High Schools. In 1965 there were 126,000 adult baptisms; in 2002 it plummeted to 80,000. The number of sisters tumbled from 39.43/10,000 to 11.56, a decline of 71%. Once there were 180,000 nuns in Catholic parochial schools in 1965.



Also in 1965, there were 994 priestly ordinations, 12,271 religious brothers and 58,632 priests. Priestly ordinations fell to 442 in 2000; religious brothers and priests were respectively 5,662 and 45,699 in 2000. The number of priests actively teaching in parochial schools in 1966 stood at 125,000, but in 2016 only 1,200 (a 90% drop in about 3 generations.)
The number of sisters in parochial schools dropped to 75,000 in 2002 with an average age of 68, and by 2016 it got worse: only 4000. The number of sisters and priests was 54,018 and 38,964 in 2012 respectively. To cite one example of seminarians, the Franciscan Order had 2,251 seminarians in 1965, in 2000, only 60.
The Catholic Times of London heralded on March 5, 2000, that the little seed which Pope John XXIII planted under the auspices of the Second Vatican Council has become a “tree which has spread its majestic and mighty branches over the vineyard of the Lord.” Has the Catholic Church really become that majestic since 1965?
As related in the book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets, Rev Stefano Gobbi told Wingate in Mexico that he would be instrumental in the Marion Movement of all Roman and Orthodox bishops. Wingate was ordainied in 1991. He is leader of the Marion Movement of Bishops and Oblates of St. Therese of the Holy Child Jesus, which he formed. Wingate’s first guest appearance on Coast To Coast AM was on Jan. 3, 2003--fourteen years ago.
He stormed to the front when he made two predictions before March 2004--one did not involve the Church but was about a tornado that would appear where it ought not to be. That tornado spun its ugly winds below the equator. No tornado had ever dared venture below the equator, at least not in living memory. But, he had warned people that it was coming.

Wingate had met Pope John Paul II over a dozen times, and has said Holy Mass with Pope John Paul II, who is now declared a saint by the Catholic Church. Father Wingate celebrates Latin Mass every day.
Padre Pio believed in the apparitions of Garabandal, which constitute a series of events from 1961-1965. Padre Pio became a saint on June 16, 2002. Saint Padre Pio is one of only three saints who were priests living after the Second Vatican Council; St Josemaria Escriva and John Paul II are the others. Escriva and Pio had permission from the Pope to offer the traditional Latin Mass without any of the liturgical reforms that stemmed from Vatican II.

Virtually the same thing that happened in Fatima in 1917, took place at Garabandal, namely the appearance of the Blessed Mother to children, an interaction between them, and warnings and secrets. There are exceptions: the new series of apparitions were of a longer period of time. This is Sister Maria de las Nieves Garcia speaking about Garabandal and who knew Conchita personally. Hope you know Spanish. There was also color film coverage of Garabandal. The following are a few more insights into Rev. Wingate.



Unlike the way the Vatican handled the investigations of Fatima, the investigations of Garabandal by the Vatican leaves something to be desired. A plethora of words comes to mind to describe the mismanagement of the investigations but, it is best left to the book Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets to provide a guide of unbelievable proportion. A blind man with one leg and a parrot could have done a better job during the investigations of Garabandal.


Father Wingate is a private person, and does not seek publicity.

He is not a prophet like St. Malachy of Ireland who has made predictions about the papacy. 

 
 He is not a prophet like St. Malachy of Ireland. (Double click on movies.) 


Wingate has never claimed to be a prophet. He has made several predictions about the pope and the Catholic Church on the radio show Coast To Coast AM, and claims that if the Church does not listen to the Blessed Mother, the Church will be chastised. When he made predictions early in 2003, he said watch for the Madrid terror bombing (2004) and that China and Russia would participate in joint military manouvers, which they did in 2005. First time in history.
In a certain sense, all this may sound strange and ominous but, Wingate appears to give us signals about the future, and he and what St. Malachy had said are arranged side-by-side in Alert: For The Times, Book of Secrets. Like Saint Pope John Paul II, he has a great love of the Blessed Mother.
How he got to meet Sister Lucia is aother strange story. Sister Lucia was in Rome to see the Pope. For almost a whole week, she had been trying to see Pope John Paul II. But, the Vatican’s doors were not opened to her. At this particular time, Father Wingate was in Rome, too. On a particular Saturday, he met a nun who asked him if he would carry a letter to the Pope because the nun was told he would go see the Pope. In reality, Wingate did not know how because, as in the past, he did not have an appointment. But, he agreed and arrangements were made to take the letter anyway.
So he was taken to a convent by car.
He was taken inside where he saw Sister Lucia speaking to other nuns. Another nun handed Father Wingate the letter. Sister Lucia turned to him after one of the nuns told her, “Here is the trumpeter.”
Sister Lucia turned around, and said, “Oh, yes, I know him.” in Portuguese. Wingate did not know Portuguese and did not know what was said, until an interpreter related all this to him. She also said, “Heaven has spoken of him. I know Saint Michael will assure that this letter will reach the Holy Father, for me.”
The next morning, Father Wingate was in the basilica of St. Peter’s. It was around 10 a.m., and he was waiting for his friend who had the appointment to see the Pope. Unfortunately, the friend never showed up. So there is Father Wingate waiting in the crowd of people, when one of the Swiss Guards goes up to the ushers that are calling out the names of the people on the list. Everything is by protocol. If your name is not on the list, chances of seeing the Pope are nil.
The tall Swiss Guard pointed at Father Wingate.
The two came over, and the usher asked in English “Aren’t you the one who is supposed to see the Holy Father?” Wingate answered yes.
The Swiss Guard then took the clip board from the usher and wrote Andrew Wingate on it. The semi-bewildered usher looked at it, and calmly read the name. With no fuss, Father Wingate went into the waiting room, where he later did get to see the Pope. The tall handsome Swiss Guard was Wingate’s guardian angel.
When they met, the Pope was told Sister Lucia was there to see the Pope.
The Pope asked Wingate, “Is she here?”
“Yes,” Fr Wingate replied, and told the Pope she had been trying to see him for a week.
The Pope turned abruptly to his Secretary, and nailed him with the question, “Why haven’t I seen her?”
The Secretary froze and said absolutely nothing.
The Pope snapped, “Send for her!”
What was discussed between them remains a secret to this day.



While Alert: For The Times is composed of many years of research, it does chronicle many facts of information--this includes the various aspects of the Third Secret of Fatima, the true story of Fatima priest Rev Nicholas Gruner (R.I.P.) and the coincedental meteoric rise of Mr. Art Bell--yet, this is not a biography on Bell. As Joe Friday of Dragnet would say, “Just the facts, ma’am. Just the facts.”

 

 

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