A woman, one of three, with whom I used to pray daily spoke to me and said Mary tells me to ask you about Judas. The tone of reference in her voice frightened me interiorly. I thought immediately that I was a betrayer of all the wonderful gifts that I had been given. So I explained to her and to this day I often wonder if she understood.
This is a longer version of what I said. Judas was a jealous man, who wanted at first for Christ to show His Kingship and a tremendous worldly power for the help of the temple dwellers. He expected to be the liason between the temple and Christ. He wanted that Jesus would make the Temple all powerful and rich and he would share in the wealth. When Jesus would not do this he was so angry he deliberately and willfully betrayed Him.
I also prayed and asked if Jesus and Mary considered me to be today's Judas, and I was answered.
I prayed for the woman and after a while I felt that I needed to pray no more for her. "You have no need to pray for these again. I also prayed for several others at the same time,(there is an example in scriptures of this instruction) But like the example I still pray for her and others.
What was I told as well simply the message was "Leave them they are in the hands of God now"