Father Nicholas Gruner is a priest in good standing, ordained more than 26 years ago. He has his degree in Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University. He received his S.T.B. (Bachelor of Sacred Theology) and S.T.L. (Licentiate of Sacred Theology) and has successfully passed all his courses with highest honors in his studies for the S.T.D. (Doctorate in Sacred Theology) from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome. As an alumnus of the prestigious Angelicum and a student of St. Thomas, he continues his theological research in the light of the message of Our Lady of Fatima and publishes his insights in the Fatima Crusader and other Fatima Apostolate publications.
George Noory was joined by Father Nicholas Gruner, one of the world's leading authorities on traditional Roman Catholic doctrine and practice, for a discussion on the series of apparitions at Fatima, Portugal from May to October 1917, in which a number of predictions, requests and warnings were allegedly conveyed by the Virgin Mary to three shepherd children. In the first hour, author Jonathan Maberry talked about the historical roots of supernatural and paranormal creatures such as zombies, werewolves, and vampires. ... More »Host: George Noory
Catholic priest, Fr. Nicholas Gruner of the Fatima Center discussed his research into the Third Secret of Fatima. He declared the alleged visitation by the Virgin Mary in 1917, and her message imparted to three young children, to be "the definitive revelation of our time." Based on his research, he said that it is a misperception that the Virgin Mary bestowed three separate secrets. Instead, he claimed that the message is a sequential series of events with the infamous "third secret" being the conclusion. Detailing new information which suggests that the "official release" of the third secret by the Vatican in 2000 was actually incomplete, Gruner revealed that when Sister Lucia wrote down that portion of the prophecy, she divided it into two parts. "One is the words of 'Our Lady' and one is the vision," he said. According to him, the Catholic Church only released the description of the vision and not the words spoken by Mary. Gruner talked at length about the suspici ... More »Host: George Noory
Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman offered updates on Bigfoot and Mothman and also discussed his new book, The Copycat Effect, which describes how the media can fuel violent behavior. ... More »Host: George Noory
Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network and author Steve Quayle joined together for a discussion on terrorism, globalism, and the 9-11 attack. Quayle commented that while the U.S. has done an excellent job of preventing further terrorist acts on our soil, America is rapidly becoming the victim of economic terrorism. As the dollar's value continues to plummet, he noted that countries such as China, Russia and India are participating in an "orchestrated sell off" of the U.S. currency. ... More »Host: George Noory
Father Nicholas Gruner (fatima.org), one of the Catholic Church's more controversial priests, was the main guest on Thursday night. A tireless advocate for devotion and interest in the messages delivered at Fatima in 1917, Gruner believes they hold the key to the fate of mankind. According to Father Gruner, the last surviving Fatima seer, Sister Lucia, was told a three-part secret in 1917 that she was to reveal over time. The first two parts were released in 1941, and included a vision of hell that was thought to refer to the first two world wars; and the second was a prediction that Russia would return to Christianity. The third secret was given out by the Vatican in 2000, and was said to be a vision of the assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II. However Father Gruner said this wasn't the real third secret. He believes it was a vision of a universal crisis for the whole Catholic Church. The "faith is in danger," he said, echoing the words of the late Father Malachi ... More »Host: George Noory
Controversial priest Father Nicholas Gruner (fatima.org) was Barbara's guest on Sunday night. He commented at length about the messages that he believes the Blessed Virgin Mary delivered at Fatima in 1917. ... More »Host: