“While sorrow will cause the inhabitants of
the Eternal City to take to flight, several among the Lord’s ministers, in their desire to die for the sake of the Faith, will take refuge into a temple not adjoining the sanctuary of the Vatican, but standing the closest to it, and on its right side.
Under their gaze will be left a Crucifix of middle size.
“From the five wounds of that Crucifix, five streams of blood will burst out at once. It will burst out with
such a violence that two Angels, whose form will remain unseen, will collect it in two chalices which will be seen surrounded with a rich halo.
“I also contemplate how
Saint Peter’s chains will be carried, in an invisible and miraculous way, over to Christ who will allow His Blood to gush out. That miracle will be performed in order to move the hearts of the wicked, and to release for a while the Common Father
of the faithful who will allow His Blood to gush out. That miracle will be hearts.
“Both chalices, in which the Saviour’s Blood will have been collected,
will be placed by the Angels upon the large main altar upon which the Holy Father is daily celebrating the Holy Sacrifice. Nobody will be able to ascend the steps of that altar.
one o’clock during the night, the hour of the Agony in the Garden of Olive trees – the sun clearly points out that hour to me – the Father of the faithful, barefoot and accompanied by Apostles who love Him and are loved by Him, will ascend,
by reason of a privilege, the altar where the two chalices are to be found.
“He will be unable to ascend those steps without shedding a torrent of tears and without being
seized with reverence. That altar will be his own, as it was Pope Pius IX’s altar… He will see written in the blood within the left chalice: “Courage, most august Pontiff, the blood of Frenchmen, who are also your children, is coming to
be offered even until death for your defence.
“I see the Pontiff drinking one drop out of the Blood of the other chalice in which nothing is written. That Blood will
shape him in the likeness of his Saviour dying on the Cross.”
(May 4, 1880)
pp. 220-221, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflections on this Prophecy:
“Now, here is what I see in the sun:”
When Marie-Julie looks
into her sun, she is looking into a ball of light that appears to her, into which she is shown future events. God and His Saints speak to her through this light.
prophecy is telling of the suffering that we Roman Catholics face today:
We cannot get true Holy Sacraments from truly ordained Roman Catholic Priests, because they are not
to be found anywhere.
The True Priests left long ago:
“… sorrow will
cause the inhabitants of the Eternal City to take to flight, several among the Lord’s ministers, in their desire to die for the sake of the Faith”.
have to want nothing else, nothing more, than the Truth, if we hope to survive with our Faith intact, for the enemy’s attack removes our Head, the Vicar of Christ, the Papacy:
“Saint Peter’s chains will be carried, in an invisible and miraculous way, over to Christ who will allow His Blood to gush out.”
October 26, 1958, after He was elected and took His papal name, Pope Gregory XVII was forced to step aside.
Pope Gregory XVII saw that this is the time of the burying of the
Church through a takeover. It is made clear to Him when Roncalli tells him: “You be the Shepherd of souls, and I will be the shepherd of the world.”
masonic takeover serves “to release for a while the Common Father of the faithful who will allow His Blood to gush out.”
But there is “the
miracle of the hearts” which is God’s Grace and Mercy giving mankind the gift of repentant obedience so that there can be Salvation.
For we Faithful, the
fruits of this takeover are our repentant obedience to the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, as we walk away from the masonic novus ordo.
We must go into exile with the
Holy Father and His True Priests.
Our repentance and our obedience to the Exiled Roman Catholic Faith is to be the harvest which Jesus Christ saw in the Garden of Gethsemane
which made Him rise with joy, ready to offer Himself for us:
“At one o’clock during the night, the hour of the Agony in the Garden of Olive trees”.
Christ, as true Man, fulfills His obedience to God the Father, and begins His Passion.
We have His example to pick up our crosses and suffer also, in communion with Him.
God the Father receives our offerings in the person of the Exiled Holy Father, because all graces come through the Papacy, down to the Faithful.
The Pope’s Holy Mass, His prayers for Holy Mother Church, are precious and supernatural in their effects.
In contrast, the
prayers of the lying antipopes are rejected by God the Father: “Nobody will be able to ascend the steps of that altar”.
The Exiled Pope, Gregory XVII, does ascend that holy Papal altar:
“… the Father of the faithful, barefoot and
accompanied by Apostles who love Him and are loved by Him, will ascend, by reason of a privilege, the altar where the two chalices are to be found.”
chalices of sufferings are to be offered to God the Father by the Vicar of Christ, who does embrace His Cross, for the love of souls.
The two chalices may represent the Exiled
Papacies of Gregory XVII and Gregory XVIII: the first Pope goes into the Exile, while the Successor Pope is rescued from the Exile.
The chalice on the left has words which
only the True Pope can read:
“Courage, most august Pontiff, the blood of Frenchmen, who are also your children, is coming to be offered even until death for your defence.”
Pope Gregory XVII is given supernatural strength to undergo His Exile by drinking of the chalice on the right of His altar:
“I see the Pontiff drinking one drop out of the Blood of the other chalice on which nothing is written. That Blood will shape him in the likeness of his Saviour dying on the Cross.”
“The chalice on which nothing is written” can refer to the silence which surrounds the Papal Exile.
True Vicar of Christ is unknown, just as Christ died unrecognized as being God the Son, the Second Person of the Holy Trinity.
And people still reject the Apostolic Succession
of Pope Gregory XVII, of whom the Monk of Padua prophesied:
“Hail, Pope Gregory XVII,… necessary Shepherd.”
Just as Christ resurrected from the dead, the true Papacy will be brought out of Exile, and put on the Chair of Saint Peter, to be a light to the world once again.
Recall the writing of the first chalice: the French Monarch and True French Faithful will fight to gain the Papal Restoration. So, pray for them daily.
"We declare, say, define and proclaim to every human creature that they by necessity for salvation are entirely subject to the Roman Pontiff ." - Decree
of Pope Boniface VIII, Unam Sanctam, Nov. 18, 1302, ex cathedra.