Father Andrew Wingate is a 52 year old Catholic Priest who is a part of the Church through the Old Roman Catholic Church. He is the founder of a New Form of Consecrated Life in the Church called: The Oblates of St Therese of the Holy Child Jesus, Reformed, OSTR. Father Andrew, along with all of his priests and Bishops are Evangelists, Preachers, Confessors, Spiritual Directors as well as Exorcists. He has traveled the world studying and examining the many Mystics who have been publishing private revelations concerning "these End Times."
Father Andrew, who is a Mystic himself, has received many private revelations concerning the condition of the world. Not only has Heaven spoken to Father Andrew about these times, but many devils and demons have also spoken to him during exorcisms he has performed.
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A trilogy of guests separately presented their visions, prophecies, and insights. Appearing in the second hour, Father Andrew Wingate offered his latest End Times-associated revelations. In the third hour, visionary Halina Kacicki discussed her... More »
Appearing during the middle two hours, Father Andrew Wingate returned to share his prophetic visions, though he cautioned people to not blindly accept any one person's statements without careful consideration.
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Father Andrew Wingate returned to share his prophetic visions, which he says come to him from "heaven," and are confirmed with a group of other mystic priests, before he announces them. Here is a timeline of events that Wingate laid out: The Pope will be cured of a serious illness, but shortly after that he will go into exile for eight months, though the world will be told he has... More »
Father Andrew Wingate returned to the show to share his latest messages of prophecy and to review some of his past predictions. His visions, he explained, often come to him during Mass. He sees an angelic face that moves closer and then views images of a "hypothetical situation" which "Heaven" confirms to... More »
Father Andrew Wingate, who has been described as a Catholic mystic, returned to the show offering forecasts of the coming "end times." He also told a story of serving as an exorcist at a ritual that was conducted in a motel room.
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Father Andrew C. Wingate, the founder of the "Oblates of St. Therese" which is part of the North American Old Roman Catholic Church, made his debut on Coast this past Wednesday night. Though he considers himself to be an outcast from the traditional branch of Catholicism, he has performed frequent exorcisms, even working with Father Malachi Martin in one case where he says... More »