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EXCLUSIVE: Alexander Tschugguel tells LifeSiteNews he will resist COVID tyranny in Austria 

VIENNA, Austria (LifeSiteNews) — As Austria prepares to go into full lockdown on Monday and faces the threat of mandatory COVID jabs, LifeSiteNews spoke with Alexander Tschugguel from Vienna.   A well-known Catholic convert and pro-life activist, Tschugguel is famous both for having tipped into the Tiber a series of “Pachamama” statuettes that had been on display in a nearby church during the Amazon Synod and for his many actions in defense of traditional Catholic teaching.  The young Austrian told LifeSiteNews that if the mandatory COVID jab legislation is approved in his country, he will not get the inoculations but “resist, resist, resist.”  The number of positive COVID […]
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Alexander Tschugguel discusses Catholic history of Austria, receiving Communion on tongue

August 4, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — A couple weeks ago, I had the great pleasure of sitting down with my good friend Alexander Tschugguel for the “Love and reverence to Our Lord: Let’s always receive Holy Communion on the tongue” conference. It was an amazing conference I was happy to be a part of. If you haven’t been able to watch it yet, click here to watch it in full. Because Alexander is Austrian, I wanted to ask him about the famous Habsburg dynasty that ruled Europe for so many centuries. We also talked about the devotion in his country to […]
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WATCH: Young Catholics support Pachamama extractor, love the Latin Mass

PETITION: Call on Vatican to keep out all “pagan” symbols from St. Peter's and Vatican Property! Sign the petition here. WASHINGTON, D.C., November 19, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Young Catholics attending a Solemn High Pontifical Latin Mass on Saturday said they support Alexander Tschugguel’s “heroic” transfer of the Pachamama pagan idols from a Catholic church in Rome to the Tiber River. Others with whom LifeSiteNews spoke expressed their deep appreciation of and love for the Old Rite of the Mass, and reverent liturgies in general, an attitude that is generally a hallmark of the faith of the young. Watch LifeSite’s special report on […]
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