Pruning of the Ranks of the Holy Roman Catholic Church"
A Letter to the Principals of
Episcopal Commissions, 1996
Heavenly Requests Made by The Mother
Heavenly Requests Made By:
(I) The Mother of God, the Virgin Mary, starting with Her
visit to Catherine Labouré at Rue de Bac, Paris, in 1830, up to and
including the contemporary ones; and
(II) Jesus Christ Himself. Most specifically, the
requests delivered through Blessed Sister Maria Faustina (1931-1938) of
the Divine Mercy. (1)
Highlights of Specific Requests
(a) An immediate return to the
Sacraments and to live a life in accordance with the Gospel. (Balanced
and without fanaticism.)
(b) First Saturday Acts of
Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary;
(c) Adoration and Reparation
to the Eucharistic Presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ;
(d) Implementation of the
Feast of Mercy and the devotion to the Mercy of God.
Details on the Requested Feast of Mercy
"...I desire that the Feast of
Mercy be a refuge and shelter for all souls, and especially for poor
sinners... It is My desire that it be solemnly celebrated on the first
Sunday after Easter. Mankind will not have peace until it turns to the
Fount of My Mercy." Ntbk.II:699 (1)
"My image already is in your
soul. I desire that there be a Feast of Mercy. I want this image (2)... be solemnly blessed on the first
Sunday after Easter; that Sunday is to be the Feast of Mercy."
"And who knows anything about
this feast? No one! Even those who should be proclaiming My mercy and
teaching people about it often do not know about it themselves. That is
why I want the image... to be venerated publicly so that every soul may
know about it." Ntbk.I:341
"I desire that priests proclaim
this great mercy of Mine toward souls of sinners... Distrust of my
chosen souls causes Me even greater pain: despite My inexhaustible love
for them they do not trust Me. Even My death was not enough for them.
Woe to the soul that abuses these [gifts]." Ntbk.I:50
"I desire that this image be displayed in public on the first
Sunday after Easter. That Sunday is the Feast of Mercy." Ntbk.I:88
Details on the Second Coming
(Our Lady Speaking to Sister Faustina) "...I gave the Savior to the world; as for
you, you have to speak y\to the world about His great mercy and prepare
the world for the Second Coming of Him who will come, not as a merciful
Saviour, but as a just Judge. Oh, how terrible is that day!... Speak to
souls about this great mercy while it is still the time for [granting]
mercy. If you keep silent now, you will be answering for a great number
of souls on that terrible day. Fear nothing. Be faithful to the end..."
"...I am giving them the last
hope of salvation; that is, the Feast of My Mercy. ...tell souls about
this great mercy of Mine, because the awful day, the day of My justice,
is near." Ntbk.II:965
"...let all mankind recognize
My unfathomable mercy. It is a sign for the end times; after it will
come the day of justice. While there is still time, let them have
recourse to the fount of My mercy;..." Ntbk.II:848
"...before I come as the just
Judge, I am coming first as the King of Mercy. Before the day of
justice arrives, there will be given to people a sign in the heavens of
this sort: ...the sign of the cross will be seen in the sky, and from
the openings where the hands and the feet of the Savior were nailed
will come forth great lights..." Ntbk.I:83.
Source: "Divine Mercy In My Soul", Diary,
Sister M. Faustina Kowalska, Marian Press, Stockbridge, MA 01263, 1987.
Second Edition. 6th Printing: 1990. ISBN 0-944203-04-3.
Ntbk.II:69 means that such statement was recorded in Notebook II of
Sister Faustina's Diary and constitutes paragraph 69 in reference to
the entire diary. The "Notebook" makes reference to the particular
notebook of Sister Faustina's entire diary.
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