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Lanston Pinto wrote:

Hi, guys —

Peace of Christ!

I wanted to know what the Church's stance was regarding Nostradamus. There have been news regarding NASA's report about what is predicted for December 21st.

People say it was predicted by Nostradamus.

  • What is the Church's stand on this issue?

Lanston

  { What is the Church's stand regarding Nostradamus and do they believe in his prediction? }

Mike replied:

Dear Lanston,

This is a common question; it's even in our searchable knowledge base.

There are a lot of quick answers there, so give it a try.

I searched the database for you and found this posting:

Though I feel confident with Richard's answer, you may find this dialogue in the Catholic Answers Forum helpful:

You said:

  • What is the Church's stand on this issue?

The Church's stand is, and always will be, Jesus' stand:

I hope this helps,

Mike

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