I posted this before. Today is a day when it should be repeated with some more information. It is the feast day of Our Lady of Fatima. The Church maintains that false prophets have made this Vision and her messages are apocalyptic. This is not so as Mary does not know when the Apocalypse will take place but a mother will always warn her children of danger. The danger is very Old Testament in her warnings God is angry and needs to be appeased for the dreadful sacrifices and blasphemies offered in the Name of Christ. They are I submit false memories of the Purity of the Eucharist and completely lack charity. The Archangel Michael also told the children to make everything a sacrifice and offer it to God as an act of reparation for the sins by which He is offended, and in supplication for the conversion of sinners. Is, is the operative word and how many in the Church today pray for the conversion of sinners. If Mary of Fatima is apprehensive, if Archangel Michael demonstrates his disgust at the sacrileges dumped on the Holy Sacrifice on the Altar then you must all ask yourself what did God do to the Hebrews over the imperfect sacrifices they offered with disfigured beasts? Now what will he do to us for ours, especially as He sent His Son to be the perfect sacrifice? Do you dare to think of the dreadful changes He will make to our lives if we do not change them????
First can anyone say with authority a perfect consecration of
I do not want to get into theology. I feel we can easily understand and its effectiveness of the Consecration by applying the Dogma of Merits to the Blessing of Russia. Catholics know that our Charitable works earn us merits according to one’s interior disposition. May I say symbolically the Book of Life records all our merits? Once earned, they cannot be erased and let us all hope these merits of ours easily outweigh all our sins, when compared in God’s Scales of Justice at our judgment. We cannot know how many merits equal perfection or even if there is such an equation in God’s eyes. We do know that they can take us a long way towards perfection. We also know that because of human frailties we do nothing completely, right or otherwise. Also always, remember as I have witnessed that Miracles cannot happen if there is strong unbelief. It is a scriptural fact, Jesus could not work miracles in
In the book by William Walsh, he quotes Lucia from a personal conversation. What Lucia said was this “What Our Lady wants is that the Pope and all the Bishops of the World shall consecrate
First, All the Bishops of the World will not consecrate
I would think that if the present Pope sent a letter to all the other hierarchs that on a certain day and time would they together with him and the latin bishops bless Mother Russia; the consecration would be complete and perfect. I look forward to that time. I truly believe that Mary's primary call at Fatima is for the unity of the Apostolic Church. Can any one say Mary would not want her sons to be together since Her Son's warning a house divided will fall, is not something she relishes? <