Feb. 26, 2022

TO SUFFER...

I read:

“Through all the accounted end of your days and weeks, you will walk across the desert… You will have no more happiness: at times a despair will chain you down or will drag you away into an impetuous torrent…

--I do not know what it is: impetuous.

“You will spend your weeks amidst the most deadly anxieties. In the sun you will see only sacrileges, sorrows approaching.

The Dove goes on:

Death outside Brittany.

“You will see the sinister hour striking. You will say:

“Let me die in order not to see that fatal hour opening up. But you are going to see it in that Eternal Sun. You will see the earth soaked with blood from all kinds of veins: from veins of priests and of virgins, from those of sinners and criminals… And also the blood of the little Innocents, which will ascend, in a supplication, towards the God of Peace to claim victory.

“You will be suffering in the midst of that, bodily pains which will be like martyrdoms to you, unceasing tortures. You will be deprived of every human consolation.”

--I do nothing else but saying: I do accept.

“You will hear no word any more, you will see no friend any more… except in a mirror.

“You will take a retreat of unceasing tears, tears which are to be your preachers. Sufferings, contempts, sorrows, bitterness, agonies, deadly anxieties… Heaven will be your reward, forever!”

(Fr. Cailleton:  28 October 1880)

[Source: pp. 256-257, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].

Reflection on this Prophecy:

Dear readers, the full title of this prophecy is: To Suffer in View of the Earth Soaked with Blood.

As we enter into the beginning of yet further sufferings on a worldwide scale, we need to follow Marie-Julie Jahenny’s example, and suffer prayerfully.

As a victim soul, Marie-Julie suffered a variety of excruciating pains.

Physically, she was bedridden for years, at times racked with pains, unable to move, unable to hear or speak (except during her ecstasies), unable to eat.

Spiritually, she was bullied by the devil, who tormented her with his influence over those who were denying her the Blessed Sacrament during the investigation of her visions and prophecies. The devil would torment her with temptations to doubt the priests, and with temptations that she would be damned for all eternity.

Emotionally, she had to steel herself against the doubts of others, against the reality of those who later proved to be traitors to the Faith. She had to endure the pain of outliving her entire family and having to depend on the kindness of those few loyal friends.

This week’s prophecy seems so similar to what our own sufferings are today!

Consider the following sufferings endured by Marie-Julie:

“Through all the accounted end of your days and weeks, you will walk across the desert…”

Yes, we too are without the Holy Sacraments. We are walking in that desert that Marie-Julie walked, and we must be prepared to die in this situation if it is God’s Holy Will.

“You will have no more happiness: at times a despair will chain you down or will drag you away into an impetuous torrent…”

Today’s realities are bloody and dark. Evil is like a wind enveloping everyone and we have to fight this by thinking often of Heaven. Holy pictures, statues, and the presence of blessed objects help us for this spiritual combat.

The greatest weapon remains the daily Holy Rosary, and we can expect to have difficulties in becoming interiorly calm enough to meditate upon the Holy Rosary every day. But no matter, because even just saying the words of the prayers is enough! (So do not let the demons tell you otherwise. Words matter. Words torment the demons).

“You will spend your weeks amidst the most deadly anxieties.”

Yes, anxieties afflict all of us in the degree to which we are attached to fellow human beings and creatures.

These anxieties are killers, though, attacking our physical, mental, and emotional health.

We need to turn to the Blessed Virgin Mary, our most excellent Mother, and ask her to relieve our anxieties.

“In the sun you will see only sacrileges, sorrows approaching.”

These times are very hard to take. Marie-Julie saw all of our current-day realities in the sun that appeared to her, into which she could look and see future events. She was asked to suffer on our behalf, and she agreed, out of love!

So we can look upon these sacrileges and sorrows with Marie-Julie! We have the Communion of Saints to allow us to ask her to intercede with God for our endurance, for our courage to suffer a true martyrdom, as she did, so that we may gain Heaven.

We can also contemplate our Crucified Lord Jesus Christ, and unite our griefs to His, so that we walk our sorrowful path along His Via Dolorosa, and gain Heaven at long last!

You see, the question is: Where are you seeking your refuge?

Are you seeking your refuge in the words of journalists, world leaders, and other people?

If so, you will be constantly in the search of a refuge!

Our true refuge must be the Holy Cross, and our Crucified Lord.

And yes, there is to be much suffering, much to offer up in reparation for our sins and the sins of mankind:

Some will truly say: “Let me die in order not to see that fatal hour opening up.” These souls are too focused living without their earthly attachments.

But Christ is our strength! In Him we can endure all sufferings--believe it!

Since the takeover of the Papacy on October 26, 1958, there has been much carnage that we have already witnessed:

“You will see the earth soaked with blood from all kinds of veins: from veins of priests and of virgins, from those of sinners and criminals…”

 And with the Papacy and true Priesthood out of the way, we saw the end of the foregiveness of sins in the Sacrament of Penance, and thus, people dying in their sins and going to Hell.

“And also the blood of the little Innocents”

This was the new blood being shed by sexual promiscuity and the legalized murder of the innocent babies: Roe vs Wade.

The souls of these murdered Innocents “will ascend, in a supplication, towards the God of Peace to claim victory.”

Yes, the victory is Christ’s!

But in this earthly life, our job is to suffer in holy reparation.

If we are to face a worldwide technological blackout accompanied by a lockdown, those of us who live alone will find life very difficult, like Marie-Julie Jahenny:

“You will hear no word any more, you will see no friend any more… except in a mirror.”

Set up a daily schedule: get ready for holy reading, set aside time for praying, for doing crafts, for chores, for taking care of daily necessities:

Without electricity, we will have no water service, no sewer service, no heat, no stores open, no mail arriving.

Please, please, prepare three alternate ways to get water, to boil water and cook food, to deal with toileting, and to stay warm (look at the Rule of 3 in the links below).

We must do a little preparing, each day.

And finally, let us not be afraid of tears: 

 “You will take a retreat of unceasing tears, tears which are to be your preachers. Sufferings, contempts, sorrows, bitterness, agonies, deadly anxieties… Heaven will be your reward, forever!”

 May we see each other in Heaven!

Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I love you! Save souls, save many, many souls!

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