All Conversations in My Heart
Monday, February 04, 2013
  Feb 2nd 2013
Those of you who read my blogs will remember my claim that every day on my birthday I get a reasonable idea what the next year of my life will be like. Last year 2012, I heard on the evening of my birthday, at the time when I was actually born, “Bitter is the bread upon which you will sup”. This year I was told, “Sweet will be the bread upon which you will feast”. I wonder to whom will it taste sweet and in whose view will it be sweet? What, to whom, or where will the sweetness be? There are always supplementary questions which I have to answer, usually a yes or a no. This year one was, “Will you stand before My Son and receive the brickbats, sticks, stones and the dirt thrown at Him?” What I ask would you answer? Soon after a moment or two of prayer I start to get a good idea of what is meant.
Going back to our Church problems, some of you will remember what I wrote about attending prayer groups when I get told to go, permission or more often sent. I think in the past I have made it quite clear of the jaundiced eye with which Blessed Mary looks upon these people's way of prayer. I truly think, know might be better, the Blessed Woman does not consider the sounds they spray over the landscape comes from an intellectual soul spiritually graced. On the first occasion I asked if I should join them, Blessed Mary told me through another, “Just look at these folks Michael, not in the state of the grace that sanctifies, they lay hands on people and pray and like psychics they conjure up spirits. If you go there will be a gift for you”. The second time I understood to whom the two who used tongues, were praying. It took me some time to work out who it was they were praying to. I was to saraph, the serpent in Genesis, whose annoying bite burnt the Hebrews in the desert. The Hebrews continued to pray to this dreadful idol until Ezechias smashed it to pieces. Hosea 1. Perhaps in one way the Church is in another dessert. As these women continued with their hissing in the image to whom they prayed, I then heard, “They wish to fornicate with the serpent”. Of course I told them and they did not want to hear. I did see that some of the group fell away and did not attend anymore. I was reminded of the Toronto Blessing where grown women, who laying down upon the floor, slithered around like snakes.
Jesus has often made me conscious of His presence on the altar at Mass in various ways. I have never seen Blessed Mary upon the altar. If anyone tells you different then there is a problem. Let me write this. When altar girls became the vogue, the local ordinary wrote to each parish that stated the parish was to vote upon whether they wanted girls. He instructed, once the vote was taken, that was it and it was never to be voted on again. We voted 70% not to have girls on the altar. The priest said he was going to exercise his prerogative as Pastor of souls and he would have girls on the altar. I have never experienced to that time such a feeling of desolation in my heart before. Around the same time, Blessed Mary had said, “My Son and I want the Church back to the way we left it.
Now here as William Shakespeare would say, “Here's the rub” there will be so many who will not want to believe me and will attack the messenger. For those who want to be scriptural you may ask, “Is not this one, the printer's son?” When Jesus, our Lord left us to the comfort of the Paraclete as He promised. When He celebrated the first Eucharistic Ceremony in a space separated from his followers He first baptized His new male priesthood so all sins would be forgiven. There were no women present. When God gave the form of the building where He wanted to live amongst us. His ark was separated from the people by a veil behind which only a priest could pass. This priest by God's decree was a man. That is the spot in time by which we should live. God was now and ever shall be. Have we forgotten. The Hierarchy has without a doubt. The poor priest at his judgement day will hear, “When did I change what I wanted you to build and to offer? The poor woman who believes in her opinion God wanted her to be a priest will hear, “When did I change My mind?” Another warning for the Bishops in their dreadful denial, Blessed Mary has said, “We would appear in every home if we thought it would be to our advantage”. Of course that would not suit one Bishop today.
Once again forward this to your parish priest ask if is worthy of belief? “If not why not?” must be your next question and then ask “What would the Bishop think, Father?”

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