All Conversations in My Heart
Friday, January 25, 2013
 
I claim, I maintain, as I have in the past all of these conversations you read about on this blog must be checked with your Parish Priest. These interior conversations all seem to come in the form of completed episodes that end when I have finally got their message. They do not end until they become “solidified” in my thought. In their way, they are an irritant that occupies my thoughts until I truly comprehend their meaning. Some so far have been a” something to come, that, will and does happen later. Some last only a day or two, others like one about which will tell you last for a period of time. Governed I guess by my inability to comprehend immediately what is indicated, happening or better still what is meant. At first when I contemplate what I know, my humanity and its errors comes into play, then back to prayer I must return. So often I misunderstand. I now consider many teachings, commentaries on and instructions about any recent Marian Revelations are scrambled because of the mind set of those who commonly interpret them. Interpreted according to the need of those egos who set themselves up to be the arbiter of all things mystical or supernatural. These experts on Christ or His Mother act as though they have an intimacy with God, that does not exist. Yet it is as Jesus said, “They do not know what is happening to the Carpenter next door”. Pride so often causes errors. My thoughts run to say this cannot be the meaning but on the whole what God wants is always or mostly not what we want. It is not to scandalize you all but generally any revelation of any kind whether it is a re-iteration of Church Dogma, or a correction of whatever heaven considers an error is definitely not what the Hierarchy wants in today's Church.
Let me ask a question why would Blessed Mary have to obey Bishops? One: Mary is their Mother and Two: by Hebrew law which was not changed the elder brother of the community is head of the community. In the new law this is the Pope. Appointed as Scriptures says, “It was not Flesh and Blood that told you but My Father in heaven”. Just as Isaac appointed Jacob and not Esau, Christ the first born made Peter the elder brother, the first among all. When I had my first misgivings when dealing or lack thereof with the local ordinary, I went before the Blessed Sacrament and said some prayers then asked in the All Powerful Name of Jesus, “Which Bishops and priests am I to trust?” Blessed Mary answered at the same time claiming to be the Mother of the Word made Flesh, “You will know soon enough”. The claim in her answer when Mary said, “I am the Mother of the Word made Flesh by the way is from the letters of John and is the theology of, “Lex Negativa”. Ask your parish priest about this Lex. He probably will not be able to tell you. Let me tell you of the events that followed and still continue today. Suffice to say, those of you in this Diocese of Vancouver, or outside might want to inquire of his grace Archbishop Miller about my letter of 2011 when I asked for an exorcism, itemizing the Papal Instructions on the treatments the local ordinaries are to use in the cases of revelations that occur in their jurisdictions. The instructions say, “Right up to an including exorcism”. I also gave the reasons why I might be off base. Nevertheless these conversations are still ongoing.
Continuing on with my story, the first time I noticed that I was different than others in the practice of my Catholic faith was when I was taken to see a mystic a Mrs Lorna Keras. What I have never said before is this whatever Lorna was told I heard at the same time. Many others present did not. I believed in her but certainly not in her cretinous followers, who at the last count had certainly not improved their intellects in the Catholic Way of sanctified grace and all that is encompassed in its indwelling. They have certainly caused Lorna to have to mend many bridges. They also caused her not to fulfill what God had intended for her, Lorna, to be. Lorna to my knowledge at that time did not have a spiritual guide. The Church has always demanded that a spiritual guide in these cases must be appointed by the Local Bishop, when consulted by the parish Priest who in humility knew of his lack of competence in these matters. Until that time we have as Catholics a parish priest and he is out spiritual confessor. Since the renewal of enthusiasm in the Church, another mass hysterical fruit of the Spirit of Vatican 2, it seems so many have decided they must be spiritually guided. It is a type of demand which makes an unstated opinion the Church and her priests are not worthy enough to teach us and our pride demands personal guides that we ourselves select. How awful that silly bishops hop on their band wagon. At the time Lorna and I were torn apart, to the best of my knowledge Lorna did not a have a spiritual confessor., Lorna unfortunately had all and sundry as advisers who DID HER ABSOLUTELY NO GOOD NOR FOR THAT MATTER NEITHER DID THEY HELP GOD'S WILL, TO BE ACCOMPLISHED.
It was, for me, very reminiscent of Medjugorie where every half baked idiot decided to get in on the act and arrived to to help. Medjugorie is a dreadful example of the poverty found in the pastoral care we can observe in the Church today. Blessed Mary on occasion has said, “We want our Church back to where My Son left it”. Now a warning before I go on, if I am to be prophet and it would seem so by the prayers I have been taught especially since it seems if I say a certain particular one, the one whom it is for knows their immediate status before God and where if judged right then where their destiny is. Of course ad hominem denials will abound over my state of grace etc. They will come from those who definitely should not judge. I will be surprised if I am ever allowed to say this prayer over the Hierarchs. They certainly do not like the Holy Ghost, the divine Eternal Spirit of God's Love and Mercy to be present in their diocese. They do not need the Paraclete comforter to help them.
A priest asked me to pray for more vocations. Jesus said, “I will send more priests when the present ones are busy and exhausted”. He means, meant and will always mean when there are too many using the Sacraments, especially the Sacrament of Confession, Atonement and Reparation, to be serviced. Certainly in the west we do not need them no one, very few, uses the Sacrament and certainly because of this there is little need for the Eucharist. Blessed Mary says, “It is disgusting, the state in which people present their souls to receive My Son. So many not worthy, so many do not receive Him”.
How many Bishops will accept this challenge, instead of badgering Priests to sell our religion to their Parishioners to build up the collections; why not have them, the parish priest send in the figures per week of how many go to confession and how many present themselves for communion. Would they dare? Would they also, should they also, demand on the same letter, the number of parishioners in the parish and how many attended mass?.
Blessed Mary asks, “How many are really present at mass in body, soul and spirit or are they just waiting, to rush away to shop or watch the gladiators?” This blessed lady means sports on TV?”
To the priests, I ask, “When you stand at your pulpit and you look out at your sheep how many young married couples have any children or even only one. Does it not occur to you to give a homily on Humanae Vitae?” Of course it does, that prompting you get is not wickedness but the True Spirit. I can tell you why not. It is because the liberals will bite you. I remember standing beside a parish priest who has gone up north. Do you remember your grace when you told us about the form of elder abuse that existed? Do remember how you told of how in hospitals they were withholding water from the old ones, upping their morphine dose? Do you remember how you mentioned Holland? What I remember is, how the dutch woman after mass could not wait to tell you how wrong you were.
Once again take this to your bishop or parish priest e mail to whatever authorities you wish and ask for an opinion.

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