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Friday, December 27, 2013
  Third Warning and Egos
In a former blog, I wrote about a prayer which Blessed Mary, my love, instructed me to say over many. For a while it did worry me in both its content and how it would be received. One priest did warn me many would truly hate me and do all they could to prevent such a prayer being used. The phrase the third warning cannot be allowed to be abused, dismissed and misinterpreted as is the phrase 'the third secret' by so many very foolish priests and laity. Especially when it is used, if that is the right word as a conspiracy theory (theology) to prove how great I am by certain very foolish individuals in the Church today. Many of whom do not have the first hand knowledge of God. I mean it was not revealed to them in any way but buoyed up by their own importance, they shout the odds over the Words of Mary. God help them, I pray. I would urge all of you to be very careful. The misinterpretations by self acclaimed experts remind me very much of the words, “What would Jesus do?”. Words used by the most foolish of men to polish their egos. My fear in saying what I hear, translated for my own pleasures of my ego does frighten me dreadfully; as I have no wish whatsoever of loosing the eternal friendship and sight of Jesus. I fear His saying, “I do not know you”. For the safety of your soul and to regain the humility you may have lost, understand this, think it over and then say, “What did Jesus do?”
The use of the word warning is very significant. It is very New Testament and as a Revelation in scriptures it can be explained thus, Jesus Christ was the first warning and this you can find by thinking over why did Jesus come besides perhaps fulfilling the Old Law and not to destroy it. God laid down for His chosen people laws that he wanted followed and we tend to miss out what He really was and what He fulfilled. He was the offering of the first fruits of His Father's harvest. God always demanded to be appeased by the sacrifice of the first son of any tribe or peoples. He demanded in no uncertain manner, this offering as a blood sacrifice of great purity in form and spiritual substance on the part of the offerer. In many cases it was the Father Himself who made the offering. Jesus was to my mind and probably some of you too if your pride in your abilities do not overwhelm your humility? I give you the second warning found in the Flowers of St. Francis

A noble baron named Landulf, of Massa di Santo Piero in the mountains near Gubbio, who was very devoted to St. Francis and finally received from his hands the habit of the Third Order, was given this assurance of St. Francis' death and his glorious Stigmata.
At the time when St. Francis' death was approaching, the devil entered into a woman of that village and entered into this women and tormented her. Moreover, he made her speak so intelligently in Latin that she defeated all the learned and educated men who came to debate with her. Now it happened that the devil went away from her and left her free for two days. And the third day he came back and afflicted her more cruelly than before. day he came back and afflicted her more cruelly than before. When the Baron Landulf heard about it, he went to this woman and asked the devil who was dwelling in her why he had left her for two days and on returning was tormenting her more severely than before.
The devil answered: "When I left her, it was because I met with all my companions who are in this region and we went in great strength to the death of that beggar Francis to dispute with him and take his soul. But as it was surrounded and defended by a throng of angels in greater numbers than we were, and it was carried to Heaven by them, we left, embarrassed by our defeat. So now I am giving back to this miserable woman what I neglected in those two days."
Then the Baron Landulf commanded him in God's name to tell the truth about the sanctity of St. Francis who, he said, was dead, and of St. Clare, who was alive. The devil replied:
"I will tell you the truth about it, whether I want to or not. God the Father was so angry over the sins of the world that it seemed He would soon utter the final sentence against men and women to exterminate them from the world if they did not change for the better. But Christ, His Son, prayed for sinners and promised to renew His life and His Passion in one man the poor little beggar Francis, through whose life and teaching He would lead many throughout the world to the path of truth and penance. And now, to show the world that He had done this in St. Francis, He wished that the Stigmata of His Passion, which He had imprinted on his body during his life, should at his death be seen and touched by many persons. Similarly, the Mother of Christ promised to renew her virginal purity and humility in a woman, Sister Clare, in such a way that through her example she would snatch many thousands of women from our hands. And so as a result of these promises God the Father was appeased and postponed His final sentence."
Then the Baron Landulf, wishing to know for sure whether the devil who is the father of lies-was telling the truth in this matter, and especially regarding the death of St. Francis, sent one
of his faithful squires to St. Mary of the Angels in Assisi to find out whether St. Francis was alive or dead. That squire on arriving there found out, and on returning reported to his master, that St. Francis had passed from this life precisely at the hour and on the day which the devil said
Omitting all the miracles of the Stigmata of St. Francis which may be read in his Legend, in concluding this Fifth Consideration it should be known that to Pope Gregory IX (as he later declared), when he was having some doubts about the wound in the side, St. Francis appeared one night, and raising his right arm a little, he uncovered the wound in his side. And he asked him for a vase, and he had one brought to him. And St. Francis had him place it under the wound in the side, and it seemed to the Pope that it really became filled to the brim with blood mixed with water which flowed from that wound. From that moment all doubt left him. And later, in agreement with all the Cardinals, he expressed his formal approval of the Stigmata of St. Francis, and gave the friars a special certificate with a hanging seal. And he did this at Viterbo in the eleventh year of his pontificate. And afterward in the twelfth year he gave another more comprehensive one.
Also Pope Nicholas III and Pope Alexander gave many privileges, whereby anyone who denied the Stigmata of St. Francis could be prosecuted as a heretic.7
And this suffices for the Fifth and last Consideration of the glorious Stigmata of our Father St. Francis. May God give us the grace to follow his life in this world in such a way that by virtue of his glorious Stigmata we may merit to be saved with him in Paradise!
To the glory of the Blessed Christ and His little poor Francis.
Amen”.

By the way for you to think over St Thomas Aquinas seems to have been a relative of this Baron.


Now I urge you again do not take my word form what you have read, but take this, email this or in some other way take it to your confessor, and if you cannot or do not use the Sacrament of Penance send it on to your local ordinary or some one you trust IMPLICITLY for the good of your soul. I have a real chump talk about the time of enlightenment, so full of his own glory, he claims Jesus is going to reveal all at once at the same time to all enlightenment. What I horrible joke and misunderstanding of how God works. Can you imagine the fight to get to confession in the Catholic Church? Asinine in thought and in actuallity.

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