Hickson/Dollinger Pentecost Phone Call Never Took Place! Did Dr. Maike Hickson Fabricate Her Pentecost Phone Call To Fr. Ingo Dollinger?

Hickson/Dollinger Pentecost Phone Call: 
Cardinal Ratzinger: We Have Not Published the Whole Third Secret of Fatima 
Today, on the Feast of Pentecost, I called Fr. Ingo Dollinger, a German priest and former professor of theology in Brasil, who is now quite elderly and physically weak. He has been a personal friend of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI for many years. Father Dollinger unexpectedly confirmed over the phone the following facts: Not long after the June 2000 publication of the Third Secret of Fatima by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger told Fr. Dollinger during an in-person conversation that there is still a part of the Third Secret that they have not published! “There is more than what we published,” Ratzinger said. He also told Dollinger that the published part of the Secret is authentic and that the unpublished part of the Secret speaks about “a bad council and a bad Mass” that was to come in the near future.  Father Dollinger gave me permission to publish these facts on this High Feast of the Holy Ghost and he gave me his blessing.
Pope emeritus Benedict XVI Response:
Communique on various articles Regarding the Third Secret of Fatima  
Several articles have recently Appeared, including declarations Attributed to Professor Ingo Dollinger according to Functional Which Cardinal Ratzinger, after the publication of the Third Secret of Fatima (Which took place in June 2000), had confided to him That the publication was not complete. In this regard, Pope emeritus Benedict XVI Declares "never to have spoken with Professor Dollinger about Fatima," Clearly affirming That the remarks Attributed to Professor Dollinger on the matter "are pure inventions, absolutely untrue", and he Confirms decisively that "the publication of the Third Secret of Fatima is complete ".
Pope emeritus Benedict XVI denies.
Cardinal Ratzinger: We Have Not Published the Whole Third Secret of Fatima 29 BY MAIKE HICKSON ON MAY 15, 2016
The feast of Pentecost was on the 15th of May.

Dr. Maike Hickson wrote and published the 1000 word article on the Feast of Pentecost.

The 1000 word article that was posted on the Feast of Pentecost is the result of a phone call that took place on the Feast of Pentecost.

A phone call was made to a priest on the feast of Pentecost and immediately transcribed for the blogosphere - immediately!

Let me ask you a question - when did you first come across the Hickson/Dollinger Pentecost phone call blog post?

1. Before you attended Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday?
2. During Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday?
3. Just after Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday?
4. After dinner, lounging around in your dinner jacket, in front of the fire, with a Brandy, and a cigar at about 9pm?

Yea...that's right at about the time you woke up on Pentecost Sunday the Hickson/Dollinger Pentecost phone call article was already posted on One Peter Five with about 100 comments.

I'm curious how a 1000 word article got posted before most everyone attended Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday? How is that possible?

My first reaction when I first read the article is how in the world did this get published so fast on Pentecost Sunday?

Listen, If you are goning to post a 1000 word piece I would think that you would spend a few hours without any distractions.

So lets look at the time line


Pentecost Sunday Latin Mass 9:00 Eastern Time Washington DC assuming Steve of 1P5 attended Mass on Pentecost Sunday, I would think that the father of several kids, would not be able to post the article, until about noon, eastern time, if that. Mass is over and the family goes out to lunch and probably doesn't get home until maybe 1PM or 2PM, again Eastern time.

Mr. Steve Skojec checks his email when he gets home - just like the rest of you, probably at about 1PM or 2PM.

Seeing the email from Dr. Hickson and making the decision to publish it came around 2:15PM or so.

Which means that the 1000 word Pentecost phone call article wasn't posted until about 3PM Eastern.

Or Dr. Hickson did everything herself and told Steve later.

Maybe that's how it went down.

I have no idea where Hickson/Dollinger live - I assume Germany. That's a six hour time difference. So lets say that Dr. Hickson being the convert that she is, prepared herself well the night before for Pentecost Sunday & lets assume that she with her family attended Latin Mass on  Pentecost Sunday during normal hours - 9 AM Germany time ( 3AM Eastern Time).

Mass was over & the Hickson family went out to eat and returned home at about noon or so. (6AM Eastern Time)

Dr. Hickson decided to call Fr Dollinger and wish him happy Feast day, the call lasted about a half hour and after the call Dr. Hickson immediately wrote the 1000 page article. Let's say the Doctor types about 40 words per minute, and with a 1000 words, the article took about a half hour to type, maybe an hour.

That would mean that the finished piece was done about 2PM Germany Time or about 8AM Eastern Time. Now, is it reasonable to assume that Dr. Hickson immediately texted a married Father of seven in the wee hours of the morning, before Mass?

I'm sorry - but no strange woman is going to disrupt my sleep on a Sunday with a text. But maybe its different in the Skojac household.

Either way the article had to be posted before most Americans attending Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday.

And why the urgency? Really? why could it not wait another day - its not like the info was in urgent need of an audience - after all according to Steve what Fr. Dollinger uttered on the phone to Hickson was old news:
The first published account of Fr. Dollinger’s testimony (of which we are aware) appeared in an interview with Fr. Paul Kramer in Fatima Crusader in May of 2009. It has since been referenced in various Catholic publications and venues. Anecdotally, one of our commenters on the Fr. Dollinger story recalled that as a Brazilian, he had heard this same story from a priest who was a student of Fr. Dollinger in 2003 or 2004. (Fr. Dollinger was the rector of the Institutum Sapientiae in Brazil, where he taught moral theology.) The only thing new about our report is the direct confirmation made by Fr. Dollinger (in German, his native language) to Dr. Hickson, which she sought in an attempt to gain clarity on the matter.
So, if what Fr. Dollinger told Dr. Hickson was already common knowledge, then WHY THE RUSH to publish it a few hours after a phone call?

Who's lying?

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI?

or the Hickson/Dollinger/Skojac alliance?


  1. Actually, it seems like there is only one comment posted on Pentecost Sunday at 5:10pm. The following comments are on Monday, May 16th or later.


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